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The Making of Migration is a timely and extremely original book. Analyzing at the same time technologies of control and migrants’ practices of resistance it casts migration as a battleground. And it compels us to test and rethink our political vocabulary within that battleground.
Sandro Mezzadra, Associate Professor of Political Theory, the University of Bologna.
In The Making of Migration, Martina Tazzioli invites us to truly examine how “migration and “migrants” are in fact made. Refusing to permit the lazy complacencies of treating these as self-evident sociological categories, Tazzioli aims a sharp critical lens on the governmentalities at stake in subjecting human mobility to various forms of control and government as well as knowledge production, while simultaneously never ceasing to see the struggles of people on the move across borders as central and constitutive of the making of their own “
The Making of Migration radically shifts the analytical categories through which we understand how migration is governed. By proposing a new analytical lexicon of migrant multiplicities and singularities as different from both individuals and populations, Martina Tazzioli changes the direction of research on migration by inserting the political dimensions of subjectification-subjection and objectivation-subjectivation.
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