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Location: UP.4.213
University of Manchester Building: University Place, Fourth Floor Oxford Road
Date: Wednesday, 21/Aug/2019
11:00am
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12:30pm
RN31_01: Anti-Roma Racism in Context
Location: UP.4.213
Chair: Holger Knothe, IUBH Nürnberg
 

Dialectic on Enlightenment as a Critique of Antigypsyism

Markus End

Technical University Berlin, Germany



No Pollution and no Roma in my Backyard. Class and Race in Framing Local Activism in Eastern Slovakia.

Daniel Škobla1, Richard Filčák2

1: Slovak Academy of Science, Slovak Republic; 2: Slovak Academy of Science, Slovak Republic



SARTUCUE: Roma women contesting gender violence within the Iglesia Evangélica Filadelfia

Teresa Sorde-Marti1, Emilia Aiello2, Jerusalen Amador3, Juanita Candamil4, Begoña Abad-Miguélez5

1: UNIVERSITAT AUTÒNOMA DE BARCELONA; 2: UNIVERSITY OF BARCELONA; 3: UNIVERSITY OF BARCELONA; 4: UNIVERSITAT AUTÒNOMA DE BARCELONA; 5: University of the Basque Country



“Us and Them & the Third”: The Politics of Fear within the Far Right in Germany & Austria

Claudia Globisch

Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung (IAB), Germany

2:00pm
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3:30pm
RN31_02: Contextualizing Racism
Location: UP.4.213
Chair: Markus End, Technical University Berlin
 

“The Most Dangerous Racism Today is the White Man in the Suit Who’s Got Positions of Power to Employ People”: White Privilege, Racial Exclusion and the Silencing of Racism

Madeline-Sophie Abbas

University of Manchester, United Kingdom



Racism, Black Movements and Census in Portugal: from invisibility to counting

Nuno Manuel Ferreira Dias

ISCTE-IUL, Portugal



Institutional and Exclusive Solidarity, Racism and Absent Presences – Discussing the Eclectic Foundation for Restrictive Welfare Policy in Austria

Andreas Schadauer

University of Vienna, Austria

4:00pm
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5:30pm
RN31_03: Multicultural Societies, Social Cohesion and Discrimination
Location: UP.4.213
Chair: Ireneusz Krzeminski, Warsaw University
 

Inter-Group Contact Gone Wrong: The Consequences of Negative and Neutral Out-Group Exposure for Both Native-Born Citizens and Immigrants

Daniel Herda

Merrimack College, United States of America



Threats and Norms: Cross-Country and Within-Country Effects of Multicultural Policies on Attitudes towards Immigrants

Akira Igarashi

Tohoku University, Japan



Rigid Group Boundaries, Strong Ethnic Identities And Strong Ingroup Cohesion As A Barrier To Harmonious Intergroup Relations

Lidia Terek

University of Novi Sad, Serbia



Senses of Belonging and Connectedness in Multicultural and Multiethnic Society: Measuring Social Cohesion in Georgia

Ana Kirvalidze

Ilia State University, Georgia

6:00pm
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7:30pm
RN31_04: Antizionism and Antisemitism
Location: UP.4.213
Chair: Kim Robin Stoller, International Institute for Education and Research on Antisemitism (IIBSA) / Free University Berlin
 

The Ideology of Antizionism

David Seymour

City Law School, University of London, United Kingdom



Antisemitism and Identity Politics

Karin Stoegner

University of Vienna, Austria



Measuring Antisemitism in Relation to Israel: a New Psychometric Scale

David Hirsh2, Daniel Allington1

1: Kings College London; 2: Goldsmiths, University of London



Antizionism Without Israel – On Forms Of Antisemitic Demonization Of Jewish Statehood Before 1948

Lukas Uwira

European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder), Germany

Date: Thursday, 22/Aug/2019
11:00am
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12:30pm
RN31_05: Brexit
Location: UP.4.213
Chair: David Seymour, City Law School, University of London
 

Brexit And The ‘Post-Racial’ Fallacy

Laura Connelly, Tina G. Patel

University of Salford, United Kingdom



Moving Bodies: The impact of Brexit on Roma in South Yorkshire

Tina Girishbhai Patel1, Phillip Martin1, Phillip Brown1, Philippa Tyler2

1: University of Salford, United Kingdom; 2: Migration Yorkshire, United Kingdom



‘Go Back to Auschwitz, You Polish Bastards’: Everyday Experiences of Xenophobia and Racism among White Racialized Young EU Nationals in Brexit Britain

Daniela Sime

University of Strathclye, United Kingdom

2:00pm
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3:30pm
RN31_06: Nationalism and Authoritarianism
Location: UP.4.213
Chair: Daniela Sime, University of Strathclye
 

Leaving hate behind – Neo-Nazis, Significant Others and disengagement

Christer Mattsson, Thomas Johansson

Univeristy of Gothenburg, Sweden



Will Europeans Overcome Antidemocratic, Populist Nationalism?

