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GEOG1500 Global Geopolitics Module Reading List

Global Geopolitics, Migration and Uneven Development, 2019/20, Semester 1
Dr Martin Purvis
m.c.purvis@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

1) Global perspectives and interconnections

Key reading:

Driver, F. (2014) ‘Imaginative Geographies’, in P. Cloke, P. Crang and M. Goodwin (eds.) Introducing Human Geographies (3rd edition), London: Routledge, pp. 234-248. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Further reading:

Adams, P. C. (2018) Migration maps with the news: guidelines for ethical visualisations of mobile populations, Journalism Studies 19(4): 527-547.

Black, J. (1997) Maps and Politics, London: Reaktion – Chapter 2 ‘Mapping the world and its peoples’.

Crampton, J. (2014) ‘The power of maps’, in P. Cloke, P. Crang and M. Goodwin (eds.) Introducing Human Geographies (3rd edition), London: Routledge, pp. 192-202. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Dodds, K. (2019) Geopolitics: A Very Short Introduction (3rd edition). Oxford: Oxford University Press. Chapter 6 ‘Objects’ - especially pp 130-135 on maps.

Hennig, B. (2019) ‘Views of the World’ http://www.viewsoftheworld.net/ - this is a fascinating website which shows how issues such as development, population growth, and the current debt crisis can be illuminated through innovative forms of mapping.

Saunders, R. A. (2019) (Profitable) imaginaries of black power: the popular and political geographies of Black Panther, Political Geography 69: 139-149.

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2) Geopolitics: space, place and power

 Key reading:

Dodds, K. (2019) Geopolitics: A Very Short Introduction (3rd edition). Oxford: Oxford University Press. Chapter 1 ‘What is geopolitics?’ Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

Further reading:

Agnew, J. (2013) ‘The origins of critical geopolitics’, in K. Dodds, M. Kuus and J. Sharp (eds) The Ashgate Research Companion to Critical Geopolitics. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 19-32. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Braden, K. E. and Shelley, F. M. (2000) Engaging Geopolitics. Harlow: Prentice Hall. Chapter 2 ‘Fundamental concepts of geopolitics’ pp. 5-21. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Dahlman C T (2009) ‘Geopolitics’, in C. Gallaher, C. Dahlman, M. Gilmartin, A. Mountz, P. Shirlow, (eds)  Key Concepts in Political GeographyThousand Oaks: Sage, pp. 87-98. Available in the library catalogue as an e-book.

Dodds, K. (2019) Geopolitics: A Very Short Introduction (3rd edition). Oxford: Oxford University Press. Especially Chapter 2 ‘Intellectual poison?’

Oslender, U. (2009) ‘Anti-geopolitics’, N. Thrift & R. Kitchin (eds) International Encyclopedia of Human Geography. London: Elsevier, pp. 152-158. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Reuber, P. (2009) ‘Geopolitics’, in N. Thrift & R. Kitchin (eds) International Encyclopedia of Human Geography. London: Elsevier, pp. 441-452. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Sharp, J. P. (2014) ‘Critical geopolitics’, in P. Cloke, P. Crang and M. Goodwin (eds.) Introducing Human Geographies (3rd edition), London: Routledge, pp. 530-541. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

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3) Cold War geopolitics

Key reading:

Gilmartin, M. (2009) ‘Ideology’, in C. Gallaher, C. Dahlman, M. Gilmartin, A. Mountz, P. Shirlow, (eds)  Key Concepts in Political GeographyThousand Oaks: Sage, pp. 136-143. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Further reading:

Agnew, J. (2003) Geopolitics: Re-visioning World Politics (2nd edition), London: Routledge – Chapter 6 ‘Three ages of geopolitics’ especially pp. 102-13. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Braden, K. E. and Shelley, F. M. (2000) Engaging Geopolitics. Harlow: Prentice Hall. Chapter 3 'The Cold War' pp. 22-36. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Dahlman C T (2009) ‘Superpower’, in C. Gallaher, C. Dahlman, M. Gilmartin, A. Mountz, P. Shirlow, (eds)  Key Concepts in Political GeographyThousand Oaks: Sage, pp. 99-109. Available in the library catalogue as an e-book.

