|Group leader||Prof Terry Lamb|
|Dr Cangbai Wang|
Wang, C. 2022. Forthcoming. Diaspora museum: Re-conceptualizing Tan Kah Kee’s museum endeavors in 1950s China. Journal of Chinese Overseas. 18 (1).
Saskia Huc-Hepher 2021. Navigating the London-French Transnational Space: The Losses and Gains of Language as Embodied and Embedded Symbolic Capital. Languages. 6 (1), p. e57 57. https://doi.org/10.3390/languages6010057
Kasstan, J. 2021. Reflections on a French linguistics co-creation project. in: de Medeiros, A.A. and Kelly, D. (ed.) Language Debates: Theory and Reality in Language Learning, Teaching, and Research Hodder Education.
Huc-Hepher, S. 2021. Exploring Online Diasporas: London’s French and Latin American Communities in the UK Web Archive. in: Gomes, D., Demidova, E., Winters, J. and Risse, T. (ed.) The Past Web: Exploring Web Archives New York Springer. pp. 189-201
Huc-Hepher, S. 2021. French London: A blended ethnography of a migrant city. Manchester Manchester University Press.
Freeman, T., Miles, L., Ying, K., Mat Yasin, S. and Lai, Wan-Teng 2021. At the limits of ‘Capability’: The sexual and reproductive health of women migrant workers in Malaysia. Sociology of Health and Illness. Advanced online publication. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-9566.13323
Benson, P. and Lamb, T. 2021. Autonomy in the Age of Multilingualism. in: Jiménez Raya, M. and Vieira, F. (ed.) Autonomy in Language Education: Theory, Research and Practice London Routledge. pp. 74-88
Linn, A. 2021. English grammar writing. in: Aarts, B., McMahon, A. and Hinrichs, L. (ed.) The Handbook of English Linguistics, Second Edition Hoboken NJ Wiley. pp. 63-80
Huc-Hepher, S. 2021. ‘Sometimes there’s racism towards the French here’: xenophobic microaggressions in pre-2016 London as articulations of symbolic violence. National Identities . 23 (1), pp. 15-39. https://doi.org/10.1080/14608944.2019.1649250
Lamb, T. 2020. Supplementary schools as spaces of hope for a more inclusive world: Challenging exclusion and social injustice in multilingual London. Journal of Linguistics and Language Teaching. 11 (2), pp. 99-127.
Jiménez Raya, M., Lamb, T. and Manzano Vázquez, B 2020. Perspectives on language education policy. in: Jiménez Raya, M., Lamb, T. and Manzano Vázquez, B. (ed.) Insights into language education policies Frankfurt-am-Main Peter Lang. pp. 9-13
Jiménez Raya, M., Lamb, T. and Manzano Vázquez, B. (ed.) 2020. Insights into language education policies. Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany Peter Lang.
Wang, C., Zheng, V. and Gao, H. 2020. Materialities and corridors: The Chinese diaspora and connected societies. Asian and Pacific Migration Journal. 29 (2), pp. 133-138. https://doi.org/10.1177/0117196820932839
Wang, C. and Huang, J. 2020. Desiring homeland: The return of the Indonesian Chinese women to Maoist China. Asian and Pacific Migration Journal. 29 (2), pp. 163-185. https://doi.org/10.1177/0117196820931314
Wang, C. 2020. Ambivalent heritage: the im/possibility of museumifying the Overseas Chinese in South China. Modern China. 46 (6), pp. 559-584. https://doi.org/10.1177/0097700419878801
Lamb, T., Roksandić, A., Mayer, D., Meissner, H., Gimenez, J., Lang, L. and Bastiaan, R. 2019. Home away from Home: Research Report. Osijek, Croatia Centar za Mir. https://doi.org/10.34737/v25x4
Lamb, T.E. and Mayer, D. 2019. Notes from the Field: 'Home away from Home: Ethnography of an EU Erasmus+ Programme'. Anthropology of the Middle East. 14 (2), pp. 115-129. https://doi.org/10.3167/ame.2019.140208
Lamb, T., Hatoss, A. and O'Neill, S. 2019. Challenging Social Injustice in Superdiverse Contexts Through Activist Languages Education. in: Papa, R. (ed.) Handbook on Promoting Social Justice in Education Cham Springer. pp. 1-38
Huc-Hepher, S. 2019. "On pourrait devenir londonien sans s'en rendre compte": Habitus and the Affective Creep of Settlement. British Parisians and London French: Living, Loving and Lingering in the Neighbour's City. University of Kent in Paris 07 - 07 Feb 2019
Huc-Hepher, S. 2019. Reproduction and Transformation: Preserving the London-French 'non-community' in the UK Web Archive. The Web That Was: archives, traces, reflections (RESAW Biennial). University of Amsterdam, Netherlands 19 - 21 Jun 2019
Hall, D.J., Kasstan, J. and Hornsby, D. 2019. Beyond obsolescence: A twenty-first century research agenda for the langues régionales. Journal of French Language Studies. https://doi.org/10.1017/S095926951900019X
Wells, N., Forsdick, C., Bradley, J., Burdett, C., Burns, J., Demossier, M., Hills de Zárate, M., Huc-Hepher, S., Jordan, S., Pitman, T. and Wall, G. 2019. Ethnography and Modern Languages. Modern Languages Open. 2019 (1), pp. 1-16 1. https://doi.org/10.3828/mlo.v0i0.242
Mazzara, F. 2019. Reframing Migration: Lampedusa, Border Spectacle and the Aesthetics of Subversion. Peter Lang.
