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Michel Agier

Introduction: Continental Encampment: Genealogies of Humanitarian Containment in the Middle East and Europe
Are John Knudsen and Kjersti G. Berg

Chapter 1. An Imperial Lens on Refuge in Greater Syria: Antecedents to Contemporary Humanitarian Practices
Dawn Chatty

Chapter 2. The Global Origins of the Modern Refugee Camp: Military Humanitarianism and Colonial Occupation at Baquba, Iraq, 1918–1920
Benjamin Thomas White

Chapter 3. A Necessary Evil: A History of Palestinian Refugee Camps, UNRWA and Jordan (1950-1970)
Kjersti G. Berg

Chapter 4. Contained at the Margins: Syrian Refugees’ Settlement Experience in Northern Jordan
Kamel Doraï and Pauline Piraud-Fournet

Chapter 5. Iraqi Refugees in Syria, 2003-2011: The Emergence of UNHCR-led Migration Management in the Levant
Sophia Hoffmann

Chapter 6. Four Buildings and a Bungalow: Architectures of Containment in Sabra, Beirut
Are John Knudsen

Chapter 7. Turkey’s Biopolitical Buffer Zones and the Temporalities of Containment
Rebecca Bryant

Chapter 8. Journeys Interrupted: The Labyrinthine Border Experience Along the Balkan Route
Synnøve Kristine Nepstad Bendixsen

Chapter 9. Humanitarian Lampedusa and the Theatralisation of Crisis
Antonio De Lauri

Thomas Hylland Eriksen


Continental Encampment

Genealogies of Humanitarian Containment in the Middle East and Europe

Edited by Are John Knudsen and Kjersti G. Berg

Foreword by Michel Agier
Afterword by Thomas Hylland Eriksen

276 pages, 18 illus., bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-80073-844-7 Hb Published (February 2023)

eISBN 978-1-80073-845-4 eBook