Ireneusz Krzeminski

Warsaw University, Poland



Construction of Alternative History: Discourse Analysis of the ‘Day of Honour’

László Péter Lipcsei

Department of Sociology and Social Policy,University of Debrecen, Hungary



Ethnically devided city: the case of Kosovska Mitrovica

Olivera, Slobodan Marković - Savić

University of Pristina, Kosovska Mitrovica, Serbia

4:00pm
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5:30pm
RN31_07: Anti-Muslim Resentment and Racism
Location: UP.4.213
Chair: Heiko Beyer, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf
 

Attitudes and Prejudice towards Islam and Muslims among Croatian Students

Luka Jurković, Ksenija Klasnić, Davorka Matić

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, Croatia



‘When People Complain of the Darkness, We Should Light a Candle’: Muslims, Racism and Everyday Life

Joanne Britton

Sheffield University, United Kingdom



Anti-Muslim Racism And 'Intersectional Stereotyping' In Germany's Contemporary Media Discourse On Migration

Iris Wigger

Loughborough University, United Kingdom



The Link between Anti-Muslim Sentiment and Racism

Christopher Bratt

University of Kent, United Kingdom

6:00pm
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7:30pm
RN31_08: Antisemitism in Context
Location: UP.4.213
Chair: Karin Stoegner, University of Vienna
 

The Reception of the so-called migration crisis in Poland: between Islamophobia, Anti-Semitism and Anti-Gypsism

Krzysztof Jaskulowski

University SWPS, Poland



Antisemitisms in the 21st century – Sweden And Denmark As Exceptional Cases, Or Forerunners for a General Trend?

Lars Dencik

Roskilde University, Sweden



Antisemitism And Racism In The Populist Era. The Italian Case.

Claudia Gina Hassan

University of Rome Tor Vergata Italy, Universiy of Castell Sant'Angelo Italy



Evil twins? Anti-globalization movement and Antisemitism revisited

Holger Knothe

IUBH Nürnberg, Germany

7:30pm
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8:30pm
RN31_BM: RN31 Business Meeting
Location: UP.4.213
Chair: Karin Stoegner, University of Vienna
Date: Friday, 23/Aug/2019
11:00am
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12:30pm
RN31_09: Ethnic Minorities and Identity
Location: UP.4.213
Chair: Andreas Schadauer, University of Vienna
 

Partner Choice Dynamics Among Chinese Migrants ----The Case of Belgium

Wenlei Shi

Ghent University, Belgium



Constructing the Ethnic Identity of Minority Youth in Northern Europe in 2019

Pia Elisabeth Waldemarsdotter Nyman-Kurkiala, Lillemor Östman, Henrik Kurkiala, Jean Banyanga, Josefine Dahlgren

Åbo Akademi University, Finland



The peculiarities of Actualization of Ethnic Minoritiy Identities in Inter-ethnic Communication in LatviP

Vladislav Volkov

The Institute of Philosophy and Sociology (the University of Latvia), Latvia



Diasporic Citizenship and the Mapuche Case: The Black and The Red Atlantic in the Reterritorialization of Rights

Joao Victor Nery Fiocchi Rodrigues1, Evandro Piza Duarte2

1: University of Pennsylvania, United States of America; 2: University of Brasilia, Brazil

2:00pm
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3:30pm
RN31_10b: Discriminatory Practices in Europe: Case Studies
Location: UP.4.213
Chair: Claudia Gina Hassan, University of Rome Tor Vergata
 

An Ethnographic Case Study To Everyday Practices Of Ethnic Discrimination In Flemish Secondary Education

Michiel Lippens, Lore Van Praag, Elke Struyf

University of Antwerp, Belgium



Discrimination in the Rental Housing Market: Field Experiment in Ireland

Egle Gusciute

Trinity College Dublin (TCD) and University College Dublin (UCD), Ireland



Ethnic Differentiation of Czech Primary Schools: the Case of Brno

Laura Fonadova1, Tomas Katrnak2

1: Masaryk University - Faculty of Economics and Administration, Czech Republic; 2: Masaryk University - Faculty of Social Studies, Czech Republic


 
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