I muri eretti nel Medi­ter­ra­neo

Appello. Una lettera aperta all’Unione europea firmata da 548 docenti e ricercatori di tutto il mondo per l’ingresso libero dei richiedenti asilio e fermare la soluzione militare al problema che lede il diritto alla mobilità

***, il manifesto redazione • 4/6/2015 • Copertina, Diritti umani & Discriminazioni, Europa, Immigrati & Rifugiati • 1856 Viste

I lea­der poli­tici euro­pei hanno annun­ciato che la loro rispo­sta alla scon­cer­tante per­dita di vite tra i migranti che attra­ver­sano il Medi­ter­ra­neo con imbar­ca­zioni non adatte alla navi­ga­zione sarà l’uso della forza per rom­pere la cosid­detta «rete» che opera in Libia e orga­nizza i peri­co­losi attra­ver­sa­menti. Come? L’11 Mag­gio, il capo della poli­tica estera dell’Unione Euro­pea, Fede­rica Moghe­rini, ha dichia­rato che «Nes­suno pensa di bom­bar­dare. Parlo di un’operazione navale». Ma due giorni dopo il Guar­dian ha pub­bli­cato un docu­mento stra­te­gico che è tra­pe­lato riguar­dante una mis­sione euro­pea nel Medi­ter­ra­neo e nelle acque ter­ri­to­riali libi­che pro­po­nendo una cam­pa­gna aerea e navale. Que­sto, dice il docu­mento, por­terà ad alcuni «danni col­la­te­rali». In altre parole, adulti e bam­bini a bordo o intenti a salire sulle imbar­ca­zioni attac­cate potreb­bero essere uccisi. Con o senza bombe, que­sto «danno col­la­te­rale» è un già ben cono­sciuto pro­dotto delle misure impie­gate dall’Unione Euro­pea per respin­gere, sco­rag­giare e far cam­biare rotta ai migranti, inclusi i richie­denti asilo.

Dove risiede la giu­sti­fi­ca­zione morale per­ché alcune delle nazioni più ric­che del mondo impie­ghino la loro forza navale e tec­no­lo­gica in un modo che porta alla morte di uomini, donne e bam­bini pro­ve­nienti da alcune delle regioni più povere e deva­state dalla guerra del mondo? Una peri­co­losa per­ver­sione sto­rica è stata fatta cir­co­lare per rispon­dere a que­sta domanda.

In anni recenti, le poli­ti­che sui movi­menti non auto­riz­zati attra­verso le fron­tiere ha por­tato a una distin­zione tra le atti­vità degli «inter­me­diari di per­sone» (peo­ple smug­glers) e dei «traf­fi­canti di esseri umani» (human traf­fic­kers). Fare da inter­me­dia­rio implica un accordo volon­ta­rio e con­sen­suale men­tre traf­fi­care è con­si­de­rata una forma di coer­ci­zione e inganno che è stata ripe­tu­ta­mente col­le­gata alla tratta degli schiavi da poli­tici, gior­na­li­sti e addi­rit­tura alcuni atti­vi­sti con­tro la schia­vitù con­tem­po­ra­nea. I peri­coli di quest’analogia sono ora resi mani­fe­sti dall’uso inter­cam­bia­bile dei ter­mini «inter­me­dia­rio» e «traf­fi­cante» riguardo ai migranti che attra­ver­sano il Medi­ter­ra­neo. Ed è que­sta eli­sione che rende pos­si­bile ai lea­der dell’Unione Euro­pea discu­tere l’uso della forza mili­tare sulle coste dell’Africa set­ten­trio­nale come se que­sta fosse una neces­sità morale. «I traf­fi­canti di esseri umani sono i traf­fi­canti di schiavi del ven­tu­ne­simo secolo, e devono essere con­se­gnati alla giu­sti­zia», ha scritto recen­te­mente sul «New York Times» il Primo Mini­stro ita­liano Mat­teo Renzi. Quando il pro­blema è posto in que­sto modo, la loro pro­messa di «iden­ti­fi­care, cat­tu­rare e distrug­gere» le imbar­ca­zioni di chi fa muo­vere i migranti appare come una deci­sione dura obbli­gata dall’apparizione improv­visa di un male molto più grande – una moderna tratta degli schiavi.
Ma ciò è pale­se­mente falso e oppor­tu­ni­sta. Gli studi acca­de­mici sulla sto­ria della schia­vitù ren­dono dolo­ro­sa­mente chiaro che ciò che sta suc­ce­dendo nel Medi­ter­ra­neo oggi non somi­glia nem­meno lon­ta­na­mente alla tratta tran­sa­tlan­tica degli schiavi. Gli afri­cani resi in schia­vitù non vole­vano spo­starsi. Erano tenuti in celle prima di essere inca­te­nati e cari­cati sulle navi. Doveva essere loro impe­dita la scelta del sui­ci­dio alla pro­spet­tiva di essere tra­spor­tati for­za­ta­mente. Il tra­sporto con­du­ceva a un solo e tre­mendo esito: la schiavitù.

Oggi, chi intra­prende un viag­gio verso l’Europa vuole spo­starsi. Se fosse libero di farlo uti­liz­ze­rebbe i voli che le com­pa­gnie aeree low-cost ope­rano tra il Nord Africa e l’Europa. E non sono gli «schia­vi­sti» o i «traf­fi­canti» ad impe­dire l’accesso a que­sto iti­ne­ra­rio privo di pericoli.

È vero che chi vuole migrare è tal­volta costretto a ter­ri­bili con­di­zioni in Libia, ma non in celle per poi essere for­za­ta­mente tra­spor­tati come schiavi. Piut­to­sto, molti sono dete­nuti in cen­tri di deten­zione per immi­grati, finan­ziati in parte dall’Unione Euro­pea, dove sia adulti che bam­bini sono a rischio di vio­lenze, inclusa la fusti­ga­zione, le botte e la tor­tura. E il risul­tato per chi rie­sce a imbar­carsi è incerto. Alcuni muo­iono in viag­gio, alcuni soprav­vi­vono e ven­gono sfrut­tati e abu­sati nei luo­ghi di arrivo. Ma gli altri che soprav­vi­vono si assi­cu­rano per lo meno una pos­si­bi­lità di acce­dere diritti, pro­te­zione, riu­ni­fi­ca­zione fami­liare, edu­ca­zione, lavoro, libertà dalla persecuzione.

Que­sto non è l’equivalente con­tem­po­ra­neo della tratta tran­sa­tlan­tica degli schiavi. Pro­vare a fer­marla con la forza mili­tare non è rive­stire i panni nobili con­tro il male della schia­vitù, o anche con­tro il «traf­fico». È sem­pli­ce­mente con­ti­nuare una lunga tra­di­zione in cui gli stati, inclusi gli stati schia­vi­sti del diciot­te­simo e dician­no­ve­simo secolo, usano la vio­lenza per impe­dire che alcuni gruppi di esseri umani si muo­vano libe­ra­mente.
Que­sta, dovrebbe essere ricor­dato, è una tra­di­zione che ha tro­vato il suo cul­mine nella nota Con­fe­renza di Ber­lino del 1885 che auto­rizzò la divi­sione e con­qui­sta dell’Africa da parte dei poteri euro­pei, giu­sti­fi­cate dalla volontà di ter­mi­nare la cosid­detta «schia­vitù araba». Nei due decenni che segui­rono, milioni di afri­cani per­sero la vita, tra cui mol­tis­simi con­go­lesi sotto la tutela del grande «filan­tropo» il Re del Bel­gio Leo­poldo II.

E oggi il modo in cui gli stati euro­pei, e l’Australia, stanno pro­se­guendo que­sta tra­di­zione è diven­tato un esem­pio seguito in tutto il mondo, come evi­den­ziato dallo spet­ta­colo scioc­cante dei rifu­giati Rohin­gya che ten­tano di scap­pare la per­se­cu­zione Myan­mar in Bir­ma­nia, ma non gli è per­messo di sbar­care in Tai­lan­dia, Male­sia e Indo­ne­sia e sono lasciati a morire in mezzo al mare.

Non c’è alcuna giu­sti­fi­ca­zione morale per misure che por­tano alla morte di donne, uomini e bam­bini paci­fici, vit­time di tor­tura, e che scap­pano da per­se­cu­zioni e guerre. I lea­der e i popoli euro­pei devono ricor­dare la pro­pria sto­ria, recente e pas­sata, e le respon­sa­bi­lità che l’Europa porta per quei corpi nel Medi­ter­ra­neo e per quelle per­sone sulle navi. Chie­diamo che il mag­gior numero pos­si­bile di rifu­giati sia rein­se­diato in Europa e che le bar­riere, costruite per pro­teg­gere i più ric­chi, siano smantellate.

Chie­diamo che i lea­der poli­tici euro­pei smet­tano di abu­sare della sto­ria della schia­vitù tran­sa­tlan­tica per legit­ti­mare azioni mili­tari con­tro i migranti, e che invece si ricor­dino e agi­scano sulla base delle domande di libertà di movi­mento o di «diritto alla loco­mo­zione», espresso dagli atti­vi­sti afro-americani con­tro la schia­vitù nel dician­no­ve­simo secolo.

Chi vuol ade­rire all’appello può man­dare una mail all’indirizzo: beyond.?salvery@?opendemocracy.?net con il sog­getto «SIGN».

