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the decade has witnessed an international explosion of immigrant protests, political mobilizations through abnormal migrants and pro-migrant activists. This quantity considers the results of those struggles for serious understandings of citizenship and borders. students, visible and function artists, and activists discover the ways that political activism, paintings, and renowned tradition can paintings to problem the a number of types of discrimination and injustice confronted by way of “illegal” and displaced peoples. They specialise in a large diversity of subject matters, together with hope and neo-colonial violence in movie, visibility and illustration, pedagogical functionality of protest, and the position of the humanities and artists within the explosion of political protests that problem the precarious nature of migrant lifestyles within the international North. additionally they research moving practices of boundary making and boundary taking, altering meanings and lived reviews of citizenship, arguing for a noborder politics enacted via a “noborder scholarship.”
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In the United States, the emergence of a new grammar of migrant illegality nurtured an escalating anti‑immigrant hostility which was concretized through punitive immigration and citizenship laws, and the development of a massive for‑profit global immigration detention estate. In engaging with this political culture, Borcila˘ sets out to map and subvert the landscape and grammar of migrant/ citizen visibility. For example, in a series of performances and photographs Th e P o l i t i c a l A e s t h e t i c s o f I m m i g r a n t P r o t e s t 47 titled This is a Test (2001–03), she performed the roles of a gymnast and the mail‑order bride, utilizing Western tropes of Romanian border‑crossing subjectivities.
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