Camps and Arab Cities

Exploring forms of return of Palestinian refugees means also exploring ways in which the figure of the refugee and its associated spatial regime of dislocation both reshape the political space of the present and force us to image a new political space yet to come.

It is in this space between the sites of dislocation and that of destruction that a future extraterritorial polity could take shape.

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