We welcome research presentations on trajectories of multiple displacements and emplacements across political boundaries, be them historical labor-related flows under empires, contemporary displacements related to war, politics, environment, economy, or a combination of any of the above.
This panel aims to bring together ethnographic research, anthropological-inspired historical research and conceptual developments addressing trajectories of displacement and emplacement across political boundaries. We encourage participants to present case-studies of multiple displacements -- migrations and re-migrations of laborers across economic and political systems; war or environment refugees; forced and semi-forced labor flows across empires; enslaved, indentured and contract labor situations; etc. We welcome different analytical approaches to the relationship between movement and the production of identities, bodies, racializations, hierarchies and other social experiences.
Nicholas Miller (University of Lisbon)
Cristiana Bastos (Universidade de Lisboa)
Łukasz Kaczmarek (Adam Mickiewicz University)
Josee Huennekes (Swinburne University of Technology)
Karina Boggio (Udelar)