Sadler Seminar Series 2015-2016

Phase 1 (October – December 2015) of the Leeds Voices project is funded by the Sadler Seminar Series

Leeds Voices is the first phase of a trans-disciplinary programme to explore modes of accommodation across diverse public spaces within the city of Leeds. Taking a multimodal focus on superdiversity, this project focuses on the voices of Leeds Kirkgate Market – a historical linguistic/cultural hub for dense interethnic exchanges that is currently undergoing rapid change. Over this Seminar Series, we consider processes of exceptional multi-ethnic accommodation and micro-interaction in Kirkgate Market within a wider discursive context of inter-ethnic conflict as increasingly normative.

2015

Paul Bagguley and Yasmin Hussain, The Sociology of the Market
Thursday 29 October 3:00-5:00pm LHRI Seminar Room 1

Penny Rivlin, Superdiversity and Kirkgate Market: Early reflections

Thursday 12 November, 2:00-3:00pm LHRI Seminar Room 1

2016

Janet Watson and Serge Sharoff, Visiting close relatives: Exploiting similarities between related languages
Tuesday 22 January, 2:00-400pm LHRI Seminar Room 1

Dr Suzanne Hall (LSE) Superdiversity and trans-ethnography
Thursday 4 February 2:00pm-4:00pm LHRI Seminar Room 1

William Gould and Penny Rivlin, Superdiverse stories: Oral histories of the market
Thursday 3 March 2:00-4:00pm LHRI Seminar Room 1

Simon Popple, Community Archiving: Leeds Voices and ‘Yarn’  See Introduction to Yarn here
Tuesday 26 April 2:00-4:00pm LHRI Seminar Room 1

Sara Gonzalez, Regeneration and gentrification in urban diverse spaces: The case of Kirkgate Market, Wednesday 11 May 12:00-2:00pm LHRI Seminar Room 1

Elisabetta Adami, Multimodality and superdiversity: towards a sociosemiotic landscape of trans, inter and multicultural layering in Kirkgate Market
Tuesday 24 May 2:00-4:00pm LHRI Seminar Room 1