works at the Departement for the History of Ideas at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. She is a member of the editorial board of Glänta.
An interview with Saskia Sassen
When Columbian soldiers were threatening to kill her, Saskia Sassen desperately hung on to her American passport. She acted then as an unquestioning member of a world order she usually criticises, one in which some passports provide freedom of access and others do not. Edda Manga talks to Saskia Sassen about "cheap politics" and the deconstruction of patriotism. [more]