Kämpfe um Migrationspolitik seit 2015 Zur Transformation des europäischen Migrationsregimes
Sonja Buckel / Laura Graf / Judith Kopp / Neva Löw / Maximilian Pichl (Hg.)
Kämpfe um Migrationspolitik seit 2015
On the Transformation of the European Migration Regime.
Migrant mobility in the summer of 2015 turned European refugee policy on its head. Right-wing and conservative forces were emboldened, but experiences of solidarity also still reverberate. What is the state of migration struggles now? Which forces have prevailed and what shifts have occurred discursively and politically? And what does this mean for emancipatory, pro-migrant perspectives? The research group "Beyond Summer 15" discusses this transformation of the migration regime and shows how migration is being struggled over in the fields of law, public debates, civil society interventions and the labor market, among others.
Subjectivation and Cohesion Towards the Reconstruction of a Materialist Theory of Law
Historical Materialism Book Series, Band: 214
AutorIn: Sonja Buckel
On the basis of a reconstruction of legal theory in the tradition of Marx – a current that has been more or less silenced since the end of the 1970s – Subjectivation and Cohesion develops a critical counter-pole to the theories of law that predomi