In the opening essay of his collection, Crossings, Nicholas Murray, as a method of interrogating the existence of borders, introduces Foucault’s idea of the heterotopia – a space of otherness, full of things that have little or no connection with one another. Murray touches upon Foucault’s example of a ship as the perfect example of […]
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