Thu, 24 Sep | Zoom

Exploring British Chineseness in Health-Related Experiences: Thinking Locally and Globally

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Exploring British Chineseness in Health-Related Experiences: Thinking Locally and Globally

Time & Location

24 Sep 2020, 09:00 – 10:00 BST
Zoom

About The Event

The Migration, Ethnicity and Multiculturalism (MEM) group of The Australian Sociological Association (TASA), in partnership with Institute for Culture and Society, Western Sydney University are hosting an online lecture:

Title: Exploring British Chineseness in Health-Related Experiences: Thinking Locally and Globally

Time: 24th September, 2020 Thursday 6pm (ACST) or 9am (BST)  Venue: Zooming Invite, registration via Eventbrite. This lecture will be recorded.  Format: 30 minutes presentation, followed by 30 minutes Q&A.

In this online lecture, Dr Bonnie Pang will cover: 

• How (in)visible is British Chinese community in the UK? Using health and physical cultures as an example from her current Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship project to think about race/ethnicity. 

• How is the UK context different to those in Australia when we think about ethnicity/race and Chineseness? 

• What can we collectively think through as researchers in examining Chinese diaspora, race/ethnicity, diversity and inclusion in the midst of societal issues such as Black Lives Matters, Hong Kong’s National Security Law and COVID-19 that transverse local and global contexts?

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