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The deportation regime : sovereignty, space, and the freedom of movement

Author: Nicholas De Genova
Publisher: Durham : Duke Univ. Press, 2010.
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A collection exploring practices and experiences of deportation, and the threat of deportation, in regional and national settings from the U.S.-Mexico border to Israel, and from Somalia to  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Fallstudiensammlung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nicholas De Genova
ISBN: 9780822345619 0822345617 9780822391340 0822391341
OCLC Number: 918474115
Notes: Literaturverz. S. [443] - 482 ; Index S. [487] - 507.
Description: x, 507 Seiten
Contents: Acknowledgments viiIntroduction / Nathalie Peutz and Nicholas De Genova 1Part One. Theoretical Overview The Deportation Regime: Sovereignty, Space, and the Freedom of Movement / Nicholas De Genova 33Part Two. Sovereignty and Space 1. Deportation, Expulsion, and the International Police of Aliens / William Waltes 692. Immigration Detention and the Territoriality of Universal Rights / Galina Cornelisse 1013. Mapping the European Space of Circulation / Serhat Karakayali and Enrica Rigo 123Part Three. Spaces of Deportability 4. From Exception to Excess: Detention and Deportations across the Mediterranean Space / Rutvica Andrijasevic 1475. Deportation in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands: Anticipation, Experience, and Memory / Victor Talavera, Guillermina Gina Nunez, and Josiah Heyman 1666. Engulfed: Indian Guest Workers, Bahraini Citizens, and the Structural Violence of the Kafala System / Andrew M. Gardner 1967. Deportation at the Limits of "Tolerance": The Juridical, Institutional, and Social Construction of "Illegality" in Switzerland / Hans-Rudolf Wicker 2248. Deportation Deferred: "Illegality," Visibility, and Recognition in Contemporary Germany / Heide Castaneda 2459. Citizens, "Real" Others, and "Other" Others: The Biopolitics of Otherness and the Deportation of Unauthorized Migrant Workers from Tel Aviv, Israel / Sarah S. Willen 26210. Radical Deportation: Alien Tales from Lodi and San Francisco / Sunaina Maira 295Part Four. Forced Movement 11. Fictions of Law: The Trial of Sulaiman Oladokun, or Reading Kafka in an Immigration Court / Aashti Bhartia 32912. Exiled by Law: Deportation and the Inviability of Life / Susan Bibler Coutin 35113. "Criminal Alien" Deportees in Somaliland: An Ethnography of Removal / Nathalie Peutz 371Part Five. Freedom 14. Abject Cosmopolitanism: The Politics of Protection in the Anti-Deportation Movement / Peter Nyers 413References 443Contributors 483Index 497
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