Lisa Gilad prize winning articles
The Lisa Gilad prize was established in memory of Lisa Gilad, social anthropologist, refugee status decision-maker, author of ethnographies of migration, and devoted member of the scholarly network that established the International Association for the Study of Forced Migration. Lisa Gilad died in a tragic accident in 1996, aged 38. This prize honors a younger author and member of the International Association for the Study of Forced Migration who has published a particularly meritorious contribution to refugee studies in the Journal of Refugee Studies .
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- Anna Lisa Purkey - "A Dignified Approach: Legal Empowerment and Justice for Human Rights Violations in Protracted Refugee Situations"
- Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh- "The Pragmatics of Performance: Putting ‘Faith’ in Aid in the Sahrawi Refugee Camps"
- Laurie Berg and Jenni Millbank- "Constructing the Personal Narratives of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Asylum Claimants"
- Binoy Kampmark- "'Spying for Hitler’ and ‘Working for Bin Laden’: Comparative Australian Discourses on Refugees"
- Alice Szczepanikova- "Gender Relations in a Refugee Camp: A Case of Chechens Seeking Asylum in the Czech Republic"
- Jennifer Hyndman- "Preventive, Palliative, or Punitive? Safe Spaces in Bosnia‐Herzegovina, Somalia, and Sri Lanka"
- Loren Landau- "Beyond the Losers: Transforming Governmental Practice in Refugee‐Affected Tanzania"