Handbook on Critical Geographies of Migration 2019 DOI: 10.4337/9781786436030.00023 View full text
Glenda Garelli

Abstract: This chapter accounts for the geographies of military-humanitarianism: the spaces through which it operates and, in turn, changes; and the spatial transformations it has undergone in the Mediterranean "of" migrants. Building on the analysis of two recent Mediterranean scenes-the criminalization of acts of solidarity through militaryhumanitarianism and the EU warfare against migrant smuggling networks-we study military-humanitarianism as a spatial process, where neither the "military" nor the "humanitarian" pre…

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