Loren B Landau is the South African Research Chair in Human Mobility and the Politics of Difference at the African Centre for Migration & Society, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. Widely published in the academic and popular press, his work explores human mobility, citizenship, political authority and urban transformation. He is author of The Humanitarian Hangover: Displacement, Aid, and Transformation in Western Tanzania, co-editor of Contemporary Migration to South Africa, editor of Exorcising the Demons Within: Xenophobia, Violence and Statecraft in Contemporary South Africa and articles in Politics & Society, the Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Millennium, and elsewhere.
Published in: Beyond Trafficking and SlaveryPartners, payoffs and power plays: researching mobility across north-south divides
Research across multiple sites comes with many rewards, but the partnerships required for multi-sited work often...
Published in: openGlobalRights-openpageLa protection des réfugiés est une question politique
La meilleure législation au monde sur les réfugiés n’aura que peu d’effet quand ceux qui cherchent à être protégés...
Published in: openGlobalRights-openpageRefugee protection is politics
The best refugee legislation in the world will have little effect when those seeking protection are characterized as...