Nannette Abrahams

Biopolitics and Geopolitics of a European Border Regime in Senegal

Postcolonial Hip-Hop-Narratives on the Externalization and Securitization of Migration in Africa
Reihe: Demokratie und Entwicklung
Biopolitics and Geopolitics of a European Border Regime in Senegal
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  • 978-3-643-91428-6
  • 73
  • 2022
  • 360
  • broschiert
  • 39.90
This publication provides a historical and ethnographic analysis about the geopolitics and... mehr
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This publication provides a historical and ethnographic analysis about the geopolitics and biopolitics of a European securitization process with regard to Senegalese migration history. It examines the way a European border regime was externalized to Senegal in light of the West African maritime route that came to a head in 2006. Beyond a policy-dimension, this publication analyses narratives about migration and about Europe from the viewpoint of a politically engaged urban youth perspective, the Senegalese hip-hop milieu. This provides an external perception of the European Union.

Nannette Abrahams is a political geographer and political scientist as well as a practitioner who worked for the German development cooperation in Uganda.
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