Sarah Green is a professor of social and cultural anthropology at the University of Helsinki. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge, and she spent 17 years teaching and researching at the University of Manchester. She specializes in the anthropology of location (the significance and value of being somewhere in particular), which in her research involves border relations, the EU, the Balkans, and the Aegean region. Green is the author of many publications, including Notes From the Balkans. She also co-authored the book titled Borderwork. She is about to begin a new European Research Council Advanced Grant research project called “Crosslocations in the Mediterranean: Rethinking the Sociocultural Dynamics of Relative Positioning.” Follow her on Twitter @franverdi.