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Borders and Migration

Migration and the Built Environment

"The City in Transgression" transcends resistance, which is typically seen as organised mobilisations against capital in the form of uprisings. Behind the cameras and the curtain of publicity, along with the glitz of media razzmatazz, many migrants are involved in covert resistance, a silent revolution

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Franklin Obeng-Odoom

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Borders and Migration

Migration and the Built Environment

"The City in Transgression" transcends resistance, which is typically seen as organised mobilisations against capital in the form of uprisings. Behind the cameras and the curtain of publicity, along with the glitz of media razzmatazz, many migrants are involved in covert resistance, a silent revolution

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Franklin Obeng-Odoom

Infrastructure and Logistics

Bunker, Review by Ian Klinke

"Bunker" is the gripping story of Bradley Garrett’s encounters with contemporary survivalists and the structures they build as an antidote to their existential dread.

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Ian Klinke

Borders and Migration

The Making of Migration, Review by Martino Sacchi Landriani

"The Making of Migration" offers a deep theoretical rethinking of long-term fieldwork, directing our attention on the multiplication of border zones.

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Martino Sacchi Landriani

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