Sounds of the Jungle: Rehumanizing the Migrant

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Ibrahim, Yasmin; Howarth, Anita;

This article examines the cross-border tensions over migrant settlements dubbed ‘The Jungle’ in Calais, France. ‘The Jungle’, which was strongly associated with the\ud unauthorized movement of migrants, became a physical entity enmeshed in discourses of illegality and t... View more
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