Publications and dissemination
The WAIT reseachers present the project and case studies at various conferences and workshops both nationally and internationally. The list is continuously updated.
Anderson, Bridget (2021). ‘Stealing Time: an epilogue’ in Stealing Time: Migration, temporalities and state violence, (eds.) Bhatia, Monish, and Canning, Victoria. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Eriksen, Thomas Hylland (2021) Appenes planet. Aschehoug.
Karlsen, Marry-Anne (forthcoming 2021). Migration Control and Access to Welfare: The Precarious Inclusion of Irregular Migrants in Norway. London and New York, Routledge.
Khosravi, Shahram (ed) (2021) Waiting – A Project in Conversation. Transcript Verlag.
Camminga, B. (2020) Encamped within a Camp: Transgender Refugees and Kakuma Refugee Camp (Kenya), in Jesper Bjarnesen & Simon Turner (eds.) Invisible Displacements in African Transnational spaces. London, Zed Books. pp. 36–52.
Jacobsen, C. (Ed.), Karlsen, M.A. (Ed.), Khosravi, S. (Ed.). (2020). Waiting and the Temporalities of Irregular Migration. London: Routledge.
Anderson, Bridget (2020). ‘And About Time Too...: Migration, Documentation and Temporalities’ in Paper Trails: Migrants, Documents and Legal Insecurity, (eds.) Horton, Sarah B. and Heyman, Josiah. Duke University Press (2020)
De Genova, Nicholas (2020) On standby... at the borders of 'Europe'. Ephemera: Theory & Politics in Organization.
Drangsland, Kari Anne (2020). Bordering through recalibration: Exploring the temporality of the German “Ausbildungsduldung." Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 0(0) 1–18.
Drangsland, Kari Anne (2020). Waiting as a redemptive state: The ‘Lampedusa in Hamburg’ and the offer from the Hamburg government. Time & Society 2020, Vol. 29 (2) 318–339.
Drangsland, Kari Anne, Jacobsen, Christine M., Karlsen, Marry-Anne og Schultz, Jessica. How is the Covid-19 pandemic affecting migrants with precarious legal status? Blog post on the WAIT project website, 15.04.2020.
Drangsland, Kari Anne, Jacobsen, Christine M. og Karlsen, Marry-Anne. Waiting for uncertain futures in pandemic times. Blog post on the WAIT project website, 15.04.2020.
Gressgård, Randi and Lozic, Vanja (2020): "The shifting status of failure and possibility: Resilience and the 'shift' in partnership-organized prevention in Sweden." Politics 40(3): 332-347.
Jacobsen, Christine M. The power-chronographies of waiting for asylum in Marseille, France. Webinar hosted by SOAS, University of London, 28.10.2020
Jordheim, Helge. Podcast conversation in Norwegian on Pandemipodden: Hvordan påvirker egentlig koronapandemien vår oppfatning av tid? Samtale med Helge Jordheim. 2020.
Karlsen, Marry- Anne. “Irregulære migranters tilgang til helsetjenester i Norge – juridiske rammer og institusjonell praksis – Centre for Migration Health, Bergen municipality, 22.09.2020
Khosravi, Shahram and Alavi, Elyas. Visual essay: I Wish Grapes Would Ripen. 06.06.2020
Khosravi, Shahram & Yimer, Dagmawi. Film: Waiting. 17.04.2020.
Khosravi, Shahram. Video interview: Shahram Khosravi: Pandemic and Borders. 04.04.2020.
Lysaker, Odin (2020). Nowhere Home: The Waiting of Vulnerable Child Refugees, in Margareta Dancus, Maria Karlsson, and Mats Hyvönen (eds.) Vulnerability in Scandinavian Art and Culture. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Lysaker, Odin (2020) Dignity in Natality: Hannah Arendt on Human Rights in Dark Times, in Jakob Lothe (ed.) Research and Human Rights. Oslo: Novus Press (2020).
Noll, Gregor, Byrne, Rosemary & Vedsted-Hansen, Jens (2020). Understanding the crisis of refugee law: Legal scholarship and the EU asylum system. Leiden Journal of International Law, 33(4), 871-892.
