- Title Pages
- Notes on contributors
- Introduction: images and narratives on the border
1Phenomenology of the liminal
2Horizontal vertigo and psychasthenia: border figures of the fantastic
3Capturing clouds: imagin(in)g the materiality of digital networks
4In/visibilities beyond the spectacularisation: young people, subjectivity and revolutionary border imaginations in the Mediterranean borderscape
5From heroism to grotesque: the invisibility of border-related trauma narratives in the Finnish–Russian borderlands
6Expanded border imaginaries and aligned border narratives: ethnic minorities and localities in China’s border encounters with Myanmar, Laos and Vietnam
7Borders: the topos of/for a post-politics of images?
8Some cunning passages in border-crossing narratives: seen and unseen migrants
9Borderscapes of Calais: images of the ‘Jungle’ in Breach by Olumide Popoola and Annie Holmes
10Seasons of migration to the North: borders and images in migration narratives published in Norwegian
11Performance of memory: testimonies of survival and rescue at Europe’s border
- Epilogue: border images and narratives: paradoxes, spheres, aesthetics
- Border images, border narratives
- Johan Schimanski, Jopi Nyman
- Manchester University Press
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