Latest Open Access Volume of Conflict and Society (Vol. 8)

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Dear Colleague,

 

The new Open Access volume of Conflict and Society has published! This volume contains two special sections. The first special section is on the power and productivity of vigilance regimes, and the second focuses on art, violence conflict, and displacement.

 

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Volume 8

 

General Articles

Police Prejudice or Logics?: Analyzing the “Bornholm Murder Case”

David Sausdal

https://bit.ly/3WYu40T

 

“You Wanna Come to the ‘Urban’ Night Tomorrow... It’s the Wrong Night Tonight”: Black Consumers as Both “Wanted” and “Unwanted” in the Night-Time Economy

Nikhaela Wicks

http://bit.ly/3Oe9eGB

 

“How to Live a Good Life”: Self-managing Reproductive Health for Adolescent Refugees in Kampala

George Palattiyil, Ann-Christin Zuntz, Harish Nair, Paul Bukuluki, and Kalyango Ronald Sebba

http://bit.ly/3ULk6OS

 

Special Section: The Power and Productivity of Vigilance Regimes

Introduction: The Power and Productivity of Vigilance Regimes

Ana Ivasiuc, Eveline Dürr, and Catherine Whittaker

http://bit.ly/3AkAjCj

 

Visualizing Vigilance in the Generalized Representation of the Nomad: Reflections on the Banjara Community in Rajasthan, India

Urmi Bhattacharyya

http://bit.ly/3twoq8F

 

Framing the “Refugee Hunter”: Gender and Nationalist Perspectives on Border Vigilance in Bulgaria

Kristina Ilieva

http://bit.ly/3Ah1uxO

 

“The State Cannot Protect Us”: How Vigilance (Un)makes the State in Western Europe

Ana Ivasiuc

http://bit.ly/3ELUj3z

 

Anxious Vigilance and the Production of (Il)legitimacy in the UK Citizenship Regime: “It’s How You Sift Them Out, Y’know?”

Rachel Lewis

http://bit.ly/3EBAbkf

 

The Patrols’ City: Vigilance and Intimacy on Barcelona’s Streets

Corina Tulbure

http://bit.ly/3hMof6z

 

Vigilance, Knowledge, and De/colonization: Protesting While Latin@ in the US-Mexico Borderlands

Catherine Whittaker and Eveline Dürr

http://bit.ly/3EeHHjD

 

Special Section: Art and Conflict

Introduction: Art, Violent Conflict, and Displacement

Katarzyna Grabska and Cindy Horst

http://bit.ly/3V0BJtx

 

Visual Storytelling about Genocide, Displacement, and Exile: Encounters with Rithy Panh

Katarzyna Grabska

http://bit.ly/3UIgoW6

 

Questioning Artists: Contributing Societal Critique and Alternative Visions in Dark Times

Cindy Horst

http://bit.ly/3ObBCJq

 

Embodied Agency: Creating Room for Maneuver through Dance in Palestine

Sara Christophersen

http://bit.ly/3X9uYaQ

 

Slam Poetry in Chad: A Space of Belonging in an Environment of Violence and Repression

Mirjam de Bruijn

https://bit.ly/3AkK2s6

 

Creating Spaces of Music Asylum in Ethnically Divided Contexts: Young People’s Accounts from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Sri Lanka

Gillian Howell and Solveig Korum

http://bit.ly/3UG2GD2

 

Book Forum

Book Forum: Francio Guadeloupe, Black Man in the Netherlands: An Afro-Antillean Anthropology (Jackson: University of Mississippi Press, 2022)

Dastan Abdali, Charissa Granger, Marleen de Witte, Basile Ndjio, Dave Ramsaran, Miriyam Aouragh, and Francio Guadeloupe

http://bit.ly/3TCQUYJ

 

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