Schultz, Jessica (2020) “When does displacement end? The cessation of refugee status in law and practice’. Seminar, University of California at Berkeley. September, 2020.
Schultz, Jessica (2020) “The end of protection? Cessation and the ‘return turn’ in refugee law.” Blog post on the Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies website.
Vearey, Jo (2020). No time for xenophobia: an effective response to Covid-19 in South Africa is an inclusive one. Blog post on PROTECT project website, April 2020.
Walker, Rebecca & Oliveira, Elsa (2020). A Creative Storytelling Project with Women Migrants in Johannesburgh, South Africa. Studies in Social Justice. Volume 14, Issue 1, 188-209, 2020.
Walker, Rebecca (2020) “Migration, wellbeing and access to healthcare: exploring the relationship of migration and healthcare in South Africa through the experiences of refugee women” in Sigfrid Grønseth, A & J. Skinner (eds.), Mobilities of Wellbeing: Migration, the State, and Medical Knowledge. Carolina Academic Press. (forthcoming 2020)
Walker, Rebecca and E. Oliveira. (2020). “Keeping well in the city: Experiences of migration, gender and motherhood in Johannesburg, South Africa”.in Larchanché, S and N. El-Shaarawi (eds.) Migration and Health: Challenging the Borders of Belonging, Care, and Policy. New York: Berghahan House. (forthcoming 2020)
Camminga, B. (2019). Transgender Refugees and the Imagined South Africa: Bodies over Borders and Borders over Bodies. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Camminga, B., & Matebeni, Z. (Eds.). (2019). Beyond the Mountain: Queer life in Africa’s ‘Gay Capital’. Johannesburg: Unisa Press.
Camminga, B. (2019). Shifting in the City: Being and Longing in Cape Town. In Z. Matebeni & B. Camminga (Eds.), in Beyond the Mountain: Queer Life in Africa’s ‘Gay Capital’ (pp. 60–70). Johannesburg: Unisa Press.
Camminga, B. (2019). Transgender Refugees: A scoping exercise and future intervention planning. New York: Wellspring (REPORT)
Camminga, B. (2019). (Convener) “Crossing boundaries, crossing borders: subversion, disruption and LGBTQ migration on the African continent”. 8th European Conference on African Studies (ECAS) (2019)
Camminga, B. (2019). “What’s private about private parts? Archives, opacity, tabloids and transgender lives on and off the African continent”, The Archives, Libraries, Museums and Special Collections (ALMS) Conference (Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, June 2019)
Camminga, B. (2019). “To Exist is to Resist: The Survival Migration of Transgender Zimbabweans”, 8th European Conference on African Studies (ECAS) (University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, May 2019)
Camminga, B. (2019). “Digital borders, diasporic flows and the Nigerian transgender beauty queen who would not be denied”, NORA: Border regimes, territorial discourses & feminist politics (University of Iceland, Reykjavik, May 2019)
De Genova, Nicholas (2019) “Detention, Deportation, and Waiting: Toward a Theory of Migrant Detainability”. Gender and výzkum / Gender and Research Volume 20, Number 1 (Prague, Czech Republic)
Drangsland, Kari Anne. (2019). "Whose bodies count and how". Paper presented during the panel "Bodies in Crisis - Urgency, Resistance and Creativity in Spaces of/for change." NORA Conference, Reykjavik, 22 May.
Drangsland, Kari Anne. (2019). "The sound of waiting." Paper presented at the seminar "Social Acoustics: Sound, Hearing Movement, Performativity". Faculty for Fine Art, Music and Design, UiB, 10 April.
Drangsland, Kari Anne. (2019). "Bordering through recalibration. Exploring the temporality of the German 'Ausbildungsduldung'". Seminar with Sarah Sharma. Center for Advanced Studies. 11 January.
Drangsland, Kari Anne (2019). Seminar: Tid og temporalitet i planleggingen. Master seminar, Department of Geography, University of Bergen, 30 October, 2019
Eriksen, Thomas Hylland (2019) "En hel verden i miniatyr." Essay in Norwegian weekly Morgenbladet, 12.07.2019 (in Norwegian, behind paywall)
Gressgård, Randi. (2019). "Politisk korrekthet, identitetspolitikk og ytringsfrihet". Tidsskrift for Samfunnssforskning. Vol. 60(1).
