The Transnationalization of Everyday Worlds - A Social Support Perspective

Wednesday October 10

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Wed Oct 10 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM 108N, North House

Speakers

Wolfgang Schroer
Speaker
Professor of Social Pedagogy, University of Hildesheim

Cornelia Schweppe
Speaker
Professor, Johannes Gutenberg-University of Mainz, Germany, Faculty of Educational Sciences, Department of Social Work

Contact Info

Edith Klein

Description

Professor Schoer's writings and research activities range from contributions on transnational social support, interculturality and migration, to writings about citizenship, civil society and social policy.

Professor Schweppe works on issues about transnationality and social work, international comparison of social work, migration, poverty, professionalization of social work, methodology of social work research, old age, and social work in Latin America.

Co-sponsored by


Faculty of Social Work
Centre for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies