Border Talks | 03 March 2020

Event Description:

The Border Talks series seeks to frame conceptual approaches to borders and explore engagements with spaces of mobility/immobility, imaginaries of closure or opening, and acts of resistance. Join us on Tuesday, March 3rd for the second installment of the series co-sponsored by Liberal Studies, New York Center for Global Asia, and the NYU Migration Network.

Dina M. Siddiqi (Liberal Studies) "Bordering Practices and the Making of Muslim Bodies"

Natasha Iskander (Wagner School of Public Policy) "How the Border Splits the Body"

Jini Kim Watson (English and Comparative Literature) "Genres of the Borderscape: Behrouz Boochani and Australia's Offshore Detention ‘Regime’" 

Vasuki Nesiah (Gallatin School of Individualized Study)"Spatial Imaginaries of Closure"

Marie Cruz Soto (Gallatin School of Individualized Study) "Borders of Colonialism: Puerto Rico and the US"


Border Talks is a series featuring two unique installments. For more information on the panelists and talks of the first installment click here.

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