Publications of Rajaram, PK.

Thinking the Limits of Political Space

This document has been produced in the context of the ENACT (Enacting European Citizenship) Project. The Research leading to these results has received funding from the European Community’s Seventh Framework Programme [FP7/2007-2013] under the grant agreement no 217504.

Rajaram PK. Locating political space through time : asylum and excision in Australia. In: Rajaram PK, Grundy-Warr C, editors. Borderscapes : hidden geographies and politics at territory's edge. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press; 2008. p. 263-82.
Rajaram PK. Benevolence and Humiliation : Thinking Migrants, Integration, and Security in Europe. In: Gilbert H, Tiffin C, editors. Burden or benefit? : imperial benevolence and its legacies. Bloomington: Indiana University Press; 2008.
Rajaram PK, Grundy-Warr C. Introduction. In: Rajaram PK, editor. Borderscapes : hidden geographies and politics at territory's edge. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press; 2008. ix-x1.

Introduction : Geography and the Reconceptualization of Politics

Special issue title: Geography and the Reconceptualization of Politics: Spaces, Times and Scales of ‘the Political

Rajaram PK, Grundy-Warr C. Preliminary Report : Protection or Control : Global Migration Policies and Human Rights. In: Fort B, editor. International migrations and human rights : proceedings of the 6th informal ASEM Seminar on Human rights series. Singapore: Asia-Europe Foundation; 2005. p. 71-109.
Rajaram PK, Grundy-Warr C. Final report. In: Ford B, editor. International migrations and human rights : proceedings of the 6th informal ASEM Seminar on Human rights series. Singapore: Asia-Europe Foundation; 2005. p. 41-70.
Rajaram PK. The Possibility of Dissent Under Extreme Hegemony. In: The annual meeting of the International Studies Association 2004. Singapore: National University of Singapore; 2004.

The Possibility of Dissent Under Extreme Hegemony

This article was presented at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Le Centre Sheraton Hotel, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Mar 17, 2004

Book review

This article reviews the book The Geopolitics of South Asia: From EarlyEmpires to the Nuclear Age by Graham P.Chapman.

“Making Place” : The “Pacific Solution” and Australian Emplacement in the Pacific and on Refugee Bodies

Special issue title: Geography and Post-colonialism