Sandra Ponzanesi and Koen Leurs are organising a colloquium at the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Science (KNAW) called ‘Connected migrants: encapsulation or cosmopolitanism’. The event will take place from 15-16 December 2016 at the seat of KNAW in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
This colloquium brings experts in the field together to acknowledge how boundary making and cosmopolitanisation operate simultaneously. It explores the social, cultural and political implications of migrant digital practices as grounded in everyday practice.
Academics can apply here (there is a 150 euro registration fee, maximum 50 participants in total).
In a masterclass, international experts Farida Vis, Kishonna Gray and Roopika Risam will equip participants with a solid theoretical grounding and methodological skill set to analyse migrant connectivity practices. The organisation also welcomes PhD students, early career researchers and advanced students interested in the topic to apply for this exciting masterclass preceding the colloquium on 14 December 2016 in Amsterdam. There is no fee for participating in the masterclass.
Interviews with contributors to the masterclass and colloquium will be posted here.
Sign up before 15 October 2016! Questions? Email Koen Leurs @ firstname.lastname@example.org.