Leonardo Schiocchet - Christine Nölle-Karimi - Monika Mokre (Eds.)


AGENCY AND TUTELAGE IN FORCED MIGRATION

Selected contributions | ROR-n blog (2016-2019)

ISSN 2707-8752
Print Edition
ISSN 2707-8760
Online Edition



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  Institute for Social Anthropology
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Agency and Tutelage in Forced Migration Introduction
Leonardo Schiocchet, Christine Nölle-Karimi, and Monika Mokre

DISPLACEMENT
1. Many Reasons for Leaving Afghanistan: Social Obligations in Times of Protracted Violence
Gabriele Rasuly-Paleczek

2. There is death in immobility
Khadija Abbasi and Alessandro Monsutti

3. Why the lack of research on Iranian emigrants, asylum seekers, and refugees?
Navid Fozi

4. Patterns of Migration in, from and to Yemen
Alexander Weissenburger

5. Understanding why smartphones are so essential to refugees
Katja Kaufmann

6. Forced decisions? How a better understanding of displacement’s multiple push-factors may help to reform the global refugee regime
Andreas Hackl

ENCOUNTERS
1. Syrian crisis: a very complicated simple question
Ibrahim Sirkeci

2. How Do Lives Become Grievable? On the short summer of migration and the time after
Monika Mokre

3. Palestinian refugees from Syria and their fate in Europe
Anne Irfan

4. Who are the refugees that came to Austria in fall 2015?
Judith Kohlenberger and Isabella Buber-Ennser

5. Narratives of Asylum Seekers: between coping and integration
Noura Kamal

6. “Steps on the way to social integration”: Initial social interactions of refugees from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan with the host society, their relevance, assessment and implications
Josef Kohlbacher

7. Arrival in Austria. Heteronomy and Autonomy in the Experiences of Refugees
Monika Mokre

8. (We Want Justice for Afghan Refugees Declaration of Afghan Refugees at the Vienna Refugee Protest Camp 2017)
Monika Mokre, for ROR-n

9. Against the Wall: Refugees’ Artistic Street Performance as Resistant Agency (Berlin)
Amelie Harbisch

10. Asylum Procedures Shortcomings in Tunisia: What do external borders mean for the EU?
Valentina Grillo

11. Refugees of the Syrian conflict and the struggle for housing in Brazil
Mirian Alves de Souza and Helena de Moraes Manfrinato

12. Refugees and the Echoes of the Conflict in the Diaspora (Syrian and Lebanese refugees in Argentina)
Silvia Montenegro

13. How (not) to scapegoat Refugees: Lessons from Vienna’s Election Campaign on Facebook
Liriam Sponholz

14. Reflections on Migration and Democracy
Monika Mokre

AGENCY AND TUTELAGE
1. On Humanitarian Tutelage
Leonardo Schiocchet

2. What is the Problem with Current Perceptions of Refugees as Mere Victims?
Sabine Bauer-Amin

3. Humanitarianism from Below: Sowa Rigpa, the Traditional Pharmaceutical Industry, and Global Health (Tibet)
Stephan Kloos

4. Palestinian Refugees in Brazil between Nations and Humanitarian Tutelage
Leonardo Schiocchet

5. The Autonomy of Migration After its Summer
Niki Kubaczek

6. Volunteers and NGOs in Austria's border management regime, Spielfeld 2015
Lukas Milo Strauss

7. (Neo-)paternalism and moralism in Austrian language policy
Marija Cubalevska

8. The Integration of Syrian Asylum Seekers in Austria in Light of Catholic Social Teaching
Pia Jolliffe

9. Civil Society in Izmir or how an elusive concept could become useful
Denise Tan

10. The Ethics of Struggle: when refugees become hosts of other refugees
Monika Halkort

11. The Geopolitics of the Cloud
Monika Halkort

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Leonardo Schiocchet - Christine Nölle-Karimi - Monika Mokre (Eds.)


AGENCY AND TUTELAGE IN FORCED MIGRATION

Selected contributions | ROR-n blog (2016-2019)

ISSN 2707-8752
Print Edition
ISSN 2707-8760
Online Edition



2020
  Institute for Social Anthropology
Institute of Iranina Studies
IKT - Institut für Kulturwissenschaften und Theatergeschichte
     
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Agency and Tutelage in Forced Migration Introduction
Leonardo Schiocchet, Christine Nölle-Karimi, and Monika Mokre

DISPLACEMENT
1. Many Reasons for Leaving Afghanistan: Social Obligations in Times of Protracted Violence
Gabriele Rasuly-Paleczek

2. There is death in immobility
Khadija Abbasi and Alessandro Monsutti

3. Why the lack of research on Iranian emigrants, asylum seekers, and refugees?
Navid Fozi

4. Patterns of Migration in, from and to Yemen
Alexander Weissenburger

5. Understanding why smartphones are so essential to refugees
Katja Kaufmann

6. Forced decisions? How a better understanding of displacement’s multiple push-factors may help to reform the global refugee regime
Andreas Hackl

ENCOUNTERS
1. Syrian crisis: a very complicated simple question
Ibrahim Sirkeci

2. How Do Lives Become Grievable? On the short summer of migration and the time after
Monika Mokre

3. Palestinian refugees from Syria and their fate in Europe
Anne Irfan

4. Who are the refugees that came to Austria in fall 2015?
Judith Kohlenberger and Isabella Buber-Ennser

5. Narratives of Asylum Seekers: between coping and integration
Noura Kamal

6. “Steps on the way to social integration”: Initial social interactions of refugees from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan with the host society, their relevance, assessment and implications
Josef Kohlbacher

7. Arrival in Austria. Heteronomy and Autonomy in the Experiences of Refugees
Monika Mokre

8. (We Want Justice for Afghan Refugees Declaration of Afghan Refugees at the Vienna Refugee Protest Camp 2017)
Monika Mokre, for ROR-n

9. Against the Wall: Refugees’ Artistic Street Performance as Resistant Agency (Berlin)
Amelie Harbisch

10. Asylum Procedures Shortcomings in Tunisia: What do external borders mean for the EU?
Valentina Grillo

11. Refugees of the Syrian conflict and the struggle for housing in Brazil
Mirian Alves de Souza and Helena de Moraes Manfrinato

12. Refugees and the Echoes of the Conflict in the Diaspora (Syrian and Lebanese refugees in Argentina)
Silvia Montenegro

13. How (not) to scapegoat Refugees: Lessons from Vienna’s Election Campaign on Facebook
Liriam Sponholz

14. Reflections on Migration and Democracy
Monika Mokre

AGENCY AND TUTELAGE
1. On Humanitarian Tutelage
Leonardo Schiocchet

2. What is the Problem with Current Perceptions of Refugees as Mere Victims?
Sabine Bauer-Amin

3. Humanitarianism from Below: Sowa Rigpa, the Traditional Pharmaceutical Industry, and Global Health (Tibet)
Stephan Kloos

4. Palestinian Refugees in Brazil between Nations and Humanitarian Tutelage
Leonardo Schiocchet

5. The Autonomy of Migration After its Summer
Niki Kubaczek

6. Volunteers and NGOs in Austria's border management regime, Spielfeld 2015
Lukas Milo Strauss

7. (Neo-)paternalism and moralism in Austrian language policy
Marija Cubalevska

8. The Integration of Syrian Asylum Seekers in Austria in Light of Catholic Social Teaching
Pia Jolliffe

9. Civil Society in Izmir or how an elusive concept could become useful
Denise Tan

10. The Ethics of Struggle: when refugees become hosts of other refugees
Monika Halkort

11. The Geopolitics of the Cloud
Monika Halkort



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