Who’s who at the UCL Migration Film Festival?

Someone asked me who’s taking part in the film festival and symposium.

Here’s a list of the speakers and their affiliations:

Sonia Arbaci, Lecturer in Spatial Planning at the UCL, Bartlett School of Planning

Victor Buchli, Reader in Material Culture, UCL Anthropology

Tamar Garb, Durning-Lawrence Professor, UCL History of Art

Yohai Hakak, Senior Lecturer, School of Health Sciences and Social Work, University of Portsmouth

Leslie Hakim-Dowek, Photographer and Senior Lecturer in Photography, School of Art, Design and Media, University of Portsmouth

Marc Isaacs, Film maker http://marcisaacsfilms.com/

Sushrut Jadhav, Senior Lecturer in Cross-cultural, Psychiatry, UCL and Founding Editor Anthropology & Medicine journal

Christy Johnson, http://www.christyjohnson.co.uk/, Associate Dean, University for the Creative Arts

Anne Kershen, Senior Research Fellow in the History of Migration, QMUL and Founder of the Centre for the Study of Migration

Searle Kochberg, Principal Lecturer in Creative Technologies, University of Portsmouth

Rastko Novakovic, http://www.rastko.org.uk/, moving image artist and film curator

Eva Palacios, Senior Lecturer in Creative Technologies, University of Portsmouth

Laura Vaughan, Professor of Urban Form and Society and Director of the Space Syntax Laboratory at the Bartlett School of Architecture.

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