Publications

Refuge: Canada’s Journal on Refugees
Refuge is a non-profit, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed, bilingual journal. It publishes analytical, reflective, and probing articles from a wide range of disciplinary and regional perspectives, presenting writing of academics, policy-makers, and practitioners in the field of forced migration. The journal provides space for discussion of emerging themes and debates, as well as ongoing topics. The journal also features a book review section and occasionally publishes special issues on specific themes related to forced migration. Refuge publishes articles in both English and French.


Policy Briefs Submitted to the Government of Canada, December 2016 (in partnership with the Refugee Research Network)

Age & Generation in Canada’s Migration Law, Policy, & Programming, by Christina Clark-Kazak, York University

The Humanitarian-Development Nexus: Opportunities for Canadian Leadership, by Kevin Dunbar, CARE Canada & James Milner, Carleton University

Environmental Displacement and Environmental Migration: Blurred Boundaries Require Integrated Policies, by Michaela Hynie, York University; Prateep Nayak, University of Waterloo, Teresa Gomes & Ifrah Abdillah, University of Toronto

The State of Private Refugee Sponsorship in Canada: Trends, Issues, and Impacts by Jennifer Hyndman, William Payne and Shauna Jimenez, York University


Examining Enterprise Capacity: A Participatory Social Assessment in Darfur and Southern Sudan

Technical, Vocational, and Entrepreneurial Capacities in Southern Sudan: Assessment and Opportunities


Scholarly Articles from CRS Members and Projects

2016-2017

2017 Clark-Kazak, Christina, Structural Context for Refugee Claimants in Canada. In Structural Context of Refugee Integration in Canada and Germany, edited by Annette Korntheuer, Paul Pritchard and Débora B. Maehler, Koln: GESIS. 129-132.

2016 Clark-Kazak, Christina, Mainstreaming social age and generation in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Progress, pitfalls and prospects. In ‘Generationing’ Development, edited by Roy Huijsmans, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. 103-124.

2016 Clark-Kazak, Christina,  Age mainstreaming in Canadian Law and Policy. Briefing note to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.

2017 Dewitt, David, H-Diplo ISSF Article Review of Tsuyoshi Kawasaki, “Where Does Canada Fit in the US-China Strategic Competition across the Pacific?”  International Journal 71:2 (June 2016): 214-230, forthcoming, 06 January, 2017:  https://networkds.h-net.org/h-diplo   

2016 Dewitt, David, Canada and the Middle East, (with Bessma Momani), in James Fergusson and Francis Furtado, eds. Beyond Afghanistan: An International Security Agenda for Canada (Vancouver:  UBC Press)

2016 Dewitt, David, Canada and the South China Sea, (with David Welch), in Asif B. Farooq and Scott McNight, eds. Moving Forward:  45 Years of Canada-China Relations (Munk School of Global Affairs, Asian Institute and Political Science, University of Toronto)

 

2017 Giles, Wenona, Hyndman, Jennifer, Refugees in Extended Exile: Living on the Edge.  Routledge.

2016 Good Gingrich, L.  Out of place:  Social exclusion and Mennonite migrants in Canada. U of Toronto Press.

2017 Hyndman, J. and W. Giles. Refugees in Extended Exile: Living on the Edge, Routledge.

2017 Hyndman, J., W. Payne, and S. Jimenez “The State of Private Refugee Sponsorship in Canada: Trends, Issues, and Impacts”, Refugee Research Network brief (http://refugeeresearch.net/rrn_node/private-refugee-sponsorship-in-canada/)

2017 Hyndman, J., W. Payne, and S. Jimenez “A Unique Experiment: Private Refugee Sponsorship in Canada”, Forced Migration Review, issue 54, 56-59.

2016 Büscher, B., R. Fletcher, D. Brockington, C. Sandbrook, W. Adams, L. Campbell, C. Corson, W. Dressler, R. Duffy, N. Gray, G. Holmes, A. Kelly, E. Lunstrum, M. Ramutsindela, K. Shanker.  Half-Earth or Whole Earth? Radical ideas for conservation and their implications. Oryx, 1-4. (Introduction)

2017 Hamidi, Foad, Patrick Mbullo Owuor, Michaela Hynie, Melanie Baljko and Susan McGrath. “Potentials of Digital Assistive Technology and Special Education in Kenya.” In Sustainable ICT Adoption and Integration for Socio-Economic Development, ed. Charles K. Ayo and Victor Mbarika, 125-151. doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-2565-3.ch006

2016 MacLaren, Duncan, Susan McGrath & Ei Phyu Smith. “Living with the community is more safe”: Settlement Experiences of the Karen in Australia. In Morgan Poteet & Shiva Nourpanah (eds.) After the Flight: The Dynamics of Refugee Settlement and Integration. Newcastle upon Tyne UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 64-80.

2017   Canefe, N., “Syrians are Coming” Arts Narrative Journal of Narrative Politics, 3 (2): 169-170

2017   Canefe, N., Refugee Watch, Special Issue titled Syrians are Coming, Lead Article on the Syrian Exodus and editor of the special issue (March 2017)

2016   Canefe, N., “The Politics of Public Protests Against Extractivism in Turkey.” Peace Review 28, no. 1: 10-19.

2016  Canefe, N., “The New Politics of Constitutionalism and Public Law in Contemporary Middle East: the Clarion Call of Muslim Democracy,” Journal of Middle Eastern Law and Governance (forthcoming for May 2017)

2016   Canefe, N., ‘Aristotle’s Ethics and its Legacy in International Criminal Law,” in IMAGES OF EUROPE – Past, Present, Future – ISSEI 2014 Conference Proceedings, Porto Portugal

2016   Canefe, N., “Management of Irregular Migration: Syrians in Turkey as Paradigm Shifters for Forced Migration Studies,” New Perspectives on Turkey 54 (2): 9-32.

2017 Hamidi, F., Owuor, P.M., Hynie, M., Baljko, M., & McGrath, S. Potentials of digital assistive technology and special education in Kenya. In C. Ayo, & V. Mbarika (Eds.), Handbook of Research on sustainable ICT adoption and integration for socio-economic development (pp. 151-169). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

2017 Hynie, M., Qasim, K., & Das, M. Access to health care in Canada. In A. Korntheueur & P. Pritchard (Eds.). Structural context of refugee integration in Canada and Germany. GESIS Series, 15 (pp. 81-86). Cologne, Germany: GESIS—Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences.

2016 Hynie, M. & Changoor, T. Employment pathways for refugees, Part 1: Barriers on the pathway to a good job and the importance of getting there. Canadian Diversity, Special Issue: Refugee Pathways, 13(2), 31-35.

2016 Ali, H., Dumbuya, B., Hynie, M., Idahosa, P., Keil, R.,& Perkins, P. The social and political dimensions of the Ebola response:  Global inequality, climate change, and infectious disease. In W. Leal Filho, U.M. Azeiteiro, & F. Alves, Eds. Climate change and health: Improving resilience and reducing risks (pp. 151-169). Switzerland: Springer International Publishing.

2016 Hynie, M., Korn, A., & Tao, D. Social context and social integration for Government Assisted Refugees in Ontario, Canada (pp. 183-227). In M. Poteet & S. Nourpanah (Eds.), After the flight: The dynamics of refugee settlement and integration. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars.

2016 Hynie, M., Ardern, C. I., & Robertson, A. Emergency room visits by uninsured child and adult residents in Ontario, Canada: What diagnoses, severity and visit disposition reveal about the impact of being uninsured. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health. 9 pp. DOI: 10.1007/s10903-016-0351-0

2017 Maas, W. “Free Movement and the Difference that Citizenship Makes,” in Antonio Varsori, Elena Calandri, and Simone Paoli, eds., Peoples and Borders. Seventy Years of Movement of Persons in Europe, to Europe, from Europe (Baden-Baden: Nomos).

2016 Maas, W. Sixty-Five Years of European Governance, special issue of the Journal of Contemporary European Research, vol.12 no.1 392-590. Co-edited, with Alexander Caviedes. url http://www.jcer.net/index.php/jcer/issue/view/43

2016 Maas, W. “European Governance of Citizenship and Nationality,” in Journal of Contemporary European Research, vol.12 no.1, pp.532-551.

2017 Mekouar, Merouan. “Police Collapse in Authoritarian Regimes: Lessons from Tunisia” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism (Accepted): 1-29.

2016 Mekouar, Merouan.  Protest and Mass Mobilization: Authoritarian Collapse and Political Change in North Africa. London and New York: Routledge. 1-168.

2017 O.C. Okafor, B.C. Ugochukwu, and Z. Lomo, eds., International Human Rights Engagements in the Global South: The Case of Canada and Nigeria (2016) 24 African Yearbook of International Law (forthcoming) 356 pages

2017 O.C. Okafor, “Praxis and the International (Human Rights) Law Scholar: Towards the Intensification of TWAILian Dramaturgy” (2016) Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice (in press) 34 pages

2016 O.C. Okafor, “The International Law of Secession and the Protection of the Human Rights of Oppressed Sub-State Groups” Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow” 1 Nigerian Yearbook of International Law (in press) 23 pages

2017 Rehaag, Sean, “Sexual Orientation in Canada’s Revised Refugee Determination System: An Empirical Snapshot”  Canadian Journal of Women and the Law, Vol. 29 No 2,  p. 259-289

2017 Rehaag, Sean, I Simply Do Not Believe: A Case Study of Credibility Determinations in Canadian Refugee Adjudication,Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues 38: p. 38-70.

2016 Rehaag, Sean, “Refugee Claim Data & IRB Member Grant Rates” (2017) Canadian Council for Refugees, online: http://ccrweb.ca/en/2016-refugee-claim-data.

2016 Simeon, James C., Co-edited with M. J. Molloy, “The Indochinese Refugee Movement and the Launch of Canada’s Private Sponsorship Program,” in Refuge, Special Issue on the Indochinese Refugee Movement in Canada, Vol. 32, No. 2, (2016).  

