Our Publications


Feghali, Zalfa, and Toner, Deborah, eds. (forthcoming, 2023) The Routledge Companion to Gender and Borderlands (under contract with Routledge).

Feghali, Zalfa. (2019) Crossing Borders and Queering Citizenship: Civic Reading Practice and Contemporary American and Canadian Literature. Manchester University Press.

Hofmann, Susanne and Melisa Cabrapan Duarte (eds.). (2019) Gender, Sexualities and Sexual Markets in Extractive Sites in Latin America [in Spanish]. Mexico City: Centre for Gender Research and Gender Studies-CIEG (UNAM).

Hofmann, Susanne and Adi Moreno (eds.). (2016) Intimate Economies: Bodies, Emotions and Sexualities on the Global Market. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Hormer, Dan. (2020) Taking to the Streets: Crowds, Politics, and the Urban Experience in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Montreal. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press. Awarded the Canadian Historical Association’s Clio Award for the best book on Quebec History 2020.

Lai, Daniela. (2020) Socioeconomic Justice: International Intervention and Transition in Post-War Bosnia and Herzegovina. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Oliva, Mara. (2018) Eisenhower and American Public Opinion on China. Palgrave Macmillan, New York.

Oliva, Mara & Mark Shanahan. (2018) The Trump Presidency, From Campaign Trail to World Stage. Palgrave Macmillan, New York.

Book chapters

Cameron, Hilary Evans. (2013) Included Human Rights and Refugee Law, ed. by James C. Hathaway. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.

Feghali, Zalfa. (2018) ‘”We have to get along with others”: Cosmopolitanism and Cross-Border Literary History’ in Reading between the Borderlines: Cultural Production and Consumption Across the 49th Parallel, pp. 290-310, ed. by Gillian Roberts. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press.

Feghali, Zalfa. (2013) ‘Conversations that never happened: Gloria Anzaldúa, Maria Campbell, and Howard Adams’, in Parallel Encounters: Tensions at the 49th Parallel, pp.335-55, ed by. Gillian Roberts and David F. Stirrup. Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

Feghali, Zalfa. (2013) ‘Hemispheric Studies and Indigenous Peoples: Considering a New Approach’, in Beyond the Border: Tensions Across the 49th Parallel, pp. 153-169, ed. by Kyle Conway and Timothy Pasch. McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Hofmann, Susanne. (2019) ‘Decolonising the Discourse and Measures Against Human Trafficking in Border Areas and Sites for the Extraction of Natural Resources’ [in Spanish], in Gender, Sexualities and Sexual Markets in Extractive Sites in Latin America, by Susanne Hofmann and Melisa Caprapan Duarte. Mexico City: Centre for Gender Research and Gender Studies-CIEG (UNAM).

Hofmann, Susanne and Melisa Cabrapan Duarte. (2019) ‘Introduction: gender and the extraction of natural resources — contemporary issues and debates’ [in Spanish], in Gender, Sexualities and Sexual Markets in Extractive Sites in Latin America, by Susanne Hofmann and Melisa Caprapan Duarte. Mexico City: Centre for Gender Research and Gender Studies-CIEG (UNAM).

Hofmann, Susanne. (2016) ‘Emotional labor and Ethical Practice: Professionalism Among Sex Workers in Tijuana’ in Intimate Economies: Bodies, Emotions and Sexualities on the Global Market, ed. by Susanne Hofmann and Adi Moreno. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Hofmann, Susanne. (2016) ‘Introduction: Global Intimate Economies – Discontents and Debates’, in Intimate Economies: Bodies, Emotions and Sexualities on the Global Market, ed. by Susanne Hofmann and Adi Moreno. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Hofmann, Susanne. (2013) ‘Aesthetic Labour, Racialization and Aging in Tijuana’s Cosmopolitan Sex Industry’ in Global Beauty, Local Bodies, pp.23-50, ed. by Afshan Jafar and Erynn Masi de Casanova. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Lai, Daniela. (2021) ‘Stranci: political research and language learning in the former Yugoslavia’, in Researching Yugoslavia and its Aftermath: Sources, Prejudices and Alternative Solutions, ed. by Branislav Radejlic and Carlos Gonzalez-Villa. Springer International Publishing.

