The United Nations recognizes World Refugee Day annually on June 20 to raise awareness of and show support for the millions of refugees who have been forced to flee their homes each year. This year, the UN Refugee Agency will also launch its #WithRefugees petition to send a message to governments that they must work together to ensure the rights and safety of refugees.
To support the efforts of World Refugee Day, Berghahn Journals is offering relevant articles, including one from Focaal, with hope that this will contribute to the overall discussion of the lives of refugees.
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Available until June 27
“Immigrant and Refugee Women: Recreating Meaning in Transnational Context,” Denise L. Spitzer
Anthropology in Action (Volume 14, Issue 1)
“Staying Out of Place: The Being and Becoming of Burundian Refugees in the Camp and the City,” Simon Turner
Conflict and Society (Volume 2, Issue 1)
“Suspicion and the Economy of Trust among Palestinian Refugees inLebanon,” Leonardo Schiocchet
The Cambridge Journal of Anthropology (Volume 32, Issue 2)
“From individual grief to a shared history of the Bosnian war: Voice, audience, and the political in psychotherapeutic practices with refugees,” Laura Huttunen
Focaal (Volume 2014, Issue 68)
“Living an Uncertain Future: Temporality, Uncertainty, and Well-Being among Iraqi Refugees in Egypt,” Nadia El-Shaarawi
Social Analysis (Volume 59, Issue 1)
Migration and Society — Coming in 2018!
Migration and Society is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal advancing debate about emergent trends in all types of migration. We invite work that situates migration in a wider historical and societal context, including attention to experiences and representations of migration, critical theoretical perspectives on migration, and the social, cultural, and legal embeddedness of migration. Global in its scope, we particularly encourage scholarship from and about the global South as well as the North.