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Border crossings: geographies of class, gender, mobility and migration

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The focus of the talk is on the personal and academic implications of some of the significant changes in the UK economy and society, as well as in the nature of geography as a discipline, over the last half century. The key theme is mobility and migration, within and between countries, as well as across class boundaries, as the UK became a more diverse country from the end of World War II but remains one in which significant inequalities structure the opportunities of young people today.

This talk is part of the Centenary Lecture Series, Department of Geography series.

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