Vol. 7 (2021): post(s)
Akademos

The Jungle de Calais: Entre Liminalidad, Espacio fronterizo y lugar de posibilidades 

Melanye Garland
Melanye Garland

Publicado 2021-11-15

Palabras clave

  • Liminalidad,
  • The Jungle,
  • (post)colonial,
  • decolonial,
  • metodologias artisticas,
  • poesia etnografica
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Cómo citar

Garland, M. (2021). The Jungle de Calais: Entre Liminalidad, Espacio fronterizo y lugar de posibilidades . post(s), 7(7), 68–97. https://doi.org/10.18272/post(s).v7i7.2399

Resumen

El presente ensayo se basa exclusivamente en la investigación artística y seudoetnográfica realizada en el campamento de migrantes The Jungle, durante el año 2016 en la ciudad de Calais, Francia, ubicado en el borde marítimo con Inglaterra. Desde mi experiencia in situ, descrita a través de metodologías artísticas y escrituras poéticas, abarco el concepto de la liminalidad desde una perspectiva fronteriza. Paso por acciones y actitudes poscoloniales dentro del marco conceptual de la liminalidad y sus características transformativas, destructivas,
constructivas y de In-betweenness que este proceso ritualístico conlleva. Desde mi perspectiva como artista y futura antropóloga, me interesa resaltar narrativas locales fronterizas que necesitan estar presentes en nuestra reflexión para un futuro más solidario, colaborativo y comunitario, decolonizando nuestra manera de percibir lugares "˜periféricos"™ y espacios fronterizos contemporáneos e incorporarlos como agentes activos en el desarrollo de la ciudad.

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