Refugees and knowledge production : Europe's past and present / edited by Magdalena Kmak and Heta Björklund.

Kmak, Magdalena [Browse]
  • Taylor & Francis 2022
  • Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2022.
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"Building on research within the fields of exile studies and critical migration studies and drawing links between historical and contemporary 'refugee scholarship', this volume challenges the bias of methodological nationalism and Eurocentrism in discussing the multifaceted forms of knowledge emerging in the context of migration and mobility. With critical attention to the meaning, production and scope of 'refugee scholarship' generated at the institutions of higher education, it also focuses on 'refugee knowledge' produced outside academia, and scrutinizes the conditions according to which it is validated or silenced. Presenting studies of historical refuge and exile together with the experiences of contemporary refugee scholars, this book will appeal to scholars across the social sciences with interests in forced migration, refugee studies, the sociology of knowledge and the phenomenon of 'insider' knowledge, and research methods and methodology"-- Provided by publisher.
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  • Introduction / Magdalena Kmak and Heta Björklund
  • Methodological nationalism and migration studies : historical and contemporary perspectives / Pedro T. Magalhães and Laura Sumari
  • Refugee and migrant knowledge as historical narratives / Prem Kumar Rajaram
  • Narratives on 'refugee knowledge' in the institutions of Europe / Bea Bergholm and Reetta Toivanen
  • The world as an exiling political structure : Yassin Al-Haj Saleh's conceptualization of exile / Elsayed Mahmoud Elsehamy
  • Exile and emigration from the Third Reich
  • stages and results of research in Germany / Alfons Söllner
  • Personal and academic narratives of exiled and displaced scholars / Magdalena Kmak and Mehrnoosh Farzamfar
  • Refugee scholars then and now / Carol Bohmer
  • Beyond authoritarianism : migration, uncertainty and a sense of belonging among public intellectuals / Christian Franklin Svensson
  • The silenced majority : academic refugees and the vicissitudes of readaptation / Kaius Tuori
  • Reframing the subject
  • affective knowledge in the urgency of refuge / Ali Ali
  • Nursing trauma, harvesting data : refugee knowledge and refugee labour in the international humanitarian regime / Elisa Pascucci and Nadine Hassouneh.
  • 1-00-309242-X
  • 1-000-56836-9
  • 1-000-56832-6
  • 1-003-09242-X
  • 10.4324/9781003092421
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