Refugees and Exile: From "Refugee Studies" to the National Order of Things

@inproceedings{Malkki1995RefugeesAE,
  title={Refugees and Exile: From "Refugee Studies" to the National Order of Things},
  author={Liisa H. Malkki},
  year={1995}
}
  • Liisa H. Malkki
  • Published 1995
  • Sociology
  • This review offers a critical mappingo f the construction-in-progress of refugees and displacement as an anthropological domain of knowledge. It situates the emergence of “the refugee” and of “refugee studies” in two ways: first, historically, by looking at the management of displacement in Europe in the wake of World War II; and second, by tracing an array of different discursive and institutional domains within which “the refugee” and/or “being in exile” have been constituted. These domains… CONTINUE READING

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