The Migration Studies Working Group invites you to the discussion meeting on Border(lands), on February 3rd, 2017, 3.00-4.30pm, and we’d love for you to join.

We’ve chosen an article by Balibar: At the Border of Citizenship: A Democracy in Translation and select a chapter from Michel Agier, Borderlands: Toward an Anthropology of the Cosmopolitan Condition for our second discussion this semester. We’ve chosen this text with the hope that it appeals to people thinking about issues around borders and citizenship in different regions.

Prof. Shane of Moritz College of Law will be joining us briefly at the beginning of our discussion to talk about the Scholars Strategy Network, an initiative he is involved with which focuses on making academic work more accessible and effective, in terms of reaching broader audiences and impacting policy.