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Editorial

Stéphanie Ponsavady

whose health is considered. They challenge us to think critically about exercise as “healthy” and to deconstruct our normative preconceptions of differential mobilities or disabled experiences. While they acknowledge that their provocations are partial

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Race and the Politics of Mobility—Introduction

Judith A. Nicholson and Mimi Sheller

mobility politics posits that unequal relations of power shape, and are shaped through mobility. 7 Despite scholarly attention paid in recent years to how multiple and differential mobilities shape mobility politics, for example, in relation to gender

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Containing mobilities

Changing time and space of maritime labor

Johanna Markkula

section takes the crew change crisis during the COVID-19 pandemic as an extreme example of already existing dynamics of containing seafarers’ mobilities for the sake of cargo mobilities, while highlighting the “differential mobility” ( Massey 1994: 150

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Laborers, Migrants, Refugees

Managing Belonging, Bodies, and Mobility in (Post)Colonial Kenya and Tanzania

Hanno Brankamp and Patricia Daley

organize land, ethnic territoriality, migration, and asylum in fact perpetuate colonial legacies of differential mobility, though often in modified form. The first section hence traces the management of labor migrations in colonial and postcolonial Kenya

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Encounters with borders

A migrant academic's experiences of the visa regime in the Global North

Priya Dixit

about the effects of differential mobility for Global North and Global South academics during discussions of job performance of and the retainment and promotion of Global South academics. While existing scholarship on global politics and mobility

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Introduction

Interrogating Aspirations through Migratory Mobilities

Supurna Banerjee and Eva Gerharz

invoking memories of Paraguay. Differential mobility empowerment thus reflects structures and hierarchies of power, which are shaped by social identities of race, gender, age, and class, among others. 11 Feminists like Sara Ahmed 12 caution that the

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Towards Critical Analytical Auto-Ethnography

Global Pandemic and Migrant Women (Im)mobilities in Northern Ireland

Marta Kempny

the context of uneven mobilities. Access to mobility has been unevenly distributed for a long time. Different scholars have focussed on the ways in which ‘differential mobility empowerments relating to who can travel, when, where, and how, reflect