Theorizing Migration, Praxis and the Crisis of Migration Crisis

  • Nicos Trimikliniotis
  • Dimitris Parsanoglou
  • Vassilis S. Tsianos
Part of the Mobility & Politics book series (MPP)


The crisis has highlighted an uneasiness of integration policies and politics that stems mostly from the growing irrelevance of generic citizenship. Citizenship in times of crisis and austerity, or what we call austerity citizenship is failing in its basic function the inclusion of noncitizens; even differential inclusion is minimal. Mobile commons as shared knowledge, affective cooperation, mutual support and care between migrants (and other subalterns) extends further the theoretical debates on migration, particularly regarding the autonomy of migration. Moreover, it transcends the limitations of the stale citizenship debates. An net(h)nography of border regimes, as they are deployed around flexible and porous border zones, can elucidate migrant praxis, its repercussions and potentialities.


Border Zone Integration Policy Illegal Migrant Digital Space Theorize Migration 
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© Nicos Trimikliniotis, Dimitris Parsanoglou and Vassilis S. Tsianos 2015

Authors and Affiliations

  • Nicos Trimikliniotis
    • 1
  • Dimitris Parsanoglou
    • 2
  • Vassilis S. Tsianos
    • 3
  1. 1.University of NicosiaCyprus
  2. 2.Panteion University of Social and Political SciencesGreece
  3. 3.University of HamburgGermany

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