The Oxford Handbook of Migration Crises

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ISBN:

9780190856908

Publication date:

18/04/2019

Hardback

928 pages

Part of Oxford Handbook

Edited by Dr. Cecilia Menjívar, Dr. Marie Ruiz & and Dr. Immanuel Ness

  • The volume is comprehensive in scope, with essays addressing migration issues in all global regions and exploring why this is a topic that continues to dominate nightly news and government policymakers' agendas.
  • Some essays include testimony from migrants and their children, providing first-person experiences with the hardships and problems prevalent in international migration.
  • Each essay uses the same critical lens throughout the volume, lending it unique analytic consistency, and geared toward answering the same questions: under what conditions do migration flows increase, how and why are migration crises constructed, and what policies are created to address them.

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Part of Oxford Handbook

Edited by Dr. Cecilia Menjívar, Dr. Marie Ruiz & and Dr. Immanuel Ness

Description

The objective of The Oxford Handbook of Migration Crises is to deconstruct, question, and redefine through a critical lens what is commonly understood as "migration crises." The volume covers a wide range of historical, economic, social, political, and environmental conditions that generate migration crises around the globe. At the same time, it illuminates how the media and public officials play a major role in framing migratory flows as crises. The volume brings together an exceptional group of scholars from around the world to critically examine migration crises and to revisit the notion of crisis through the context in which permanent and non-permanent migration flows occur.

The Oxford Handbook of Migration Crises offers an understanding of individuals in societies, socio-economic structures, and group processes. Focusing on migrants' departures and arrivals in all continents, this comprehensive handbook explores the social dynamics of migration crises, with an emphasis on factors that propel these flows as well as the actors that play a role in classifying them and in addressing them. The volume is organized into nine sections. The first section provides a historical overview of the link between migration and crises. The second looks at how migration crises are constructed, while the third section contextualizes the causes and effects of protracted conflicts in producing crises. The fourth focuses on the role of climate and the environment in generating migration crises, while the fifth section examines these migratory flows in migration corridors and transit countries. The sixth section looks at policy responses to migratory flows, The last three sections look at the role media and visual culture, gender, and immigrant incorporation play in migration crises.

About the Editors

Cecilia Menjívar holds the Dorothy L. Meier Endowed Chair at UCLA, where she is a Professor of Sociology. Her research focuses on the role of the state in creating liminal legal statuses and immigrants' experiences of vulnerable legal statuses. Empirically, she focuses on Central American migration to the United States. 

Marie Ruiz is Associate Professor in British Social History at the Université de Picardie Jules Verne, France. Her research focuses on 19th century British female emigration societies. 

Immanuel Ness is Professor of political science at Brooklyn College of the City University of New York and Senior Research Associate at the Centre for Social Change, University of Johannesburg. His research focuses on labour migration, Global South, and global political economy.

Contributors:

Dalia Abdelhady, Lund University
Leisy J. Abrego, University of California, Los Angeles
Olayinka Akanle, University of Ibadan
Idil Atak, Ryerson University
Jen Bagelman, University of Exeter
Pascale Baligand, Université Paris Diderot
Tanya Basok, University of Windsor
Danièle Bélanger, Université Laval
Pablo S. Bose, University of Vermont
Ulbe Bosma, International Institute of Social History
John R. Campbell, School of Oriental & African Studies
Céline Cantat, Central European University
Xavier Casademont Falguera, University of Girona
Jock Collins, University of Technology Sydney
Laurence Cros, Université Paris Diderot
Heike Drotbohm, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
Olugbenga Samuel Falase, Lead City University
Carol Farbotko, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)
Jordi Feu Gelis, University of Girona
Caroline Fleay, Curtin University
Eric Fong, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Jane Freedman, Université Paris 8
Christiane Fröhlich, Universität Hamburg
Ruchira Ganguly-Scrase, RMIT University
Ines Hasselberg, University of Minho
Dirk Hoerder, Arizona State University
Zeynep Kivilcim, Berlin Institute for Advanced Study
Silja Klepp, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
Yingtong Lai, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Rachel A. Lewis, George Mason University
Aijia Li, Chinese University of Hong Kong
John Lie, University of California, Berkeley
Domenico Maddaloni, University of Salerno
Celia McMichael, University of Melbourne
Karen E. McNamara, University of Queensland
Cecilia Menjívar, University of California, Los Angeles
Claudio Minca, Macquarie University
Grazia Moffa, University of Salerno
Richard C.M. Mole, University College London
Maria Cristina Morales, University of Texas at El Paso
Stephanie J. Nawyn, Michigan State University
Immanuel Ness, Brooklyn College
Ayokunle Olumuyiwa Omobowale, University of Ibadan
Mofeyisara Oluwatoyin Omobowale, University of Ibadan
William Outhwaite, Newcastle University
M. Dolores París-Pombo, Colegio de la Frontera Norte
Òscar Prieto-Flores, University of Girona
S. Irudaya Rajan, Centre for Development Studies
Prem Kumar Rajaram, Central European University
Smriti Rao, Assumption College
Eric Richards, Flinders University
Isabelle Rigoni, INS HEA / Grhapes
Marie Ruiz, Université de Picardie Jules Verne
Alex Sager, Portland State University
Danica Santic, University of Belgrade
Cenk Saracoglu, Ankara University
Caress Schenk, Nazarbayev University
Marlou Schrover, Leiden University
Laura Jeanne Sims, Université de Picardie Jules Verne
Ninna Nyberg Sørensen, Danish Institute for International Studies
Claudia Tazreiter, University of New South Wales
Inga K. Thiemann, University of Exeter
Dragan Umek, University of Trieste
Vamsi Vakulabharanam, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Marko Valenta, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Floris Vermeulen, University of Amsterdam
Martha Luz Rojas Wiesner, El Colegio de la Frontera Sur
Ailsa Winton, El Colegio de la Frontera Sur
Caroline Zickgraf, Université de Liège
Drago Zuparic-Iljic, Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies

