With Prof. Shalini Randeria and Prof. Wolfgang Kaschuba
How do we navigate the world? We seem to naturally structure our environment and everyday life, as well as our geography of the world, according to specific patterns. But these patterns of order do not always appear to be helpful – they may also hinder us. How do we deal with this ambivalence of movement and order, of openness and boundaries? The question of mobility and migration, of borders, boundaries and movement has become increasingly relevant in light of the current political developments. The Berlin Correspondence Series brings together the social anthropologist Shalini Randeria, head of the renowned Institute for Human Sciences (Vienna) and ethnologist Wolfgang Kaschuba, director of the Berlin Institute for Integration and Migration Research at Humboldt University, on the (dis-) order of boundaries to challenge our perspectives on international migratory movements.
This event will be translated simultaneously (EN/GER)
Berlin Correspondence is a Matinée-Series of the Gorki Forum and the Humboldt University Berlin in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.