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Surveillance on the Border. Migrants’ and Migrant-Aid Workers’ Perceptions of State Surveillance in the US-Mexico Borderlands

Zoom Workshop with Bryce Newell (University of Oregon), June 15, 2020, 4pm

22.05.2020

Zoom Workshop with Bryce Newell (PhD, JD, University of Oregon). He will talk about "Surveillance on the Border. Migrants’ and Migrant-Aid Workers’ Perceptions of State Surveillance in the US-Mexico Borderlands".

When

Monday,  June, 15 2020, 4pm

Registration

Interested guests are very welcomed! For resgistration please contact:
baerbel.harju@lmu.de


For Preparation

Newell, Bryce Clayton/Gomez, Ricardo/Guajardo Verónica: Sensors, Cameras, and the New 'Normal' in Clandestine Migration: How Undocumented Migrants Experience Surveillance at the U.S.-Mexico Border. In: Surveillance & Society 15/1 (2017), S. 21–41.

Find out more

https://www.sfb1369.uni-muenchen.de/veranstaltungen/aktuell/surveillance-on-the-border/index.html

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