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(In)security in a Global Age

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The (In)security in a global age Conference is hosted by the Graduate Conference Committee of Sociology at Cambridge University. This conference investigates the wide variety of ways in which security and insecurity emerge in our contemporary lives. Topics that will be covered in the conference include: •Securing a livelihood: Inequalities, class and socio-economics •Nationalism and Borders •Violence against women and girls: Constructing and policing gendered bodies •Knowledge production and expertise in an age of insecurity •Politics of Austerity: parties, movements and citizens

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