Professor Alan Gamlen

DPhil (Oxford)
Professor
ANU College of Asia and the Pacific

Biography

Alan Gamlen is a Professor in the School of Regulation and Global Governance at The Australian National University. He is an expert on human migration and mobility. Alan has previously held appointments at Oxford University, Stanford University, the Max Planck Society, the Japan Centre for Area Studies, Monash University and Wellington University in his homeland, New Zealand. In 2010-2020 he was Founding Editor-in-Chief of the journal Migration Studies (Oxford University Press), and in 2016-17 he was Director of the Australian Population and Migration Research Centre. Alan’s research has been funded by the Australian Research Council, the Royal Society of New Zealand, the UK Leverhulme Trust, the UK Economic and Social Research Council, the New Zealand Bright Futures Fund, and the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science. He has worked as a consultant and advisor on migration and migration policy to the World Bank, the Commonwealth Secretariat, the International Organization for Migration, various United Nations agencies, and numerous national governments, regional agencies, and NGOs. He is a High-Level Advisor to the United Nations Migration Agency and an Advisory Board Member with the UN Platform on Disaster Displacement. Alan’s book, Human Geopolitics: States, Emigrants and the Rise of Diaspora Institutions (Oxford University Press 2019), won the 2020 Distinguished Book Award for Best Book on Ethnicity and Migration from the International Studies Association. He is a member of the Tainui federation of Maori tribes in Aotearoa-New Zealand. He holds a Doctorate from the University of Oxford (St Antony’s College), where he studied as a New Zealand Top Achiever Scholar.

Researcher's projects

PUBLICATIONS

Books and journal special issues

Single authored monograph: Gamlen, A. 2019 Human Geopolitics: States, Emigrants and the Rise of Diaspora Institutions. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [320-pages].

-       Winner, Distinguished Book Award for Best Book on Ethnicity, Nationalism or Migration, International Studies Association (6,500 members across 100 countries).

-       Turkish Translation: Gamlen, A. 2022. Beseri Jeopolitik: Devletler, Göçmenler ve Diaspora Kurumlarinin Yükselisi. Translator: Birsen Aybuke Evranos. Ankara: GAV Perspektif Yayinlari (GAV Perspective Publishing). With a new author’s preface.

-       Nominated for: ‘Best Book on Migration & Citizenship’, American Political Science Association; ‘Yale H. Ferguson Award’, International Studies Association-Northeast; ‘Crisp Prize for Best Book on Political Science’, Australian Political Studies Association; ‘Best Book on International Politics of Migration, Refugees & Diaspora’, British International Studies Association.

-       Reviewer comments on Human Geopolitics:

2020: Comments from a Dedicated Review Symposium by the European University Institute:

  • ‘no one has attempted such an authoritative and wide-ranging review before…the reference which all other attempts must improve on…This is ground-breaking stuff’, Professor Michael Collyer, Sussex Univ., UK.
  • ‘a seminal academic public good’, Assoc Professor Harris Mylonas, George Washington University, USA.
  • ‘fundamental to the development of the literature on diasporas’, Dr Luicy Pedroza, El Colegio de México, and Leibniz Institute of Global and Area Studies, Mexico / Germany.
  • ‘an essential text for anyone interested in diaspora engagement and politics’, Dr Jen Dickinson, Winchester University, UK.
  • ‘the original data...will doubtless be in high demand’, Professor Maarten Vink, Maastricht University / European University Institute, The Netherlands / Italy.

2020: ‘a reference book for both public servants and social sciences scholars.’ Turkish Journal of Diaspora Studies: Birsen Aybu┬Ęke Evranos, Istanbul University, Turkey.

2020: ‘a fantastic contribution that will be useful to researchers of migration and diaspora, as well as citizenship, for years to come’. Global Policy: Dr Gerasimos Tsourapas, Birmingham University, UK.

2020: ‘this book is a must’. International Migration Review: Rilke Mahieu, Univ. of Antwerp, Belgium.

2020: ‘a groundbreaking longitudinal study of diaspora institutions that has not been previously accomplished.’ The AAG Review of Books: Amina Ghezal, University of Exeter, UK.

2020: ‘an important contribution to the political scientific strand of migration studies’. Journal of Peace Research: Dr Cathrine Talleraas, Peace Research Institute Oslo, Norway.