  1. Mar­the Acht­nich — Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  2. Nilu­far Ahmed — Senior Research Offi­cer, Swan­sea University
  3. Brid­get Ander­son — Pro­fes­sor, COMPAS, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  4. Ruben Anders­son — Post­doc­to­ral Research Fel­low, Depart­ment of Inter­na­tio­nal Deve­lo­p­ment, LSE
  5. Kehinde Andrews — Senior Lec­tu­rer in Socio­logy, Bir­min­gham City University
  6. Ana Lucia Araujo — Pro­fes­sor of History, Howard Uni­ver­sity, Washing­ton DC
  7. Paola Bac­chetta — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor, Depart­ment of Gen­der and Women’s Stu­dies, Uni­ver­sity of Cali­for­nia, Berkeley
  8. Oli­ver Bakewell — Co-Director IMI and Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor, Inter­na­tio­nal Migra­tion Insti­tute, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  9. Dr Alex Balch — Senior lec­tu­rer, Depart­ment of Poli­tics, Cen­tre for the Study of Inter­na­tio­nal Sla­very (CSIS), Uni­ver­sity of Liverpool
  10. Manuel Bar­cia — Pro­fes­sor of Latin Ame­ri­can History, School of Lan­gua­ges, Cul­tu­res and Socie­ties, Deputy Direc­tor — Insti­tute for Colo­nial and Post­co­lo­nial Stu­dies, Uni­ver­sity of Leeds
  11. Jenny Bar­rett — DPhil in Inter­na­tio­nal Deve­lo­p­ment, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  12. David Bar­tram — Depart­ment of Socio­logy, Uni­ver­sity of Leicester
  13. Tanja Bastia — Senior Lec­tu­rer, Uni­ver­sity of Manchester
  14. Harald Bau­der — Aca­de­mic Direc­tor, Ryer­son Cen­tre for Immi­gra­tion & Set­tle­ment (RCIS), Pro­fes­sor of Geo­gra­phy, Ryer­son University
  15. Esma Bay­can — Depart­ment of Poli­ti­cal Science and Inter­na­tio­nal Rela­tions, Uni­ver­sity of Geneva
  16. Laya Beh­ba­hani — Busi­ness & Policy Ana­lyst, Simon Fra­ser University
  17. Alice Bel­la­gamba — Pro­fes­sor Poli­ti­cal Anth­ro­po­logy, Afri­can Stu­dies, Uni­ver­sity of Milan-Bicocca
  18. Fatiha Bel­mes­sous — Resear­cher, Uni­ver­sité de Lyon
  19. Nikki Berg Burin — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor of History and Women & Gen­der Stu­dies, Uni­ver­sity of North Dakota
  20. Gur­min­der K. Bham­bra — Pro­fes­sor of Socio­logy, Uni­ver­sity of Warwick
  21. Sirma Bilge — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor, Depart­ment of Socio­logy, Uni­ver­sité de Mon­tréal, Québec
  22. Eli­za­beth Bishop — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor, Modern Arab History, Texas State University
  23. Carin Björn­gren Cua­dra — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor, Depart­ment of Social work, Malmö University
  24. David Blight — Pro­fes­sor of Ame­ri­can History, Yale University
  25. Prof. Dr. Manuela Boatc? — Socio­logy of glo­bal ine­qua­li­ties, Insti­tute for Latin Ame­ri­can Stu­dies, Freie Uni­ver­si­tät Berlin
  26. Anthony Bogues — Asa Mes­ser Pro­fes­sor of Huma­ni­ties and Cri­ti­cal Theory, Direc­tor for the Cen­ter of Sla­very and Justice, Brown Uni­ver­sity, USA
  27. Eileen Boris — Hull Pro­fes­sor, History, Glo­bal Stu­dies and Black Stu­dies, Uni­ver­sity of Cali­for­nia, Santa Barbara
  28. Laura Brace — Senior Lec­tu­rer, Poli­tics, Uni­ver­sity of Leicester
  29. Avtar Brah — Pro­fes­sor Eme­rita, Bir­k­beck Col­lege, Uni­ver­sity of London
  30. Pepijn Bran­don — NWO-Rubicon Fel­low, Post-doctoral Asso­ciate, History Depart­ment, Uni­ver­sity of Pittsburgh
  31. Karen E. Bravo — Pro­fes­sor of Law, Robert H. McKin­ney School of Law, Indiana University
  32. Jan Bre­z­ger — Research Asso­ciate, Freie Uni­ver­sity, Berlin
  33. Prof. Dr. Sabine Broeck — Uni­ver­si­tät Bremen
  34. Tho­mas C. Bucha­nan — Uni­ver­sity of Adelaide
  35. Alice Bul­lard — Chief Exe­cu­tive Offi­cer, IRA-USA and for­mer Pro­fes­sor of History, Geor­gia Insti­tute of the Tech­no­logy, Atlanta, Geor­gia, USA
  36. Ver­non Bur­ton — Direc­tor Clem­son Cybe­rIn­sti­tute, Crea­ti­vity Pro­fes­sor Huma­ni­ties, Pro­fes­sor of History, Socio­logy, and Com­pu­ter Science, Clem­son Uni­ver­sity; eme­ri­tus Uni­ver­sity of Illinois
  37. Marco But­tino — Sto­ria con­tem­po­ra­nea, Dipar­ti­mento Cul­ture, Poli­tica e Società, Uni­ver­sità di Torino
  38. Brid­get Byrne — Senior Lec­tu­rer in Socio­logy, Uni­ver­sity of Manchester
  39. Mariana P. Can­dido — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor, Depart­ment of History, Uni­ver­sity of Kansas
  40. Joseph Carens — Pro­fes­sor of Poli­ti­cal Science, Uni­ver­sity of Toronto
  41. Isa­bel Maria Estrada Car­va­lhais — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor, Uni­ver­sity of Minho, Portugal
  42. Ste­phen Castles — Pro­fes­sor, Research Chair in Socio­logy, School of Social and Poli­ti­cal Scien­ces, The Uni­ver­sity of Sydney
  43. Mateja Cele­stina — Research Asso­ciate, Cen­tre for Trust, Peace and Social Rela­tions, Coven­try University
  44. Robin Celi­ka­tes — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of Phi­lo­so­phy, Uni­ver­sity of Amsterdam
  45. Myriam Cherti — Migra­tion Resear­cher, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  46. Austin Choi-Fitzpatrick — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor of Poli­ti­cal Socio­logy, Cen­tral Euro­pean Uni­ver­sity, Budapest
  47. Dr Emma Chri­sto­pher — Uni­ver­sity of Tech­no­logy Sydney/ Anti-Slavery Australia
  48. Robin Cohen — Eme­ri­tus Pro­fes­sor, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  49. Kathleen M. Coll — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor, Poli­tics Depart­ment, Uni­ver­sity of San Francisco
  50. John “Sean” Con­don — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor and Chair, History Depart­ment, Mer­ri­mack College
  51. Hea­ven Cra­w­ley — FAcSSm, Chair in Inter­na­tio­nal Migra­tion, Coven­try University
  52. Dr. A. Glenn Cro­thers — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of History, Uni­ver­sity of Louisville
  53. Daniela Danna — Research Fel­low, Uni­ver­sità degli studi di Milano
  54. David Brion Davis — Ster­ling Pro­fes­sor of History Eme­ri­tus, Yale University
  55. Nicho­las De Genova — Rea­der in Urban Geo­gra­phy, King’s Col­lege London
  56. Jeroen de Kloet — Pro­fes­sor of Glo­ba­li­sa­tion Stu­dies, Uni­ver­sity of Amsterdam
  57. Luke De Noro­nha — Doc­to­ral Can­di­date in Anth­ro­po­logy, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  58. Nigel de Noro­nha — PhD Can­di­date in Social Sta­ti­stics, Uni­ver­sity of Manchester
  59. Jan-Georg Deu­tsch — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor in Com­mo­n­wealth History, Fel­low, St Cross Col­lege, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  60. Anna Di Bar­to­lo­meo — Research Fel­low, Migra­tion Policy Cen­tre, Robert Schu­man Cen­tre for Advan­ced Stu­dies, Euro­pean Uni­ver­sity Institute
  61. Sey­mour Dre­scher — Distin­gui­shed Pro­fes­sor of History, Uni­ver­sity of Pittsburgh
  62. Franck Duvell — Senior Resear­cher & Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  63. Dace Dze­no­v­ska — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor Migra­tion, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  64. David Eltis — Robert W. Woo­druff Pro­fes­sor of History, Emory University
  65. Pie­ter Emmer — Pro­fes­sor Eme­ri­tus, Depart­ment of History, Uni­ver­sity of Lei­den, The Netherlands
  66. Hakan Erdem — Faculty Mem­ber, Sabanci University
  67. Umut Erel — Faculty of Social Scien­ces, The Open University
  68. James Esson — Lec­tu­rer in Human Geo­gra­phy, Lou­gh­bo­rough University
  69. Nicho­las J. Evans — Lec­tu­rer in Dia­spora History, Wil­ber­force Insti­tute for the Study of Sla­very and Eman­ci­pa­tion, Uni­ver­sity of Hull
  70. Bro­n­wen Eve­rill — King’s Col­lege London
  71. Anne Fair­child – Histo­ric Sites Pro­gram Mana­ger, Indiana State Museum and Histo­ric Sites
  72. Toyin Falola — Pro­fes­sor of History, Uni­ver­sity of Texas at Austin
  73. Sara R. Far­ris — Socio­logy Depart­ment, Gold­smi­ths col­lege, Uni­ver­sity of London
  74. Kar­wan Fatah-Black — Lei­den Uni­ver­sity, the Netherlands
  75. David Feld­man — Pro­fes­sor and Direc­tor Pears Insti­tute for the study of Anti­se­mi­tism, School of Social Scien­ces, History and Phi­lo­so­phy Bir­k­beck, Uni­ver­sity of London
