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Wir Barbaren. „Inneres Afrika“, „Unzivilisierte“ und „Entartete“ in der europäischen Moderne

Svenja Goltermann , October 3rd, 2021

Europäische Gesellschaften suchten im 19. Jahrhundert ihre „Zivilisation“ in alle Welt zu exportieren. Die „Fremden“, darunter auch die Armen, erschienen dem gegenüber als „Barbaren“. Ist diese Geschi…

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Lead Me to Life: Voices of the African Diaspora

Christine Weeber, Justin D. Wright, and Leah Zani , September 23rd, 2021

“Lead Me to Life” Carla Keaton In 2020, George Floyd’s murder by Derek Chauvin, a White police officer in Minneapolis, flared a global nerve. Black Lives Matter protestors…


Jacqueline Hazan takes the page 99 test

| , September 14th, 2021

The 99th page of my dissertation, “Mediating Micronesian Futures: Potentialities and Precarity in Cultural Production Among Mobile Pacific Islanders,” marks a transition in a chapter introducing how …

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How Bureaucracy Conceals Obligations to Afghan Refugees

Isabella Alexander-Nathani , September 9th, 2021

Since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan in early August, the world has been transfixed by images from the streets of Kabul: Taliban fighters proudly patrolling the capital atop…


Flucht erzählen. Jugendliteratur auf schwierigem Terrain

Lena Brun , September 5th, 2021

Seit das Thema der Flucht Eingang in die öffentliche Debatte gefunden hat, setzt sich auch die Jugendliteratur damit auseinander. Sie baut Brücken zwischen altbewährten Genres, zwischen Kulturen und…

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Shirley Yeung takes the page 99 test

| , August 30th, 2021

The “quality of the whole” is uncannily revealed by the concluding paragraph on page 99 of my dissertation. It reads: The institution I call The Migrant Center, then,…

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Climate Migrants Are on the Move—And the U.S. Needs Their Help

Emily Yates-Doerr , August 24th, 2021

Farmworkers till soil during this summer’s record-breaking heat wave in Oregon. Nathan Howard/AP Photo Content Warning: The materials presented below contain details of racism and violent…


Animating Stories of Global Migration

MIDEQ and PositiveNegatives , August 19th, 2021

Who gets to tell the story of human migration around the globe? And what kind of story is it? The Story of Migration, an animated short illustrated by…


Schutz von geflüchteten Frauen und Mädchen in Deutschland unzureichend

Rat für Migration , July 19th, 2021

„Schattenbericht“ unter Mitarbeit der Universität Göttingen kritisiert Umsetzung der Istanbul-Konvention durch die Bundesregierung Eine Pressemitteilung von Prof. Dr. Sabine Hess (pug) Deutschland kom…


How Migrant Filmmakers Practice Archival Activism

Megan A. Carney , June 9th, 2021

Participants of FunKino, a collaborative filmmaking laboratory in Italy, discuss ideas for storyboarding in 2019. FunKino—Cinema for Inclusion project promoted by Zabbara In the first sce…


When “Voluntary” Return Is Not a Real Option for Asylum-Seekers

Usman Mahar , June 1st, 2021

Wrestling with the themes of violence, hope, and resilience, Pakistani artist Imran Qureshi often makes delicate use of red—the color of blood. Imran Qureshi “Love Me, Love Me…


This safety asphyxiates us: The banal border in Barcelona

Corina Tulbure , May 20th, 2021

Last month, while in Spain, we woke up to the news that local residents in the Canary Islands were planning to set up patrols to attack immigrants. In…


Mediating Mobility: Migration and Brokerage at the Borders of the State

Natasha Raheja , May 17th, 2021

Natasha Raheja (Cornell University) will present on ‘Mediating mobility: Migration and brokerage at the borders of the State’. Elizabeth Challinor (Universidade NOVA de Lisboa) will ac…


Linien ziehen? Über die unmögliche Unterscheidung zwischen Flüchtlingen und Migrierenden

Stefan Schlegel , April 28th, 2021

Die politische Theorie der Migration ist vor allem mit der Frage befasst, wo die Trennlinie zwischen den angeblich ökonomischen Motiven für Migration und den angeblich politischen Motiven für…

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Sheena Kalayil discusses her book, Second-Generation South Asian Britons

| , April 12th, 2021

Interview by Kim Fernandes https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781498580038/Second-Generation-South-Asian-Britons-Multilingualism-Heritage-Languages-and-Diasporic-Identity Kim Fernandes: In your book,…

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Wellen, Ströme, Fluten. Zur politischen Geschichte aquatischer Metaphern

Anne Schult , April 11th, 2021

Neben den viel diskutierten „Coronawellen“ ist auch die Versinnbildlichung von Migrant:innen, und besonders Geflüchteten, als Welle oder Flut stets in den Medien präsent. Wie kommt es, dass die…

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On Online News Making, Cultural Translation, and Journalism Industry in Exile

K. Zeynep Sariaslan , April 8th, 2021

Journalism is under attack in many contexts from Hungary to the United States. In Turkey, the situation is not different. Autocracy changed the profession radically and forced some…


Can the Holy Spirit Be Livestreamed?

Cristina Rocha, Richard Vokes, and Kathleen Openshaw , April 6th, 2021

A pastor reaches out to his global congregants online to emphasize the importance of pandemic lockdowns. Pastor Samuel K Majok—Online Ministry Every Sunday, during her fieldwork, Cristina…


What Is Vaccination Equity?

Isabella Alexander-Nathani , March 24th, 2021

Born in Mexico, Rosario (a pseudonym) has worked as a cleaner in the Los Angeles public hospital system for more than three decades. But despite meeting California state…


Call for Papers: Ökonomisierungsprozesse im Diskursfeld Flucht/Migration und Bildung

Rat für Migration , March 9th, 2021

Ein- und Ausschlüsse zwischen Persistenz und Veränderung Für das Heft 2/2022 der Zeitschrift für Diversitätsforschung und -management Hier den vollständigen Call for Papers als PDF herunterladen. Das …


Ende der #Globalisierung? Eine historische Perspektive

Martin Deuerlein , February 24th, 2021

Mit der Corona-Pandemie scheint der Nationalismus zurückgekehrt und das „Ende der Globalisierung“ gekommen. Nation und Globalisierung sind jedoch kein Widerspruch, sondern stehen in einem engen Wechse…

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Jobseekers in Dubai in the time of COVID-19 (IV)

Fino , February 12th, 2021

Part Four: “When will this Covid be over?” During the first month of T.’s search for work in Dubai, Covid-19 felt like something that had happened last spring….


Jobseekers in Dubai in the time of COVID-19 (III)

Fino , February 11th, 2021

Part Three: A Travel Agent selling Freedom For the second half of my stay, I lived in a shared accommodation of mostly Egyptian men in Ajman, which is…


Envisioning a Different Park: Border Walls, Transborder Ties, and Militarized Ecologies

Manuel G. Galaviz , February 11th, 2021

When news broke out on January 20th, 2021, that newly inaugurated President Joe Biden signed a proclamation ending Trump’s Executive Order 9844, which declared a national emergency at…