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Making People Illegal


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Table of Contents

1. Introduction; 2. On being illegal; 3. Migration in the globalization script; 4. Making asylum illegal; 5. Trafficking in hegemony; 6. The less brave new world; 7. Citizenship unhinged; 8. Myths and giants: the influence of the EU and the US; 9. Sovereignty and the rule of law in global times.

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This book examines the relationship between illegal migration and globalization.

About the Author

Catherine Dauvergne is Professor and Canada Research Chair in Migration Law for the University of British Columbia Faculty of Law. She is author of the book Humanitarianism Identity and Nation: Migration Laws of Australia and Canada and is editor of Jurisprudence for an Interconnected Globe. She has also published articles in the Modern Law Review, Theoretical Inquiries in Law, Social and Legal Studies, the International Journal of Refugee Law, Sydney Law Review, Melbourne Law Review, Res Publica, and the Osgoode Hall Law Journal, amongst others.


'... as a critique of the current terrain, this is a powerful, well-researched, and important work. That this book raises more questions than it answers is one of its strengths.' Journal of Law and Society
"...This well-written, thorougly researched volume offers an excellent scholarly contribution to the field. Its ability to offer solid interdisciplinary perspectives..., while remaining grounded in the embryonic area of migration law, is valuable. Recommended." --J.M. Ackleson, New Mexico State University, CHOICE
"...In her stimulating book, Catherine Dauvergne provides a multifaceted look at why the operations of national sovereignty and the formal state citizenship are inadequate, even irrational and often unjust...thoughtful, hopeful, and welcome invitation worth sharing with others, and for that reason alone, her book is a worthwhile read." --John SW Park, Department of Asian American Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara, The Law and Politics Book Review

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