Wang, C. 2018. Palpable memory: re-conceptualising diasporic memories through the (im)materiality of built heritage. Heritage Across Borders: Association of Critical Heritage Studies 4th Biennial Conference 2018. Zhejing Univeristy, Hangzhou, China 01 - 06 Sep 2018
Wang, C. 2018. ‘Double heritagisation’: Negotiating diasporic Chinese identities through celebrating the Chinese New Year in London. Bridging Borders, Creating Spaces: Negotiating Multicultural Identities and Belongings among Migrant Communities in Global London. University of Westminster 28 Jun 2018
Karatsareas, P. 2018. The fragile future of the Cypriot Greek language in the UK. British Academy Review. 33, pp. 42-44.
Mazzara, F. 2018. Redefining Italian spaces: Piazza Vittorio and migratory aesthetics. in: Caldwell, L. and Camilletti, F.A. (ed.) Rome: Modernity, Postmodernity and Beyond Oxford Legenda. pp. 119-132
Wang, C. 2018. Book review: Ethnicity in China: a critical introduction. National Identities . 20 (4), pp. 428-430. https://doi.org/10.1080/14608944.2016.1226695
Huc-Hepher, S. Forthcoming. London French Special Collection. UK Web Archive British Library.
Huc-Hepher, S. and Drake, H. 2017. From the 16ème to South Ken? A study of the contemporary French population in London. in: Kelly, D. and Cornick, M. (ed.) A history of the French in London: liberty, equality, opportunity London Humanities Digital Library. pp. 391-429
Huc-Hepher, S. 2017. A Community Reborn: Archiving the London-French Web. Mapping Multilingualism and Digital Culture. King's College, London 22 - 22 Jun 2017
Wang, C. 2017. Heritage as theatre: re-conceptualizing heritage-making in urban China. China Information. 31 (2), pp. 195-215. https://doi.org/10.1177/0920203X17709916
Mazzara, F. 2016. Subverting the narrative of the Lampedusa borderscape. Crossings: Journal of Migration & Culture. 7 (2), pp. 135-147. https://doi.org/10.1386/cjmc.7.2.135_1
Wang, C. 2016. Repatriation of cultural relics as site for identity negotiation. The 9th International Conference of International Society for the Study of Chinese Overseas (ISSCO). University of British Columbia, Vancourver, Canada 06 - 08 Jul 2016
Wang, C. 2016. The 'material turn' in migration studies. Mobility in Contemporary China: Imaginaries, technologies and power. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle, Germany 29 - 30 Sep 2016
Wang, C. 2016. Invited discussant for session 6: How do emigrants adapt themselves to local culture? Kick-Off Symposium for Research on Public Policies on Migration, Multiculturalization and Welfare for the Regeneration of Communities in European, Asian and Japanese Societies. Kobe University, Japan 22 - 23 Oct 2016
Wang, C. 2016. Ambivalent heritage: the im/possibility of using diasporic heritage in South China. 2016 International Symposium on Transnational Migration and Qiaoxiang Studies. Wuyi University, Jiangmen, China 10 - 12 Dec 2016
Wang, C. 2016. 物质文化：华侨华人研究的新视角 （Material culture: a new perspective to the study of Chinese diaspora). in: 华侨博物馆与华侨华人研究 (Overseas Chinese museums and the research of Chinese diaspora) 北京 (Beijing) 中国华侨出版社 (Chinese Overseas Publishing House). pp. 241-247
Wang, C. 2016. The stamp of identities: negotiating diasporic Chinese subjectivity in philatelic spaces. Modern Languages Open. https://doi.org/10.3828/mlo.v0i0.89
Wang, C. 2016. Introduction: The ‘material turn’ in migration studies. Modern Languages Open. https://doi.org/10.3828/mlo.v0i0.88