In 2017, I organized and hosted a conference on Immigration in Britain, 1300-1900.

This one-day interdisciplinary conference brought together established and emerging scholars to analyze and debate the continuities and changes in British immigration and migration from the medieval to the dawn of the twentieth century.

Deliberately broad in scope, this conference looked for connections and contradictions in the longue durée history of immigration into Britain, examining questions fundamental to British society, culture, politics, economics, and identity.

For more about the conference, including a full program, you can visit the conference website.