Prof. Dr. Gilles Reckinger
Intercultural Communication and Risk research @ University of Innsbruck.
Gilles grew up on the Luxembourgish-Belgian border. He studied in Graz, located at the time near the external European border. The privilege of possessing a passport which permits free movement across borders, denied to many migrants, sparked his interests in the dynamics of the EU’s external borders.
He studied social anthropology and is a professor at the University of Innsbruck. In his work he focuses on life stories and the everyday lives of people living on both the borders of Europe and the margins of society.
His long term anthropological research on Lampedusa “Begegnungen am Rande Europas” (Peter Hammer Verlag) was granted the Theodor-Körner Award and the Bruno-Kreisky Award
Researcher, campaigner, humanitarian aid worker & photographer
Carole is drawn to places about which little or no information exists. After her studies in international politics, Southeast Asia studies and international law, she has lived and worked in East Timor, West Papua and the Philippines among other places. She is interested in the reality of those who are systematically hidden from international public attention. Her website is regularly updated with new projects: www.carolereckinger.co.uk
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Dr. Diana Reiners
Anthropologist – University Lecturer
Diana has been interested in social inequalities and the situation of migrants for many years. She grew up in Germany, studied in Austria, Switzerland and Canada and lives in Luxembourg. As a social anthropologist and university lecturer at different universities, she has been dealing with the transformations of labor society, the upheavals and social marginalisation processes from the perspective of those directly affected.
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