Author Archives: Lali Foster

What isn’t migrant literature?

All I have to do here is carve out a space, but I can’t stop thinking about the wood shavings that will fall to the floor. My co-editor and I want to make a regular feature on The Migrationist where we can come together to discuss migrant literature. This piece was to be an introduction, […]

Integration policy in the U.K: a time traveller’s perspective

I spent my first U.K summer time-travelling between two migrant integration policy eras. If that sounds both sad and exciting, that’s about right: it was both those things. For my MA dissertation I regularly tubed to the National Archives at Kew to research how integration emerged as a policy sphere during the mid-1960s. The other […]