https://frictions.europeamerica.de/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/imago0100607370h-scaled.jpg 1707 2560 Paul Vickers https://frictions.europeamerica.de/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/LogoSCREA-RGB_engl-1030x229.png Paul Vickers2021-03-31 18:15:352021-08-27 13:39:57The Nation-State, Liberal Global Orders, and Freedom of Movement
In an illuminating essay, Jannis Panagiotidis argues that even before the Covid19 crisis forcefully reminded us of the state’s power to regulate and restrict the movement even of its own citizens, a scholar of migration would have found little reason to believe the notion that the nation state could become obsolete anytime soon. While migrations transcends the confines of the nation-state perhaps nowhere is the nation-state more present than in migration matters.
https://frictions.europeamerica.de/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Mural_Berkeley-scaled.jpg 1920 2560 Paul Vickers https://frictions.europeamerica.de/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/LogoSCREA-RGB_engl-1030x229.png Paul Vickers2021-03-30 14:48:592021-09-21 20:27:22Sometimes the Past is Just Around the Corner: Impressions from Berkeley
In the 1980s Berkeley was one of the centers of US-Americans’ Nicaragua solidarity work, which supported the Sandinista Revolution. Today remnants from back then can not only be found in UC Berkeley’s extensive archives but also hidden throughout the city. PhD researcher Verena Baier explored them while on a research fellowship there in 2019/20.