Senior Fellow Karam Yahya authored a chapter in “Stealing Time: Migration, Temporalities and State Violence,” a new book published by Palgrave Macmillan and the Bristol University.
Discussing “Protracted Refugee Situation,” Karam’s chapter is one of ten chapters discussing migration, temporalities and state violence.
According to the authors, “the book draws together empirical contributions which focus on conceptualizing the lived realities of time and temporality in migrant lives and journeys.”
It was written by “authors from six continents, all of whom have researched, lived through, or challenged the harms of borders and the state and bureaucratic violence that impacts on migrant time, autonomy and lives.”
To read more information about the book and to purchase it either in its e-book or hardcover form, follow this link.
Join the book launch on October 5. This online event will bring together the editors and authors of this new ground-breaking collection. Registration is available here.