2016 Simeon, James C., With Tom Clark, “War, Armed Conflict, and Refugees: United Nations Endless Battle for Peace,” Refugee Survey Quarterly, September 2016, 0, 1–36, doi: 10.1093/rsq/hdw010.

2016 Simeon, James C., “The Human Rights Bases for Refugee Protection in Canada,” Human Rights and the Refugee Definition: Comparative Legal Practice and Theory. Bruce Burson and David James Cantor, eds., Leiden: Brill Nijhoff.

2016 Simeon, James C., “Fleeing from War”, Peace Magazine, July-September 2016, pp. 22-23.

2016   Soennecken, D. “The Paradox of Docket Control: Empowering Judges, Frustrating Refugees,” invited contributor, part of special issue; Law & Policy, October 2016, DOI: 10.1111/lapo.12062.

2017 Topak, O. E.  “Migrant Protest in Times of Crisis: Politics, Ethics and the Sacred From Below.” Citizenship Studies, 21(1): 1-21.

2016 S. Killoran-McKibbin and A. Zalik.  “Rethinking the Extractive/ Productive Binary under Neoliberalism” in Springer, MacLeavy and Birch (eds.) The Handbook of Neoliberalism, Routledge.

2016 Osuoka and A. Zalik. “Wealth and Oil, No Change There” in Handbook on Wealth and the Super Rich. I. Hay and J. Beaverstock (eds). Edward Elgar Publishing.

2016  Zalik, A. “Duty to consult or License to Operate?  Corporate Social Practice and Industrial Conflict in the Alberta Tar Sands and the Nigerian Niger Delta” in Laurie Adkin (ed). First World Petro-Politics: The Political Ecology and Governance of Alberta. University of Toronto Press.

2015-2016

Basu, R., and Fiedler, R.S (2016) Integrative Multiplicity through Suburban Realities: Exploring diversity through public spaces in Scarborough in Urban Geography, DOI:10.1080/02723638.2016.1139864.

Mountz, A., Bonds, A., Mansfield,B., Loyd, J., Hyndman,J, Walton-Roberts, M., Basu, R., Whitson, R., Hawkins, R., Hamilton, T., Curran, W. (2015) For slow scholarship: A feminist politics of resistance through collective action in the neoliberal university ACME

Murnaghan, A. and Basu, R.  (2015) Playfully Negotiating Publics: Children, Space and Activism in the City in  Dutt, Ashok K., Allen G. Noble, Frank G. Costa, Rajiv R. Thakur and Surya Kant (eds) Spatial Diversity and Dynamics in Resources and Urban Development (Urban Development – Volume II), Netherlands: Springer

Lo, L., Preston, V., Anisef, P., S., Basu, R. and Wang. (2015). Social Infrastructure and Vulnerability in the Suburbs. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

2016 Canefe, Nergis, “The Politics of Public Protests Against Extractivism in Turkey”, in Peace Review: A Journal of Social Justice, Volume 28, Issue 1

Clark-Kazak, Christina. 2014, 2016 (second edition). From “children-in-development” to social age mainstreaming in Canada’s development policy and programming? Practice, prospects and proposals. In Rethinking Canadian Aid, edited by Stephen Brown, Molly den Heyer and David R. Black. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press.

Clark-Kazak, Christina. 2016. “Teaching Migration Studies” Migration  Studies. (Accepted for  Publication)

Clark-Kazak, Christina. 2016. Mainstreaming social age and generation in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Progress, pitfalls and prospects. In in ‘Generationing’ Development, edited by Roy Huijsmans, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. (Accepted for publication)

Clark-Kazak, Christina. Forthcoming. Questioning age discrimination in migration law, policy and  programming: A conceptual and theoretical framework. Refuge: Canada’s Journal on Refugees.

Landolt, Patricia and Luin Goldring,  2015 “Assembling Noncitizenship through the Work of Conditionality.”  Citizenship Studies 19 (8): 853-869 (16 pgs.)  Special issue: Theorising Noncitizenship.

Lewchuck, Wayne, Michelynn Lafleche, Stephanie Procyk, Charlene Cook, Diane Dyson, Luin Goldring, Karen Lior, Alan Meisner, John Shields, Anthony Tambureno, Peter Viducis.   2015 The Precarity Penalty: The impact of employment precarity on individuals, households and communities – and what to do about it. Toronto: United Way of Greater Toronto and McMaster University.  May.  www.pepso.ca

Good Gingrich, L. & Lightman, N.  (2015). The empirical measurement of a theoretical concept: Tracing social exclusion among racial minority and migrant groups in Canada. Social Inclusion 3(4), 98-111.

Swift, K., Good Gingrich, L. & Brown, M.  (2016).  Social work education:  The challenge of neoliberalism (Chapter 33).  In Taylor, I., Bogo, M., Lefevre, M. & Teater, B. (Eds.).  International Handbook of Social Work Education. Routledge.

Mountz, A., A. Bonds, B. Mansfield, J. Loyd, J. Hyndman, M. Walton-Roberts, R. Basu, R. Whitson, R. Hawkins, T. Hamilton, W. Curran. “For slow scholarship: a feminist politics of resistance through collective action in the neoliberal university.” ACME, International E-Journal for Critical Geographies, 14(4):1235-1259, 2015.

Hyndman, J. “‘War Without Sound’: The Securitization of Development in the Absence of Peace,” Stability: International Journal of Security and Development 4(1): 14, 2015, http://dx.doi.org/10.5334/sta.fa

Khan, A. and J. Hyndman.Navigating Civil War Through Youth Migration, Education, and Family Separation,” Refuge 31(2): 75-84, 2015.

Bohr, Y. & Hynie, M. (with L. Armour). (2015). Focusing on resilience in Canadian immigrant mother’s mental
health. In Khanlou N. & Pilkington B. (Editors). Women’s mental health: Resistance and resilience in community and society (pp 233-245). Advances in Mental Health and Addiction (Series Editor: Masood Zangeneh). New York: Springer.

Hynie, M., Umubyeyi, B., Gasanganwa, M.C., Bohr, Y., McGrath, S., & Umuziga, P. & Mukarusanga, B. (2015). Community resilience and community interventions for post-natal depression: Reflecting on maternal mental health in Rwanda.  In Khanlou N. & Pilkington B. (Editors). Women’s mental health: Resistance and resilience in community and society. (pp 343-356). Advances in Mental Health and Addiction (Series Editor: Masood Zangeneh). New York: Springer.

Mitchell, G.J., Cross, N., George, O., Hynie, M., Kumar, K., Owston, R., Sinclair, D., & Wickens, R. (2016). Complexity pedagogy and e-learning: Emergence in relational networks. International Research in Higher Education, 1(1). http://www.sciedupress.com/journal/index.php/irhe/article/view/9136

Yusa, A., Hynie, M., & Mitchell, S. (2016). Utilization of internal evaluation results by community mental health organizations: Credibility in different forms. Evaluation and Program Planning, 54, 11-18

Ng, A. & Hynie, M. (2016). Naïve dialecticism and indecisiveness: Mediating mechanism and downstream consequences. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology (47) 263-276 DOI: 10.1177/0022022115613861

Guruge, S., Shakya, Y., & Hynie, M. (2015) Refugee youth and migration: Using arts-informed research to understand changes in roles and responsibilities. Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 16(3), 36 pp.

Singh, M., Hynie, M., Rivera, T., Macisaac, L., Gladman, A., & Cheng, A. (2015). An evaluation study of the implementation of stroke best practice guidelines using a Knowledge Transfer Team approach. Canadian Journal of Neuroscience Nursing, 37(1), 24-33.

Mekouar, Merouan., 2016. Protest and Mass Mobilization: Authoritarian Collapse and Political Change in North Africa. London and New York: Routledge.

McGrath, Susan, Bill Lee, Ken Moffatt, Mirna Carranza, and Andrea Lagios. (2015). Collective Trauma as a Personal/Social Concern for LGBTTTSQ Persons. In Brian J. O’Neill, Tracy A. Swan, Nick J. Mulé, (Eds.) LGBTQ People and Social Work: Intersectional Perspectives. Toronto: CSPI, pp. 213-232.

Hynie, M., Umubyeyi, B., Gasanganwa, M.C., Bohr, Y., McGrath, S. & Umuziga, P. (With Mukarusanga, B.). (2015). Community Resilience and Community Interventions for Post-Natal Depression: Reflecting on Maternal Mental Health in Rwanda. In N. Khanlou, & B. Pilkington, (Eds.) Women’s Mental Health: Resistance and Resilience in Community and Society. New York: Springer, (pp 343-356).

Quadir, Fahim. Civil Society in Asia: in search of democracy and development in Bangladesh, Aldershot: Ashgate, 2015.

Quadir, Fahim. “South-South Cooperation, Realpolitik, and the Changing Global Aid Architecture: exploring the role of Southern aid providers in development cooperation”, in Craig N Murphy et. al., eds., The Palgrave Handbook of Contemporary International Political Economy, London: Palgrave, 2015.

Quadir, Fahim. “Civil Society in Bangladesh: in search of democracy and development”, in Fahimul Quadir ed., Civil Society in Asia: in search of democracy and development in Bangladesh, Aldershot: Ashgate, 2015: 1-18.

