Gender ARC Colloquium: The Multiracial Family and Ireland’s Mixed ‘Race’ Future

Date: 19th October 2017 to 19th October 2017
Time:

09:30

to

13:00

Duration:

Half day workshop

Location:

MC2003, Millstream Building

Gender ARC Colloquium:
The Multiracial Family and Ireland’s Mixed ‘Race’ Future

This is a workshop format that is intended to stimulate discussion and debate amongst those for whom ‘race’ is a research theme.

All are welcome – please contact Margaret.oneill@ul.ie to reserve your place.

9.30 to 9.40: Opening Remarks by Dr Breda Gray, UL

9.40 to 10.10: Dr Rebecca Chiyoko King-O’Riain, Maynooth University
'How the Irish became more than white: Mixed-race Irishness in historical and contemporary contexts'

10.10 to 10.30: Questions and Group Discussion

10.30 to 11.00: Coffee Break

11.00 to 11.30: Dr Chamion Caballero, London School of Economics/The Mix-d Museum 'Mixed race projects’ in Britain, 1900-2017: Exploring assumptions and lived realities of mixed race people, couples and families'

11.30 to 11.50: Questions and Further Discussion

11.50 to 12.20: Professor Ann Phoenix, University College London
'Transforming ‘non-normative’ experience: Living ‘mixedness’ in everyday family practices'

12.20 to 12.40: Questions and Further Discussion

12.40 to 12.45: Closing Remarks, Patti O’Malley, PhD Candidate, Department of Sociology, UL