  76. San­drina Fer­reira Antu­nes — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor, Uni­ver­si­dade do Minho, Portugal
  77. Debo­rah A. Field — Pro­fes­sor of History, Adrian Col­lege, Adrian, Michigan
  78. David Scott Fitz­Ge­rald — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of Socio­logy, Uni­ver­sity of Cali­for­nia, San Diego
  79. Ber­nard K. Frea­mon — Pro­fes­sor of Law and Direc­tor Zan­zi­bar Pro­gram on Modern Day Sla­very and Human Traf­fic­king, Seton Hall Law School One Newark Cen­ter, Newark, New Jersey
  80. Judy Fudge — Pro­fes­sor, Kent Law School
  81. Paolo Gai­bazzi — Research Fel­low, Zen­trum Moder­ner Orient, Berlin
  82. Marco Gar­dini — Post-Docoral Fel­low, Uni­ver­sity of Milano-Bicocca
  83. Andrew Ged­des FAcSS — Pro­fes­sor of Poli­tics, Uni­ver­sity of Sheffield
  84. Malick Gha­chem — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of History, MIT History Faculty
  85. David Theo Gold­berg — Pro­fes­sor, Com­pa­ra­tive Lite­ra­ture, Uni­ver­sity of Cali­for­nia, Huma­ni­ties Research Insti­tute, Irvine, California
  86. Chri­sto­pher A. Gra­ham — Visi­ting Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor, History, UNC-Greensboro
  87. Che­ryl Green­berg — Paul E. Rae­ther Distin­gui­shed Pro­fes­sor of History, Tri­nity Col­lege, Hart­ford, CT
  88. Mela­nie Grif­fi­ths — ESRC Future Research Lea­ders Fel­low, Uni­ver­sity of Bristol
  89. Dean Gro­d­zins — Visi­ting Scho­lar, Mas­sa­chu­setts Histo­ri­cal Society
  90. Adrián Gro­glopo — Lec­tu­rer, Depart­ment of Social Work, Gothen­burg uni­ver­sity, Sweden
  91. Juan Jesús Guan­che Pérez — Miem­bro de la Junta Direc­tiva y del Con­sejo Cien­tí­fico de la Fun­da­ción Fer­nando Ortiz, Coor­di­na­dor de la Sec­ción de Cien­cias Socia­les y Huma­ní­sti­cas de la Aca­de­mia de Cien­cias de Cuba en la espe­cia­li­dad de Antropología.
  92. Pamila Gupta — Wiser, Uni­ver­sity of Witswa­ter­srand, South Africa
  93. Elise A. Guyette — Inde­pen­dent Scho­lar / Histo­rian, Bur­ling­ton, VT, USA
  94. Edgar Has­san — Direc­tor of QSR2 Solu­tions Ltd (Social Enterprise)
  95. Dr. Jef­frey Hel­ge­son — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor of History, Texas State University
  96. Eureka Hen­rich — Well­come Trust Research Fellow,
  97. School of History, Uni­ver­sity of Leicester
  98. Per Her­naes — Pro­fes­sor of History, Nor­we­gian Uni­ver­sity of Science and Technology
  99. Gra­ham Rus­sell Gao Hod­ges — George Dor­land Lang­don, Jr. Pro­fes­sor of History and Afri­cana Stu­dies, Col­gate University
  100. Ste­phen Hod­kin­son — Direc­tor, Insti­tute for the Study of Sla­very, Depart­ment of Clas­sics, Uni­ver­sity of Nottingham
  101. Dirk Hoer­der — Pro­fes­sor Eme­ri­tus, Ari­zona State Uni­ver­sity, for­merly Uni­ver­si­taet Bremen
  102. Liam Hogan — Inde­pen­dent resear­cher and histo­rian, Limerick
  103. John Holm­wood — Pro­fes­sor of Socio­logy, Uni­ver­sity of Nottingham
  104. Michael Honey — Fred and Doro­thy Haley Pro­fes­sor of Huma­ni­ties, Uni­ver­sity of Washing­ton, Tacoma
  105. Neil Howard — Marie Curie Research Fel­low, Euro­pean Uni­ver­sity Institute
  106. For­rest Hyl­ton — Nor­th­we­stern University
  107. Engin Isin — Pro­fes­sor of Poli­tics, The Open University
  108. Mau­rice Jack­son — Geor­ge­town Uni­ver­sity, Washing­ton DC
  109. Chri­stine M. Jacob­sen — Pro­fes­sor, Uni­ver­sity of Bergen
  110. Yolande Jan­sen — Lec­tu­rer in Phi­lo­so­phy, Uni­ver­sity of Amsterdam
  111. Thi­baut Jau­lin — Marie Curie Fel­low, CERI — Scien­ces Po, Paris
  112. Malar­vi­zhi Jayanth — PhD Stu­dent, South Asian Lan­gua­ges & Civi­li­za­tions, Uni­ver­sity of Chicago
  113. Hiran­thi Jaya­weera — Resear­cher Migra­tion, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  114. Andrew M. Jef­fer­son — Senior Resear­cher, Danish Insti­tute Against Torture
  115. Irme­lin Joels­son — DPhil can­di­date, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  116. Isa­belle Johans­son — PhD Can­di­date Social Anth­ro­po­logy, Depart­ment of Socio­logy, Lund University
  117. Mar­tin Otto­vay Jor­gen­sen — Joint Phd Fel­low, Depart­ment of Cul­ture and Glo­bal Stu­dies, Aal­borg Uni­ver­sity (Den­mark) & Depart­ment of history, Uni­ver­sity of Ghent (Belgium)
  118. Roberta Julian — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor School of Social Scien­ces, Uni­ver­sity of Tasma­nia, Australia
  119. Nisha Kapoor — Lec­tu­rer, Uni­ver­sity of York
  120. Lena Kara­ma­ni­dou — Depart­ment of Socio­logy, City University
  121. Maria Karau­lova — Doc­to­ral Resear­cher, Uni­ver­sity of Manchester
  122. Shingo Kato — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor, Keio Uni­ver­sity, Tokyo
  123. Ker­win Kaye — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor Socio­logy, Wesleyan University
  124. Esra Kay­taz — Dphil can­di­date, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  125. Kamala Kem­pa­doo — Pro­fes­sor, Depart­ment of Social Science, York Uni­ver­sity, Canada
  126. Dr. Jef­frey R. Kerr-Ritchie — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of History, Howard University
  127. Suvi Keski­nen — Aca­demy Research Fel­low, Depart­ment of Social Research, Uni­ver­sity of Turku, Finland
  128. Kha­tija Kha­der — PhD Can­di­date, CIPOD, School of Inter­na­tio­nal Stu­dies, Jawa­har­lal Nehru Uni­ver­sity, New Delhi
  129. Eric Kim­ball — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor of History, Uni­ver­sity of Pitt­sburgh at Greensburg
  130. Danielle Kin­sey — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor, Depart­ment of History, Car­le­ton Uni­ver­sity, Ottawa
  131. Mar­tin Klein — Pro­fes­sor eme­ri­tus of History, Uni­ver­sity of Toronto
  132. Nauja Kleist – Senior Resear­cher, Danish Insti­tute for Inter­na­tio­nal Studies
  133. Louise W. Knight — Visi­ting Scho­lar, Gen­der and Sexua­lity Stu­dies Pro­gram, Nor­th­we­stern University
  134. Ifi­ge­neia Kok­kali — Poli­tec­nico di Milano, Dip. Archi­tet­tura e Studi Urbani
  135. Helga Kon­rad — Exe­cu­tive Direc­tor Anti-Trafficking, Insti­tute for the Danube Region and Cen­tral Europe IDM, Head/Coordinator of Regio­nal Imple­men­ta­tion Ini­tia­tive on Pre­ven­ting & Com­ba­ting Human Trafficking
  136. Pra­bha Koti­swaran — Senior Lec­tu­rer, Dick­son Poon School of Law, King’s Col­lege, London
  137. Leena Kuma­rap­pan — Senior Research Fel­low, Lon­don Metro­po­li­tan University
  138. Dr Sarah Kyambi — Anti-Trafficking Research Fel­low, Uni­ver­sity of Edinburgh
  139. Ben­ja­min N. Law­rance — Hon. Bar­ber B. Cona­ble, Jr. Endo­wed Chair in Inter­na­tio­nal Stu­dies, Roche­ster Insti­tute of Technology
  140. Gene­vieve LeBa­ron — Vice-Chancellor’s Fel­low, Depart­ment of Poli­tics, Uni­ver­sity of Sheffield
  141. Clara Leca­det — Post­doc­to­ral fel­low, Social Anth­ro­po­logy, Ecole des Hau­tes Etu­des en Scien­ces Socia­les (EHESS), Paris
  142. Prof. Dr. Baz Lecocq — Chair Afri­can History, Insti­tute for Asian and Afri­can Stu­dies, Hum­boldt Uni­ver­sity of Berlin
  143. Rob Lem­kin — Film maker, Oxford
  144. Katha­rina Len­ner — Post­doc­to­ral fel­low, Prince Al Hus­sein Bin Abdul­lah II School of Inter­na­tio­nal Stu­dies, Jor­dan Uni­ver­sity, & Asso­cia­ted Resear­cher, Insti­tut Fra­nçais du Proche-Orient (ifpo), Amman
  145. Jens Ler­che — Rea­der in Agra­rian and Labour Stu­dies, School of Orien­tal and Afri­can Stu­dies (SOAS), Uni­ver­sity of London
  146. Giu­lia Libe­ra­tore — Leve­rhulme Early Career Fel­low, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  147. Peter Line­baugh — Pro­fes­sor of History, Uni­ver­sity of Toledo
  148. Abdu­la­ziz Y. Lodhi — Pro­fes­sor Eme­ri­tus, Depart­ment of Lin­gui­stics & Phi­lo­logy, Upp­sala Uni­ver­sity, Sweden
  149. Paul E. Love­joy FRSC — Distin­gui­shed Research Pro­fes­sor, Canada Research Chair in Afri­can Dia­spora History, York Uni­ver­sity, Toronto
  150. Richard K. Mac­Ma­ster — (reti­red) Uni­ver­sity of Florida
  151. Cetta Mai­n­waring — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor, Socio­logy and Legal Stu­dies, Uni­ver­sity of Water­loo, Canada
  152. Bha­rat Mal­kani — Lec­tu­rer, Bir­min­gham Law School, Uni­ver­sity of Birmingham
  153. Vir­gi­nia Man­tou­va­lou — Rea­der in Human Rights and Labour Law, Co-Director of the Insti­tute for Human Rights, Uni­ver­sity Col­lege London
