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Displaced: Europe and the global refugee crisis.

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DISPLACED attempts to answer the question of why the European refugee crisis has escalated at this particular point in history, by tying together some of the different threads of this crisis, offering both an overview, as well as a better analytical understanding of how this crisis is embedded in some of the wider challenges our societies face.

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Kindle Edition, 298 pages
Published January 27th 2019
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Feb 17, 2019 rated it really liked it
In his first book, Bram Wanrooij takes on the formidable and timely subject of the European and global refugee crisis. He provides a narrative that is as broad as it is ambitious. Pulling on his knowledge as a history teacher Wanrooij provides a deeper historical context to the subject while also delving into wider themes covering everything from economics to neoliberalism, to war and politics, in order to provide some understanding of where we find ourselves today with the current refugee crisi ...more
Jun 09, 2019 rated it it was amazing
A timely critique of modern, globalized society. The refugee crisis is analyzed as a symptom of a much wider crisis of society that can only be addressed structurally. Well written and enthralling.
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