Fence on Border

Remaking European Borders: The Migration Crisis from an East European Perspective

Wednesday, February 14, 2018
11:40 am
Harrison Hall 202

Jessica Greenberg is a social anthropologist who is an assistant professor of Anthropology and Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. As a political anthropologist, Greenberg's research has focused on questions of democracy, post-socialism, protest, citizenship, state, and revolution as well as her regional interests in Eastern Europe, the Former Yugoslavia (Serbia specifically) and Europe. Greenberg has stated that it is necessary to “be curious, critical and empathetic, keep an open mind, listen to what people say and watch what they do” (Interview with Greenberg). She has noted that “it’s important to remember that knowledge production is a fundamentally collaborative process that requires both intellectual and ethical commitments” (Interview with Greenberg). from wikipedia

Presented as part of the Havighurst Colloquia Series - The Intimacy of Power: Politics and Everyday Life in Russia and Eastern Europe

Jessica Greenberg
Jessica Greenberg
University of Illinois at UC