Imagining Borders, Race and Labor in Times of Crises: The Case of Europe
Siyaset Bilimi ve Kamu Yönetimi bölümümüzden Dr. Öğr. Üyesi Sibel Karadağ‘ın (2021/22 Mercator-IPC Fellow) düzenlediği “Imagining Borders, Race and Labor in Times of Crises: The Case of Europe” başlıklı panel 29 Eylül Cuma günü 10:00-13:30 saatleri arasında Karaköy’deki İstanbul Politikalar Merkezi’nde gerçekleşecek.
University of Bologna’dan Martina Tazzioli, University of Birmingham’dan Nando Sigona ve University of Haifa’dan Itamar Mann‘ın konuşmacı olarak katılacağı panel herkesin katılımına açık ve ücretsizdir.
10:00-10:15 Welcoming remarks / Sibel Karadağ
10:15-12:00 Martina Tazzioli, University of Bologna
Nando Sigona, University of Birmingham
Itamar Mann, University of Haifa
12:00-12:15 Coffee Break
Martina Tazzioli is Associate Professor in Geography at the University of Bologna. She is the author of “Border abolitionism: migration containment and the genealogies of struggles” (2023). The Making of Migration. The biopolitics of mobility at Europe’s borders (2019), Spaces of Governmentality: Autonomous Migration and the Arab Uprisings (2015) and co-author of Tunisia as a Revolutionised Space of Migration (2016). She is co-editor in chief of Politics Journal and on the editorial board of Political Geography- Open Research and of Radical Philosophy.
Nando Sigona is professor of International Migration and Forced Displacement and director of the Institute for Research into Superdiversity at the University of Birmingham, UK. Nando is a founding editor of the peer reviewed journal Migration Studies (Oxford University Press) and lead editor for Global Migration and Social Change book series by Bristol University Press. His work has appeared in a range of international academic journals, including Sociology, Social Anthropology, Antipode, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Identities, Citizenship Studies, International Migration Review and Ethnic and Racial Studies. He is author or editor of books and journal’s special issues including Becoming Adult on the Move (with Chase and Chatty, 2023), The Oxford Handbook of Superdiversity (with Meisnner and Vertovec, 2022) Undocumented Migration (with Gonzales, Franco and Papoutsi, 2019); Unravelling Europe’s ‘migration crisis’ (with Crawley, Duvell, Jones, and McMahon, 2017), Within and beyond citizenship (with Roberto G. Gonzales, 2017), The Oxford Handbook on Refugee and Forced Migration Studies (with Fiddian Qasmiyeh, Loescher and Long, 2014), and Sans Papiers. The social and economic lives of undocumented migrants (with Bloch and Zetter, 2014).
Itamar Mann is an Associate Professor at the University of Haifa, Faculty of Law, where he teaches and does research in the areas of public international law, political theory, human rights, migration and refugee law, and environmental law. Since the summer of 2021, he is the president of Border Forensics. Itamar has published in leading journals and edited volumes, and his monograph, Humanity at Sea: Maritime Migration and the Foundations of International Law, came out with Cambridge University Press in 2016. Alongside his academic work, he is a legal adviser at GLAN (Global Legal Action Network), where he advances strategic human rights litigation. Before moving to Haifa, Mann was a fellow at Georgetown Law Center, Washington DC. He holds an LLB (Tel Aviv University), LLM, and JSD degrees (Yale Law School). Itamar’s recent scholarship has focused on law and oceans and seas. In particular, on rescue vessels, both seaborne and airborne, with a recent project on how Greece has employed rescue equipment in a cruel practice of abandoning asylum seekers in the Aegean sea.