Humane Migration: Establishing Legitimacy and Rights for Displaced People

Humane Migration: Establishing Legitimacy and Rights for Displaced People

Fran Ansley, Professor Emeritus of Law at College of Law, University of Tennessee, reviews Humane Migration: Establishing Legitimacy and Rights for Displaced People. The book looks at how questions of migration are framed by taking a broad historical and geographic approach. By examining both the role of human mobility in foraging societies in pre-history and speculating about the impact of climate change on displacement in the future, the authors situate migration issues in a much larger context than is typically presented.

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Book by Christine G.T. Ho (Fielding Graduate University) and James Loucky (Western Washington University)
Reviewed by Fran Ansley, University of Tennessee

Journal International Migration Review
Date of Publication Fall 2014
Pages 912-913
DOI 10.1111/imre.12124
Volume 48
Issue Number 3