  154. Faith Mar­chal — PhD Can­di­date, School of Law, Bir­k­beck Col­lege, Uni­ver­sity of London
  155. Abde­slam Mar­fouk — Inter­na­tio­nal Migra­tion Resear­cher, Uni­ver­sité Libre de Bruxelles
  156. Yvonni Mar­kaki — Research Offi­cer, Migra­tion Obser­va­tory, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  157. Mar­tina Mar­ti­gnoni — PhD stu­dent, Uni­ver­sity of Leicester
  158. Scott C. Mar­tin — Pro­fes­sor of History and Ame­ri­can Cul­ture Stu­dies Chair, Dept. of History, Bow­ling Green State University
  159. Enri­que Mar­tino — PhD Research Fel­low, Hum­boldt Uni­ver­sity of Berlin
  160. Lucy May­blin — Research Fel­low, Depart­ment of Poli­tics, Uni­ver­sity of Sheffield
  161. Achille Mbembe — Research Pro­fes­sor in History and Poli­tics, Uni­ver­sity of the Wit­wa­ter­srand, Johannesburg
  162. W. Caleb McDa­niel — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor of History, Rice University
  163. Sio­b­hán McGrath — Lec­tu­rer in Human Geo­gra­phy, Durham University
  164. John R. McKi­vi­gan — Edi­tor Fre­de­rick Dou­glass Papers, Indiana University-Purdue Uni­ver­sity Indianapolis
  165. Aidan McQuade — Anti-Slavery International
  166. Ale­xan­der Mec­kel­burg — Ph.D. Stu­dent, Hiob Ludolf Cen­tre for Ethio­pian Stu­dies, Uni­ver­sity of Hamburg
  167. Kath­ryn Medien — ESRC Doc­to­ral Resear­cher, Depart­ment of Socio­logy and Cen­tre for the Study of Women and Gen­der, Uni­ver­sity of Warwick
  168. Dario Melossi — Depart­ment of Legal Stu­dies, School of Law, Uni­ver­sity of Bologna
  169. San­dro Mez­za­dra — Pro­fes­sor, Dipar­ti­mento di Scienze Poli­ti­che e Sociali, Uni­ver­sity of Bologna
  170. Ales­san­dra Mez­za­dri — Lec­tu­rer in Deve­lo­p­ment Stu­dies, SOAS, London
  171. Fabiola Mie­res — Research Asso­ciate, Durham University
  172. Ran­dall Mil­ler — Pro­fes­sor of History, Saint Joseph’s Uni­ver­sity, Philadelphia
  173. Mar­got Minardi — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of History and Huma­ni­ties, Reed Col­lege, Por­tland, Oregon
  174. Sverre Mol­land — Lec­tu­rer in Anth­ro­po­logy, Deve­lo­p­ment Stu­dies, Austra­lian Natio­nal University
  175. Ismael Mon­tana — Nor­thern Illi­nois University
  176. Anne Eli­za­beth Moore — inde­pen­dent jour­na­list, Chi­cago Illinois
  177. Laura Mora­les — Pro­fes­sor in Com­pa­ra­tive Poli­tics, Depart­ment of Poli­tics and Inter­na­tio­nal Rela­tions, Uni­ver­sity of Leicester
  178. Ian Mor­ri­son — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor, Depart­ment of Socio­logy, Anth­ro­po­logy, Psy­cho­logy and Egyp­to­logy (SAPE), The Ame­ri­can Uni­ver­sity in Cairo, New Cairo, Egypt
  179. Yas­ser Moul­lan — Inter­na­tio­nal Migra­tion Insti­tute, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  180. Michael Nau­sner — Vice Dean and Pro­fes­sor of Syste­ma­tic Theo­logy, Reu­tlin­gen School of Theology
  181. Anders Neer­gaard — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor, Insti­tute for Research on Migra­tion, Eth­ni­city and Society (REMESO), ISV, Lin­kö­ping University
  182. Anto­nio Luigi Negro — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of History at UFBa
  183. Mela­nie J. New­ton — Direc­tor of Carib­bean Stu­dies at New Col­lege & Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of History, Uni­ver­sity of Toronto
  184. Dr. Abda­rah­mane Ngaide — Enseingant-chercheur au dépar­te­ment d’histoire de la FLSH/UCAD (Dakar, Sénégal)
  185. Amy Niang — Lec­tu­rer in inter­na­tio­nal Rela­tions, Uni­ver­sity of the Wit­wa­ter­srand, Johannesburg
  186. Sian Nicho­las — Cen­tre for Trust, Peace and Social Rela­tions, Coven­try University
  187. Jes­sica Aye­sha Nor­they — Research Asso­ciate, Cen­tre for Trust, Peace and Social Rela­tions, Coven­try University
  188. Ninna Nyberg Søren­sen — Senior resear­cher, Research Coor­di­na­tor, DIIS, Denmark
  189. Mary Nyquist — Pro­fes­sor of English, Uni­ver­sity of Toronto
  190. Julia O’Connell David­son — Pro­fes­sor of Socio­logy, Uni­ver­sity of Nottingham
  191. Samuel Okyere — Lec­tu­rer in Socio­logy, Uni­ver­sity of Nottingham
  192. Caro­line Oli­ver — Senior Resear­cher, COMPAS, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  193. Moju­baolu Olu­funke Okome — Pro­fes­sor of Poli­ti­cal Science, Afri­can & Women’s Stu­dies, Broo­klyn Col­lege, CUNY
  194. Ann Osten­dorf — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor of History, Gon­zaga University
  195. Eli­sa­vet Pakis — Inde­pen­dent Researcher
  196. Polly Pallister-Wilkins — Depart­ment of Poli­tics, Uni­ver­sity of Amsterdam
  197. Dimi­tris Papa­do­pou­los — Rea­der in Socio­logy and Orga­ni­za­tion, Mana­ge­ment School, Uni­ver­sity of Leicester
  198. Damian Alan Par­gas — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of History, Lei­den University
  199. Michael Par­rish — Pro­fes­sor of History, Bay­lor University
  200. Diana Paton — Rea­der in Carib­bean History, New­ca­stle University
  201. Lotte Pelck­mans — Resear­cher, Danish Insti­tute for Inter­na­tio­nal Studies
  202. Nicola Phil­lips — Pro­fes­sor of Poli­ti­cal Eco­nomy, Uni­ver­sity of Sheffield
  203. Jo Phoe­nix — Pro­fes­sor of Cri­mi­no­logy, Uni­ver­sity of Leicester
  204. Teresa Pia­cen­tini — Socio­logy, Uni­ver­sity of Glasgow
  205. Linda Pitelka — Pro­fes­sor of History, Mary­ville University
  206. Tamara Pla­kins — Thorn­ton Pro­fes­sor, Depart­ment of History, State Uni­ver­sity of New York, Buffalo
  207. Jes­sica R. Pli­ley — Texas State University
  208. George R. Price — Lec­tu­rer, Depts. of Native Ame­ri­can Stu­dies and History and the Afri­can Ame­ri­can Stu­dies Pro­gram, Uni­ver­sity of Montana
  209. Keith Prin­gle — Pro­fes­sor Eme­ri­tus in Socio­logy, Upp­sala Uni­ver­sity, Hono­rary Pro­fes­sor, Uni­ver­sity of War­wick, Pro­fes­sor Eme­ri­tus in Social Policy and Social work, Lon­don Metro­po­li­tan University
  210. Lara Put­nam — Pro­fes­sor and Chair, Depart­ment of History, Uni­ver­sity of Pittsburgh
  211. Joel Quirk — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor in Poli­ti­cal Stu­dies, Uni­ver­sity of the Witwatersrand
  212. John W. Quist — Pro­fes­sor, Ship­pen­sburg University
  213. Par­vati Raghu­ram — Direc­tor of Open­Space Research Cen­tre, Geo­gra­phy Depart­ment, The Open University,
  214. Vic­to­ria Red­clift — Lec­tu­rer in Socio­logy, Faculty of Arts and Human Scien­ces, Uni­ver­sity of Surrey
  215. Mar­cus Redi­ker — Distin­gui­shed Pro­fes­sor of Atlan­tic History, Uni­ver­sity of Pittsburgh
  216. João José Reis — Pro­fes­sor of History, Fede­ral Uni­ver­sity of Bahia, Brazil
  217. Rita Ribeiro — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor, Uni­ver­sity of Minho, Portugal
  218. David Richard­son — Pro­fes­sor Eme­ri­tus, Eco­no­mic History, Uni­ver­sity of Hull
  219. Mar­lise Rich­ter — Sonke Gen­der Justice, South Africa
  220. Geor­gia Rigg — Lea­der­ship Lead, RECLAIM Pro­ject, Manchester
  221. Kate Roberts — Com­mu­nity Advo­cate, Kala­yaan, London
  222. Sta­cey Robertson — Cen­tral Washing­ton University
  223. Caro­line Robin­son — Policy Direc­tor, Focus on Labour Exploi­ta­tion (FLEX)
  224. Ste­phen J. Roc­kel — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor, History, Direc­tor, Afri­can Stu­dies, Depart­ment of Histo­ri­cal and Cul­tu­ral Stu­dies, Uni­ver­sity of Toronto
  225. Cathy Roda­baugh — Pro­fes­sio­nal and Gra­duate Stu­dies, Hiram Col­lege (Ohio)
  226. Dr Marie Rodet — Lec­tu­rer in the History of Africa, School of Orien­tal & Afri­can Stu­dies (SOAS)
  227. David R. Roe­di­ger — Foun­da­tion Distin­gui­shed Pro­fes­sor of Ame­ri­can Stu­dies and History, Kan­sas University
  228. Ben Rogaly — Pro­fes­sor of Human Geo­gra­phy, Uni­ver­sity of Sussex
  229. Per­nille Røge — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor, Uni­ver­sity of Pitt­sburgh, PA
  230. Mary Romero — Car­ne­gie Scho­lar, Pro­fes­sor, Justice & Social Inquiry, Ari­zona State University
  231. Bene­detta Rossi — Lec­tu­rer in Afri­can Stu­dies, Uni­ver­sity of Birmingham
  232. Ste­phen L. Roz­man — Pro­fes­sor of Poli­ti­cal Science, Tou­ga­loo College
  233. Vin­cenzo Rug­giero — Pro­fes­sor, School of Law, Midd­le­sex University
  234. Anita Rup­pre­cht — Senior Lec­tu­rer, Uni­ver­sity of Brighton
