2013
DOI: 10.1057/ip.2013.24
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Before and after borders: The nomadic challenge to sovereign territoriality

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“…While it is increasingly difficult to live outside of state strictures, many SAGER -5 11 people such as the houseless are partially invisible to the state, sometimes by choice. Nomads also have an uneasy relationship with states, in part because they offer a non-territorial mode of life and model of governance (MacKay, Levin, de Carvalho, Cavoukian, & Cuthbert, 2014;Ringmar, 2020).…”
Section: Why Methodological Nationalism Leads Us Astraymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…While it is increasingly difficult to live outside of state strictures, many SAGER -5 11 people such as the houseless are partially invisible to the state, sometimes by choice. Nomads also have an uneasy relationship with states, in part because they offer a non-territorial mode of life and model of governance (MacKay, Levin, de Carvalho, Cavoukian, & Cuthbert, 2014;Ringmar, 2020).…”
Section: Why Methodological Nationalism Leads Us Astraymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Nevertheless, the case of the Kaw esqar does show how Indigenous groups are able to contest their exclusion from and movement across traditional marine spaces by exerting their agency through instruments of state territorialisation. These observations are also not unique (see also MacKay et al, 2014). For example, Satiza´bal and Batterbury (2018) show how Afro-descendant communities of the Pacific Coast of Colombia were also able to regain control over their maritory through, rather than in opposition to, the creation of a state-led Marine Protected Area.…”
Section: Governing Marine Space Through Boundaries and Mobilitiesmentioning
confidence: 98%
“…Historically, external territorialisation has arguably had the most dramatic impact on the mobility of Indigenous communities (Barfield, 2020). However, contemporary limitations relate more often than not to the internal territorialisation of private and (protected) public lands and waters (Levin, 2020;MacKay J, Levin J, de Carvalho G, et al, 2014).…”
Section: Boundary-mobility Dynamics In the Maritorymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A parallel argument is presented by Wendt and Duvall (2008, pp. 620–622), who suggest that the potential existence of extraterrestrial life, in the form of UFOs, threatens the state both materially and ontologically, resulting in a ‘UFO taboo’ in which UFOs are effectively ignored by authorities” (McKay et al, 2014, 117n11).…”
Section: Follow the Citations!mentioning
confidence: 99%