Books, Chapters and Reports

Books, Chapters and Reports

Steven Bender
How the West Was Juan: Reimagining the U.S.-Mexico Border (San Diego State University Press, 2017).

Compassionate Immigration Policy: A Regional Vision for the Americas (co-editor) (2017, Palgrave Macmillan).

Snapshots of Law and Life in the Texas Borderlands, in Word Images: A Norma Elia Cantú Critical Reader,
editor Gabriella Gutiérrez y Muhs (forthcoming 2017).

Exposing Immigration Laws: The Legal Contours of Belonging and Exclusion, in Immigration and the Law: From Conquest to the War on Terrorism, editor Sofia Espinoza Alvarez and Martin Guevara Urbina (forthcoming 2017).

Run for the Border: Vice and Virtue in U.S.-Mexico Border Crossings (New York University Press 2012) (excerpted in Global Issues in Immigration Law, Raquel Aldana, Won Kidane, Beth Lyon, and Karla McKanders, eds. 2013).

Greasers and Gringos: Latinos, Law, and the American Imagination (New York University Press 2003, paperback 2005).

Kinnari Bhatt
A Postcolonial Legal Approach to the Chagos Case and the
(Dis)application of Land Rights Norms,International Journal of Law in Context, Cambridge University Press (Accepted and forthcoming 2018).

Entry on ‘Transnational Constitutional Law’ (with Peer Zumbansen) for the Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law (Oxford Constitutional Law, Oxford University Press, Forthcoming), TLI Think! Paper 6/2018 and King’s College London Law School Research Paper No. 2018-05 available here.

Book Review:  Borrowing Together: Microfinance and Cultivating Social Ties. Becky Yang Hsu. Cambridge University Press. 2018, TLI Think! Paper, Kings College London Transnational Law Institute here and London School of Economics Review of Books, Review of Borrowing Together: Microfinance and Cultivating Social Ties: here.

New ‘Legal’ Actors, Norms and Processes: Formal and Informal Indigenous Land Rights Norms in the Oyu Tolgoi Project, Mongolia, TLI Think! Paper, Kings College London Transnational Law Institute, 63/2017. Available here.

‘Chagos: stripped bare and subverted’ , Kent Law School,  Thinking Into, About Practice Series, Part of the Legal Treasures Project, 2016.​ Available here.

Veronica Fynn Bruey
“Deadly Voyage: African Migrants Crossing the Mediterranean” in Yabome Gilpin-Jackson, Judith Okonkwo and Sarah Owusu (eds), We Will Lead Africa (2017).

Legal Discrepancies: Internal Displacement of Women and Children in Africa, (Kusterdingen: Flowers Books, 2011).

Documenting the Undocumented: Redefining Refugee Status (Boca Raton: Universal Publisher, 2010).

“Refugee Women and Children in Africa” in Veronica Fynn (ed) Documenting the Undocumented: Redefining Refugee Status (Boca Raton: Universal Publisher, 2010).

Sara Dehm
2017, A Unfair and Dangerous Process: A Legal Analysis of the Ministerial Deadline of Apply for Asylum and Use of Executive Power in the Legacy Caseload, Faculty of Law, University Technology, Sydney. Available here.

Rebecca Hamlin
Let Me Be a Refugee: Administrative Justice and the Politics of Asylum in the United States, Canada, and Australia. New York, NY: Oxford University Press (2014).

Niamh Kinchin
‘UNHCR and the Quest for Accountability’ in Kristin Bergtora Sandvik and Katja Lindskov Jacobsen (eds) UNCHR and the Struggle for Accountability Technology, Law & Results-Based Management (2016) Routledge, 26 -45.

