Libuše is a PhD candidate and research assistant at the Institute of European Ethnology and Cultural Analysis at Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich (DE). Her PhD project is about human computation systems (HCS) in citizen science projects. The research focuses on the human-software interrelations and the impacts of HCS on our understanding of the daily spheres of play, work, and science. Mirjam is a PhD Candidate at the Department of Geography, Planning and Environment at Radboud University (NL). Her research project takes place between Germany, Denmark and Greece and focuses on im/mobility trajectories of refugees in the EU and forms of urban resistance to EU migration policies. In their joint research project Libuše and Mirjam explore the meanings of the status "Heimatlose Ausländer" and how people who at one point held this status experienced is and how it affected their everyday life and placemaking.

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