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The Managerialization of Refugee Determinations in Canada
(Droit et Société, 2013)
Although refugees are protected by a myriad of legal norms, this article shows that the domestic process of determining who is awarded this status has become more and more managerialized, even in a country like Canada, ...
Extending Hospitality? History, Courts and the Executive
(Studies in Law, Politics and Society, 2013)
While many consider court involvement in immigration matters a given, in liberal nation-states, there is actually a substantial degree of variation. This chapter revisits two “critical junctures” in the early immigration ...
Anti-British in Every Sense of the Word? Methodist Preachers, School Libraries, and the Problem of American Books in Upper Canada, 1820-1860
(Canadian Society of Church History, 2013)
The Intermediary Trap: International Labour Recruitment, Transnational Governance and State-Citizen Relations in China
Delivering the 2012 York Centre for Asian Research (YCAR) Asia Lecture on the occasion of YCAR’s 10th anniversary, Dr. XIANG Biao explores the high cost of legal transnational labour migration for unskilled Chinese labourers. ...
Diversity in Libraries: The Case for the Visible Minority Librarians of Canada (ViMLoC) Network
(Canadian Library Association (CLA), 2013-02)