The Social, Political and Historical Contours of Deportation


ISBN: 978-1-4614-5863-0 (Print) 978-1-4614-5864-7 (Online)

Table of contents (9 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-vi

  2. Chapter

    Pages 1-7


  3. Chapter

    Pages 9-24

    Muslims, Mormons and U.S. Deportation and Exclusion Policies: The 1910 Polygamy Controversy and the Shaping of Contemporary Attitudes

  4. Chapter

    Pages 25-41

    Deportation and the Failure of Foreigner Control in the Weimar Republic

  5. Chapter

    Pages 43-58

    The European Parliament and the Returns Directive: The End of Radical Contestation; The Start of Consensual Constraints

  6. Chapter

    Pages 59-77

    Studying Migration Governance from the Bottom-Up

  7. Chapter

    Pages 79-104

    Deportable and Not so Deportable: Formal and Informal Functions of Administrative Immigration Detention

  8. Chapter

    Pages 105-121

    Between Routine Police Checks and ‘Residual Practices of Expulsion Power’: The Impacts of the Anti-Terrorism Law on Phone Centres and the Resistance of Owners. An Italian Ethnography in the ‘Emergency Season’

  9. Chapter

    Pages 123-141

    Negotiating Deportations: An Ethnography of the Legal Challenge of Deportation Orders in a French Immigration Detention Centre

  10. Chapter

    Pages 143-158

    From Migrant Destitution to Self-organization into Transitory National Communities: The Revival of Citizenship in Post-deportation Experience in Mali

  11. Back Matter

    Pages 159-161