Series Editors: Nando Sigona, Institute for Research into Superdiversity, University of Birmingham, UK and Alan Gamlen, Monash University, Australia
This monograph series showcases original research that looks at the nexus between migration, citizenship and social change. This series aims to open up interdisciplinary terrain and to develop new scholarship in migration and refugee studies that is theoretically insightful and innovative, empirically rich and policy engaged.
The series includes research-based monographs and occasionally edited collections, informed by a range of qualitative and quantitative research methods. It is open to in-depth ethnographic/qualitative case studies, international comparative analyses, and everything between. We welcome contributions that that address drivers and dynamics of migration, exile, transnationalism and social change at different scales, and which pay attention to different intersections of race, ethnicity, class, gender and age, and other key identity markers.
Download the series flyer and the proposal guidelines.
Topics may include but are not limited to the following:
- The migration and citizenship nexus
- The construction of borders and practices of bordering
- New processes of migration governance at different scales
- Emerging forms of migrant diversity
- Politics and practices of belonging
- The changing legal statuses of migration and migrants
- New manifestations of transnationalism and diaspora
- The nature and causes of migration ‘crises’
- Geopolitical disruptions and human mobility
Call for proposals:
If you would like to submit a proposal, or to discuss ideas, then please contact the Series Editors: Nando Sigona: N.Sigona@bham.ac.uk, Alan Gamlen: Alan.Gamlen@monash.edu and Shannon Kneis: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find out more about writing for Bristol University Press on our Information for authors page.
International editorial advisory board
- Leah Bassel, University of Roehampton, UK
- Avtar Brah, Birkbeck, University of London, UK
- Sergio Carrera, CEPS, Belgium
- Elaine Chase, University College London, UK
- Alessio D'Angelo, Middlesex University, UK
- Andrew Geddes, European University Institute, Italy
- Roberto G. Gonzales, Harvard University, US
- Elżbieta Goździak, Georgetown University, US
- Jonathan Xavier Inda, University of Illinois, US
- David Ingleby, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Anna Lindley, SOAS University of London, UK
- Cecilia Menjívar, University of California, US
- Peter Nyers, McMaster University, Canada
- Jenny Phillimore, University of Birmingham, UK
- Ben Rogaly, University of Sussex, UK
- Paul Spoonley, Massey University, New Zealand
- Susanne Wessendorf, London School of Economics, UK
- Amanda Wise, Macquarie University, Australia
- Elisabetta Zontini, University of Nottingham, UK