Reconfiguring Representation: Rebecca M. Schreiber’s The Undocumented Everyday

Christian Rossipal

In the face of structural dispossession and intensified border regimes, what does it mean to demand or to defy “more visibility” and “better representation” as an undocumented migrant? This is a central question in Rebecca M. Schreiber’s recently published The … Continue reading “Reconfiguring Representation: Rebecca M. Schreiber’s The Undocumented Everyday

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A Debt Remembered

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  “Without memory, there is no debt.  Put another way: without story, there is no debt.”[ref]Margaret Atwood, Payback: Debt and the Shadow Side of Wealth (Toronto, ON: House of Anansi Press, 2008) p. 2.[/ref]   That’s how Margaret Atwood put … Continue reading “A Debt Remembered”

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