Dr Margaret Byron

Associate Profesor in Human Geography

Dr Margaret Byron

Contact Details

  • Tel: 0116 252 2821
  • Email: mb416@le.ac.uk
  • Office: Bennett Building F63


Margaret Byron joined the department of Geography at Leicester in 2009 following a lectureship in the department of Geography at Kings College London (1993-2009) and an ESRC research fellowship at the School of Geography, University of Oxford (1990-1992), considering the impact of’ Right to Buy’ legislation on housing histories of Caribbean populations in Britain.

Selected Publications

  • Byron, M and Condon, S, (2008) Migration in comparative perspective: Caribbean communities in Britain and France, Routledge, London.
  • Condon, S. And Byron M.  (2008) ‘ Migrations, résidence et représentations de la famille: les familles Caribbéenes en France et en Grande-Bretagne’, Revue Europeanne des Migrations Internationales, 24 (1), 25-63.
  • Byron, M. (2005) ‘Labour market trajectories of Caribbean people in Britain and France: ‘Multi-ethnic societies, multiculturalism or assimilation’, Ethnologia Europaea, 34 (2),31-40.
  • Byron, M. (2001) 'Impacts and Implications of Increasing Return Migrant Flows to the Eastern Caribbean', Social and Economic Studies, 49:(4) 155-188.
  • Byron, M. and Condon, S. (1996) ‘Caribbean return migration from Britain and France: a context dependent explanation’, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 21 (1), 91-104.
  • Byron, M. (1994) The Unfinished Cycle: Post War Migration from the Caribbean to Britain, Avebury Press, Aldershot.

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