By J. Bagelman
This booklet strains the traditional inspiration of sanctuary. It examines how the modern sanctuary urban circulation contributes to a adversarial asylum regime by way of preserving asylum seekers in a suspended country the place rights are indefinitely deferred. even as, it explores myriad subversive practices tough this ready state.
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Matthew Price, Rethinking Asylum: History, Purpose and Limits. (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009), 26. Sylvia Lambert, Sanctuary: Reflections, Implications and Cohesions. (University of South Carolina, 2004), 24. John Pedley, Sanctuaries and the Sacred in the Ancient Greek World. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005), 29. Michiel Dehaene, Heterotopia and the City: Public Space in a Post-Civil Society. (Routledge: United Kingdom, 2008), 12–32. Ibid. Christopher Mitchell and Landon Hancock, ‘Local zones of peace and a theory of sanctuary,’ in Zones of Peace.
Sanctuary City: A Suspended State. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. 0007. 0007 Sanctuary City I have just arrived in Nottingham to attend the national sanctuary city meeting. The event takes place in the Quaker Meeting House, a cozy converted home just off the high street. I am ushered into the annual meeting by the sanctuary city’s National Coordinator, Tiffy Allen, who invites me take a seat in the main hall where representatives from cities across the UK are gathered in a circle. I find a spot next to a representative from Edinburgh.
Uk/ how_we_can_help/my_claim_for_asylum_has_been_refused/section_4_support (accessed: October 10, 2015). Sam. Interviewed by Jennifer Bagelman. October 21, 2011 Gareth Mulvey, Scottish Refugee Council researcher. Interviewed by Jennifer Bagelman. Glasgow: United Kingdom. January 12, 2012. org/node/555Website (accessed: October 21, 2011). Raymond Geuss, ‘Nietzsche and Genealogy,’ in Nietzsche, ed. John Richardson and Brian Leiter. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001), 322–340. Also see Appendix 1 for a more lengthy discussion about how this approach is deployed.
Sanctuary City: A Suspended State by J. Bagelman