Thinking Through Migration problematizes the relationship between migration and the transformations of capitalism at a time when economic crises, populism and rising xenophobia are convergent. It is a multi-scalar ethnography that addresses how East Asian migrant
New "Made in IWM": Slovenian Translation of Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the 21st Century
When non-fiction tops the list: 149 books in translation enabled by the Institute’s Paul Celan program
This month, IWM Permanent Fellow Ludger Hagedorn introduces our "Made in IWM" piece. He interviewed Vesna Velkovrh Bukilica, a Paul Celan Fellow at the IWM in 2015, and the translator of the…
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