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Stephan Scheel
Stephan Scheel
Assistant Professor, Institute of Sociology, University of Duisburg-Essen
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei uni-due.de
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New keywords: Migration and borders
M Casas-Cortes, S Cobarrubias, N De Genova, G Garelli, G Grappi, ...
Cultural Studies 29 (1), 55-87, 2015
3902015
Refugee protection meets migration management: UNHCR as a global police of populations
S Scheel, P Ratfisch
International Organisations and the Politics of Migration, 60-77, 2017
1672017
Autonomy of migration despite its securitisation? Facing the terms and conditions of biometric rebordering
S Scheel
Millennium 41 (3), 575-600, 2013
1462013
Forced migrants as illegal migrants
S Scheel, V Squire
The Oxford handbook of refugee and forced migration studies, 188-99, 2014
1182014
Autonomy of Migration? Appropriating Mobility within Biometric Border Regimes
S Scheel
London and New York: Routledge, 2019
982019
Studying embodied encounters: Autonomy of migration beyond its romanticization
S Scheel
Postcolonial Studies 16 (3), 279-288, 2013
962013
Das Konzept der Autonomie der Migration überdenken? - Yes Please
S Scheel
Movements - Journal for Critical Border and Migration Studies 1 (2), 1-15, 2015
54*2015
Das Konzept der Autonomie der Migration überdenken?–Yes Please![Rethinking the Concept of Autonomy of Migration?–Yes Please!].
S Scheel
Movements 1 (2), 1-15, 2015
532015
Enacting migration through data practices
S Scheel, E Ruppert, F Ustek-Spilda
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 37 (4), 579-588, 2019
432019
" The Secret is to Look Good on Paper”: Appropriating Mobility within and against a Machine of Illegalization
S Scheel
Duke University Press, 2017
422017
Real fake? Appropriating mobility via Schengen visa in the context of biometric border controls
S Scheel
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 44 (16), 2747-2763, 2018
402018
Appropriating mobility and bordering Europe through romantic love: Unearthing the intricate intertwinement of border regimes and migratory practices
S Scheel
Migration studies 5 (3), 389-408, 2017
392017
The politics of expertise and ignorance in the field of migration management
S Scheel, F Ustek-Spilda
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 37 (4), 663-681, 2019
382019
An inquiry into the digitisation of border and migration management: performativity, contestation and heterogeneous engineering
G Glouftsios, S Scheel
Third World Quarterly 42 (1), 123-140, 2021
272021
Migrationskontrolle durch Flüchtlingsschutz? Die Rolle des UNHCR im Kontext der Externalisierung des EU-Migrationsregimes
P Ratfisch, S Scheel
Hess, Sabine/Kasparek, Bernd (Hg.): Grenzregime: Diskurse, Praktiken …, 2010
262010
Studying marriage migration to Europe from below: informal practices of government, border struggles and multiple entanglements
S Scheel, M Gutekunst
Gender, Place & Culture 26 (6), 847-867, 2019
232019
Transcending methodological nationalism through a transversal method? On the stakes and challenges of collaboration
S Scheel, B Cakici, F Grommé, E Ruppert, V Takala, F Ustek
ARITHMUS Working Paper Series, 2016
172016
Biopolitical bordering: Enacting populations as intelligible objects of government
S Scheel
European Journal of Social Theory 23 (4), 571-590, 2020
162020
Recuperation through crisis talk: Apprehending the European Border regime as a parasitic apparatus of capture
S Scheel
South Atlantic Quarterly 117 (2), 267-289, 2018
162018
Peopling Europe through data practices: Introduction to the special issue
B Cakici, E Ruppert, S Scheel
Science, technology, & human values 45 (2), 199-211, 2020
152020
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