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    Mardi 22 mai 2018 - 18:00
    Tuesday 22 May 2018 - 6 p.m

    Anti-migrant Affects and Narratives in Times of Crisis

    Leticia Sabsay London School of Economics and Political Science
    Karma R. Chávez University of Texas

    British School at Athens - Souidias 52
     
    Οrganisé par la British School at Athens (BSA) et l’École française d’Athènes (EFA), en collaboration avec le British Institute at Ankara (BIAA), et financé par le réseau Balkan Futures et l’EFA

    Programme 2018
     

    As “right-wing populism,” neofascism, and other far right political formations gain recognition and political power across the Western world, questions regarding belonging, citizenship and borders come to the fore. Moments such as this also conjure concerns regarding the role of affect, emotion, and narrative in political discourse; questions about democracy as a form of governance; and the creation and practice of modes of resistance. Crisis moments create scapegoats, targets and abject populations; foremost among these groups are migrants. This conversation explores the kind of work that migration- as a signifier, discourse, and literal process of movement- is capable of doing politically in times of crisis.
     

     

     
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