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Social theory has traditionally interpreted the camp as an anomaly, as an exceptional site situated on the margins of society, aiming to neutralize its failed citizens and enemies. However, in contemporary society the camp has now become the rule and consequently a new interrogation of its logic is necessary. The authors explore the paradox of the camp, as representing both an old fear of enclosure and a new dream of belonging.
Published: 28th June 2005