14 september: Paneldiskussion - Colonialism and Modern Social Theory. Öppet seminarium.
Book presentation by visiting professors Gurminder Bhambra, University of Sussex, and John Holmwood, University of Nottingham. Commentary by REMESO professors Peo Hansen and Claudia Tazreiter. Moderator: Stefan Jonsson.
28 september: “Taurus in the Arena of Life: Toussaint L'Overture's "Grievous Error" and Black Radical Ruptures in the Wake of Slavery and Colonialism”. Öppet seminarium.
James R. Walker, PhD, ADN, Honors Program, DePaul University, Chicago.
The seminar will discuss Walker's essay, "COVID-19 and Dreams of a Radical Re-visioning of Global Health Engagement," and it´s suggestion to re-vision our engagement with global health inequity through the work of Black Radicals C. L. R. James, Walter Rodney, Paul Gilroy, and Christina Sharpe.
12 oktober: “The concept of race.” Öppet seminarium.
Discussion on Loïc Wacquant’s article “Resolving the Trouble with ’Race’” (2022), which suggests a new notion of ethnicity and race and problematizes the idea of structural racism. Introductory comments by Anna Bredström and Anders Neergaard. Participants prepare by reading Wacquant’s text, which will be pre-circulated.
19 oktober: Geographies of Commemoration in a Digital World: Anzac @ 100. Öppet seminarium.
Danielle Drozdzewski, Dep. of Human Geography, Stockholm University.
Danielle Drozdzewski will talk about her reccent book, co-authored with Shanti Sumartojo and Emma Waterton, and the suggestion that the digital constitutes opportunities to influence how we remember. She will moreover introduce a new epistemology of memory, which tackles the complexity of geographies of commemoration. Integral to her approach has been an embodied and mindful cognisance of positions within/on memory research (including about Anzac).
26 oktober: Boksläpp: Contending Global Apartheid: Transversal Solidarities and Politics of Possibility
Carl-Ulrik Schierup, professor emeritus, REMESO, presents his new book, co-authored with Martin Bak Jörgensen (Brill 2022). Introduction will be circulated beforehand. Commentary by Stefan Jonsson, REMESO.
9 november: “The Legal Expriences of Turkish Women Migrants in Sweden”. Öppet seminarium.
Duygu Hatipoglu Aydin, REMESO guest researcher, Associate Professor at Hacettepe University, Faculty of Law, Ankara.
16 november: 60%-seminarium. Arbetsseminarium.
Asher Goldstein. Extractive Indifference: Ignoring Canadian plunder at home and abroad. 60-percent seminar on PhD thesis.
30 november: 60%-seminarium. Arbetsseminarium.
Rudeina Mkdad, REMESO. 60-percent seminar on PhD thesis.
7 december: ”Feeling difference: Race, migration, and the affective infrastructure of a Danish detention camp”. Öppet seminarium.
Annika Lindberg, School of Global Studies, University of Gothenburg. Guest seminar with REMESO International Graduate School.
14 december: “A fundamental contradiction? Immigrant workers and xenophobic opinions in Swedish blue collar trade unions”. Arbetsseminarium.
Anders Neergaard, REMESO.
18 januari: “Late Capitalist Fascism”. Öppet seminarium.
Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen, Dep. of Arts and Cultural Studies, Copenhagen University. Rasmussen will give a presentation based on his new book Late Capitalist Fascism, (Polity Press, 2021)
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25 januari: Öppet seminarium.
Oncemore Mbeve, African Centre for Migration and Society, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, REMESO Visiting PhD candidate.
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