Right of escape # Sandro Mezzadra

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09th July 2011 – Public lecture.

Sandro Mezzadra, researcher of post-fordist forms of life and of contemporary migratory phenomena, will talk of migration, impasse, cultural and linguistic translation, and of the “right of escape” of everyone, migrant and non migrant citizens.

 

10th July, h 11.00 – Seminar.

Sandro Mezzadra, in dialogue with the Rete per i diritti dei senza voce (Migrant Network).

An informal discussion to examine the relation between old and new rights, starting from the South Tyrolean context and from the concrete experience of the participants.


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Sandro Mezzadra lives and works in Bologna, Italy, where he teaches at the Faculty of Social Sciences. Intellectual connected with the European networks of social movements, he contributes to the cultural pages of «Interventions. International Journal of Postcolonial Studies», and of other journals like «Subjectivity», «Multitudes» and «Studi culturali», which he founded. After dedicating several studies on the history of political, juridical and social sciences in Germany between 19th and 20th century, his work has focused on the relation between migratory movements and transformation of citizenship.