Member Profiles

The following CRN Members (in alphabetical order) have provided information on their teaching and research activities.

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Name David Abraham
Institutional
Affiliation
School of Law, University of Miami
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Professor of Immigration and Citizenship Law
Teaching Welfare state, immigration, political economy, European/German history, property law
Research
Interests
Welfare state, immigrant integration, fascism, race relations, marxism
Selected
Publications
http://www.law.miami.edu/faculty-administration/david-abraham-publications.php?op=1
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Name Takeshi Akiba
Institutional
Affiliation
University of California, Berkeley
Country
Base
USA / Japan
Current
Position
Ph.D. Candidate
Teaching immigration law and policy, constitutional law and policy, comparative federalism
Research
Interests
constitutional structure, citizenship rights and globalization; free movement of people and citizenship
Selected
Publications
§  (2005) ‘Rights of Foreigners under the American Constitution’, The Waseda Journal of Social Sciences, [Japan], No.5.

§  (2005) ‘Comparative Study of the Concept of Citizenship’, Comparative Law Review, [Japan], Vol.39, No.1.

Other
Affiliation
Waseda University (Japan); Ishizaka Fellow, Japanese Business Federation (2001-2003)
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Name Francisco Alatorre
Institutional
Affiliation
Arizona State University
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Ph.D. Candidate
Teaching Research Methods (Mixed Methods Design); Qualitative Field Research Methodology; Seminar on Immigration: Family and Justice; Seminar on Race, Ethnicity, Gender and Justice; Introduction to Criminal Justice; Justice Theory
Research
Interests
Immigration and Social Justice (Policy and Evaluation); Latino Community Development (Policy and Evaluation); Ethnicity, Race, Gender, Stratification and Identity Crime relationship; Youth and Crime (Prevention Research); Latino/a Social Movements; Borderland Concerns (Militarization, Vigilante Movements, Socio-Legal; Construction of Fear; Bi-national Treaties between Mexico and the United States
Selected
Publications
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Name Kif Augustine-Adams
Institutional
Affiliation
Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Professor of Law
Teaching gender, race, citizenship, particularly in LatinAmerica
Research
Interests
same as above
Selected
Publications
§  (2005) Considering the Rule of Law: A Step Back from Threats and Dangers,15(3) EXPERIENCE (American Bar Association magazine) 14

§  (2004) Book Review, Judging the Past in Unified Germany by A. James McAdams, 28(1) German Studies Review.

§  (2004) The Plenary Power Doctrine after September 11, 38 UCDavis Law Review 

§  (2004) Book Review, Truth, Autonomy, and Speech: Feminist Theory and the First Amendment by Susan H. Williams, 14(9) The Law and Politics Book Review 

§  (2002) “With notice of the consequences”: Liberal Political Theory, Marriage, and Women’s Citizenship in the United States, 6:2 Citizenship Studies

§  (2002) “She consents implicitly”: Women’s Citizenship, Marriage, and Liberal Political Theory in Late Nineteenth and Early-Twentieth Century Argentina, 13:4 Journal of Women’s History

§  (2000) Gendered States: Comparative Constructions of Citizenship and Nation, 41 Virginia Journal of International Law

§  (2000) Marriage as Exile: Citizenship Laws and Women’s Exclusion/El Matrimonio Como Exilio: Las Leyes de Ciudadanoa y Exclusion Femenina in Exilios Femeninos71 Pilar Cuder-Dominguez, ed., (in Spanish)

§  (1993) What is Just: The Rule of Law and Natural Law in the Trials of Former East German Border Guards, 29 Stanford Journal of International Law

§  (1990) Foreigners, Foreign Property and the Fourth Amendment: United States v.Verdugo-Urquidez, 110 S. Ct. 1056, 13 Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy

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Name Angela M. Banks
Institutional Affiliation William & Mary School of Law
Country Base USA
Current Position Professor of Law
Teaching Immigration & Citizenship
Research Interests Immigration, Citizenship, International Human Rights Law
Selected Publications
  • The Normative & Historical Cases for Proportional Deportation, 62 Emory J.L. 1243 (2013).
  • The Curious Relationship Between “Self-Deportation” Policies and Naturalization Rates, 16 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 1149 (2012).
  • Deporting Families: Political Question or Legal Issue?, 27 Ga. St. U. L. Rev. 489 (2011).
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Name Larry Catá Backer
Institutional Affiliation Pennsylvania State University
Country Base USA
Current Position W. Richard and Mary Eshelman Faculty Scholar & Professor of Law, Professor of International Affairs
Teaching U.S. Law and Legal Theory; Multinational Corporations Law; Transnational Law
Research Interests Human rights; globalization; constitutionalism; private governance regimes; trans border issues
Selected Publications LAWYERS MAKING MEANING:  THE SEMIOTICS OF LAW IN LEGAL EDUCATION II (Dordrecht: Springer, 2013) (with Jan M. Broekman) ISBN 978-94-007-5457-7; ISBN 978-94-007-5458-4 (eBook).

COMPARATIVE CORPORATE LAW: UNITED STATES, EUROPEAN UNION, CHINA AND JAPAN (Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press, 2002) ISBN 0-89089-526-0; LCCN 2001088034.

SIGNS IN LAW, A SOURCE BOOK – THE SEMIOTICS OF LAW IN LEGAL EDUCATION III (Jan M. Broekman and Larry Catá Backer, eds., Dordrecht, Neth: Springer, 2014) (ISBN 978-3-319-09837-1; hardback ISBN 978-3-319-09836-4) .

HARMONIZING LAW IN AN ERA OF GLOBALIZATION:  CONVERGENCE, DIVERGENCE, RESISTANCE (Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press, 2007) ISBN 0-89089-585-6 (editor and contributor).

The Cuban Communist Party at the Center of Political and Economic Reform: Current Status and Future Reform, Northwestern Interdisciplinary Law Review 8:– (forthcoming 2015).

Moving Forward The U.N. Guiding Principles For Business And Human Rights: Between Enterprise Social Norm, State Domestic Legal Orders, and the Treaty Law that Might Bind them All, FORDHAM INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL 38:– (forthcoming 2015).

International Financial Institutions (IFIs) and Sovereign Wealth Funds—SWFs as Instruments to Combat Corruption and Enhance Fiscal Discipline in Developing States, 2014(4) INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF LAW — (Qatar University) (forthcoming).

Crafting a Theory of Socialist Democracy for China in the 21st Century: Considering Hu Angang’s Theory of Collective Presidency in the Context of the Emerging Chinese Constitutional State, 16(1) ASIAN-PACIFIC LAW AND POLICY JOURNAL – (forthcoming 2014). Chinese language version为21世纪的中国设计社会主义民主理论:中国宪政国家兴起语境下对胡鞍钢“集体领导制”理论的思考, TSINGHUA UNIVERSITY JOURNAL (forthcoming 2015).

The Crisis of Secular Liberalism and the Constitutional State in Comparative Perspective: Religion, Rule of Law, and Democratic Organization of Religion Privileging States, 48 CORNELL INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL – (forthcoming 2015).

The Emerging Structures of Socialist Constitutionalism With Chinese Characteristics: Extra-Judicial Detention (Laojiao and Shuanggui) and the Chinese Constitutional Order, 23(2) PACIFIC RIM LAW & POLICY JOURNAL 251-341 (2014) (With Keren Wang). Chinese language version PEKING UNIVERSITY POLITICS AND LAW REVIEW JOURNAl (forthcoming 2015).

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Name Beth Baker-Cristales
Institutional
Affiliation
Anthropology Department and the Latin American Studies Program, California State University, Los Angeles
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Associate Director of Latin American Studies
Teaching transnationalism and globalization, migration and cultural change, Latin America, indigenous peoples, applied anthropology
Research
Interests
transnationalizationof politics; the role of the state in globalization; migrant socialorganizing, hometown associations; migrant identities, race, class and ethnicity
Selected
Publications
§  (2004), Salvadoran Migration to Los Angeles: Redefining El Hermano Lejano, University Press of Florida.

§  (2004), “Salvadoran Transformations: Class Consciousness and Ethnic Identity in a Transnational Arena”, Latin American Perspectives, 31(5): 15-33.

§  (1999), “Politics and Positionality in Fieldwork with Salvadorans in Los Angeles”, Political and Legal Anthropology Review, 22(2): 120-128.

§  (2005), “Los austentes siempre presentes: inmigrantes salvadorenoscomo actores politicos transnacionalies”, a chapter in the editedvolume entitled La Transnacionalization de la Sociedad Centroamericana: Nuevos Retos Planteados a Partir de La Migration International, to be published by the Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO) – Programa El Salvador.

§  (Forthcoming), “States of Denial: International Migration, Trans-Nationalism and the State”, in Diapsoric Ruptures, an edited volume to be published by the Joint Centre of Excellence for Research on Immigration and Settlement, Toronto.

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Name Mina Barahimi
Institutional Affiliation U.C. Berkeley School of Law
Country Base USA
Current Position PhD Candidate – Jurisprudence and Social Policy
Teaching Law, politics, and society; sociology of law; immigration law and policy; citizenship and race (EU & US); immigrant/non-citizen rights (EU & US); criminal management of immigration (crimmigration); research design; interview methods
Research Interests Law and society, immigration law and policy, citizenship and race, law at the US-Mexico border, immigrant control, immigrant/non-citizen rights, criminalization of immigrants/immigration, undocumented immigration, politics of movement and discrimination, deportation, EU and US
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Name Iker Barbero
Institutional Affiliation University of the Basque Country
Country Base Basque Country (Spain)
Current Position Post-doc researcher
Teaching Immigration, Citizenship, Sociology, Law
Research Interests Immigration, Citizenship, Sociology, Law
Selected Publications §  Barbero, Iker (2012)  Expanding Acts of Citizenship: The Struggles of Sinpapeles Migrant, Social & Legal Studies (online first)

§  Barbero, Iker (2012) Orientalising citizenship: the legitimation of immigration regimes in the European Union, Citizenship Studies, Volume 16, Issue 5-6, Special Issue: Citizenship After Orientalism: An Unfinished Project

§  Barbero, Iker (2010) “El control selectivo de las fronteras y la transnacionalización de sus resistencias.” (The selective control of frontiers and its transnational resistences )Arbor: Ciencia, pensamiento y cultura, Nº 744, 2010 (Migration Politics and Integrate Society) , pags. 689-703

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Name Catherine Benoît
Institutional
Affiliation
Connecticut College
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Professor of Anthropology
Teaching Medical anthropology, Applied Anthropology, Anthropology of the Caribbean, Anthropology of Space and Place
Research
Interests
Border reinforcement, Migration, Transnationalism, Legal activism related to immigration issues, Immigration law making, European Overseas Departments, Caribbean
Selected
Publications
§  (2009) A. I. Barthélemy, C. Benoît et al. (editors) Cette France-Là vol. 1 06/05/2007 – 30/06/2008, Paris: Association Cette France-là, distributed by Éditions La Délcouverte. 448 p.

§  (2008) “St. Martin Change of Political Status: Inscribing Borders and Immigration Laws onto Geographical Space,” New West Indian Guide, (82) 3/4: 211-235.

§  (2007) “The Politics of Vodou: AIDS, Access to Health Care and the Use of Culture in Haiti,”, Anthropology in Action, (14) 3: 59-68.

§  (2007) “Saint-Martin: Un nouveau droit des étrangers,” Plein Droit, 2007, 74: 17-20.

§  (2004) “Vivre avec le sida ou la drépanocytose : culture et géopolitique des itinéraires thérapeutiques des étrangers caraïbéens résidant à Saint-Martin,” Espace, Populations et Sociétés, Special Issue, “Les départements et territoires d’outre-mer.” 2: 265-279.

§  (2003) “Circuit de soins des enfants drépanocytaires à Saint-Martin/Sint Marteen (FWI/DWI): santé, migrations et exclusion sociale dans la Caraïbe,” La drépanocytose, au carrefour des identités. Regards croisés sur une maladie orpheline, A. Laine (ed.), Paris, Karthala : 115-140.

