Mobility is a keyword of late modernity that suggests an increasingly unrestrained and interconnected world of individual opportunities. However, as privileges enable some to live in a seemingly borderless world, others remain excluded and marginalized. Boundaries are created, modified and consolidated, particularly in times of hypermobility. Evidently, mobility is closely tied to immobility.This volume features ethnographic research that challenges the concept of mobility with regard to social inequalities and global hierarchies.
Miriam Gutekunst (Dr. phil) is a cultural anthropologist and postdoc researcher at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich (Institute for European Ethnology and Cultural Analysis). Her research is mainly focusing on migration and the European border r