Dodds, K. (2003) ‘Cold War geopolitics’ in J. Agnew, K. Mitchell and G. Toal (eds) A Companion to Political Geography, Oxford: Blackwells, pp. 204-18. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Kalinovsky, A. M. and Daigle, C. (eds) (2014) The Routledge Handbook of the Cold War. Abingdon: Routledge. See especially Chapter 1 ‘Incompatible universalisms’; Chapter 7 ‘The Cold War and decolonization’; Chapter 20 ‘Nuclear weapons and the Cold War’; Chapter 26 ‘Explanations for the end of the Cold War’. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Luke, T.W. (2009) ‘Cold War’ in N. Thrift & R. Kitchin (eds) International Encyclopedia of Human Geography. London: Elsevier, pp. 170-174. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

MacDonald, F. (2008) ‘Space and the atom: on the popular geopolitics of Cold War rocketry’, Geopolitics 13(4), pp. 611-34.

Sargent D (2013) The Cold War and the international political economy in the 1970s, Cold War History, 13(3), 393-425.

Warner, G. (2013) ‘Geopolitics and the Cold War’, in R. H. Immerman and P. Goedde (eds) The Oxford Handbook of the Cold War. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 67-85. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Zubok V (2017) The Soviet Union and China in the 1980s: reconciliation and divorce, Cold War History, 17(2), 121-141.

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4) A new world order – the triumph of the neoliberal West?

Key reading:

Gallaher, C. (2009) ‘Neoliberalism’, in C. Gallaher, C. Dahlman, M. Gilmartin, A. Mountz, P. Shirlow, (eds)  Key Concepts in Political GeographyThousand Oaks: Sage, pp. 152-163. Available in the library catalogue as an e-book.

Further reading:

Acharya, A. (2018) The End of American World Order. London: Polity. Chapter 2 ‘The rise and fall of the unipolar moment’, pp. 30-44. Available in the library catalogue as an e-book.

Cox, M. (2017) ‘From the end of the Cold War to a new global era?’. In J. Baylis, S. Smith and P. Owens (eds) (2017) The Globalization of World Politics. An Introduction to International Relations (7th edition), Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 68-82.

Dumbrell, J. (2018) America in the 1990s: searching for purpose. In Cox M and Stokes D (eds) US Foreign Policy (3rd edition). Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 97-110.

Ikenberry, G. J. (2018) ‘The end of the liberal international order?’, International Affairs, 94(1): 7-23.

Mearsheimer, J. J. (2019) Bound to fail: the rise and fall of the liberal international order, International Security 43(4): 7-50.

Rodrik, D. (2019) Globalization's wrong turn: and how it hurt America, Foreign Affairs, 98(4), 26-33.

Suri, J. (2009) American Grand Strategy from the Cold War’s end to 9/11, Orbis, 53(4): 611-627.

Thies, W. J. (1994) ‘Rethinking the new world order’, Orbis, 38(4): 621-634.

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5) Global culture wars

Key reading:

Kirsch, S. (2014) ‘War and peace’, in P. Cloke, P. Crang and M. Goodwin (eds.) Introducing Human Geographies (3rd edition), London: Routledge, pp. 542-555. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Further reading:

Alvi H (2019) Terrorism in Africa: the rise of Islamist extremism and jihadism, Insight Turkey 21(1): 111-132.

Basit, A. (2019) ‘What next for the Islamic State after territorial losses’, Counter Terrorist Trends and Analyses, 11(6): 1-7. Available online

BBC News (2018) ‘Islamic State conflict’, BBC News http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/24758587 - a good source of information and background analysis.

BBC News (2019) ‘The Arab world in seven charts: Are Arabs turning their backs on religion?’ BBC News https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-48703377

Dodds, K. (2019) Geopolitics: A Very Short Introduction (3rd edition). Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp 116-121 'Geopolitics and civilisations'

Haynes, J. (2019) ‘From Huntington to Trump: twenty-five years of the “Clash of Civilizations”, The Review of Faith & International Affairs, 17(1) 11-23.

Huntington, S. P. (1993) ‘The clash of civilizations?’, Foreign Affairs 72(3): 22-49.

Kiras, J. D. (2017) ‘Terrorism and globalization’, in J. Baylis, S. Smith and P. Owens (eds) The Globalization of World Politics. An Introduction to International Relations (7th edition) Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 402-418.

Kreps S (2009) American Grand Strategy after Iraq, Orbis, 53(4): 629-645.

Roberts, S., Secor, A. and Sparke, M. (2003) ‘Neoliberal geopolitics’, Antipode 35(5): 886-897.

Rogers, P. (2018) ‘Global terrorism’, in M. Cox and D. Stokes (eds) US Foreign Policy (3rd edition) Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 293-307.