Other
Affiliation
Affiliate Researcher, Yale University, Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition Chercheuse associée, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris – Centre d’études africaines Chercheuse associée, Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris – Département “Hommes, Natures, Sociétés”
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Name Rupaleem Bhuyan
Institutional Affiliation Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work
University of Toronto
Country Base Canada
Current Position Associate Professor
Teaching §  Political Social Work & Anti-Oppression Practice

§  Globalization, Migration, Citizenship and Social Rights

§  Post-structural, Feminist, Critical Race, and Post-Colonial theories

§  Interpretive Methodologies & Participant Action Research

Research Interests Dr. Bhuyan’s research integrates interpretive policy analysis and principles of participatory action research to address the sociocultural and political context of domestic violence, migration, citizenship and social rights. She is currently the principal investigator for the Migrant Mothers Project, a participatory action research project in collaboration with Mercedes Umaña from Women’s Health in Women’s Hands Community Health Centre. This research explores how women who have precarious immigration status in Canada negotiate rights, identity and belonging in Canada, but also with regard to their histories of migration from their home countries. This research is part of a broader inquiry into how immigration policy, as a form of structural violence, shapes both women’s responses to violence and how social service providers respond to migrant women.
Selected Publications Bhuyan, R. and Smith-Carrier, T (2012). Constructions of migrants’ rights in Canada: Is  subnational citizenship possible? Citizenship Studies, Vol. 16(2), pp. 203-221.Bhuyan, R. (2012). Negotiating citizenship on the frontlines: How the devolution of Canadian  immigration policy shapes service delivery to women fleeing abuse.  Law & Policy, Vol.  3(2), pp. 211-236.Park, Y. and Bhuyan, R. (2012). Whom should we serve? A discourse analysis of social  workers’ commentary on undocumented immigrants. Journal of Progressive Human Services, Vol.  23(1), pp. 18-40.Bhuyan, R. (2010). Reconstructing citizenship in a global economy: How restricting immigrants from welfare undermines social rights for U.S. citizens. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare. Vol.  38(2), pp.63-85.Bhuyan, R. (2008). The Production of the “battered immigrant” in public policy and domestic violence advocacy. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. Vol. 23(2), pp. 153-170.
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http://www.socialwork.utoronto.ca/faculty/bios/bhuyan.htm
Name Irene Bloemraad
Institutional
Affiliation
University of California, Berkeley
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Associate Professor, Sociology
Teaching citizenship, multiculturalism; political sociology; social movements; research methods & research design
Research
Interests
immigration, citizenship, multiculturalism; immigrants’ political and civic incorporation; diversity and democracy; immigration and integration policies
Selected
Publications
·         Bloemraad, I., Wright, M. 2014. “Utter Failure” or Unity out of Diversity?  Debating and Evaluating Policies of MulticulturalismInternational Migration Review 48(S1): S292-S334.

·         De Graauw, E., Gleeson, S., Bloemraad, I.  2013.  Funding Immigrant Organizations: Suburban Free-riding and Local Civic PresenceAmerican Journal of Sociology119(1): 75-130.

·         Bloemraad, I., Provine, D.M. 2013. Immigrants and Civil Rights in Cross-National Perspective: Lessons from North America.  Journal of Comparative Migration Studies 1(1): 45-68.

·         Chung, A., Bloemraad, I., Tejada, K. 2013. Reinventing an Authentic “Ethnic” Politics: Ideology and Organizational Change in Koreatown and Field’s CornerEthnicities. 13(6): 838–862.

·         Accessing the Corridors of Power: Puzzles and Pathways to Understanding Minority RepresentationWest European Politics 36(3): 652-670.

·          Immigrant and Ethnic: Minority Representation in Europe: Conceptual Challenges and Theoretical Approaches.  West European Politics 36(3): 564-579.   [with Karen Schönwälder]

·          Being American / Becoming American: Birthright Citizenship and Immigrants’ Membership in the United States.  Studies in Law, Politics and Society 60: 55-84.

·         Assessing the Scope of Immigrant Organizations: Official Undercounts and Actual Underrepresentation.  Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly.  [with Shannon Gleeson]

·         “Is There a Trade-off  Between Multiculturalism and Socio-Political Integration? Policy Regimes and Immigrant Incorporation in Comparative Perspective.”  Perspectives on Politics 10(1): 77-95.  [with Matthew Wright]

·         (2011) Rallying for Immigrant Rights.  Berkeley: University of California Press.  [co-edited with Kim Voss]

·         (2010) “Our Gratitude to Our Soldiers”: Military Spouses, Family Re-unification, and Postwar Immigration Reform.  Journal of Interdisciplinary History 41(1): 27-60. [with Phil Wolgin]

·         (2010) Does Immigration Erode Social Capital?The Conditional Effects of Immigration-Generated Diversity on Trust, Membership, and Participation across 19 Countries, 1981-2000.  Canadian Journal of Political Science 43(2): 319-347  [with Christel Kesler]

·         (2008) It’s a Family Affair: Inter-generational Mobilization in the Spring 2006 Protests.  American Behavioral Scientist 52(4): 507-532. [with Christine Trost]

·         (2008) Citizenship and Immigration: Multiculturalism, Assimilation, and Challenges to the Nation-State.  Annual Review of Sociology 34: 8.1-8.27.  [with A. Korteweg and G. Yurdakul]

·         (2008) Civic Hopes and Political Realities: Immigrants, Community Organizations, and Political Engagement. New York: Russell Sage Foundation Press.  [co-edited with Karthick Ramakrishnan]

·         (2006) Becoming a Citizen: Incorporating Immigrants and Refugees in the United States and Canada. University of California Press.

·         (2006) Citizenship Lessons from the Past: The Contours of Immigrant Naturalization in the Early Twentieth Century. Social Science Quarterly 87(5): 927-953.

Other Affiliations Scholar with the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research
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Name Elizabeth Heger Boyle
Institutional
Affiliation
Sociology Department, University of Minnesota
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Professor of Sociology and Law
Teaching sociology of law, international law and culture, migration
Research
Interests
sociology of law, international and comparative law, human rights, migration, gender
Selected
Publications
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§  (2013) with Minzee Kim, Wesley Longhofer, and Hollie Nyseth. “When Do Laws Matter? National Minimum-Age-of-Marriage Laws, Child Rights, and Adolescent Fertility, 1989-2007.” Law & Society Review, forthcoming.

§  (2012) with Minzee Kim. “Neoliberalism, Transnational Education Norms, and Education Spending in the Developing World, 1983-2004.” Law & Social Inquiry37(2): 367-394.

§  (2011) with Hollie Nyseth “Analyzing the Power of Child Rights Discourse in the Global Community.” Human Rights: New Possibilities/New Problems, edited by Austin Sarat. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing.

§  (2010) with Shannon Golden and Yasin Jama “Experiences of Somali Entrepreneurs: New Evidence from the Twin Cities.” Bildhaan: An International Journal of Somali Studies 10: 89-102.

§  (2010) with Ameila Corl “Law and Culture in Global Context: The Practice of Female Genital Cutting.” Annual Review of Law & Social Science 6:195-215.

§  (2010) with Shannon Golden and Yasin Jama “Achieving Success in Business: A Comparison of Somali- and American-Born Entrepreneurs in Minneapolis.” The CURA Reporter 40(1-2):43-51.

§  (2010) with Amelia Corl. “Law and Culture in Global Context: The Practice of Female Genital Cutting.” Annual Review of Law & Social Science6:14.1-14.21.

§  (2009) with Ahmed Ali “Culture, Structure, and the Refugee Experience in Somali Immigrant Family Transformation.” International Migration 48(1):47-79.

§  (2009) “Young Refugees.” Pp. 89-94 in Youth and Young Adulthood: New Perspectives and Agendas, edited by Andy Furlong. New York: Routledge.

§  (2009) with Minzee Kim. “International Human Rights Law, Global Economic Reforms, and Child Survival and Development Rights.” Law & Society Review 43(3):455-490.

§  (2009) “Young Refugees.” Pp. 89-94 in Youth and Young Adulthood: New Perspectives and Agendas, edited by Andy Furlong. New York: Routledge.

§  (2002) Female Genital Cutting: Cultural Conflict in the Global Community. Johns Hopkins University Press.

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Name Jose Angel Brandariz Garcia
Institutional
Affiliation
University of A Coruña
Country
Base
Spain
Current Position Associate Professor
 Teaching Criminal Law
Research Interests Crimmigration policies, Penal policies, Governmentality
Selected Publications Brandariz García,J.A., Sistema penal y control de los migrantes. Gramática del migrante como infractor penal, Comares, Granada, 2011, 267 pages.Palidda,S./Brandariz García,J.A./Iglesias Skulj,A./Ramos Vázquez,J.A.(Eds.), Criminalización racista de los migrantes en Europa, Comares, Granada, 2010, 392 pages.Brandariz García,J.A.,/Fernández Bessa,C., L’immigré comme catégorie à risque dans le système pénal espagnol, in Palidda,S.(ed.), Migrations critiques, Karthala, Paris, 2011, pp. 289-302.Brandariz García,J.A.,/Fernández Bessa,C., “The Construction of Migrants as a Risk Category in the Spanish Penal System”, in Palidda,S.(ed.), Racial Criminalization of Migrants in the 21st Century, Ashgate, Farnham, 2011, pp. 197-212.
E-mail jabrandariz@yahoo.de
 
Name Jelmer Brouwer
Institutional
Affiliation
Leiden University
Country
Base
The Netherlands
Current Position PhD-Candidate
 Teaching Policing and law enforcement
Research Interests Crimmigration, Migration control, Criminal Justice, Human Rights, Policing
Selected Publications
E-mail and weblink j.brouwer@law.leidenuniv.nl
http://law.leiden.edu/organisation/criminology/staff/brouwerj7.html
 
Name Michelle Brown
Institutional
Affiliation
University of Tennessee
Country
Base
USA
Current Position Professor
 Teaching Law and Society; Carceral Studies; Media and Culture
Research Interests Law and Society; Carceral Studies; Media and Culture
Selected Publications Brown, Michelle. “‘Which Question? Which Lie?’: Reflections on Payne v. Tennessee and the ‘Quick Glimpse’ of Life.” Solicited for Ed. Austin Sarat, The Punitive Imagination, University of Alabama Press, forthcoming 2013.Brown, Michelle. “Penal Spectatorship and the Culture of Punishment.” Solicited for Ed. David Scott, Why Prison, Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2013.Brown, Michelle. “Of Prisons, Gardens, and the Way Out.” Studies in Law, Politics, and Society (Special issue: The Beautiful Prison), forthcoming 2013.Brown, Michelle. 2012. “Empathy and Punishment.” Punishment & Society, 14, 4: 383-401.Brown, Michelle. 2009. The Culture of Punishment: Prison, Society, and Spectacle. New York: New York University Press.Brown, Michelle. 2005. “‘Setting the Conditions’ for Abu Ghraib: The Prison Nation Abroad,” American Quarterly, 57, 3 (Special Issue: Legal Borderlands: Law and the Construction of American Borders), 973-997.
E-mail and weblink Mbrow121@utk.edu
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Name Kitty Calavita
Institutional
Affiliation
Dept. of Criminology, Law and Society, UC Irvine
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Professor
Teaching law and inequality, sociology of law
Research
Interests
immigration policymaking, citizenship, socialexclusion, sociology of punishment / prisons
Selected
Publications
§  (2010) Invitation to Law & Society: An Introduction to the Study of Real Law, University of Chicago Press.

§  (2010) (republished) Inside the State: The Bracero Program, Immigration and the INS, originally published in 1992 by Routledge – now available for downloading as an e-book.

§  (2007) ‘Immigration Law, Race, and Identity’, Annual Review of Law and Social Science, Vol. 3: 1-20.

