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2020, br. 24, str. 159-191
Proliferacija granica - o graničnoj kontroli, državi i suverenitetu
Univerzitet u Pitsburgu, Odeljenje za antropologiju, Pitsburg, Sjedinjene Američke Države
Ključne reči: granice; granična kontrola; država; suverenitet; teritorijalnost; nedržavni akteri
Rad sumira relevantnu literaturu iz studija granica i ispituje kako promene u kontroli i upravljanju granicama utiču na konfiguraciju države i njenog suvereniteta. Pitanja kojim se bavi jesu kako prostorna proliferacija i deteritorijalizacija granica utiču na razumevanje teritorijalnog suvereniteta i kako delegiranje "legitimne upotrebe nasilja" nedržavnim akterima rekonfiguriše autoritet države. U konvencionalnom političkom i javnom diskursu granice i teritorijalni suverenitet figuriraju kao jedno od glavnih obeležja državnosti. Politička teologija moderne nacionalne države je pripisala monopol nad upravljanjem granicama isključivo državi, te je granice izjednačila sa stabilnim i fiksnim obodima nacionalne teritorije. Savremene prakse kontrole i pravljenja granica dovode u pitanje i komplikuju ove dominantne predstave o granicama, državi i njenom teritorijalnom suverenitetu. Stoga, ovaj rad ukazuje da je umesto metafizičkog razumevanja granica, suvereniteta i države, potrebno da se ispituju svakodnevne prakse u kojima se oni (re)konstituišu. Rad takođe ukazuje da iako etnografske studije o kontrolama granica dovode u pitanje preovlađujuće ideje o državi i granicama, često i same ostaju zarobljene u konceptualnom diskursu države, što može biti rezultat neuzimanja u obzir istorijske perspektive, kao i odsustva analize uticaja kapitalističkih procesa na državu i kontrolu granica.
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DOI: 10.5937/genero2024159K
revidiran: 29.10.2020.
prihvaćen: 31.10.2020.
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 20.12.2020.