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Creating places of vernacular democracy
Beata J. Gawryszewska, Maciej Łepkowski, and Anna Wilczyńska

), people go for walks with their dogs on ‘a meadow’. This is a place for a walk, but also a place where medicinal herbs deemed as ‘natural’ may be obtained. Users said that this is a place where one can often meet hedgehogs, lizards, colourful butterflies or dragonflies. ‘A two-​minute walk from my home and I am “outside the city”.’ Wastelands as gardens According to the theory of the garden as a place in the inhabited landscape (Gawryszewska, 2013), the bottom-​up creativity in wasteland landscape shows the natural human need to create gardens, territorialise space

in Urban gardening and the struggle for social and spatial justice
Wolfgang Müller-Funk

. Globalisation and new borders: Babel (2006) The film Babel (2006), created by the Mexican film director Alejandro González Iñárritu, is interesting in two respects with regard to its narrative matrix. On the one hand, the film unfolds a narrative matrix, which is described as the butterfly effect. An action in one corner of the globe evokes other unintended, unexpected and unpredictable consequences. On the other hand, Iñárritu has already dealt with the subject of (border) narratives in two previous films: Amores Perros ( 2000 ) and 21 Grams

in Border images, border narratives