Exploring Human Mobility and Transnational Politics

This project explores the relationships between globalization, human mobility, and emerging forms of transnational political mobilization and communication. It takes as its starting point the observation that political dynamics around the globe have been transformed by globalization, new patterns of human mobility, and the development of innovative transnational social networks. Read more


Article in IPS, click here.

Policy Brief on diasporas, click here.

Global Citizens lecture, click here.

Authors' conference, click here.
For working paper series, click here.

Conflict-Generated Diasporas and Transnational Politics in Ethiopia

book coverThis book explores the changing relationship between Ireland and America in the modern world. Its main themes examine the shifting patterns of Irish migration over time and the implications of these changes for the political and cultural relationship between the two countries. For more information on the book click here.