Lai, Daniela. (2020) ‘A different form of intervention: revisiting the role of researchers in Bosnia and Herzegovina’, in Fieldwork in question: Ethics, security and research practice in conflict and peace research, pp.171-184, ed. by Berit Bliesemann de Guevara and Morten Bøås. Bristol University Press, Bristol.

Lai, Daniela and Caterina Bonora. (2019) ‘The transformative potential of post-war justice initiatives in Bosnia and Herzegovina’, in Transitional and Transformative Justice: Critical and International Perspectives, pp.54-76, ed. by Matthew Evans. Routledge, London.

Oliva, Mara. (2020) ‘Nixon in China’ in Presidential Image; From Theodore Roosevelt to Donald Trump, ed. by Iwan Morgan & Mark White. Tauris Publishers, London.

Oliva, Mara. (2018) ‘Trump and China: Much Ado About Nothing’ in The Trump Presidency, From Campaign Trail to World Stage, pp.227-247, by Mara Oliva & Mark Shanahan. Palgrave Macmillan, New York.

Oliva, Mara. (2017) ‘The Oratory of Dwight D. Eisenhower’ in Republican Orators from Eisenhower to Trump, pp.11-39, ed. by A. S. Crines, & S. Hatzisavvidou. Palgrave Macmillan, New York.

Salmi, Charlotta. (2021) ‘Capturing Violence: the Limits of Representation in Graphic Narratives of Conflict’  in Experiencing Violence. Conflict, Stability and Security series, British Academy Publications. https://www.thebritishacademy.ac.uk/publications/experiencing-violence/

Salmi, Charlotta. (2019) ‘Visualizing the World: Graphic Novels, Comics, and Human Rights’ in The Cambridge Companion to Human Rights and Literature, ed. by C. Parikh. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Salmi, Charlotta. (2019) ‘The Graphic Novel,’ in The Oxford History of the Novel in English Vol. 10: South and South-East Asia, ed. by Alex Tickell. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Salmi, Charlotta. (2018) ‘Graphic Narrative’, in The Cambridge Companion to World Literature, ed. by J. Zimbler and B. Etherington. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Salmi, Charlotta. (2018) ‘Sequential Art in the Age of Postcolonial Production: Comics Collectives in Israel and South Africa,’ in Popular Postcolonialisms: Discourses of Empire and Popular Culture, ed by. N. Atia and K. Holden. Oxford: Routledge.

Salmi, Charlotta. (2015) ‘Partition Literature,’ in Oxford Bibliographies: Literary and Critical Theory, ed. By Eugene O’Brien. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


Cameron, Hilary Evans. (2021) ‘Artificial intelligence for a reduction of false denials in refugee claims’, Journal of Refugee Studies (forthcoming).

Cameron, Hilary Evans. (2020) ‘The failures of a ‘model’ system: RSD in Canada’. Forced Migration Review 65: 8.

Cameron, Hilary Evans and Sean Rehaag. (2020 ‘Experimenting with Credibility in Refugee Adjudication: Gaydar’. Canadian Journal of Human Rights 9: 1.

Cameron, Hilary Evans, Vincent Denault and Co. (2020) ‘The analysis of nonverbal communication: The dangers of pseudoscience in security and justice contexts’. Anuario de Psicología Jurídica 30: 1.

Cameron, Hilary Evans. (2018) ‘The Battle for the Wrong Mistake: Error Preference and Risk Salience in Canadian Refugee Status Decision-making’. Dalhousie Law Journal 42: 1.

Cameron, Hilary Evans. (2014) ‘The E-Team Project: A Teamwork Approach to Clinical Legal Education’. Journal of Law and Social Policy 23: 30-61.

