© 2019 Kelsey P. Norman

PEER-REVIEWED AND ACADEMIC

Transforming Refugees into Migrants: Institutional Change and the Politics of

International Protection"

With Lama Mourad, forthcoming, European Journal of International Relations.

 

Changing Capabilities or Motivations? Migration Deterrence in the Global Context

With Jonathan Kent and Kate Tennis, forthcoming, International Studies Review.

 

"Inclusion, Exclusion or Indifference? Redefining Migrant and Refugee Host State

Engagement Options in Mediterranean ‘Transit’ Countries" (2019)

Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 45(1): 42-60.

 

"Migration and Refugee Policy-Making in Modern Egypt, Morocco and Turkey" (2018)

Mashriq & Mahjar: Journal of Middle East and North African Migration Studies 5(2).

"Teaching Migration and Citizenship Studies: A Comparative Analysis of

100 Interdisciplinary Syllabi" (2018)

With Daniel Naujoks, APSA Migration and Citizenship Newsletter Winter 6(1): 66-73.

"Mentoring Matters: Diversifying Mentorship in Graduate School" (2017)

APSA Migration and Citizenship Newsletter Summer 5(2): 66-69.

 

"Ambivalence as Policy: Consequences for Migrants and Refugees in Egypt" (2017)

Égypte/Monde arabe 15(3): 27-46.

 

"Between Europe and Africa: Morocco as a Country of Immigration" (2016)

Journal of the Middle East and Africa 7(4): 421-439.

 

"Migrants, Refugees and the Egyptian Security State" (2016)

International Journal of Migration and Border Studies 2(4): 345-364.

 

"Book Review of 'Co-Ethnic Strangers: Immigrant Exclusion and Insecurity in Africa" (2014) 

Crossings: Journal of Migration & Culture 5(2-3): 339-341.

 

"EU Territorial Control, Western Immigration Policies, and the Transformation of North Africa" (2013)

The Postcolonialist 1(1).

 

"Book Review of 'The Scramble for Citizens" (2013)  

The Cairo Review of Global Affairs Spring 2013.

"Strengthening from Within: An Analysis of the Economic and Social Well-being of Toronto’s Muslim Community" (2009)

The Public Policy & Governance Review 1(1): 47-61.

 

UNDER REVIEW

 

“Mobilizing Non-Nationals in MENA Host States: Egypt and Morocco in Comparison”

“Geopolitics and Migration Policy: Assessing Liberalization in Morocco and Turkey"

POLICY-RELATED

"The End of the Largest Resettlement Program in the World?"

Baker Institute for Public Policy Issue Brief (29 October 2019)

 

"Safe Third Country Agreements"

Policy Matters Podcast (23 October 2019)

"Fissures in Sisi’s Egypt"

Political Violence at a Glance (22 October 2019)

 

"Would ‘Safe Third Country’ Agreements Stem Migration to the U.S.?

The E.U.-Turkey Deal Offers Some Clues"

The Monkey Cage Blog for the Washington Post (22 July 2019)

"What's At Stake for Syrian Returnees"

Political Violence at a Glance (20 November 2018)

"The Debate over 'Birthright’ Citizenship Distracts Voters from Real Issues"

The Orange County Register (4 November 2018)

 

"Migration in the Mediterranean: A Second Crisis of Europe's Making"

With Devon Cone, Political Violence at a Glance (17 July 2018)

 

"Migration, Cities, and Engaged Scholarship"

Political Violence at a Glance (1 May 2018)

 

"Concerns Over a Coercive Return of Syrian Refugees from Lebanon"

Political Violence at a Glance (20 February 2018)

 

"Full Frame: Let's Chat"

GCTN America (13 February 2018)

 

"Managing Migration in World Society: Interview with Kelsey Norman"

Policy Talks (13 April 2017).

 

"The Truth About the U.S.-Australia Refugee Deal the Media Didn’t Report"

Muftah Magazine (6 February 2017).

Access to Legal Residency for Refugees in the Middle East: Bureaucracy, Deterrence and Prolonged ImpermanenceMiddle East Institute (6 December 2016).

"A Startup Sparks Conversations with Syrian Refugees"

Marketplace Radio, American Public Media (25 May 2016).

 

"The Real Refugee Crisis is in the Middle East, not Europe"

With Rawan Arar and Lisel Hintz, The Monkey Cage Blog for the Washington Post (14 May 2016).

 

"Terrorism Carves Division Between Morocco and Europe"

The Takeaway with John Hockenberry, WNYC Radio and PRI (19 April 2016).

 

"Calling People Fleeing Their Homes Refugees Instead of Migrants is Not Enough"

With Lama Mourad, Muftah Magazine (28 September 2015).

 

"Refugees in Turkey: Implications of Increasing Politicization"

Jadaliyya (6 June 2015).

 

"Migration Policy Reform in Morocco: Implications for Migrants, The Country, and The Region"

Middle East Institute, National University of Singapore MEI Insight No. 123 (9 April 2015).

 

"Migrants in Post-Revolution Egypt"

The Monkey Cage Blog for the Washington Post (7 January 2015).

"Turkey's New Migration Policy: Control Through Bureaucratization"

Jadaliyya (29 September 2014).

"Different Policies, the Same Game: Syrian and Palestinian Refugees in Egypt"

Jadaliyya (28 January 2014).

 

BLOG POSTS

"Morocco's New Approach to Migration: Meaningful Reform or Political Posturing?"

Critical Investigations into Humanitarianism in Africa blog (6 April 2015).

 

"African Migrants in the Middle East and North Africa: Separate Line of Theorizing Needed"

Pambazuka Magazine (26 June 2014).

 

"Religious Organizations and Refugees in Egypt

Critical Investigations into Humanitarianism in Africa Blog (9 June 2013).

"Turning a Blind Eye: Lessons from Egyptian Refugee Policy

Critical Investigations into Humanitarianism in Africa Blog (26 November 2012).

 

"The Passport Regime"

Rolling Bulb (1 April 2013).

 

"The View from Cairo: A Response to 'Behind the Scenes of The Innocense of Muslims'"

Public Policy & Governance Review Blog (10 October 2012).

 

"Religion in Public Life"

i-politics (20 August 2012).

 

"Op-Ed: Cuts to Aboriginal-focused Organizations Should be Reversed"

i-politics (20 April 2012).