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cover of the book Boarderlanders: photo of a green valley with a mountain in the background

Borderlanders

Documentary Photography

Daniel Meier and Hussein Baydoun, respectively political scientist and photojournalist, explored various borderland regions in the North, East and South of Lebanon. They met a large number of residents from different social origins, age, gender, sects and nationalities. Each of them explained how a border is not a simple phenomenon like a “line of sovereignty” but rather an entity that has an impact on those living nearby.

Extending the call to the Resisting Ableism, Queering Desirability special issue from Kohl and the DisAbled Women's Network - Réseau d'Action des Femmes Handicapées Canada:

With the current global COVID-19 pandemic and the various economic crises we are living across the Global South, Kohl and DAWN have decided to reopen the call for papers for essays, reflections, testimonies...

This renewed call is to reflect on solidarity that is not constructed on an either/or.

Dead line for submission of papers Sunday, 28 June, 2020

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Perspectives Issue #15 - Unboxing the Game: the Obvious & the Obscure

Dossier

Politics are brimming with metaphoric references to games – be it the famous “Great Game” as the diplomatic confrontation of great powers in Asia at the beginning of the 20th century was referred to, the understanding of strategic moves in a region as a “chess board,” war “theatres” or references to the “players,” the strong of them framed as “actors,” the weak as “pawns”, or the crazy ones behaving like “wild cards.”