FIFTH MSSc IN IRISH MIGRATION STUDIES
REUNION LECTURE & LUNCH
Saturday 28 January 2006
Dr. Breda Gray, B.Soc.Sc.
(University College Dublin); M.S.W. (UBC, Vancouver), M.A. (Lancaster), PhD.
Course Director, MA in Women's Studies
Senior Lecturer, Women's Studies, Department of Sociology,
University of Limerick
Breda's teaching covers the areas of feminist, queer and sociological theory, women and modernity, and critical approaches to multiculturalism.
Breda's research interests include women and migration/diaspora, globalisation and 'the global', citizenship/belonging, multiculturalism, memory, and life narratives.
'Women and the Irish Diaspora', 2004 by Routledge
Refereed journal articles
'Remembering a 'multicultural' future through a history of emigration: Towards a feminist politics of solidarity across difference', Women's Studies International Forum, 27(4), 2004, pp. 413-29
'The Irish Diaspora: Globalised Belonging(s)', Irish Journal of Sociology, 11 (2), 2002, pp. 123-44
'Whitely Scripts': Irish women's racialised belongings in London', European Journal of Cultural Studies, 5(2), 2002, pp. 257-74
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