Wednesday, December 30, 2020

Celebrating Immprof Books & Book Chapters of 2020

Vincent Le Moign, CC BY 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Immigration law professors published up a storm in 2020.

Here are some of the book chapters that immprofs published this year:

  • Sabrineh Ardalan, EU and US Border Policy: Externalisation of Migration Control and Violation of the Right to Asylum in Securitising Asylum Flows: Deflection, Criminalisation and Challenges for Human Rights (Valsamis Mitsilegas, Violeta Moreno-Lax, and Niovi Vavoula eds., Brill Nijoff Press, 2020).
  • Jason Cade, All the Border’s a Stage: Humanitarian Aid as Expressive Dissent, in 84 Studies in Law, Politics & Society, Special Issue: Law and the Citizen 109 (Austin Sarat, ed., 2020).
  • Anil Kalhan, Hamilton and the Limits of Contemporary Immigration Narratives, in Hamilton and the Law (Lisa A. Tucker ed., Cornell University Press 2020).
  • Elizabeth Keyes, Hamilton's Immigrant Story Today, in Hamilton and the Law (Lisa A. Tucker ed., Cornell University Press 2020).
  • David B. Thronson, Citizenship and Rights of Children, in The Oxford Handbook of Children Rights Law (Jonathan Todres and Shani King, eds., Oxford University Press, 2020).
  • Veronica Tobar Thronson and David B. Thronson, Child Immigration: Barriers Predicated on National Origin and Racial Identity, in Children and Race: Psychology, Public Policy, and Law (Margaret C. Stevenson, Bette L. Bottoms & Kelly Burke, eds., Oxford University Press 2020)

Kevin has already been reviewing the many wonderful books released in 2020. Here's a short list of those authored by immprofs:


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