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Internal Network Meeting in Mainz

Kick-off Workshop in Mainz, April 28 - April 29 2022

Program

Thursday

13.-14.00

  • Welcome and Organisational Matters
  • Goals and Opportunities of this Network
  • Short Round of Introduction 

14.15-16.45 Break-Out Group Discussion and Plenum Discussion

17-18 Project Presentations: Megha Amrith, Vicktoria Kumala Sakti & Franzisca Zanker

19-21 Dinner and Chats

Friday

9-10.30 Group Discussion: New Methods for Data Collection in Times of Covid-19: What works and what doesn't?

10.45-12.45 Group Discussion: Our Expectation for this Network and the coming Meetings

  • Which specific Topics to focus on
  • What Outputs to reach out for (Special issues, Co-Authoring)
  • Who to invite as Guest Speakers

13:00 Lunch and Departure

Workshop in Bielefeld, January 18.-20., 2023

Program

Wednesday Afternoon

  • 14-18h Writing Retreat

19h Joint Dinner

Thursday Morning

  • 9.00-9.15h Meet & Greet
  • 9.15.-10.45h Q & A with Biao Xiang (MPI, Halle)
  • 11.15-12.45h Maurice Stierl (Osnabrück University)

12.45- 14.15 Lunch

Thursday Afternoon

  • 14.15 -15.45h Talk by Amrita Datta (Siegen University)
  • 16.15-17.45h Presentations by Magdalena Suerbaum, Dora Sampaio & Dilshad Muhammad

18h Joint Dinner

Friday Morning

  • 9.00-9.15h Meet & Greet
  • 9.15.-10.45h Q & A with Thomas Faist (Universität Bielefeld)
  • 11.15-12.45h Exchange on Publications and Projects & Brainstorming for the Subsequent Meeting

12.45-14.00h Lunch and End of the Workshop

 

Workshop in Göttingen, November 9.-11., 2023

Program

Thursday, 9 November

Til 17:30 arrival and welcome


DISENTANGLING THE MULTIPLICITY OF CRISES (PART I)

  • 18:00 Keynote: “Migration world-making practices engaging with mutually independency through abolitionist horizons”, Martina Tazzioli (University of Bologna)

19:30 dinner

 

Friday, 10 November

09:00 coffee and conversation

  • 09:30 Round of introduction, where we’re currently at? – news from our network’s members

 

DISENTANGLING THE MULTIPLICITY OF CRISES (PART II)

  • 10:00–10:30 Invited guest talk: “Crisis as Exception or Context? Covid-19 in the Somali regions and in the diaspora”, Nauja Kleist (DIIS Copenhagen), with colleagues
  • 10:30–11:00 “The desire to control ‘crisis anxiety’- Migrants social positioning strategies in transnational spaces”, Inka Stock (University of Bielefeld)
  • 11:00–11:30 “Crisis that spans a life-time (and beyond): Parenting practices in displacement”, Magdalena Suerbaum (University of Bielefeld)
  • 11:30–12:00 Discussant note by Megha Amrith (MPI-MMG Göttingen)
  • 12:00–12:30 plenary round of reflection

12:30 lunch


DISENTANGLING THE MULTIPLICITY OF CRISES (PART III)

  • 14:00–14:30 “Trapped! Immobility and second flight in war-torn Ethiopia”, Magnus Treiber & Mulu Getachew Abebe (LMU München & Addis Ababa University)
  • 14:30–15:00 “The ‘crisis’ of migration: mobility norms in Africa”, Franzisca Zanker (ABI Freiburg)
  • 15:00–15:30 “Crisis as usual. Producing migration control policies in the long run in Niger”, Laura Lambert (ABI Freiburg)
  • 15:30–16:00 discussant note by Antje Missbach (University of Bielefeld)
  • 16:30–17:00 plenary round of reflection

19:00 dinner

 

Saturday, 11 November

  • 10:00 Round of discussion: where will we go next? Conferences, publication plans, joint applications?

12:00 departure


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