§  (2006) ‘Collisions at the Intersection of Gender, Race, and Class: Enforcing the Chinese Exclusion Laws’, Law and Society Review, Vol. 40: 249-281

§  (2005) Immigrants at the Margins: Law, Race, and Social Exclusion in Southern Europe, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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Name Janet M. Calvo
Institutional Affiliation CUNY School of Law
Country Base U.S.A.
Current Position Professor of Law
Teaching Immigration Law, Citizenship Law, The Rights of Non citizens, Health Law, Public Health Law, Lawyering, Civil Procedure
Research Interests Immigration Law, Citizenship Law, Health Care Access for Non Citizens
Selected Publications    The Consequences of Restricted Health Care Access for Immigrants: Lessons From Medicaid and SCHIP, 17 Annals of Health Law 175. A Conversation on Health and Law, With Nicholas Freudenberg, City University of New York Distinguished Professor of Urban Public Health, New York City Law Review.Health Care Access for Immigrant Women, in Man-Made Medicine, Kary Moss, ed., Duke University Press.Alien Status Restrictions on Eligibility for Federally Funded Assistance Programs, 16 New York University Review of Law and Social Change 395.Gender, Wives, and U.S. Citizenship Status:  The Failure of Constitutional and Legislative Protection, The International Review of Constitutionalism, Volume 9, 2010, Number 2The Constitutional Right to Acquire Citizenship: Comparative Provision and Issues, LAW and Rights: Global Perspectives on Constitutionalism and Governance 165 

A Decade of Spouse–Based Immigration Law’s: Coverture’s Diminishment, But Not Its Demise, 24 Northern Illinois U.L.R. 153.

Immigrant Women, in Critical Race Feminism, Adrien Katherine Wing, Ed, New York University Press.

Spouse Based Immigration Laws: The Legacies of Coverture, 28 San

Diego Law Review. 593.

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Name Jennifer M. Chacon
Institutional
Affiliation
University of California, Irvine, School of Law
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
 Professor of Law
Teaching immigration, criminal law, criminal procedure, constitutional law, critical race theory
Research
Interests
immigration, immigration enforcement, constitutional law, criminalization of migration
Selected
Publications
§  Overcriminalizing Migration, J. Crim. L. & Criminology (forthcoming 2012);

§  The Expansion of Border Exceptionalism, 38 Fordham Urb. L.J. 129 (2010);

§  Tensions and Tradeoffs: Protecting Trafficking Victims in the Era of Immigration Enforcement, 158 U. Penn. L. Rev. 1609 (2010);

§  A Diversion of Attention: Immigration Courts and the Adjudication of Fourth and Fifth Amendment Rights, 59 Duke L. Rev. 1563 (2010);

§  Managing Migration Through Crime, 109 Col. L. Rev. Sidebar 135 (2009);

§  Unsecured Borders: Immigration Restrictions, Crime Control and National Security, 39 Conn. L. Rev. 1827 (2007);

§  Whose Community Shield?: Examining the Removal of the “Criminal Street Gang Member,” U. Chicago L. Forum (2007);

§  Misery and Myopia: Understanding the Failures of U.S. Efforts to Stop Human Trafficking, 74 Fordham L. Rev. 2977 (2005);

§  The Security Myth: Punishing Immigrants in the Name of National Security, in Immigration, Integration and Security: Europe and America in Comparative Perspective (Pittsburgh Press: 2008)

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Name Sébastien Chauvin
Institutional
Affiliation
University of Amsterdam
Country
Base
The Netherlands
Current
Position
Assistant Professor of Sociology
Selected
Publications
·         (with B. Cousin) “Globalizing forms of elite sociability: varieties of cosmopolitanism in Paris social clubs.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 37(12), 2014: 2209-2225

·         (with P. Barron, A. Bory, N. Jounin and L. Tourette) “Derrière le sans-papier, le travailleurs ? Genèse et usages de la catégorie de ‘travailleurs sans papiers’ en France”, Genèses, 94, 2014, 114-139.

·         (with B. Garcés-Mascareñas) “Becoming Less Illegal: Deservingness Frames and Undocumented Migrant Incorporation.” Sociology Compass, 8(1): 2014, 422–432

·         “Waiting for Papers: The Bridled Incorporation of Undocumented Migrants in the United States,” Politix English Edition 87(2), 2009/2014, 47-69.

·         (with  B. Garcés-Mascareñas and A. Kraler) “Employment and Migrant Deservingness”, International Migration, 51(6), 2013, 80-85.

·         (with Blanca Garces-Mascareñas and Albert Kraler) “Working for Legality: Employment and Migrant Regularisation in Europe”, International Migration, 51(6), 2013, 118-131.

·         (with Bruno Cousin) “Islanders, Immigrants, and Millionaires: the Dynamics of Upper-Class Segregation in St. Barts, French West Indies.” In Iain Hay (ed.), Geographies of the Super-Rich, Edward Elgar, 2013.

·         (with Laure Bereni, Alexandre Jaunait & Anne Revillard), Introduction aux études sur le genre. (2nd edition). Brussels: De Boeck, 2012.

·         (with B. Garcés-Mascareñas), “Beyond informal citizenship: the new moral economy of migrant illegality.” International Political Sociology, 6(3), 2012, 241-259

·         Pierre Barron, Anne Bory, Sébastien Chauvin, Nicolas Jounin, Lucie Tourette, On bosse ici, on reste ici ! La grève des sans-papiers : une aventure inédite. Paris: La Découverte, 2011.

·         Sébastien Chauvin (2010). Les agences de la précarité: journaliers à Chicago(Collection Liber). Paris: Le Seuil.

Name Ming Hsu Chen
Institutional
Affiliation
University of Colorado Law School
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Associate Professor
Teaching Immigration law and immigrants’ rights, citizenship and multicultural theory, legislation and regulation, administrative law
Research
Interests
immigration, citizenship and multicultural theory, race and antidiscrimination, political incorporation of immigrants, language rights
Selected
Publications
See website
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Name Sarai Eunice Chisala
Institutional
Affiliation
University of Coimbra
Country
Base
Portugal
Current
Position
PhD Candidate
Teaching
Research
Interests
HIV/AIDS and the law; Crime; Immigration; Race; Gender Justice; Women’s Studies and Human Rights
Selected
Publications
§  Chisala Tempelhoff, S (2012) Protecting Traditional Healing Practices in Malawi: Are there lessons to be learned from South Africa?LAMBERT Academic Publishing

§  Terrell R, Chisala S and Sagrestano L (2009) ‘How Can the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Program Better Serve Tennessee’s Single Mothers? Recommendations for Policy Revisions and Additional Research’

§  Smythe D, Jefthas D, Hoffman-Wanderer Y, Artz L and Chisala S (2007) Sexual Offences and HIV: Challenges for Magistrates University of Cape Town, South Africa

§  Chisala S ‘Rape and HIV/AIDS: Who’s protecting whom?’ in L Artz and D Smythe (Eds) (2007) Should we consent? Rape law reform in South Africa Juta

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Name Avinoam Cohen
Institutional
Affiliation
Tel Aviv University
Country
Base
Israel
Current
Position
PhD Candidate and Meitar Research Fellow
Teaching Immigration law, immigrants in international law and international human rights law
Research
Interests
Migrant participation in migration regulation, drawing on the fields of immigration and membership, political theory, radical and deliberative democratic theory, civil society and transformative political activism.
Selected
Publications
§  Forthcoming (2010), ‘From Status to Agency: Defining Migrants’, 24(4) Georgetown Immigration Law Journal.

§  (2010) ‘Lone Children in the Shadow of Immigration Law: Considering Domestic Law in Light of International Human Rights Law’ in Children Rights and Israeli Law,Tamar Morag ed. (Hebrew).

Other
Affiliation
Meitar Center for Advanced Legal Studies
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Name Allan Colbern
Institutional
Affiliation
University of California, Riverside
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
PhD-Candidate
Teaching American Politics; American Political Development; Race, Ethnicity and Immigration in the US; American Federalism; Citizenship; Qualitative Methods
Research
Interests
Federalism; Undocumented Immigrants; Runaway Slaves; Early American Immigration Law; Slavery Law
Selected
Publications
See Website
Other
Affiliation
Visiting scholar, Center for Comparative Immigration Studies at the University of California, San Diego
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Name Susan C. Bibler Coutin
Institutional
Affiliation
University of California at Irvine
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Professor
Teaching American sociolegal theory, comparative study of legal cultures, law, violence, and human rights, and naturalistic field research
Research
Interests
social, political, and legal activism surrounding immigration issues, particularly immigration from El Salvador to the United States
Selected
Publications
§  (2007) Nations of Emigrants: Shifting Boundaries of Citizenship in El Salvador and theUnited States.Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

§  (2006) with Hernandez, Ester, “Remitting Subjects: Migrants, Money, and States”, Economy and Society35(2):185-208.

§  (2006) with Yngvesson, Barbara “Backed by Papers: Undoing Persons, Histories, and Return”, American Ethnologist33(2):177-190

§  (2005) “Being en Route.” American Anthropologist107(2): 195-206.

§  (2005) “Contesting Criminality: IllegalImmigration and the Spatialization of Legality.” Theoretical  Criminology 9(1): 5-33.

§  (2003) “Cultural Logics of Belonging and Movement: Transnationalism, Naturalization, and U.S. Immigration Politics.”American Ethnologist30(4):508-526.

§  (2002) with Bill Maurer and Barbara Yngvesson. “In theMirror: The Legitimation Work of Globalization.” Law and Social Inquiry27(4):801-843. (Awarded the 2002 Law and Society Association best article prize.)

§  (2001) “The Oppressed, the Suspect, and theCitizen: Subjectivity in Competing Accounts of Political Violence.” Lawand Social Inquiry26(1):63-94.

§  (2000) Legalizing Moves: Salvadoran Immigrants’ Struggle for U.S. Residency. University of Michigan Press.

§  (1993) The Culture of Protest: Religious Activismand the U.S. Sanctuary Movement. Boulder: Westview Press.

Other
Affiliation
Centre in Law, Society and Culture
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Name Caroline Danielson
Institutional
Affiliation
Welfare Policy Research Project, University of California Office of the President
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Research Analyst
Research
Interests
welfare policy, citizenship
Selected
Publications
§  (2004) with Steven Haider, Robert Schoeni, and Yuhua Bao, ‘Immigrants, welfare reform, and the economy’, Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 23(4): 745-764.
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Name Marie-Benedicte Dembour
Institutional
Affiliation
University of Sussex
Country
Base
United Kingdom
Current
Position
Professor of Law and Anthropology
Teaching Human Rights; Managing Migration; Human Rights and Migration
Research
Interests
Migrant cases by the European and Inter-American Courts of Human; critical approaches to human rights; culture and rights
Selected
Publications
§  (Forthc. 2012). ‘Gaygusuz Revisited: The Limits of the European Court of Human Rights’ Equality Agenda’, Human Rights Law Review, Vol. 12 (4).

§  (2011). Are Human Rights for Migrants? Critical Perspectives on the Status of Illegal Migrants in Europe and the United States, co-edited with Tobias Kelly, London:Routledge.

§  (2011).‘What it takes to make a case: the backstage story of Muskhadzhiyeva v. Belgium (illegality of children’s immigration detention)’, in Elisabeth Lambert-Abdelgawad, Preventing and Sanctioning Hindrances to the Right of Individual Petition to the European Court of Human Rights, Brussels: Intersentia, pp. 75-104.

§  (2010). ‘What are human rights? Four schools of thought’ Human Rights Quarterly, pp. 1-20.

§  (2010) ‘Critiques’, in Daniel Moeckli, Sangeeta Shah and SandeshSivakumaran (eds), International Human Rights Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 64-86.

§  (2009) ‘Postcolonial Denial: Why the European Court of Human Rights Finds it so Difficult to Acknowledge Racism’, in Kamari Clarke and Mark Goodale (eds) Mirrors of Justice: Law and Power in the Post-Cold War Era. New York: Cambridge University Press.

§  (2009) ‘In the Name of the Rule of Law: The European Court of Human Rights’ Silencing of Racism’, in Gurminder K. Bhambra and Robbie Shilliams (eds) Silencing Human Rights: Critical Engagements with a Contested Project. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 184-202.

§  (2007) Paths to International Justice: Social and Legal Perspectives, coedited with Tobias Kelly, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (Studies in Law and Society Series).

