Introduction

Experiential Landscapes of Terror

in Conflict and Society
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  • 1 SNF Ambizione Fellow, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland
  • 2 Senior Lecturer, University of Birmingham, UK
  • 3 CY Cergy Paris University, France

This special section addresses how the spatiality of terrorism and security responses mobilize and impact the realm of experience. The articles presented here expose how terrorism is encountered as a felt experience by urban residents in Europe through an analysis that encompasses several realms including the body, the intimate, the domestic, and the urban public space. These works develop existing scholarship on the European urban geographies of terrorism, by looking beyond established approaches to normative range of actors and infrastructures that underlie terrorism and counter-terror security responses, and by exploring the fine-grained connections between felt experience, urban space, and global politics. Moreover, in focusing on the experiential landscapes of terror, we start exploring geographies where healing, trust, and societal reconnection can be imagined in the wake of terror.

Conflict and Society

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