The Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility hosts an annual lecture series, and co-sponsors events of a varied array of topics.
Upcoming Events- Spring & Summer 2017
May 11th @ 6PM- Zolberg Institute cosponsors launch of “At Sea”, the Spring/Summer 2017 issue of WSQ: Women’s Studies Quarterly. “At Sea” examines the gendered dimensions of the contemporary global migrant crisis, maritime violence, and environmental destruction. Room 104, 2 West 13th St. RSVP here.
May 15th @ 7PM- “A Day In the Life of a Syrian Refugee” presentation with Dr. Ingi Soliman (co-hosted with the NSSR Clinical Psychology department). UL105, 63 5th Avenue. RSVP here.
May 16th @ 2PM- “Sanctuary Cities, Freedom Cities: A Conversation” webinar with experts from ACLU, Center for Community Change, Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs, & The New School. RSVP here.
Past Events- Spring 2017
April 27th @4pm – Zolberg IRC Fellowship Information Session (Students & Faculty Only). Room U304, 63 Fifth Avenue (contact email@example.com) for more information.
April 19th @ 6pm – Susan Coutin – Exiled Home: Salvadoran Transnational Youth in the Aftermath of Violence. Wolff Conference Room (Room D1103), 11th Floor, 6 East, 16th Street.
April 10th @ 6pm – Elaine Lynn-Ee Ho – Conceptualising ”Contemporaneous Migration” through China’s Global Connections. Wolff Conference Room (Room D1103), 11th Floor, 6 East, 16th Street.
March 06th @ 6pm – Claire Thomas and Nina Siulc – Roundtable on Youth Deportation. Wolff Conference Room (Room D1103), 11th Floor, 6 East, 16th Street.
February 13th @ 6pm – Fonna Forman and Teddy Cruz – Cross-Broder Community Stations: Co-Producing Knowledge at the US-Mexico Border. Klein Conference Room (Room A510), 5th Floor, 66 West, 12th Street.
Spring 2017 co-sponsored events
April 17 – Radical Skin/Moderate Masks
April 4 – Casablanca at 75: A refugee story
March 9 – Sanctuary: A screening and a debate
March 2 – Indigeneity, Stack, Sovereignty
March 1 – The Trump Executive Orders on Immigration and Refugees: A legal and policy discussion. Check out hte podcast here.
February 13 – Post-Human, Affect, Proliferation
February 3 to April 17 – Exception State/Estado de Excepción
Past Fall 2016 Lecture Series events
December 12th @ 6pm – Natasha Iskander – Bonded: Migrant Workers, Global Capitalism, and the Rise of Unfreedom. Wolff Conference Room (Room 1103), 11th Floor, 6 East, 16th Street.
October 20th @ 6.30pm – Mobility in Post-Democracy Seminar Series launch event with keynote address by Wendy Brown – Neoliberalism, Financialization, and Democracy: Ten Theses. The Auditorium, 66 West 12th Street.
September 20th @ 6pm – Heike Drotbohm – Exploring contradictory politics of displacement: São Paulo’s humanitarianism and occupy movements. Wolff Conference Room (Room 1103), 11th Floor, 6 East, 16th Street.
Past Fall 2016 co-sponsored events
November 04 – Latinx
October 24 – Rigth to Refusal
September 13 – What We See: Stories from the Global Refugee Crisis