Cameron, Hilary Evans. (2014) ‘Substantial Deference and Tribunal Expertise Post-Dunsmuir: A New Approach to Reasonableness Review’. Canadian Journal of Administrative Law and Practice 27: 1.

Cameron, Hilary Evans and Josh Stark. (2013) ‘Under the IRPA and after Irving: The Right to Standing before the Federal Court for Canadian Children Seeking to Challenge Their Parents’ Deportations’. UBC Law Review 46: 205-40.

Cameron, Hilary Evans. (2010) ‘Refugee Status Determination and the Limits of Memory’. International Journal of Refugee Law 22: 469-511.

Cameron, Hilary Evans. (2008). ‘Risk Theory and ‘Subjective Fear’: The Role of Risk Perception, Assessment and Management in Refugee Status Determinations’. International Journal of Refugee Law 20: 567-85.

Feghali, Zalfa. (2011) ‘Thinking Through the New Mestiza’. Journal of International Women’s Studies. 12(2): 61-74.

Hofmann, Susanne. (2021) ‘Interest, politics and drift in policy implementation: The case of trafficking prevention measures in Brazil’, Ethnography, May: 1-24.

Hofmann, Susanne and Melisa Cabrapan Duarte. (2021) ‘Gender and Natural Resource Extraction in Latin America: Feminist Engagements with Geopolitical Positionality’, ERLACS-European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies 111: 39-63.

Hofmann, Susanne. (2020) ‘Putting Large-Scale Infrastructure Projects First: The COVID-19 Pandemic in Indigenous Mexico’, Bulletin of Latin American Research 39(4): 47-51.

Hofmann, Susanne and Pinar Hatice Senoguz. (2018) ‘Introduction: Gender Violence, Intersectionality and the Coloniality of Power’, Gender[ed] Thoughts, Gender and Violence in the Context of Displacement and Migration: Special Issue, 1: 1-5

Hofmann, Susanne. (2018) ‘Fragmented Life: Living as a Precarious Transnational Academic Between Two Continents’, Journal of Dialectology and Popular Traditions: Special Issue edited by Ainhoa Montoya and Marta Perez, 73(1): 25-32.

Hofmann, Susanne. (2015) ‘Insecurity and Opportunity: Migration and Sex Work at the US-Mexico Border’ [in Portuguese], Ambivalências: Revista do Grupo de Estudos e Pesquisa Processos Identitários e Poder / Dossiê Fronteiras: territórios, políticas, diferenças e desigualdades 3(5): 183-215.

Hofmann, Susanne. (2014) ‘Tracing the Contradictions of Neoliberal Governmentality in Tijuana’s Sex Industry’, Anthropology Matters 15(1): 62-89.

Hofmann, Susanne. (2010) ‘Corporeal Entrepreneurialism and Neoliberal Agency in the Sex Trade at the US-Mexican Border’, Women’s Studies Quarterly 38(3/4): 233-256.

Hofmann, Susanne and Sylvia Meichsner. (2010) ‘Tijuana’s Zona Norte: Sexualised Projections and Realities in the Red Light District of a Mexican-American Border Town’, Street Signs, spring: 14-16.

Hofmann, Susanne. (2008) ‘Coyote and Sex Worker: Women Seeking Opportunities at the US-Mexican Border’, Re-public reimagining democracy: Gendering border crossings/part II, autumn.

Hofmann, Susanne. (2007) ‘Hope for a better Life: Sex work and Female Migration” [In German], sul serio, special issue: Ware Lust macht Arbeit 13, autumn/winter: 4-6.

Lai, Daniela. (2020). ‘What has justice got to do with it? Gender and the political economy of post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina’. Review of International Political Economy 27(6): 1257-1279.

Lai, Daniela. (2019). ‘Practicing Solidarity: ‘Reconciliation’ and Bosnian Protest Movements’. Ethnopolitics 19(2): 168-187.