Grant, Angus Gavin and Rehaag, Sean, Unappealing: An Assessment of the Limits on Appeal Rights in Canada’s New Refugee Determination System (August 19, 2015). UBC Law Review, Forthcoming; Osgoode Legal Studies Research Paper No. 42/2015. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2647638

Beaudoin, Julianna and Danch, Jennifer and Rehaag, Sean, No Refuge: Hungarian Romani Refugee Claimants in Canada (April 2, 2015). Osgoode Hall Law Journal, Forthcoming; Osgoode Legal Studies Research Paper No. 12/2015. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2588058

Lippert, Randy K., Rehaag, S. (eds), Sanctuary Practices in International Perspectives: Migration, Citizenship, and Social Movements, Johns Hopkins University Press, 2015

Simeon, James C., “The Application and Interpretation of International Humanitarian Law and International Criminal Law in the Exclusion of those Refugee Claimants who have Committed War Crimes and/or Crimes Against Humanity in Canada”, International Journal of Refugee Law, (27.1), 2015

Simeon, James C., “The Human Rights Bases of Refugee Protection in Canada”, in Human Rights and the Refugee Definition, Bruce Burson and David Cantor (eds), International Refugee Law Series, Brill, Vol. 5, 2016

Topak, OE, Bracken-Roche C, Saulnier A, and Lyon, D. (2015) “From Smart Borders to Perimeter Security: The Expansion of Digital Surveillance at the Canadian Borders”, Geopolitics, 20 (4); 880-899

Topak, OE (2015) “Surveillance, migrant deaths and humanitarianism in the Mediterranean”, openDemocracy, 28 April 2015

Zalik, A. (2016). “Duty to Consult or License to Operate? Corporate Social Practice and Industrial Conflict in the Alberta Tar Sands and Nigerian Niger Delta”, p 356-384 in Laurie Adkin (ed). First World Petro-Politics: The Political Ecology and Governance of Alberta. University of Toronto Press.

Carter, A & Zalik, A. (2016). “Fossil Capitalism and the Rentier State: Towards a Political Ecology of Alberta’s Oil Economy”, p 51-77 in Laurie Adkin (ed). First World Petro-Politics: The Political Ecology and Governance of Alberta. University of Toronto Press.

I. A. Osuoka and Zalik, A. (2016). “No Change There! Wealth and Oil” in I. Hay and J. Beaverstock (eds). Handbook on Wealth and the Super-Rich. Edward Elgar.

Zalik, A. (2015). “Trading on the Offshore: Territorialization and the Ocean Grab in the International Seabed” p 173-190.  K. Ervine and G. Fridell (eds).  In Beyond Free Trade: Alternative Approaches to Trade, Politics and Power, Palgrave MacMillan.

Zalik, A. (2015). “Vicious Transparency: Contesting Canada’s Hydrocarbon Future ” p 354-370 , Hannah Appel, Arthur Mason, Michael Watts (eds). In Subterranean Estates:  Life Worlds of Oil and Gas. Ithaca, Cornell University Press.

Zalik, A, (2015). “Transparency, Auditability and the Contradictions of Corporate Social Responsibility”, p 72-91 in Charlotte Walker-Said (ed) Corporate Social Responsibility?  University of Chicago Press.

2015    Lunstrum, E., Bose, P. and Zalik, A. (2015), Environmental displacement: the common ground of climate change, extraction and conservation. Area. doi: 10.1111/area.12193

2015    Arroyo, M. and Zalik, A. Displacement and denationalisation: the Mexican Gulf 75 years after the expropriation. Area. doi: 10.1111/area.12183 

2013-2014

Arbel, E., & Brenner, A. (2013). Bordering on failure: Canada-US border policy and the politics of refugee exclusion. Harvard Immigration and Refugee Law Clinical Program, Harvard Law School. Available at: http://harvardimmigrationclinic.wordpress.com/2013/11/26/harvard-report-finds-canada-u-s-failing-in-refugee-protection-obligations/ (Refugee Research Network)

Bose, P., & Lunstrum, L. (Eds.). (2014). Special Issue: Environmentally Induced Displacement and Forced Migration. Refuge 29(2).

Clark-Kazak, C. (Ed.) (2013). Special issue: Age, generation, and migration to Canada: Practice and policy implications. Canadian Journal of Ethnic Studies 44(3). [Citations (GS): 5.]

Clark-Kazak, C., & Orgocka, A. (Eds.). (2012). Independent child migration: Insights into age, agency and family decision-making. New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development series. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. [Citations (Web of Science [WOS]): 3]

Galloway, D. Refugee determination. In S. Kneebone, D. Stevens, & L. Baldassar (Eds.), Refugee protection and the role of law: Conflicting identities. New York: Routledge (forthcoming, May 2014) (Refugee Research Network)

Hyndman, J. (2011). Research summary on resettled refugee integration in Canada. Analysis commissioned by the UNHCR. Available at: www.unhcr.org/4e4123d19.html. [Accessed 805 times via RRN website; citations (Google Scholar [GS]): 3.]

Hyndman, J., & Friesen, C. (2011). A sector-based research agenda: Issues affecting Government-Assisted Refugees in Canada. Available at: http://www.refugeeresearch.net/research_agenda. [Accessed 1,404 times via RRN website.]

Jordan, S., Bahreini, R., & Lidstone, R. (2011). LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) Refugees & Sexual Orientation / gender identity asylum: An annotated bibliography of selected legal and social scientific publications. Available at: http://www.refugeeresearch.net/sites/default/files/Draft%20LGBT%20Asylum%20Biblio%201.pdf

Massé, F., & Lunstrum, L. (2013). Annotated bibliography on nature-society relations in and of international borders.  Available at: http://www.refugeeresearch.net/sites/default/files/Masse-Lunstrum%20Bib%20on%20NS%20Relatios-Borders%20FINAL%2010-2013.pdf.

McGrath, S., Wood, P.B., & Young, J.E.E. (2010). Safe havens? Mapping the provision of settlement services in three Canadian urban centres. Canadian Social Work Journal 12(1): 192-199. [Citations (GS): 1]

Moffatt, K., Carranza, M., Lee, B., McGrath, S., & George, U. (2013). Collective trauma as a personal/social concern for persons within marginalized communities. International Journal of Community Diversity 12(4): 61-80.

Nobe Ghelani, C. (2013). Annotated bibliography: Compiled for the cluster on methodology and knowledge production in forced migration contexts. Available at: http://refugeeresearch.net/sites/default/files/ResearchMethodology.ForcedMigration-AnnotatedBibliography.June2013_0.pdf (Refugee Research Network)

Ravecca, P., & Payne, W. (2011). Trade and Investment-Induced Population Displacement in Latin America: Workshop Report and Summary of Workshop Proceedings. Available at: http://www.refugeeresearch.net/sites/default/files/Workshop%20Report%20-%20TIIDLA_0.pdf

Simeon, J.C. (Ed.) (2010). Critical issues in international refugee law: Strategies towards interpretative harmony. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Citations (GS): 3.]

Simeon, J.C. (Ed). (2013). The UNHCR and the supervision of international refugee law. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Silverman, S.J. (2013). Annotated bibliography: Key academic research on detention and asylum. Available at: http://refugeeresearch.net/ms/detention/publications/key-academic-research/. (Refugee Research Network)

Silverman, S.J. (2013). Detention in Canada. Available at: http://refugeeresearch.net/ms/detention/detention-asylum-in-countries/detention-in-canada/. (Refugee Research Network)

Wood, P.B., McGrath, S., & Young, J.E.E. (2012). The emotional city: Refugee resettlement in Calgary. Journal for International Migration and Integration 13(1): 21-37. [Citations (GS): 2]

2012-2013

Clark-Kazak, Christina and Aida Orgocka, eds. 2012. Independent child migration – Insights into age, agency and family decision-making. New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development series. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Clark-Kazak, Christina. 2012. Conclusions, reflections and prospects for future research, policy and programming. In Independent child migration – Insights into age, agency and family decision-making, edited by C. Clark-Kazak and A. Orgocka. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Clark-Kazak, Christina. 2012. Research as ‘social work’? Managing expectations, compensation and relationships in research with unassisted, urban refugees from the Democratic Republic of Congo. In Field Research in the Great Lakes Region: The Story behind the Findings, edited by A. Ansom, S. Thomson and J. Murison. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Clark-Kazak, Christina. 2012. The Politics of Formal Education in Refugee Contexts: Education, Class and Decision-Making amongst Congolese Young People in Uganda. Refuge 27(2): 57-64.

Don Dippo, Aida Orgocka and Wenona Giles, “Feasibility Study Report: The provision of Higher Education for Long-Term refugees in the Dadaab Camps, Kenya”, MasterCard Foundation, 2012. http://crs.yorku.ca/bher-dadaab-feasibility-study-report.

Don Dippo, “Pre-Service Teaching and Pedagogies of Transformation”, in Rosalyn McKeown and Victor Nolet (Eds.), Schooling for Sustainable Development in Canadaand the United States, Berlin: Springer 2012.

Don Dippo and Carl James, “The Urbanization of Suburbia: Implications for Inner-Suburban Schools and Communities”, in Roger Keil, Patricia Wood, Douglas Young (Eds.), In-Between Infrastructure: Urban Connectivity in an Age of Vulnerability, Kelowna: UBC Praxis (e) Press, 2010.

Steve Alsop, Patricia Ames, Graciela Cordero Arroyo, Don Dippo, “Programa de Fortalecimiento de Capacidades: Reflections on a Case Study of Community-Based Teacher Education Set in Rural Northern Peru”, International Review of Education, Volume 56, 2010, pp. 633-649.

Don Dippo, “From Refuge to Polis:  Shifting the Rationale for Religiosity in Schools”.  Educational Policy, Jan 2010; vol. 24: pp. 216 – 220.

Hyndman, J. “A Refugee Camp Conundrum: Geopolitics, Liberal Democracy, and Protracted Refugee Situations,” Refuge, forthcoming 28(2).

Hyndman, J. “Geopolitics of Migration and Mobility,” introductory paper in special issue of Geopolitics, 17: 1-12, 2012.

