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#463 Free movement of goods and… servants

As an ethnographer dealing with migration and reflecting state effect’s notions by those who moved from Poland after it’s EU accession in 2004 , I’m sensitive about Public Culture’s actors rationalisations of demographic and migration phenomena and resulting policies. These...
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#452 Young academics’ mobility. Compromises in the present for the sake of desired future.

Graduates of doctoral studies face hard choice regarding their future. Those wishing to continue career inside academia usually need to apply on postdoctoral researcher positions to many universities or research institutes. Given that there are few positions opened each year,...
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#446 Hope, Waiting and Mobility: Migrant Movement as In-betweenness

Drawing on the ethnographic fieldwork in Serbia in 2015 and 2016 and in migrant destinations countries in 2017, this paper aims to analyze the intertwined relations between hope, waiting and mobility. Migrants flee violence, terror, poverty, and social injustice, but...
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#433 (Im) mobility and the relationship between class, ethnicity, religion, gender and nationality

In many societies in the world, women are perceived as vulnerable, they are not in the public spaces and their voices are completely absent from the political system. Not only in society itself, but the mobility of women is also...
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#432 It's Only a Matter of Time: The Affects of Temporal (Im)Mobility in an Urban Travellers’ Camp

Irish Travellers, as their name might suggest, are regularly portrayed as a mobile group par-excellence. Although their cultural identity is founded on a history of mobility, the Traveller family I researched made concerted efforts to fight eviction and remain in...
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#251 The "ritual of Suspens": enabling the deployment of an Invulnerable French military unit by the creation of its own temporality.

Currently doing a thesis in anthropology at the Lyon2 University on the interactions stakes between military doctor and military patient which developed an operational disability of psychological origin, I have already carried out a first ethnography with a French military...
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#172 Romani Castle as (Im)mobile Architecture

In the post-communist Romania, peculiar looking houses came to be constructed. People began calling them as “castel (castle)” of the Roma. They are the houses of the Căldărari Roma, who had led nomadic lives dealing with metals but were deported...
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#100 Spending Money versus Spending Time: The Unequal Costs of Free Public Transportation in Luxembourg

On February 29, 2020, Luxembourg became the first country in the world to institute fare-free public transportation, a policy hailed as a step toward equalizing access to mobility. While the measure allows transit users to save money, the amount of...
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#21 Ageing in the aftermath of EU’s “free mobility”. Migrants from Central- and Eastern European (CEE) countries in Sweden.

EU migrants in Sweden have been considered a non-problematic group, as “free moving”, taking care of their welfare with paid labour, and eventually returning to their home countries. However, many migrants from EU countries develop strong bonds to Sweden and...