Roach/Haskell Lecture Series

Join us as three distinguished guest professors explore the concpet of "superdiversity" — a term used in the study of diverse people migratiing to European countries, particularly the U.K., which truly captures the complexity of backgrounds coming together with new immigrants and refugees. Their differences are refelcted not only in race and culture, but religions, languages and paradigms must all be considered in accomodating their arrival into the new milieu. 

ROATCH LECTURER
Simon Pemberton
Professor, Department of Human Geography
Keele University, United Kingdom
"Superdiversity as a new reality: Investigating access to healthcare services in superdiverse neighbourhoods in Europe"

HASKELL LECTURER
Gerardo Meil
Professor, Department of Sociology
Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain
"Perspectives on gender equality in the EU: Family policies and fathers' work"

RESPONDENT
David W. Rothwell
Associate Professor, College of Public Health
Oregon State University, United States
"Superdiversity in the U.S. context: demographics, the economy and safety net"

Department: 
School of Social Work
Contact: 
Professor Emilia Martinez-Brawley
Email: 
Phone: 
602-237-5084
Feb 28 2020 - 8:15am
Location: 
University Club of Phoenix
Price: 
Free