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Research interests: Deportation policy, asylum, citizenship and borders, racism and the border regime, criminalisation of migration, migration justice movements. 

Current research: "Policing the 'deportation gap': Pending deportation as a form of migration governance and as a legal status lived by West African asylum seekers in Germany". The PhD project examines how West African migrations are governed through deportability produced in the German asylum system and the EU border regime, marked by the legal and bureaucratic violence shaping the legal status of "obligation to leave" (Ausreisepflicht). The intersection of diverse state practices and discourses comes to view from the perspective of the affected persons' knowledge, experience and resistance. Analyses emerging from migration and organised migration justice and antiracist movements, particularly those lead by West Africans, inform the theoretical framework of the research. Funded by Kone Foundation.

Korvensyrjä is co-researcher in the interdisciplinary, activist research collective Culture of Deportation and was the research team coordinator in the project Welcome to Europe? realised by the collective and funded by Kone Foundation. It created an online archive which documents the German tradition of criminalising migration and the EU model of border externalisation, focusing on the knowledge and analyses generated in migrant self-organisation (http://cultureofdeportation.org/). Since 2018 Culture of Deportation has documented and campaigned against racist police and security guard violence in southern German asylum camps together with local asylum seeker groups. In these cases Korvensyrjä was also conducting trial-monitoring with Justizwatch.

Korvensyrjä received her Master of Social Science degree in Social Science History in June 2015 (Excellent). She is currently doctoral student at the Department of Social Research (Sociology), Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Helsinki. She is also affiliated to the Centre for Research on Ethnic Relations and Nationalism (CEREN).

 

 

Publikationer 2015 2019

Culture of deportation: Surviving the German asylum system

Korvensyrjä, A. E., Osa, R. & Jassey, D., maj 2019, German Pavillon in Biennale Arte 2019 Venice (Publication): Natascha Süder Happelman. Archive Books

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Polizeigewalt gegen Geflüchtete rechtens?

Korvensyrjä, A. E., 1 jan 2019, I : Hinterland. 40

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Aktiviteter 2015 2019

Panel: Fake it 'till you make it: Anthropological Explorations of ‘Falsity’ in Times of Radical Social Transformation

Aino E Korvensyrjä (Talare: Presentation)
17 apr 2019

Aktivitet: Typer för deltagande i eller organisering av evenemangArrangemang av och deltagande i konferens/workshop/kurs/seminarium

19th Nordic Migration Research Conference (NMR Conference)

Aino E Korvensyrjä (Talare: Presentation)
15 aug 201817 aug 2018

Aktivitet: Typer för deltagande i eller organisering av evenemangArrangemang av och deltagande i konferens/workshop/kurs/seminarium

Borders, Racisms and Harms

Aino E Korvensyrjä (Talare: Presentation)
2 maj 20184 maj 2018

Aktivitet: Typer för deltagande i eller organisering av evenemangArrangemang av och deltagande i konferens/workshop/kurs/seminarium

EuroCrim 2018: 18th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology

Aino E Korvensyrjä (Talare: Presentation)
29 aug 20181 sep 2018

Aktivitet: Typer för deltagande i eller organisering av evenemangArrangemang av och deltagande i konferens/workshop/kurs/seminarium

Police violence in Southern German asylum camps

Aino E Korvensyrjä (Talare: Presentation), David Jassey (Talare: Presentation)
3 nov 2018

Aktivitet: Typer för deltagande i eller organisering av evenemangArrangemang av och deltagande i konferens/workshop/kurs/seminarium