Hyndman, J. Dual Disasters: Humanitarian Aid after the 2004 Tsunami. Sterling VA: Kumarian Press, 2011

Hyndman, J. & W. Giles. “Waiting: Linking Protracted Refugee Situations to Asylum Policies in the Global North, Gender, Place, & Culture, 18(3):361-379, 2011

Hyndman, J. (2011) “Research Summary on Resettled Refugee Integration in Canada,” an analysis commissioned by the UNHCR, available at www.unhcr.org/4e4123d19.html

Sherrell, K., C. Friesen, J. Hyndman, S. Subrath (2011) “From ‘One Nation, One People’ to ‘Operation Swaagatem’: Bhutanese Refugees in Coquitlam, BC”, Metropolis Working paper #11-11.

Brunner, L., J. Hyndman, & C. Friesen (2011) “Post-IRPA GARs from Aceh: Policy Recommendations”, Our Diverse Cities , 8: 106-112.

Hyndman, J. and C. Friesen (2011) “A Sector-Based Research Agenda: Issues Affecting Government-Assisted Refugees in Canada”, at http://crs.yorku.ca/publications

Shakya, Y. B., Guruge, S., Hynie, M., Htoo, S., Akbari, A., Jandu, B., Spasevksi, M., Berhane, N., & Forster, J. (accepted). Newcomer refugee youth as ‘resettlement champions’ for their families: Vulnerability, resilience and empowerment. In L. Simich & L. Andermann (Eds.). Refugee Resettlement and Mental Health: Promoting Resiliency and Constructing Social Equity.

Ng, A., Hynie, M., & MacDonald, T. (2012). Culture moderates the exhibition and pliability of ambivalent attitudes. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 43, 1313-1324.

Jibeen, T. & Hynie, M. (2012). Perceptions of autonomy and life satisfaction in Pakistani married immigrant women in Toronto, Canada. Sex Roles, 67(1), 1-16.

Heather Johnson, “The Other Side of the Fence: Reconceptualizing the “Camp” and Migration Zones at the Borders of Spain” International Political Sociology 7:1 (March 2013).

Heather Johnson, “Listening to Migrant Stories” in Salter, Mark and Can Mutlu, eds., Research Methods in Critical Security Studies: An Introduction (Routledge: 2012).

Heather Johnson, “Moments of Solidarity, Migrant Activism and (Non)Citizens at Global Borders: Political Agency at Tanzanian refugee camps, Australian detention centres and European borders” in Nyers, Peter and Kim Rygiel, eds.. Citizenship, Migrant Activism and the Politics of Movement. (Routledge: 2012).

Agathangelou, A. M. & Killian, K.D. (Eds.). (Forthcoming, 2014). Time, temporality and violence in international relations. New York: Routledge.

Killian, K.D. (June, 2013).  Interracial couples, intimacy and therapy: Crossing racial borders. New York: Columbia University Press.

McRae, T.R., Dalgleish, T.L., Johnson, S.M., Burgess-Moser, M., & Killian, K.D. (In press). Emotion regulation and key change events in emotionally focused couples therapy.  Journal of Couple and Relationship Therapy.

Kilian, K.D. (In  press). Mission to meet our makers: A review of Prometheus. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy 25.

Maas, Willem, ed., Multilevel Citizenship (PhiladelphiaPA: Universityof Pennsylvania Press, 2013) http://www.upenn.edu/pennpress/book/15117.html

Maas, Willem. Journal special issue: European Journal of Migration and Law vol. 15 no. 1 (2013)

Maas, Willem, “Varieties of Multilvel Citizenship,” in Willem Maas, ed., Multilevel Citizenship (PhiladelphiaPA: Universityof PennsylvaniaPress, 2013)
Maas, Willem, “Free Movement and Discrimination: Evidence from Europe, the United States, and Canada,” in European Journal of Migration and Law vol. 15 no. 1 (2013)

McGrath, S. and Abdelnour, S. (2012).  Participatory Research Partnerships for Development: Reflections from Sudan.  In J. Calabrese & JL Marret, (Eds.) Transatlantic Cooperation on Protracted Displacement: Urgent Need and Unique Opportunity.  Washington: Middle East Institute.

McGrath, S., Moffatt, K.,  George, U., and Lee, B. (2012).  Disciplining Community Agencies: The Pressure to Partner. Canadian Social Work Review. (In press)

Wood, P.B., S. McGrath, S. and Young, J.E.E. (2012).  The Emotional City: Refugee Resettlement in Calgary. Journal for International Migration and Integration, 13(1): 21-37

Sharma, Nandita (forthcoming, accepted), “Strategic Anti-Essentialism: Decolonizing Decolonization,” in Sylvia Wynter, Ten Essays and an Interview, Katherine McKittrick (ed.), Durham: Duke University Press.

Sharma, Nandita, 2013. “Migrants and “Nationalisms from Below:” The Politics of Place within Indigenous Nationalisms” The International Handbook of Migration Studies, Steven Gold and Stephanie Jo Nawyn (eds.). New York: Routledge.

Sharma, Nandita, 2012. “Enforcing ‘Difference’ in Canada: Re-organizing Canadian Immigration Policy During Late Capitalism” in Temporary Work in Canada, Patti Tamara Lenard and Christine Straehle (eds.). Montrealand Kingston: McGill Queen’s University Press, pp.26-47.

2011-2012

Adelman, Howard and Elazar Barkan (2011) No Return, No Refuge. New York: Columbia University Press.

Adelman, Howard (2012) “The Law of Return and the Right of Return,” in M Rafiqul Islam, Azizur Rahman Chowdhury and Jahid Hossain Bhuiyan (eds.) An Introduction to International Refugee Law, Leiden: BRILL, Netherlands.

Adelman, Howard (2012) “Jonah and Socrates as Refugees: Repentance, Redemption and Responsibility,” in The Ashgate Research Companion to Migration Law, Theory and Policy, Farnham, Surry, England: Ashgate Publishing Ltd.

Basu, R. (2011) ‘Multiculturalism through Multilingualism in Schools: Emerging Places of ‘Integration’ in Toronto’ in the Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Vol. 101, Issue 6, pp. 1307-1330.

Dippo, D., Basu, R, Marcela Duran  “Settlement and Schooling: Unique circumstances of refugees and forced migrants”. To International Migration Studies (October 2011) – submitted

Dippo, Don, Marcela Duran and Ranu Basu, “Settlement and Schooling: The Unique Circumstances of Refugees and Forced Migrants”, International Migration, (in review)

Hyndman, Jennifer and Wenona Giles ,  Waiting for What? The Feminization of Refugees in Protracted Situations. In   Gender, Place and Culture.Vol 18. No. 3 June 2011

Dryden-Peterson, Sarah and Wenona Giles. Special Journal Issue: Refuge on the topic of Tertiary Education for long-term refugees in camps. 2010-11. Vol 27 (2)

Good Gingrich, L. (2011). Negotiating double binds of in-between: A gendered perspective of formal and informal social supports in transnationality. In A. Chambon, W. Schröer & C. Schweppe (Eds.), Transnational social support (pp. 89-107). New York: Taylor & Francis/Routledge. (Invited book chapter.)

Wang, F. T. Y., C. Schweppe, W. Schroer, and L. Good Gingrich.  (2011).  Introduction:  The transnational organization of care.  Transnational Social Review:  A Social Work Journal 1(1), 7-9.

Good Gingrich, L.  “To stay true to what we’ve been taught…” Protecting cultural heritage in the context of forced migration.  Invited journal article for a special issue on “Age and Generation in Migration Contexts in Canada: Practice and Policy Implications” in International Migration.  Under review.

2012 Goldring, Luin, and Patricia Landolt,  “Transnational Migration and the Reformulation of Analytical Categories: Unpacking Latin American Refugee Dynamics in Toronto.” Pp. 41-64 in Anna Amelina, Devrimsel D. Nergiz, Thomas Faist, and Nina Glick-Schiller (eds.).  Beyond Methodological Nationalism: Research Methodologies for Transnational Studies.  London/New York: Routledge

2011 Landolt, Patricia, Luin Goldring & Judith K. Bernhard,  “Agenda Setting and Immigrant Politics: the Case of Latin Americans in Toronto.”  American Behavioral Scientist 55(9): 1235-1266. (32 pgs.) (September).

2011 Goldring, Luin and Patricia Landolt,  “Caught in the Work-Citizenship Matrix: The lasting effects of precarious legal status on work for Toronto immigrants.”  Globalizations 8(3): 325-341. (17 pgs.) (June).

Hyndman, J. Dual Disasters: Humanitarian Aid after the 2004 Tsunami. Sterling VA: Kumarian Press, 2011

Hyndman, J. & W. Giles. “Waiting: Linking Protracted Refugee Situations to Asylum Policies in the Global North, Gender, Place, & Culture, 18(3):361-379, 2011

Hyndman, J. (2011) “Research Summary on Resettled Refugee Integration in Canada,” an analysis commissioned by the UNHCR, available at www.unhcr.org/4e4123d19.html

Sherrell, K., C. Friesen, J. Hyndman, S. Subrath (2011) “From ‘One Nation, One People’ to ‘Operation Swaagatem’:  Bhutanese Refugees in Coquitlam, BC”, Metropolis Working paper #11-11.

Brunner, L., J. Hyndman, & C. Friesen (2011) “Post-IRPA GARs from Aceh: Policy Recommendations”, Our Diverse Cities , 8: 106-112.

Hyndman, J. and C. Friesen (2011) “A Sector-Based Research Agenda: Issues Affecting Government-Assisted Refugees in Canada”, at http://crs.yorku.ca/publications

Hyndman, J. (2008) “Waiting for What? The Humanitarian Dilemma of Protracted Refugee Situations at Home and Abroad”, Metropolis World Bulletin, vol. 8: 24-28.

Casale, M., Rogan, M., Hynie, M., Flicker,S., Nixon, S., & Rubincam, C. (2011). ‘Gendered’ perceptions of HIV risk in a high HIV-prevalence setting and implications for prevention programming. African Journal of AIDS Research, 10S, 301-310.