§  (2007) ‘Plaidoyer pour des droits humains universalistes mais non universels – Séance 1: Droit et altérité’, in Etudier et enseigner le droit :hier, aujourd’hui et demain. Mélanges Jacques Vanderlinden (Université de Moncton), pp. 15-38.

§  (2006) Who Believes in Human Rights? Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

§  (2003) ‘Human Rights Law and National Sovereignty in Collusion: The Plight of Quasi-Nationals at Strasbourg’, Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights, 21 (1), pp. 63-98.

§  (2002) ‘Etrangersou quasi-nationaux? Le choix des droits de l’homme [Observations sous l’arrêtEzzouhdi]‘, Revue trimestrielle des droits de l’homme, 52, pp. 963-982.

§  (2001) Culture and Rights: Anthropological Perspectives, coedited with Jane Cowan and Richard Wilson, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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Name Ingrid Eagly
Institutional
Affiliation
UCLA School of Law
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Acting Professor of Law
Teaching Evidence, Criminal Defense
Research
Interests
Undocumented migration, criminal prosecution of immigration, the intersection of the criminal and immigration systems
Selected
Publications
§  (2011) Local Immigration Prosecution: A Study of Arizona Before SB 1070, 58 UCLA L. Rev. 1749.

§  (2010) Prosecuting Immigration, Northwestern University Law Review, Vol. 104, Issue 4.

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Name Cynthia W. Esqueda
Institutional
Affiliation
Department of Psychology, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Associate Professor
Teaching Psychology of Immigration, Psychology of Race and Ethnicity
Research
Interests
Perceptions of Immigrants and Immigration, Psychological Ramifications of marginalized status for Latinos, particularly Mexican Nationals and Mexican Americans
Selected
Publications
§  (2010). Cross-cultural perspectives on stigma. In R.L. Wiener, R. Schopp, & S. Wilborn (Eds.), Stigma and Discrimination Law. New York: Springer.

§  (2008) with Espinoza, R. K. E, Defendant and defense attorney characteristics and their effects on juror decision making and prejudice against Mexican Americans. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 14, 364-371.

§  (2008) with Espinoza, R. K. E., & Culhane, S., Effects of race, ses of defendant, and ses of crime on culpability decision making: A cross-cultural examination of European American and Mexican American mock jurors. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 30, 181-199.

§  (2007). Racial profiling as a minority issue. In R.L. Wiener, B.H. Bornstein, R. Schopp, & S. Wilborn (Eds.), Legal Decision Making in Everyday Life: Controversies in Social Consciousness(pp. 75-87). New York: Springer.

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Name Giulia Fabini
Institutional
Affiliation
University of Milan
Country
Base
Italy
Current
Position
PhD student, “Renato Treves” International PhD programme in law and society
Teaching Seminar lectures on police, immigration control, and qualitative methods
Research
Interests
Immigration control, policing, borders, discretion, immigration law, Foucault, enemy penology, qualitative research methods
Selected
Publications
Giulia Fabini, “The illegal immigration law.

A regime of law, discourses, and police practices”, in online journal AmeriQuest (forthcoming)

Giulia Fabini (2012), “Buongiorno, documenti”. Police identity checks in Italy: stories from migrants and local Police officers, in Emma Bell (ed.), No Borders. Immigration and the politics of fear, Chambery University Press

Giulia Fabini (2011), Migranti e polizia: tra diritto penale del nemico e regole del disordine, Graduation thesis in Criminology, University of Bologna, A.A. 2009/2010, published in on-line journal “L’altro Diritto”, http://www.altrodiritto.unifi.it/ricerche/migranti/fabini/, ISSN 1827-0565

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Name Jill E. Family
Institutional
Affiliation
Widener University School of Law
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Associate Professor of Law
Research
Interests
adjudication of immigration cases, judicial review, immigration politics and policy
Selected
Publications
(2008) Threats to the Future of the Immigration Class Action, 27 WASH. U. J.L. & POL’Y71.(2008) ‘Stripping Judicial Review during Immigration Reform: The Certificate of Reviewability, 8 NEV. L.J.499.(2005) Another Limit on Federal Court Jurisdiction? Immigrant Access to Class-Wide Injunctive Relief, 53 CLEV. ST. L. REV. 11.
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Name Ruben J. Garcia
Institutional
Affiliation
California Western School of Law, San Diego
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Assistant Professor
Teaching labor law, employment law, international labor and employment law, legal ethics
Research
Interests
workers(immigrants, women, guestworkers, global workers, people of color,union members) at the intersections of domestic and internationallabor, employment and immigration laws
Selected
Publications
(2003) “Transnationalism as a Social Movement Strategy: Actors, Institutions and International Labor Standards”, 10 U.C. Davis Journal of International Law and Policy1.(2003) “Ghost Workers in an Interconnected World: Going Beyond the Dichotomies of Domestic Immigration and Labor Laws,” 36 Michigan Journal of Law Reform737.(2002) “New Voices at Work: Race and Gender Identity Caucuses in the U.S. Labor Movement”, 54 Hastings Law Journal79.(2003) “Across the Borders: Immigrant Status and Identity in Law and LatCrit Theory”, 55 Florida Law Review511.(1995) “Critical Race Theory and Proposition 187: The Racial Politics of Immigration Law”, 17 Chicano-Latino Law Review 118, reprinted in The Latino/A Condition: A Critical Reader 118 (Richard Delgado & Jean Stefancic eds., NYU Press, 1998).
Other
Affiliation
Labor and Employment Relations Association
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Name Tina Gehrig
Institutional
Affiliation
University of California, Irvine
Country
Base
USA and Switzerland
Current
Position
Ph.D. Candidate
Teaching N/A
Research
Interests
Refugees, asylum policies in Germany and Europe, Afghanistan
Selected
Publications
(2004) “The Afghan Experience of Asylum in Germany. Towards an Anthropology of Legal Categories” in: Tsantsa, [Journal of the Swiss Ethnological Society], 9: 72-80.(2003) with Alessandro Monsutti, “Territoires, flux et représentations de l’exil afghan: le cas des Hazaras et des Kaboulis” in: A Contrario1(1): 61-78.(2003) “At the Threshold of the Nation-State: German Asylum Policies and Legal Processes of Exclusion” in: MESS, [Mediterranean Ethnological Summer School] 5:195-209.
Other
Affiliation
Institut d’Ethnologie, Universite de Neuchatel, Switzerland (MA degree); 2005-2006 CASS-postdoctoral fellow at the Swiss Parliament.
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Name Alessandro De Giorgi
Institutional
Affiliation
Department of Justice Studies, San José State University
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Assistant Professor
Teaching Punishment, Deviance, Immigration, Marxist Theory
Research
Interests
Same as above
Selected
Publications
(2009) “The U.S. Penal Experiment”, in S. Palidda (ed), Criminalization and Victimization of Migrants in Europe. Bruxelles: CRIMPREV Workpackage 3, (pp. 57-66).(2007) “Toward a Political Economy of Post-Fordist Punishment”, Critical Criminology, 15, 243-265.(2006) Rethinking the Political Economy of Punishment. Perspectives on Post-Fordism and Penal Politics. Aldershot: Ashgate.(2006) El gobierno de la excedencia. Postfordismo y control de la multitud. Madrid: Traficantes de Suenos.(2005) Tolerancia cero. Estrategias y pràcticas the la sociedad de control. Barcelona: Virus Editorial.Reviews:(2008) Golden Gulag. by Christian Joppke. 79 Critical Criminology16.(2009) Big Prisons Big Dreams. by Michael J. Lynch, Punishment & Society, 11.
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Name Shannon Gleeson
Institutional
Affiliation
University of California – Santa Cruz, Latin American and Latino Studies Department
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Associate Professor
Teaching Latino Civic Engagement, Population Dynamics, Race, Class, and Gender, Latinos & Organized Labor in the U.S.
Research
Interests
social stratification, labor and social policy, immigrant incorporation, mixed-methods research
Selected
Publications
(2013). “Funding Immigrant Organizations: Suburban Free-riding and Local Civic Presence” American Journal of Sociology. Vol. 119:1. (with Els de Graauw and Irene Bloemraad)(2012) Conflicting Commitments: The Politics of Enforcing Immigrant Worker Rights in San Jose and Houston.  Ithaca:  Cornell University Press.(2010) “Labor Rights for All? The Role of Undocumented Immigrant Status for Worker Claims-Making” Law & Social Inquiry, Vol. 35:3, 561-602.(2009) “From Rights to Claims: The Role of Civil Society in Making Rights Real for Vulnerable Workers.” Law and Society Review. Vol. 43:3, 669-700.
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Name Ilse Griek
Institutional
Affiliation
Faculty of Law, Tilburg University
Country
Base
The Netherlands
Current
Position
Ph.D. Candidate
Research
Interests
Rule of law and legal pluralism in refugee camps, alternative dispute resolution, human rights, international refugee policy
Selected
Publications
(2009) Reprint of “Traditional Systems of Justice in Refugee Camps: Cause for Concern?” in Pattanaik, Manoj Kumar (editor), Human Rights of Migrants: Issues and Perspectives. Hyderabad, India: ICFAI Books, ICFAI University Press.(2007) “Traditional Systems of Justice in Refugee Camps: Cause for Concern?” in Mukherjee, Debashree (editor) Refugee Rights and Issues: Concepts and Country Experiences. Hyderabad, India: ICFAIBooks, ICFAI University Press.
Other
Affiliations
Visiting scholar at the Pedro Arrupe Institute of Human Rights, University of Deusto, Spain (2008-2009)
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Name Maria João Guia
Institutional
Affiliation
Centre for Social Studies, University of Coimbra
Country
Base
Portugal
Current
Position
PhD Candidate
Teaching Human Trafficking, Immigration and Crime
Research
Interests
Immigration and Crime; Immigration and violent crime; Crimmigration; Human Trafficking; Terrorism; Securitization; Citizenship; Shaw Marriages; Prison and inmates; Acces to Law and Justice; Irregular immigration
Selected
Publications
Other affiliation CINETS – Crimmigration Control International Net of Studies
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Name Rebecca Hamlin
Institutional
Affiliation
Grinnell College
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Assistant Professor of Political Science
Teaching Political science, constitutional law, politics of immigration
Research
Interests
constitutional law (American and Comparative), comparative migration policy (in particular US, Canada, Australia), international law and its implementation in domestic courts, refugee policy and asylum law
Selected
Publications
Forthcoming
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Name Jeff Handmaker
Institutional
Affiliation
International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) of Erasmus University
Country
Base
The Netherlands
Current
Position
Senior Lecturer in Law, Human Rights and Development
Teaching international law, state and non-state relations, international law, social justice, realising human rights, refugee law and policy
Research
Interests
civil society advocacy and policy development, the position of Palestinian refugees in international law, xeno-racism, access to justice
Selected
Publications
(2011) with Klaaren, J.  and Dugard, J. (eds.) Public Interest Litigation in South Africa: Special Issue of the South African Journal on Human Rights, Johannesburg: Juta. Open Access.(2010) with Berkhout, R. (eds) Mobilising Social Justice in South Africa: Perspectives from Researchers and Practitioners, Pretoria: Pretoria University Law Press.(2009) Advocating for Accountability: Civic-State Interactions to Protect Refugees in South Africa, Vol. 33 School of Human Rights Research Series, Antwerp: Intersentia. Open Access.(2008) with De la Hunt, L. and Klaaren, J. (eds) Advancing Refugee Protection in South Africa, Volume 2, Human Rights in Context Series, Berghahn: Oxford, 2008.(2007) ‘Advocating accountability: the forming of a refugee rights discourse in South Africa’, Netherlands Quarterly of Human RightsVolume 25, No. 1, March 2007, pp. 53-71.(2005) with DeGabriele, J., ‘Justice for the people: Strengthening primary justice in Malawi’, African Human Rights Law Journal, vol. 5(1), 148-170. Open Access.(2003) ‘Seeking justice, guaranteeing protection and ensuring due process: addressing the tensions between exclusion from refugee protection and the principle of universal jurisdiction’, Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights, Vol. 21(4), 677-695.(2001) ‘No Easy Walk: Advancing Refugee Protection in South Africa’, Africa Today, Vol. 48(3), 91-113.(2001) with J Parsley, ‘Migration, Refugees and Racism in South Africa‘, Refuge, Vol. 20(1), 40-51. Open Access.(1999) ‘Who Determines Policy? Promoting the Right of Asylum in South Africa’, International Journal of Refugee Law, Vol. 11(2), 290-209.
Other
Affiliations
Honorary Research Fellow in the School of Law, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg
Chair, 3R Foundation
Member of the Legal Support Network, Badil Resource Center on Palestinian Residency and Refugee Rights
Member, Migration and Human Security Research Cluster, ISS
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Name Lauren Heidbrink
Institutional
Affiliation
National Louis University
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Assistant Professor
Teaching Anthropology, Public Policy
Research
Interests
(Im)migration
Childhood and youth
Human Rights
Law at the margins of the state
Latin America and lusophone Africa
Nonpofit administration
Torture and trauma
Transnational social movements
Juvenile justice
Qualitative Research Methods
Selected
Publications
Heidbrink, L. In Press. Migrant Youth, Transnational Families, and the StateCare and Contested Interests. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, Human Rights Series.Heidbrink, L. Spring 2013. Humanitarian Refugee or Criminal Alien?: The Social Agency of Migrant Youth. American Bar Association Children’s Legal Rights Journal.Heidbrink, L. 2012. At a Crossroads: Youth at the Intersection of the Family and the State. In Transnational Migration, Gender and Rights. Ragnhild Sollund, editor. Great Britain: Emerald Press.Heidbrink, L. 2010. Recasting the Agency of Unaccompanied Youth. In Emerging Perspectives on Children in Migratory Circumstances:  Selected Proceedings of the Working Group on Childhood and Migration June 2008 Conference. R. Reynolds, et al., editors. Philadelphia:  Drexel University College of Arts and Sciences and the Drexel iDea Repository. 2010.
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Name Valerie F. Hunt
Institutional
Affiliation
Department of Political Science, Southern Methodist University
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Assistant Professor
Teaching introduction to american government and politics, media and politics, women and politics
Research
Interests
publicattitudes, public opinion and policy process ethics, human rights, andU.S. immigration policy ethics, public attitudes and biomedicalresearch policy
Selected
Publications
(2004) “TheQuestionable Place of Human Rights in U.S. Immigration Policy After 9/11: Previous Policy and Present Public Attitudes.” Anguiano, MariaEugenia y Rafael Alarcon (eds). Migracion Internacional y Derechos Humanos: Los Retos del Nuevo Siglo. El Colegio de la Frontera Norte.(2003) “Is there a Place for Human Rights in U.S. Immigration Policy in the Wake of 9/11?” Princeton Political Quarterly; Issue in Equality, Morality and Justice; Spring 2003; pp.11-15.(2002) “The Multiple and Changing Goals of U.S. Immigration Reform: A Comparison of House and Senate Activity, 1947-1993.” In Policy Dynamics, ed. Frank Baumgartner and Bryan D. Jones. University of Chicago Press.Work in progress, Courts, Congress and the Politics of U.S. Immigration Policy ReformWork in progress, Who Influences Whom in U.S. Genetics Research PolicyWork in progress, Elite and Mass Attitudes on Discourse of Genetics ResearchWork in progress, U.S. Public Attitudes about Civil Rights and Immigrant Rights in the Wake of 9/11
Other
Affiliation
American Political Science Association, Midwest Political Science Association
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Name Jeffrey Kahn
Institutional
Affiliation
Department of Anthropology, The University of Chicago
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
PhD candidate
Teaching
Research
Interests
Administrative Law, Immigration Law, Foreign Affairs Law, Constitutional Law, Anthropology of the State, Law and Culture, Legal Construction of Border Spaces, Law and Social Movements (specifically legal campaigns involving Haitian asylum seekers in the United States)
Selected
Publications
1.       “Policing ‘Evil’: State-sponsored Witch-hunting in the People’s Republic of Bénin,” Journal of Religion in Africa 41: 4-34.
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Name Leila Kawar
Institutional
Affiliation
Bowling Green State University
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Assistant Professor of Political Science
Teaching constitutional law, the politics of administrative law, law and society
Research
Interests
immigrant rights legal activism, migrant domestic workers, immigration and indigeneity
Selected
Publications
§  (2012) “Juridical Framings of Immigrants in the United States and France: Courts, Social Movements, and Symbolic Politics.” International Migration Review. Vol. 46, No. 2.

