The Boy on the Beach: The Photographic Event that Contested the Violence of European Governmentality

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LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationBorderland Religion : Ambiguous Practices of Difference, Hope, and Beyond
EditorsDaisy L. Machado, Bryan S. Turner, Trygve Wyller
Place of PublicationAbingdon
PublisherRoutledge
Date2018
Pages136-159
Chapter10
ISBN (Print)9781138482722
ISBN (Electronic)9781351056939, 9781351056946
StatePublished - 2018
SeriesReligion, Resistance, Hospitalities

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Karlsen, M. P., Sørensen, B. M., & Villadsen, K. (2018). The Boy on the Beach: The Photographic Event that Contested the Violence of European Governmentality. In D. L. Machado, B. S. Turner, & T. Wyller (Eds.), Borderland Religion: Ambiguous Practices of Difference, Hope, and Beyond (pp. 136-159). Abingdon: Routledge. Religion, Resistance, Hospitalities
Karlsen, Mads Peter ; Sørensen, Bent Meier ; Villadsen, Kaspar. / The Boy on the Beach : The Photographic Event that Contested the Violence of European Governmentality. Borderland Religion: Ambiguous Practices of Difference, Hope, and Beyond. editor / Daisy L. Machado ; Bryan S. Turner ; Trygve Wyller. Abingdon : Routledge, 2018. pp. 136-159 (Religion, Resistance, Hospitalities).
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Karlsen, MP, Sørensen, BM & Villadsen, K 2018, The Boy on the Beach: The Photographic Event that Contested the Violence of European Governmentality. in DL Machado, BS Turner & T Wyller (eds), Borderland Religion: Ambiguous Practices of Difference, Hope, and Beyond. Routledge, Abingdon, Religion, Resistance, Hospitalities, pp. 136-159.

The Boy on the Beach : The Photographic Event that Contested the Violence of European Governmentality. / Karlsen, Mads Peter; Sørensen, Bent Meier; Villadsen, Kaspar.

Borderland Religion: Ambiguous Practices of Difference, Hope, and Beyond. ed. / Daisy L. Machado; Bryan S. Turner; Trygve Wyller. Abingdon : Routledge, 2018. p. 136-159.

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Karlsen MP, Sørensen BM, Villadsen K. The Boy on the Beach: The Photographic Event that Contested the Violence of European Governmentality. In Machado DL, Turner BS, Wyller T, editors, Borderland Religion: Ambiguous Practices of Difference, Hope, and Beyond. Abingdon: Routledge. 2018. p. 136-159. (Religion, Resistance, Hospitalities).