Oct 10, 2019
In today’s podcast special, Michaela and Karen get together to
reflect on (some of) the sociological takeaways from the project.
And it’s a really tour de force!
Get ready to hear them tackle the problems at the heart of the
perennial question—why don’t they just go back to Britain?—that has
become all too familiar to many Britons living in Europe in a time
of Brexit. They return to questions of Britain and Britishness,
citizenship and racism. And in their latest discussion of bordering
they highlight the need to move beyond legalistic framings, and
into understandings that recognise that who is allowed to cross
borders and remain in the sovereign territory of a nation is
political and constantly negotiated. And Brexit tightens Europe’s
borders, some Britons will find themselves squeezed out, its effect
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