Rescaling and Re-placing

Migration scholars have long pointed out the danger of conceptualizing social science through a lens that studies societies contained within nation states. The fallacies of methodological nationalism reflect the interconnected nature of a world that has, in at least some senses, globalized. The consequences of migration play out at different geographical scales. Migrants reshape the neighbourhoods and communities they move to.

Pieces within ‘Rescaling and Re-placing’ include descriptions of: the world-wide street, mediterranean, making a hostile environment, and migration of the rich.