The workshop “Care, Criticism, Correction? Engaging with migration & crime control infrastructures” will be held next November 14, at 11.30 in the Institute of Education auditorium, with Nisha Kapoor and Tomás Criados.
Nisha Kapoor of the University of Warwick will talk about the racisms of Europe’s frontiers: thinking through
criminalization, border policing, and the possibilities for social justice. Tomas Criado, of the Humboldt University of Berlin, developed the theme “Engaging with care, troubling interventions”.
Nisha Kapoor is Assistant Professor in Sociology at the University of Warwick, UK. She was awarded an ESRC Future Research Leaders Award, 2015-18, entitled ‘Race, Citizenship and the State in the Context of the War on Terror’.
Tomás Criado is Senior Researcher at the Chair of Urban Anthropology of the Department of European Ethnology, Humboldt-University of Berlin, Germany. Working at the crossroads of Anthropology and STS, he has developed a particular concern around care and technical democracy interventions in urban infrastructures and city-making.