Rudner, M. (2017) “Electronic Jihad”: the internet as al Qaeda’s catalyst for global terror, Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 40(1): 10-23.

Said, E. (2001) ‘The clash of ignorance’, The Nation, 4 October https://www.thenation.com/article/clash-ignorance/ (to be read as a response to Huntington 1993)

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6) New spaces of threat – terror and the city

Key reading:

Wood, D.M. (2010) ‘Urban insecurity’, J.P. Burgess (ed) The Routledge Handbook of New Security Studies, Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 197-207. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Further reading:

Beall, J. (2006) ‘Cities, terrorism and development’, Journal of International Development 18: 105-20.

Coaffee, J. and Wood, D.M. (2006) ‘Security is coming home: rethinking scale and constructing resilience in the global urban response to terrorist risk’, International Relations, Vol. 20, No. 4, pp. 503-17.

Coaffee, J., O’Hare, P., and Hawkesworth, M. (2009). The visibility of (in)security: the aesthetics of planning urban defences against terrorism, Security Dialogue, 40(4–5): 489–511.

English, R. (2019) ‘Change and continuity across the 9/11 fault line: rethinking twenty-first-century responses to terrorism’, Critical Studies on Terrorism 12(1): 78-88.

Keenan, K. (2018). Rethinking place in the study of societal responses to terrorism: Insights from Boston, Massachusetts (USA). Urban Studies, 55(2): 461–480.

Krasmann, S. and Hentschel, C. (2019). ‘Situational awareness’: Rethinking security in times of urban terrorism’, Security Dialogue, 50(2):181–197

Mirgani, S. (2017) Target Markets:  International Terrorism Meets Global Capitalism in the Mall, Bielefeld: transcript Verlag. Chapter 1 ‘Introduction: international terrorism meets global capitalism in the mall’, pp. 9-26. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Silberberg, S. (2014) ‘Access denied: how security is transforming public space’, The Conversation, 17 November http://theconversation.com/access-denied-how-security-is-transforming-public-space-32660

Wood, D. M. (2014) ‘Risk/fear/surveillance’, in P. Cloke, P. Crang and M. Goodwin (eds.) Introducing Human Geographies (3rd edition), London: Routledge, pp. 838-851. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

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7) States – What They Do and Why They Matter

Key reading:

Painter, J. and Jeffrey, A. (2009) Political Geography (2nd edition). London: Sage. Chapter 2 'State Formation'. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Other reading:

Agnew, J. (2003) Geopolitics: Re-visioning World Politics (2nd edition). London: Routledge. Chapter 4 'A world of territorial states'. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Blacksell, M. (2006) Political Geography. London: Routledge. Chapter 3 'The idea of the state'. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Braden, K.E. and Shelley, F.M. (2014) Engaging Geopolitics (2nd Edition). Abingdon: Pearson Education. Sections 2.2 'Nations and states'; 2.3 'Power and territory'; 2.4 'Territory and conflict. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Dear, M. and Clark, G. (1978) The state and geographic process: a critical review. Environment and Planning A, 10: 173-183. This is an old paper, but it’s a classic in the field and still highly relevant. Available online

Jones, M., Jones, R., Whitehead, M., Woods, M., Dixon, D. and Hannah, M. (2015) Introduction to Political Geography: Space, Place and Politics (2nd Edition). London: Routledge. Chapter 2 'States and territories'. Available via the library catalogue as an ebook.

Kuus, M. and Agnew, J. (2008) 'Theorizing the state geographically: sovereignty, subjectivity and territoriality'. In K.R. Cox, M. Low and J. Robinson (eds.). The SAGE Handbook of Political Geography. London: Sage.

Pierson, C. (2011) The Modern State (3rd edition). London: Routledge.

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8) Nations and Nationalism – Aspirations to Statehood

Key reading: 

Sidaway, J. and Grundy-Warr, C. (2016) 'The place of the nation-state'. In P. Daniels, M. Bradshaw, D. Shaw, J. Sidaway and T. Hall (eds) An Introduction to Human Geography (5th Edition). Harlow: Pearson Education, pp. 439-455. Also useful for lecture 10. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Further reading:

Antonsich, M. (2016) 'The “everyday” of banal nationalism – ordinary people’s views on Italy and Italian', Political Geography 54: 32–42.

