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Lawrence Liang is a lawyer and researcher based in Bangalore. He has been involved with a number of organizations including Alternative Law Forum, Centre for internet and society and two online video archives Pad.ma and indiancine.ma. His work lies at the intersection of law, technology and culture.
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PhD in Migration Studies. External lecturer Roskilde University (department of Communication and Humanities) and Århus University (department of Education), documentarist + independent consultant/activist. Research interests; management of migration, marginalised migrants and migrant illegality, technologies and production of difference and processes of inclusion/exclusion, historisation of migration; racialization, whiteness and gender in memory and silence about the Nordic colonial past, white privilege and everyday racism.
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Jodi Dean is the Do­nald R. Har­ter '39 Pro­fes­sor of Hu­ma­nities and So­ci­al Sci­en­ces at Ho­bart and Wil­li­am Smith Col­le­ges in Ge­ne­va, New York. She is the aut­hor or edi­tor of ele­ven books, in­clu­ding Democracy and Other Neoliberal Fantasies (Duke 2009), Blog Theory (Po­li­ty 2010), and The Communist Horizon (Ver­so 2012).