Jacobsen, Christine M. (2019). “On Feminist Critique and How the Ontological Turn is Queering Anthropology” (with Annelin Eriksen), i Paul Boyce, EJ Gonzalez-Polledo and Silvia Posocco – (eds.) Queering Knowledge: Analytics, Devices and Investments after Marilyn Strathern. Routledge: London and New York.
Jacobsen, Christine M. (2019). "Waitinghood: Unpacking the temporalities of waiting and irregular migration". Seminar with Sarah Sharma. Center For Advanced Studies. 11 January.
Jacobsen, Christine M. (2019). Paper entitled ‘'Waitinghood and acceleration: the uneven temporalities of un/documented lives in Marseille', presented at the WAIT mid-way conference, Norwegian University Centre in Athens, February 7-8 2019
Jacobsen, Christine M. (2019). Participation in round table "Creativity, Resistance, and Change in Times of Crises: Who is the Subject Speaking?", with Marry-Anne Karlsen, Randi Gressgård, Miriam Ticktin and Margit Ystanes. NORA conference, Reykjavik, 24 May.
Jacobsen, Christine M. (2019). Introduction to the session ‘Lives on Hold’ - Theorising Temporalities of Waiting among Migrants at Workshop on Time and Temporalities, Department of Sociology, UiB, May 28-29 2019
Jacobsen, Christine M. (2019). Introduction to Native/Immigrant/Refugee: Crossings and Divides, workshop co-organised by WAIT/SKOK at UiB and the University of Berkeley, funded by Peder Saether, August 28.-29.
Karlsen, Marry-Anne. (2019). Participation in round table "Creativity, Resistance, and Change in Times of Crises: Who is the Subject Speaking?" with Christine Jacobsen, Randi Gressgård, Miriam Ticktin and Margit Ystanes. NORA conference, Reykjavik, 24 May.
Karlsen, Marry-Anne. (2019) ‘Healthcare through the temporal lens of migration control’. Presentation at the seminar Borders and migration, organized by Institutt for helse og samfunn, Det medisinske fakultet, UiO, Litteraturhuset, Oslo, 22. August 2019
Khosravi, Shahram (2019) Lo Sone Confine (translation: 'Illegal' Traveler: an auto-ethnography of borders' into Italian), Elèuthera
Khosravi, Sharam (2019) What do we see if we look at the border from the other side?, Social Anthropology, 27(3)
Khosravi, Shahram (2019) Un anthropologue avec: approche autoethnographique Monde Commun, September 03.
Khosravi, Shahram (2019) Stolen time, Radical Philosophy, 2:(3)
Khosravi, Shahram (2019) The demand to understand as a bordering practice (comment), American Ethnologist, 46(3).
Khosravi, Sharam (2019) Keynote: Writing with an accent. Conference: Keeping it Honest: Vulnerable Writing, Uppsala University, 22-23 August 2019
Khosravi, Sharam (2019) Keynote: Criminalization of Solidarity. Conference: Maps of Solidarity, 30 August- 1 September 2019, Malmö
Khosravi, Shahram (2019) "Crossing borders." Key note speech at the University of California, San Diego. 2 May, 2019.
Khosravi, Shahram (2019) "Sweden: The Time of Borders." Lecture at the University of Oxford, 22 January, 2019
Khosravi, Shahram (2019) "Walling, Unsettling, Stealing." Lecture at York University, Toronto, 9 April, 2019
Lysaker, Odin (2019) "The Temporalities of Climate Refugees," seminar organized by the WAIT project (Waiting for an Uncertain Future: The Temporalities of Irregular Migration) at the Norwegian Institute at Athens, 6–9 February, 2019.
Lysaker, Odin (2019) "The Temporalities of Climate Refugees," paper at the The Philosophy and Social Science Conference, Praha 29 May to 2 June, 2019.
Lysaker, Odin (2019). Hopp i havet. Comment in Klassekampen October 19 (in Norwegian, behind paywall).
