‘Refuge in a Moving World’ Book Published

We are delighted to announce that the Open Access book, Refuge in a Moving World – Tracing Refugee and Migrant Journeys Across Disciplineshas now been published. Click on the image below to access your free PDF Open Access copy of the volume.

Edited by Southern Responses to Displacement’s Principal Investigator Prof. Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, Refuge in a Moving World draws together more than thirty contributions from multiple disciplines and fields of research and practice to discuss different ways of engaging with, and responding to, migration and displacement.

You can access the table of contents here.

The volume combines critical reflections on the complexities of conceptualizing processes and experiences of (forced) migration, with detailed analyses of these experiences in contemporary and historical settings from around the world. In addition to Prof Fiddian-Qasmiyeh’s Introduction to the volume, Part 4 of the volume includes chapters by Southern Responses to Displacement’s PI, Prof. Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, ‘Shifting the gaze: Palestinian and Syrian refugees sharing, making and contesting space in Lebanon’ and Southern Responses to Displacement’s RA, Dr Estella Carpi, where she explores ‘Different shades of ‘neutrality’: Arab Gulf NGO responses to Syrian refugees in northern Lebanon’ and Dr Charlotte Loris-Rodionoff’s chapter, ‘Navigating ambiguous state policies and legal statuses in Turkey: Syrian displacement and migratory horizons.’ These chapters draw on fieldwork completed for the Southern Responses to Displacement research project.   

Featured image: A Syrian couple returning home in Baddawi Camp. (c) E. Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, 2018

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