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Alinia, M., O. Wahlbeck, B. Eliassi & K. Khayati (2014) The Kurdish Diaspora: Transnational Ties, Home, and Politics of Belonging, Nordic Journal of Migration Research. 4 (2). pp. 53-56.

Alinia, M., & Eliassi, B. (2014). Identity, home(land) and politics of belonging: comparing two generations of Kurdish diaspora. Nordic Journal of Migration Research, 4(2), 73-81.

Alinia, M. & B. Eliassi (2014) Temporal and Generational Impact on Identity, Home(Land) and Politics of Belonging among the Kurdish Diaspora, Nordic Journal of Migration Research. 4 (2). pp. 73–81.

Anderson, D. M., H. Elliott, H. Hussein Kochore & E. Lochery (2012) Camel herders, middlewomen, and urban milk bars: the commodification of camel milk in Kenya. Journal of Eastern African Studies. 6 (3). pp. 383-404.



Brun, C. & Van Hear, N. (2012) Between the local and the diasporic: the shifting centre of gravity in war-torn Sri Lanka’s transnational politics. Contemporary South Asia. 20 (1): 61-75.



Carrier, N. and Kochore, H. (2014). Navigating ethnicity and electoral politics in northern Kenya: the case of the 2013 election. Journal of Eastern African Studies, 8 (1), 135-152. 

Carrier, N. & Lochery, E. (2013) Missing States? Somali Trade Networks and the Eastleigh Transformation. Journal of Eastern African Studies. 7(2). pp. 334-352.

Cohen, R. & Sheringham, O. (2008) Introduction: Islands and Identities. Diaspora: A Journal of Transnational Studies. 17(1). 1-5.

Cohen, R. & Sheringham, O.(2008) The Salience of Islands in the Articulation of Creolization and Diaspora. Diaspora: A Journal of Transnational Studies.17 (1). 6-17



Eliassi, B. (2014) 'La diaspora kurde en Suède', Hommes et migrations, 1307, 144-149. Référence électronique

Eliassi, B. (2014). Constructing cultural otherness within the Swedish welfare state: The case of social workers in Sweden. Qualitative Social Work.

Eliassi, B. (2014). La diaspora kurde en Suède. Revue Hommes & Migrations, 1307, 144-149.

Eliassi, B. (2014). Nationalism, cosmopolitanism and statelessness: an interview with Craig Calhoun. Kurdish Studies, 2(1), 61-74.

Eliassi, B. et al., (2014). Fotbollströjor, terror och tillhörighetspolitik (Football Shirts, Terror and Politics of Belonging).

Eliassi, B. et al., (2014). The Kurdish Diaspora: Transnational Ties, Home, and Politics of Belonging. Nordic Journal of Migration Research, 4(2), 53-56.



Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, E. (2016) 'On the Threshold of Statelessness: Palestinian narratives of loss and erasure,' Journal of Ethnic and Racial Studies, forthcoming. 

Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, E. (2015) ‘Embracing Transculturalism and Footnoting Islam in Accounts of Arab Migration to Cuba,’ Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, doi 10.1080/1369801X.2014.998257.​

Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, E. (2014). Transnational Abductions and Transnational Jurisdictions? The politics of “protecting” female Muslim refugees in Spain. Gender, Place and Culture, 21(2),174-194.

Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, E. (2013) The Intergenerational Politics of ‘Travelling Memories’: Sahrawi refugee youth remembering home-land and home-campJournal of Intercultural Studies 34 (6). pp. 631-649.

Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, E. (2013) Transnational childhood and adolescence: mobilizing Sahrawi identity and politics across time and space. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 36 (5). pp. 875-895.

Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, E. (2013) ‘The Inter-generational Politics of ‘Travelling Memories’: Sahrawi refugee youth remembering home-land and home-camp’ Special Issue of the Journal of Intercultural Studies, 34(6): 631-649.

Lacroix, T. and Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, E. (2013) ‘Refugee and Diaspora Memories: The Politics of Remembering and Forgetting’, Journal of Intercultural Studies, 34(6):684-696.

Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, E. (2011) 'Book Review of Diaspora and Transnationalism: Concepts, Theories and Methods, edited by Rainer Baubock and Thomas Faist,' International Affairs, 82(2).

Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, E. (2011) ‘Book Review of Ethics of Migration Research Methodology: Dealing with Vulnerable Immigrants, edited by Ilse van Liempt and Veronika Bilger.’ Journal of Refugee Studies, 24(1): 211-213.



Gamlen, A., (2015) The impacts of extra-territorial voting: Swings, interregnums and feedback effects in New Zealand elections from 1914 to 2011. Political Geography. 44. pp 1-8.

Gamlen, A. & Délano, A. (2014) Comparing and theorizing state-diaspora relationsPolitical Geography 41. pp 43-53.

Gamlen, A. (2014). Celebrating excellence in migration studies. Migration Studies 2(3), 295-299.

Delano, A. & Gamlen, A. (Eds.) (2014). Special Section on State-Diaspora Relations - Political Geography 41. The Netherlands: Elsevier.

Gamlen, A. (2014) Diaspora Institutions and Diaspora GovernanceInternational Migration Review. 48 (SI). pp S180-217

Gamlen, A. (2014) The new migration-and-development pessimismProgress in Human Geography 38 (4). pp 581-597.

Gamlen, A. (2014). Knowns and known-unknowns on emigration and the diaspora. Invited submission to Our Futures: Te Pae Rawhiti Review, Royal Society of New Zealand.

