The latest issue of Sociology on the sociology of human rights includes a review essay I wrote on ‘Globalisation, rights and the non-citizen’. The essay takes as a starting point three recently published monographs that, through the analysis of three groups of non-citizens – respectively asylum seekers (Lydia Morris), refugee children (Halleli Pinson et al.), and migrant sex workers (Rutvica Andrijasevic) – examine the tension between two coexisting traditions and regimes of rights, those nested in the nation-state and its institutional apparatus and those available to all human beings by virtue of their shared humanity and increasingly institutionalised at international and national levels. You can read the review essay here: