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Anna-Leena Toivanen

. Representations of concrete forms of mobility are full of meaning and deserve to be taken seriously—that is, literally. Notes This work was supported by The Academy of Finland (grant number 330906). 1 Marian Aguiar, Charlotte Mathieson, and Lynne

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Mobile Disasters

Catastrophes in the Age of Manufactured Uncertainty

Steve Matthewman

(Oslofjorden), and the next year on the coasts of Sweden, Holland, and Germany. By 2007, it was in the Gulf of Finland, the Bothnian Sea, and the Gulf of Gdansk. 60 In Gershwin’s estimation, Mnemiopsis ’s proliferation in the Black Sea is among “the world

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Fashioning Masculinities through Migration

Narratives of Romanian Construction Workers in London

Alexandra Urdea

generated among Romanian migrants in London is an appreciation of the flexibility of the labor market as an opportunity for demonstrating one's self-worth. Marius was a 36-year-old who worked in Spain, Norway, Finland, France, Switzerland, Germany, Poland

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How We Understand Aeromobility

Mapping the Evolution of a New Term in Mobility Studies

Veronika Zuskáčová

:// . 78 See, for instance, Timo Sysiö, “Assembling Aeromobilities of Diplomacy: A Case Study of the Finnish Foreign Service,” Journal of Transport Geography 77 (2019): 90‒96,

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Working against and with the State

From Sanctuary to Resettlement

Audrey Macklin

, Jane McAdam , and Maryellen Fullerton , 99 – 131 . Cambridge : Cambridge University Press . Merikoski , Paula . 2020 . “ At Least They Are Welcome in My Home!’ Contentious Hospitality in Home Accommodation of Asylum Seekers in Finland

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Adjudicating Religious Intolerance

Afro-Brazilian Religions, Public Space, and the National Collective in Twenty-First-Century Brazil

Elina I. Hartikainen

earlier versions of this article. The research for the article was supported by the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies and the Academy of Finland (grant 324105). Notes 1 Following common Brazilian discursive practice, in this article I employ