Gamlen, A. (2014). The new migration-and-development pessimism. Progress in Human Geography, 38(4), 581-597.

Gamlen, A. (2013) ‘Migration Studies: Taking Stock of a New Start’, editorial in Migration Studies 1(3). pp. 253-257.

Gamlen, A., A. Betts, A. Delano, T. Lacroix, E. Paoletti, N. Sigona, and C. Vargas-Silva (2013). Faultlines and Contact Zones: A New Forum for Migration Studies. Migration Studies 1(1). pp. 1-3.

Gamlen, A. (2013) Creating and Destroying Diaspora Strategies: New Zealand’s Emigration Policies Re-examined.  Transactions of the Institute of British Geographer. 38 (2). pp. 238-253.

Garnett, J. & Harris, A. (2013) Wounding and Healing: Dealing with Difference in Christian Narratives of Migrant Women in East London since the 1980s. Women’s History Review 22(5). pp. 739-758

Garnett, J. &  Harris, A. (2011) Faith in the home: catholic spirituality and devotional materiality in East LondonMaterial Religion: Journal of Objects, Art and Belief 7(2). pp. 299–302.

Gidley, B. (2014). Towards a Cosmopolitan History of Jewish Socialism. Socialist History 44.

Gidley, B. (2013). Diasporic Memory and the Call to Identity: Yiddish migrants in early twentieth century East London. Journal of Intercultural Studies. 34 (6). pp.650-664.  



Harris, A. (2013) Building the Docklands settlement: Gender, Gentility and the Gentry in East London, 1893–1939Material Religion: Journal of Objects, Art and Belief. 9 (1). pp.60-84.

Harris, A. & Duffuor, A. (2013). Politics as a Vocation: Prayer, Civic Engagement and the Gendered Re-enchantment of the CityGender and Religion 3(1). pp.21-40.



Jones, W. (2013). UNHCR in Uganda: Better Than Its Reputation Suggests. Forced Migration Review 44. pp.81-83



Keith, M. (2013). Emergent publics, the study of multiculturalism, cohesion and integration. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 36 (9). pp.1374-1392



Lacroix, T. & Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, E. (2013). Refugee and Diaspora Memories: The Politics of Remembering and Forgetting. Journal of Intercultural Studies. 34 (6). pp. 684-696



McDowell, L. (2014). Border crossings: reflections on women’s lives in 20th century Britain. Gender, Place and Culture, 21, 152-173.

McDowell, L. (2014). Gender, work, employment and society: feminist reflections on continuity and change. Work, Employment and Society, 28(5), 825-837.

McDowell, L. (2014). The sexual contract, youth, masculinity and the uncertain promise of waged work in austerity Britain. Australian Feminist Studies, 29, 31-49.

McDowell, L. (2012). Post-crisis, post-Ford and post-gender? Youth identities in an era of austerity. Journal of Youth Studies. 15 (5). pp. 573-90

 McDowell, L, Rootham, E and Hardgrove, A 2014 Precarious work, protest masculinity and communal regulation: South Asian young men in Luton, UK (with Rootham and Hardgrove) Work, Employment and Society 28 (6), 847-864.

McDowell, L., Rootham, E., & Hardgrove, A. (2013). Politics, anti-politics, quiescence and radical unpolitics. Journal of Youth Studies 17(1). pp.42-62



Neveu-Kringelbach, H. (2014). Gendered educational trajectories and transnational marriage among West African students in France. Identities.



Rootham, E., Hardgrove, A. and McDowell, L. (2014). Constructing racialised masculinities in/through affective orientations to a multicultural town. Urban Studies.



Sigona, N. (2014). Campzenship: Reimagining the camp as a social and political space. Citizenship Studies.

Sigona, N. (2013) ‘Il diritto alla voce, il dovere di ascoltare’, in Associazione 21 Luglio, Figli dei Campi: Libro bianco sulla condizione dell’infanzia rom in emergenza abitativa, Rome.

Sigona, N. (2012). Globalisation, rights and the non-citizenSociology 46 (5). pp. 982-988.

Sigona, N. (2012.  Deportation, non-deportation and precarious lives: The everyday lives of undocumented migrant children in Britain. Anthropology Today. 28 (5). pp. 22-23.

Sigona, N. (2012). Between Competing Imaginaries of Statehood: Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian (RAE) Leadership in Newly Independent Kosovo. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 38(8): 1213-1232.

Sigona, N. (2012) ‘Book Review of ‘Children Without a State: a global human rights challenge’ edited by J. Bhabha’, Journal of Refugee Studies 25.

Sigona, N. and Vermeersch, P. (eds.) (2012). The Roma in the New EU: Policies, frames and everyday experiencesJournal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 38 (8).pp.1189-1193



Walker, I. (2012). Comorians and Hadramis in the western Indian Ocean: diasporic practices in a comparative contextSocial Dynamics, 38 (3): 435-453.

Walker, I. (2012). Is social capital fungible? The rise and fall of the Sanduk microcredit project in Ngazidja. Journal of Eastern African Studies. 6 (4). pp. 709-726.

Walker, I. (2012). Ntsambu, the foul smell of home: Food, commensality and identity in the Comoros and in the diaspora. Food and Foodways 20(3-4). pp.187-210.


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In particular, ODP will publish findings in Diaspora: A Journal of Transnational Studies, edited by Professor Khachig Tölölyan

Research may also appear in Diaspora Studies, a journal published by the Organisation for Diaspora Initiatives based in New Delhi. Robin Cohen is on the international advisory board.