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EurAfrican Borders and Migration Management Political Cultures, Contested Spaces, and Ordinary Lives

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Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 10/2016
Edizione: 1st ed. 2017


This volume traces the African ramifications of Europe’s southern border. While the Mediterranean Sea has become the main stage for the current play and tragedy between European borders and African migrants, Europe’s southern border has also been “offshored” to Africa, mainly through cooperation agreements with countries of transit and origin. By bringing into conversation case studies from different countries and disciplines, this volume seeks to open a window on the backstage of this externalization of borders. It casts light on the sites – from consulates to open seas and deserts – in which Europe’s southern border is made and unmade as an African reality, yielding what the editors call "EurAfrican borders." It further describes the multiple actors – state agents, migrants, smugglers, activists, etc. – that variously imagine, construct, cross or contest these borders, and situates their encounters within the history of uneven exchanges between Africa and Europe.  


Part 1: Framing EurAfrican Borders

Introduction: An Afro-Europeanist Perspective on EurAfrican Borders
Paolo Gaibazzi, Alice Bellagamba and  Stephan Dünnwald

Chapter 1: Effective Protection or Effective Combat? EU Border Control and North Africa
Martin Lemberg-Pedersen

Part 2: Places

Chapter 2: The Tensions of the Ceuta and Melilla Border Fences
Polly Pallister-Wilkins

Chapter 3: Bamako, Outpost of the European Border Regime?
Stephan Dünnwald

Chapter 4: Deportation Ghettoes in Mali: Expelled Migrants between State Exclusion and Self-Organization
Clara Lecadet

Part 3: Actors

Chapter 5: Policies, Practices, and Representations regarding Sub-Saharan Migrants in Libya: From the Partnership with Italy to the Post-Qadhafi Era

Chapter 6: The Making of the Schengen Regime: Visa Filtering at the Italian Consulate in Senegal
Francesca Zampagni

Chapter 7: Marriage at the Embassy: Securing the EurAfrican Border in Cameroon
Maybritt J. Alpes

Chapter 8: Frontiers of Exodus: Activists, Border Regimes and Euro-Mediterranean Encounters after the Arab Spring
Paolo Gaibazzi

Part 4: Lives

Chapter 9: Maritime Migration from Senegal to Spain: Fishermen's Experiences
Juliette Hallaire

Chapter 10: Reshaping ‘Frontiers of Violence’ from Europe to the Middle East: Abduction, Human Trafficking, and Death along the Horn of Africa Migration Route to Israel
Laurie Lijnders

Chapter 11: Suspended Lives: Undocumented Migrants’ Everyday Worlds and the Making of ‘Illegality’ Between Morocco and Italy
Laura Menin

David B. Coplan

List of Contributors


Paolo Gaibazzi is a Social Anthropologist and Research Fellow at the Centre for Modern Oriental Studies (ZMO) in Berlin, Germany. He is the author of Bush Bound: Young Men and Rural Permanence in Migrant West Africa (2015).

Alice Bellagamba teaches Political Anthropology and African Studies at the University of Milan-Bicocca, Italy. Together with Sandra Greene and Martin Klein, she has edited African Voices on Slavery and the Slave Trade, Vol. I and Vol. II (2013 and 2016) and The Bitter Legacy: African Slavery Past and Present (2013).

Stephan Dünnwald works at the Bavarian Refugee Council, Munich, Germany. He has conducted research on refugees, migrants and border regimes in Central and Southeastern Europe (Kosovo) as well as in West Africa (Mali, Mauritania, Cape Verde). Dünnwald is on the editorial boards of Hinterland-Magazin and Movements: Journal of Critical Migration and Border Regime Studies.

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Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Palgrave Series in African Borderlands Studies
Dimensioni: 210 x 148 mm Ø 5207 gr
Formato: Copertina rigida
Illustration Notes:XIX, 302 p. 3 illus. in color.
Pagine Arabe: 302
Pagine Romane: xix

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