Supporting Institutions


The Pelion Summer Lab for Cultural Theory and Experimental Humanities (PSL) is a ten-day program of seminars, methodological workshops, artistic events, exploration and creation that convenes an international and interdisciplinary group of graduate students, cultural producers, activists and scholars from humanities and social science fields for a period of intensive exchange regarding the pressing questions of our research and our worlds.

The Floating Laboratory for Action and Theory At Sea (FLOATS) is an international platform for sea-oriented academics, artists and activists to develop collaborations, campaigns and concepts.

The Decolonial Initiative at Brown University aims to bring together the study of the (often forced) movement of people and objects in a radically different interdisciplinary framework, so that we can restitute another way of rebuilding our world in the age of debilitating and de-historicizing anti-immigrant politics.

The Culture-Borders-Gender/LAB is a place and mode of meeting within the academic community of an Area Studies Department (Balkan, Slavic and Oriental Studies) at the University of Macedonia, as well as a link between junior and experienced researchers who are active in the fields of Social Anthropology, Cultural Studies, Gender and Border Studies.

The Australian Migration History Network promotes the interdisciplinary and intersectional research of histories of migration and is committed to acknowledging and communicating that all migrants to Australia have arrived on lands that were never ceded by Indigenous peoples.

1927 Art Space is an independent space in Athens, with the mission to bridge research and artistic practice, facilitate international exchanges among independent artists, and offer space for laboratory and in-progress work.


This project, like many of the activities of the Office in Greece of the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung was funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development. The content of this publication does  not necessarily reflect the official opinion of the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung . Responsibility for the information and views therein lies with the authors.
Project Manager: Electra Alexandropoulou