A Camp is a Wall in a Forest
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Keywords

migration
identity
Afghanistan
Finland
reception center

How to Cite

Knappe, A., & Jan, A. (2019). A Camp is a Wall in a Forest. Journal of Anthropological Films, 3(02), e2697. https://doi.org/10.15845/jaf.v3i02.2697

Abstract

A camp is a place where mohajers live in a state of waiting. Mohajers are asylum seekers, refugees, and other migrants in precarious situations and their camps are reception centers, detention centers, and temporary shelters. Camps are often located in remote areas, effectively isolating the individuals living in them. They are facilities for storing humans, full of invisible walls, and windows to remind people that the world they can see through them is out of their reach.

https://doi.org/10.15845/jaf.v3i02.2697
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Copyright (c) 2019 Anna Knappe, Amir Jan, Laura Böök

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