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Message posted on 26/11/2019

Mobility-related panels at EASA2020

Dear members of AnthroMob,

the list of accepted panels for the EASA 2020 conference under the theme “New anthropological horizons in and beyond Europe” has been published. The call for papers and labs will open on December 2, 2019 and close on January 20, 2020. Please consider submitting a paper or lab and join us in Lisbon in July!

Here is a list of panels that may be of interest for scholars working on im/mobilities:

P063 Everyday mobilities and circulation of people, things and ideas: Expanding the concept of technology from what makes us mobile [ANTHROMOB]

Convenors: Guilherme Fians (University of Manchester) Jérémie Voirol (Graduate Institute ) Diego Valdivieso (The University of Manchester)

P010 Animate Mobilities: Troubling Social, Ecological and Biological Boundaries [HOLB network panel]

Convenors: Aníbal Arregui (University of Barcelona) Sara Asu Schroer (University of Aberdeen) Bettina Stoetzer (MIT)

P017 Spaces of Ageing - New Horizons of Mobility and Materiality in Later Life [Age and Generations Network]

Convenors: Anamaria Depner (University of Heidelberg) Anna Wanka (Goethe University Frankfut) Cordula Endter (German Centre for Gerontology) P032 Migrants and the State in and beyond Europe

Convenors: Iris Sportel (Radboud University Nijmegen) Jessica Carlisle (Goldsmiths, University of London)

P035 Border Externalization: Trajectories and future directions for the study of dis/un/re-placed borders

Convenors: Sebastian Cobarrubias Baglietto (ARAID/Universidad de Zaragoza) Maribel Casas-Cortes (Wenner Gren Anthropological Foundation) Paolo Cuttitta (Université Paris 13)

P074 Migration and Transnational Social Networks in Europe and the Americas

Convenors: Jonathan Hill (Southern Illinois University) Vytis Ciubrinskas (Vytautas Magnus University) P104 Visual Insights in a World on the Move [VANEASA]

Convenors: Felicia Hughes-Freeland (SOAS) Beate Engelbrecht (Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity) P105 The Materiality of Migration: From 'bare necessities' to 'promising things'

Convenors: Antonie Fuhse (Georg-August-University Göttingen) Andrea Lauser (University of Goettingen) Sarah Mallet (University of Oxford) P125 Horizons of ageing in and beyond Europe: later life experiences in a (im)mobile world [Age and Generations Network]

Convenors: Marta Scaglioni (Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca) Dora Sampaio (Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity)

P153 Securitization of mobility within the UK-EU-Schengen area

Convenors: Cecilia Vergnano (University of Amsterdam) Ioana Vrabiescu (University of Amsterdam) P175 Autostop's Early 21st Century Horizons in Europe and Beyond: Value, Sharing and Exchange in Mobilities/Motilities Research

Convenors: Patrick Laviolette (New Europe College / UCL) Jacqueline Holler (University of Northern British Columbia) P181 Religion, (im)mobilities and citizenship in the face of populism

Convenors: José Mapril (Center for Research in Anthropology (CRIA), Universidade Nova de Lisboa) Guillermo Martín-Sáiz (Washington University in St. Louis) Cristina Rocha (Western Sydney University)

For anything we’ve missed, please send a message to the list!

We would also like to take the opportunity to remind you of our AnthroMob Bibliography, to which you are warmly invited to add your publications (via this link)!

We look forward to seeing you in Lisbon next year, Best wishes Anthromob team __


Fabiola Mancinelli (Barcelona) Silvia Wojczweski (Lausanne) Anna Lisa Ramella (Cologne)

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