Braden, K.E. and Shelley, F.M. (2014) Engaging Geopolitics (2nd Edition). Abingdon: Pearson Education. Chapter 5 'Nationalism and Culture'. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Connor W (1994) Ethnonationalism: The Quest for Understanding. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Chapter 4 'Terminological Chaos' (“A nation is a nation, is a state, is an ethnic group, is a ….”, pp. 89-117).  This was originally published in 1978 and so it is quite old now, but it’s a classic text and worth a read. [Request OCR].   

Edensor, T. and Sumartojo, S. (2018) 'Geographies of everyday nationhood: experiencing multiculturalism in Melbourne', Nations and Nationalism 24(3): 553-578.

Flint, C. (2012) Introduction to Geopolitics (2nd edition). London: Routledge. Chapter 4 'Embedding geopolitics within national identity'. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Gellner, E. (2006) Nations and Nationalism (2nd edition). Oxford: Blackwell. Chapter 1 'Definitions' [Request OCR or ebook] Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Gellner, E. (2006) Nations and Nationalism (2nd edition). Oxford: Blackwell. Chapter 5 'What is a nation?' [Request OCR or ebook] Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Gruffudd, P. (2014) 'Nationalism'. In P. Cloke, P. Crang and M. Goodwin (eds.) Introducing Human Geographies (3rd edition). London: Routledge, pp. 556-567. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Johnson, N. (2002) 'The renaissance of nationalism'. In R.J. Johnston, P.J. Taylor and M.J. Watts (eds). Geographies of Global Change: Remapping the World (2nd edition). Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 130-142. [Request OCR] Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

Jones, M., Jones, R., Whitehead, M., Woods, M., Dixon, D. and Hannah, M. (2015) Introduction to Political Geography: Space, Place and Politics (2nd Edition). London: Routledge. Chapter 5 'The political geographies of nationalism'. Available via the library catalogue as an ebook.

Penrose, J. and Mole, R.C.M. (2008) 'Nation-states and national identity'. In K.R. Cox, M. Low and J. Robinson (eds.). The SAGE Handbook of Political Geography. London: Sage. [Need to purchase as an ebook if possible]

Segal, D.A. and Handler, R. (2006) 'Cultural approaches to nationalism'. In G. Delanty and K. Kumar (eds.). The Sage Handbook of Nations and Nationalism. London: Sage, pp. 57-65. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Storey, D. (2012) 'Territory, Space and Society'. In P. Daniels, M. Bradshaw, D. Shaw and J. Sidaway (Eds) An Introduction to Human Geography (4th Edition). Harlow: Pearson Education, pp. 432-465. This whole chapter is interesting but, in particular, I want you to read thematic case study 21.3, pp. 451-452 on the break-up of Yugoslavia.

Wood N. (2012) 'Playing with 'Scottishness': Musical performance, non-representational thinking and the 'doings' of national identity'. Cultural Geographies 19(2): 195-215.

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9) Beyond the State – Supra-national Institutions and the World Geopolitical Order

Key reading:

Jones, M., Jones, R., Whitehead, M., Woods, M., Dixon, D. and Hannah, M. (2015) Introduction to Political Geography: Space, Place and Politics (2nd Edition). London: Routledge. Chapter 9 'Political geographies of globalisation'. Available via the library catalogue as an ebook. This is also useful for lecture 10.

Further reading:

Blacksell, M. (2006) Political Geography. London: Routledge. Chapter 12 'International government and the modern state'. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Braden, K.E. and Shelley, F.M. (2014) Engaging Geopolitics (2nd Edition). Abingdon: Pearson Education. Chapter 8 'International law'. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Curtis, D.E.A. and Taylor, P. (2017) 'The United Nations'. In J. Baylis, S. Smith and P. Owens (eds) The Globalization of World Politics: An Introduction to International Relations (7th Edition). Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 330-346. [Request OCR] Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

McGrew, A. (2017) 'Globalization and global politics'. In J. Baylis, S. Smith and P. Owens (eds) The Globalization of World Politics: An Introduction to International Relations (7th Edition). Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 15-32. [Request OCR] Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

Park, S. (2017) 'International organizations in world politics'. In J. Baylis, S. Smith and P. Owens (eds) The Globalization of World Politics: An Introduction to International Relations (7th Edition). Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 316-329. [Request OCR] Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

Roberts, S.M. (2002) 'Global regulation and trans-state organization'. In R.J. Johnston, P.J. Taylor and M.J. Watts (eds). Geographies of Global Change: Remapping the World (2nd edition). Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 143-157. [request OCR] Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

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10) Disputing the Authority of the State – Multi-National Challengers and Global Challenges

Key reading:

Jones, M., Jones, R., Whitehead, M., Woods, M., Dixon, D. and Hannah, M. (2015) Introduction to Political Geography: Space, Place and Politics (2nd Edition). London: Routledge. Chapter 9 'Political geographies of globalisation'. Available via the library catalogue as an ebook. This is also useful for lecture 9.