  235. Alex Sager — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor, Por­tland State University
  236. Chand­ler B. Saint — Pre­si­dent, Bee­cher House Cen­ter for the Study of Equal Rights, Co-director Docu­men­ting Ven­ture Smith Project
  237. Moham­med Bashir Salau — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of history, Uni­ver­sity of Mississippi
  238. Ker­stin San­dell — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor, Gen­der Stu­dies, Lund Uni­ver­sity, Sweden
  239. Lena Saw­yer — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of Social Work, Gothen­burg Uni­ver­sity, Sweden
  240. Marta Sca­glioni — PhD Can­di­date at the Uni­ver­sity of Bay­reuth, Ger­many, and Milano-BIcocca, Italy
  241. Carl-Ulrik Schie­rup — Pro­fes­sor, REMESO
  242. Insti­tute for Research on Migra­tion, Eth­ni­city and Society, Lin­kö­ping Uni­ver­sity, Sweden
  243. Anne­lie Schlaug — PhD can­di­date Peace and Con­flict Research, Lund Uni­ver­sity, Sweden
  244. Camille Sch­moll — Labo­ra­toire CNRS Géographie-cités, Uni­ver­sité Paris
  245. Patri­cia Schor — Utre­cht University
  246. Rebecca J. Scott — Pro­fes­sor of History and Law, Uni­ver­sity of Michigan
  247. Ahma­dou Sehou — Ensei­gnant cher­cheur, Dépar­te­ment d’histoire, Uni­ver­sité de Maroua, Cameroun
  248. Gior­gia Seru­ghetti — Uni­ver­sity of Milano-Bicocca
  249. Svati P. Shah — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor, Uni­ver­sity of Mas­sa­chu­setts, Amherst
  250. Nan­dita Sharma — Direc­tor, Inter­na­tio­nal Cul­tu­ral Stu­dies Pro­gram and Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor, Depart­ment of Socio­logy, Uni­ver­sity of Hawaii at M?noa
  251. Eva Shep­pard Wolf — Pro­fes­sor of History, San Fran­ci­sco State University
  252. Rob­bie Shil­liam — Rea­der in Inter­na­tio­nal Rela­tions, Queen Mary Uni­ver­sity of London
  253. Isa­bel Shu­tes — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor, Lon­don School of Eco­no­mics and Poli­ti­cal Science
  254. James Sid­bury — Andrew W. Mel­lon Distin­gui­shed Pro­fes­sor of the Huma­ni­ties, Rice University
  255. Nando Sigona — Senior Lec­tu­rer & Bir­min­gham Fel­low, Deputy Direc­tor, Insti­tute for Research into Super­di­ver­sity, School of Social Policy, Uni­ver­sity of Birmingham
  256. Ste­pha­nie Sil­ver­man — The Gra­duate School of Public and Inter­na­tio­nal Affairs, Uni­ver­sity of Ottawa
  257. Ibra­him Sir­keci — Ria Finan­cial Pro­fes­sor, Regent’s Cen­tre for Trans­na­tio­nal Stu­dies, Regent’s Uni­ver­sity London
  258. Ala Sir­riyeh — Lec­tu­rer in Socio­logy, Keele University
  259. Wol­bert G.C. Smidt — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor in Eth­no­hi­story, Depart­ment of History and Cul­tu­ral Stu­dies, Mekelle Uni­ver­sity, Ethiopia
  260. Gret­chen Soder­lund — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of Media History, School of Jour­na­lism and Com­mu­ni­ca­tion, Uni­ver­sity of Oregon
  261. Sta­cey Som­mer­dyk — Uni­ver­sity of the Witwatersrand
  262. Tim Soriano — PhD Can­di­date in History, The Uni­ver­sity of Illi­nois at Chicago
  263. Randy J. Sparks — Pro­fes­sor of History, Tulane Uni­ver­sity, New Orleans, Louisiana
  264. Suzanne B. Spring — Senior Lec­tu­rer in Wri­ting and Rhe­to­ric, Col­gate University
  265. James Brewer Stewart — James Wal­lace Pro­fes­sor of History, Eme­ri­tus, Maca­le­ster Col­lege, Foun­der, Histo­rians Against Slavery
  266. Julia Suárez-Krabbe — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor, Depart­ment of Cul­ture and Iden­tity, Roskilde University
  267. James H. Sweet — Vilas-Jartz Distin­gui­shed Pro­fes­sor, Depart­ment of History, Uni­ver­sity of Wisconsin
  268. Sachi Takaya — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor, Oka­yama Uni­ver­sity, Japan
  269. Ste­pha­nie Tamby — PhD Can­di­date, Faculty of Social Stu­dies and Huma­ni­ties, Uni­ver­sity of Mauritius
  270. Dr. Ana­sta­sia Tata­ryn — War­wick Law School, Uni­ver­sity of Warwick
  271. Mekon­nen Tesfa­hu­ney — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor, Depart­ment of Geo­gra­phy, Media & Com­mu­ni­ca­tion, Karl­stads Uni­ver­sity, Sweden
  272. Patri­zia Testaì — resear­cher, Defence for Chil­dren Italy
  273. Came­ron Thi­bos — Migra­tion spe­cia­list and Mana­ging Edi­tor of Beyond Traf­fic­king and Slavery
  274. Chuck Thies­son — Research Fel­low in Pea­ce­buil­ding, Coven­try University
  275. Ibra­hima Thioub — Pro­fes­sor of History, Direc­tor of the Cen­tre Afri­cain de Recher­ches sur les Trai­tes et les Escla­va­ges (CARTE), Cheikh Anta Diop, Uni­ver­sity of Dakar — Senegal
  276. Zoe Trodd — Pro­fes­sor and Chair of Ame­ri­can Lite­ra­ture, Uni­ver­sity of Nottingham
  277. Joseph Tsigbe — Maître-assistant d’histoire con­tem­po­raine, Uni­ver­sité de Lomé
  278. John R. Van Atta — The Brun­swick School, Gree­n­wich, CT
  279. Huub Van Baar — Assi­stant Professor/Research Fel­low, Uni­ver­sity of Gies­sen, Uni­ver­sity of Amsterdam
  280. Nicho­las Van Hear — Resear­cher on Migra­tion, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  281. Marieke van Houte — Post­doc­to­ral Research Fel­low, Inter­na­tio­nal Migra­tion Insti­tute, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  282. Henk van Hou­tum — Nij­me­gen Cen­tre for Bor­der Research, Rad­boud, Uni­ver­sity Nijmegen
  283. Wil­liam C. Van Nor­man — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of History, James Madi­son University
  284. Alex van Sti­priaan — Pro­fes­sor of Carib­bean History, Era­smus Uni­ver­sity Rot­ter­dam, the Netherlands
  285. Eric Van­haute — Pro­fes­sor Eco­no­mic and World History, Ghent Uni­ver­sity, Belgium
  286. Jo Vea­rey — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor and Post­gra­duate Coor­di­na­tor: Afri­can Cen­tre for Migra­tion & Society, Uni­ver­sity of the Witwatersrand
  287. Ales­san­dra Ven­tu­rini — Deputy Direc­tor of the Migra­tion Policy Cen­tre, Euro­pean Uni­ver­sity Insti­tute (EUI), Florence
  288. Simona Vez­zoli — Research Offi­cer, Inter­na­tio­nal Migra­tion Insti­tute, Oxford Depart­ment of Inter­na­tio­nal Deve­lo­p­ment, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  289. Tom Vic­kers — Nor­thum­bria University
  290. Dora-Olivia Vicol — Dphil Candidate
  291. Maria Vil­la­res — Research Fel­low, Cen­tre for Research in Eth­nic Mino­rity Entre­pre­neur­ship (CREME), Bir­min­gham Busi­ness School
  292. Bastian Voll­mer — Leve­rhulme Fel­low, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  293. Michael Voren­berg — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of History, Brown University
  294. Iain Wal­ker — Migra­tion resear­cher, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  295. Dr. Kerry Ward — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of History, Rice University
  296. Klaus Weber — Euro­pean Uni­ver­sity Via­drina, Faculty of Social and Cul­tu­ral Scien­ces, Euro­pean Eco­no­mic and Social History, Frank­furt (Oder)
  297. Julia Wel­land — Depart­ment of Poli­tics and Inter­na­tio­nal Stu­dies, Uni­ver­sity of Warwick
  298. Susanne Wes­sen­dorf — Insti­tute for Research into Super­di­ver­sity (IRiS), School of Social Policy, Uni­ver­sity of Birmingham
  299. Chri­stine Whyte — Leve­rhulme Early Career Fel­low, School of History, Kent University
  300. Hanna Wik­ström — Resear­cher, Depart­ment of Law, Upp­sala Uni­ver­sity; Depart­ment of Social Work, Uni­ver­sity of Gothenburg
  301. John Ale­xan­der Wil­liams — Pro­fes­sor, Depart­ment of History, Brad­ley University
  302. David C. Wil­liard — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor, Depart­ment of History, Uni­ver­sity of St. Thomas
  303. Sha­ron E. Wood — Pro­fes­sor of History, Uni­ver­sity of Nebra­ska at Omaha
  304. Kir­sten E. Wood — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of History, Flo­rida Inter­na­tio­nal University
  305. Tryon P. Woods — Sociology/Anthropology/Crime & Justice Stu­dies, Black Stu­dies and Women & Gen­der Stu­dies, affi­liate Uni­ver­sity of Mas­sa­chu­setts, Dartmouth
  306. Karen Woods Weier­man — Pro­fes­sor of English, Wor­ce­ster State Uni­ver­sity (Mas­sa­chu­setts, USA)
  307. Agnes Wool­ley — Lec­tu­rer in Con­tem­po­rary Lite­ra­ture, Royal Hol­lo­way, Uni­ver­sity of London
  308. Robert E. Wright — Nef Family Chair of Poli­ti­cal Economy,