Part of Oxford Handbook

Edited by Dr. Cecilia Menjívar, Dr. Marie Ruiz & and Dr. Immanuel Ness

Table of contents

Migration Crises: Definitions, Critiques, and Global Contexts
Cecilia Menjívar, Marie Ruiz, and Immanuel Ness
Part I. Historical Contexts
1. Migrations and Macro-Regions in Times of Crises: Long-Term Historiographic Perspectives
Dirk Hoerder
2. Migrants in Crisis in Nineteenth-Century Britain
Eric Richards
3. Memories of a French Migration Crisis: The Harkis
Laura Jeanne Sims
4. Decolonization, Nation Building, and Migration Crises in Southeast Asia
Ulbe Bosma
Part II. Constructions of Crises
5. Migration Crisis and "Brexit"
William Outhwaite
6. Refugee and Romani Immigrant Populations in Barcelona
Xavier Casademont, Òscar Prieto-Flores, and Jordi Feu
7. The Myth of a Migration Crisis in France: Transformations of Public Actions and Solidarist Actions
Isabelle Rigoni
8. The Manufacturing of the U.S.-Mexico Border Crisis
Maria Cristina Morales
9. Refugees in the United States and the Politics of Crisis
Stephanie J. Nawyn
10. The Politics of Refugee Crisis in Hungary: Bordering and Ordering the Nation and Its Others
Céline Cantat and Prem Kumar Rajaram
11. East Asian Exceptionalism to Western Populism and Migration Crisis
John Lie
Part III. Contexts of Protracted Conflicts: Producing Crises
12. Central American Refugees Reveal the Crisis of the State
Leisy J. Abrego
13. Conflicting Perspectives on the "Migrant Crisis" in the Horn of Africa
John R. Campbell
14. Precarious Mobility in Central America and Southern Mexico: Crises and the Struggle to Survive
Martha Luz Rojas Wiesner and Ailsa Winton
15. Migration, Crises, and Social Transformation in India since the 1990s
Smriti Rao and Vamsi Vakulabharanam
16. Syrian Refugees and Turkey: Whose "Crisis"?
Danièle Bélanger and Cenk Saracoglu
Part IV. Climate, Environment
17. Climate-Migration Responses in the Pacific Region
Celia McMichael, Carol Farbotko, and Karen E. McNamara
18. Migration and Environmental Crises in Africa
Ayokunle Olumuyiwa Omobowale, Olayinka Akanle, Olugbenga Samuel Falase, and Mofeyisara Oluwatoyin Omobowale
19. Effects of Climate Change on Migration Crises in Oceania
Christiane Fröhlich and Silja Klepp
20. Climate Change and Migration Crisis in Africa
Caroline Zickgraf
Part V. Migration Corridors & Transit Countries
21. "Refugee Crisis" in the South-East European Countries: The Rise and Fall of the Balkan Corridor
Drago Zuparic-Iljic and Marko Valenta
22. Wars and Migration Crises in Central America: On Missing Persons during Armed Conflict and International Migration
Ninna Nyberg Sørensen
23. Afghan Experiences of Displacement
Ruchira Ganguly-Scrase
24. Migration Crises in Turkey
Zeynep Kivilcim
25. Managing the "Refugee Crisis" along the Balkan Route: Field Notes from Serbia
Claudio Minca, Danica Santic, and Dragan Umek
Part VI. Policy Responses: Criminalization, Control, Detention
26. The Criminalization of Migration in Canada and its Unintended Policy Consequences
Idil Atak
27. Violence at the U.S./Mexican Border
M. Dolores París-Pombo
28. Regional Migration and Argentina's "Hospitality" in Crisis
Tanya Basok
29. Australia and Asylum Seekers who Arrive by Boat
Caroline Fleay
30. The Crisis Mentality of Russian Migration Management
Caress Schenk
31. US and Migration Crises: Refugees in the Past and Present
Pablo S. Bose
32. Deportation, Crisis, and Social Change
Heike Drotbohm and Ines Hasselberg
Part VII. Media Constructions and Visual Cultures
33. Ethics and Migration Crises
Alex Sager
34. Migration Flows and Migration Crisis in Southern Europe
Domenico Maddaloni and Grazia Moffa
35. Narratives of Crisis Migration and the Power of Visual Culture
Claudia Tazreiter
36. Framing the Syrian Refugee: Divergent Discourses in Three National Contexts
Dalia Abdelhady
Part VIII. Gendered Constructions of Crises
37. Gender and Social Exclusion in European Migration Crisis: a Socio-Historical Perspective
Marlou Schrover
38. LGBTQ Migration Crises
Rachel Lewis
39. The Post-Communist Identity Crisis and Queer Migration from Poland
Richard C.M. Mole
40. A Gendered Analysis of the European Refugee "Crisis"
Jane Freedman
41. Human Trafficking as a Migration Crisis: Gender, Precariousness, and Access to Labor Rights
Inga Thiemann
Part IX. Integration, Multiculturalism, Membership
42. Sanctuary and Unsettling "the" Refugee Crisis
Jen Bagelman
43. The Syrian Refugee Crisis, Multiculturalism Issues, and Integration in Canada
Laurence Cros
44. Migration and Integration in China
Eric Fong , Yingtong Lai, and Aijia Li
45. The Paradox of Immigrant Political Participation in Europe amidst Crises of Multiculturalism
Floris Vermeulen
46. Migration to Australia in Times of Crisis
Jock Collins
47. Migration Crisis and Social Trauma
Pascale Baligand
48. The Crisis of Gulf Migration
S. Irudaya Rajan