Further reading:

Biswas, S. 2002. W(h)ither the nation-state? National and state identitiy in the face of fragmentation and globalisation. Global Society 16(2), pp. 175-198.

Blacksell, M. (2006) Political Geography. London: Routledge. Chapter 11 'Globalisation and the theory of world systems'. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Braden, K.E. and Shelley, F.M. (2014) Engaging Geopolitics (2nd Edition). Abingdon: Pearson Education. Chapter 9 'Living with paradox'. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book. This chapter will make more sense if you have read the Braden and Shelley chapters for my other lectures.

Delanty, G. and Rumford, C. (2007) 'Political globalization'. In G. Ritzer (ed.). The Blackwell Companion to Globalization. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 414-428. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Dicken, Peter (2007) 'Economic globalization: corporations'. In G. Ritzer (ed.). The Blackwell Companion to Globalization. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 291-306. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Flint, C. and Taylor, P. (2018) Political Geography: World-Economy, Nation-State and Locality (7th Edition). Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 225-230 - 'Territorial states under conditions of globalisation - part of chapter 4'. Available via the library catalogue as an ebook.

Jones, M., Jones, R., Whitehead, M., Woods, M., Dixon, D. and Hannah, M. (2015) Introduction to Political Geography: Space, Place and Politics (2nd Edition). London: Routledge. Chapter 9 'Political geographies of globalisation'. Available via the library catalogue as an ebook. This is also useful for lecture 9.

Paasi, A. (2003) 'Boundaries in a globalizing world'. In K. Anderson, M. Domosh, S. Pile and N. Thrift (eds.) Handbook of Cultural Geography. London: Sage, pp. 462-472. Available via the library catalogue as an ebook.

Sidaway, J. and Grundy-Warr, C. (2016) 'The place of the nation-state'. In P. Daniels, M. Bradshaw, D. Shaw, J. Sidaway and T. Hall (eds) An Introduction to Human Geography (5th Edition). Harlow: Pearson Education, pp. 439-455. Also useful for lecture 10. Available via the library catalogue as an e-book.

Steger, M.B. (2017) Globalization: A Very Short Introduction (4th edition). Oxford: Oxford University Press. Chapter 1 'Globalization: A contested concept' and Chapter 3 'The economic dimension of globalisation' Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva . [Request purchase as an ebook]    

Wolf, M. 2001. Will the nation-state survive globalization? Foreign Affairs 80(1), pp. 178-190.

 

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Migration and Development (weeks 7-11)

Key readings

Carr, M. (2012) Fortress Europe: Dispatches from a Gated Continent. New York: New Press.

Jones, R. (2016) Violent Borders. New York: Verso. 

Lisle, D. (2016) Holidays in the Danger Zone: Entanglements of War and Tourism. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. 

Mitchell, K., Jones, R. and Fluri, J. D. (eds) (2019) Handbook on Critical Geographies of Migration. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 

Trauger, A. and Fluri, J. L. (2019) Engendering Development: Capitalism and Inequality in the Global Economy. Abingdon: Routledge. 

 

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11) Population Movements

Key reading:

Crawley, H., and D. Skleparis. 2017. “Refugees, Migrants, Neither or Both: Categorical Fetishism and the Politics of Bounding in Europe’s ‘Migration Crisis’.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 44:1, 48-64 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/1369183X.2017.1348224

doi: 10.1080/1369183X.2017.1348224

Further reading:

King, R. 2015. “Migration Comes of Age.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 38 (13): 2366–2372. doi: 10.1080/01419870.2015.1034744

King, R. 2012. Geography and migration studies: retrospect and prospect. Population, Space and Place, 18: 134-53.

Castles, S., H. De Haas, and M. J. Miller. 2014. The Age of Migration. Oxford: Macmillan.

