Last week I had no time to tweet, luckily others were. Thanks so much to all our contributors! At the end of a long conference day we had an almost full house to introduce the handbook. You can now recommend the book to your Librarian! https://global.oup.com/academic/library-recommend/?Recommended_Product=The%20Oxford%20Handbook%20of%20Superdiversity&ISBN=9780197544938&lang=en&cc=us
Everyone interested to meet with other scholars interested in the intersection of STS & critical migration/border/security studies at @EASST2022Madrid and to know a bit more about MIGTEC, let's meet tomorrow, July 8, 12h30 for lunch. Meetingpoint: reception, 1st floor.
It has been a long way (literally) but just got my badge and bag, officially conferencing. Let's see what there is to learn! Prese ting tomorrow at 9 am and Sat at 10 am on Sat @STSeasst conferece https://easst2022.org/programpreliminary9.asp
So many new books out. And still soo much to say and research at the frontier of migration and digitalisation.
Just had the pleasure to comment on a forthcoming book on Data science for/and migration and mobility - I asked about the ethics beyond the data and there is still a lot to engage with.