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Subject:

AHN kickoff workshop "Intersections of Humanitarianism", 01-03 November, Goettingen

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Carna Brkovic <[log in to unmask]>

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Dear colleagues,

We are thrilled to share the program of the AHN kickoff workshop
“Intersections of Humanitarianism”. The workshop is organized by EASA's
Anthropology of Humanitarianism Network (AHN) in cooperation with the
Centre for Global Migration Studies Goettingen (CeMIG).

It is supported by the Ministry of Science and Culture of Lower Saxony,
Council for European Studies at Columbia University, EASA, and CeMIG.

If you wish to join the workshop for the discussions, please register by 28
October by sending an email to cemig(at)uni-goettingen.de. No registration
is necessary for attending the keynote lecture.

The program is also available here:
https://www.easaonline.org/networks/ahn/events.shtml

and here: https://ahneasa.wordpress.com/





*Intersections of HumanitarianismAHN kickoff workshopConvention Centre by
the Observatory, Goettingen*

*Friday, 01 November*Arrival until 16h

16:00-17:00 Registration

17:00-18:00 Opening of the workshop

*Welcome*Sabine Hess (Georg-August University) and Jens Adam (Georg-August
University)

*Anthropology of Humanitarianism Network*Carna Brkovic (Georg-August
University) and Antonio De Lauri (Chr. Michelsen Institute, Bergen)

18:00-19:30
*Keynote talkElizabeth C. Dunn (Indiana University, Bloomington):
“Infrastructures of Refugee Arrival”*

20:00 Dinner at the restaurant “Apex Kultur”, Burgstr. 46


*Saturday, 02 November*

*09:00-10:45 Intersections between Humanitarianism, Voluntarism, and
Activism*Discussant: Sabine Hess (University of Goettingen)

Marie Sandberg (University of Copenhagen) and Synnøve Bendixsen (University
of Bergen): “Researching Volunteers Beyond Humanitarianism: Doubt,
Complexities of Hope and Melancholia”

Tess Altmann (University of Southampton): “Healing Charity’s Wounds?
Fairness, Gifting and Making Exceptions in an Australian Humanitarian
Foodbank”

Marijana Hamersak (Institute of Ethnology and Foklore Research):
“Humanitarianism and Activism: Reporting Push-Backs at the Balkan Route”

Ildiko Zakarias (Hungarian Academy of Sciences) and Margit Feischmidt
(Hungarian Academy of Sciences): “Refugee Solidarity Beyond Voluntary
Initiatives: Limitations and Potentials”


*10:45-11:15 Coffee break*

*11:15-13:00 Scaling Humanitarianism*Discussant: Carna Brkovic (University
of Goettingen)

Anne-Meike Fechter (University of Sussex): “‘Every Person Counts’: The
Problem of Scale in Everyday Humanitarianism”

Robin Vandevoordt (University of Oxford): “Subversive Humanitarianism.
Rethinking Refugee Solidarity Through Grass-Roots Initiatives”

Tom Widger (Durham University): “The humanitarian poor: Poverty, Charity,
and Community in Sri Lanka”

Jan Grill (University of Valle): “Encountering Compassion. Venezuelan
Migrants and Emerging Forms of Humanitarianism in Colombia”


*13:00-14:00 Buffet lunch*

*14:00-15:30 Humanitarianism and Militarization*Discussant: Antonio De
Lauri (Chr. Michelsen Institute, Bergen)

Luisa Enria (University of Bath): “‘Like January 6th’: Humanitarianism and
Militarisation in Sierra Leone’s Ebola Outbreak”

Pınar H. Şenoğuz (University of Goettingen), Ignacio Fradejas-García
(Autonomous University of Barcelona), Covagonda Murias Quintana: “Borders,
Infrastructures and Imaginations of Humanitarian Remoteness in Syrian
Crisis”

Andrea Steinke (Free University Berlin): “Humanitarianism, Development and
Security: MINUSTAH and the Triple Nexus in Haiti”


*15:30-16:00 Coffee break*

*16:00-17:30 Contemporary Experiments with Humanitarianism: Exploring the
Role of Consultants and Experts (roundtable)*Discussant: Michi Knecht
(University of Bremen)

Valeria Hänsel (University of Goettingen)
Hendrik Simon (IUVENTA Solidarity-At-Sea)
Shakira Bedoya (Danske Bank & ISO)


*Sunday, 03 November*

*09:00-10:45 Intersections Between Humanitarianism and Religion*Discussant:
Anne-Meike Fechter (University of Sussex)

Till Mostowlansky (The Graduate Institute Geneva): “Humanitarianism and
Muslim Networks in High Asia”

Ela Drazkiewicz (Maynooth University): “Moral Economy of Foreign aid: The
Catholic Dimension of Polish aid”

Alexander Horstmann (Tallin University): “An American Hero: Faith-Based
Emergency Health Care in Karen State, Myanmar”

Emina Osmandzikovic: “Experience from the Field: Humanitarian Assistance
and Islam in Saudi Arabia”


*10:45-11:15 coffee break*

*11:15-13:00 Intersections Between Humanitarianism, Human Rights, and the
State*Discussant: Jens Adam (University of Goettingen)

Jessica Greenberg (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign): “Sovereign
Bodies: Evidence, Jurisdiction and State Responsibility at the European
Court of Human Rights”

Tomas Ledvinka (Charles University): “Negotiating ‘Traditional identity’ in
Re-Localised Humanitarian Space: The Orientalisation of Yemeni Immigrants
in the Contemporary Czech Asylum Regime”

Eda Sevinin (Central European University): “Upholding Statist Discourses
Through Benevolence: Material and Discursive Practices of
Islamically-Oriented Humanitarian Networks in Turkey”

Susanne Schmelter (University of Goettingen): “Migration Struggles along
the Humanitarian Border. Syrian Displacement in Lebanon and Ways to Travel
to Europe”


*Buffet lunch: 13:00-14:00*

*14:00-15:45 (Decolonizing) Transnational Humanitarianism*Discussant: Ela
Drazkiewicz (University of Maynooth)

Yasin Emre Kucukkaya (Middle East Technical Uni METU): “Decolonizing the
Transnational Humanitarian Governance: A Critical Discourse Analysis of the
Emergency Social Safety Net (ESSN) Program in Turkey”

Maria Lidola (University of Konstanz): “Beyond Duty, Solidarity and Crisis:
Care, Temporality and Sensitive Encounters in Cuba’s International Medical
Cooperation with Brazil”

Romana Pozniak (Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research):
“Autoethnography of Humanitarian Work – Between Voluntarism,
Humanitarianism and Research “

Ekatherina Zhukova (University of Copenhagen): “Private Humanitarian
Responses to Disaster Vulnerabilities: The Chernobyl Children from Belarus
in Italy”


*15:45-16:15 Coffee break*
16:15-17:30 Future of the AHN: synergies, panels, publications, research
projects, meetings
Chairs: Carna Brkovic (Georg-August University), Antonio De Lauri (Chr.
Michelsen Institute, Bergen), and Jelka Gunther (CeMIG)


Organizing Team:
Jens Adam
Carna Brkovic
Antonio De Lauri
Sabine Hess

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