  309. Augu­stana Col­lege, South Dakota
  310. Deb­bie Wright — Pro­du­cer, From Liberty to Cap­ti­vity, Pre­si­dent, Do What’s Wright Pro­duc­tion Company
  311. Donald Yaco­vone — Asso­ciate, Hut­chins Cen­ter for Afri­can and Afri­can Ame­ri­can Research, Har­vard University
  312. Nata­lie Zemon Davis — Pro­fes­sor Eme­ri­tus, Prin­ce­ton Uni­ver­sity and Uni­ver­sity of Toronto
  313. Prof. Dr. Michael Zeu­ske — Ibe­ri­sche u Latei­na­me­ri­ka­ni­sche Abt, U zu Koeln
  1. Tanja Aal­berts — Trans­na­tio­nal Legal Stu­dies, VU uni­ver­sity, Amsterdam
  2. Del­phine Aba­die — Gra­duate Stu­dent (Philosophy/Africanist Stu­dies), Uni­ver­sité de Montréal
  3. Erica Aiazzi — Uni­ver­sity of Pavia
  4. Melissa Ait — Engi­neer Ecole Centrale
  5. May­britt Jill Alpes — Post­doc­to­ral Resear­cher, Faculty of Law (Migra­tion Law Sec­tion), VU Uni­ver­sity Amsterdam
  6. Juan Amaya-Castro — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor, UN man­da­ted Uni­ver­sity for Peace
  7. Paul Anan­tha­ra­jah Tam­byah — Pro­fes­sor of Medi­cine, Natio­nal Uni­ver­sity of Singapore
  8. Ben Ander­son — Lec­tu­rer in Twentieth-Century Euro­pean History, Keele University
  9. Rut­vica Andri­ja­se­vic — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor in Mana­ge­ment, Uni­ver­sity of Bristol
  10. Anto­nela Arhin — Ses­sio­nal Lec­tu­rer, Uni­ver­sity of Toronto
  11. Rosita Army­tage — PhD Can­di­date, Austra­lian Natio­nal University
  12. Lorena Aro­cha — Lec­tu­rer in Socio­logy, Asso­ciate at UK-IMR, Depart­ment of Psy­cho­logy, Poli­tics and Socio­logy, Can­ter­bury Christ Church University
  13. Iman Attia — Alice Salo­mon Uni­ver­sity of Applied Scien­ces Berlin
  14. Séba­stien Bache­let — Doc­to­ral can­di­date in social anth­ro­po­logy, Uni­ver­sity of Edinburgh
  15. Isa­belle Baez — Char­gée de cours, Uni­ver­sité du Qué­bec à Montréal
  16. Mina Bagi­nova — Cen­tre for Latin Ame­ri­can Research and Docu­men­ta­tion, Uni­ver­sity of Amster­dam, Netherlands
  17. Theo­dore Baird — Post-doc, VU Uni­ver­sity Amsterdam
  18. Mar­zia Bar­bera — Pro­fes­sor of Labour Law and Anti­di­scri­mi­na­tion Law, Uni­ver­sity of Bre­scia — Italy
  19. Gil­lian Bar­ker — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor, Depart­ment of Phi­lo­so­phy, Uni­ver­sity of Western Ontario
  20. Robert Bar­sky — Van­der­bilt University
  21. Ber­nard Bar­tha­lay — Puis­sance Europe
  22. Laura Bar­to­lini — Research Asso­ciate, Glo­bal Gover­nance Pro­gramme, Euro­pean Uni­ver­sity Institute
  23. Cécile Béno­liel — Ph.D. Resear­cher in EU Law, Euro­pean Uni­ver­sity Institute
  24. Maria Bexe­lius — PhD Can­di­date, Depart­ment of Law, Upp­sala University
  25. Andreas Bie­ler — Pro­fes­sor of Poli­ti­cal Eco­nomy, School of Poli­tics and Inter­na­tio­nal Rela­tions, Uni­ver­sity of Nottingham
  26. Con­stanze Bin­der — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor, Faculty of Phi­lo­so­phy, Era­smus Uni­ver­sity Rotterdam
  27. Megan Blom­field — Post­doc­to­ral Scho­lar in Phi­lo­so­phy, Cen­ter for Ethics in Society, Stan­ford University
  28. Manuela Boja­d­zi­jev — Ber­lin Insti­tute for Inte­gra­tion and Migra­tion Research (BIM) at the Hum­boldt Uni­ver­sity of Berlin
  29. Oli­via Bonardi — Dipar­ti­mento di scienze sociali e poli­ti­che, Uni­ver­sità degli studi di Milano
  30. Vale­ria Bonatti — PhD Can­di­date, Uni­ver­sity of Illinois
  31. Linda Bosniak — Rut­gers Uni­ver­sity School of Law
  32. Alec Broo­kes — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor of Rus­sian, Memo­rial Uni­ver­sity of Newfoundland
  33. Jan Bue­lens — Pro­fes­sor of labour law, Uni­ver­sity of Antwerp
  34. Richard Bur­n­ham — Tech­ni­cal wri­ter, Direc­tor, Wise Words
  35. Giu­seppe Cam­pesi — Dipar­ti­mento di Scienze poli­ti­che, Uni­ver­sità degli Studi di Bari (Italy)
  36. Fran­ce­sca Capelli — Socio­lo­gist, Uni­ver­si­dad de Bue­nos Aires
  37. Glo­ria Car­lini — Uni­ver­sity of Milano-Bicocca
  38. Ber­nardo Cay­cedo — PhD Resear­cher in Phi­lo­so­phy, Uni­ver­sity of Amsterdam
  39. Iain Cham­bers — Pro­fes­sor, Uni­ver­sity of Naples, L’Orientale
  40. Richard Yet­ter Chap­pell — Lec­tu­rer in Phi­lo­so­phy, Uni­ver­sity of York
  41. Gian­paolo Chi­riacò — Marie Curie Resear­cher in eth­no­mu­si­co­logy and music of the Afri­can dia­spora, Uni­ver­sity of Salento, Italy
  42. Ryoa Chung — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor, Phi­lo­so­phy, Uni­ver­sité de Montréal
  43. Rosie Cox — Rea­der in Geo­gra­phy, Bir­k­beck, Uni­ver­sity of London
  44. Jeff Crisp — Refu­gee Stu­dies Cen­tre, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  45. Katie Cruz — Lec­tu­rer in Law, Keele University
  46. Paolo Cut­titta — Post-Doctoral Resear­cher, VU Uni­ver­sity Amsterdam
  47. Tina Davis — PhD Can­di­date, Uni­ver­sity of Sydney
  48. Hein de Haas — Co-Director Inter­na­tio­nal Migra­tion Insti­tute, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford; Pro­fes­sor, Uni­ver­sity of Maastricht
  49. Maria de Lour­des Bor­ges — Pro­fes­sor at Uni­ver­sity of Santa Cata­rina, Brasil
  50. Leo­nie Ansems de Vries — Lec­tu­rer in Poli­tics, School of Poli­tics and Inter­na­tio­nal Rela­tions, Queen Mary Uni­ver­sity of London
  51. Marie-Benedicte Dem­bour — Pro­fes­sor of Law and Anth­ro­po­logy, Brighton Busi­ness School, Uni­ver­sity of Brighton
  52. Emily Diab — PhD Can­di­date in Public Inter­na­tio­nal Law at the Law Faculty of Upp­sala University
  53. Dimi­tri Dimou­lis — Pro­fes­sor of con­sti­tu­tio­nal law, Law School, Getu­lio Var­gas Fou­da­tion, Sao Paulo, Brazil
  54. Jan Dob­ber­nack — Senior Lec­tu­rer, School of Social and Poli­ti­cal Scien­ces, Uni­ver­sity of Lincoln
  55. Sonja Dolin­sek — PhD Stu­dent, History, Uni­ver­sity Erfurt
  56. Ida Domi­ni­janni — Research Fel­low, Cor­nell Univ., Ithaca (NY)
  57. Gior­gia Dona — Pro­fes­sor Uni­ver­sity of East London
  58. Nick Dro­fiak — PhD stu­dent, history and theory of archi­tec­ture, ETH Zürich
  59. Matt Duffy — London
  60. Eli­za­beth Elbourne — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor in the Depart­ment of History and Clas­si­cal Stu­dies, McGill Uni­ver­sity, Montreal
  61. Sally Engle Merry — Sil­ver Pro­fes­sor and Asso­ciate Chair Depart­ment of Anth­ro­po­logy, New York University
  62. Jo Esra — Col­lege of Huma­ni­ties, Uni­ver­sity of Exeter
  63. Sil­via Evan­ge­li­sti — School of History, Uni­ver­sity of East Anglia
  64. Fede­rico Faloppa — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor, Depart­ment of Modern Lan­gua­ges and Euro­pean Stu­dies, Uni­ver­sity of Reading
  65. Max Far­rar — Eme­ri­tus Pro­fes­sor, Leeds Bec­kett Uni­ver­sity, UK
  66. Fran­ce­sco Fasani — Lec­tu­rer, School of Eco­no­mics and Finance, Queen Mary Uni­ver­sity of London
  67. Gio­vanna Fas­setta — Uni­ver­sity of Glasgow
  68. Leslie Fesen­myer — ESRC Future Research Lea­ders Fel­low, Cen­tre on Migra­tion, Policy and Society (COMPAS), Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  69. Hart Nadav Feuer — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor, Gra­duate School of Agri­cul­ture, Kyoto University
  70. Mira Fey — PhD stu­dent and research assi­stant, Depart­ment of Inter­na­tio­nal Relations/Political Science, The Gra­duate Insti­tute of Inter­na­tio­nal and Deve­lo­p­ment Stu­dies, Geneva
  71. Laura Fiocco — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor, Depart­ment of Socio­logy and Poli­ti­cal Stu­dies, Uni­ver­sity of Cala­bria, Italy
  72. Karo­lina Fol­lis — Depart­ment of Poli­tics, Phi­lo­so­phy and Reli­gion, Lan­ca­ster University
  73. Costas Gaga­na­kis — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor, Dpt of History, Uni­ver­sity of Athens
  74. Megan Gal­la­gher — Lec­tu­rer, Depart­ment of Poli­ti­cal Science, Uni­ver­sity of Cali­for­nia, Los Angeles
  75. Paola Gan­dolfi — Senior Lec­tu­rer, Uni­ver­sity of Ber­gamo, Italy
  76. Glenda Garelli — PhD can­di­date, Uni­ver­sity of Illi­nois Chicago
  77. Steve Gar­ner — The Open University
  78. Vivian Ger­rand — Post­doc­to­ral Fel­low, Euro­pean Uni­ver­sity Institute
  79. Olga Ger­sten­ber­ger — Resear­cher, Alice Salo­mon Uni­ver­sity of Applied Scien­ces Berlin
  80. Fran­cis Ghi­lès — Senior Research Fel­low, CIDOB
