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Ciné-débat : Tes droits migrent avec toi

Présentation à Mexico par Françoise Lestage de son film documentaire "Tes droits migrent avec toi" (Tus derechos migran contigo). Commentatrice : Cristina Oehmichen, enseignante-chercheuse à l'Institut de Recherches Anthropologiques de la UNAM.

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29 November 2022

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  • Postcolonial migrations – heritages, specificities, mobilizations: 2023 IMISCOE Spring Conference
    Event organised by: Unité de Recherche Migrations Sociétés (URMIS), University Côte d’Azur (Nice).15-17 of March 2023 (hybrid event in Nice & online) Deadline for paper submissions: 9th of December 2022 (23:59 CET) […]
  • Slafnet Workshop at the International Slavery Museum, Mauritius
    Launch of a pilot project: ‘Inventory of Materials on slave trade, slavery, indenture and other forms of unfree labour in the Southwest Indian Ocean’ and Online Workshop on ‘Towards an Intercontinental slave trade and slavery database for Mauritius and the region? […]
  • Presentation of the research group “Crises, violence, uncertainty”

    Coordination: Sabrina Melenotte and Nicolas Puig 

    This research group proposes to reflect on the way in which the social sciences make it possible to think about innovative approaches to extreme and massive violence, deaths and disappearances (forced or not), and other more latent ones that creep into everyday practices and imaginations. It aims to understand the multiple expressions of violence in order to make it an object of study that varies according to the context and covers very different situations…

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  • Theme 1. Migration and circulation
    In the previous five-year period, Urmis researchers addressed the mobility of people and scientific, cultural and technical circulations in two different areas. The approaches to the mobility of people (theme 1) were rather influenced by a transnational perspective (or that of the ‘new migrations’) which, since the 1990s, seemed to allow us to go beyond the framework of nation-states to address an increasingly assertive interconnection between places and individuals that […]
  • Theme 2. Fabrications of alterity: racial issues and discrimination
    The Urmis is widely recognised in France and abroad for its work on interethnic relations and the analysis of the fabric of alterity. In the previous five-year period, the laboratory emphasised a constructivist approach ‘which considers the ethnic and racial dimensions of collectivities and personal identifications as integrally relational and contextual social productions, and is interested in their relevance as categories of practice used in situations of conflict, control mechanisms […]
  • Theme 3. Power and belonging
    Theme 3 of the Urmis is part of the evolution of the laboratory and the extension of its scientific perimeter (new Cs and ECs, reinforcement of pluridisciplinarity). These new collaborations create a synergy that invites us to reinforce and give greater visibility to the question of power in our work on migration and situations of co-presence. The appearance of this third theme in the project announces the strengthening of this […]
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