2019: Foro Internacional 59(3/4): 1247, Airée Coronado López, Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Occidente, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico.

2021: ‘an admirable study’. Tan Chee-Beng, Melbourne Asia Review 8: 10 Nov.

2021: ‘a very important addition in the study of … diaspora and emigration.’ Global Research Forum on Diaspora and Transnationalism: Praveen Kumar Tiwari, Jamia Millia Islamia New Delhi, India.

Edited book: Sigona, N. Gamlen, A., Neveau-Kringelbach, H., & Libertore, G. (eds) 2015 Diasporas Re-imagined: Spaces, Practices and Belonging. Oxford University: International Migration Institute. Citations: 110. Reviewed by:

Sandhya Rao Mehta 2018, Diaspora Studies, 11(1), 110-113.

Elzbieta M. Gozdziak 2017, Refuge: Canada’s Journal on Refugees 33(2): 101-102.

Edited special issue: Délano, A. & Gamlen, A. (eds) 2014 Special Issue: Comparing and Theorizing State-Diaspora Relations, Political Geography 41. Impact Factor 3.660

Edited book: Gamlen, A. & Marsh, K. (eds) 2011 Migration and Global Governance, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. Citations: 44.

Refereed Journal Articles

Bouma, G., Arunachalam, D., Gamlen, A., & Healy, E. 2022. Religious diversity through a super-diversity lens: National, sub-regional and socio-economic religious diversities in Melbourne. Journal of Sociology, 58(1): 7-25.

Gamlen, A. & Frouws, B. 2021. Post-pandemic paradigms of human migration. Mixed Migration Review 2021. Copenhagen: Mixed Migration Centre, Danish Refugee Council.

Tefera, G., & Gamlen, A. 2021. Temporal Logics in Urban Place-Making: The Case of Refugee-background Ethiopians in Australia. Urban Geography. doi.org/10.1080/02723638.2021.1975993.

Overton, J., Stupples, P., Murray, W., Gamlen, A., & Palomino-Schalscha, M. 2020. Learning Journeys: Five Paradigms of Education, Migration & Development. Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 61(2): 366-380.

Gamlen, A. 2020 Human Geopolitics: Introduction, in GLOBALCIT Review Symposium on Alan Gamlen, Human Geopolitics: States, Emigrants, and the Rise of Diaspora Institutions, Oxford University Press, 2019. Florence: European University Institute. http://globalcit.eu/globalcit-review-symposium-alan-gamlen/

Gamlen, A. 2020. Human Geopolitics, External Citizens, and Disengaged Diasporas: A Response to Reviewers, in GLOBALCIT Review Symposium on Alan Gamlen, Human Geopolitics: States, Emigrants, and the Rise of Diaspora Institutions, Oxford University Press, 2019. Florence: European University Institute. http://globalcit.eu/globalcit-review-symposium-alan-gamlen/

Gamlen, A. 2020. Ethiopian migrant domestic workers: migrant agency and social change, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 43:8, 1507-1508, DOI: 10.1080/01419870.2019.1696469 Journal

McIntyre, C. & Gamlen, A. 2019 States of belonging: How conceptions of national membership guide state diaspora engagement. Geoforum 103: 36-46.

Gamlen, A. Kutarna, C. & Monk, A. 2019 Citizenship as Sovereign Wealth: Re-thinking Investor Immigration. Global Policy 10(4): 527-541.

Cummings, M. & Gamlen, A. 2019 Diaspora engagement institutions and venture investment in developing countries. Journal of International Business Policy 2: 289–313. Citations: 14

Gamlen, A. & Gamlen, M. 2019. International migration: Causes, challenges, and policy responses. Geodate. 32(1): 3-7.

Gamlen, A., Cummings, M., & Vaaler, P. 2019 Explaining the rise of diaspora institutions. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 45(4): 492-516. Journal Impact Factor: 5.340. Citations: 103

-- Republished in Alonso, A. D., & Mylonas, H. (Eds.). (2021). The Microfoundations of Diaspora Politics. Routledge.

Gamlen, A. 2019. Recent cases and perspectives on population ageing. Geodate 32(3): 3-7.

Gamlen, A. & McIntyre, C. 2018 Mixing methods to explain emigrant engagement: a post-positivist perspective. Journal of Mixed Methods Research 12(4): 374-393.