Part of Oxford Handbook

Edited by Dr. Cecilia Menjívar, Dr. Marie Ruiz & and Dr. Immanuel Ness

Part of Oxford Handbook

Edited by Dr. Cecilia Menjívar, Dr. Marie Ruiz & and Dr. Immanuel Ness

Review

"This volume serves as an excellent entry point for researchers interested in learning more about a topic that has been at the center of political, social, and economic debate." - S.E. Montgomery, CHOICE

Part of Oxford Handbook

Edited by Dr. Cecilia Menjívar, Dr. Marie Ruiz & and Dr. Immanuel Ness

Description

The objective of The Oxford Handbook of Migration Crises is to deconstruct, question, and redefine through a critical lens what is commonly understood as "migration crises." The volume covers a wide range of historical, economic, social, political, and environmental conditions that generate migration crises around the globe. At the same time, it illuminates how the media and public officials play a major role in framing migratory flows as crises. The volume brings together an exceptional group of scholars from around the world to critically examine migration crises and to revisit the notion of crisis through the context in which permanent and non-permanent migration flows occur.

The Oxford Handbook of Migration Crises offers an understanding of individuals in societies, socio-economic structures, and group processes. Focusing on migrants' departures and arrivals in all continents, this comprehensive handbook explores the social dynamics of migration crises, with an emphasis on factors that propel these flows as well as the actors that play a role in classifying them and in addressing them. The volume is organized into nine sections. The first section provides a historical overview of the link between migration and crises. The second looks at how migration crises are constructed, while the third section contextualizes the causes and effects of protracted conflicts in producing crises. The fourth focuses on the role of climate and the environment in generating migration crises, while the fifth section examines these migratory flows in migration corridors and transit countries. The sixth section looks at policy responses to migratory flows, The last three sections look at the role media and visual culture, gender, and immigrant incorporation play in migration crises.

About the Editors

Cecilia Menjívar holds the Dorothy L. Meier Endowed Chair at UCLA, where she is a Professor of Sociology. Her research focuses on the role of the state in creating liminal legal statuses and immigrants' experiences of vulnerable legal statuses. Empirically, she focuses on Central American migration to the United States. 

