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  1. Governing Refugees

    Justice, Order and Legal Pluralism

    By Kirsten McConnachie

    Series: Law, Development and Globalization

    Refugee camps are imbued in the public imagination with assumptions of anarchy, danger and refugee passivity. Governing Refugees: Justice, Order and Legal Pluralism challenges such assumptions, arguing that refugee camps should be recognized as spaces where social capital can not only survive, but...

    Published May 9th 2014 by Routledge

  2. Citizenship After Orientalism

    An Unfinished Project

    Edited by Engin F Isin

    This collection offers a postcolonial critique of the ostensible superiority or originality of ‘Western’ political theory and one of its fundamental concepts, ‘citizenship’. The chapters analyse the undoing, uncovering, and reinventing of citizenship as a way of investigating citizenship as...

    Published May 7th 2014 by Routledge

  3. The Future of Singapore

    Population, Society and the Nature of the State

    By Kamaludeen Mohamed Nasir, Bryan S. Turner

    Series: Routledge Contemporary Southeast Asia Series

    Singapore, like many other advanced economies, has a relatively low, and declining, birth-rate. One consequence of this, and a consequence also of the successful economy, is that migrants are being drawn in, and are becoming an increasing proportion of the overall population. This book examines...

    Published May 6th 2014 by Routledge

  4. Europe, Migration and Identity

    Connecting Migration Experiences and Europeanness

    Edited by Jan Logemann, Donna Gabaccia, Sally Gregory Kohlstedt

    Jan Logemann is a Research Fellow at the German Historical Institute in Washington D.C., USA, and project coordinator of Transatlantic Perspectives: Europe in the Eyes of European Immigrants to the United States. His research focuses on transatlantic comparisons, the role of European immigrants in...

    Published May 1st 2014 by Routledge

  5. Cross-Cultural Women Scholars in Academe

    Intergenerational Voices

    Edited by Lorri J. Santamaría, Gaëtane Jean-Marie, Cosette M. Grant

    Series: Routledge Research in Gender and Society

    This ground-breaking collection features the diverse voices, experiences, and scholarship of cross-cultural women of American Indian, Asian American, Black/African American and Hispanic descent at various levels of academe, actively engaged in the advancement of marginalized groups in the U.S. and...

    Published April 28th 2014 by Routledge

  6. Immigrant Women in Athens

    Gender, Ethnicity, and Citizenship in the Classical City

    By Rebecca Kennedy

    Series: Routledge Studies in Ancient History

    Many of the women whose names are known to history from Classical Athens were metics or immigrants, linked in the literature with assumptions of being ‘sexually exploitable.’ Despite recent scholarship on women in Athens beyond notions of the ‘citizen wife’ and the ‘common prostitute,’ the...

    Published April 28th 2014 by Routledge

  7. The Art of the Possible

    Booker T. Washington and Black Leadership in the United States, 1881-1925

    By Kevern J. Verney

    Series: Crosscurrents in African American History

    The Art of The Possible is a new study of the ideas and achievements of Booker T. Washington, the most influential African American leader of the period 1881-1915....

    Published April 28th 2014 by Routledge

  8. Historical Roots of the Urban Crisis

    Blacks in the Industrial City, 1900-1950

    By Henry L. Taylor Jr., Walter Hill

    Series: Crosscurrents in African American History

    This collection of 12 new essays will tell the story of how the gradual transformation of industrial society into service-driven postindustrial society affected black life and culture in the city between 1900 and 1950, and it will shed light on the development of those forces that wreaked havoc in...

    Published April 28th 2014 by Routledge

  9. Muslim Women, Transnational Feminism and the Ethics of Pedagogy

    Contested Imaginaries in Post-9/11 Cultural Practice

    Edited by Lisa K. Taylor, Jasmin Zine

    Series: Routledge Research in Gender and Society

    Following a long historical legacy, Muslim women’s lives continue to be represented and circulate widely as a vehicle of intercultural understanding within a context of the "war on terror." Following Edward Said’s thesis that these cultural forms reflect and participate in the power plays of empire...

    Published April 25th 2014 by Routledge

  10. Deconstructing the Nation

    Immigration, Racism and Citizenship in Modern France

    By Maxim Silverman

    Series: Critical Studies in Racism and Migration

    Deconstructing the Nation examines the connection between racism and the development of the nation-state in modern France. The author raises important questions about the nature of citizenship rights in modern French society and contributes to wider European debates on citizenship. By challenging...

    Published April 24th 2014 by Routledge