Musso, Sandrine (2019). Séminaire Migrations et altérités "Espaces et frontières", "Anthropologies de la frontière, "Maison de la recherche, Aix-en-Provence, Organisé par le collection Migrations et altérité, February 17.
Musso, Sandrine (2019). L’anthropologie de la santé : éléments d’histoire et grandes questions contemporaines, Séminaire de recherche du laboratoire ADES (Anthropologie du vivant, Droit Ethique et Santé) Hôpital de la Timone, Marseille, March 12.
Schultz, Jessica. (2019). Presentation for Courts and Immigration Appeals Board members in Northern Europe, 'Ending International Protection' hosted by UNHCR Nordic Region, Stockholm.
Vearey, Jo and Walker, Rebecca (2019) ‘In sickness and in health: why the Minister of Home Affairs has a duty of care to tackle endemic anti-foreigner sentiment’ Op-ed in The Daily Maverick. 26 September, 2019.
Walker, Rebecca, Yingwana, Ntokozo and Echart, Alex (2019) ‘Sex Work, Migration and Human Trafficking in South Africa: From polarised arguments to potential partnerships. Anti-Trafficking Review 12, 2019, pp 74-90.
Walker, Rebecca and Oliveira, E. (2019) E-book: Mwangaza Mamas. A participatory arts-based project with refugee women in South Africa.
Willen, Sarah S. (2019). Fighting for Dignity: Migrant Lives at Israel’s Margins. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
Bendixsen, Synnøve Kristine Nepstad & Eriksen, Thomas Hylland (2018). "Timeless time among irregular migrants: The slowness of waiting in an accelerated world", i Manpreet Janeja & Andrea Bandak (red.), Ethnographies of Waiting: Doubt, Hope & Uncertainty. Bloomsbury Academic.
Drangsland, Kari Anne. (2018). "WAIT - I vente på en usikker fremtid". Migration Conference at UiB, 16 November 2018.
Drangsland, Kari Anne. (2018). "Vente, vitne, våkne". Contribution to art project, Trondheim, 11 November 2018.
Drangsland, Kari Anne. (2018). "Planleggingens Temporalitet". Seminar at the Department of Geography at UiB, 13 October 2018.
Drangsland, Kari Anne. (2018). "The Architecture of Waiting." Lecture at Bergen School of Architecture, 15 September 2018.
Drangsland, Kari Anne. (2018). "The distribution of futurity within the German border timescape." Nordic Migration Research Conference, Norrköping, 15-17 August 2018.
Drangsland, Kari Anne, Jacobsen, Christine M., Karlsen, Marry-Anne og Khosravi, Shahram (2018) "Il/legal time: Exploring the temporalities of irregular migration." Workshop, Nordisk migrasjonskonferanse, Norrköping, 15.-17. august 2018.
Drangsland, Kari Anne. (2018). "The temporalities of the Ausbildungsduldung". EASA konferanse, Stockholm. 14-17 August, 2018
Drangsland, Kari Anne. (2018). "Your future starts right here – The temporalities of Ausbildungsduldung as a borderscape." Foredrag ved Universität Hamburg, Fakultät für Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaften, 17 April 2018.
Drangsland, Kari Anne (2018) Blog post (in Norwegian): Hvor lenge er det verdt å vente på oppholdstillatelse her?
Drangsland, Kari Anne (2018) Blog post (in Norwegian): Det viktigste for dere er å unngå å bli sendt tilbake
Drangsland, Kari Anne (2018) Blog post: Places of silence at the edge of comfort
Jacobsen, Christine M. (2018). “The Futures of Waitinghood." Lecture, Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani, University of Buenos Aires. 14 November 2018.
Jacobsen, Christine M. (2018). Paper presented at The Social Life of Time: Power, Discrimination and Transformation. Session 7: "Waiting between hope and violence" at the University of Edinburgh, 5-7 June 2018.
Jacobsen, Christine M. (2018). "The In/egalitarian Dynamics of Gender Equality and Homotolerance in Contemporary Norway". in Bendixen, Synnøve, Bringslid, Mary-Bente og Vike, Halvar (Eds.), Egalitarianism in Scandinavia: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. Palgrave.
