International conference:
The Politics of Security. Understanding and Challenging the Securitization of Europe's Roma

Wednesday - Friday // June 1-3, 2016

 

PROGRAMME

Wednesday June 1, 2016

Venue: Hauptgebäude, Ludwigstrasse 23, Seminarraum 316

 

14:00 // Registration, coffee & tea

14:30 // Welcome

14:45 // SECURITY AND VISUALITY

Chair: Huub van Baar (University of Giessen)

  • Ethel Brooks (Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ)
    "Security, visuality and practices of encampment: Romani histories of the city"

  • Markus End (Independent scholar & Gesellschaft für Antiziganismusforschung, Marburg)
    "Antigypsyism in German police press releases"

  • Ana Ivasiuc (University of Giessen)
    "Sharing the insecure sensible: the circulation of images of Roma on social media"

Discussant: Greta Olson (University of Giessen)

17:00 // coffee & tea break

17:30 // ROUNDTABLE | REFRAMING: SINTI AND ROMA IN ART, CULTURE AND SOCIETY

Chair: Regina Kreide (University of Giessen)

  • Dotschy Reinhardt (singer, writer)
  • Moritz Pankok (director of Gallery Kai Dikhas, Berlin)
  • Kenan Emini (Roma Center Göttingen, Network Alle bleiben)

 

Thursday June 2, 2016

Venue: Hauptgebäude, Ludwigstrasse 23, Senatssaal

 

10:00 // SECURITY AND MOBILITY

Chair: Ana Ivasiuc (University of Giessen)

  • Nicholas De Genova (King’s College London)
    "The securitization of Roma mobilities and the re-bordering of Europe"

  • Jan Grill (University of Manchester/ Universidad del Valle)
    "Synchronizing states and disruptive mobilities: Searching for legible subjects, producing everyday insecurities between Slovakia and Great Britain"

  • Olivier Legros & Marion Lièvre (University of Tours)
    "The interference between securitization policies and the practices of Roma migrants in precarious situation in France"

Discussant: Zsuzsanna Vidra (Central European University Budapest)

12:15 // lunch break

14:00 // SECURITY AND DEVELOPMENT

Chair: Regina Kreide (University of Giessen)

  • Angéla Kóczé (Wake Forest University, Winston Salem, NC)
    "Structural oppression of Roma and the development industry"

  • Ioana Vrabiescu (Roma Initiative Office Fellowship, Foundation Open Society Institute)
    "Voluntary return of Romani migrants: Humanitarian logic supporting securitization technologies in Spain"

  • Huub van Baar (University of Giessen)
    "From ‘lagging behind’ to ‘being beneath’? The de-developmentalization of time and social order in contemporary Europe”

Discussant: Ulderico Daniele (Rome Tre University)

16:15 // coffee & tea break

17:00 // CONTAINER 158 - A documentary by Stefano Liberti & Enrico Parenti

Chair: Ana Ivasiuc (University of Giessen)

Discussion with Emil Julien Costache (former Roma mediator in Rome, Italy)

 

Friday June 3, 2016

Venue: Hauptgebäude, Ludwigstrasse 23, Senatssaal

 

09:45 // SECURITY AND MARKETIZATION

Chair: Huub van Baar (University of Giessen)

  • Mark Neocleous (Brunel University London)
    "Security + capital = ?"

  • Annabel Tremlett (University of Portsmouth)
    "Roma popular culture in an age of securitization: a move from 'other' to 'enemy'"

  • Manuel Mireanu (autonomous researcher, Romania)
    "The space and crime continuum: Security and gentrification in the case of the Roma people of Cluj, Romania"

Discussant: Ryan Powell (Sheffield Hallam University)

12:00 // coffee & tea break // end of conference

 

 

 

International conference:
The Politics of Security. Understanding and Challenging the Securitization of Europe's Roma

Wednesday - Friday // June 1-3, 2016

 

PROGRAMME

Wednesday June 1, 2016

Venue: Hauptgebäude, Ludwigstrasse 23, Seminarraum 316

 

14:00 // Registration, coffee & tea

14:30 // Welcome

14:45 // SECURITY AND VISUALITY

Chair: Huub van Baar (University of Giessen)

  • Ethel Brooks (Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ)
    "Security, visuality and practices of encampment: Romani histories of the city"

  • Markus End (Independent scholar & Gesellschaft für Antiziganismusforschung, Marburg)
    "Antigypsyism in German police press releases"

  • Ana Ivasiuc (University of Giessen)
    "Sharing the insecure sensible: the circulation of images of Roma on social media"

Discussant: Greta Olson (University of Giessen)

17:00 // coffee & tea break

17:30 // ROUNDTABLE | REFRAMING: SINTI AND ROMA IN ART, CULTURE AND SOCIETY

Chair: Regina Kreide (University of Giessen)

  • Dotschy Reinhardt (singer, writer)
  • Moritz Pankok (director of Gallery Kai Dikhas, Berlin)
  • Kenan Emini (Roma Center Göttingen, Network Alle bleiben)

 

Thursday June 2, 2016

Venue: Hauptgebäude, Ludwigstrasse 23, Senatssaal

 

10:00 // SECURITY AND MOBILITY

Chair: Ana Ivasiuc (University of Giessen)

  • Nicholas De Genova (King’s College London)
    "The securitization of Roma mobilities and the re-bordering of Europe"

  • Jan Grill (University of Manchester/ Universidad del Valle)
    "Synchronizing states and disruptive mobilities: Searching for legible subjects, producing everyday insecurities between Slovakia and Great Britain"

  • Olivier Legros & Marion Lièvre (University of Tours)
    "The interference between securitization policies and the practices of Roma migrants in precarious situation in France"

Discussant: Zsuzsanna Vidra (Central European University Budapest)

12:15 // lunch break

14:00 // SECURITY AND DEVELOPMENT

Chair: Regina Kreide (University of Giessen)

  • Angéla Kóczé (Wake Forest University, Winston Salem, NC)
    "Structural oppression of Roma and the development industry"

  • Ioana Vrabiescu (Roma Initiative Office Fellowship, Foundation Open Society Institute)
    "Voluntary return of Romani migrants: Humanitarian logic supporting securitization technologies in Spain"

  • Huub van Baar (University of Giessen)
    "From ‘lagging behind’ to ‘being beneath’? The de-developmentalization of time and social order in contemporary Europe”

Discussant: Ulderico Daniele (Rome Tre University)

16:15 // coffee & tea break

17:00 // CONTAINER 158 - A documentary by Stefano Liberti & Enrico Parenti

Chair: Ana Ivasiuc (University of Giessen)

Discussion with Emil Julien Costache (former Roma mediator in Rome, Italy)

 

Friday June 3, 2016

Venue: Hauptgebäude, Ludwigstrasse 23, Senatssaal

 

09:45 // SECURITY AND MARKETIZATION

Chair: Huub van Baar (University of Giessen)

  • Mark Neocleous (Brunel University London)
    "Security + capital = ?"

  • Annabel Tremlett (University of Portsmouth)
    "Roma popular culture in an age of securitization: a move from 'other' to 'enemy'"

  • Manuel Mireanu (autonomous researcher, Romania)
    "The space and crime continuum: Security and gentrification in the case of the Roma people of Cluj, Romania"

Discussant: Ryan Powell (Sheffield Hallam University)

12:00 // coffee & tea break // end of conference