Gamlen, A., Bardsley, D. & Wall, J. 2018 The Evolution and Impacts of Graeme Hugo’s Environmental Migration Research. Population and Environment 39(4): 301–318.

Gamlen, A., Overton, J. & Murray, W. 2017 Investigating Education, Migration and Development: Moving Triangles in the Pacific. The New Zealand Geographer, 73, 3-14. doi:10.1111/nzg.12146.

Gamlen, A. 2015 The impacts of extra-territorial voting: Swings, interregnums and feedback effects in New Zealand elections from 1914 to 2011, Political Geography, 44, 1-8. Journal

Gamlen, A. 2014 The New Migration and Development Pessimism, Progress in Human Geography 38(4), 581–597.

Gamlen, A. 2014 Diaspora Institutions and Diaspora Governance. International Migration Review: Golden Anniversary Special Issue, 48(11), S180-S217.

Délano, A. & Gamlen, A. 2014 Introduction: Comparing and Theorizing State-Diaspora Relations, Political Geography 41, 43-53.

--Reprinted in Chinese translation as: Délano, A & Gamlen, A. 2015 ???????????_????????_????_??? [Comparing and theorizing state-diaspora relations, translated by Luo Falong], Southeast Asian Studies 4: 1-10.

Gamlen, A. 2013 Creating and Destroying Diaspora Strategies: New Zealand’s Emigration Policies Re-examined. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 38(2), 238-53.

Gamlen, A. 2011 Engaging Asia: The Role of the Diaspora. Outlook 15, Asia New Zealand Foundation.

Gamlen, A. 2010 The New Migration and Development Optimism, Global Governance 16(3), 415-22.

Gamlen, A. 2008 The Emigration State and the Modern Geopolitical Imagination, Political Geography 27(8), 840-56.

Gamlen, A. 2007 Making Hay While the Sun Shines: Envisioning New Zealand’s State-Diaspora Relations, Policy Quarterly 3(4).

Working papers

Gamlen, A. 2020. Migration and Mobility after the 2020 Pandemic: The End of an Age? WP-20-146, Centre on Migration, Policy and Society, University of Oxford.

Gamlen, A., Kutarna, C., & Monk, A. 2015 Re-Thinking Immigrant Investment Funds, Working Paper WP-2015-128, Centre on Migration, Policy and Society, University of Oxford.

-- Reprinted as: 2015 SSRN Working Paper (11 Nov.). Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2689105.

-- Reprinted as: 2016 Re-thinking Immigrant Investment Funds. Investment Migration Working Paper Number 1 (IMC-RP 2016/1).

-- Reprinted as: Re-thinking Immigrant Investment Funds. GLO Discussion Paper Series no. 55, Global Labour Organization.

Gamlen, A., Cummings, M., Vaaler, P., & Rossouw, L. 2013 Explaining the Rise of Diaspora Institutions, WP-78, International Migration Institute, University of Oxford.

Gamlen, A. 2011 Creating and Destroying Diaspora Strategies, WP-31, International Migration Institute, University of Oxford.

Gamlen, A. 2010 International Migration Data and the Study of Super-diversity, Working Paper 10-05, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity.

Gamlen, A. 2008 Why Engage Diasporas?, WP-08-63, Centre on Migration, Policy and Society, University of Oxford.

-- Reprinted in: Confluence: South Asian Perspectives, Cover Story, December 2008 (www.confluence.org.uk).

Gamlen, A. 2006 Diaspora Engagement Policies: What are they and what kinds of states use them?, WP-06-32, Centre on Migration, Policy and Society, University of Oxford.

-- Reprinted in: Topic 19-Remittances, Diasporas, and States. Brooklyn: Social Science Research Council, Mar. 2009.

Gamlen, A. 2005 The Brain Drain is Dead; Long Live the New Zealand Diaspora, WP-05-10, Centre on Migration, Policy and Society, University of Oxford.

Book chapters

Gamlen, A. & Sherrell, H. 2022. ‘Australia and New Zealand: Classical Migration States?’. In Hollifield, J., Martin, P. & Orrenius, P., and Héran, F. (eds), Controlling immigration: immigration policy in an era of globalization and crisis (4ed). Redwood City: Stanford University Press.