Lai, Daniela and Roberto Roccu. (2019). ‘Case studies and critical IR methodologies: The case for the extended case methodology.’ International Relations 33(1): 67-87.

Lai, Daniela. (2016). ‘Transitional justice and its discontents: socioeconomic justice in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the limits of international intervention.’ Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding 10(3): 361-381.

Oliva, Mara. (2021) “Beaten at their Own Game: Eisenhower, Dulles, American Public Opinion and the Sino-American Ambassadorial Negotiations of 1955-1957”, Journal of Cold War Studies (forthcoming).

Salmi, Charlotta. (2021) ‘The Global Graphic Protest Narrative: India and Iran,’ PMLA 136(2).

Salmi, Charlotta and Barbara Grossman. (2021) ‘Kathmandu’s Street Art: Public Representations of Gendered Vulnerability in Nepal’, SIGNS: Journal of Women and Culture in Society 46(3).

Salmi, Charlotta. (2016) ‘Reading Footnotes: Joe Sacco and the Graphic Human Rights Narrative’, Journal of Postcolonial Writing Special Issue: Trans/Forming Literature 52(4).

Salmi, Charlotta. (2012) ‘’A Necessary Forgetfulness of the Memory of Place’: Mahmoud Darwish’s Poetry of No Return,’ Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies 14(1).

Salmi, Charlotta. (2012) ‘Reflections on a National Cartography: The Freedom to Roam and the Right to Imagine in Raja Shehadeh’s Travel Writing,’ Journal of Postcolonial Writing 48(4).

Online media and blogs

Cameron, Hilary Evans. (2021) ‘Could artificial intelligence improve decision-making in refugee cases?’, April 13, OpenDemocracy.net

Oliva, Mara. (2020) “The Foreign Policy Legacy that Donald Trump leaves Joe Biden” The Conversation, Nov 10 https://theconversation.com/the-foreign-policy-legacy-that-donald-trump-leaves-joe-biden-148573 (third most read article in November 2020).

Oliva, Mara. (2020) “Con Biden come cambieranno i rapport con la Cina?”, Corriere della Sera, America – Cina newletter, https://www.corriere.it/NewsletterCorriere/america-cina/c21e8e58-e2be-11ea-89b3-b56dd0df2aa2_nl_AmericaCina.html

Oliva, Mara. (2020) “Stop Calling it a New Cold War, China is not the USSR”, The GeoPolitics, https://thegeopolitics.com/stop-calling-it-a-new-cold-war-china-is-not-the-ussr/

Oliva, Mara. (2018) “Arctic Cold War: Climate Change Has Ignited a New Polar Power Struggle”, The Conversation, Nov 28 (https://theconversation.com/arctic-cold-war-climate-change-has-ignited-a-new-polar-power-struggle-107329)

Oliva, Mara. (2018) “The Comedy of Errors, Trump’s China (or Lack of) Policy”, Monroe Group, Nov 8 (https://research.reading.ac.uk/american-history-politics/the-comedy-of-errors-trumps-china-or-lack-of-policy/)

Oliva, Mara. (2018) “Is the Trump Administration Getting East Asia Right, or Just Confusing It?”, The Conversation, Sept 12 (https://theconversation.com/is-the-trump-administration-getting-east-asia-right-or-just-confusing-it-101938)

Oliva, Mara. (2018) “History Repeats Itself: Eisenhower and American Public Opinion on China”, Monroe Group, July 9 (https://research.reading.ac.uk/american-history-politics/history-repeats-itself-eisenhower-and-american-public-opinion-on-china/)

Oliva, Mara. (2016) “Isolationism is Hillary Clinton’s Foreign Policy Problem” Reading Department of History Blog, Aug 24 (https://unireadinghistory.com/2016/08/24/isolationism-is-hillary-clintons-foreign-policy-problem/)

Oliva, Mara. (2016), “Could Foreign Policy Be Trump’s Winning Card?” Reading Department of History Blog, Aug 10 (https://unireadinghistory.com/2016/08/10/foreign-policy-trump/)