Liquid Borders: Migration as Resistance

Liquid Borders: Migration as Resistance

by Mabel Moraña (Editor)
Liquid Borders: Migration as Resistance

Liquid Borders: Migration as Resistance

by Mabel Moraña (Editor)

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Overview

Liquid Borders provides a timely and critical analysis of the large-scale migration of people across borders, which has sent shockwaves through the global world order in recent years.

In this book, internationally recognized scholars and activists from a variety of fields analyze key issues related to diasporic movements, displacements, exiles, "illegal" migrants, border crossings, deportations, maritime ventures, and the militarization of borders from political, economic, and cultural perspectives. Ambitious in scope, with cases stretching from the Mediterranean to Australia, the US/Mexico border, Venezuela, and deterritorialized sectors in Colombia and Central America, the various contributions are unified around the notion of freedom of movement, and the recognition of the need to think differently about ideas of citizenship and sovereignty around the world.

Liquid Borders will be of interest to policy makers, and to researchers across the humanities, sociology, area studies, politics, international relations, geography, and of course migration and border studies.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780367696924
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 09/26/2022
Series: Routledge Research on the Global Politics of Migration
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 6.12(w) x 9.19(h) x (d)

About the Author

Mabel Moraña is Willliam H. Gass Professor of Arts and Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis, where she is Director of the Latin American Studies Program. She has been Director of Publications of IILI (Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana) and has published extensively on Latin American literature from the colonial period to the present, including topics of cultural theory, literary and cultural criticism, and narrative and philosophy. She has edited more than 30 collective volumes and published 16 authored books, including Arguedas/Vargas Llosa: Debates and Assemblages (awarded with the Singer Kovacts Award, MLA, and the Premio Iberoamericano, LASA); The Monster as War Machine; and Philosophy and Criticism in Latin America: From Mariategui to Sloterdijk. Her book on migratory studies Líneas de fuga. Migración, frontera y sujeto migrante is forthcoming.

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