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Research on refugee camps and camp-like institutions has gained momentum over the last few decades, as camps have been spreading everywhere in Europe under the impact of the massive increase of migrants stuck at border zones. While early conceptualisations are based on the paradigm of the exception, some scholars have recently posited camps as soci...
Over the last few years the phenomenon of the poor doors has emerged in the UK, supported by demiurgical and moral narratives promoting the development of mixed communities. Actually, we hold this process responsible for concealing gated communities and pretending them to be an innocuous separation of common spaces in the same houses. In fact, spac...
Inspired by Deleuze and Guattari’s philosophy of becoming, as well as by Spinoza’s ethics, this article advocates that planning be apprehended as a transitory construct to deal with social processes, which are inherently unpredictable, and to enact a justice that is ontologically spatial and amoral. This idea stems from conceiving of reality as the...