Migration is both a political topic that is growing in importance under contemporary conditions of global transformation and an issue that raises important (and difficult) questions for political theory. This module is designed to address these questions by providing both analytical introduction to normative debates on the politics of migration. In particular, it focuses on the key issues raised for political theory by migration.
Part 1 The Politics of Membership Boundaries
Access to Citizenship
Part 2 The Politics of Territorial Borders
Family Reunion Migrants
Open Borders and the Right to Exclude