Marie Ruiz is Associate Professor in British Social History at the Université de Picardie Jules Verne, France. Her research focuses on 19th century British female emigration societies. 

Immanuel Ness is Professor of political science at Brooklyn College of the City University of New York and Senior Research Associate at the Centre for Social Change, University of Johannesburg. His research focuses on labour migration, Global South, and global political economy.

Contributors:

Dalia Abdelhady, Lund University
Leisy J. Abrego, University of California, Los Angeles
Olayinka Akanle, University of Ibadan
Idil Atak, Ryerson University
Jen Bagelman, University of Exeter
Pascale Baligand, Université Paris Diderot
Tanya Basok, University of Windsor
Danièle Bélanger, Université Laval
Pablo S. Bose, University of Vermont
Ulbe Bosma, International Institute of Social History
John R. Campbell, School of Oriental & African Studies
Céline Cantat, Central European University
Xavier Casademont Falguera, University of Girona
Jock Collins, University of Technology Sydney
Laurence Cros, Université Paris Diderot
Heike Drotbohm, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
Olugbenga Samuel Falase, Lead City University
Carol Farbotko, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)
Jordi Feu Gelis, University of Girona
Caroline Fleay, Curtin University
Eric Fong, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Jane Freedman, Université Paris 8
Christiane Fröhlich, Universität Hamburg
Ruchira Ganguly-Scrase, RMIT University
Ines Hasselberg, University of Minho
Dirk Hoerder, Arizona State University
Zeynep Kivilcim, Berlin Institute for Advanced Study
Silja Klepp, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
Yingtong Lai, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Rachel A. Lewis, George Mason University
Aijia Li, Chinese University of Hong Kong
John Lie, University of California, Berkeley
Domenico Maddaloni, University of Salerno
Celia McMichael, University of Melbourne
Karen E. McNamara, University of Queensland
Cecilia Menjívar, University of California, Los Angeles
Claudio Minca, Macquarie University
Grazia Moffa, University of Salerno
Richard C.M. Mole, University College London
Maria Cristina Morales, University of Texas at El Paso
Stephanie J. Nawyn, Michigan State University
Immanuel Ness, Brooklyn College
Ayokunle Olumuyiwa Omobowale, University of Ibadan
Mofeyisara Oluwatoyin Omobowale, University of Ibadan
William Outhwaite, Newcastle University
M. Dolores París-Pombo, Colegio de la Frontera Norte
Òscar Prieto-Flores, University of Girona
S. Irudaya Rajan, Centre for Development Studies
Prem Kumar Rajaram, Central European University
Smriti Rao, Assumption College
Eric Richards, Flinders University
Isabelle Rigoni, INS HEA / Grhapes
Marie Ruiz, Université de Picardie Jules Verne
Alex Sager, Portland State University
Danica Santic, University of Belgrade
Cenk Saracoglu, Ankara University
Caress Schenk, Nazarbayev University
Marlou Schrover, Leiden University
Laura Jeanne Sims, Université de Picardie Jules Verne
Ninna Nyberg Sørensen, Danish Institute for International Studies
Claudia Tazreiter, University of New South Wales
Inga K. Thiemann, University of Exeter
Dragan Umek, University of Trieste
Vamsi Vakulabharanam, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Marko Valenta, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Floris Vermeulen, University of Amsterdam
Martha Luz Rojas Wiesner, El Colegio de la Frontera Sur
Ailsa Winton, El Colegio de la Frontera Sur
Caroline Zickgraf, Université de Liège
Drago Zuparic-Iljic, Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies

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"This volume serves as an excellent entry point for researchers interested in learning more about a topic that has been at the center of political, social, and economic debate." - S.E. Montgomery, CHOICE

