Start date:
October 2019
Economic and Social Research Council

Borders, boundary mechanisms and migration examines factors shaping civil society engagement with migration and forms of bordering through comparative international case studies and place-based ethnographies, and explores how social boundary activation mechanisms are articulated by civil society groups.

Start date provided is that of the WISERD Civil Society Centre. Work packages will have their own individual start and end dates that fall within the five-year research programme.

Research team
Bethan Loftus
Senior Lecturer in Criminology and Criminal Justice
Bangor University
Robin Mann
Senior Lecturer in Sociology, WISERD Co-Director
Bangor University
Howard Davis
Emeritus Professor of Social Theory & Institutions
Bangor University

Conference WISERD Summer Series 2021
5th July 2021 |
In July WISERD is hosting a series of events in place of our usual Annual Conference. The WISERD Summer Series will consist of four events exploring some of WISERD’s established and developing research areas. As part of the series, we will be hosting...

Themes: Civil Society