Table of contents for Displacement, asylum, migration : the Oxford Amnesty lectures 2004 / edited by Kate E. Tunstall.

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Contributors ix
Introduction 1
kate e. tunstall
Part One: Human Rights 15
1. Finding a Proper Place for Human Rights 17
bhikhu parekh
Response by Seyla Benhabib
2. Against an Ideology of Human Rights 56
slavoj zizek
Response by Michael Ignatieff
3. Strangers in our Midst 92
ali a. mazrui
Response by Iftikhar H. Malik
Part Two: Displacement, Asylum, Migration 137
4. A Thousand Little Guantanamos: Western States and Measures to Prevent the Arrival of Refugees 139
matthew j. gibney
Response by Melissa Lane
5. The Repositioning of Citizenship and Alienage: Emergent Subjects and Spaces for Politics 176
saskia sassen
Response by Christian Joppke
6. Border Crossings 210
caryl phillips
Response by Elleke Boehmer
7. The New Global Slave Trade 232
harold hongju koh
Response by Rey Koslowski
8. Displacement in Zion 264
jacqueline rose
Response by Ali Abunimah
Endnotes 301
Index 345

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Human rights.
Emigration and immigration.