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Table of contents

Migration Crises: Definitions, Critiques, and Global Contexts
Cecilia Menjívar, Marie Ruiz, and Immanuel Ness
Part I. Historical Contexts
1. Migrations and Macro-Regions in Times of Crises: Long-Term Historiographic Perspectives
Dirk Hoerder
2. Migrants in Crisis in Nineteenth-Century Britain
Eric Richards
3. Memories of a French Migration Crisis: The Harkis
Laura Jeanne Sims
4. Decolonization, Nation Building, and Migration Crises in Southeast Asia
Ulbe Bosma
Part II. Constructions of Crises
5. Migration Crisis and "Brexit"
William Outhwaite
6. Refugee and Romani Immigrant Populations in Barcelona
Xavier Casademont, Òscar Prieto-Flores, and Jordi Feu
7. The Myth of a Migration Crisis in France: Transformations of Public Actions and Solidarist Actions
Isabelle Rigoni
8. The Manufacturing of the U.S.-Mexico Border Crisis
Maria Cristina Morales
9. Refugees in the United States and the Politics of Crisis
Stephanie J. Nawyn
10. The Politics of Refugee Crisis in Hungary: Bordering and Ordering the Nation and Its Others
Céline Cantat and Prem Kumar Rajaram
11. East Asian Exceptionalism to Western Populism and Migration Crisis
John Lie
Part III. Contexts of Protracted Conflicts: Producing Crises
12. Central American Refugees Reveal the Crisis of the State
Leisy J. Abrego
13. Conflicting Perspectives on the "Migrant Crisis" in the Horn of Africa
John R. Campbell
14. Precarious Mobility in Central America and Southern Mexico: Crises and the Struggle to Survive
Martha Luz Rojas Wiesner and Ailsa Winton
15. Migration, Crises, and Social Transformation in India since the 1990s
Smriti Rao and Vamsi Vakulabharanam
16. Syrian Refugees and Turkey: Whose "Crisis"?
Danièle Bélanger and Cenk Saracoglu
Part IV. Climate, Environment
17. Climate-Migration Responses in the Pacific Region
Celia McMichael, Carol Farbotko, and Karen E. McNamara
18. Migration and Environmental Crises in Africa
Ayokunle Olumuyiwa Omobowale, Olayinka Akanle, Olugbenga Samuel Falase, and Mofeyisara Oluwatoyin Omobowale
19. Effects of Climate Change on Migration Crises in Oceania
Christiane Fröhlich and Silja Klepp
20. Climate Change and Migration Crisis in Africa
Caroline Zickgraf
Part V. Migration Corridors & Transit Countries
21. "Refugee Crisis" in the South-East European Countries: The Rise and Fall of the Balkan Corridor
Drago Zuparic-Iljic and Marko Valenta
22. Wars and Migration Crises in Central America: On Missing Persons during Armed Conflict and International Migration
Ninna Nyberg Sørensen
23. Afghan Experiences of Displacement
Ruchira Ganguly-Scrase
24. Migration Crises in Turkey
Zeynep Kivilcim
25. Managing the "Refugee Crisis" along the Balkan Route: Field Notes from Serbia
Claudio Minca, Danica Santic, and Dragan Umek
Part VI. Policy Responses: Criminalization, Control, Detention
26. The Criminalization of Migration in Canada and its Unintended Policy Consequences
Idil Atak
27. Violence at the U.S./Mexican Border
M. Dolores París-Pombo
28. Regional Migration and Argentina's "Hospitality" in Crisis
Tanya Basok
29. Australia and Asylum Seekers who Arrive by Boat
Caroline Fleay
30. The Crisis Mentality of Russian Migration Management
Caress Schenk
31. US and Migration Crises: Refugees in the Past and Present
Pablo S. Bose
32. Deportation, Crisis, and Social Change
Heike Drotbohm and Ines Hasselberg
Part VII. Media Constructions and Visual Cultures
33. Ethics and Migration Crises
Alex Sager
34. Migration Flows and Migration Crisis in Southern Europe
Domenico Maddaloni and Grazia Moffa
35. Narratives of Crisis Migration and the Power of Visual Culture
Claudia Tazreiter
36. Framing the Syrian Refugee: Divergent Discourses in Three National Contexts
Dalia Abdelhady
Part VIII. Gendered Constructions of Crises
37. Gender and Social Exclusion in European Migration Crisis: a Socio-Historical Perspective
Marlou Schrover
38. LGBTQ Migration Crises
Rachel Lewis
39. The Post-Communist Identity Crisis and Queer Migration from Poland
Richard C.M. Mole
40. A Gendered Analysis of the European Refugee "Crisis"
Jane Freedman
41. Human Trafficking as a Migration Crisis: Gender, Precariousness, and Access to Labor Rights
Inga Thiemann
Part IX. Integration, Multiculturalism, Membership
42. Sanctuary and Unsettling "the" Refugee Crisis
Jen Bagelman
43. The Syrian Refugee Crisis, Multiculturalism Issues, and Integration in Canada
Laurence Cros
44. Migration and Integration in China
Eric Fong , Yingtong Lai, and Aijia Li
45. The Paradox of Immigrant Political Participation in Europe amidst Crises of Multiculturalism
Floris Vermeulen
46. Migration to Australia in Times of Crisis
Jock Collins
47. Migration Crisis and Social Trauma
Pascale Baligand
48. The Crisis of Gulf Migration
S. Irudaya Rajan

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