Hosted by Dr Emma Carmel, Senior Lecturer, Department of Social & Policy Sciences at University of Bath. The tour will focus on authority and belonging. In this tour we will think about who has authority to determine what belonging is, and who belongs on what conditions, as well as who has authority to speak about or to own the places and cultures we inhabit.
The free walking tour starts promptly at 1pm, will last a maximum of 20 minutes and is open for questions and comments afterwards.
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About the host
Dr Emma Carmel’s work is inter-disciplinary, crossing between sociology, politics and political economy. She is interested in how societies are collectively governed and how idea of ‘the state’ changes across time and in different places. After many years researching EU migration and political economy, she is starting a new stream of work on digital statehood and algorithmic government. Her books include: Governance Analysis: Critical Enquiry at the Intersection of politics, policy and society, 2019, Edward Elgar; Boundaries of European Social Citizenship (with Amelina, Runfors, & Scheibelhofer) 2019, Routledge; Handbook of Governance and Politics of Migration, 2020, Edward Elgar (with Lenner & Paul).
Please be aware that filming and photography may take place during this event.