Crisis or Zemblanity? Viewing the ‘Migration Crisis’ through a Greek Lens. By Y. CHRISTODOULOU et. al.

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Tuesday, March 8, 2016
Crisis or Zemblanity? Viewing the ‘Migration Crisis’ through a Greek Lens. By Y. CHRISTODOULOU et. al.
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Cite as: Christodoulou, Y., Papada, E., Papoutsi, A. and Vradis, A., 2016, “Crisis or Zemblanity? Viewing the ‘Migration Crisis’ through a Greek Lens”. Mediterranean Politics 21(2): 321-325.​

Abstract

This intervention traces how Europe is being (re-)produced through ‘crises’ on three scales. Firstly, at the level of national territory, looking at the crisis-ridden Greek state. Secondly, through everyday border practices on the island of Lesbos and, finally, in the Mediterranean that acts as Europe’s primary locus for its aggregate (and often experimental) bordering practices.

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