International conference : “Queerness and Gender Diversity in/to Migrations: Norms, Discourses and Control Mechanisms” — IFEA İstanbul, 26 avril 2024

En Anglais / In English

En hybride / Hybrid format

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La conférence internationale “Queerness and Gender Diversity in/to Migration : Norms, Discourses, and Control Mechanisms” vise à explorer l’impact de la surveillance sur la construction des sexualités dans les processus migratoires. Organisé par Öykü Aytaçoğlu (Université Paris 8), Tachfine Baida (Sciences Po Bordeaux), et Marien Gouyon (Université Aix-Marseille), cet événement s’inscrit dans le cadre des activités de l’axe “Migrations & Mobilités” (aMiMo) du pôle d’études contemporaines de l’IFEA. La conférence qui aura lieu le 26 avril 2024 à l’IFEA est généreusement soutenue par l’IFEA, le Centre de Recherches Sociologiques et Politiques de Paris (CRESPPA), l’Institut d’études de l’Islam et des sociétés du monde musulman (IISMM), et l’Institut Suédois de recherche à Istanbul (SRII).

 

The international conference “Queerness and Gender Diversity in/to Migration: Norms, Discourses, and Control Mechanisms” seeks to delve into the impact of surveillance on the construction of sexualities throughout migration processes. Organized by Öykü Aytaçoğlu (Université Paris 8), Tachfine Baida (Sciences Po Bordeaux), and Marien Gouyon (Université Aix-Marseille), this event is hosted as part of the activities of the “Migrations & Mobilities axis” (aMiMo) within IFEA’s Contemporary Studies Pole. Set to take place on April 26, 2024, the conference will convene at IFEA. It is generously supported by IFEA, the Center for Sociological and Political Research in Paris (CRESPPA), the Institute for the Study of Islam & Societies of the Muslim World (IISMM), and the Swedish Research Institute in Istanbul (SRII).

 

Sophia Zisakou (Lund University, Sweden): Affective (homo)Normativity in Queer Asylum Law

Muhammet Ali Keskin (Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Türkiye): The Other Dimension of Surveillance: The Struggle of LGBTI+ Migrants and Refugees in Removal Centres Across Turkey

Gabriel/le du Plessis (University of Warwick, UK): Waiting For My Future: Queer and Trans Encampment in Kenya’s Kakuma Refugee Camp

Marie Lunau (Roskilde University, Denmark) & Rieke Schröder (Aalborg University, Denmark): Navigating Surveillance in Queer Asylum: Narratives of Resistance in Germany and Denmark

Syed Taha Kaleem (Brandeis University, USA): Subverting Surveillance: Cruising as Resistance and Self-Expression in the Lives of Queer Migrants in Qatar

Zeynep Pınar Erdem & David Onen Ongwech (University of Bremen, Germany): Recognizing the Lived Realities and Political Agency of Forced Migrants with Diverse Sexual Orientations, Gender Identities and Expressions and Sex Characteristics (SOGIESC) in Uganda, Lebanon and Türkiye

John Marnell (University of Witwatersrand, South Africa): “I sucked a lot of dicks to get this place!”. Home-making and care practices among LGBTQ refugees in South Africa

Rabia Aslı Koruyucu (University of Göttingen, Germany): Intimate Re-Materialization of Türkiyeli Trans Subjectivities in Germany 

Nilofar Shidmehr (Simon Fraser University & University of British Columbia, Canada): Expressions of Freedom in Poetic Narratives of Iranian Queer Migrations

Mert Koçak (University of Cologne, Germany): Against Hierarchies of Deservingness: Queering Transnational (Im)Mobilities

Massinissa Garaoun (INALCO & EPHA & Languages and Cultures of Africa, France) & Malek Cheikh (AssiégéEs Magazine, France): Lūbya ma wəlla Tãniya, About the Identity Shifts Induced and/or Forced by the Migrations of Gender Minorities from the South to the West

B Camminga (Institute for Cultural Inquiry (ICI), Germany & African Centre for Migration and Society, Wits University, South Africa) & John Marnell (Wits University, South Africa) &  Nicola Mai (University of Leicester, UK): Reframing Queer and Trans Mobilities from the Global South 

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Chargé de diffusion scientifique (2024, 19 avril). International conference : “Queerness and Gender Diversity in/to Migrations: Norms, Discourses and Control Mechanisms” — IFEA İstanbul, 26 avril 2024. IISMM. Consulté le 20 mai 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/w8uw

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