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Based at the Centre for Criminology, University of Oxford, Border Criminologies brings together academics, practitioners and those who have experienced border control from around the world. Showcasing original research from a range of perspectives, we hope to better understand the effect of … Continue reading
Dear Citizenship & Immigration CRN Members, As you know, this year’s LSA conference will be in Seattle from May 28 – 31, 2015. Abstracts are due on October 15, 2014. There are a few different ways you can work through the CRN: 1) You … Continue reading
Dear Members, In less than two weeks most of us will see each other again at the annual meeting of the Law & Society Association, in Minneapolis. Here is a quick overview of all the CRN 2 sponsored sessions as well … Continue reading
October 9-10, 2014, Leiden Law School, the Netherlands After the great success of the first annual CINETS conference held in Coimbra, Portugal in 2012, researchers, graduate students and practitioners working in the field of crime (control) and migration (control) are … Continue reading
Central to contemporary debates in the United States on migration and migrant policy is the idea of citizenship, and this issue remains a focal point of contention. In Disenchanting Citizenship, Luis F. B. Plascencia examines two interrelated issues: U.S. citizenship … Continue reading
Dear colleagues, If you are planning a paper or panel for the Law & Society meeting in Boston, you may want to take advantage of our CRN listserv and website (https://crn2.wordpress.com/ ) to find people with similar work in progress. … Continue reading
Esteemed Colleagues, I would like to draw your attention to the following recently published book: “Social Control & Justice: Crimmigration in the Age of Fear” (Eleven International Publishing, 2012). The book is the first product of the crimmigration control international … Continue reading