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Migration, Protest Movements and the Politics of Resistance
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Introduction: Migrant Protests as Radical Cosmopolitics [Tamara Caraus] Part 1: Cosmopolitical Resistance 1. Migrant Protests as A Form of Civil Disobedience: Which Cosmopolitanism? [Frederic Megret] 2. Migrants' Protests, The Paradox of Citizenship And Contestatory Cosmopolitanism [Kostas Koukouzelis] 3. Cosmopolitan `Hidden Transcripts'? Becoming In/Visible as A Strategy of Migrant Resistance [Tamara Caraus] 4. Roma Mobility in the EU: Cosmopolitanism from Below or The Cosmopolitan Exception? [Dragos Ciulinaru] Part 2: Cosmopolitical Agency 5. March of Refugees, Cosmopolitanism and Avant-Garde Political Agency [Ali Emre Benli] 6. Transnational Solidarity and Cosmopolitanism from Below: Migrant Protests, Universalism and The Political Community [Oscar Garcia Agustin & Martin Bak Jorgensen] 7. Solidarity Before Citizenship: Cosmopolitanism and Migrant Protests [Camil-Alexandru Parvu] Part 3: Cosmopolitical World-Building 8. Reclaiming Cosmopolitanism Through Migrant Protests [Alex Sager] 9. Fugitive World-Building: Rethinking the Cosmopolitics Of Anti-Slavery Struggle with Arendt And Glissant [Niklas Plaetzer] 10. Life, Divided: On the Experience of Postcolonial Migrant Protests In France [Serene Richards] 11. "No One Is Illegal": Law and The Possibilities for Radical Cosmopolitics [Elena Paris]

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Tamara Caraus is a researcher at the Research Institute of the University of Bucharest. Her area of research includes continental political philosophy and political theory of cosmopolitanism. She contributed with articles to various academic journals and edited volumes, published four books, and co-edited Cosmopolitanism and the Legacy of Dissent (Routledge, 2014), Cosmopolitanism without Foundations (Zeta Books, 2014), and Re-grounding Cosmopolitanism. Towards a Post-foundational Cosmopolitanism (Routledge, 2015), Cosmopolitanism and Global Protests, a special issue of Globalizations journal (2017). Elena Paris teaches interactions among legal orders, and European Union law at the Law School, University of Bucharest. Her research interests lie in the fields of international legal theory, intersections of law and theology, legal pluralism, international economic law, continental philosophy, international refugee law. She has co-edited (with Tamara Caraus) Re-Grounding Cosmopolitanism. Towards a Post-foundational Cosmopolitanism (Routledge 2016), and has most recently written "International law-making and foundations of universality: retrieving an alternative metaphysics", in International Law and Religion. Historical and Contemporary perspectives (M. Koskenniemi, M. Garcia-Salmones, P. Amorosa eds.) (Oxford University Press, 2017), "Re-thinking universalism: post-foundational cosmopolitanism in a relational key" in Re-grounding Cosmopolitanism; "The turn to international law in EU governance" (Romanian Journal of Comparative Law, Supplement 2014).

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'This volume brings a much needed contribution to cosmopolitanism in demonstrating how migrants through protest and resistance are re-drawing the boundaries of political community.'

-Gerard Delanty, Professor of Sociology and Social & Political Thought, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK

`Following the thread of migrants' movements and struggles this book gives a refreshing, radical, and new meaning to the notion of cosmopolitanism. While fences and walls proliferate around borders as well as within bounded spaces worldwide, the stubborn search for freedom of migrants invites us to politically reinvent and remake the world. This is a timely and inspiring book in hard times.'

-Sandro Mezzadra, Associate Professor of Political Theory, University of Bologna, Italy

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