Description: Studying state transformation, borders, migration, and subject formation can place researchers in ambiguous and difficult positions. We research "on the move," both because our research subjects move and change, and because our reflexive methodologies change and adapt to our research contexts. In addition, researching migration, asylum, and mobility through embodied methodologies requires close attention to liminality, silence, and experiences of dislocation. This workshop explores the methods and methodologies through which we approach our research. These methods are risky, but make room for great creativity and surprises. This workshop will provide a supportive environment in which to discuss both. The goal is share, receive and provide feedback on early work.
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Last updated: 28.9.2015