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'No border for us, but for the rest!' The Hungarian border regime and the de-humanization of migrants

'No border for us, but for the rest!' The Hungarian border regime and the de-humanization of migrants

by Professor Umut Korkut
Glasgow Caledonian University

May 16, 2019
10-12
Benedict Hall Bldg. Room 205

The presentation is based on research at the Hungarian/Serbian border funded by the European Council funded project RESPOND: Multilevel Governance of Migration in Europe and Beyond. Findings...

  • Reflect on both macro-political narrative analysis as well as ethnographic research covering the Southern Hungary and Northern Serbia including the Subotica refugee camp.
  • Reflect on intitutionalized and everyday racism that the border and migration controls have generated in the field.
  • Portray how Hungarian and EU migration governance can place human rights in peril.

Blogs:

https://www.respondmigration.com/blog-1/2018/11/29/how-are-syrian-families-in-turkey-affected-by-legal-regimesnbsp-preliminary-insights-from-fieldwork-in-istanbul

https://www.respondmigration.com/blog-1/sanliurfa

[UTEP logo] Sponsored by
Center for Inter American and Border Studies
Department of Political Science

Thursday, May 16 at 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM


Benedict Hall, Room 205

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