Chien-yu Liu
Chien-yu Liu, Disaster Displacement: A Neglected Pressing Global Issue, Diplomatic Courier, January 2018

Chien-yu Liu, Addressing the Hidden Psychological Costs of Disasters and Conflicts in the Context of Forced Migration, IAEM Bulletin, Vol.34 No. 8, August 2017

Chien-yu Liu, TPS for Haiti, Why Not Mexico? Voice of America News, October 11, 2017

Ying-yu Chen & Chien-yu Liu, When the Mediterranean Sea Lies Between You and Hope, Can You Make the Right Choice?, The Initium, Apr. 11, 2017

Chien-yu Liu, Q&A Session: Federal Court Cases Regarding Trump Administration’s Travel Ban, PTS News Network, Feb. 10, 2017

Chien-yu Liu, Analysis: Dissecting Checks and Balances and Civil Society Movements in the United States Post-Trump’s Travel Ban, PTS News Network, Feb. 2, 2017

Anna Lundberg
Lundberg 17. Management of “the unaccompanied.” In search of a rights-based approach in the context of Swedish “crisis politics”. Research Handbook on Child Migration. 2018

Norvy Paul
“A Case Study of Airport and Climate Change in Kerala” (2016). In N. Paul, & P. Jones (Eds.), Social Work and Health: Inclusive Practice, Research and Education (Cochin: DCRD Publications), pp.178-192.

Development, Displacement and Capitals (2016) (Ed.). (Cochin: DCRD Publicaitons), p209.

“Introduction” (2016). In N. Paul (Ed.), Development, Displacemernt and Capitals (Cochin: DCRD Publicaitons), pp. 1-6.

Social Work and Health: Inclusive Practice, Research and Education, (2016) (Ed.). (Cochin, DCRD Publications), p.192

“Understanding Land Acquisition Act and R & R Policy of India” (2016). In N. Paul (Ed.), Development, Displacement and Capitals (Cochin: DCRD Publications), pp. 23-49.

“Understanding Sociial Disarticulation and Cultural Adapatation in Displacements in Kerala” (2014). In N. Paul (Ed.). Development, Displacement and Marginalisation, (Cochin: VSS Publications), p.289.

“Introduction” (2014). In N. Paul (Ed.), Development, Displacement and Margianalisation (Cochin: VSS Publicaiton), pp. 1-15.

Development, Displacement and Marginalisation (Ed.) (2014). Cochin, VSS Publications, 2013, p.289

“Displacement and Marginalisation: A Case Study on Vallarpadam International Tranship Container Terminal in Kerala” (2014). In N. Paul (Ed.), Development, Displacement and Marginalisation. (Cochin: VSS Publications), pp. 273-289.

Development, Displacement and Social Disarticulation: A Kerala Experience (2013). (Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany), p.243.

“Community Food Security Interventions: A Case Study on Paddy Cultivation in Kerala” (2013). In Senthal. T (Ed.), in Globlal Vision for Food Security (New Delhi: Excellent Publishing House), pp. 5-11.

“Psychological Empowerment in the Woment Empowerment Programmes of Neighbourhood Groups: A Study on Kudumbasree Mission of Kerala” (2013). In P. Tarumar (Ed.), Global Vision of Women Empowerment (New Delhi: Victorious Publication), pp. 49-54.

“Resillience a Way Towards Social Inclusion: A Comparative Study on Vulnarability and Invulnarability among Persons with Disability” (2013). In V. D. Rajath, & R. G. Clive (Eds.), Socially Vulnarable: Inclusion and Strategies (Uduppi, Mangalore: Dept of Sociology, CrossLand College), pp. 197-210.

“Measuring Social Capital and Displacement” (2011). In P. Jones, A. Francis, & R. S P (Eds.), Eco-Social Justice: Issues and Challenges and Ways Forward (Bangalore: Books for Change), pp. 45-64.

Seema Shekhawat
Gender, Conflict, Peace, and UNSC Resolution 1325. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books (2018).

Female Combatants in Conflict and Peace: Challenging Gender in Violence and Post-Conflict Reintegration. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan (2015).

Gender, Conflict and Peace in Kashmir – Invisible Stakeholders. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press (2014).

Anthea Vogl
2017, A Unfair and Dangerous Process: A Legal Analysis of the Ministerial Deadline of Apply for Asylum and Use of Executive Power in the Legacy Caseload, Faculty of Law, University Technology, Sydney. Available here.

2016, ‘Sovereign Relations: Australia’s ‘Off-shoring’ of Asylum Seekers on Nauru in Historical Perspective’ in Epstein, C. (ed), Norming the World: Postcolonial Perspectives on the Use of Norms in International Relations, Routledge.