Crooks, V.A., Hynie, M., Killian, K., Giesbrecht M., & Castleden H. (2011) Female newcomers’ adjustment to life in Toronto, Canada: Sources of mental stress and their implications for delivering primary mental health care.  GeoJournal, 76(2), 139-149.

Hynie, M., Crooks, V. A., & Barragan, J. (2011). Rebuilding informal social support networks: Strategies and challenges for Canadian newcomer women. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 43(4), 26-46. Publication date: 2011-12-01

2012    Kapoor, Ilan, “Humanitarian Heroes?,” in Contemporary Icons: The Cultural Politics of Neoliberal Capitalism, G. Fridell and M. Konings (eds), Toronto: University of Toronto Press, forthcoming.

2011    Kapoor, Ilan “To Vote or Not to Vote? Why the ‘Crisis of Democracy’ Should Give Us Pause,” Straightgoods.ca, April 25.

Samuels-Dennis, J., Bailey, A., Killian, K.D., & Ray, S. (In press). The mediating effects of empowerment, interpersonal conflict, and social support on the violence-PTSD process. Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health.

Crooks, V.A., Hynie, M., Killian, K.D., Giesbrecht, M., & Castleden, H. (2011). Female newcomers  adjustment to life in Toronto, Canada: Sources of stress and their implications for delivering primary mental health care. GeoJournal 76(2): 139-149.

Agathangelou, A. M., & Killian, K.D. (2011). (Neo) zones of violence: Reconstructing        empire on the bodies of militarized youth. In Marshall Beier (Ed.), The Militarization of          Childhood: Thinking Beyond the Global South. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Lunstrum, E. 2011. An uncomfortable fit? Transfrontier parks as mega-projects. Engineering earth: the impacts of mega-engineering projects, edited by S. Brunn. New York: Springer Press, 1223-1242.

Lunstrum, E. 2011. State rationality, development, and the making of sovereign territory: from colonial extraction to postcolonial conservation in Mozambique’s Massingir District. Cultivating the colonies: colonial states and their environmental legacies, edited by C.F. Ax, C. Brimnes, N.T. Jensen & K. Oslund. Athens, OH: Ohio University Press, 239-274.

Lunstrum, E. 2012. “Intermediary Research Report – Reorganizing borders, reorganizing mobility: transfrontier conservation, labour migration, and the transformation of the Mozambican / South African Border.” Report submitted to the Mozambican Ministry of Tourism, National Directorate for Conservation Areas (DNAC), Maputo.

Lunstrum, E 2011 Leaky borders or conservation fortress? Border crossing through an African transnational park. Department of Geography Travelogue Series. Department of Geography, York University, Toronto, November. (unpublished professional report)

2012 McGrath, S. & S. Abdelnour. Participatory Research Partnerships for Development: Reflections from Sudan.  In J. Calabrese & JL Marret, (Eds.) Transatlantic Cooperation on Protracted Displacement: Urgent Need and Unique Opportunity.  Washington: Middle East Institute.

2012  Wood, P.B., S. McGrath & J.E.E.E. Young. The Emotional City: Refugee Resettlement in Calgary. Journal for International Migration and Integration, 13(1): 21-37

Refugee Policy Should be Based on Fact not Fiction– op-ed for the Embassy Magazine published on March 14, 2012, re-published by Rabble on March 22, 2012.

Sean Rehaag, The Luck of the Draw? Judicial Review of Refugee Determinations in the Federal Court of Canada (2005-2010), Osgoode CLPE Research Paper No. 9/2012

Sean Rehaag, The Role of Counsel in Canada’s Refugee Determination System: An Empirical Assessment , Osgoode Hall Law Journal, Vol. 49, p. 71, 2011

Sean Rehaag, Do Women Refugee Judges Really Make a Difference? An Empirical Analysis of Gender and Outcomes in Canadian Refugee Determinations , Canadian Journal of Women and the Law, Vol. 23, p. 627, 2011

Sean Rehaag, Restricted Access to Justice for Canadians Mistreated Abroad: Abdelrazik v. Canada (Re: Interim Costs), Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice, Vol. 29, No. 1, 2011

Simeon, James C., The UNHCR and the Supervision of International Refugee Law, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming

Simeon, James C., “The Evolution and the Development of the Refugee Status Adjudication System in Canada and the Balanced Refugee Reform Act,” Migrants and the Courts. Edited by Geoffrey Care, Ashgate Publishing, forthcoming.

Simeon, James C., “Strengthening International Refugee Rights Through the Enhanced Supervision of the 1951 Convention and its 1967 Protocol,” The Ashgate Research Companion to Migration Theory & Policy. Edited by Satvinder Singh Juss, Ashgate Publishing, forthcoming.

2010-2011

Adelman, Howard and Elazar Barkan (2011) No Return, No Refuge. New York: Columbia University Press.

Adelman, Howard and Pierre Anctil (eds.), 2011, Religion, Culture and the State, Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Adelman, Howard (2011) “Palestinian Refugees: A Clear-Eyed Look at Return,” World Politics Review, 13 September. http://www.worldpoliticsreview.com/articles/9988/palestinian-refugees-a-clear-eyed-look-at-return

Adelman, Howard (2011) “Contrasting Commissions on Interculturalism: The Hija’b and the Workings of Interculturalism in Quebec and France, Journal of Intercultural Studies 32: 3, June, 245-259.

Adelman, Howard (2011) “Jews, Eschatology, and Contemporary Visions of a World Order,” Religious Studies and Theology 30:1.

Basu, Ranu (2011) ‘Multiculturalism through Multilingualism in Schools: Emerging Places of ‘Integration’ in Toronto’, in the Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Vol. 101, Issue 6, pp. 1307-1330.

Dippo, Don, “Pre-Service Teaching and Pedagogies of Transformation”, in Rosalyn McKeown and Victor Nolet (Eds.), Schooling for Sustainable Development in Canada and the United States, Berlin: Springer (forthcoming).

Dippo, Don, and Carl James, “The Urbanization of Suburbia: Implications for Inner-Suburban Schools and Communities”, in Roger Keil, Patricia Wood, Douglas Young (Eds.), In-Between Infrastructure: Urban Connectivity in an Age of Vulnerability, Kelowna: UBC Praxis (e) Press, 2010.

Steve Alsop, Patricia Ames, Graciela Cordero Arroyo, Don Dippo, “Programa de Fortalecimiento de Capacidades: Reflections on a Case Study of Community-Based Teacher Education Set in Rural Northern Peru”, International Review of Education, Volume 56, 2010, pp. 633-649.

Dippo, Don, “From Refuge to Polis:  Shifting the Rationale for Religiosity in Schools”.  Educational Policy, Jan 2010; vol. 24: pp. 216 – 220.

Giles, W. ,  2010.  “Livelihood and Afghan Refugee Workers in Iran.”  In Pauline Barber and Winnie Lem (Eds)  Class, Contention and a World in Motion.  Oxford: Berghahn Press.

Good Gingrich, L., & Preibisch, K. (2010). Migration as preservation and loss: The paradox of transnational living for Low German Mennonite women. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 36(9), 1499-1518

Hyndman, Jennifer and Wenona Giles, 2011. Waiting for What? The Feminization of Refugees in Protracted Situations. In   Gender, Place and Culture.Vol 18. No. 3 June 2011

Hyndman, J. Dual Disasters: Humanitarian Aid after the 2004 Tsunami. Sterling VA: Kumarian Press, 2011.

Hyndman, J. “The Question of the Political in Critical Geopolitics: Querying the ‘Child Soldier’ in the ‘War on Terror’” in Political Geography, 29 (5): 247-255, 2010.

Waizenegger, A. & J. Hyndman. “Two Solitudes: post-tsunami & post-conflict Aceh”, in Disasters, 34 (3): 787-808, 2010.

 Houston, S., J. Hyndman, A. Jamal, and J. Mclean. “Methodological Innovations of Team Research,” Qualitative Inquiry, 16: 285-297, 2010.

Hyndman, J. “Feminist Geopolitics Meets Refugee Studies”, in (eds.) A. Betts and G. Loescher Refugees in International Relations, Oxford University Press, 2010, 169-183.

Maas, Willem “Unauthorized Migration and the Politics of Regularization, Legalization, and Amnesty,” in Georg Menz and Alexander Caviedes, eds., Labour Migration in Europe (New York: Palgrave, 2010) pp 232-50.

Maas, Willem “Citizenship and Immigrant Integration in the Netherlands,” in Adam Luedtke, ed., Migrants and Minorities: The European Response (Cambridge Scholars Press, 2010) pp 226-44.

Maas, Willem “Citizenship” (3500 words), The Encyclopedia of Political Science (Washington DC: CQ Press, 2011).

Maas, Willem “Naturalization” (1100 words), The Encyclopedia of Political Science (Washington DC: CQ Press, 2011).

McGrath, S., P.B. Wood, & J.E.E.E. Young. (2010). Safe havens? Mapping the provision of settlement services in three Canadian urban centres. Canadian Social Work Journal, 12(1):192-199.

Rehaag, Sean, The Role of Counsel in Canada’s Refugee Determination System: An Empirical Assessment,  Osgoode Hall Law Journal, Vol. 49, p. 71, 2011: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1873999

Rehaag, Sean, Do Women Refugee Judges Really Make a Difference? An Empirical Analysis of Gender and Outcomes in Canadian Refugee Determinations, Canadian Journal of Women and the Law, Vol. 23, p. 627, 2011: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1963924

Rehaag, Sean, Restricted Access to Justice for Canadians Mistreated Abroad: Abdelrazik v. Canada (Re: Interim Costs), Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice, Vol. 29, No. 1, 2011: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1898192##

Simeon, James C., Case Studies in Public Management and Administration Instructor’s Manual. Toronto: Captus Press Inc., August 2010. Available online only to all those instructors who adopt the book for instructional purposes for their college and university courses or for other training purposes.  The instructor’s manual was completed and posted on the Captus Press Inc. Website in August 2010.

