Julie E E Young
Julie E E Young
Canada Research Chair (Tier 2) in Critical Border Studies, Assistant Professor, Department of
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Living with precarious legal status in Canada: Implications for the well-being of children and families
JK Bernhard, L Goldring, J Young, C Berinstein, B Wilson
Refuge: Canada's Journal on Refugees, 101-114, 2007
The emotional city: Refugee settlement and neoliberal urbanism in Calgary
PB Wood, S McGrath, J Young
Journal of International Migration and Integration 13 (1), 21-37, 2012
‘A New Politics of the City’: Locating the Limits of Hospitality and Practicing the City-as-Refuge J
JEE Young
ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies 10 (3), 534-563, 2011
Gaining institutional permission: Researching precarious legal status in Canada
JK Bernhard, JEE Young
Journal of Academic Ethics 7 (3), 175, 2009
This is my life: Youth negotiating legality and belonging in Toronto
J Young
Producing and negotiating non-citizenship: Precarious legal status in Canada …, 2013
" This is my life": questions ofagency and belonging among youth living with less than full status
J Young
Negotiations of engaged scholarship and equity through a global network of refugee scholars
M Hynie, S McGrath, JEE Young, P Banerjee
Scholarly and Research Communication 5 (3), 2014
A political ecology of home: Attachment to nature and political subjectivity
PB Wood, JEE Young
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 34 (3), 474-491, 2016
The Mexico-Canada border: extraterritorial border control and the production of'economic refugees'
JEE Young
International Journal of Migration and Border Studies 4 (1-2), 35-50, 2018
Safe Havens?
S McGrath, PB Wood, JEE Young
Settlement of Newcomers to Canada 12, 192, 2010
Mobilizing Global Knowledge: Refugee Research in an Age of Displacement
S McGrath, JEE Young
University of Calgary Press, 2019
Tactical borderwork: Central American Migrant Women Negotiating the Southern Border of Mexico
JEE Young, LG Gingrich, A Wiebe, M Harder
Transnational Social Policy, 200-221, 2017
Seeking sanctuary in a border city: sanctuary movement (s) across the Canada–US border
JEE Young
Sanctuary Practices in International Perspectives, 250-262, 2012
Immigration to Canada: the case of Mexicans
U George, J Young
Toronto. Retrieved from http://www. eliamep. gr/wpcontent/uploads/en/2009/04 …, 2006
Border City of Refuge: Refugee Advocacy, the Politics of Mobility and the Reframing of the Windsor-Detroit Border
JEE Young
York University, 2012
Seeing like a border city: Refugee politics at the borders of city and nation-state
JEE Young
Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 37 (3), 407-423, 2019
Living well as dementia progresses: a MOOC for all
M Poole, H Yemm, J Young, N Davis, L Robinson
Journal of Dementia Care, 2019
Borders for profit: transnational social exclusion and the production of the NAFTA border
LG Gingrich, JEE Young
International Journal of Migration and Border Studies 5 (1-2), 64-81, 2019
10 Tactical borderwork
JEE Young, LG Gingrich, A Wiebe, M Harder
Transnational Social Policy: Social Welfare in a World on the Move, 200, 2017
Immigrant Integration: Research Implications for Future Policy edited by Kenise MurphyKilbride, Canadian Scholars’ Press, Toronto, 2014, 384 pp., paper $54.95 (ISBN 978‐1551305684)
JEE Young
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 3 (59), e75-e76, 2015
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