MEMBERS

The 2020 CHCI-Mellon GHI “Migration, Global Logistics and Unequal Citizens in Contemporary Societies” will be delivered by the collaborative consortium formed by five core institutes and seven affiliations from eight different countries.

Core Institutes and Affiliated Organizations, CHCI-GHI 2020

This consortium brings together scholars from various backgrounds who have worked on multi-disciplinary research projects, including history, visual art, comparative literature, culture studies, gender studies, film and documentary studies, digital storytelling, political philosophy, sociology, anthropology, law, globalization, migration, social integration, religious violence and ethnic conflicts, and so on.

CONVENING CENTERS AND ORGANIZERS

The 2020 CHCI-Mellon Global Humanities Institute for “Migration, Global Logistics and Unequal Citizens in Contemporary Societies” will be developed by an association of six partner institutes:

  1. The International Center for Cultural Studies of National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
  2. The Institute for Culture and Society of Western Sydney University, Australia
  3. The Institute for Population and Social Research & Mahidol Migration Center, Mahidol University, Thailand
  4. The Faculty of the Arts and Social Sciences of University of Malaya, Malaysia
  5. Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academia of Sciences, Poland
  6. The Group for Inquiries and Social Theory, Ton Duc Thang University, Vietnam

This collaboration brings together scholars, basing in Asia or researching on Asia, from various backgrounds who have worked on multi-disciplinary research projects, including political philosophy, sociology, anthropology, law, history, visual art, comparative literature, culture studies, gender studies, film and documentary studies, digital storytelling, globalization, migration, social integration, religious violence and ethnic conflicts, and so on.

The CORE RESEARCH TEAM is comprised of the Co-PIs and the researchers from the partner institutes.

This collaboration also launches the establishment of the Consortium for the Transnational Joint Research Center for Migration, Logistics, and Cultural Intervention.

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