Transnational mobility is one of the greatest challenges of the 21st century. While nation-states have long been recognised as a the only political entities that should govern the movement of people, capital, care, knowledge and skills, many nation-states’ core functions and sources of legitimacy are being challenged, re-evaluated and re-worked in the face of growing volumes and diversified forms of transnational mobility.
In a time of large refugee streams, a rise in popularity of border walls and travel bans, there is an urgent need for critical perspectives that consider how people from different walks of life are forging – through a dynamic multiplicity of transnational mobilities and moorings – alternative ways in which to respond to fortified borders, and organise and make use of resources and relations to meet their needs.
Staff and PhD Candidates
Publications on Transnational mobilities
Rethinking care through transnational health and long-term care practices
In: Routledge Handbook of Health Geography / , Crooks, Valorie, Pearce, Jamie, Andrews, Gavin. - London : Routledge - ISBN 9781138098046 - p. 237 - 243.
Adoption, genealogical bewilderment and heritage bricolage
In: After Heritage: Critical Geographies of Heritage-From-Below / , Muzaini, Hamzah, Minca, Claudio. - London : Edward Elgar - ISBN 9781788110730
Transnational Experts, Rooted Careers. Migrant Professionals from Macedonia in Germany
Südosteuropa: Journal of Politics and Society 64 (2016)1. - ISSN 0722-480X - p. 79 - 95.
Checkpoint 300: Precarious checkpoint geographies and rights/rites of passage in the occupied Palestinian Territories
Political Geography 65 (2018). - ISSN 0962-6298 - p. 35 - 45.
Medical tourism in Malaysia: How can we better identify and manage its advantages and disadvantages?
Global Health Action 7 (2014). - ISSN 1654-9880
The Private Healthcare Sector in Johor : Trends and Prospects
Singapore : Institute of South East Asian Studies (Trends in Southeast Asia ) - ISBN 9789814818711