The essay presents some of the outcomes of a wider research project on the multiplication of borders within our global world and attempts to trace some of its consequences on the working of the global university system.The authors argue that the current globalization of university systems needs to be rethought in the wider context of changing forms of mobility, the production of geographies that project themselves across the limits of modern political spaces, and the forms of policing that emerge with the proliferation of borders within as well as beyond such limits

Border as Method, or, the Multiplication of Labor

MEZZADRA, SANDRO;
2009

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The essay presents some of the outcomes of a wider research project on the multiplication of borders within our global world and attempts to trace some of its consequences on the working of the global university system.The authors argue that the current globalization of university systems needs to be rethought in the wider context of changing forms of mobility, the production of geographies that project themselves across the limits of modern political spaces, and the forms of policing that emerge with the proliferation of borders within as well as beyond such limits
Toward a Global Autonomous University. Cognitive Labor, The Production of Knowledge, and Exodus from the Education Factory
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Sandro Mezzadra; Brett Neilson
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