Crawley, H., F. Düvell, K. Jones, S. McMahon, and N. Sigona. 2016. Destination Europe? Understanding the Dynamics and Drivers of Mediterranean Migration in 2015. MEDMIG Final report www.medmig.info/research-brief-desination-europe.pdf

Castles, S. 2010. Understanding Global Migration: A Social Transformation Perspective, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 36:10, 1565-1586, DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2010.489381

Gilmartin, M., & Kuusisto-Arponen, A. K. 2019. Borders and bodies: siting critical geographies of migration. In Handbook on Critical Geographies of Migration. Edward Elgar Publishing. pp. 18-29.      

Hathaway, J. 2016. A global solution to a global refugee crisis. Open Democracy, February 25th [online] https://www.opendemocracy.net/openglobalrights/james-c-hathaway/global-solution-to-global-refugee-crisis

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12) Borders and Migration

Key reading:

Jones, R. 2016. Conclusion: Movement as a Political Act, in Violent Borders: Refugees and the Right to Move. London: Verso, pp. 162-180.    

Further reading:

Burridge, A., Gill, N. Kocher, A. and Martin, L. 2017. Polymorphic borders. Territory, Politics, Governance, 5(3): 239-251.

Carr, M. 2012. Fortress Europe: Dispatches from a Gated Continent. NY: New Press.

Gilmartin, M. 2018. Beyond walls: border epistemologies and the politics of migration. Political Geography, 66: 206-208.

Mainwaring, C., and N. Brigden. 2016. “Beyond the Border: Clandestine Migration Journeys.” Geopolitics 21 (2): 243–262. doi: 10.1080/14650045.2016.1165575

Jenkins, M. 2014. On the effects and implications of UK border agency involvement in higher education. The Geographical Journal, 180(3): 265-270 doi:10.1111/geoj.12066

Jones, R. 2016. Violent Borders: Refugees and the Right to Move. London: Verso.

Sparke, M. 2006. A neoliberal nexus: economy, security and the biopolitics of citizenship on the border. Political Geography, 25(2): 151-180.

 

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13) Unequal Mobilities - Tourists, Migrants, and Displaced People

Key reading:

Lisle, D. (2016) Holidays in the Danger Zone: Entanglements of War and Tourism Minn: U. Minnesota Press. Ch. 4 Global Interventions: Contested History and the Rise of Dark Tourism. 
   

Kincaid, J. 2000.  a Small Place. NY: Farrar, Straus, Giroux. pp. 3-14.
      
    

Further reading:  

Bartram, D. 2015. “Forced Migration and “Rejected Alternatives”: A Conceptual Refinement.” Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies, 13(4): 439–456. doi: 10.1080/15562948.2015.1030489

Holliday, R., Jones, M. and Bell, D. 2019. Beautyscapes: Mapping Cosmetic Surgery Tourism. Manchester: Man U. Press.   

Klak, T. 2007. Sustainable Ecotourism Development in Central America and the Caribbean: Review of Debates and Conceptual Reformulation. Geography Compass 1/5: 1037–1057.

Meschkank, J. 2011. Investigations into slum tourism in Mumbai: poverty tourism and the tensions between different constructions of reality, GeoJournal, 76(1): 47-62

Morris, H. 2018. Holidays in the danger zone: UK tour operators that ignore Foreign Office advice. The Telegraph, May 14. Online: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/news/tour-operators-foreign-office-advice-danger-zone/

 

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14) Migration and Development from Above

 Key reading:

Georgi, F. 2010. “For the Benefit of Some: The International Organization for Migration and its Global Migration Management." In Geiger, M. & Pecoud, A. The politics of international migration management. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 45-67.     

Further reading:

Bakewell, O. 2008. "Keeping the in their place": The ambivalent relationship between development and migration in Africa. Third World Quarterly, 29(7): 1341-1358.

Collyer, M., & King, R. 2015. Producing transnational space: International migration and the extra-territorial reach of state power. Progress in Human Geography, 39, 185–204.doi:10.1177/0309132514521479

Castles, S., & Delgado Wise, R. 2016. Migration and development: Perspectives from the South, IOM publication. http://publications.iom.int/system/files/pdf/md_perspectives_from_the_south.pdf

De Haas, H. 2010. Migration and development: A theoretical perspective. International migration review, 44(1), 227-264.

Delgado Wise, Raúl 2013. "Reframing the Debate on Migration, Development and Human Rights". Population Space and Place, 19 (4), p. 430-43.

Raghuram, P. 2009. Which Migration, What Development? Unsettling the Edifice of Migration and Development. Population, Space and Place 15(2):103–117.

Sørensen, N. N. 2012. Revisiting the migration–development nexus: From social networks and remittances to markets for migration control. International Migration, 50(3), 61-76.

