Open access Antipode papers on “Migration and the Refugee Crisis” to link to virtual roundtable discussion on this theme.
Antipode’s publisher, Wiley, runs a great philosophy blog – The Philosopher’s Eye. This Friday, 16 October, they will be hosting what they’re calling a “virtual roundtable discussion” on migration and the refugee crisis.
On the panel will be:
Immanuel Ness – activist and professor of political science at CUNY’s Brooklyn College, and editor-in-chief of The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration (Wiley, 2013), Ness’ research focuses on labour, urban political economy, migration, imperialism, and social mobilizations, worker insurrections, strikes and solidarity;
Serena Parekh – professor of philosophy at Northeastern University, and author of Hannah Arendt and the Challenge of Modernity: A Phenomenology of Human Rights (Routledge, 2008), Parekh’s research interests include feminist theory, continental philosophy, the philosophy of human rights, and justice, responsibility and refugees; and
To join the discussion (registration is…
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