§  (2011)“Legal Mobilization on the Terrain of the State: Immigrant Rights Practice in Two National Legal Fields”, Law & Social Inquiry,Vol. 36(2).

§  (2010)“Legality and [Dis]membership: Removal of Citizenship and the Creation of ‘Virtual Immigrants’” Citizenship Studies, Vol.14(5).

Other
Affiliation
American Political Science Association
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Name Jonathan Klaaren
Institutional
Affiliation
School of Law, University of the Witwatersrand
Country
Base
South Africa
Current
Position
Professor of Law
Teaching immigration, refugees, citizenship, regulatory studies, sociolegal, legal history, human rights
Research
Interests
historyof regulation of movement, 1897-1937; current institutions of refugeeprotection, immigration and citizenship in South Africa
Selected
Publications
(2001) with J Ramji, ‘Inside Illegality: Migration Policing in South Africa after Apartheid’, 48 Africa Today 35-47.(1998) ‘Non-Citizens and Equality: Larbi-Odam v MEC for Education (North-West Province), 14 South African Journal on Human Rights284-95.(1996) ‘So Far Not So Good: An Analysis of Immigration Decisions Under the Interim Constitution’, 12 South African Journal on Human Rights605-16.(2001) ‘Contested Citizenship in South Africa’, in P Andrews and S Ellmann (eds), The Post-Apartheid Constitutions: Perspectives on South Africa’s Basic Law, Wits University Press and Ohio University Press, 304-325.(2001) ‘Can Lessons Learned Migrate From Kosovo to Africa? Comparing the Evaluations of Two Refugee Crises’, in E Sidiropoulos (ed), A Continent Apart: Kosovo, Africa, and Humanitarian Intervention, South African Institute of International Affairs, 231-242.(2000) ‘Post-Apartheid Citizenship in South Africa’ in A Aleinikoff (ed), From Migrants to Citizens: Membership in a Changing World, Brookings Institution Press, 221-252.(1998) ‘Immigration Law and the South African Constitution’ in J Crush (ed) Beyond Control: Immigration and Human Rights in a Democratic South AfricaIDASA, 55-78.(2004) with B Rutinwa, ‘Towards the Harmonization of Immigration andRefugee Law in SADC’, IDASA, 1-151, edited by Jonathan Crush, Southern African Migration Project.(2004) with E Algotsson ‘Policing Migration: Immigration Enforcement andHuman Rights in South Africa’, Southern African Migration Project, Migration Policy Brief No. 14June 2004, 1-12.(2002) with T Roux, ‘Regulation Review: Notes Towards an Appropriate South African Model’, GTZ Working Paper.(2000) editor, ‘South African Human Rights Commission Lindela: At the Crossroads for Detention and Repatriation’, December 2000, 1-83.(1999) ‘South African Human Rights Commission Illegal? Report on the Arrestand Detention of Persons in terms of the Aliens Control Act’, March 1999, 1-56.
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Name Dominik Kohlhagen
Institutional
Affiliation
Laboratoire d’Anthropologie Juridique de Paris (LAJP), Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
Country
Base
France and United Kingdom
Current
Position
Ph.D. Candidate
Teaching anthropology of law
Research
Interests
legal and anthropological issues related to migration from sub-Saharan Africa; local Law an civil society in sub-Saharan Africa
Selected
Publications
(2005) “Les Africains et l’Institution de la Justice”, Politique Africaine, 98, p.203-205.Forthcoming: “La mondialisation par le bas. Les nouveaux nomades de l’économie souterraine”, to be published in Cahiers d’Anthropologie du droit, 2005.(2005) “The Legal World of ‘Economic Migrants’: Experiences of Cameroonians in Berlin”, contribution to the Birkbeck Anthropology of Law Workshop, 25-27 April 2005, London.(2005) “State Law and Local Law in Sub-Saharan Africa”, Centre Francais d’Etudes Ethiopiennes (CFEE), Addis Ababa, 19 p. (14 p. complementary bibliography).
Other
Affiliation
AERRIM (Francophone research network on migration studies) and TERRA (French research program on asylum and forced migration)
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Name Robert Koulish
Institutional
Affiliation
University of Maryland
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Associate Professor of Government and Politics
Teaching Law and Society; Immigration Politics, Media and Technology and Society
Research
Interests
Immigration criminalization,  alternatives to immigrant detention, privatization of immigration control
Selected
Publications
§  (2012) “Entering the Risk Society: A Contested Terrain for Immigration Enforcement,” to appear in edited volume to be published by Lemma/Eleven Publishing

§  “Spiderman’s Web and the Governmentality of Electronic Immigrant Detention”

§  (2012)  Journal of Law, Culture and the Humanities 1743872111433376, first published on February 13, 2012 as doi:10.1177/1743872111433376

§  (2010) “The Privatization of Immigration Control,” in The Latino/a Condition: A Critical Reader, (second edition) edited by Richard Delgado & Jean Stefancic, (NYU Press, 2010)

§  (2010) Immigration and American Democracy: Subverting the Rule of Law (Routledge Press)

§  (2008) “Blackwater and the Privatization of Immigration Control” Saint Thomas Law Review, symposium for LatCritXII).

§  (2007) “Profit, Plenary Powers and Militarization: A ‘Perfect Storm’ Scenario for Immigration Control,” 3 Journal Migration and Refugee Issues(No.4).

§  (2007) “Privatizing the Leviathan Immigration State” MR-zine(Monthly Review online), (July 20, 2007).

§  (1998) “Citizenship Service Learning: Becoming Citizens by Assisting Immigrants,” PS: Political Science and Politics.

§  (1995) “Civil Rights Violations in a South Texas Border Community,” 4 Rio Bravo: A Bilingual Journal of International Studies.

§  (1995) “U.S. Immigration Authorities and Border Communities,” Migration World Magazine. (Sept-Oct. 1995).

§  (1994) “Human and Civil Rights Abuses at the U.S.-Mexico-Border,” 3 Poverty and Race.

§  (1994) “U.S. Immigration Authorities and Victims of Human and Civil Rights Abuses: The Border Interaction Project Study of South Tucson, Arizona, and South Texas,” University of Arizona Mexican American Studies and Research Center Working Paper Series No. 20. (June 1994).

§  (1992) “Systemic Deterrence Against Prospective Asylum Seekers: A Study of a South Texas Immigration District,” 19 New York University Journal of Law and Social Change

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Name Pieter Krop
Institutional
Affiliation
University of Amsterdam, Faculty of Law
Country
Base
The Netherlands
Current
Position
Ph.D. Candidate
Teaching
Research
Interests
Labor migration, EU criminal law, Crimmigration, administrative fines
Selected
Publications
Klap & P. Krop (2010). ‘Say yes!’ Commentaar bij de Evaluatie Invoering bestuurlijke boete Wet arbeid vreemdelingen. Nederlands Juristenblad, 85(23), 1470-1474.P. Krop, T. de Lange & M. Tjebbes (2009). Richtchtlijn 2009/52: Sancties tegen werkgevers van illegaal verblijvende derdelanders. Migrantenrecht, 09(8), 336-346.
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Name Sarah Morando Lakhani
Institutional
Affiliation
Center for the Study of Law and Society; American Bar Foundation
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Visiting Scholar, Center for the Study of Law and Society; Affiliated Scholar, American Bar Foundation
Teaching International Migration, Introductory Sociology, Social Psychology, Sociology of Emotions
Research
Interests
International Migration, Law and Society, Employment/Work, Race and Ethnicity, Gender
Selected
Publications
Lakhani, Sarah Morando. (2014). “From Problems of Living to Problems of Law: The Legal Translation and Documentation of Immigrant Abuse and Helpfulness.” Law & Social Inquiry 39 (3): 643-665.

