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EMMIR hosts the international conference "Linking Scholarship and Activism in Migration Societies: Critical Inquiries" from 13th to 15th December in Oldenburg, Germany.

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EMMIR is the European Master in Migration and Intercultural Relations.
It is the first African-European Erasmus Mundus Master Course in Migration Studies.

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Erasmus Mundus Scholarships Deadline: to be announced.
Self funded students Deadline: to be announced.

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Linking Scholarship and Activism in Migration Societies: Critical Inquiries

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December 13-15, 2018 at University of Oldenburg, Germany. 

 

Opening Keynote lecture

The Structures of Knowledge of Westernized Universities, Global Structures of Power and Migration

Ramon Grosfoguel (Berkeley University of California, USA).

 

Keynotes lectures

  • Scholar Activism between and across the Mexico-US borders - Alexandra Delano (The New School, NY, USA)
  • Migration Research and the Terms of Engagement: Reflections on Knowledge, Power and Resistance - Aziz Choudry (McGill University, Canada)
  • Kritnet: Trial and errors of activist academic knowledge production in the field of border studies - Sabine Hess (Göttingen University, Germany).
  • Working through the Double-Binds: Refractions on Research with Sex Workers in India - Debolina Dutta (University of Melbourne, Australia)

Panels and workshops

  • Panel 1: Multi-sited Enquiries in the US and India
  • Panel 2: Enquiries and Action in African Migration Societies
  • Panel 3: Asylum in Europe? - Multi-sited Contestations
  • Panel 4: Participatory Research and Genders
  • Panel 5: Political Subjectivity in Forced Migration Studies in the Postcolonial World
  • Panel 6: Art-based Activism in Migration Societies
  • Workshops: Migration Studies and Activist Research Practice / The Balkanroute: Paste, Present, and Future

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Last modified: 2018-11-15