  81. Hal­leh Gho­ra­shi — Pro­fes­sor of Socio­logy, VU Uni­ver­sity Amster­dam, the Netherlands
  82. Ben Gid­ley — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor, COMPAS, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  83. Klaus-Gerd Gie­sen — Pro­fes­sor of Poli­ti­cal Science, Uni­ver­sité d’Auvergne
  84. Gio­vanna Gioli — Post­doc­to­ral scien­tist, Insti­tute of Geo­gra­phy, Uni­ver­sity of Hamburg
  85. Gio­vanna Gioli — Post­doc­to­ral resear­cher, Insti­tute of Geo­gra­phy, Uni­ver­sity of Hamburg
  86. Amanda Gla­sbeek — Cri­mi­no­logy and Socio-Legal Stu­dies, York Uni­ver­sity (Toronto, Canada)
  87. Luin Gol­dring — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of Socio­logy, York Uni­ver­sity, Toronto (Canada)
  88. Anna Gop­pel — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor, Insti­tute of Phi­lo­so­phy, Uni­ver­sity of Bern
  89. Katar­zyna Grab­ska — Research Fel­low, Anth­ro­po­logy and Socio­logy of Deve­lo­p­ment, Glo­bal Migra­tion Cen­tre and Asso­cia­ted Resear­cher, Ahfad Uni­ver­sity for Women, Omdur­man, Sudan
  90. Helen Grace — Asso­ciate, Depart­ment of Gen­der & Cul­tu­ral Stu­dies, Uni­ver­sity of Sydney
  91. Sarah Green — Pro­fes­sor of Social and Cul­tu­ral Anth­ro­po­logy, Depart­ment of Social Research, Uni­ver­sity of Helsinki
  92. Neil Gre­gor — Depart­ment of History, Uni­ver­sity of Southampton
  93. Jan Grill — Depart­ment of Social Anth­ro­po­logy, Uni­ver­sity of Manchester
  94. Zoe Gro­ves — Lec­tu­rer in Afri­can History, Cam­bridge University
  95. Aitana Guia — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor (CLA), History, York University
  96. Daniel Hadas — Lec­tu­rer in Medie­val Latin, Depart­ment of History, King’s Col­lege London
  97. Jeff Hand­ma­ker — Senior Lec­tu­rer, Insti­tute of Social Stu­dies of Era­smus Uni­ver­sity Rotterdam
  98. Will Han­ley — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor, Depart­ment of History, Flo­rida State University
  99. Javier Hidalgo — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor of Lea­der­ship Stu­dies, Uni­ver­sity of Richmond
  100. Helen Hin­t­jens — Inter­na­tio­nal Insti­tute of Social Stu­dies, Era­smus Uni­ver­sity, The Hague
  101. Tali­tha Hir­sch — Natio­nal and Trans­na­tio­nal Stu­dies, Bremen
  102. Sophia Hof­f­mann — Post-Doctoral Research Fel­low, Insti­tute of Inter­na­tio­nal and Intern­cul­tu­ral Stu­dies, Uni­ver­sity of Bremen
  103. Dienke Hon­dius — Assi­stant pro­fes­sor of history, VU Uni­ver­sity Amsterdam
  104. Ruth Horn — Ethics and Society Well­come Trust Fel­low, The Ethox Cen­tre, Nuf­field Depart­ment of Popu­la­tion Health, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  105. Annette Hüb­schle — Cen­tre of Criminology/Institute for Huma­ni­ties in Africa, Uni­ver­sity of Cape Town
  106. Samia Hurst — Pro­fes­sor of Bio­e­thics, Insti­tute for Ethics, History, and the Huma­ni­ties, Geneva Uni­ver­sity Medi­cal School, Switzerland
  107. Patri­cia Hynes — Uni­ver­sity of Bedfordshire
  108. Dirk Jacobs — Pro­fes­sor in socio­logy, Uni­ver­sité libre de Bru­xel­les (ULB), Belgium
  109. Rahel Jaeggi — Insti­tut für Phi­lo­so­phie, Hum­boldt Uni­ver­si­tät zu Berlin
  110. Hans Ulrich Jes­su­run d’Oliveira — Pro­fes­sor eme­ri­tus migra­tion law, Uni­ver­sity of Amsterdam
  111. Natali Vania Jesus — M.A. in Cul­tu­ral and Visual Anth­ro­po­logy & Afri­can Studies
  112. Mar­tin Bak Jør­gen­sen — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor, Aal­borg University
  113. Nina María Juri­sch — Tech­ni­cal Uni­ver­sity Ber­lin, Insti­tute for Socio­logy (Gen­der, Media and Com­mu­ni­ca­tion Studies)
  114. Pana­gio­tis Kanel­lo­pou­los — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of Music Edu­ca­tion, Uni­ver­sity of Thes­saly, Greece
  115. Tom Kemp — PhD Can­di­date, Kent Law School
  116. Mah­moud Kesha­varz — Malmö Uni­ver­sity, Sweden
  117. Saman­tha King — Pro­fes­sor, School of Kine­sio­logy & Health Stu­dies, Queen’s Uni­ver­sity, King­ston, Ontario
  118. Julie Klein — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of Phi­lo­so­phy, Vil­la­nova Uni­ver­sity, USA
  119. Kira Kosnick — Pro­fes­sor of Socio­logy, Goe­the Uni­ver­sity Frankfurt
  120. Michele Lan­cione — Urban Stu­dies Post­Doc­to­ral Fel­low, Depart­ment of Geo­gra­phy, Uni­ver­sity of Cambridge
  121. Lydia Lan­ger­werf — Uni­ver­sity of Groningen
  122. Nora Lanier — Doc­to­ral can­di­date, Cen­tre on Migra­tion, Policy and Society, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  123. Tamara Last — PhD, Migra­tion Law, VU Uni­ver­sity Amsterdam
  124. Raf­faele Lau­dani — Asso­ciate pro­fes­sor of History of Poli­ti­cal Thought and Atlan­tic Stu­dies, Depart­ment of History, Uni­ver­sity of Bologna
  125. Raf­faele Lau­dani — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of History of Poli­ti­cal Thought and Atlan­tic Stu­dies, Depart­ment of History, Uni­ver­sity of Bologna
  126. Mar­tin Lemberg-Pedersen — Post­doc­to­ral Fel­low, Cen­tre for Advan­ced Migra­tion Stu­dies, Uni­ver­sity of Copenhagen
  127. Alan Lester — Pro­fes­sor of Histo­ri­cal Geo­gra­phy, Uni­ver­sity of Sussex
  128. Anto­nina Leva­tino — Poli­ti­cal and Social Scien­ces Depart­ment, Uni­ver­si­tat Pom­peu Fabra
  129. Mark Levene — Rea­der in History, Uni­ver­sity of Southampton
  130. Han­nah Lewis — Cri­ti­cal Human Geo­gra­phy Research Fel­low, Uni­ver­sity of Leeds
  131. Nata­sha Light­foot — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor of History, Colum­bia University
  132. Syl­vie Loriaux — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor, Depart­ment of Poli­ti­cal Science, Laval University
  133. Marta Lotto — PhD can­di­date, Uni­ver­sity of Paris 8
  134. Mar­tin Lund­steen — Depart­ment of Social Anth­ro­po­logy, Uni­ver­sity of Barcelona
  135. Audrey Mac­klin — Pro­fes­sor and Chair in Human Rights Law, Faculty of Law, Uni­ver­sity of Toronto
  136. Ewa Macura-Nnamdi — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor, Depart­ment of English, Uni­ver­sity of Bielsko-Bia?a, Poland
  137. Roda Mad­ziva — Leve­rhulme Research Fel­low, School of Poli­tics and Inter­na­tio­nal Rela­tions, Uni­ver­sity of Nottingham
  138. Ste­pha­nie Maher — PhD Can­di­date, Depart­ment of Anth­ro­po­logy, Uni­ver­sity of Washington
  139. Nicola Mai — Pro­fes­sor of Socio­logy and Migra­tion Stu­dies, Lon­don Metro­po­li­tan University
  140. Richard Mal­lett — Over­seas Deve­lo­p­ment Institute
  141. Ale­jan­dra Man­cilla — Post-Doctoral Research Fel­low, CSMN, Faculty of Huma­ni­ties, Uni­ver­sity of Oslo
  142. Sabrina Mar­chetti — Jean Mon­net Fel­low, Robert Schu­man Cen­tre for Advan­ced Stu­dies, Euro­pean Uni­ver­sity Institute
  143. Fran­zi­ska Mar­tin­sen — Leib­niz Uni­ver­sity Han­no­ver, Germany
  144. Lau­rence Mazure — Inter­na­tio­nal inde­pen­dent jour­na­list, Perio­di­sta inter­na­cio­nal independiente
  145. Jacin­the Maz­zoc­chetti — LAAP-UCL
  146. E Ann McDou­gall — Pro­fes­sor, Depart­ment of History and Clas­sics, Uni­ver­sity of Alberta, Canada
  147. Vic­tor Merino — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor, Depart­ment of Public Law, Rovira i Vir­gili Uni­ver­sity (Spain)
  148. Julian Molina — Doc­to­ral Can­di­date in Socio­logy, Uni­ver­sity of Warwick
  149. Pierre Mon­forte — Lec­tu­rer in Socio­logy, Uni­ver­sity of Leicester
  150. Karl Mon­sma — Pro­fes­sor of Socio­logy, Fede­ral Uni­ver­sity of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
  151. Mar­cia Mor­gan — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor, Direc­tor, Women’s and Gen­der Stu­dies, Depart­ment of Phi­lo­so­phy, Muhlen­berg College
  152. Par­vati Nair — Queen Mary, Uni­ver­sity of London
  153. Joseph Nevins — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of Geo­gra­phy, Vas­sar College
  154. Salvo Nico­losi — Post­doc­to­ral Resear­cher in Inter­na­tio­nal Human Rights Law, Human Rights Cen­tre — Ghent University
  155. Judith Nor­man — Tri­nity University
  156. John Old­field — Wil­ber­force Pro­fes­sor of Sla­very and Eman­ci­pa­tion, Direc­tor of the Wil­ber­force Insti­tute for the study of Sla­very and Eman­ci­pa­tion (WISE), Uni­ver­sity of Hull
  157. Fede­rico Oli­veri — Research Fel­low, Scien­ces for Peace Inter­di­sci­pli­nary Cen­tre, Edi­to­rial coor­di­na­tor of “Scienza e Pace” Online Jour­nal, Uni­ver­sity of Pisa