 

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15) Migration and Development from Below: The Migration Industry

Key reading:

Cranston, S., Schapendonk, J. and Spaan, E. 2018. New directions in exploring the migration industries: introduction to special issue, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 44:4, 543-557, DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2017.1315504  

Further reading:

Andersson, R. 2014. Illegality, Inc.: Clandestine Migration and the Business of Bordering Europe. Oakland: University of California Press.   

Hiemstra, N. and Conlon, D. 2018. The danger of building detention economies. The Hill (Opinion piece), March 22: http://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/homeland-security/393684-the-danger-of-building-detention-economies

Findlay, A., McCollum, D., Shubin, S., Apsite, E., and Krisjane, Z. 2013. The role of recruitment agencies in imagining and producing the 'good migrant'. Social and Cultural Geography, 10(4): 441-460.

Gammeltoft-Hansen, T., and Nyberg-Sørensen, N. 2013. The Migration Industry and the Commercialization of International Migration. New York: Routledge.  

Hernández L. R. 2013. “Conceptualizing the Migration Industry.” In The Migration Industry and the Commercialization of International Migration, edited by T. Gammeltoft-Hansen and N. Nyberg Sorenson, 24–44. Oxford: Routledge     

Spener, D. 2009. “Some Critical Reflections on the Migration Industry Concept.” Accessed March 1, 2016. http://www.trinity.edu/dspener/clandestinecrossings/related%20articles/migration%20industry.pdf

Xiang, B., and J. Lindquist. 2014. “Migration Infrastructure.” International Migration Review 48 (S1): S122–S148. doi: 10.1111/imre.12141

 

 

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16) Soft Power and Migration Management

Key reading:

Geiger, M., & Pécoud, A. (2014). International organisations and the politics of migration. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies40(6), 865-887.

 

Further reading:

Andrijasevic, R., and W. Walters. 2010. “The International Organization for Migration and the International Government of Borders.” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space  28 (6): 977–999. doi:10.1068/d1509

Betts, A. 2011. “Introduction: Global Migration Governance.” In Global Migration Governance, edited by A. Betts, 1–33. Oxford: Oxford University Press

Collyer, M (2019). From preventive to repressive: the changing use of development and humanitarianism to control migration. In Katharyne Mitchell and Reece Jones and Jennifer Fluri (eds) Critical geographies of migration. Chelenham, UK: Edward Elgar. 170-192

Geiger, M., & Pécoud, A. (2010). The politics of international migration management. In The politics of international migration management (pp. 1-20). Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Geiger, M. 2013. “The Transformation of Migration Politics: From Migration Control to Disciplining Mobility.” In Disciplining the Transnational Mobility of People, edited by M. Geiger and A. Pécoud, 15–40. Basingstoke: Palgrave. 

Graae Gammeltoft-Hansen, T. (2006). Outsourcing Migration Management: EU, power, and the external dimension of asylum and immigration policy (No. 2006: 1). DIIS Working Paper.

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17) Human Mobility and Financial Flows

Key reading:

De Haas, H. (2005). International migration, remittances and development: myths and facts. Third World Quarterly, 26(8), 1269-1284.

 

Additional reading:

Agrawal, A., Kapur, D., McHale, J., & Oettl, A. (2011). Brain drain or brain bank? The impact of skilled emigration on poor-country innovation. Journal of Urban Economics, 69(1), 43-55.

Datta K (2012) Transnational money: the formalization of migrant remittances, in Datta, K. (2012). Migrants and their money: surviving financial exclusion in London. Policy Press. 

Datta, K. (2017). ‘Mainstreaming’the ‘alternative’? The financialization of transnational migrant remittances. In Handbook on the Geographies of Money and Finance. Edward Elgar Publishing. 

Gamburd, Michele Ruth (2000). The Kitchen Spoon’s Handle: Transnationalism and Sri Lanka’sMigrant Housemaids Cornell University Press, pp. 123¬‐150

Kunz, R. (2018). Remittances in the global political economy. In Handbook on the International Political Economy of Gender. Edward Elgar Publishing.

Smith, M. P., & Saper, R. M. (2019). Transnational migrants as consumer advocates for remittance reform. Territory, Politics, Governance7(3), 386-405.

Zapata, G. P. (2019). Invisible Development? Remittances for Housing and Transnational Reproduction Strategies among Migrant Households in Colombia. International Migration57(4), 21-39.

