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Introducing The Negotiated Expansions of Immigration Control Dear Colleagues, We are excited to announce a recent accomplishment by members of our collaborative research network: the publication of a special issue in Law & Social Inquiry (LSI). Titled The Negotiated Expansions … Continue reading
Immigration enforcement stands at the juncture of foreign and domestic policy, significantly impacting law enforcement practices, national security and local community dynamics. Traditionally, the federal government has set immigration enforcement policies and practices, leading some people to expect consistency across … Continue reading
On the 9th and 10th of October 2014, the CINETS network (Crimmigration Control – International Net of Studies) will organize her second Crimmigration Control conference. After the success of the first conference, which was held in Coimbra, Portugal in 2012, … Continue reading
We are happy to introduce the research project “Crimmigration and Decision-making the Borderlands of the Netherlands”. The research is carried out by researchers of the Institute for Criminal Law & Criminology of Leiden Law School the Netherlands and supported by the Leiden University … Continue reading
The workshop is funded though the NSF Law and Social Sciences program and will cover the costs of participation for those invited to attend. May 27-28, Center for Forced Migration Studies at the Buffett Center for International & Comparative Studies, … Continue reading
Migration&Citizenship welcomes paper and panel proposals utilizing a wide range of methodological strategies and theoretical perspectives on topics such as: the politics of nationality and citizenship, including comparative or historical nationality law, statelessness, naturalization and expatriation as well as dual … Continue reading
CRN-members from Leiden University regularly post on issues of citizenship and migration on Leiden Law Blog. Leiden Law Blog is part of the Leiden Law School, Leiden University. The authors are legal experts or criminologists working at our faculty. The Leiden Law Blog … Continue reading