Brexit from the ground up: Ethnographic perspectives from the Northern Ireland borderzone

  • 13 Jan 2021
  • 12:00 PM (MST)
  • Online




Brexit from the ground up: Ethnographic perspectives from the Northern Ireland borderzone

Dr. Thomas M. Wilson

Professor of Anthropology

Binghamton University

State University of New York


January 13, 2021

12:00pm on Zoom


The School of Politics and Global Studies and the Phoenix Committee on Foreign Relations are co-hosting Dr. Thomas M. Wilson for a virtual talk over Zoom.

Wilson is Professor of Anthropology in Binghamton University, State University of New York. A Visiting Professor in Queens University, Belfast, 2018–2020, in 2019 he was also a Visiting Professor in the University of Eastern Finland and Lund University. He has conducted ethnographic research in Ireland, the UK, Hungary, Canada and the USA, in matters related to European integration, local and national politics and government, alcohol and identity, and international borders. His publications include Borders: Frontiers of Identity, Nation and State (co-author, 1999); Drinking Cultures: Alcohol and Identity (editor, 2005), The Anthropology of Ireland (co-author, 2006); and A Companion to Border Studies (co-editor, 2012).

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