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"Bodies, Shrines, and Roads: Violence, (Im)mobility, and Displacement in Sri Lanka"
(Taylor and Francis (Routledge), 2004)
In Sri Lanka, gender and national identities intersect to shape people's mobility and security in the context of conflict. This article aims to illustrate the gendered processes of identity construction in the context of ...
"Still Methodologically Becoming: Collaboration, Feminist Politics and 'Team Ismaili'"
(Taylor and Francis (Routledge), 2010)
This article mobilizes a feminist analytic to examine team research and collaborative knowledge production. We center our encounter with team research -- a collectivity we named 'Team Ismaili' -- and our study with first- ...
“The Securitization of Fear in Post-Tsunami Sri Lanka”
(Taylor and Francis (Routledge), 2007)
Fear is a potent political resource that is at once an expression of vulnerability to geopolitical threats and a rationale for security measures against them. It is produced through tropes of nationalism rooted in economic ...
“Global Minds, Local Bodies: Kosovar Transnational Connections Beyond British Columbia”
(York University, Centre for Refugee Studies, 2006)
In 1999, 905 Kosovar refugees settled in the province of British Columbia (BC) in Canada. Despite their sudden and forced departure, many have maintained contact with and returned to visit Kosovo/a. We contend that these ...
"Beyond Gender: Towards A Feminist Analysis of Humanitarianism and Development in Sri Lanka"
(Feminist Press, 2003)
"Beyond Either/Or: A Feminist Analysis of September 11th"
(University of British Columbia, 2003)
â€˜Feminist geopoliticsâ€™ offers a critical framework for analyzing the events and aftermath of September 11th. This grid of intelligibility seeks to provide a more accountable, embodied understanding of intersections of ...
“Feminism, Conflict and Disasters in Post-Tsunami Sri Lanka”
(Sage Publications, 2008)
Social relations, including gender, are destabilized by conflict and disaster. Approaches informed by feminist thought illustrate this by probing the ways in which different identities and locations produce inequality, ...
"The Methods and Meanings of Collaborative Team Research"
(Sage Publications, 2010)
Team research enables the collection of multiple, sometimes conflicting, stories of migration, family, and belonging. Using common qualitative methods within a team research context can stretch these research techniques ...
"Business and Bludgeon at the Border: a Transnational Political Economy of Human Displacement in Thailand and Burma"
(Springer Verlag, 2001)
Transnational economic integration between Thailand and Burma is intimately linked to protection for Burmese refugees in Thailand. In the case of Burmese nationals who seek safety in Thailand, their protection becomes more ...
“Interrogating Borders: A Transnational Approach to Refugee Research in Vancouver”
Immigration is predicated on the centrality of the nation-state. The authors argue that analyzing settlement patterns and successful integration within a strictly national context is insufficient to understand the political, ...