Symposium: Seeing Like a Smuggler


In a world with an increasing asymmetrical access to freedom of movement in particular and to unequal access to labour, health care and education in general, those who find themselves in vulnerable conditions, rely on irregular services of accessing these rights. Whether for those migrants and refugees whose possibilities to claim asylum and residence have been drastically shrunk since early 1990s, or for border porters who carry heavy package of goods on their back across borders to earn an income, smuggling has been a social, political and economic endeavour that grows alongside the state and its border politics. Continue reading Symposium: Seeing Like a Smuggler

Design Anthropology of Borders – Masters and PhD Course

While borders of different kinds seem to be everywhere, yet some borders are more visible than others due to their design; some perform heavier than others due to their distinctive material qualities; some are more lethal than others because of the way they perform; some borders operate not only to repress but to produce different sorts of subject, wealth and capital and they do so due to their specific design and materiality. Continue reading Design Anthropology of Borders – Masters and PhD Course

After Deportation – Book Launch at Marabouparken

Shahram Khosravi presenterar sin nya bok After Deportation: Ethnographic Perspectives, som handlar om vad som händer med migranter och människor som nekats asyl efter att de deporterats. Vilka blir konsekvenserna av den påtvingade utvisningen? Vilka faror och utmaningar ställs de inför efter att de utvisats? Och vilka är deras möjligheter att skapa ett nytt liv på de platser de har skickats till? Continue reading After Deportation – Book Launch at Marabouparken