How does migration enact Europe?
This question can be answered legally and politically, as most policy-makers, sociologists and journalists are doing. Or, it can be answered technically.
On the 27th of July 2018, Processing Citizenship will organize a panel at the bi-annual European Association for the Study of Science and Technology conference in Lancaster. The panel is titled “The European Other as site of institutional experiment. Articulating frictions in infrastructures for processing alterity” and is co-convened by PC’s Principal Investigator.
Processing Citizenship at the World Conference of the Association for Borderland Studies in Vienna: Panel on the Datafication of Border and Migration Management
Post-doctoral Researcher Dr. Stephan Scheel has organized a panel at the upcoming 2ndWorld Conference of the Association for Borderland Studies. The conference will take place at the University of Vienna and the Central European University in Budapest from 10thto 14thof July 2018. The contributions to the panel all concern the ongoing technologisation and datafication of…
Processing Citizenship at the University of Oxford for the workshop “Deconstructing Biometric Refugee Registration”
PhD Candidate Wouter Van Rossem, will represent the Processing Citizenship project at a workshop organized by the University of Oxford called “Deconstructing Biometric Regugee Registration” this Friday, 15 June 2018. The workshop is hosted by the Refugee Studies Centre. Among the speakers: Shane O’Brien, Registration Officer (Identity Management), UNHCR Dr Anja Simonsen, Biometrics Border Worlds…