  158. Ricardo Ortega — Master’s stu­dent, Malmö University
  159. David Owen — Poli­tics and IR, Uni­ver­sity of Southampton
  160. Ingar Palm­lund — Depart­ment of Urban and Envi­ron­men­tal Policy and Plan­ning, Tufts University
  161. Amin Parsa — Doc­to­ral Can­di­date in Public Inter­na­tio­nal Law, Lund Uni­ver­sity, Sweden
  162. Fran­ce­sco Pasetti — Resear­cher at GRITIM-UPF, PhD Can­di­date at Uni­ver­si­tat Pom­peu Fabra, Depart­ment of Social and Poli­ti­cal Science
  163. Nata­lia Pasz­kiewicz — Anth­ro­po­lo­gist and Inde­pen­dent researcher
  164. Rebecca Pates — Pro­fes­sor, Poli­ti­cal Science, Leip­zig University
  165. Ban­dana Pat­ta­naik — Inter­na­tio­nal Coor­di­na­tor, Glo­bal Alliance Against Traf­fic in Women, Ban­g­kok, Thailand
  166. Yan­nis Pech­te­li­dis — Uni­ver­sity of Thes­saly, Greece
  167. Daniel Tou­ri­nho Peres — Asso­ciate pro­fes­sor depart­ment of phi­lo­so­phy Uni­ver­si­dade Fede­ral da Bahia
  168. Pina Pic­colo — Inde­pen­dent scho­lar and cul­tu­ral acti­vist, orga­ni­zing around migrant issues, Bolo­gna, Italy
  169. Vero­ni­que Pin-Fat — Senior Lec­tu­rer in Inter­na­tio­nal Poli­tics, Cen­tre for Inter­na­tio­nal Poli­tics, School of Social Scien­ces, Uni­ver­sity of Manchester
  170. Adrian Piper — Adrian Piper Research Archive, APRA Foun­da­tion Berlin
  171. Maria Pisani — Depart­ment of Youth & Com­mu­nity Stu­dies, Faculty for Social Well­being, Uni­ver­sity of Malta
  172. Tamar Pitch — Pro­fes­sor of legal phi­lo­so­phy and socio­logy of law, Uni­ver­sity of Peru­gia, Italy
  173. Sine Plam­bech — Post.Doc-Fellow, Danish Insti­tute for Inter­na­tio­nal Studies
  174. Nigel Plea­sants — Uni­ver­sity of Exeter
  175. Regina Polak — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor, Depart­ment of Prac­ti­cal Theo­logy, Catho­lic Faculty of the Uni­ver­sity of Vienna
  176. Kerry Pre­i­bi­sch — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor, Uni­ver­sity of Guelph
  177. Bau­kje Prins — Pro­fes­sor Citi­zen­ship and Diver­sity, The Hague Uni­ver­sity for Applied Scien­ces, The Netherlands
  178. Timo­thy Raey­mae­kers — Lec­tu­rer, Depart­ment of Geo­gra­phy, Uni­ver­sity of Zurich
  179. Lynette Reid — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor, Depart­ment of Bio­e­thics, Dalhou­sie University
  180. Rachel Rob­bins — Senior Lec­tu­rer, Social Work Man­che­ster Metro­po­li­tan University
  181. Ale­jan­dro Rosas — Phi­lo­so­phy Depart­ment, Uni­ver­si­dad Nacio­nal de Colombia
  182. Angus Ross — School of Phi­lo­so­phy, Uni­ver­sity of East Anglia, UK
  183. Katar­zyna Grab­ska Rubio — Lec­tu­rer in Eco­no­mic History, Uni­ver­sity of Ali­cante, Spain
  184. Sawi­tri Saharso — Prof. Depart­ment of Socio­logy, VU University
  185. Julija Sar­de­lic — Max Weber Fel­low, Euro­pean Uni­ver­sity Institute
  186. Rose­mary Say­igh — Visi­ting pro­fes­sor, CMES, Ame­ri­can Uni­ver­sity of Beirut
  187. Yael Scha­cher — Ame­ri­can Stu­dies, Uni­ver­sity of Connecticut
  188. Ste­phan Scheel — Post-Doctoral Resear­cher, Depart­ment of Socio­logy, Gold­smi­ths, Uni­ver­sity of London
  189. Eric Schlies­ser — BOF Research Pro­fes­sor, Phi­lo­so­phy and Moral Scien­ces, Ghent University
  190. Bas Scho­tel — Assistant-professor Faculty of Law, Uni­ver­sity of Amsterdam
  191. Niklas Sel­berg — PhD can­di­date, Faculty of Law, Lund Uni­ver­sity, Sweden
  192. Kiril Sha­ra­pov — Senior Lec­tu­rer in Socio­logy, Uni­ver­sity of Bedfordshire
  193. Giu­lia Sinatti — Lec­tu­rer, Free Uni­ver­sity Amster­dam, The Netherlands
  194. May-Len Skil­brei — Pro­fes­sor Depart­ment of Cri­mi­no­logy and Socio­logy of Law, Uni­ver­sity of Oslo
  195. Ste­pha­nie Small­wood — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of History, Uni­ver­sity of Washington
  196. Nicola Smith — Uni­ver­sity of Birmingham
  197. Pri­scilla Solano — PhD Can­di­date Socio­logy, Lund University
  198. Astrid Som­mer — Trans­la­tor, Wuerzburg
  199. Fede­rica Sossi — Pro­fes­sor of Aesthe­tics, Dipar­ti­mento di Let­tere e filo­so­fia, Uni­ver­sity of Bergamo
  200. Eli­sa­betta Spano — Cen­tre of Afri­can Stu­dies, Uni­ver­sity of Edinburgh
  201. Tho­mas Spi­j­ker­boer — Pro­fes­sor of Migra­tion Law
  202. Vicki Squire — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of Inter­na­tio­nal Secu­rity, Depart­ment of Poli­tics and Inter­na­tio­nal Stu­dies, The Uni­ver­sity of Warwick
  203. Renata Šri­bar — Faculty for the Post­gra­duate Stu­dies of the Huma­ni­ties, Uni­verza v Ljubljani
  204. Titus Stahl — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor of Phi­lo­so­phy, Uni­ver­sity of Groningen
  205. Kelly Sta­ples — Depart­ment of Poli­tics and Inter­na­tio­nal Rela­tions, Uni­ver­sity of Leicester
  206. Mol­lie Steward — Reti­red Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of Mathe­ma­tics, Cum­ber­land County Col­lege, Vine­land, NJ
  207. Mau­rice Stierl — Asso­ciate Fel­low, War­wick University
  208. Inka Stock — Uni­ver­sity of Bie­le­feld, Germany
  209. Ken­dra Strauss — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor, The Labour Stu­dies Pro­gram & The Mor­gan Cen­tre for Labour Research, Asso­ciate Mem­ber, Depart­ment of Geo­gra­phy, Simon Fra­ser University
  210. Cemal Burak Tan­sel — PhD Can­di­date, Uni­ver­sity of Nottingham
  211. Sava? Ta? — Research Offi­cer, Alice Salo­mon Uni­ver­sity of Applied Scien­ces, Berlin
  212. Bar­bara Tay­lor — Prof of Huma­ni­ties, Queen Mary Uni­ver­sity of London
  213. Mariam Tha­los — Pro­fes­sor of Phi­lo­so­phy, Uni­ver­sity of Utah
  214. Tho­mas Thur­ston — Direc­tor of Edu­ca­tion, Gil­der Lehr­man Cen­ter for the Study of Sla­very, Resi­stance, and Abo­li­tion, Yale University
  215. Lisa Til­ley — Era­smus Mun­dus GEM Joint Doc­to­ral Fel­low, Depart­ment of Poli­tics and Inter­na­tio­nal Stu­dies, Uni­ver­sity of Warwick
  216. Julia Tischler — Hum­boldt Uni­ver­sity in Berlin
  217. Omid Tofi­ghian — ARC Research Assi­stant, Depart­ment of Phi­lo­so­phy — SOPHI, Faculty of Arts and Social Scien­ces, The Uni­ver­sity of Sydney
  218. Gabriele Tomei — Assi­stant Pro­fes­sor, Depart­ment of Poli­ti­cal Scien­ces, Uni­ver­sity of Pisa (IT)
  219. Chri­stoph Tomet­ten — Berlin
  220. Anna Trian­da­fyl­li­dou — Direc­tor of the Cul­tu­ral Plu­ra­lism Research Area. Glo­bal Gover­nance Pro­gramme. Euro­pean Uni­ver­sity Insti­tute and Editor-in-Chief, Jour­nal of Immi­grant and Refu­gee Studies
  221. Nata­sha Tsan­ga­ri­des — Direc­tor, The Testi­mony Project
  222. Geor­gina Tso­li­dis — Pro­fes­sor of Edu­ca­tion, Faculty of Edu­ca­tion and Arts, Fede­ra­tion University
  223. Tho­mas Tyer­man — PhD resear­cher, Poli­tics, Uni­ver­sity of Manchester
  224. Lorenzo Via­nelli — PhD Can­di­date, Depart­ment of Poli­tics and Inter­na­tio­nal Stu­dies, Uni­ver­sity of Warwick
  225. Dar­shan Vigne­swaran — Co-Director, Insti­tute for Migra­tion and Eth­nic Stu­dies, Uni­ver­sity of Amsterdam
  226. Sarah Wal­ker — Resear­cher, COMPAS, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford
  227. Paul Ward — Pro­fes­sor of Modern Bri­tish History, Uni­ver­sity of Huddersfield
  228. Ali­stair Wel­ch­man — Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor of Phi­lo­so­phy, Depart­ment of Phi­lo­so­phy and Clas­sics, Uni­ver­sity of Texas at San Antonio
  229. Verina Wild — Senior Assi­stant in Bio­me­di­cal Ethics, Uni­ver­sity of Zurich
  230. Joanna Wise­man — PhD stu­dent at New­ca­stle University
  231. Mar­goth Gon­za­lez Woge — PhD stu­dent at the Uni­ver­sity of the Basque Country
  232. Zegnet Yimer — Gra­duate Stu­dent, Uni­ver­sity Of Texas
  233. Darij Zad­ni­kar — Uni­ver­sity of Ljubljana
  234. Valen­tina Zaga­ria — PhD Can­di­date Anth­ro­po­logy Depart­ment, LSE
  235. Che­ra­de­nine Zakalwe — Lec­tu­rer in Inter­cul­tu­ral Stu­dies, Gla­sgow Cale­do­nian University
  236. Tahir Zaman — SOAS, Uni­ver­sity of London
  237. Jana Zie­gler — Mana­ger, Ben Lawers Hotel, UK
  238. 548 Gio­vanna Zunica — Tea­cher of Bio­logy, Liceo arti­stico F. Arcan­geli, Bolo­gna, Italy

Articoli correlati

5 per mille

Lascia un commento

Il tuo indirizzo email non sarà pubblicato. I campi obbligatori sono contrassegnati *

« »

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This