Larissa Fleischmann

Larissa Fleischmann, born in 1989, works as a postdoctoral researcher in Human Geography at the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg. She received her PhD from the University of Konstanz, where she was a member of the Centre of Excellence »Cultural Foundations of Social Integration« and the working group in Social and Cultural Anthropology from 2014 to 2018.

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, European Ethnology, Geography, Social and Cultural Geography, Sociology, Sociology of Migration

Publications in the Series: Culture and Social Practice

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Contested Solidarity

Practices of Refugee Support between Humanitarian Help and Political Activism

This ethnographic account of the German »welcome culture« sheds light on the contested practices, imaginaries, interests and politics of refugee solidarity.

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  1. Contested Solidarity

    Frontmatter

    Seiten 1 - 4
  2. Contents

    Seiten 5 - 8
  3. 1.1. The Spirit of Summer 2015: "We Want to Help Refugees!"

    Seiten 9 - 16
  4. 1.2. The Political Ambivalences of Refugee Support

    Seiten 16 - 23
  5. 1.3. Conceptualizing Solidarity in Migration Societies

    Seiten 23 - 30
  6. 1.4. The Political Possibilities of Grassroots Humanitarianism

    Seiten 30 - 36
  7. 1.5. Rethinking Political Action in Migration Societies

    Seiten 36 - 40
  8. 1.6. Researching Solidarity in the German 'Summer of Welcome': Field, Access, Methods, Ethics

    Seiten 40 - 46
  9. 1.7. An Outline of Contested Solidarity

    Seiten 46 - 50
  10. 2.1. The Notion of a 'Welcome Culture' and its Mobilizing Effects

    Seiten 51 - 55
  11. 2.2. Humanitarian Dissent: The Solidarity March 'Ellwangen Shows its Colours'

    Seiten 55 - 71
  12. 2.3. Humanitarian Governance: Volunteering with Refugees in Ellwangen

    Seiten 71 - 83
  13. 2.4. Concluding Remarks: Practices of Solidarity between Dissent and Co-Optation

    Seiten 83 - 84
  14. 3.1. Governmental Interventions in the Conduct of Volunteering with Refugees

    Seiten 85 - 88
  15. 3.2. (Re)Ordering Responsibilities in the Reception of Asylum Seekers

    Seiten 88 - 99
  16. 3.3. (Re)Shaping the Self-Conduct of Committed Citizens

    Seiten 100 - 112
  17. 3.4. Depoliticizing "Uncomfortable" Practices of Refugee Support

    Seiten 112 - 119
  18. 3.5. Concluding Remarks: The Government of Refugee Solidarity

    Seiten 119 - 120
  19. 4.1. "We are also Political Volunteers!"

    Seiten 121 - 125
  20. 4.2. Politics of Presence: Enacting Alternative Visions of Society

    Seiten 125 - 131
  21. 4.3. Contestations around Equal Rights

    Seiten 131 - 139
  22. 4.4. Contestations around a Right to Stay

    Seiten 139 - 147
  23. 4.5. Contestations around a Right to Migrate

    Seiten 147 - 152
  24. 4.6. Concluding Remarks: Emerging Meanings of Political Action in Migration Societies

    Seiten 152 - 154
  25. 5.1. Insubordinate Recipients: Asylum Seekers' Interventions in Relationships of Solidarity

    Seiten 155 - 158
  26. 5.2. The Intermediated Agency of Asylum Seekers

    Seiten 158 - 161
  27. 5.3. (De)politicizing the Meanings of Food: The Intermediation of Migrant Protest in Bad Waldsee

    Seiten 161 - 175
  28. 5.4. Deterring 'Economic Migrants': The Intermediation of Migrant Protest in Offenburg

    Seiten 176 - 189
  29. 5.5. Concluding Remarks: The Agency of Asylum Seekers in the Contestation of Solidarity

    Seiten 189 - 192
  30. 6.1. At the Frontlines of Solidarity and Community

    Seiten 193 - 197
  31. 6.2. A Short History of Refugee Activism in Schwäbisch Gmünd

    Seiten 197 - 201
  32. 6.3. The Breaking of Relationships of Solidarity

    Seiten 201 - 213
  33. 6.4. The Conflicting Imaginaries of Community

    Seiten 214 - 225
  34. 6.5. Concluding Remarks: The Intimate Relationship between Community and Solidarity

    Seiten 226 - 228
  35. Introduction

    Seiten 229 - 230
  36. 7.1. The Contested Line between Insiders and Outsiders

    Seiten 230 - 233
  37. 7.2. The Contested Line between 'the State' and 'Civil Society'

    Seiten 233 - 236
  38. 7.3. The Contested Relationship between 'the Local' and 'the World Out There'

    Seiten 236 - 240
  39. References

    Seiten 241 - 270
  40. Acknowledgements

    Seiten 271 - 274

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