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This is the list of references used in Pooya Ghoddousi's Master's Dissertation at LSE titled Global Nomads or Temporary Citizens: Transnational Mobility of 'Middling' Iranians

These references have also been used throughout this website.

 

Ahmed, Abdel Ghaffar M. 1973. Tribal and Sedentary Elites: A Bridge Between Two Communities. In: The Desert and the Sown. Cynthia Nelson (ed). Berkeley, CA.  University of California Press.

 

Alsayyad, Nezar and Ananya Roy 2006. Medieval Modernity: On Citizenship and Urbanism in a Global Era. Space and Polity vol. 10, No. 1, 1-20, April 2006 Routledge.

 

Barfield, Thomas J. 1993. The Nomadic Alternative. Prentice-Hall, NJ.

 

Bayat, A. 2000. From ‘Dangerous Classes’ to ‘Quiet Rebels’: Politics of the Urban Subaltern in the Global South, International Sociology, 15 (3): 533-557.

 

Behnke, Roy H. and Ian Scoones 1993. Rethinking Range Ecology: Implications for Rangeland Management in Africa. In: Range Ecology at Disequilibrium: New Models of Natural Variability and Pastoral Adaptation in African Savannas. Roy H. Behnke, Ian Scoones & Carol Kerven (eds). pp. 1-30. London, Overseas Development Institute.

 

Castaneda, Carlos 1971. The Teachings of Don Juan. Berkeley, CA. University of California Press.

 

Castles, Stephen 2006. Back to the Future? Can Europe meet its labour needs through temporary migration? Heinrich-Boell Foundation Congress Fortress Europe 16. – 17. February 2006.

 

Castles, Stephen 2007. Migration and Social Transformation, LSE Migration Studies Unit inaugural public lecture, 15 November 2007.

 

Chant, Sylvia 2003. Gender and Migration. In: Gender in Latin America. Sylvia Chant with


Nikki Craske. pp.228-253, London, Latin American Bureau London.

 

 

Conradson, D. and Alan Latham 2005a. Trans-national urbanism: Attending to Everyday Practices and mobilities, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies Vol.31, No.2: 227-233.

 

Conradson, D. and Alan Latham 2005b. Friendship, Networks and Transnationality in a World City: Antipodean Transmigrants in London, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies Vol.31, No.2: 287-305.

 

Collett, Elizabeth 2007. The ‘Global Approach to Migration’: rhetoric or reality? European Policy Centre, Policy Brief, November 2007. Accessed on EPC website Aug 08.

 

Cremona, Marise 2008. Circular Migration: A Legal Perspective, CARIM AS 30, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, San Domenico di Fiesole (FI): European University Institute. 

 

Dabashi, Hamid 2007. Iran: A People Interrupted. The New Press, New York.

 

Deleuze, Gilles and Félix Guattari 1986. Brian Massumi (trans), Nomadology: The War Machine Semiotext(e) NY.

 

D’Andrea, Anthony 2006. Neo-Nomadism: A Theory of Post-Identitarian Mobility in the Global Age, Mobilities, Vol.1 Issue 1: 95-119.

 

Faist T. 2000. Transnationalisation in international migration: implications for the study of citizenship and culture, Ethnic and Racial Studies 23(2): 189-222.

 

Florida, Richard 1995. Toward the Learning Region. Futures, Vol. 27, N0. 55, pp. 527-536. Elsevier Science Ltd.

 

Florida, Richard 2002. The Rise of the Creative Class. Basic Books, New York.

 

Ghoddousi, Pooya 2005. Nomadism; Glimpses. In: Letters from Tentland , Suzanne Vincenz 


(ed). pp.58-65. Bielefeld, Transcript Verlag.

 

 

Holston, J. 1999. Spaces of Insurgent Citizenship, Cities and Citizenship. Durham and London. pp.155-173.

 

Malecki, Edward J. and Michael C. Ewers 2007. Labor migration to world cities: with a research agenda for the Arab Gulf. Progress in Human Geography 31(4) (2007) pp. 467–484 SAGE Publications.

 

Massey, Douglas S., Joaquín Arango, Graeme Hugo, Ali Kouaouci, Adela Pellegrino, J. Edward Taylor 1993. Theories of International Migration: A Review and Appraisal. In: Population and Development Review, Vol. 19, No. 3 pp. 431-466. Population Council.

 

Nyberrg-Sorensen, Ninna, Nicholas Van Hear, Poul Engberg-Pedersen 2002. International Migration Vol. 40, No. 5, pp. 49-73. Oxford UK and Malden MA USA. Blackwell Publishers.

 

Ong, A. 1999. Flexible Citizenship: The Cultural Logics of Globalisation, Duke University Press, London.

 

Rosenthal F. 1981. (Trans) Muqaddimah (by Ibn Khaldun), Princeton University Press, Oxfordshire.

 

Rowton, M. B. 1977. Dimorphic Structure and the Parasocial Element. Journal of Near Eastern Studies. Vol. 36, No. 3, pp. 181-198. The University of Chicago Press.

 

Rowton, M. B. 1974. Enclosed Nomadism. Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient. Vol. 17, No. 1, pp. 1-30. BRILL.

 

Ruhs, M. 2003. Temporary foreign worker programmes: Policies, adverse consequences and the 


need to make them work (Geneva, ILO, Social Protection Sector, Perspectives on Labour 


Migration, No. 6, 2003).

 

Sassen, Saskia (ed) 2002. Global Networks, Linked Cities. London: Routledge.


Sassen, Saskia 2006. Territory, Authority, Rights: From Medieval to Global

Assemblages. Oxfordshire, Princeton University Press.

Sepehri, Paridokht 2007. Hanooz dar Safaram (I’m still travelling: Unpublished Poems and

Notes of Sohrab Sepehri). Tehran, Farzan Press. 

Smith, M.P. 2001. Transnational Urbanism: Locating Globalisation. Oxford: Blackwell.

Urry, J. 2007. Mobilities. Cambridge and Malden, Polity Press.

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