The Movement of People as Crisis: Workshop
Wednesday, February 13, 2019, 01:00pm - 04:30pm
Workshop “The Movement of Peoples as Crisis: Political, Economic, and Cultural Causes and Responses”
Wed., Feb. 13, 1-4:30 pm, AB (West) 6051
cosponsored with Rutgers Global
Panel I 1-2:30 Moving “Home”: Culture, Economics, Policy
Ethel Brooks (Rutgers WGS/Sociology), “Encampments: Romani Visions and Europe’s Future“
Danielle Willard-Kyle (Rutgers History), “A Temporary Home: Displaced Persons Camps in Postwar Italy”
Ileana Nachescu (Rutgers WGS), “Transnational Eastern Europe: A Personal & Political & Intersectional History”
Moderator, Belinda Davis (Rutgers History)
Panel II 3-4:30 Whose Crisis?: Politics, War, Memory
Nikolas Kosmatopoulos (Beirut/Rutgers CES), "On the Shores of Politics: Crisis and Dissensus in the contemporary Mediterranean"
Sadia Abbas (Rutgers Newark English), “Movement and the Constitution of Space: A View from Molivos, Lesbos"
Yasmine Khayyat (Rutgers AMESALL), TBD
Moderator, Eric Davis (Rutgers Poli Sci)