Political Geography Virtual Special Issue on the Politics of Migration

Political Geography Virtual Special Issue on the Politics of Migration

The following articles are freely available to read online until 16thOctober 2015.

The politics of migration – Anna-Kaisa Kuusisto-Arponen and Mary Gilmartin

Political geography of contemporary events XI: the political geography of asylum: two models and a case study
Political Geography, 8 (2), 1989, 181–196
Wood, W.

The politics of the streets: a geography of Caribana
Political Geography, 11 (2), 1992, 130–151
Jackson, P.

Contemporary European migrations, civic stratification and citizenship
Political Geography, 21 (8), 2002, 1035–1054
Kofman, E.

The state, the migrant labor regime, and maiden workers in China
Political Geography, 23 (3), 2004, 283–305
Fan, C.

Biometric borders: governing mobilities in the war on terror
Political Geography, 25 (3), 2006, 336–351
Amoore, L.

Climate change-induced migration and violent conflict
Political Geography, 26 (6), 2007, 656–673
Reuveny, R.

The emigration state and the modern geopolitical imagination
Political Geography, 27 (8), 2008, 840–856
Gamlen, A.

The enforcement archipelago: Detention, haunting, and asylum on islands
Political Geography, 30 (3), 2011, 118–128
Mountz, A.

Desert ‘trash’: Posthumanism, border struggles, and humanitarian politics
Political Geography, 39, 2014, 11–21
Squire, V.

“We are not animals!” Humanitarian border security and zoopolitical spaces in EUrope
Political Geography, 45, 2015, 1–10
Vaughan-Williams, N.

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