Simeon, James C., Critical Issues in International Refugee Law: Strategies Towards Interpretative Harmony, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, October 2010. (217 pages)

Simeon, James C., “Complicity and Culpability and the Exclusion of Terrorists from Convention Refugee Status Post-9/11” Refugee Survey Quarterly, Vol. 29, No. 4, (December 2010), pp. 104-137.

Simeon, James C., “Preface” and “Introduction: How to use Case Studies in Public Management and Administration as an Effective Instructional and Tool,” online Case Studies in Public Management and Administration Instructor’s Manual on the Captus Press Inc., website.  The online instructor’s manual is only available to those instructors who adopt the Case Studies in Public Management and Administration book for their course. December 2010. http://www.captus.com/.

Simeon, James C., “Barry Wilson,” Case 8; “The Reorganization,” Case 55; “Robert Bart,” Case 58, in Randy Hoffman, Fred Ruemper (eds.) Organizational Behaviour: Canadian Cases and Exercises. 7th Edition, Toronto: Captus Press Inc., 2010.

Simeon, James C., “Introduction: the research workshop on critical issues in international refugee law and strategies towards interpretative harmony,” in Critical Issues in International Refugee Law: Strategies Towards Interpretative Harmony, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, October 2010, pp. 1-39.

Wood, P.B., S. McGrath & J.E.E.E. Young. (2011). The Emotional City: Refugee Resettlement in Calgary. Journal for International Migration and Integration. http://www.springerlink.com/openurl.asp?genre=article&id=doi:10.1007/s12134-011-0191-7

Zalik, A. (2011). “Protest as Violence in Oilfields: The Contested Representation of Profiteering in Two Extractive Sites” in Feldman, Geisler and Memon Accumulating Insecurity. University of Georgia Press

Zalik, A. (2011)   “Labeling Oil, Reconstituting Governance” in Cyril Obi and Siri Rustad (eds.). Violent Conflict in the Niger Delta. London: Zed Books.

Zalik, A. 2010 (in Spanish). “Volatility and Mediation across Oilfields: The Tar Sands and the Niger Delta as Contested Sites” in Umbrales 20, Special Issue: Hidocarburos, Politica y Sociedad. CIDES Bolivia, pp 307-336. http://www.cides.edu.bo/webcides/images/pdf/Umbrales_20.pdf

2009-2010

Adelman, Howard (2010) “Goldstone and Gaza: The Justice of the Conduct of the Inquiry,” Sapporo, Japan: Centre for Applied Philosophy, Hokkaido University, Applied Ethics, 9-26.

Adelman, Howard (2010) “Trust and Transparency: The Need for Early Warning,” in Iain MacNeil and Justin O’Brien (eds.) The Future of Financial Regulation, Oxford: Hart Publishing, Ch. 18, 322-336.

Adelman, Howard (2010) “Refugee Return: By Right and By Law,” in Dan Avnon and Yotam Benziman (eds.) Plurality and Citizenship in Israel: Moving Beyond the Jewish/Palestinian Civil Divide, London: Routledge, 31-52.

Adelman, Howard (2010) “Refugees, IDPs and the Responsibility to Protect (R2P): The Case of Darfur,” Global Responsibility to Protect 2, 1-22. See also IngentaConnect online.

Adelman, Howard (2009) “Research on the Ethics of War in the Context of Violence in Gaza,” Journal of Academic Ethics 7:1, 93-113.. http://www.springerlink.com/openurl.asp?genre=article&id=doi:10.1007/s10…

Atari, Dominic, Samer Abdelnour, Kevin McKague & Robert Wager, (2009).Technical, Vocational and Entrepreneural Capacities in Southern Sudan: Assessment and Opportunities. Centre for Refugee Studies. York University: Toronto.

Clark-Kazak, Christina. (2010). “Refugee and Internally Displaced Children” in Children and Armed Conflict: A Guide to International Humanitarian and Human Rights Law, edited by International Bureau for Children’s Rights. Montreal: IBCR. 157-180.

Clark-Kazak, Christina. (2009). The Politics of Protection: Aid, Human Rights Discourse and Power Relations. Disasters 34(3): 55-70.

Clark-Kazak, Christina. (2009). Representing Refugees in the Life Cycle: A Social Age Analysis of United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Annual Reports and Appeals, 2000-2008. Journal of Refugee Studies 22(3): 302-322.

Clark-Kazak, Christina. (2009). Power and Politics in Migration Narrative Methodology: Research with Young Congolese Migrants in Uganda. Migration Letters 6(2): 175-182.

Crooks, V.A., Hynie, M., Killian, K.D., Giesbrecht, M., & Castleden, H. (2009). Female newcomers’ adjustment to life in Toronto, Canada: Sources of stress and their implications for delivering primary mental health care.  GeoJournal, 74. DOI:10.1007/s10708-009-9287-4

Giles, W. (2010).  “Class, Livelihood and Refugee Workers in Iran.”  In Pauline Barber and Winnie Lem (Eds) Class, Contention and a World in Motion Oxford: Berghahn Press.

Goldring, Luin and Patricia Landolt. (2009). “Reformulación de las unidades, identidades, temporalidad, cultura y contextos: reflexiones sobre la investigación de los movimientos migratorios.”  Pp. 125-161 in Liliana Rivera Sánchez and Fernando Lozano Asencio (eds).  La práctica de la investigación sobre migraciones y movilidades.  Mexico: Miguel Angel Porrúa and CRIM-UNAM. (37 pgs.)  First author.  (October).  [“Reformulating units, identities, temporality, culture and contexts: reflections on migration research.” In The Practice of Research on Migrations and Mobilities.]

Landolt, Patricia, Luin Goldring and Judith Bernhard. (2009). “Las Organizaciones de Migrantes Latinoamericanos en Toronto: Entre la Política de Base y el Imperativo de la Etnización.” Pp. 203-234, Ch. 8 in Angeles Escrivá, Anastasia Bermúdez y Natalia Moraes (eds).  Migración y participación política: Estados, organizaciones y migrantes latinoamericanos en perspectiva local-transnacional. Colección Politeya. Córdoba: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas. Second author. (May) [“Latin American Migrant Organizations in Toronto: Between Grassroots Politics and the Ethnicizing Imperative.”  In Migration and political participation: States, organizations and Latin American migrants from a local-transnational perspective.] (32 pgs.)

Good Gingrich, Luann. (2010). The symbolic economy of trans-border governance: A case study of subjective exclusion and migrant women from Mexico.  Refugee Survey Quarterly, 29(1), 161-184.

Hyndman, J. (2009).”Acts of Aid: Neoliberalism in a war zone”, Antipode 41(5): 867-889.

Hyndman, J. “Siting Conflict and Peace in Post-tsunami Sri Lanka and Aceh, Indonesia”, Norwegian Journal of Geography 63 (1): 89-96, 2009. [Reprinted in The Tsunami of 2004 in Sri Lanka: Impacts and Policy in the Shadow of Civil War, London: Routledge, 2009.]

Hynie, M. (2009). Birth control, relational aspects. In Harry T. Reis & Susan Sprecher (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Relationships. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Killian, K.D., & Agathangelou, A.M. (2009). The discourse of refugee trauma: Epistemologies of the displaced, the state, and mental health practitioners. CyprusReview, 21: 19-58.

Killian, K.D., Hishara, G., Lazo, A., & Huang, W. (2009). Living in America: Acculturation, family well-being, and attitudes toward women in Latino, Taiwanese, and South Asian immigrant families. Journal of the Texas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, 14 (1), 21-52.

Lai, Y. & Hynie, M. (accepted). Community engagement and well-being of immigrants: The role of knowledge. Canadian Issues.

Maas,   Willem.(2010).     “Citizenship and Immigrant Integration in the Netherlands,” in Adam Luedtke, ed., Migrants and Minorities: The European Response (Cambridge Scholars) pp 226-44.

Maas,   Willem. (2010).    “Emerging Themes in Nationalism, Ethnicity, and Migration Research,” in Robert A. Denemark, ed., International Studies Compendium (Oxford: Blackwell) pp 1348-59.

Maas,   Willem. (2009).    “Unrespected, Unequal, Hollow?: Contingent Citizenship and Reversible Rights in the European Union,” Columbia Journal of European Law, vol.15 no.2, Spring, pp 265-80.

Meisner, B. A. & Hynie, M. (2009). Ageism with heterosexism: Self-perceptions, identity, and psychological health in older gay and lesbian adults. Gay & Lesbian Issues & Psychology Review, 5(1), 51-58.

Penz, Peter. (2010). International ethical responsibilities to ‘climate-change refugees’”.  In Jane McAdam (ed.), Climate change and displacement: multidisciplinary perspectives.  Oxford: Hart Publishing.

Rehaag Sean     “Introduction to ‘Convergence in Dispute Resolution Processes’,” International Association of Procedural Law (Lexis-Nexis Butterworths: forthcoming 2009) (co-authored with Erik S. Knutsen).

Rehaag, Sean   “Globalization and Instrument Choice: The Role of International Law” in P. Eliadis, et al (eds.), Designing Government: From Instruments to Governance (Montréal: McGill-Queens U. Press, 2004) 322 (co-authored with Stephen J. Toope).

Rehaag, Sean   “Bisexuals Need Not Apply: a comparative appraisal of refugee law and policy in Canada, the United States, and Australia” (2009) 13:2 International Journal of Human Rights 415.

Rehaag Sean     “Patrolling the Borders of Sexual Orientation: Bisexual refugee claims in Canada” (2009) 53 McGill Law Journal 59.

Rehaag, Sean   “Réfugiés écartés” in La Presse (12 November 2009) A22 (co-authored with François Crépeau et al).

