2019

Meeting and screening of The People Behind the Scenes
Moving Image Seminar. Max Weber Centre
Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, Lyon, France

Évanouissement et renaissance des images, grilles de lectures alternatives des politiques migratoires
Congrès du GIS Moyen-Orient et Mondes Musulmans
L’imaginaire méditerranéen à l’épreuve des crises des années 2010.
La contribution des artistes plasticiens du Maghreb à la Turquie
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CNRS, Institut des Migrations, Paris

Film Screening The People Behind the Scenes
Maison Française of Oxford
Followed by a discussion with Dr. Robin Wilson and Dr. Ruben Andersson. Convenor: Dr. Thomas Lacroix



Seminar of the Laboratory of Social Anthropology of Collège de France
Showing the imaginary of exile
Screening of ‘The People Behind the Scenes’

École Nationale Supérieure Louis Lumière, Paris, France


Soapbox presentation of 5 core texts on a decolonising reading list
Decolonising the curriculum: towards a manifesto
Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH)
University of Oxford, England

Donner à voir l’imaginaire de l’exil : l’image absente comme grille de lecture des politiques migratoires
Puissance de l’image absente, journée d’étude
Université Grenoble-Alpes, France



Seminar of IMéRA – Institute for Advanced Study
Representing exile in the Mediterranean today (working title).
Mid-term review of a Critical Ph.D. by practice
Screening of ‘The People Behind the Scenes
Mediterranean Institute for Advanced Research (IméRA)
Marseille, France

Sound creation of the talk by Léa Hernandez on Radio Grenouille Podcast

2018

What is a Decolonial Curriculum?
Championing Yogita Goyal’s text:
The Logic of Analogy: Slavery and the Contemporary Refugee
The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities
University of Oxford, England

Photography and Academic Research: Images in the Post-Truth Era
Changing the regimes of images to change the migratory regimes
Representing exile in the Mediterranean

Birkbeck College, University of London, England

19th Nordic Migration Conference
Representations of exile by the Mediterranean:
changing the nature of images to change opinions

University of Linköping, Sweden

Crossing Borders / Crossing Disciplines:
Rethinking Inclusion, Exclusion, and Human Mobility
Iconicity and recurrence of motifs:
a process of inclusion in the collective imaginary

Worcester College, University of Oxford, England

Commemoration and Creativity
Commemorate exile through images.
The commemorative function of the collective memory of images

The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities
University of Oxford, England

2017

Cultures, Hopes and Conflicts.
The Mediterranean between Land and Sea
Changing the regimes of images to change the migratory regimes
Representing exile in the Mediterranean

ICSR Mediterranean Knowledge
University of Salerno, Italy

Imagining the Mediterranean
Changing regimes of images to change migratory regimes.
Representing exile in the Mediterranean

Institute of Modern Art of Valencia
Valencia, Spain