The Make-believe Space Affective Geography in a Postwar Polity (Paperback)
|Author: Yael Navaro-Yashin|
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This is an anthropological look at the Turkish territory of Northern Cyprus, a self-defined state, which is actually imaginary (because it is only recognized by Turkey). Where Greek and Turkish Cypriots once lived historically side by side, now only the Turks remain. Navaro-Yashin surveys the affective landscape, examining the sense of haunted property and objects lost and gained in the partition, along with people’s relation to the fictive remapping of places and history by this new state. The author is a highly regarded theorist, and her innovative joining of a biopolitics of the state and affect theory should make this an influential work of anthropology.