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