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Anne McNevin

Associate Professor of Politics, The New School for Social Research
My teaching and research begins with enduring political questions about sovereignty, citizenship and political community. I am interested in the transformation of these things in relation to displacement, mobility, borders, and the global governance of migration. I also have interests in spatiality and temporality in world politics and in critical and post-colonial approaches to International Relations. My recent work has focused on the governmentality of Migration Management in the Indonesian context and I am working on a new project that examines conceptual starting points for Migration and Mobilities research.

Before joining The New School, I was based at Monash University as a Lecturer in Politics and International Relations and prior to that I was a postdoctoral research fellow in the School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, RMIT University, Melbourne.