We would like to warmly thank you, dear reviewers, chairs, speakers and audience members for making the conference into what we hoped it could be.
In the coming period, we will release recordings of events after we’ve obtained explicit permission from speakers involved.
For now, the keynotes of prof. Engin Isin, prof. Larissa Hjorth and prof. Nicholas de Genova are available, see the tab ‘recordings’.
Renée van den Kerkhof has visualized the following plenary moments as another modality of translating discussions we’ve had so far.
On 21 April, we opened the day in a small circle, with a PhD workshop facilitated by Nishant Shah and Saskia Witteborn, organized by Melis Mevsimler and Philipp Seufferling
The first keynote by Paul Gilroy, April 21, 2021, titled ‘Do the Wogs still begin at Calais’ as visualized by Renée van den Kerkhof
On day two of the conference, the second keynote by Larissa Hjorth, took place.
This keynote, titled ‘Digital kinship. Understanding intergenerational care at a distance’ too was visualized by Renée van den Kerkhof
The keynote by Engin Isin, ‘Digital citizens yet to come’, was visualized by Renée van den Kerkhof as follows.
The keynote by Saskia Witteborn, ‘Transgressive Speech – Digital Surveaillance and the Limits of Diasporic Communication’, was visualized by Renée van den Kerkhof as follows.
The keynote by Nicholas de Genova,’Migration and the Antinomies of Mobility’, was visualized by Renée van den Kerkhof as follows.
The panel discussions were visually summarized as follows:
Accces the pdf of the program here, . The book of abstracts can be downloaded via this link.
Ours was a synchronous conference, scheduled in the local time of Amsterdam, the Netherlands (this is the CEST timezone, Central European Summer Time), using the Zoom platform.
Warm wishes, the conference team.