The Here and Now in Forced Migration: Everyday Intimacies, Imaginaries and Bureaucracies
22-23 October 2020 | Göttingen
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WP 19-05 Daniel Hiebert (University of British Colombia): Superdiversity and Cities - Technical Report
WP 19-06 Massimiliano Spotti (Tilburg University): Interactional regimes of sociolinguistic behaviour: An ethnographic exploration of the scales at play across the spaces of an asylum-seeking centre
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