Gamlen, A. 2020. International migration and the 2020 pandemic: The end of an age? In Time for a re-set: implications for migration policies arising from COVID-19. Geneva: International Organization for Migration.

Gamlen, A. 2019. Migration Studies. In McAuliffe, M. & Khadria, B. (eds) World Migration Report 2020. Geneva: International Organization for Migration, pp. 331-333.

Gamlen, A. & Mudaliar, L. 2019. Studying the climate-change-migration nexus. Editor’s preface to Nash, S Recalling decisions past: Improvising a policy framework on migration and climate change. Bristol: Bristol University Press. Global Migration and Social Change Series (Sigona, N. & Gamlen, A. Series Editors).

Gamlen, A. 2019. Crises of migration in crises of capitalism. Editor’s Preface to Vickers, T. Borders, Migration and Class in an Age of Crisis: Producing Workers and Immigrants. Bristol: Bristol University Press. Global Migration and Social Change Series (Sigona, N. & Gamlen, A. Series Editors).

Cummings, M., Gamlen, A. & Vaaler, P. 2019. Diaspora Engagement Institutions as a Driver of Bilateral Labour Agreements. Peer reviewed abstract in Proceedings of the IABS Conference, San Diego, March 21-24

Gamlen, A. 2018 Why Engage Diasporas? In R. Cohen & C. Fischer (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Diaspora Studies. London: Routledge.

Sigona, N. & Gamlen, A. 2018. Preface: Global migration and social change. In Sirryeh, A. 2018. The politics of compassion: immigration and asylum policy. Bristol: Bristol University Press. Global Migration and Social Change Series (Sigona, N. & Gamlen, A. Series Editors).

Gamlen, A. 2017 Why Engage Diasporas? In K. Stierstorfer & J. Wilson (eds). The Routledge Diaspora Studies Reader. London: Routledge, pp.102-108.

Gamlen, A. 2016 Diaspora Studies: Robin’s Impact on Me. From New Helots to New Diasporas: A Retrospective for Robin Cohen. Oxford: Oxford Publishing Services.

Sigona, N., Gamlen, A. Neveau-Kringelbach, H., & Libertore, G. 2015 Diasporas Re-imagined: Introduction. In Diasporas Re-imagined: The Oxford Diasporas Program Collection. Oxford: IMI.

Gamlen, A., 2015 Explaining Diaspora Engagement Policies, in The Impact of Diasporas. R. Cohen & J. Story (eds). Oxford Diasporas Program / University of Leicester.

Gamlen, A. 2015 The Rise of Diaspora Institutions, in N. Sigona, H. Neveau-Kringelbach, & G. Libertore (eds), Diasporas Re-imagined: The Oxford Diasporas Program Collection. Oxford: IMI.

Délano, A. & Gamlen, A. 2015 Comparing and Theorizing State-Diaspora Relations, N. Sigona, H. Neveau-Kringelbach, & G. Libertore (eds), Diasporas Re-imagined: The Oxford Diasporas Program Collection. Oxford: International Migration Institute.

Gamlen, A. 2014 Diaspora Governance, in Anderson, B. & Keith, M. (eds) Migration: The COMPAS Anthology, Oxford: Centre on Migration, Policy and Society, 21-23. Citations: 6.

Cummings, M., Gamlen, A., & Vaaler, P. 2013 The Influence of Diaspora Engagement Policies on the Investment Impact of Migrant Remittances, in International Association for Business and Society Conference Proceedings.

Gamlen, A. 2013 Creative Destruction in the New Zealand Diaspora Strategy. In M. Collyer (ed), Emigration Nations: Policies and Ideologies of Emigrant Engagement, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 196-225.

Gamlen, A. 2012 Diasporas, In H.K. Anheier, & M. Juergensmeyer (eds.), Encyclopaedia of Global Studies (pp. 413-17). UK: Sage Publishing.

Gamlen, A. 2012 Mixing Methods in Research on Diaspora Policies, in Handbook on Research Methods in Migration Studies, C. Vargas-Silva (ed), Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 319-341.

Gamlen, A. & Marsh, K. 2011 Introduction: Modes of Governing Global Migration, in Migration and Global Governance, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. A. Gamlen, & K. Marsh (eds).

