Conference. “Twenty Years under the Channel, and beyond? Rethinking Migrations and Borders”, 12 Oct., London

Twenty Years under the Channel, and beyond? Rethinking Migrations and Borders

Vingt années sous la Manche, et au-delà ? Repenser les migrations et les frontières 

 

Rails et histoire invites you to register and participate in (free registration) / Rails et histoire vous invite à vous inscrire et à participer au colloque :

 

Fourth International Conference

Roundtable held in Brunel University London, Uxbridge campus, Darwin Room, Hamilton Suite

Wednesday, 12 October 2016, 13:45-18:00

 

Quatrième rencontre internationale

Table ronde accueillie par l’Université Brunel de Londres, campus d’Uxbridge, Salle Darwin, Hamilton Suite 

Mercredi 12 octobre 2016 de 13 h 45 à 18 h

 

 

PROGRAMME

 

13:30/13 h 30     Registration and Welcome / Accueil des participants

13:45/13 h 45     Opening/ Ouverture

David AZÉMA, Chairman, Rails et histoire

Dr Naomi PERCIVAL, Special Collections Librarian, Channel Tunnel Archive, Brunel University

14:00/14 h Session 1A new Border under the Sea / Première séance : Une frontière construite sous la mer

Opening speech and Chair/Allocation d’ouverture et présidence :

Professor Michel FOUCHER, Titulaire de la chaire de géopolitique appliquée, Collège d’études mondiales, Fondation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme

Discussant / Rapporteur : Dr Alison CARROL, Senior Lecturer in European History, Department of Politics, History & the Brunel Law School, Brunel University London, member of the steering Committee for the roundtable

l Dr Federica INFANTINO, Chargée de recherche FNRS, Université libre de Bruxelles, Groupe de recherche sur les relations ethniques, les migrations et l’égalité (GERME), and Junior Research Fellow, Wolfson College, University of Oxford

l Dr Katja SARMIENTO-MIRWALDT, Senior Lecturer in Politics, Brunel University London

15:00/15 h           Discussion and Chair conclusion

 

15:30/15 h 30 Session 2: Migration trends across the Channel / Deuxième séance : L’évolution des migrations Transmanche

Chair/Sous la présidence de : Professor Helen DRAKE, Professor of French and European Studies, Jean Monnet Chair in European Integration, Chair of UACES, Loughborough University, Member of the Scientific Board of Advisers for the Programme Twenty years under the Channel, and beyond?

Discussant / Rapporteur : Dr Laurent BONNAUD, Programme manager, member of the steering Committee for the roundtable

l Dr Daniel GORDON, Senior Lecturer in European History, Edge Hill University

l Dr Ed NAYLOR, Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, School of Languages and Area Studies, University of Portsmouth

16:30/16 h 30     Discussion and Chair conclusion

Conclusion            Dr Alison CARROL

17:00/17 h           Wine Reception hosted by Brunel University

18:00/18 h           End of the conference / Fin de la journée

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GENERAL INFORMATION / INFORMATIONS PRATIQUES

 

Publicity / Publicité des débats :

A summary of the proceedings will be published online / Un résumé des débats sera publié sur le site de Rails et histoire.

Audio records of the roundtables will be available online – the audience discussions will not be published / L’enregistrement des tables rondes sera accessible en ligne – les débats qui les suivent ne seront pas publiés.

l Registration through our website / Inscription sur notre site Internet

Registration is free on a first come-first served basis but must be arranged in advance: / Entrée gratuite dans la limite des places disponibles, inscription obligatoire : www.ahicf.com

l Contact

Contact for the conference and for the Twenty years under the Channel, and beyond?

Programme / Secrétariat du colloque et coordination du programme Vingt années sous la Manche, et au-delà ?  : 20yearschunnel@ahicf.com

l Conference venue / Lieu du colloque

Brunel University London https://www.brunel.ac.uk/about/finding-us

Kingston Lane, Uxbridge, Middlesex, UB8 3PH, Royaume-Uni

By car/En voiture : Sat Nav users: Please enter the road address (Kingston Lane) and the postcode (UB8 3PN). You will be directed to Kingston Lane, which is close to our main entrance. From there, please follow the signs

By underground / Par le métro: Take the westbound Metropolitan Line to Uxbridge (approx. 40 mins from Baker Street station). Or take the westbound Piccadilly Line to Uxbridge (approx. 45-50 mins from Earl’s Court station). You can then take a taxi, bus or walk to campus (one mile).

By train/ Par le train : West Drayton (First Great Western Link) is the nearest mainline station, approx 1.5 miles from the campus. Services run from London Paddington (approx. 20 mins journey time) or from the West (Bristol). West Ruislip Station (Chiltern Railways) is the mainline service from London Marylebone (approx. 20 mins journey time) and the North (Aylesbury, Banbury and Birmingham) and is approx. 4 miles from the campus.

 

Vingt années sous la Manche, et au-delà ? / Twenty years under the Channel, and beyond? // Un programme de recherche et d’événements à l’occasion du 20e anniversaire de la liaison ferroviaire transmanche / A programme of research and events to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Cross-Channel Rail Link

Rails et Histoire – Association pour l’histoire des chemins de fer / Railway Historical Society – 9, rue du Château-Landon, F-75010 PARIS – Tél. / Phone: +33(0)1 5820 51 01 – Fax: +33(0)1 5820 5189 – Email: 20yearschunnel@ahicf.com

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