Global migration and social change – new book series

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Ala Sirriyeh, The Politics of Compassion, BUP, 2018

Delighted to announce the launch of a new book series on “Global migration and social change” edited by me and Alan Gamlen at Monash University, Australia.

The series is published by the Bristol University Press / Policy Press and aims to open up new interdisciplinary terrain and develop new scholarship in migration and refugee studies that is theoretically and methodologically innovative, and policy engaged.

We welcome book ideas and proposals, you can email Alan and me for further info regarding the Book series rationale and Proposal guidelines are available here.

The first book in the series is Ala Sirriyeh’s The Politics of Compassion, released in June 2018.

The Series Editorial Advisory Board includes:
Leah Bassell, University of Leicester, UK
Sergio Carrera, CEPS, BE
Elaine Chase, University College London, UK
Alessio D’Angelo, Middlesex, UK
Andrew Geddes, EUI, Italy
Roberto G. Gonzales, Harvard University, US
Elzbieta Gozdziak, Georgetown University, US
Jonathan Xavier Inda, University of Illinois, US
David Ingleby, University of Amsterdam, NL
Anna Lindley, SOAS, UK
Cecilia Menjívar, UCLA, US
Peter Nyers, McMaster University, CN
Jenny Phillimore, University of Birmingham, UK
Ben Rogaly, Sussex University, UK
Paul Spoonley, Massey University, NZ
Susanne Wessendorf, LSE, UK
Amanda Wise, Macquarie University, AUS
Elisabetta Zontini, University of Nottingham, UK

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 *Photo portfolio courtesy of Sara Creta. Photos taken on board of MSF rescue boats in the Central Mediterranean, Summer 2016
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