Lakhani, Sarah Morando and Stefan Timmermans. (2014). “Biopolitical Citizenship in the Immigration Adjudication Process.” Social Problems 61 (3): 360-379.

Hernández-León, Rubén and Sarah Morando Lakhani. (2013). “Gender, Bilingualism, and the Early Occupational Careers of Second-Generation Mexicans in the South.” Social Forces 92 (1): 59-80.

Lakhani, Sarah Morando. (2013). “Producing Immigrant Victims’ ‘Right’ to Legal Status and the Management of Legal Uncertainty.” Law & Social Inquiry 38 (2): 442-473.

Morando, Sarah J. (2013). “Paths to Mobility: The Mexican Second Generation at Work in a New Destination.” The Sociological Quarterly 54 (3): 367-398.

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Name Chulwoo Lee
Institutional
Affiliation
Yonsei Law School, Yonsei University
Country
Base
Republic of Korea
Current
Position
Professor of Law
Teaching sociology of law, citizenship and migration, law and society in Asia
Research
Interests
law and social theory; social history of law; citizenship, nationality, and nationalism
Selected
Publications
(2012) “How Can You Say You’re Korean? Law, Governmentality and National Membership in South Korea,” Citizenship Studies 16(1): 85-102.(2010) “South Korea: The Transformation of Citizenship and the State‐Nation Nexus,” Journal of Contemporary Asia40(2): 230‐251.(2010) “The Treatment of Stateless Persons and the Reduction of Statelessness: Policy Suggestions for the Republic of Korea,” with In Seop Chung, Ho Taeg Lee and Jung Hae Park, Korea Review of International Studies13(1): 7‐30.(2010) “Multiculturalism, Nationalism and the Legal Institutionalization of Belonging [in Korean],” Jisik eui jipyeong[Orbis Sapientiae] 8: 71‐95.(2009) “The Rule of Law and Forms of Power: Theorizing the Socio‐Cultural Foundations of the Rule of Law in Korea,” Korea Journal49(4): 5‐28.(2008) “Unity and Opposition between Territoriality and Peopleness: The Dialectics of the Political Rights of External Citizens [in Korean],” Beop gwa sahoe[Korean Journal of Law and Society] 34: 271‐296.(2008) “The Derritorialization and Reterritorialization of Sovereignty: The Logic of Dual Nationality [in Korean],” Hanguk sahoehak[Korean Journal of Sociology] 42(1): 27‐61.(2003) ”‘Us’ and ‘Them’ in Korean Law: The Creation, Accommodation and Exclusion of Outsiders in South Korea,” in Arthur Rosett, Lucie Cheng and Margaret Y. K. Woo, eds., East Asian Law – Universal Norms and Local Cultures, London: Routledge Curzon.

(1999) ʺModernity, Legality, and Power in Korea Under Japanese Rule,” in Gi‐Wook Shin and Michael Robinson, eds., Colonial Modernity in Korea, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Asia Center.

Other
Affiliation
Garvey, Schubert & Barer Visiting Professor of Asian Law, University of Washington School of Law (January‐June 2011)
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Name Jack Jin Gary Lee
Institutional Affiliation University of California, San Diego
Country Base USA
Current Position Graduate Student
Teaching
Research Interests Sociology of Law, Political Sociology, International Migration, Citizenship and Nationality Law, Bureaucracy.
Selected Publications (2012) With John D. Skrentny and Micah G. Redman. “Introduction: Japan, the United States, and the Philosophical Bases of Immigration Policy.” American Behavioral Scientist 56 (8): 995-1007. (2007) With Kenneth Paul Tan. “Imagining the Gay Community in Singapore.” In Critical Asian Studies 39(2): 179-204.
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Name Jamie Longazel
Institutional
Affiliation
University of Dayton
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Assistant Professor
Teaching Law and Society; Crime & Inequality; Criminology; Social Problems
Research
Interests
Immigration Law & Politics; Crime and Inequality; Critical Race Theory
Selected
Publications
(2014) with Maartje van der Woude (symposium editors). The Negotiated Expansions of Immigration Control. Law & Social Inquiry 39(3)(2014) “Rhetorical Barriers to Mobilizing for Immigrant Rights: White Innocence and Latino/a Abstraction.” Law & Social Inquiry 39(3)(2013) “Moral Panic as Racial Degradation Ceremony: Racial Stratification and the Local-Level Backlash against Latino/a Immigrants.” Punishment & Society 15(1):96-119.

(2013) “Subordinating Myth: Latino/a Immigration, Crime, and Exclusion.” Sociology Compass 7(2):87-96.

(2013) with Benjamin Fleury-Steiner.  “Beware of Notarios: Neoliberal Governance of Immigrants as Crime Victims.” Theoretical Criminology 17(3): 359-376.

(2011) with Benjamin Fleury-Steiner. “Exploiting Borders: The Political Economy of Local Backlash Against Undocumented Immigrants.” Chicana/o Latina/o Law Review 30:43-64.

(2010) with Benjamin Fleury-Steiner. “Neoliberalism, Community Development, and Anti-Immigrant Backlash in Hazleton, Pennsylvania.” Pp. 157-172 in Taking Local Control: Immigration Policy Activism in U.S. Cities and States, edited by M. Varsanyi. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.

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Name Willem Maas
Institutional
Affiliation
York University
Country Base Canada
Current Position Jean Monnet Chair and Associate Professor of Political Science, Public & International Affairs, Social & Political Thought, and Socio-Legal Studies; Director, EU Centre of Excellence
Teaching Citizenship, migration, European integration, comparative politics
Research Interests Citizenship and nationality, migration, European integration, comparative politics, sovereignty, geopolitics and borders, nationalism, minorities, state formation and disintegration, democratic theory, human rights, federalism and intergovernmental relations.
Selected Publications (2013) Multilevel Citizenship. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. [edited](2012) Democratic Citizenship and the Free Movement of People. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff. [edited](2010) “Unauthorized Migration and the Politics of Regularization, Legalization, and Amnesty,” in Georg Menz and Alexander Caviedes, eds., Labour Migration in Europe (Palgrave) pp 232-50.(2010) “Citizenship and Immigrant Integration in the Netherlands,” in Adam Luedtke, ed., Migrants and Minorities: The European Response (Cambridge Scholars) pp 226-44.(2010) “Emerging Themes in Nationalism, Ethnicity, and Migration Research,” in Robert A. Denemark, ed., International Studies Compendium (Oxford: Blackwell) pp 1348-59.(2009) “Unrespected, Unequal, Hollow?: Contingent Citizenship and Reversible Rights in the European Union,” Columbia Journal of European Law, vol.15 no.2, Spring, pp 265-80.(2008) “Migrants, States, and EU Citizenship’s Unfulfilled Promise,” Citizenship Studies, vol.12 no.6, December, pp 583-596.(2007) Creating European Citizens. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield.

(2005) “The Genesis of European Rights,” Journal of Common Market Studies, vol.43 no.5, pp 1009-25.

