Special Issue out in JEMS: Spatial and Social Im/mobility in Forced Migration: Revisiting Class
With contributions by myself:
1) 'Spatial and social im/mobility in forced migration: revisiting class', with Christian Hunkler, Magdalena Suerbaum & Zeynep Yanasmayan, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2022.2123431 [open access].
2) 'Negotiating class positions in proximate places of refuge: Syrians in Egypt and Somalians in Kenya', with Magdalena Suerbaum, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2022.2123432 [open access].
3) Ayşen Üstübici & Ezgi Elçi - 'Aspirations among young refugees in Turkey: social class, integration and onward migration in forced migration contexts'
4) Clayton Boeyink & Jean-Benoît Falisse - 'Class in camps or the camped class? The making and reshaping of socio-economic inequalities in the refugee camps of north-western Tanzania'
5) Markus Rudolf - 'Classified integration – Urban displaced persons in Dar es Salaam'
6) Jennifer Hough - 'The contradictory effects of South Korean resettlement policy on North Koreans in South Korea'
7) Susanne Bygnes - 'Experiencing and resisting interwoven social boundaries: the case of highly educated recent refugees in Norway'
8) Inka Stock - 'Social class and forced migrants’ perception of the value of international mobility'