All posts tagged “Immigration

Refugee and borders

“The refugee should be considered for what he is, that is, nothing less than a border concept that radically calls into question the principles of the nation-state and, at the same time, helps clear the field for a no-longer-delayable renewal of categories” (G. Agamben) Venice, […]

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Dhaka, Venice

Restaurants in Venice welcome tourists with fish menus, charming smiles and (kind of) attractive prices. Behind the walls, in the kitchens, hundreds of Bangladeshi, Pakistani, Russians, Egyptians take care of the typical Italian food. They don’t want to be seen. Neither photographed. I ristoranti di […]

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