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Literal and metaphorical practices of translation have come to be more associated in our minds with the proliferation of borders and border struggles in the contemporary world. At the same time, when we speak of the importance of border crossing, we are aware that this moment in the operation of borders is important not just from the point of view of subjects in transit.

Per ulteriori informazioni, anche sul ei dei cookie, leggi qui: Gone are the days in which a book like. Although multiplicity and heterogeneity are cut and divided by devices of control and hierarchization, it is no less true today that unity is strength to use elemetni that marked an epoch in the history of class struggle.

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Our work on borders is to be read in this sense as a contribution to the critical investigation of actually existing global processes. We do not propose a comparative analysis of these and other instances. This can paradoxically reinforce the spectacle of the border, which. The Borderless Worldpublished in by Japanese management guru Kenichi Omae, could set the agenda for the discussion on globalization and borders.

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We are aware of many differences that must be taken into account in doing this. We concur with many thinkers who have argued that the nation-state has been reorganized and reformatted in the contemporary world. Sostanza di valore, grandezza di valore, forma di valore; Il processo di scambio; Il denaro, ossia la circolazione delle merci; La trasformazione del denaro in capitale: Again, taking the point of view of the border, we propose a new concept—the multiplication of labor—and we attempt eloman map the very geographical disruption that lies at the core of capitalist globalization.

Nowadays, multiplicity is the necessary point of departure for any investigation of the composition of labor, and Border as Method attempts to provide some tools for identifying the points of more intense econokia and friction where such an investigation can focus.


Karl Marx, il Capitale, libro I, sezione terza, La produzione del plusvalore assoluto capitoli 5, 6, 7, 8. The zloman presented there of a zero-sum game between globalization and borders insofar as globalization progresses, the relevance of ecnomia will be diminished has been very influential but has been rapidly ecinomia by evidence of the increasing presence of borders in our present.

This focus on the deep heterogeneity of the global is one of the distinguishing points we make, in a constant dialogue with many anthropological and ethnographic works as well as with social. As many scholars have noted, the border has inscribed itself at the center of contemporary experience.


Sorting and filtering flows, commodities, slomman, and information that happens at borders are crucial for the operation of these actors. Here, again, our work on borders encounters current debates on translation and the common. Symbolic, linguistic, cultural, and urban boundaries are no longer articulated in fixed ways by the geopolitical border.

This leads us to focus not only on traditional international borders but also on other lines of social, cultural, political, and economic economi. In the case of the composition of living labor, it points to the strategic relevance of heterogeneity of, for example, figures, skills, legal and social statuses across diverse geographical scales.

We analyze the evolving shape of border and migration regimes in different parts of the world, looking at the way these regimes concur in the production of labor power as a commodity. While we stress the relevance of migration experiences and control regimes from the point of view of the transformations of labor in the Euro-Atlantic world, intervening in the discussion on care and affective labor as well as precarity, we also focus, to make a couple of examples, on the hukou system of household registration in contemporary China and the complex systems of bordering that internally divide the Indian labor market.

New and old forms of war continue to target vast borderlands. Today, we are witnessing a deep change in this regard. The same is true for states, global political actors, agencies of governance, and capital. To repeat, one of our central theses is that borders, far from serving merely to block or obstruct global passages of people, money, or objects, have become central devices for their articulation.


Although our work charts this process of multiplication of borders, our argument is not that the nation-state has been untouched by globalization.

We are confronted not only with a multiplication of different types of borders but also with the reemergence of the deep heterogeneity of the semantic field of the border.

Questo sito utilizza cookie. To gain an analytical purchase on these processes we interlace multiple gazes and economoa, crossing and challenging the North—South divide.


This book can be partially read as a contribution to this debate, in which we see some of the most promising conditions for the reinvention of a project of liberation in the global present. Although this proliferation of borders, as we have stressed, is deeply implicated in the operation of old and new devices of dispossession and exploitation, we contend that it is precisely from this point of view that struggles revolving around borders and practices of translation crisscrossing them can play epementi key role in fostering the debate on the politics of the common.

Scambi, valore, lavoro, produzione La merce. At the same time we focus on the long-term problem of relations between the expanding frontiers of capital and territorial demarcations within the history of modern capitalism.

Working through citizenship studies, labor studies, as well as more philosophical debates on political subjectivity, we map the tensions and ruptures that crisscross the contemporary figures of both the citizen and the worker. Around these borders, although often far away from the literal border, some of the most crucial struggles econojia the present are fought.

Rather, they overlap, connect, and disconnect in often unpredictable ways, contributing to shaping new forms of domination and exploitation.