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Parse Conference 2017: GEOGRAPHIES OF EXCLUSION

Conference, Workshop

CGM and Parse are jointly organizing a strand during Parse-conference 2017: 'Geographies of Exclusion'.
There will be key note speeches by Hagar Kotef, SOAS University of London and Nicholas de Genova (Independent) as well as a workshop on future interdisciplinary global migration research topics.

For more information about each event, see the separate events in this calendar.

Geographies of Exclusion is co-organised by Centre on Global Migration and artistic/practice based research platform Parse.

A workshop will address how social, cultural, political and economic barriers produce and sustain public spaces, public spheres, public memory, borders and migrants. It will also address the experiences of movement through the logic of circulation managed, controlled, and regulated by state authorities, public institutions, NGOs and private firms. The workshop will examine how such dominating modes of productions can be transgressed through civil counter-actions and independent self-organised practices.

Apart from the workshop, the program consists of international speakers on migration.

For more information, see the link below and the CGM calendar for information on each co-organised event.

Lecturer: Hagar Kotef, SOAS University of London; Nicholas de Genova, (Independent).

Date & hour: 11/16/2017 at 9:00 AM till 11/17/2017 at 6:00 PM

Categories: Art History and Visual Studies, Interdisciplinary, International, Kulturstudier, Diversity, Art, Social Sciences

Organizer: CGM and Parse

Location: Academy of Design and Craft (HDK) Library Aula, Kristinelundsgatan 6-8.

Event URL: Read more about Parse Conference 2017: GEOGRAPHIES OF EXCLUSION

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