The Border(lines) Podcast
A long-form interview podcast where we discuss the politics of migration and forced displacement with scholars, researchers and practitioners.
In our first episode of this series, Professors Everita Silina and Peter Hoffman discuss critical approaches to humanitarianism and the politics of aid work with refugees.
In this episode, we welcome Professors Everita Silina and Neni Panourgia for a conversation about dangerous citizens and the Aegean islands.
In this episode, Professors Everita Silina and Miriam Ticktin discuss the concept of humanitarian innocence, its political consequences and thinking beyond humanitarian borders.
In this episode, Rania Manganaro and Julia Morris discuss aspects of special economic zones, resource extraction, and forms of financial value that characterize the global supply chain model of refugee management.