Jacobsen, Christine M. (2018). 'Waiting for an Uncertain Future: The Temporalities of Irregular Migration and Asylum Policymaking', paper presented at the conference Whither European asylum policy? A pendulum between universalisation and re-nationalisation, Organized by the Faculty of Social Sciences at UiB and UiB's Brussels office at The Strategic Working Group of Leaders for Global Challenges.
Jacobsen, Christine M. (2018). Presentation of the research project WAIT - Waiting for an uncertain future: The temporalities of irregular migration at the Health Care for Undocumented Migrants, Nordic Seminar 4-5 May 2018.
Jacobsen, Christine M. (2018). "The Transformative Effects of Migration on Gender in Politics and Society". The Transformative Consequences of International Migration symposium, organized by the UiB Research Unit on International Migration and Ethnic Relations (IMER Bergen) in cooperation with Global Challenges, 9 May 2018.
Jacobsen, Christine M., Karlsen, Marry-Anne og Drangsland, Kari Anne Klovholt (2018) Med livet på vent. Open WAIT seminar at Litteraturhuset i Bergen in cooperation with the Faculty of Humanities at UiB. The organizations Mennesker i Limbo and Helsesenter for Papirløse migranter (Health Center for Irregular Migrants) also participated in the discussion.
Karlsen, Marry-Anne. (2018). "‘How long time is enough?’ Exploring irregular migration, time and belonging". Presentation, Il/legal time: Exploring the temporalities of irregular migration. Nordic Migration Research Conference, Norrköping 15-17 August 2018.
Karlsen, Marry-Anne. (2018). The Limits of Egalitarianism: Irregular Migration and the Norwegian Welfare State, in S,Bendixsen, M.B. Bringslid, H, Vike, (eds.) Egalitarianism in Scandinavia. Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, pp. 223-243. Palgrave Macmillan.
Karlsen, Marry-Anne. (2018). ‘How long time is enough?’ Exploring irregular migration, time and belonging. Work in Progress Seminar, African Centre for Migration and Society, University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 4 May 2018.
Karlsen, Marry-Anne. (2018).«Helseforskriften - Praktiske og etiske dilemma for helsepersonell. Helsetjenester for papirløse migranter»; Introduction to seminar organized by the Christian Democrats (political party), in cooperation with Helsesenteret for papirløse migranter Oslo (The Health Centre for Paperless Migrants in Oslo), Rådet for legeetikk i Den Norske Legeforening (The Medical Ethics Council of the Norwegian Medical Association), Norsk Folkehjelp (Norwegian People's Aid), Røde Kors (The Red Cross), Antirasistisk senter (The Antiracism Centre) and Kirkens Bymisjon (The Church City Mission). Litteraturhuset, Oslo, 11 November 2018
Karlsen, Marry-Anne. (2018). “Precarious inclusion as a strategy of government: Irregular migration and the Norwegian welfare state.” Invited talk at the Center for Race and Gender, University of California, Berkeley, 13 November 2018.
Karlsen, Marry-Anne. (2018). “Imagining Im/migrant Futures: Potentiality in Im/migration Studies” Roundtable discussion at American Anthropological Association, San Jose, 17 November 2018
Karlsen, Marry-Anne and Musso, Sandrine (2018) "Trapped in space, stuck in time? Exploring irregular migration, time and im/mobility." Workshop during the EASA conference i Stockholm. 14 August, 2018
Khosravi, Shahram. (2018) "Walling, Unsettling, Stealing". Staying, Moving, Settling. Keynote at the European Association of Social Anthropologist (EASA) conference, Stockholm. 14-17 August, 2018
Khosravi, Shahram. (2018) "Stolen Time" i Red Pepper, June-July. (printed version.)
Khosravi, Shahram. (2018) "Deportees' Time" Keynote ved Borders, Racisms, and Harms: A Symposium. School of Law, Birbeck, London, 2 May 2018.
