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Post-Conflict Dynamics in Bosnia-Herzegovina: Identities, Nationalization, and Missing Bodies

Katerina Seraïdari

Since the creation of independent nation-states in Southeast Europe, several programs of mass population displacement and politics of dislocation have been implemented. The 1923 compulsory population exchange between Greece and Turkey, which fixed

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Unintended Securitization

Military, Medical, and Political-Security Discourses in the Humanitarian Treatment of Syrian Casualties in Israel

Hedva Eyal and Limor Samimian-Darash

project has become—through a process of demilitarization—a security one. Thus, unlike in other parts of the world (e.g., Greece and Turkey), where the arrival of refugees from the Syrian Civil War has been presented as an “invasion” or viewed in terms of a

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The Social Life of Contentious Concepts

Ronald S. Stade

political concepts are both indicative of and instrumental in historical change. They are often polemical (from the ancient Greek polemikós , “of or for war”) in that they are directed against what is perceived as an existing order. In this sense, they

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Book Reviews

Matthew Carey, Ida Nielsen Sølvhøj, Eve Monique Zucker, Younes Saramifar, and Louis Frankenthaler

small communities of Doric Greek speakers situated in the province of Reggio Calabria, in the very toe of the Italian boot, descendants either of the antique population of classical Magna Graecia or of later waves of Byzantine Greek speakers. Like many

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The Draconian Governance of Illegalized Migrants in Western States

Barak Kalir

Greece in 1923, India and Pakistan in 1947, and under the Third Reich and the Soviet Union. Why is it, then, that in current public and political debates, the confinement and forced removal of tens of millions of illegalized migrants in Western states is

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Moral Thresholds of Outrage

The March for Hrant Dink and New Ways of Mobilization in Turkey

Lorenzo D’Orsi

Armenians and Greeks; we live their lives. This house belonged to my grandfather, and I have a lot of memories here, but surely before it belonged to an Armenian or a Greek. Do you find easy handling all these things?” Erdost shows how moral outrage, from an

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Staying out of Place

The Being and Becoming of Burundian Refugees in the Camp and the City

Simon Turner

is not the active agent but rather the object of others’ force. I propose that the term dia-placement may better capture the position of the Burundian refugees studied in this article. The prefix dia - from Greek dia (through) can mean through

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Migrant Residents in Search of Residences

Locating Structural Violence at the Interstices of Bureaucracies

Megan Sheehan

, Philippe . 2015 . “ Postface: Insecurity, the War on Drugs, and Crimes of the State: Symbolic Violence in the Americas .” In Auyero et al. 2015: 305 – 321 . Cabot , Heath . 2012 . “ The Governance of Things: Documenting Limbo in the Greek Asylum

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Russia’s Return as True Europe, 1991–2017

Iver B. Neumann

European Fascist thinkers such as Julius Evola (1898–1974) and Jean Thiriart (1922–1992), and his contacts with the extreme Right in France, Greece, Serbia, and elsewhere have led many observers to classify him as a Fascist ( Umland 2008 ). This is

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The Social Life of Fighting Words

The Case of Political Correctness

Ronald S. Stade

” to toast the people of the United States, rather than the United States ( Dallas 1798: 462 ). Wilson goes on to point out that such a toast would also be “classically more correct”: when enumerating the Greek forces besieging Troy, Homer arranged