Gamlen, A. 2011 Diasporas, in A. Betts (ed) Global Migration Governance, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 266-286.

Gamlen, A. 2010 New Zealand and its Diaspora, in A. Trlin, P. Spoonley & R. Bedford (eds) New Zealand and International Migration: A Digest and Bibliography, Auckland: Massey University Press.

Gamlen, A. 2009 El ‘Estado de emigración’ y los vínculos con la diáspora [Diaspora Engagement and the Emigration State], in A. Burmudez-Torres, A. Escrivá, & N. Moraes (eds) Migrantes Latinoamericanos en Politica Local Y Transnacional, Córdoba: Colección Politeya, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas [in Spanish], 237-264.

Other research outputs

Commissioned reports, submissions, and theses

Wickes, R., Powell, R. Ratnam, C, Gamlen, A. Forbes-Mewett, H. Arunachalam, D, Ricatti, F, Triandafyllidou, A, Zhaung, Z, Kelly, M, Nguyen, M, Vertovec, S, Yamamura, S, Scholten, P, van Dam, A, Musaro, P, Gicomelli, E, Moralli, M. 2021 Network of Excellence on Regional Liveable Diversity. Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre: Monash University.

Gamlen, A. 2020. Migration after COVID-19: The End of an Age. In Covid-19 and the transformation of migration and mobility globally: High Level Research Advisor Series. Geneva: International Organization for Migration.

Gamlen, A. 2019. The Australian points-based immigration system: Could it be implemented in the UK? Briefing prepared on request for PA Media (formerly the Press Association), 6 Nov.

Wickes, W., Forbes-Mewett, H., Powell, R., Arunachalam, D., van Kooy, J., Gamlen, A., Hancocks, A., Ali, A., 2019. Submission to the Joint Standing Committee inquiry into migration in regional Australia.

Gamlen, A. & Cauchi, D. 2019. Diaspora engagement in disaster response: A review of good practice. Report to the Australian Red Cross.

Gamlen, A., Arunachalam, D. & Healey, E. 2018. Empirical Background to the Horticultural Labour Project. Report to Reilly, A. & Howe, J. acting for Horticulture Australia.

Collins, Bartley, Bedford, Friesen, Gamlen, Humpage, Ip, Lewis, Liu, Marlowe, Simon-Kumar, & Terruhn 2017. Submission: Suite of Proposed Changes to the Essential Skills Visa, New Zealand Government.

Petrou, K. & Gamlen, A. 2017. Mapping super-diversity in South Australia: a literature review, for the Migration Museum of South Australia.

Wasserman, R. & Gamlen, A. 2017. Literature review: Policy that encourages population to relocate to regional areas, for Page Research Centre.

Gamlen, A. 2014. Knowns and known-unknowns on emigration and the diaspora, Invited Submission to Our Futures: Te Pae Rawhiti Review, Royal Society of New Zealand, http://assets.royalsociety.org.nz/media/2014/07/Our-futures-submission-Alan-Gamlen.pdf

McIntyre, C., Jacoby, E., & Gamlen, A. 2014. Working definitions of ‘diaspora’ used in migrants’ states of origin. World Bank Knowledge Partnership for Migration and Development Report.

Gamlen, A. 2013 On the founding of a new academic journal, Cotton Rag: School of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences Newsletter.

Gamlen, A. 2010. People on the Move: Managing Migration in Today's Commonwealth, The First Report of the Ramphal Commission on Migration and Development. London: The Commonwealth Secretariat.

Gamlen, A. 2010 The emigration state system: New Zealand and its diaspora in comparative context. Doctoral Dissertation in Geography, University of Oxford.

Gamlen, A. 2008. Why is it important to know about diasporas?, Paper presented to the 56th Plenary Session of the Conference of European Statisticians, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, OECD: Paris, 10-12 Jun. Document reference: ECE/CES/2008/26.

Gamlen, A. 2006. International Labour Migration: In Whose Interests? COMPAS Annual Conference Report.

Gamlen 2003 Where does ‘Taiko’ come from? Makers in the history of Japanese drumming. New Zealand Asian Studies Society Newsletter 14.