Khosravi, Shahram (2018) "Precarious lives." University of Amsterdam, 4 October, 2018
Lysaker, Odin (2018). "Dignified Childhoods Put on Hold: A Waiting Guarantee for Vulnerable Unaccompanied Minors’ Prolonged Displacement". Paper presented at The Philosophy and Social Science Conference, Prague 16–20 May 2018; Refugees and Minority Rights: Acceptable and Unacceptable Criteria for Accepting/Rejecting Refugees in a Non-ideal World, 14–15 June 2018, The Arctic University of Norway; the “Reason and Affect in Divided Societies: The Nordic Case” workshop, Uppsala University, 7-8 June 2018.
Lysaker, Odin (2018) "Falling out of time." Blog post on the project website, 3 May, 2018
Musso, Sandrine. (2018). "Illegal time: the measure of bone age and minor migrants in France". Staying, Moving, Settling at the European Association of Social Anthropologist (EASA) conference, Stockholm. 14-17 August 2018.
Musso, Sandrine. (2018). in collaboration with Carine Baxerres, Alice Desclaux, Cyril Farnarier, Juliette Sakoyan, Aline Sarradon-Eck and Francesca Sirna "Frontières, temporalités et matérialités au prisme de la santé." Seminar series at Centre Norbert Elias, EHESS Marseille.
Walker, Rebecca. (2018). “Migrant mothers and the burden of care: Reflections from Johannesburg”. Family, Relationships and Societies. Vol 7(2). pp. 349-353.
Walker, Rebecca, & Galvin, Treasa. (2018). Labels, victims, and insecurity: an exploration of the lived realities of migrant women who sell sex in South Africa. Third World Thematics: A TWQ Journal, 1-16.
Willen, Sarah. (2018). Paper: "Conjugal Interruptions and Strewn Families: Reflections on the Temporal Disjunctures and Truncation of Illegalized Life" at Staying, Moving, Settling, European Association of Social Anthropologist (EASA) conference 2018, Stockholm. 14-17 August, 2018.
Aterianus-Owanga, Alice and Musso, Sandrine (2017) Introduction. Anthropologie et migrations: mises en perspective. Lectures anthropologiques, dossier n. 3. 2017
Drangsland, Kari Anne (2017) "WAIT - Das Warten auf eine unsichere Zukunf": Presentation for the organisation Das Begegnungshaus - Arbeitskreis Asyl, March 28, 2017. In Walldorf, Germany.
Drangsland, Kari Anne and Rubing, Anders (2017) "Temporary Architecture, Material Politics": Course for master students at Bergen Arkitektskole (BAS - Bergen School of Architecture), spring semester 2017.
Drangsland, Kari Anne (2017) Blog post (in Norwegian): Hamburg venter
Drangsland, Kari Anne (2017) Blog pot (in Norwegian): Husarrest
Jacobsen, Christine M. "Dieu vous le rendra: Caring for others and the self in the context of ‘migration crisis’ and ‘secular suspicion’", presentation in the panel "Migration, suffering and care" as part of the conference "Muslim care beyond the Self: Ethics of care among Muslims and their neighbors" at Moesgaard Museum, Denmark, 12 December 2017.
Jacobsen, Christine M. 'Dieu vous le rendra: Caring for Others and the Self in the Context of 'Migration Crisis' and 'Secular Suspicion', invited paper Presented at Muslim Care Beyond the Self: Ethics of Care among Muslims and their Neighbours, conference organised by the Anthropology Research Program at Aarhus University, 11 December 2017.
Jacobsen, Christine M. "Reproductive futurities in the context of irregular migration", innlegg i panelet "Reproduction: politics, policies and temporalities," as part of the workshop "Rights, Reproduction and Care: Gender, intimacy and mobility in the context of hardening borders and new populist nationalisms" at the University of Bergen, 8 December 2017.
Jacobsen, Christine M. and Musso, Sandrine "Penser l’attente et les temporalités dans les migrations irrégulières : le projet Wait." Presentation for the seminar series Frontières, temporalités, matérialités au prisme de la santé" at Centre Norbert Elias, Marseille, November 2017.
Jacobsen, Christine M. “Waiting at the borders of Europe”, field report publicized on the project's home page. September 5, 2017.
