Intersectional Women in the Borderlands

Marinella Marmo, Alison Gerard

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Abstract

Guest post by Dr Marinella Marmo and Dr Alison Gerard. Marinella is Associate Professor in criminology and law at Flinders University. She has published extensively in the area of transnational crime, including Narrating Injustice Survival (with Professor de Lint), Transnational Crime and Criminal Justice (with Dr Chazal), Race, Gender and the Body (with Dr Smith), Crime, Justice and Human Rights (with A/Prof Weber and Dr Fishwick). Alison is Professor in Law and Criminology at the University of Canberra and Head of the Canberra Law School. She is the author of The Securitisation of Migration and Refugee Women and co-editor of Entrapping Asylum Seekers (with Dr Vecchio). Her more recent work analyses the intersection of humanitarianism and securitisation and the criminalisation of young people, particularly unaccompanied minors, who reside in state care. This is the fourth installment of the Border Criminologies themed series on 'Crimmigration and Australian Border Control'.
Original languageEnglish
JournalBorder Criminologies
Publication statusPublished - 29 Jul 2020

Keywords

  • Crimmigration
  • Border security
  • Border violence
  • Women

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