- Title Pages
- List of figures
- List of contributors
- Introduction: global conversations on refuge
1Creating proper subjects: the politics of Hmong refugee resettlement in the United States
2‘Niche openings’ and compassionate exclusions: the UK’s response to children during the refugee crisis
3The banality of displacement: re-reading Hannah Arendt to instil critical thought in the Colombian refugee crisis 1
4Refugees welcome? The politics of repatriation and return in a global era of security
5At sea: maritime Palestine displaced
6Privatized housing and never-ending displacement: the temporality of dwelling for displaced Georgians
7Voice through exit: Syrian refugees at the borders of Europe and the struggle to choose where to live
8The global refugee camp: coinciding locales of refuge among Sahrawi refugees in North Africa
9Out-sourcing refuge: distance, deferral, and immunity in the urban governance of refugees
10Visibilising suffering or stealth humanitarianism? The perils of promoting durable protection in cities of the south 1
11Onward pushes and negotiated refuge: theorizing the fluid national and urban regimes of forced migration in Southeast Asia
- Silvia Pasquetti, Romola Sanyal
- Manchester University Press
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