Enduring Uncertainty: Deportation, Punishment and Everyday Life
May30

Enduring Uncertainty: Deportation, Punishment and Everyday Life

Being deportable but not yet deported: what happens when the state is seeking to remove unwanted foreign nationals but is not yet able to do so?

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Call for contribution: The Good Life in the City

How should one live in the city? In the context of the conference, the organising team wants to approach the ‘good life in the city‘ through three theoretical aspects: (1) conflicts around the ‘good’ city, (2) social creativity and (3) subject formation. The conference will take place from 16 to 18th June 2016 at LMU Munich and will be held bilingual (English/German). Deadline for abstracts is the 20th of January 2016.

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And when the welcoming is over?
Dec19

And when the welcoming is over?

In September 2015, Munich’s central train station came to international media attention as a site of arrival for thousands of refugees. After an exhausting and often dangerous journey, this was their first step into Germany. But what happens after the welcome? Younus, Shadi and Eyob tell their stories of arriving: three voices against the ongoing problematization of migration.

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Submit a picture story and win a spot in a two-day multimedia storytelling workshop with Transformations

You have many stories to tell, but you don’t quite know how? Send us a picture and an accompanying story and win a spot in a two-day workshop on multimedia storytelling held in Munich, 23-24 October, 2015.

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Submit a picture story and win a spot in a two-day multimedia storytelling workshop with Transformations

You have many stories to tell, but you don’t quite know how? Send us a picture and an accompanying story and win a spot in a two-day workshop on multimedia storytelling held in Munich, 23-24 October, 2015.

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Beggars not wanted: a chronology of the exclusion of ‘poverty immigrants’ in Munich

On 20th of August 2014, the city of Munich enacted a ban on begging in its downtown area with the intention of tackling so-called ‘forced begging’. The ban is, however, primarily targeting and outlawing so-called ‘poverty immigrants’ from Romania and Bulgaria. What kind of exclusionist logics are underlying this ban?

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