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Message posted on 14/02/2019

Final call for papers "Migrating and/as future-making" IUAES Poznan - Deadline tomorrow

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Call for Papers

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Panel "Migrating and/as future-making"

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organized by the IUAES commission for migration

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With a clear focus on the presence and the recent past, peoples=92 =20

futures and aspirations have been, until recently, neglected by studies = in anthropology. However, as Appadurai stated rightly, humans are = future-makers and future is a cultural fact. Appadurai=92s call for anthropologists to investigate the future by describing people=92s aspirations has received attention lately and brought forward a new debate on future = anthropologies and the future in anthropology.

A good case to understand people as future-makers is the study of = migration. Migrating individuals embark on a journey with certain aspirations. = These imaginings of their future are not merely abstract products of their consciousness, but are, according to D'Onofrio, embodied and embedded in their present actions. Our panel wants to pay attention to exactly these actions of future-making. Presentations may

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  • Practices of saving/insuring

  • Imaginations and working towards the =93good life=94

  • Social mobility

  • Precarity and downwards mobility

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Please send your abstracts until 15 February 2019!

https://www.iuaes2019.org/open-panels/

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The IUAES inter-congress under the theme "world solidarities" will take place in Poznan, Poland from 27-31 August 2019.

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We look forward to your abstracts!

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Juan Bustamante, Vinicius Kau=EA Ferreira, Sophia Thubauville

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Dr. Sophia Thubauville

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Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin und Leitung der V=F6lkerkundlichen = Bibliothek

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Frobenius-Institut

Norbert-Wollheim-Platz 1

60323 Frankfurt am Main

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Tel.: 069/ 798 33240

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Call for Papers Panel "Migrating and/as = future-making" organized by the IUAES commission for = migration  With a clear focus on the presence and the recent past, = peoples’=A0 futures and aspirations have been, until recently, = neglected by studies in anthropology. However, as Appadurai stated = rightly, humans are future-makers and future is a cultural fact. = Appadurai’s call for anthropologists to investigate the future by = describing people’s aspirations has received attention lately and = brought forward a new debate on future anthropologies and the future in = anthropology.A good case to understand people as future-makers is the = study of migration. Migrating individuals embark on a journey with = certain aspirations. These imaginings of their future are not merely = abstract products of their consciousness, but are, according to = D'Onofrio, embodied and embedded in their present actions. Our panel = wants to pay attention to exactly these actions of future-making. = Presentations mayinclude:- = Practices of saving/insuring- Imaginations and working towards the “good = life”- Social mobility- Precarity and downwards = mobility Please send your abstracts until 15 February = 2019!https://www.iuaes2019.org/open-panels/=  The IUAES inter-congress under the = theme "world solidarities" will take place in Poznan, Poland = from 27-31 August 2019. We look forward to your abstracts! Juan Bustamante, Vinicius Kau=EA Ferreira, Sophia = Thubauville **** Dr. Sophia = Thubauville Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin und = Leitung der V=F6lkerkundlichen Bibliothek Frobenius-InstitutNorbert-Wollheim-Platz = 160323 Frankfurt am = Main Tel.: 069/ 798 = 33240 www.frobenius-institut.dewww.afraso.org   ------=_NextPart_001_00FE_01D4C47B.59015CB0--

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