Simeon, James C. Case Studies in Public Management and Administration. Toronto: Captus Press Inc., 2009. (214 pages)

Simeon, James C. “A Comparative Analysis of the Response of the UNHCR and Industrialized States to Rapidly Fluctuating Refugee Status and Asylum Applications: Lessons and Best Practices for RSD Systems Design and Administration,” International Journal of Refugee Law, Vol.. 22, No. 1, March 2010, pp. 72-103.

2008-2009
Adelman, Howard (2008) Protracted Displacement in Asia: No Place to Call Home, London:Ashgate.

Adelman, Howard (2008) “Protracted Displacement,” in Howard Adelman, ed. 2008, Protracted Displacement in Asia: No Place to Call Home, London:  Ashgate, 43-82

Adelman, Howard (2008) “The Refugee and IDP Problem in Iraq,” in Howard Adelman, ed. 2008, Protracted Displacement in Asia: No Place to Call Home, London:  Ashgate, 306-348.

Adelman, Howard (2008) “Sovereignty in the Twenty-First Century: Security, Immigration and Refugees,” Ch. 8 in Trudy Jacobsen, Charles Sampford and Ramesh Thakur (eds.) Re-envisioning Sovereignty: The End of Westphalia? Aldershot: Ashgate, 129-150.

Adelman, Howard (2008) “Blaming the United Nations,” in Toni Erskine, ed. Duty, Blame and Punishment.

Adelman, Howard (2008) “Refugee Return: By Right and/or by Law,” in Dan Avnon (ed.) Jews, Palestinians and the Modern (Israeli) State, Jerusalem: Judah Magnes Press, ch. 3, 57-86.

Adelman, Howard (2008) “Theories of Genocide: The Case of Rwanda,” in Victoria M. Esses and Richard A. Vernon, eds., Explaining the Breakdown in Ethnic Relations. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing, Ch. 9.

Adelman, Howard (2008) “Canada’s Balancing Act: Protecting Human Rights and Countering Terrorist Threats”, in Alison Brysk and Gershon Shafir, ed., National Insecurity and Human Rights: Democracies Debate Counterterrorism, Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 137-156.

Adelman, Howard (2009) “Rehabilitating the United Nations,” ‘Toni Erskine, ed., special issue of the journal Ethics & International Affairs on “Responding to Delinquent Institutions: Blame, Punishment and Rehabilitation.

Adelman, Howard (2008) “Martin Shaw: What is Genocide?” The International History Review xxx:4, December, 939-942.

Adelman, Howard (2008) “Protracted Refugee Situations and the Right of Return,” Metropolis World Bulletin: Migration and International Protection 8, October 2008, 16-19.

Adelman, Howard (2008) “What is Genocide?” Review Essay, International History Review XXX(3), September, 199-203.

Adelman, Howard (2008) “Blaming the United Nations,” Journal of International Political Theory, IV:1, 9-33.

Agnew, Vijay. Racialized Migrant Women in Canada:  Essays on Health Violence and Equity.  University of Toronto Press, 2009.

Clark-Kazak, Christina. 2009. Representing Refugees in the Life Cycle: A Social Age Analysis of United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Annual Appeals and Reports, 1999-2008. Journal of Refugee Studies.

Clark-Kazak, Christina. 2009. The Politics of Protection: Aid, Human Rights Discourse and Power Relations. Disasters.

Giles, W. (2009) “Refugees as a Surplus Labour Force: Globalization and the Politics of Redistribution in Long-Term Refugee Situations” In Pauline Barber and Winnie Lem (eds) Mobility, Mobilization, Migration: Class and Contention in a World in Motion.  Oxford: Berghahn Press

Giles, W. (2008).   “The Gender Relations of Home, Security and Transversal Feminism”.  In Hajdukowski-Ahmed, Khanlou, Moussa, Helene (Eds). Not Born a Refugee Woman. Oxford: Berghahn Press

Giles, W. (2008). Reflections on the Women in Conflict Zones Network: Lessons from the Past and Forward-looking Possibilities. International Feminist Journal of Politics. Vol. 10. No. 1: 102-112

Lovejoy, Paul, 2008    “Transatlantic Transformations: The Origins and Identities of Africans in the Americas,” in Boubacar Barry, Livio Sansone, and Elisée Soumonni, eds., Africa, Brazil, and the Construction of Trans-Atlantic Black Identities (Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press)

Lovejoy, Paul, 2008 “Narratives of Trans-Atlantic Slavery: The Lives of Two Muslims, Muhammad Kabā Saghanaghu and Mahommah Gardo Baquaqua,” in Naana Opoku-Agyemang, Paul E. Lovejoy, and David Trotman, eds), Africa and Trans-Atlantic Memories: Literary and Aesthetic Manifestations of Diaspora and History (Trenton NJ: Africa World Press).

Lovejoy, Paul, 2008  “Los niños de Atlántico,” in Rina Cáceres Gómez, ed., Del olvido a la memoria: África en tiempos de la esclavitud (San José: UNESCO, 2008), 47-54

Lovejoy, Paul, 2008  “Las ambiciones imperiales británicas en la Costa de la Mosquitia y la abolición de la esclavitud indígena, 1773-1781,” in Rina Cáceres and Paul E. Lovejoy, eds. Haití – Revolución y emancipación (San José: Editorial Universidad de Costa Rica)

Lovejoy, Paul, 2009  “The Autobiography of Oluadah Equiano, the African, and the Life of Gustavus Vassa, Reconsidered,” in Ana Lucia Araujo, Mariana Pinho Cândido and Paul E. Lovejoy, eds., Crossing Memories in the African Diaspora (Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press)

Lovejoy, Paul, 2009  “The Slave Trade as Enforced Migration in the Central Sudan,” in Claudia Haake and Richard Bessel, eds., The Forced Removal of Populations,

Lovejoy, Paul, 2009  “Scarification and the Loss of History in the African Diaspora,” in Andrew Apter and Lauren Derry, eds., Activating the Past Historical Memory in the Black Atlantic (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholarly Publishing)

Lovejoy, Paul, 2009  “Extending the Frontiers of Transatlantic Slavery, Partially,” Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 11:1, 57-70

Maas, Willem. 2009 “Unrespected, Unequal, Hollow?: Contingent Citizenship and Reversible Rights in the European Union,” Columbia Journal of European Law, vol.15 no.2, Spring, pp 265-80.

Maas, Willem, 2008 “Migrants, States, and EU Citizenship’s Unfulfilled Promise,” Citizenship Studies, vol.12 no.6, December, pp 583-596.

Maas, Willem. 2008 “Another Piece of Europe in your Pocket: The European Health Insurance Card,” in David Lyon and Colin Bennett, eds., Playing the Identity Card: Surveillance, Security and Identification in Comparative Perspective (New York: Routledge) pp 268-79.

Rehaag, Sean. “Book Review — Making People Illegal: What Globalization Means for Migration and Law” (2008) 46 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 871.

Rehaag, Sean. “Troubling Patterns in Canadian Refugee Adjudication” (2008) 39 Ottawa Law Review 335.

Rehaag, Sean. “Patrolling the Borders of Sexual Orientation: Bisexual refugee claims in Canada” (2008) 53 McGill Law Journal 59.

Rehaag, Sean. “Bisexuals Need Not Apply: a comparative appraisal of refugee law and policy in Canada, the United States, and Australia” (2009) 13:2 International Journal of Human Rights 415.

Simeon, James.  “From Atkinson College and Beyond,” in Brenda Spotton Visano, Kristin Taylor (eds.) Room to Grow: Celebrating Atkinson’s Living Legacy. Toronto: York University, 2009., pp. 63-66.

Simeon, James.“Working Paper: Charting the Future Course of International Refugee Protection: A Review of the 8th International Association of Refugee Law Judges (IARLJ) World Conference,” Posted as unpublished/”grey literature” on the Refugee Research Network website at http://www.refugeeresearch.net/. 

Simeon, James.“IARLJ Inter-Conference Working Party Process Coordinator’s Report” 8th IARLJ World Conference, Cape Town, South Africa, January 28th-30th, 2009.

Simeon, James.“Exclusion Under Article 1F(a) of the 1951 Convention in Canada,” Inaugural Conference of the Canadian Association for Refugee and Forced Migration Studies (CARFMS), York University, June 15-18, 2008. Revised and accepted for publication in International Journal of Refugee Law. Vol. 21, No. 2 (July 2009): 193-217.

Simeon, James.“Research Workshop on Critical Issues in International Refugee Law, May 1-2, 2008, at York University” article submitted to Refuge: Canada’s Periodical on Refugees, on the invitation of the editor of this referred journal, Professor Sharryn J. Aiken. (forthcoming in Vol. 25, No. 2, pp. 202-211.)

Simeon, James. Editor, Forced Migration and the Advancement of International Protection, 7th World Conference, Mexico City, Mexico, November 5-9, 2006, International Association of Refugee Law Judges (IARLJ), Haarlem, The Netherlands, MultiCopy Haarlem, 2008.

2007-2008
Abdelnour, S., Babiker, B., El Jack, A., Wheeler, D., McGrath, S., Branzei, O. (2008) Examining Enterprise Capacity: A Participatory Social Assessment in Darfur and Southern Sudan. York University Centre for Refugee Studies.

Adelman, Howard (2008) “Sovereignty in the Twenty-First Century: Security, Immigration and Refugees,” Ch. 8 in Trudy Jacobsen, Charles Sampford and Ramesh Thakur (eds.) Re-envisioning Sovereignty: The End of Westphalia? Aldershot: Ashgate, 129-150.

Adelman, Howard (2008) “Home and HomeLAND in Palestinian Identity,” in Dan Avnon (ed.) The Ides of October,   Jerusalem: Judah Magnes Press.

Adelman, Howard (2008) “Theories of Genocide: The Case of Rwanda,” in Victoria M. Esses and Richard A. Vernon, eds., Explaining the Breakdown in Ethnic Relations. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing.:

Adelman, Howard (2008) “Punishing the United Nations,” Global Politics.

