This article published on antiAtlas-Journal #4 explores the multifarious ways in which freight and migrant mobilities have rearticulated to one another in the port of Patras. It argues that, through the re-appropriation of urban and logistical empty spaces, migrants have elaborated alternative strategies of settlement and escape that have allowed them to navigate the border and create independent patterns of mobility.
Read the article: https://www.antiatlas-journal.net/borderless-imaginaries-divergent-mobilities/
Marco Mogiani obtained his PhD in Development Studies at SOAS and is currently University Assistant at the University of Vienna. His work looks at border management within capitalism; migrant mobilities across the EU; acts and practices of citizenship.