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Message posted on 25/05/2023

Processing Citizenship final conference - June 26th-27th

                apologies for crossposting

Dear colleagues,

you are invited to join online the /Processing Citizenship /final 
conference on June 26th-27th 
How does migration enact Europe? This question can be answered legally 
and politically, as most policy makers, sociologists and journalists do. 
Or, it can be answered *technically. *How do data infrastructures and 
practices for foreign population management shape the European order, 
while they process Alterity? These and other questions have been 
addressed by Processing Citizenship over the last six years.

Started in 2017, the *Processing 
Citizenship**project*( will reach an 
end in August 2023. Twelve team members have worked on the project over 
these years, and as many members of the Advisory Board. A dozen 
supporters inside and outside academia have provided their invaluable 
help in networking with gatekeepers, enabling access to reseach fields, 
pointing to ongoing developments, reviewing drafts or disseminating 
results. Around a hundred participants have shared their perspectives in 
interviews, observations, documents, or informal conversations. More 
than a thousand readers have honored our published work. This final 
conference of Processing Citizenship is meant to say *thank you *to all 
of them.

During these years, we have shared ideas and built concepts together 
with scholars from diverse fields such as migration studies, STS, 
computer sciences, border studies, human geography, critical security 
studies, philosophy and history of technology, organization studies, 
semantic web and AI, EU studies, political science, law and 
international relations. Each time, it took a moment to come together 
and create a form of knowledge that worked as boundary object. Each 
time, we came to see things in a different light. With our colleagues 
from these fields, we wish to share the results of our endeavours during 
two days of presentations, debates, dialogues, roundtables and 
break-outs. And to listen to their own recent developments.

You can register for online attendance here: 
you will immediately receive the videocall URL.

We look forward to welcoming you to the Processing Citizenship final 

The PC team members
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