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About Karolina Follis

Karolina Follis is a political anthropologist interested in borders, citizenship and non-citizenship, human rights and new security technologies. She is Faculty Fellow in Security at the University of Lancester. She studies the European Union, in particular its governance of justice and home affairs, including immigration and asylum. Her book Building Fortress Europe. The Polish-Ukrainian Frontier, was published in 2012. Her current research follows up on these interests, encompassing projects which concern maritime migration across the Mediterranean, accounting for human rights breaches in Europe, and digital rebordering and cybersecurity.

 

 

Articles by Karolina Follis

This week’s editor

Alex Sakalis, Editor

Alex Sakalis is associate editor of openDemocracy and co-edits the Can Europe Make It? page.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Reflections on post-humanitarianism in dark times

British opposition to search-and-rescue operations in the Mediterranean and Polish pseudo-theological justifications not to help refugees exploit the insecurities of the humanitarian movement.

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