 

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18)  Gender, poverty, and development  

Key reading:

Trauger, A., & Fluri, J. L. (2019). Engendering Development: Capitalism and Inequality in the Global Economy. Routledge. 8 (Gender and development technologies)

 

Further Reading

Batliwala, S., & Dhanraj, D. (2007). Gender myths that instrumentalize women: a view from the Indian front line. Feminisms in development: contradictions, contestations and challenges, 21-34.

Chant, S. (2008). Dangerous equations? How female-headed households became the poorest of the poor: causes, consequences and cautions. In Cornwall, A., & Whitehead, A. (Eds). Feminisms in development: Contradictions, contestations and challenges. Zed Books.#

McIlwaine, C., & Datta, K. (2003). From feminising to engendering development. Gender, Place and Culture, 10(4), 369-382.

Roy, A. (2015). In her name: The gender order of global poverty management. In Wages of Empire (pp. 36-47). Routledge. 

Taylor, Marcus. "The Antinomies of ‘Financial Inclusion’: Debt, Distress and the Workings of I ndian Microfinance." Journal of Agrarian Change 12, no. 4 (2012): 601-610.

Trauger, A., & Fluri, J. L. (2019). Engendering Development: Capitalism and Inequality in the Global Economy. Routledge. Chapter 7 (Health and population)

 

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19) New Geopolitical Statecrafts: military-humanitarian frontier

Key reading:

Garelli, G., & Tazzioli, M. (2019). 14. Military-humanitarianism. Handbook on Critical Geographies of Migration, 182-192.

 

Further reading:

Chandler, D. (2001). The road to military humanitarianism: How the human rights NGOs shaped a new humanitarian agenda. Human rights quarterly.23, 678-700.

https://heinonline.org/HOL/Page?collection=journals&handle=hein.journals/hurq23&id=697&men_tab=srchresults

Joachim, J., & Schneiker, A. (2012). New humanitarians? Frame appropriation through private military and security companies. Millennium40(2), 365-388.

Lischer, Sarah Kenyon. "Collateral damage: Humanitarian assistance as a cause of conflict." International Security 28, no. 1 (2003): 79-109.

Pallister-Wilkins, P. (2017). Humanitarian borderwork. In Border Politics (pp. 85-103). Springer, Cham. 

Spearin, C. (2008). Private, armed and humanitarian? States, NGOs, international private security companies and shifting humanitarianism. Security Dialogue39(4), 363-382.

Terry, Fiona. Condemned to repeat?: The paradox of humanitarian action. Cornell University Press, 2013. Chapter 1

Weiss, Thomas G., and Kurt M. Campbell. "Military humanitarianism." Survival  33, no. 5 (1991): 451-465.

 

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20) Geopolitics, Control, and Resistance

Key Reading:

Routledge, P., 2003. Anti-geopolitics. A companion to political geography, pp.236-248.

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Katharyne_Mitchell/publication/249358526_A_Companion_to_Political_Geography/links/0deec536a55bb4fe49000000.pdf#page=252

 

Further Readings

Keck, Margaret E., and Kathryn Sikkink. "Transnational advocacy networks in international and regional politics." International social science journal 51, no. 159 (1999): 89-101.

http://courses.washington.edu/pbaf531/KeckSikkink.pdf

 

Routledge, P. (2000). “Our resistance will be as transnational as capital”: Convergence space and strategy in globalising resistance. GeoJournal, 25–33

 

Robinson, W., 1998. ‘Latin America and Global Capitalism’. Race and Class40(2/3), pp.111-131.

https://leeds.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/discovery/fulldisplay?docid=sage_s10_1177_030639689904000208&context=PC&vid=44LEE_INST:VU1&lang=en&search_scope=My_Inst_CI_not_ebsco&adaptor=Primo%20Central&tab=AlmostEverything&query=any,contains,Robinson%20%20W.%20%201998.%20%E2%80%98Latin%20America%20and%20Global%20Capitalism%E2%80%99.%20Race%20and%20Class%20%2040(2%2F3)%20%20pp.111-131.&offset=0

 

Ziai, A., 2014, September. Post-development concepts? Buen vivir, ubuntu and degrowth. In Fourth International Conference on Degrowth for Ecological Sustainability and Social Equity.

https://www.degrowth.info/en/catalogue-entry/post-development-concepts-buen-vivir-ubuntu-and-degrowth/

 

 

 

This list was last updated on 08/12/2019