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Border Effects

Friday 16 May, 11am - 4pm, CRER Common Room (S0.52), Social Studies

An international interdisciplinary symposium from the Centre for Research in Ethnic Relations.

Programme of events:


11am Introductory remarks
11.15--12.30

Producing Illegality - Interdictive Border Controls and the Securitisation of Asylum

Vicki Squire (RCUK Research Fellow at the Open University's Centre for Citizenship, Identities and Governance)

12.30--1.15 Break for lunch (please note lunch will not be provided)
1.15--2.30

The Production of Culprits: The Politics of Immigration in the United States in the Aftermath of Antiterrorism

Nicholas De Genova

(Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Latino Studies, Columbia University, New York; Marie Curie Research Fellow, Centre for Research in Ethnic Relations, University of Warwick)

2.30--2.40
Break
2.40--4.00

Border as Method, or the Multiplication of Labour

Sandro Mezzadra (Associate Professor of the History of Political Thought in the Department of Politics, Institutions and History, University of Bologna; Eminent Research Fellow (2006 - 2008) in the Centre for Cultural Research at the University of Western Sydney, Australia)

 

 

For more information please contact Nihid Iqbal on Nihid.Iqbal@warwick.ac.uk