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Rachel Humphris, author of Home-Land, has written this piece on 'Brexit and domestic borders' on our blog.
From Families, Relationships and Societies:
Migrant mothers: performing kin work and belonging across private and public boundaries
Mothering and othering in the city: Polish migrants in the UK
A mother's work is never done: migrant mothers' struggles and sacrifices in a Swedish context
Transmitting marriage models across generations: narratives of mothers and daughters between Morocco and Italy
Migrant mothers: kin work and cultural work in making future citizens
From Global Discourse:
Seeing Like a European Border: Limits of the European Borders and Space
Reply: Reflections on Borders, Boundaries and the Limits of Europe
Brexit: a requiem for the post-national society?
Reply: Can a post-national vision better tackle racial discrimination than a national one? Response to Adrian Favell: 'Brexit: a requiem for a post-national society?'
Migration, solidarity and the limits of Europe
Reply: Response to 'Migration, Solidarity and the Limits of Europe' by Martina Tazzioli and William Walters