Afghan Jungle, Hazara Jungle and Palestine House. Such are the names of squats and camps in Calais that have existed in various incarnations for years: the result of two European nations fortifying themselves against crises of their own making, writes Timothy Cooper. History continues to repeat itself.
is a journalist and researcher, exploring notions of cosmopolitanism, especially in the context of transnational communication, civil liberties and the role of cultural heritage in post-conflict societies. He has lived, worked and taught in Paris, Lahore, Istanbul, and Florence. His work has appeared on platforms such as Ibraaz, Rhizome, Vice, Your Middle East and Art Collector Mag.