In the final installment of the Brexit Brits Abroad three-part podcast series recorded at the event From Mobile Citizens to Migrants, the panel locate questions of citizenship, identity and belonging brought to the fore by Brexit within longer genealogies of who is a citizen.
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In the second instalment recorded at our event From Mobile Citizens to Migrants, the panel consider previous transformations in the rights of non-citizen populations, and how these might inform our understandings about the transformation of citizens’ rights through Brexit.
In Episode 21, Michaela talks with Professor Mary Gilmartin about the British in Ireland, their invisibility in Irish migration discourse, and what Brexit means for this population.
In Episode 20 of the Brexit Brits Abroad podcast, Michaela is joined once again by EU law expert Professor Tamara Hervey to talk through the complexities of the draft withdrawal agreement and what it means in respect to the rights and entitlements of UK citizens resident in the EU27.
Take a listen to Episode 19 of the Brexit Brits Abroad podcast, in which Dr Michaela Benson and Chantelle Lewis discuss who cares about UK citizens living in the EU27.
In Episode 18 of our podcast series, Michaela speaks with Chantelle Lewis about UK citizens of colour who have made their homes and lives in the EU27 and how Brexit for them intersects with longer personal histories of racism and exclusion.
In this episode, Michaela talks with Karen about her paper from the early 2000s that identified the contradictory ways in which Britons in Spain related to their new place of residence and the Spanish population. Episode 17 considers the ambivalence of the British and Britain towards Europe both historically, and today.