Web-based geospatial data visualization tools

Gamlen, A., Goodwin., S & Ho, X. 2021, 'Urban Superdiversity: Mapping Populations by Demographics (aka MULTIVIZ) - a web-base geospatial data visualization tool', doi:https://app.urbandiversity.cloud.edu.au/

Gamlen, A, Gunther, J, Smith, S, and Or, A, 2021 Moving to the country: Exploring diversity and liveability in regional towns and cities. Google Earth Map Tour.

Vertovec, S., Hiebert, D., Gamlen, A. & Spoonley, P. 2018, Superdiversity. Suite of Internet-based interactive data visualization tools. Available online at: http://www.superdiv.mmg.mpg.de

Vertovec, Steven, Matveev, Alexei, Winnige, Norbert & Gamlen, Alan 2011, 'Global Migration by Destination: Web-based Data Visualization Tool', doi:http://stock.mmg.mpg.de/destination

Vertovec, Steven, Matveev, Alexei, Winnige, Norbert & Gamlen, Alan 2011, 'Global Migration by Origin: Web-based Data Visualization Tool', doi:http://stock.mmg.mpg.de/origin

Vertovec, Steven, Matveev, Alexei, Winnige, Norbert & Gamlen, Alan 2011, 'International Migration Flows: Web-based Geovisualization Tool', doi:http://flow.mmg.mpg.de/

Editorials, opinion pieces and interviews

Gamlen, A. & Horwood, C. 2021 Turbulence ahead: Interview with Alan Gamlen. Mixed Migration Review 2021. Copenhagen: Danish Refugee Council.

Gamlen, A. & Vidigal, I. 2021. Migration and mobility after the pandemic: interview with Alan Gamlen, OEm Conversations With, 22, Observatório da Emigração, CIES, Iscte, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa. DOI: 10.15847/CIESOEMCW222021

Gamlen, A. & Benton, M. 2020. What’s Next for Global Migration? Gazing Into the COVID-19 Crystal Ball, Moving Beyond Pandemic: A Migration Policy Institute Podcast, https://feed.podbean.com/migrationpolicymovingbeyondpandemic/feed.xml

Vargas-Silva, C. & Gamlen, A. 2020. Editorial: The Migration Studies Journal Board(s): Past and Future, Migration Studies 8(4): 489-490 doi.org/10.1093/migration/mnaa032

Gamlen, A. 2020. ‘Don’t remove the Rhodes statue: Sculpt back at it’ – response to Robin Cohen’s ‘Falling Statues and Morality: Cecil Rhodes can’t be rescued by history’, in Review of African Political Economy Blog, 18 Jun. 

2020 Opinion Editorial, HR Magazine UK, ‘The 2020 Pandemic brought human mobility to a standstill, and it may never be the same’, 29 Jul.

2020 COMPAS Blogpost, New Directions for the journal Migration Studies, 15 Jun.

2020 COMPAS Blogpost, Migration and Mobility after the 2020 Pandemic Ten Key Questions, 25 May.

2019 COMPAS Blogpost, ‘Australian immigration policy: The role and scope of points-tested visas’, with H Sherrell, Centre on Migration, Policy and Society, University of Oxford, 22 Nov.

2019 COMPAS Blogpost, ‘Upcoming Highlights in Migration Studies’, Centre on Migration, Policy and Society, University of Oxford, 27 Oct.

Gamlen, A. & Sigona, N. 2019. Editorial: The Migration Studies Best Article Awards, 2015-2018. Migration Studies 7(2): 157-159.

Gamlen, A. 2016 Editorial: Moving inkblots – interpreting images of immigration. Migration Studies 4(3): 281-288.

Délano & Gamlen, A. 2016 Editorial: Teaching migration studies – a new series. Migration Studies 4(2): 153.

Gamlen, A. 2015 Editorial: “An inborn restlessness” – migration and exile in a turbulent world. Migration Studies 3(3): 1-10.

Gamlen, A. 2014 Editorial: Celebrating Excellence in Migration Studies, Migration Studies 2(3), 295-299.

Gamlen, A. 2013 Editorial: Migration Studies – taking stock of a new start, Migration Studies 1(3), 253-257.

Gamlen, A., Betts, A., Délano, A., Lacroix, T., Paoletti, E., Sigona, & Vargas-Silva, C. 2013 Editorial: Faultlines and Contact Zones – A New Forum for Migration Studies, Migration Studies 1(1), 1-3.

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