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Conference: The 8th Tensions of Europe Conference: “Borders and Technology”, September 7-10, 2017, Athens

The 8th Tensions of Europe Conference has as its main theme the history of borders and technology. Sessions include papers studying the history of the relationship between national borders and transnational infrastructures, hidden technological linking and delinking that reinforced or challenged border delineations and demarcations, the relationship between borders and technologically-induced environmental crises and disasters, the virtualization of borders and the territories that they contain through the use of electronic and related technologies, geopolitics and technology, the redefinition of borders due to the use of technology (and vice versa), all the way from the production to the circulation and use of goods and commodities. Sessions of the conference include themes that fall under the general agenda of the Tensions of Europe network, e.g. transnational histories of technology, history of European infrastructures and networks, the environment and technology relationship, the democracy-technology connection, conflicting interests and technology, technology and hidden integration, technology and culture, gender and technology, technology and ethnicity, technology and disability.

For further information, please visit http://8toe2017.phs.uoa.gr

Die Forschungsgruppe "European Challenges: Technologischer Wandel und Re-Arrangements von Migration und Arbeit" des Viadrina Center B/ORDERS IN MOTION veranstaltet im Rahmen des Konferenzprogramms einen Pre-Conference Research Workshop am Donnerstag, den 07. September 2017, von 10:30 Uhr bis 13:30 Uhr:

Europe, Borders, Technology: Ongoing Research Projects
Discussants: Shahram Khosravi (Stockholm University), Annalisa Pelizza
(University of Twente), Dagmara Jajeśniak Quast (European University
Viadrina)
, & Aristotle Tympas (National and Kapodistrian University of
Athens)

“The European Challenges: Technological Change and Re-Arrangements of
Work, Migration and Resource Use” Research Project

Discussants: Norbert Cyrus & Klaus Weber (European University Viadrina)

For further information see the Conference Program.