Det humanistiske fakultet (kart)
Niels Henrik Abels vei 36
Different narratives of migration are circulated in the public sphere through news and social media, politics, activism, art, literature, film and research. We can understand narratives of migration better by focusing on the temporal perspectives connected to integration, detention, trauma, crisis, and imagined futures. This will help us understand how the intimate and affective images of “us” and “them” are created in the public sphere.