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Introduction

Flight and Exile—Uncertainty in the Context of Conflict-Induced Displacement

Cindy Horst and Katarzyna Grabska

This introduction addresses the ways in which flight and exile create particular types of uncertainty, including both radical and protracted, in people's lives. We argue that the concept of uncertainty, in its meaning of imperfect knowledge and the unpredictability of the future, is central to studies that theorize conflict-induced displacement, transit, and refugeeness. We start with an exploration of the spatial and temporal aspects of uncertainty in situations of displacement, and within that we discuss how uncertainty functions as a governing mechanism. We then analyze the ways that refugees and those internally displaced navigate situations of radical and protracted uncertainty. This article and those that follow in this special issue suggest that in our analysis of conflict-induced displacement, we must understand uncertainty rather than certainty as the norm.

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David Leishman

collective identity was ultimately one that cannot be limited to the printed page. 61 Their intermedial nature allows them to make such a broad-ranging contribution to the temporal and spatial dimensions of national identification, the importance of which

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Race and the Micropolitics of Mobility

Mobile Autoethnography on a South African Bus Service

Bradley Rink

one person’s journey end versus another? It is perhaps a matter of relationship. Relationships: Micropolitics of mobility Relationships between members of the ephemeral community on the bus are complex, with both temporal and spatial dimensions

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Reflecting the “Field”

Two Vepsian Villages and three Researchers

Laura Siragusa and Madis Arukask

practices and, hence, have allowed us to grow. We have also let our common themes emerge throughout in order to weave together our different experiences, just as has happened in our lives. Our work has both temporal and spatial dimensions that intertwine in