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Deaths, disappearances, borders: Migrant disappearability as a technology of deterrence
This paper analyses migrant disappearances in connection to EU bordering practices and techniques. Drawing on fieldwork in various localities at Greek borderlands, I argue that death or disappearance, due to drowning, ...
What can co-creation do for the citizens? : Applying co-creation for the promotion of participation in cities
Co-creation has become a globally popular concept in different sectors of the society. Its promise lies in breaking down hierarchies between local government, business life, universities, citizens and other stakeholders. ...
‘Building a Ship while Sailing It’ : Epistemic Humility and the Temporality of Non-knowledge in Political Decision-making on COVID-19
The novel coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) has had far-reaching effects on public health around the world. Attempts to prevent the spread of the disease by quarantine have led to large-scale global socioeconomic disrup- ...
Towards a Theory of Diaspora Formation through Conflict Deterritorialization
Building on different cases of conflicts in homelands triggering diaspora mobilization, we develop a theory of diaspora formation through processes of conflict deterritorialization. We argue that an armed conflict in the ...
The varying national agenda in variable hours contract regulation : Implications for the labour market regimes in the Netherlands and Finland
In the article, the regulatory trajectories of variable hours contracts (VHCs, denoting on-call contracts, and zero-hours contracts) are analysed in two countries, the Netherlands and Finland. The unity or disunity in ...
‘Whether you like it or not, this is the future!’ : everyday negotiations of the community’s boundary in urban space
How are the boundary and ground of community produced and negotiated in mundane practices of interaction and language use in urban space? The article explores how claims of belonging and legitimate presence are formulated, ...