(MIT Press)  This book examines the space and idea of the camp as a defining dimension of 21st century life.  It considers why camps are at the center of emerging questions of identity, residency, safety, and mobility.  The author describes camps of diverse regions, purposes and forms — summer camps, protest camps, drift camps, boot camps, and immigrant camps — and navigates the inherent paradoxes of zones that are neither temporary nor permanent.  Hailey is an assistant professor at the University of Florida’s School of Architecture.