Migration Studies Prize for Best Article
The Migration Studies Prize for Best Article is awarded annually to the best paper published in the previous calendar year, as selected by the Editors and Advisory Board members of the journal.
This year’s winner is especially timely because it is becoming ever more urgent for migration scholars to consider the complexities surrounding deportation, in light of both current developments in Europe, and in the USA, where the president-elect has proposed to expand the already colossal deportation regime. Against this background, the Editors wish to extend their congratulations to Barbara Buckinx and Alexandra Filindra, winners of the 2015 Migration Studies Best Article Prize, for their eloquent piece, The case against removal: Jus noci and harm in deportation practice
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Congratulations on behalf of all of us to Michael Collyer for his article,
A geography of extra-territorial citizenship: Explanations of external voting
The inaugural Migration Studies Prize for Best Article was awarded to David Bartram for his paper,
Happiness and ‘economic migration’: A comparison of Eastern European migrants and stayers