For people of colour in Norway, the United Kingdom, and across Europe, questions about their origins often relate to citizenship and a sense of belonging.
Professor Emerita of human rights education and citizenship, Audrey Osler has enjoyed commuting between cultures, people and languages. In her new book, she shares her own family history to explore and illustrate the complexities of citizenship and migration, looking at journeys prompted by war, study, a global economic crisis, a fresh start, love, and even child abduction.
Come and join us for our open seminar to meet Audrey Osler to participate in fascinating debates on identity!
The seminar will be held in English and is organized by the research project Transloyalties in Citizenship Education (TranCit) at VID