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Migrant Digitalities. Data Circulation, Destitution and the Politics of Dispersal

Swansea University - Singleton Park Campus - Wallace Building, room 218.

9:15 Opening remarks (Dave Clarke, Head of Geography department)

9:30 Introduction Martina Tazzioli and Glenda Garelli

10-11:40 Panel 1: Data circulation, value and preventive control (chaired by Marcus Doel, Swansea University)

Claudia Aradau (King’s College) Habeas data: Mobility, circulation, datafication

Sergei Shubin (Swansea University) Measuring and representing migration: the number, territory and overcoding of East-West movements in Europe

Stephan Scheel (Goldsmiths College) Cyber-deportability, regime-collisions and the datafication of migration management

Jen Bagelman (Exeter University) Migrant digitalities& sanctuary solidarities

Louise Amoore (Durham University) Smart/Borders: When all Connections are Possible Correlations

11; 40-11;50: Break

11:50-13:15 Discussion coordinated by Martina Tazzioli and Glenda Garelli

13:15-14:15 Lunch break

14:15-15:40 Panel 2: the politics of migrant dispersal (chaired by Angharad Closs-Stephens, Swansea University)

William Walters (Carleton University) Deportation infrastructure

Elena Fontanari (University of Milan) Divide et impera. The case of Lampedusa in Berlin’s protest and its fragmentation between Italy and Germany

Jonathan Darling (Manchester University) Dispersal and the politics of discomfort

Lauren Martin (Durham University) Control through Cashlessness: Carceral Geographies of Refused Asylum-seeker support in the UK.

16-16; 15: Coffee break

16;15-17:39 Discussion coordinated by Glenda Garelli and Martina Tazzioli

17:30-17:45 Conclusion

Event organised by Martina Tazzioli (Swansea University) and Glenda Garelli (De Paul University).

Funded by Cherish.de (http://cherish-de.uk/de_network/) and with the support of Geography Department and of the Centre for Migration Policy Research.


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