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Name Laura Macia
Institutional
Affiliation
University of Pittsburgh
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
PhD Candidate and Teaching Fellow
Teaching
Research
Interests
transnational migrants, dispute processing, Latinos
Selected
Publications
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Name Isabel Medina
Institutional
Affiliation
Loyola University, New Orleans
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Ferris Family Professor of Law
Teaching constitutional law, immigration law, employment discrimination, criminal law
Research
Interests
intersection of constitutional law and immigration law; gender
Selected
Publications
(2008) “Reforming Criminal Indigent Defense in Louisiana-An Introduction to the Symposium and a Brief Exploration of Criminal Indigent Defense and its Relationship to Immigrant Indigent Defense” 9 Loyola Journal of Public Interest Law111.(2008) “Exploring the Use of the Word ‘Citizen’ in Writings on the Fourth Amendment,” 83 Indiana Law Journal1557.(2008) “Ruminations on the Fourth Amendment, Case Law, Commentary and the Word ‘Citizen,’” 11 Harvard Latino Law Review189.(2007) “Wal-Mart, Immigrant Workers and the U.S. Government – A Case of Split Personality?,” 39 Connecticut Law Review1443-1460.(2007) “At the Border: What Tres Mujeres Tell Us About Walls and Fences,” 10 The Journal of Gender, Race & Justice, A Journal of the University of Iowa College of Law245-267.(2004) “Real Differences and Stereotypes – Two visions of gender, citizenship and international law,” 7 New York City Law Review315-356 (Symposium in honor of the Hon. Ruth Bader Ginsburg).(2004) “Gender in the Constitutions of Hellas and the United States”, Efarmoges Dimosiou Dikaiou(Applications of Public Law – greek review of public law) 17, p. 371.(2004) “Of Constitutional Amendments, Human Rights and Same-Sex Marriages”, 64 Louisiana Law Review 459-75.
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Name Cecilia Menjívar
Institutional
Affiliation
Department of Sociology, Arizona State University
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Professor
Teaching migration, immigration, immigrant families
Research
Interests
effects of the law in different spheres of immigrant life—family, religion, church, communities, artistic expression; effects of migration on those who stay
Selected
Publications
(2009) with Leisy Abrego. “Parents and Children across Borders: Legal Instability and Intergenerational Relations in Guatemalan and Salvadoran Families.” Pp. 160-189 in Across Generations: Immigrant Families in America, edited by Nancy Foner. New York: New York University Press.(2009) with Sang Kil and Roxanne Doty. Pp. 297-312 in “Securing Borders: Patriotism, Vigilantism and the Brutalization of the US American Public.” In Immigration, Crime, and Justice, edited by William F. McDonald. Bingley, UK: Emerald/JAI Press.(2008) “Educational Hopes, Documented Dreams: Guatemalan and Salvadoran Immigrants’ Legality and Educational Prospects.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 620 (1): 177-193(2006) “Liminal Legality: Salvadoran and Guatemalan Immigrants’ Lives in the United States.” American Journal of Sociology, 111 (4): 999-1037.
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Name Julia Morris
Institutional
Affiliation
University of Oxford
Country Base United Kingdom
Current position DPhil Candidate in Social Anthropology
Research interests Immigration Detention; Migration Studies; Critical Sociolegal theory; Governmentality; Gender
E-mail Julia.morris@stx.ox.ac.uk
Name Hiroshi Motomura
Institutional
Affiliation
University of California, Los Angeles, School of Law
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Professor of Law
Teaching Immigration Law, Immigrants’ Rights
Research
Interests
undocumented migration; immigration law and policy; citizenship; constitutional aspects of immigration law
Selected
Publications
(2006) Americans in Waiting: The Lost Story of Immigration and Citizenship in the United States (Oxford University Press 2006) (paperback 2007)(2008) Immigration and Citizenship: Process and Policy (Thomson West 6th ed.)(2007) with T. Alexander Aleinikoff, David A. Martin & Maryellen Fullerton, Forced Migration: Law and Policy (Thomson West).(2007) with David A. Martin, T. Alexander Aleinikoff & Maryellen Fullerton, Immigration Outside the Law, 108 Columbia Law Review2037(2008)Choosing Immigrants, Making Citizens, 59 Stanford Law Review857.(2006) Immigration Law and Federal Court Jurisdiction Through the Lens of Habeas Corpus, 91 Cornell Law Review459(2000) Judicial Review in Immigration Cases After AADC: Lessons From Civil Procedure, 14 Georgetown Immigration Law Journal385(1999) Federalism, International Human Rights, and Immigration Exceptionalism, 70 University of Colorado Law Review1361(1997) Whose Immigration Law?: Citizens, Aliens, and the Constitution, 97 Columbia Law Review1567 (review essay)(1996) Whose Alien Nation?: Two Models of Constitutional Immigration Law, 94 Michigan Law Review1927 (review essay)(1995) The Family and Immigration: A Roadmap for the Ruritanian Lawmaker, 43 American Journal of Comparative Law511.(1994) Immigration and Alienage, Federalism and Proposition 187, 35 Virginia Journal of International Law201.(1993) Haitian Asylum Seekers: Interdiction and Immigrants’ Rights, 26 Cornell International Law Journal695.(1992) The Curious Evolution of Immigration Law: Procedural Surrogates for Substantive Constitutional Rights, 92 Columbia Law Review1625.(1990) Immigration Law After a Century of Plenary Power: Phantom Constitutional Norms and Statutory Interpretation, 100 The Yale Law Journal 545.
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Name Miki Nagashima
Institutional
Affiliation
School of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University
Country
Base
Japan
Current
Position
Ph.D. Candidate and Research Associate
Teaching refugee law
Research
Interests
gender-based persecution, IDPs issues, refugee policy studies
Selected
Publications
(the following publications are all in Japanese)(2003) ‘Transfiguration of the right of asylum from the perspective of FC/FGM: Kassinga case in United States(1996)’, Waseda Seiji Koho Kenkyu(Waseda Journal of Political Science and Public Law), no. 72, Waseda, April 2003, p.189-216.(2003) ‘Allotment system in Eritrea and Gender-relatedissues in the re-integration process of reternees: JEN’s research basedon interview survey in Gash-Barka area’, Waseda Seiji Koho Kenkyu, no. 74, Waseda, December 2003, p.437-466.(2004) ‘The lawmaking process of anti-FGM law in Sudan”, Waseda Seiji Koho Kenkyu, no. 75, Waseda, June 2004, p.493-421.(2004) with Ishikawa, E, ‘Establishment of social welfare for refugees’, Shimin ga Trukuru Seisaku-chosa Kai(Civil Policy Study Group), n. 36, August 2004, p.30-37.(2004) ‘New refugee protection area: gender-based persecution’, Hogaku Seminar(Law seminar), no.600, December 2004, p.52-55.(2004) ‘Protection of Internally Displaced Persons’, Waseda Seiji Koho Kenkyu, no. 77, Waseda, December 2004, p.167-193.
Other
Affiliation
Fellow, Japan Association for Refugees (JAR) and Chief Secretariat, TICAD Civil Society Forum Japan
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Name Suzanne Oboler
Institutional
Affiliation
John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University New York
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Professor, Latin American and Latina/o Studies
Teaching race and immigration in the Americas; Latino/as in the US; citizenship and belonging; Latin American studies (Peru and Brazil)
Research
Interests
Latino/as in the US; Race, immigration, citizenship and belonging; black-latino relations
Selected
Publications
Forthcoming in 2011 with Deena J. González, The Oxford Encyclopedia of Latino/as, Politics and Law, 2 Volumes, 1200 pgs. New York: Oxford University Press.In pressBehind Bars: Latino/as and Prisons, New York: Palgrave Press, (December 2009).In press, “The Ironies of History: Puerto Rico’s Status and the Nomination of Judge Sonia Sotomayor”, American Philosophical Association Newsletter on Hispanic/Latino Issues in Philosophy, 2009 – 2010.(2008) With Anani Dzidzienyo, “Race, Social Justice, and the Law in the Americas: Redefining the Terms of the Debate”, Latin American Studies Association, Forum. Vol XXXIX(1).(2006) Latinos and Citizenship: The Dilemma of Belonging, New York: Palgrave Press.(2005) with Deena J. González, The Oxford Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in the United States, 4 Volumes, 2334 pgs., New York: Oxford University Press.(1995) Ethnic Labels/Latino Lives: Identity and the Politics of (Re)Presentation in the United States, University of Minnesota Press.
Other
Affiliation
Editor, Latino Studies
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Name Nicola Piper
Institutional
Affiliation
Arnold-Bergstraesser-Institute at Freiburg University
Country
Base
Germany
Current
Position
Senior Research Fellow
Teaching none currently (next year maybe one module on political mobilisation of migrants)
Research
Interests
migration governance, migrant rights, transnational advocacy networks, migrant political mobilisation
Selected
Publications
Bastia, T., Piper, N. and Prieto-Carron, M. (eds) (Special Issue in press) ‘Geographies of Migration, Geographies of Justice, Migration, intersectionality and human rights’, in: Environment and Planning D(all papers accepted, publication by mid- 2011)Piper, N. and Amber, F. (eds) (Special Issue in press) ‘Human Rights of Migrant Women’, in: Diversities – International Journal on Multicultural Societies(to be published in March 2011)Grugel, J.B. and Piper, N. (in press) ‘Global governance, economic migration and the difficulties of social activism’, in: International Sociology(manuscript accepted, forthcoming in vol. 26, issue 4)Hujo, K. and Piper, N. (eds) (2010) South-South Migration: Implications for Social Policy and Development, Basingstoke: Palgrave MacmillanPiper, N. (2010) ‘All Quiet on the Eastern Front? – Temporary contract migration in Asia revisited from a development perspective’, in: Policy and Society(special issue on ‘Guest Worker Programs: Friend or Foe of an Integrated Immigration Policy’, guest-edited by Patty Lenard and Christine Straehle), vol. 90, pp. 1-13Piper, N. (2010) ‘Temporary Economic Migration and Rights Activism – an organisational perspective’, in: Ethnic and Racial Studies, Special Issue on Mobilization of Migrants and Minorities, guest-edited by John Solomos and Davide Peron, issue no. 1, pp. 1-33Piper, N. (2009) ‘Temporary migration and political remittances: the role of advocacy networks in the transnationalisation of human rights’, in: European Journal of Asian Studies, Special Issue on Migration and Democracy, guest-edited by Jürgen Rüland, Stefan Rother, and Christl Kessler, vol. 8(2): 215-243Piper, N (ed) (2009) ‘Rethinking the Migration-Development Nexus (Special Issue) – Bringing marginalized visions and actors to the fore’, in: Population, Space and Place, vol. 15, no. 2

Grugel, J.B. and Piper, N. (2009) ‘Do rights promote development?’, in: Global Social Policy, vol. 9(1): 79-98

Piper, N. (2008) ‘Feminisation of Migration and the Social Dimensions of development: The Asian Case’, in: Third World Quarterly, vol. 29(7): 1287-1303

Piper, N. (2008) ‘The ‘Migration-Development Nexus’ Revisited from a Rights Perspective’, in: Journal of Human Rightsvol. 7: 1-18

Piper, N. (ed) (2008) New Perspectives on Gender and Migration – Rights, Entitlements and Livelihoods, London: Routledge

Grugel, J.B. and Piper, N. (2007) Critical Perspectives on Global Governance: Rights and Regulation in Governing Regimes, London: Routledge

Piper, N. and Ford, M. (eds) (2006) ‘Migrant NGOs and Labor Unions: A Partnership in Progress?’, Special Issue of Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, vol. 14, no. 9

Piper, N. (2005) ‘Transnational Politics and the Organising of Migrant Labour in Southeast Asia – NGO and Trade Union Perspectives’, in: Asia-Pacific Population Journal, vol. 20(3): 87-110

Piper, N. and Uhlin, A. (eds) (2004) Transnational Activism in Asia – Problems of Power and Democracy, London: Routledge

Other
Affiliation
Centre on Migration, Citizenship and Development(COMCAD), University of Bielefeld/Germany
Platform for International Cooperation on Undocumented Migrants(PICUM)
Member of the editorial board of Refugee Survey Quarterly
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Name Sanne van de Pol
Institutional Affiliation University of Antwerp
Policy Research Centre on Integration
Country Base Belgium
Current Position PhD Candidate
Teaching Sociology, Migration studies
Research Interests Integration, fundamental rights, citizenship, migration, identity, law, sociology of law.
Selected Publications Forthcoming
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Name Luis F.B Plascencia
Institutional Affiliation Arizona States University
Country Base USA
Current Position Assistant Professor
Teaching Citizenship, Nationalism & Identity; Mexico-United States Borderlands
Research Interests Contract labor programs, citizenship, Mexico-US borderlands, power, Latinos in the US, Spanish-speaking Caribbean
Selected Publications • Disenchanting Citizenship: Mexican Migrants and the Boundaries of Belonging (2012, Rutgers University Press).

• 2013 “Attrition Through Enforcement and the Elimination of a ‘Dangerous Class’” (93-127). In Magaña, Lisa, and Eric Lee Eds. Latino Politics and International Relations: The Case of Arizona’s Immigration Law SB1070. New York: Springer Publishing.

• 2014 “Mexican Migration to the United States” (23 pp.), Oxford University Press Bibliographies in Anthropology. OUP Bibliographies Online.

• 2013 L. Drake & L. Plascencia, “In the Shadow of Sanctuary: Phoenix Police Department’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” Migrant Status Order,” Aztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studies 38(2):221-236.

• 2009  “The “Undocumented” Mexican Migrant Question: Re-examining the Framing of Law and Illegalization in the United States,” Urban Anthropology 38(2-4):375-434.

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Name Tara Polzer
Institutional
Affiliation
Forced Migration Studies Programme, University of the Witwatersrand
Country
Base
South Africa
Current
Position
Researcher and Coordinator of the Citizenship and Boundaries Initiative
Teaching Contribution to MA course on Introduction to Forced Migration
Research
Interests
Research on the nature of citizenship and national identity in rural border areas. Current case studies: South Africa/Mozambique border; Kenya/Uganda border
Selected
Publications
(2005) Discourses on immigration in South Africa: managing diversity in a new nation in Plaw, A. (ed.) Frontiers of Diversity:Essays in Contemporary Pluralism, Rodopi, Amsterdam(2002) with Johnstone Summit, Conflict and Coffee in Burundi , in Jeremy Lind and Kathryn Sturman (eds.), Scarcity and Surfeit: The Ecology of Africa’s Conflicts, ACTS and ISS, Nairobi and Pretoria(forthcoming) Adapting to changing legal frameworks: Mozambican refugees in South Africa International Journal of Refugee Law, 2007(2005) ‘This place is my home’: where refugees become citizens , Conflict Trends, No. 3, October(2004) ‘Nous sommes tous Sud-Africains maintenant’: l’Intégration des réfugiés mozambicains dans l’Afrique du sud rurale , Alternatives Internationales, No. 15, July-August(2003) with Hernan del Valle, Emergency Preparedness in South Africa; Lessons from the Zimbabwean Elections , Forced Migration Review, No. 16, Jan , pp.27-30
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Affiliation
PhD Candidate, Development Studies Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science
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Name Greg Prieto
Institutional Affiliation University of San Diego
Country Base United States
Current Position Assistant Professor of Sociology
Teaching Race and Racism, Immigration, Social Movements and the Internet, Law and Society, Quantitative Research Methods
Research Interests Race and Racism, Immigration, Social Movements and the Internet, Law and Society
Selected Publications Prieto, Greg. Forthcoming. “‘Traitors’ to Race, ‘Traitors’ to Nation: Latina/o Immigration Enforcement Agents, Identification, and the Racial State.” Latino Studies.

Prieto, Greg. 2014. “The Shell: An Ethnographic Analysis of Mexican Immigrant  Agency.” Pp. 250-263 in The Nation and Its Peoples: Citizens, Denizens, Migrants, edited by John S.W. Park and Shannon Gleeson. Routledge.

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Name Doris Marie Provine
Institutional
Affiliation
Arizona State University
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Professor
Teaching citizenship and community, immigration policy and justice
Research
Interests
undocumented immigration, comparative perspectives on law and immigration, cosmopolitanism and immigration, policing immigration
Selected
Publications
(2009) Review: Making People Illegal by Catherine Dauvergne, Journal of Law and Society.(2009) ‘On the Frontier of Local Law Enforcement: local police and federal immigration law’, (with Decker et al) in McDonald (ed.) Immigration, Crime, and Justice, NY: Emerald.(2007) ‘Race and the Response of State Legislatures to Unauthorized Immigrants’, (with Jorge Chavez), Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science(2009) Unequal Under Law: Race and the War on Drugs, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Other
Affiliation
North American Center for Transborder Studies
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Name Sharlene Ramlall
Institutional
Affiliation
Rhodes University
Country
Base
South Africa
Current
Position
Lecturer and PhD Candidate
Teaching banking law; commercial law; contract and agency
Research
Interests
international human rights law; refugee and immigration law; xenophobia
Selected
Publications
Forthcoming
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Name Rosemary Salomone
Institutional
Affiliation
St. John’s University, School of Law
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Kenneth Wang Professor of Law
Teaching constitutional law, administrative law, children and the law
Research
Interests
immigrant children, language rights, European migration, education for democratic citizenship
Selected
Publications
§  (2012) “Educating English Learners: Reconciling Bilingualism and Accountability,” Harvard Law & Policy Review, vol. 6, no. 1, 115-145.

