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Call for chapters: Handbook of Displacement

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Dear all, 

This is a call for chapters to be part of the ‘Handbook of Displacement’ due to be published by Palgrave in 2019. 

The Handbook of Displacement will offer an interdisciplinary intervention into studies of displacement in the Global North and Global South. While the study of displacement is usually framed in terms of refugees and those displaced by war, conflict or environmental disaster, the handbook questions the limits of official definitions of displacement and reveals the diverse circumstances in which people can be forced into mobility or immobility in and over different space/times. It does so through a wide-ranging collection of conceptual, methodological and empirical chapters from scholars across the humanities and social sciences, as well as practitioners and activists who are involved in interpreting, subverting, and resisting displacement across the world.

Together as co-editors from Royal Holloway Geography, we have commissioned the majority of chapters but are looking to find contributors for the following chapters/sections:

Conceptual Perspectives on Displacement (3,000 words inc. of references):

- Bio and/or necropolitics of displacement
- Political economy of displacement

Technologies of Displacement (up to 5,000 words inc. of references):

- Artwashing

Journeys of Displacement (up to 5,000 words inc. of references):
- Gender-based violence
- Sensory journeys of displacement

Traces of displacement (up to 5,000 words inc. of references):

- Journalism

Materialities of displacement (up to 5,000 words inc. of references):

- The smart phone
- Museums and curation

Representations of Displacement (up to 5,000 words inc. of references):

- Displacement on screen/film
- Memorialising displacement
- Sound and displacement

Resisting displacement (up to 5,000 words inc. of references):

- Performing displacement and trauma: Dance and theatre

Further information:

- If you would like to contribute a chapter on any of these themes, please do get in contact. We ask that interested contributors (single or co-authored) email Katherine ( [log in to unmask] ) in the first instance. A working title and chapter abstract will then be needed by June 12 2018. The section editor will liaise with you on this. 

- The deadline for chapter drafts to the editorial team is ideally by October 29 2018 but if longer is required, please do flag. 

- The chapters are intended as short syntheses/overviews of knowledge and debates in a particular area. 

- If you have a suggestion for a different chapter which fits under these section headings then we are open to considering it.

- We are happy to provide section descriptions and any further information to interested authors to support their contribution.

- Here is a link if you are happy to post this call on Twitter etc: https://www.projectbloodbricks.org/blog/2018/5/8/call-for-contributors-handbook-of-displacement


Thank you and best wishes,

Katherine (Pete Adey, Janet Bowstead, Vandana Desai, Mike Dolton, Alasdair Pinkerton, and Ayesha Siddiqi)


Professor Katherine Brickell
Professor of Human Geography
Department of Geography
Royal Holloway, University of London
Egham
Surrey TW20 0EX

Email: [log in to unmask]
Webpage: www.katherinebrickell.com
Twitter: @k_brickell

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