The refugee crisis that Europe is currently facing is shedding a dramatic light on the countryside. Syrians refugees flee the war via Turkey, then Greece and their isolated beaches, to move on to travel Europe across country, fields and scenic landscapes via Macedonia, Serbia, Bosnia, Croatia ... The forgotten rural land is the stage of our present migration tragedy, not cities.
The first issue of Migrant Journal sold out in five weeks after its initial release. We reprinted in January 2017.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
→ AN UNDOCUMENTED MAP OF MEXICO
→ ITALIAN LIMES Brett Milligan
→ DELTA EARTHWORKS Elisabeth Real, Christoph Miler
→ PARCHED IRAN Justinien Tribillon
→ MASSEY HARRIS: MECHANICAL OR TROJAN HORSE After Belonging
→ AN INTERVIEW WITH THE CURATORS OF THE OSLO TRIENNALE Catarina de Almeida Brito
→ MUJI COUNTRYSIDE Dimitrios Bormpoudakis
→ FLOW AND PERMANENCE IN THE GARDEN OF ENGLAND Giuditta Vendrame
→ WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF YOUR VISIT? A JOURNEY TOWARDS THE HIGH SEAS Julian Castro, Daniela Sanjinés, David Kostenwein
→ RETURNS TO THE RURAL Henri Lefebvre
→ THE VALLEY OF CAMPAN, A STUDY ON RURAL SOCIOLOGY Hefin Jones