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Public presence, discourse, and migrants as threat
Giannis Gkolfinopoulos

of illegal migrants. In both cases, the notion refers to living conditions deemed abnormal, to spaces inhabited by the abject, 14 living at the margins of society and at the margins of Greek cities. In both, the term camp designates a site of misery and danger – related to crime and hygiene issues – which is and should be cordoned off from the space occupied by normal national subjects

in Security/ Mobility
Rebecca Gill

now made the subject of a concerted appeal: one which evoked the abject Boer suffering to question not only the legitimacy of the war but also its conduct. Even before the full details of civilian internment were known, critics grasped the potential to embarrass the newly elected government and launch a new line of attack. Here lay the prospect of galvanising the fractured Liberal Party and

in Calculating compassion
Teens’ perceptions and experiences of peace walls, flags and murals
Madeleine Leonard

up being housed in Protestant, Loyalist areas and have been specifically targeted by Loyalist paramilitaries concerned with the further dilution of an increasingly fragile and threatened identity. McVeigh ( 2015 : 5) states that ‘it isn’t just the volume of racism but the mobilisation of paramilitarism behind racist violence and the abject failure of the state to respond to racism in a range of

in Teens and territory in ‘post-conflict’ Belfast