Border Criminologies is an international network of researchers, practitioners, and those who have experienced border control. It is directed in Oxford by Mary Bosworth and managed by Andriani Fili, the Managing Editor. In the US, co-director Juliet Stumpf leads on legal research. Ana Aliverti and Rimple Mehta are Associate Directors of Development and Networks, Vicky Canning and Francesca Esposito are Associate Directors of Community Engagement and Activism, Katja Franko and Alpa Parmar are Associate Directors of Research Collaboration, Sanja Milivojevic and Darshan Vigneswaran are Associate Directors of Communication, Maartje van der Woude and Samuel Singler are Associate Directors of Events, and Devyani Prabhat and Jennifer Koh are Associate Directors of Teaching Collaboration. Together with an international editorial board we produce the Border Criminologies Blog. Claudia McHardy is the Book Review editor together with Bill De La Rosa and Samuel Singler. Border Criminologies has institutional partnerships with the Border Crossing Observatory (Monash University), the Department of Criminology and Sociology of Law (University of Oslo), the European Border Communities research group at Leiden Law School (Leiden University) and CINETS. Together we explore the growing interconnections between border control and criminal justice. For more about Border Criminologies see here.
Border Criminologies seeks to better understand the effects of border control and to explore alternatives. Read our blog for current research and reviews, or explore the website for events, teaching resources, and other materials. To contribute, read our guidelines or contact our editorial team: firstname.lastname@example.org. We have created a new collaborative digital space with short video contributions by migration scholars that highlight the significant aspects of their research and can be used for teaching purposes.
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Book Review: Defending Latina/o Immigrant Communities: The Xenophobic Era of Trump and Beyond
A Paean to Judicial (Self) Restraint: The UK Supreme Court Shamima Begum Decision
Libya’s Figures About Detained Migrants and Detention Centres: Reasons for Recent Fluctuations
12 Mar 2021
Friday - 3:30PM
Motioning the politics of (in)security: From borders and boundaries to the primacy of movement
16 Mar 2021
Tuesday - 4:00PM
Cancelling Citizenship and the Shamima Begum Decision: what remains for Human Rights?
18 Mar 2021
Thursday - 4:30PM
Teaching Immigration Law: Law School Clinics in the US and UK