Jacobsen, Christine M. “Times of migration: the consequences of ‘waitinghood’ for migrants’ health and processes of integration”, presentation at the opening of "Global Challenges", University of Bergen, May 15, 2017
Jacobsen, Christine M. «WAIT - I vente på en usikker fremtid: temporaliteter rundt irregulær migrasjon», presentation of the project a as part of a miniseminar with the SAMKUL programme, Research Council of Norway, May 8, 2017.
Jacobsen, Christine M. "Migrasjonstider: om venting, usikkerhet og framtid i irregulær migrasjon," open lecture under Café Humaniora, Christie Café, University of Bergen, 27 April, 2017.
Jacobsen, Christine M. "Times of Migration: Un/documented lives in Europe," open lunch seminar at International Migration and Ethnic Relations Researh Unit Bergen (IMER Bergen). April 4, 2017 Bergen.
Jacobsen, Christine M. "Times of Migration: Un/documented Lives in Marseille," open lecture at The Centre for Advanced Migration Studies (AMIS), March 24, 2017. University of Copenhagen.
Karlsen, Marry-Anne "Hva haster og hva kan vente? Krisebetegnelsens betydning for og i asyl- og flyktningpolitikken." Introduction to Arr – idéhistorisk tidsskrift's launch of new issue on the topic of "crisis" at the Literature House in Oslo, October 10, 2017.
Karlsen, Marry-Anne «Migranter på vent». Lecture during academic day, University of Bergen, January 2, 2017.
Karlsen, Marry-Anne "Tramspotting in Oslo." Blog post on the project's website, 4 December 2017
Bygnes, Susanne og Karlsen, Marry-Anne. "Krise og kontinuitet i mottak av flyktninger i Norden." Tidsskrift for velferdsforskning, 4 (20) 2017, s. 260-267.
Lysaker, Odin "Med livet på vent - Venting, usikkerhet og verdighet for irregulære migranter", presentation at Utlendingsnemdas internal seminar regarding asylum (UNE), Oslo, May 30, 2017
Lysaker, Odin. "Dignity on Hold - Migration, Time, and Human Rights", paper presented at Centre for Women's and Gender Research (SKOK). University of Bergen. January 25, 2017. View the presentation here.
Lysaker, Odin. "Når tenkningen blir farlig." Opinion piece in Norwegian weekly Morgenbladet, 24 February 2017
Khosravi, Shahram, “The time of borders.” Keynote at kick-off seminar Helping Hands Research Network, Copenhagen, 31 May 2017.
Khosravi, Shahram "Arazel Owbash" - Polluted and Polluting Masculine Bodies as Anti-Citizens in Iran", open seminar at SKOK, May 24, 2017 University of Bergen. Read more about the seminar here.
Khosravi, Shahram “Europe, Borders, Technology: Ongoing Research Projects." Presentation at The 8th Tensions of Europe Conference: “Borders and Technology," Athens, 7-10 September 2017.
Khosravi, Shahram "Waiting in Sweden." Blog post on the project's website, 6 November 2017
Mountz, Alison and Jacobsen, Christine M. "Legal geographies at land and sea: island as border." Guest lecture by Alison Mountz during Bergen Summer Research School 2017, with Jacobsen as discussant. 15 June 2017, Bergen.
Musso, Sandrine. "Multiple Temporalities: epidemic, mobilizations, institutions and bodies", paper presented at Centre for Women's and Gender Research. University of Bergen, April 19, 2017. View the presentation here.
Plambech, Sine. "Between Victims and Criminals." Guest lecture and film screening during Bergen Research School, 14 June 2017
Jacobsen, Christine M. "Cross-discipline approaches to migration temporalities", paper presented at Transatlantic Forum, Big Challenges Human Solutions. October 24-25, 2016 The University of Chicago.
Jacobsen, Christine M. "Kva skjer med dei som ventar?" Interview in Norwegian in UiB university newspaper På Høyden, 8 July 2016
Lysaker, Odin. "Verdighet på vent." Opinion piece in Norwegian daily newspaper Fædrelandsvennen, 28 September 2016
Lysaker, Odin. "Ethics and Law - Hannah Arendt on the Right to Have Rights", paper presented in The Ethics Research Group. October 11, 2016. University of Agder.