§  (2010) True American: Language, Identity, and the Education of Immigration Children, Harvard University Press.

§  (2008) “Transnational Schooling and the New Immigrants: Developing New Identities in the United States,” Intercultural Education, vol. 19, no. 5, 283-93.

§  (2006) “Language Rights and Schooling in the Age of Transnationalism, in Proceedings of the International Academy of Linguistic Law Conference on Language Law and Language Rights, June 2006.

§  (2000) Visions of Schooling: Conscience, Community and Common Education, Yale University Press.

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Name Lucy Salyer
Institutional
Affiliation
University of North Hampshire
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Associate Professor
Teaching Modern U.S. History; Americal legal history; Immigration and Citizenship History
Research
Interests
History of immigration and citizenship law
Selected
Publications
Crossing Borders: the Fenians and the Crisis over Citizenship [book manuscript in progress](1995) Laws Harsh as Tigers: Chinese Immigrants and the Shaping of Modern Immigration Law, University of North Carolina Press.(2004) “Baptism by Fire: Race, Military Service, and U.S. Citizenship Policy, 1918-1935,” Journal of American History (December 2004) (awarded the Law & Society Association Article Award in June 2005)
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Name Bijal Shah
Institutional
Affiliation
New York University (NYU) School of Law
Country
Base
United States
Current
Position
Acting Assistant Professor
Teaching Lawyering
Research
Interests
Administrative law
Criminal law
Human rights & international law
Immigration law
Sexuality and the law
Selected
Publications
“Hidden Administrative Coordination,” 128 Harvard Law Review  (forthcoming)”LGBT Identity in Immigration,” 45 Columbia Human Rights Law Review  100 (2013)”Brand X Developments in the Ninth Circuit and Beyond,” 3 Immigration Law Advisor  7 (2009)”Gay American Deviance: Using International Comparative Analysis to Argue for a Free Speech and Establishment Clause Approach to Furthering Gay Marriage in the United States,” 26 Wisconsin International Law Journal  1 (2008)”Blood, Land, and Sex: Legal Pluralism in Eritrea,” 7 Yale Human Rights and Development Law Journal  192 (2004)
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Name Sarah Song
Institutional
Affiliation
University of California (Berkeley)
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Assistant Professor of Law and Political Science
Teaching political philosophy, legal philosophy, citizenship, history of American political thought
Research
Interests
citizenship, immigration, multiculturalism, global justice
Selected
Publications
(2009) “Democracy and Noncitizen Voting Rights,” Citizenship Studies, vol. 13, no. 6.(2009) “What Does It Mean To Be an American?” Daedalus: Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol. 138, no. 2.(2008) “The Subject of Multiculturalism: Culture, Religion, Ethnicity, Nationality, and Race” in New Waves in Political Philosophy, eds. Boudewijn de Bruin and Christopher Zurn, Palgrave MacMillan.(2007) Justice, Gender, and the Politics of Multiculturalism (Cambridge, 2007) – Recipient of the 2008 Ralph Bunche Awardfrom the American Political Science Association for the best book on ethnic and cultural pluralism.(2005) ‘Majority Norms, Multiculturalism, and Gender Equality’, American Political Science Review, v. 99, n. 4.(2006) ‘Religious Freedom v. Sex Equality’, Theory and Research in Education, 4(1).(2005) ‘La défense par la culture en droit américan (The cultural defense in american law)’, Critique internationale, n. 28 (juillet-septembre 2005).
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Name Dagmar Soennecken
Institutional
Affiliation
School of Public Policy & Administration & Department of Social Science(Law & Society Program), York University
Country
Base
Canada
Current
Position
Assistant Professor
Teaching Sociology of Law, Communities and Public Law
Research
Interests
Comparative politics, public policy, comparative public and constitutional law, interdisciplinary legal theory, citizenship and migration, refugee and asylum, social movements, legal mobilization, Germany, Canada, United Kingdom, EU
Selected
Publications
(2008) “The Growing Influence of the Courts over the Fate of Refugees.” Review of European and Russian Affairs. Vol. 3, Issue 4. 55-88.(2007) “Becoming a Citizen: Incorporating Immigrants and Refugees in the United States and Canada, Irene Bloemraad.” Law and Politics Book Review. 17(1) 40-43.(2005) “Complying with Europe: EU Harmonization and Soft Law in the Member States, ed. Gerda Falkner et. al.” Law and Politics Book Review. 15(10), 896-899.(2002) with Ulf Häußler. Tagung “Menschenhandel – Frauenhandel – organisierte Kriminalität.” Zeitschrift für Ausländerrecht, 39.(2002) with Ulf Häußler. Conference Report “Human Trafficking, Trafficking in Women – organized Criminality,” Journal of Aliens Law, 39.(2002) “National Report: Canada.” In Kay Hailbronner (ed.), Study of the Asylum Single Procedure (“One-Stop-Shop”) Against the Background of the Common European Asylum System and the Goal of a Common Asylum Procedure. Study carried out on behalf of the European Commission, Directorate General for Justice and Home Affairs.
Other
Affiliations
Faculty member of the SPPA’s executive-style graduate programme (MPPAL), a fellow at McLaughlin College, affiliated with the Canadian Centre for German and European Studies (CCGES) and with the Centre for Refugee Studies (CRS) at York. Most recently, she became a member of Osgoode Hall Law School’s graduate faculty
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Name Monica W. Varsanyi
Institutional
Affiliation
City University of New York
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, John Jay College; and Doctoral Faculty in Geography, CUNY Graduate Center
Teaching Immigration Politics, Urban Politics, Research Design and Methods
Research
Interests
(Im)migration, urban, and citizenship studies; urban and political geography; immigration and the state (particularly undocumented immigration); geography, law, and public policy.
Selected
Publications
Varsanyi, Monica; Paul Lewis; Marie Provine; and Scott Decker.  2012. “A multilayered jurisdictionalpatchwork:  Immigration federalism in the United States.” Law and Policy.  34(2):  138-158.Varsanyi, Monica W. 2011. “Neoliberalism and nativism:  Local anti-immigrant policy activism and an emerging politics of scale” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. 35(2):  295-311.Varsanyi, Monica (ed.) 2010. Taking Local Control: Immigration Policy Activism in U.S. Cities and States. Stanford University Press and the Center for Comparative Immigration Studies, UCSD.Varsanyi, Monica W. 2008. “Rescaling the ‘alien’, rescaling personhood:  Neoliberalism, immigration and the state,” Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 98(4), pp. 877-896.Varsanyi, Monica W. 2008. “Immigration policing through the backdoor:  City ordinances, the “right to the city” and the exclusion of undocumented day laborers” Urban Geography 29(1), pp. 29-52.
Other
Affiliation
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Name Deborah M. Weissman
Institutional Affiliation UNC School of Law at Chapel Hill
Country Base US
Current Position Reef C. Ivey II Distinguished Professor of Law
Teaching Gender –Based Violence, Immigration/Human Rights, Lawyer as Public Citizen
Research Interests See above, Mexico, Cuba
Selected Publications The Politics Of Narrative:  Law And The Representation Of Mexican Criminality (forthcoming FORDHAM J. IN’T. LAW

Remaking Mexico: Law Reform as Public Policy, 35 CARDOZO L. REV. 1471 (2014)

Undocumented Immigrants and Access to the Courts, NORTH CAROLINA STATE BAR J., Fall 2012

The Moral Politics of Social Control: Political Culture and Ordinary Crime in Cuba (with M. Weissman), 35 BROOK. J. INT’L L. 311 (2010)

The Human Rights Dilemma: Rethinking the Humanitarian Project, 35 COLUM. HUM. RTS. L. REV. 259 (2004)

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Name Amy P. Wilson
Institutional
Affiliation
University of Washington
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Ph.D. Candidate
Teaching american politics, race/ethnic politics, constitutional law / civil liberties
Research
Interests
refugeecommunities within the US and theirinteraction with / use of “the law” and the court system; more broadly,the application of law and society studies to refugee and immigrantpopulations; comparative study of the legal behavior of refugees andimmigrants in non-US settings.
Selected
Publications
To come.
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Name Philip E. Wolgin
Institutional
Affiliation
UC Berkeley
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Ph.D. Student in History
Research
Interests
U.S. and comparative immigration and refugee history; international influences on domestic policy making; interest and ethnic group activities; Cold War history and politics; American Jewish History
Selected
Publications
Forthcoming
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Name Maartje van der Woude
Institutional
Affiliation
Institute for Criminal Law & Criminology, Leiden University
Country
Base
The Netherlands
Current
Position
Assistant Professor of Criminology
Teaching Both graduate and undergraduate courses: Criminal Law, Theoretical Criminology, Security Risk and the Rule of Law, various other criminal justice related courses
Research
Interests
criminal justice, human rights, crimmigration, legislative studies, (counter)terrorism, ethnic profiling, securitization
Selected
Publications
§  Leun, J.P. van der & Woude, M.A.H. van der (2012). A Reflection on Crimmigration in the Netherlands: On the Cultural Security Complex and the Impact of Framing. In MJ Guia, MAH van der Woude & JP van der Leun (Eds.), Social Control and Justice: Crimmigration in the Age of Fear (pp. 41-60). The Hague: Eleven International Publishing.

§  Woude, M.A.H. van der (2012). Dutch counterterrorism: An exceptional body of legislation or just an inevitable product of the culture of control? In G Molier & A Ellian (Eds.), The State of Exception in a Time of Terror (pp. 57-78). Dordrecht: Republic of Letters Publishing.

§  Leun, J.P., van der & Woude, M.A.H., van der (2011) Ethnic profiling in the Netherlands? A reflection on expanding preventive powers, ethnic profiling and a changing social and political context. Policing and Society, 21 (4), pp. 444-555.

§  Woude, M.A.H., van der (2010) Wetgeving in een Veiligheidscultuur. Totstandkoming van antiterrorismewetgeving bezien van maatschappelijke en (rechts)politieke context. Den Haag, Boom Juridische Uitgevers (Legislation in a Culture of Control.The drafting of Dutch Counterterrorism legislation seen from a social and (legal)political perspective)

Other affiliation CINETS – Crimmigration Control International Net of Studies
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Name Marjorie S. Zatz
Institutional
Affiliation
Justice & Social Inquiry, School of Social Transformation, Arizona State University
Country
Base
USA
Current
Position
Professor
Teaching Race, gender and the law; race, gender and justice; plan to teach immigration and justice in near future
Research
Interests
collateral consequences of immigration policy; immigration policy as racialized policy; immigration, crime and victimization. Currently working on an article on the reality and rhetoric of immigration policy (with Hilary Smith) and a book on the effects of the wars on crime and war on the border on vulnerable youth. The book project examines the effects of specific policies on youth, particularly those resulting in parental detention and/or deportation (with Nancy Rodriguez).
Selected
Publications
Kubrin, Charis E., Marjorie S. Zatz, and Ramiro Martinez, Punishing Immigrants: Policy, Politics, and Injustice. New York: New York University Press. Forthcoming 2012.Within this book:Kubrin, Charis E., Marjorie S. Zatz, and Ramiro Martinez, “Introduction” (chapter 1) andZatz, Marjorie S., Charis E. Kubrin, and Ramiro Martinez, “Conclusions and Policy Analysis” (chapter 11)Zatz, Marjorie S. and Hilary Smith. “Immigration, Crime and Justice: Rhetoric, Reality and Ramifications of Recent U.S. Immigration Policies.” Annual Review of Law and Social Science, Volume 8, 2012 (invited submission).Grants: National Science Foundation Award #0913033 to Zatz, Marjorie S., Charis E. Kubrin, and Ramiro Martinez, “Workshop. Social Science Research on Immigration: The Role of Transnational Migration, Communities and Policy.” September 2009 (Funded by NSF Law and Social Science and Sociology Programs)
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