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Transnationell migration

Människor blir alltmer rörliga men det blir allt svårare för outbildade migranter att ta sig över nationella gränser. Detta har lett till ökande illegal migration, staters försök att reglera detta, samt debatter om migranters rättigheter. I denna kurs undersöks den förändrande relationen mellan transnationell rörlighet, statlig reglering, och migranters erfarenheter, ur globalt och historiskt perspektiv.

  • Schema

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  • Kurslitteratur

    Observera att kurslitteraturen kan ändras fram till två månader före kursstart.

    Labour

    Parthiban Muniandy (2018) From the pasar to the mamak stall: refugees and migrants as surplus ghost labor in Malaysia’s food service industry.  Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 1-16 (16)

    Prem Kumar Rajaram (2018) Refugees as Surplus Population: Race, Migration and Capitalist Value Regimes, New Political Economy, Vol 23(5): 627-639 (12)

    Sylvie Bredeloup (2013) The Figure of the Adventurer as an African Migrant. Journal of African Cultural Studies, Vol 25(2): 170-182 (12)

    Gendering Migration 

    Grisel, Jillian (2017). Bodies of Hope and Disruption. Kohl: a Journal for Body and Gender Research Vol. 3 (1): 78-92 (14) 

    Giulia Scalettaris, Alessandro Monsutti & Antonio Donini (2019) Young Afghans at the doorsteps of Europe: the difficult art of being a successful migrant, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (17)

    Temporalities 

    El-Shaarawi, Nadia (2015) Living an Uncertain Future: Temporality, Uncertainty and Well-Being among Iraqi Refugees in Egypt. Social Analysis 59 (1): 38–56. (18)

    Henrik Vigh, 2009, Wayward Migration: On Imagined Futures and Technological Voids, Ethnos Vol 71(1): 91-109

    Melanie B.E. Griffiths (2014) Out of Time: The Temporal Uncertainties of Refused Asylum Seekers and Immigration Detainees, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 40:12, 1991-2009, 

    Routes 

    Nadia El-Shaarawi & Maple Razsa (2018): Movements upon Movements: Refugee and Activist Struggles to Open the Balkan Route to Europe. History and Anthropology, 30(1): 91-112 (21)

    Jason De León (2015), The Land of Open Graves, University of California Press
    380 pages (Book)

    Materialities

    Walters, William (2015) Migration, Vehicles, and Politics: Three Theses on Viapolitics. European Journal of Social Theory 18 (4): 469–488. (19)

    Sanaa Alimia (2019) Performing the Afghanistan–Pakistan Border Through Refugee ID Cards. Geopolitics, 24:2, 391-425 (34)

    Hattam, Victoria (2016)  Imperial designs: remembering Vietnam at the US–Mexico border wall.  Memory Studies 9: 27–47. (20)

    Radhika Viyas Mongia (1999) Race, Nationality, Mobility: A History of the Passport Public Culture, 11 (3): 527-555.

    Methodology and Ethnography 

    Ramsay, G. (2019). Time and the other in crisis: How anthropology makes its displaced object. Anthropological Theory. (28)

    Heath Cabot 2019 The Business of Anthropology and the European Refugee Regime. American Ethnologists, Vol 46(3):  261-275 (14)

    Olayinka Akanle , Olabisi Sherifat Yusuff , Qudus Oluwatoyin Adebayo & Kamorudeen Adegboyega (2013) African Scholarship and Visa Challenges for Nigerian Academics, International Journal of Sociology, 43:1, 79-95