Werner Binder is an assistant professor at the Masaryk University, Brno (Czech Republic). After studies in Mannheim, Potsdam and Berlin, he earned his PhD at the University of Konstanz with a thesis on the Abu Ghraib scandal. His fields of interest include: sociological theory, cultural sociology, textual and visual methods of interpretation, the civil sphere and the analysis of public discourses, the sociology of artificial intelligence and the sociology of migration. Recent migration-related publications are “Refugees as Icons: Culture and Iconic Representation” (with Bernadette N. Jaworsky, 2018) in Sociology Compass and “‘We are Jewish and we want to help you’: Righteous cross-group solidarity towards Muslim refugees in Vienna” (with Ana Mijić, 2020) in The Courage for Civil Repair: Narrating the Righteous in International Migration (edited by C. Tognato, B. N. Jaworsky, & J. C. Alexander).
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