SYMPOSIUM WINTER 2018

Study Circle | Understanding Migration in Nordic and Baltic Countries

Symposium Theme | Representations of migration

Dates | February 2-4, 2018

Venue | University of Copenhagen,Denmark

Address | Njalsgade 80

 

                                                                  PROGRAM

Friday, February 2nd

13:00-14:00: Visit Trampoline House, Thoravej 7

15:00 – 15:30: Welcome, registration & introduction to NSU

15:30-16:15: Narges Ghandchi “The deontic version of one’s return to his homeland”

16:15-17:00: Erik Berggren “Is This the Time for Art?”

17:00-17:45: Irma Budginaite “Picturing intergenerational relations across borders: representations of Lithuanian migrants and their transnational family life in the Lithuanian media”

After 17:45 – Hotel check-in

20:00: Dinner with other circles, Spiseloppen, Bådsmandsstræde 43

 

Saturday, February 3rd

9:00-9:45: Gro Hellesdater Jacobsen “Representations of migration and “the migrant child” in Danish education policies”

9:45-10:30: Marta Laura Cenedese “Recreating the Everyday: Lynsey Addario, Finding Home and Syrian Refugees”

10:30-10:45: Kaffepause

10:45-11:45: Sine Plambech “Becky‘s Journey” (Film)

11:45-12:30: Line Steen Bygballe Jensen “Volunteering for change: A cultural analysis of grassroots volunteer networks in support of refugees in Berlin and Copenhagen”

12:30-13:30: Lunch

13:30-14:30: Elizabeth Glauser “The Culture of Paperwork Today” (Multimedia installation)

14:15-15:00: Sébastien Bachelet “Regards en Mouvement: Sharing Visual Stories of Migration”

15:00-15:45: Anna Wilczyńska “The Ongoing Danger of a Single Story. Challenges of Teaching Islam and Migration in Poland”

15:45-16:00: Kaffepause

16:00-17:00: Dario Bosio “On the Identity of a Tomato Picker” and “Of Hopes and Borders. (Photo)

17:00-18:00: Maren Wickwire “Together Apart” (Film)

20:30: Festive Dinner

 

Sunday, February 4th

9:00-10:00: Christian Rølla “You and me in different circumstances” (Photo)

10:00-10:45: Rikke Egaa Jørgensen & Ditte K. Shapiro “Navigating the demands and desires for employment: newcomers in municipal integration programs”

10:45-11:00: Kaffepause

11:00-11:45: Karol Wilczyński “Overcoming the fear. The role of religion and education in shaping the attitudes toward refugees in Poland”

11:45-12:45: Concluding discussions, Summer session & Evaluation

12:45-14:00: Lunch & Farewell

 

Practical information

Venue: University of Copenhagen, Njalsgade 80

Hotel: Comfort Hotel Vesterbro, Vesterbrogade 23-29, 1620 København

Coordinators:

Bremen Donovan & Stéphanie Barillé

migration@nsuweb.org / 00 354 894 9182

Local co-arranger: Carsten Friberg

 

About the Nordic Summer University

The Nordic Summer University (NSU) is a Nordic network for research and interdisciplinary studies. NSU is a nomadic, academic institution, which organizes workshop-seminars across disciplinary and national borders. Since it was established in 1950, Nordic Summer University has organized forums for cultural and intellectual debate in the Nordic and Baltic region, involving students, academics, politicians, and intellectuals from this region and beyond.

Decisions about the content and the organizational form of the NSU lay with its participants. The backbone of the activities in the NSU consists of its thematic study circles. In the study circles researchers, students and professionals from different backgrounds collaborate in scholarly investigations distributed regularly in summer and winter symposia during a three-year period.

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