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The Ethics and Politics of Immigration: Core Issues and Emerging Trends Paperback – 1 Oct 2016
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This collection deftly accomplishes the difficult task of accurately representing the current state of the philosophical debates on migration while also broadening this discourse to address many critical but hitherto overlooked real world issues. Timely, illuminating, and methodologically pluralistic, The Ethics and Politics of Immigration is an important contribution to the field and a superb example of publicly engaged philosophy.--Shelley Wilcox, Professor of Philosophy, San Francisco State University
This is an excellent collection. All of the essays are of high quality, many address topics that have been neglected in the normative literature, and some adopt new methodological approaches. Everyone interested in the ethical questions raised by migration will gain from reading this book.--Joseph H. Carens, Professor of Political Science, University of Toronto
This is an excellent collection of academic essays on some of the key normative issues raised by the laws, policies and practices that govern immigration in liberal states. Nearly all of the contributors work in political theory or philosophy, though the collection distinguishes itself in taking a more self-consciously practical approach to the issues, closely attuned to specific institutional and strategic contexts and the dominant modes of argument in public discourse.--Guy Aitchison, University College Dublin "LSE Review of Books "
About the Author
Alex Sager is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy and University Studies at Portland State University, USA. Contributors: Michael Blake, Professor of Philosophy and Public Affairs, University of Washington, USA; Speranta Dumitru, Associate Professor of Political Science, Universite de Paris Descartes, France; Patti Lenard, Assistant Professor of Public and International Affairs, University of Ottawa, Canada; Iseult Honohan, Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations, University College Dublin, Ireland; Adam Hosein, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA; Matthew Lister, Graduate Student, Philosophy, University of Pennsylvania, USA; Jose Jorge Mendoza, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Worcester State University, USA; Valeria Ottonelli, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Universita di Genova, Italy; Amy Reed-Sandoval, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of Texas, USA; Stephanie J. Silverman, Research Fellow, University of Toronto, Canada; Tiziana Torresi, Lecturer in Politics, University of Adelaide, Australia; Caleb Yong, Postdoctoral Fellow in Political Science, McGill University, Canada
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