Adelman, Howard (2008) “Rehabilitating the United Nations,” ‘Toni Erskine, ed., special issue of the journal Ethics & International Affairson “Responding to Delinquent Institutions: Blame, Punishment and Rehabilitation.

Adelman, Howard and Susan McGrath (2007) “To Date or To Marry: That is the Question,” Journal of Refugee Studies 20:3, September, 376-380.

Adelman, Howard (2007) “The Browning of the Rwanda Genocide,” review essay, Scott Straus, The Order of Genocide, in The International History Review XXIX: 3, 166-169.

Aiken, Sharryn Immigration and Refugee Law in Canada: Cases, Materials and Commentary, co-authored with Emily Carasco, Don Galloway and Audrey Macklin, Emond Montgomery, 2007 (785 pages)

Bose, Pablo S. 2008. “Home and Away: Diasporas, Developments and Displacements in a Globalizing World” Journal of Intercultural Studies, Vol. 29, Issue 1, 2008: 111-131.

Bose, Pablo S. 2007. Review of Chris de Wet (ed.) Development-Induced Displacement: Problems, Policies, and People (Oxford and London: Berghahn Books) in Journal of International Migration and Integration, 8 (2), June 2007: 243-244.

Cheran, R., Chelva Kanakanayakam and Darshan Ambalavanar (eds.) History and Imagination: Tamil Studies in a Global Context, and author of one chapter: “Theorizing Tamil DiasporiCity” (pp. 152-168), TSAR (Toronto South Asian Review) Publications, 2007

Cheran, R., “Transnationalism, Development and Social Capital: Tamil Community Networks in Canada”, chapter in Luin Goldring, ed., Organizing the Transnational: Experiences of Asian and Latin American Migrants in Canada, UBC Press, 2007 (pp. 277-305)

Cheran, R., (ed.) Writing Tamil Nationalism, and author of one chapter: “The Face of the Tiger: Tamil Nationalism in Sri Lanka”, (pp. 1-55), International Centre for Ethnic Studies, Colombo, 2007 (444 pages)

Crosby, Alison, 2007. “People on the Move: Challenging migration categorization.” Development 50 (4). December, pp.44-49.

Crosby, Alison, 2007. “The Boundaries of Belonging: Reflections on Migration Policies into the 21st Century.” Refugee Watch: A South Asian Journal on Forced Migration. Vol. 29, June, pp.31-53.

Gilbert, Liette, 2008  Right to the City and Politics of Citizenship (with Mustafa Dikeç) IN Space, Difference, Everyday Life: Henri Lefebvre and Radical Politicsedited by Kanishka Goonewardena, Stefan Kipfer, Richard Milgrom and Christian Schmid. New York: Routledge: 250-263.

Gilbert, Liette, 2007  Legitimizing Neoliberalism rather than Equality: Canadian Multiculturalism in the Current Reality of North America.  Norteamérica Revista Académica del CISAN-UNAM. 2(1): 11-35.

Giles, W2008.  The Gender Relations of Home, Security and Transversal Feminism.  In Hajdukowski-Ahmed, Khanlou, Moussa, HeleneNot Born a Refugee Woman. Oxford:Berghahn Press.

Giles, Wenona, 2008. Reflections on the Women in Conflict Zones Network: Lessons from the Past and Forward-looking Possibilities. International Feminist Journal of Politics. Vol 10. No. 1: 102-112.

Giles, W.(2008 – forthcoming).  “Refugees as a Surplus Labour Force: Globalization and the Politics of Redistribution in Long-Term Refugee Situations”  In Pauline Barber and Winnie Lem (Eds) Mobility, Mobilization, Migration: Class and Contention in a World in Motion. Acceptance by Oxford:Berghahn Press

Giles, W. (2008 – forthcoming).  “Women Forced to Flee: Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons” In Laura Sjoberg and Carol Cohn (Eds), Women and Wars.

Good Gingrich, L.  (2008).  Social exclusion and double jeopardy – The management of lone mothers in the market-state social field.  Social Policy and Administration, 42, 379-395.

Hyndman, J. and A. Mountz. “Another brick in the wall? Neo-refoulement & the externalisation of asylum in Europe & Australia, Government & Opposition, 43:2, 2008.

Hyndman, J. “The Securitization of Fear in Post-Tsunami Sri Lanka,” Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 97(2): 361-372, 2007.

Hyndman, J. “Feminist Geopolitics revisited: body counts in Iraq,” The Professional Geographer, 59(1): 35-46, 2007.

Hyndman, J. and M. de Alwis. “Reconstituting the Subject: Feminist Politics of Humanitarian Assistance,” Not Born a Refugee Woman, in M. Hajdukowski-Ahmed, N. Khanlou and H. Moussa (eds.) (New York and Oxford: Berghahn Press, 2008) pp. 83-96.

Hyndman, J. and A. Mountz, “Refuge or refusal: geography of exclusion”, in D. Gregory and A. Pred (eds.) Violent Geographies (New York: Routledge, 2007), pp. 77-92.

Crooks, V.A., Hynie, M., Killian, K.D., Giesbrecht, M., & Castleden, H. (In press). Female newcomers’ adjustment to life in Toronto, Canada: Sources of stress and their implications for delivering primary mental health care.  GeoJournal, 71(3).

Killian, K.D.  (2008). Helping till it hurts: A multi-method study of burnout, compassion fatigue and  resilience in clinicians working with trauma survivors.  Traumatology, 14 (2). 32-44.

Killian, K. D., & Agathangelou, A. M. (2008).  Electronic attachments: Desire, the Other, and the internet marital trade in the 21st century. Intercultural couples: Exploring diversity in intimate relationships (pp. 151-176).  New York: Haworth.

Killian, K. D. & Azadian, A.  (2008). Gender, age, and generation: Iranian Immigrant families’ adjustment and transition in the US.  In D. Baptiste (Ed.) The flame still burns brightly: Immigrant families within the US context, Springer Publishing Company.

Maas, Willem, 2007 Creating European Citizens (Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield), pp. i-ix, 1-179.  Nominated for the American Political Science Association award for best book in European Politics and Society published in 2007.

Maas, Willem, 2008 “Another Piece of Europe in your Pocket: The European Health Insurance Card,” in David Lyon and Colin Bennett, eds., Playing the Identity Card: Surveillance, Security and Identification in Comparative Perspective (New York: Routledge).

Maas, Willem, 2007 “The Evolution of EU Citizenship,” in Kathleen McNamara and Sophie Meunier, eds., Making History: European Integration and Institutional Change at Fifty (Oxford: Oxford University Press) pp. 231-45.

McGrath, S., K. Moffatt, U. George & B. Lee. (2007) Seeking Social Justice: Community Practice within Diverse Marginalized Populations in Canada.Social Development Issues 29(2) 77-91.

Quadir, Fahim, “Canada’s Approach to Governance in Bangladesh: exploring the dynamics of social change”, Canadian Journal of Development Studies, 28(2), July 2007: 245-55.

Quadir, Fahim, “Bangladesh at the Crossroads” in Sanja Kelly, Christopher Walker, and Jake Dizard (eds)Countries at the Crossroads: A Survey of Democratic Governance, (New York: Rowman & Littlefield, November 2007): 1-25.

Quadir, Fahim, “Promoting Good Governance in Bangladesh: Understanding Canada’s Role,” in Woods, Ngaire and Jennifer Welsh (eds.), Aid in a Changing World: Canada’s Experience (Wilfred Laurier University Press, 2007):99-118.

Ray, S.L., (2008). The evolution of PTSD and future directions. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 22(4),217-225.

Ray, S. L. (2008). Trauma from a global perspective. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 29(1), 63-72.

Sharma, Nandita and Cynthia Wright, 2008. “‘Race’, Class and Gender and the Making of ‘Difference’: The Social Organization of ‘Migrant Workers’ in Canada,” in Palmer, Bryan D. and Joan Sangster (eds.), Labouring Canada: Class, Race, and Gender in Canadian Working-Class History, Don Mills Ontario: Oxford University Press (Re-print-in press).

Sharma, Nandita, 2008. “Neo-liberalism and Non-citizen Workers in the USA,” in Refugees, Recent Migrants and Employment: Challenging Barriers and Exploring Pathways, London: Taylor & Francis/Routeledge.

Sharma, Nandita, 2007. “Freedom To Discriminate: National State Sovereignty and Temporary Visa Workers in North America,” in Citizenship, Multiculturalism and Immigrant Incorporation Regimes in North America. Gökçe Yurdakul and Y. Michal Bodemann (eds). New York: Palgrave-Macmillan. pp.163-184.

Sharma, Nandita , 2007. “Global Apartheid and Nation-Statehood: Instituting Border Regimes” in Nationalism and Globalism. James Goodman and Paul James (eds.). New York: Routledge. pp.71-90.

Gaye Chan and Nandita Sharma, 2007. “Eating in Public,” in Constituent Imagination: Militant Investigation, Collective Theorization, Stevphen Shukaitis and David Graeber (eds). Edinburgh: AK Press. pp.180-88.

Soennecken, Dagmar, “The Growing Influence of the Courts over the Fate of Refugees.” Review of European and Russian Affairs.Vol. 3,  Issue 4/ 2007.  55-88.

Soennecken, Dagmar, “Becoming a Citizen: Incorporating Immigrants and Refugees in the United States and Canada, Irene Bloemraad.” Law and Politics Book Review. Vol 17 No. 1 (January, 2007) 40-43.

Wheeler D, Abdelnour S, Badri B, Branzei O and McGrath S (2008).  Grassroots enterprise development in post-conflict Southern Sudan and Darfur: Preliminary observations.  In: Williams O ed Peace through     commerce. Responsible corporate citizenship and the ideals of the UN       Global Compact.  University of Notre Dame Press, Indiana US, 402-439