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Prof Nina Glick Schiller - publications

List of publications

2016

2013

2011

  • Schiller, N. G. (2011). Scholar/activists and regimes of truth: Rethinking the divide between universities and the streets. Transforming Anthropology, 19(2), 162-164. DOI: 10.1111/j.1548-7466.2011.01123.x. Publication link: 7c6087e6-91e0-40b6-a297-fa64504ba845
  • Schiller, N. G., & Caglar, A. (Ed.) (2011). Locating Migration: Rescaling Cities and Migrants. Ithaca: Cornell UP.. Publication link: 9c93b327-30ce-47e9-b5aa-cb16420d6b27
  • Schiller, N. G., & Caglar, A. (2011). Locality and Globality: Building a Comparative Analytical Framework in Migration and Urban Studies. In Locating Migration: Rescaling Cities and Migrants. Cornell University Press. . Publication link: 5200f75b-abf1-4cf0-8463-6a0fbeef7d3b
  • Schiller, N. G. (2011). Localized Neo-liberalism, Multiculturalism, and Global Religion: Exploring the Agency of Migrants and City Boosters. Economy and Society, 40(2), 184-210. . Publication link: 292590d9-f9f5-4dc6-ac1b-294c35067c32
  • Schiller, N. G., & Caglar, A. (2011). Downscaled Cities and Migrant Pathways: Locality and Agency without an Ethnic Lens’. In Locating Migration: Rescaling Cities and Migrants. Cornell University Press. . Publication link: 148cca8b-c166-41c4-80ee-5a800b0167ec
  • Schiller, N. G., Darieva, T., & Gruner-Domic, S. (2011). Defining cosmopolitan sociability in a transnational age. An introduction: An introduction. In Ethnic and Racial Studies|Ethn. Racial Stud.: Locating Religious and Diasporic Networks. (1 ed., Vol. 34, pp. 399-418). London: Routledge. DOI: 10.1080/01419870.2011.533781. Publication link: 2229bf2b-de34-4beb-9bfe-95b3018ece07
  • Schiller, N. G., Darieva, T., & Gruner-Domic, S. (2011). Defining cosmopolitan sociability in a transnational age. An introduction. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 34(3), 399-418. DOI: 10.1080/01419870.2011.533781. Publication link: faa4c72c-239f-4c0e-ac2d-6428ae498964
  • Schiller, N. G., & Caglar, A. (2011). Introduction: Migrants AND Cities. In Locating Migration: Rescaling Cities and Migrants. Cornell University Press. . Publication link: de8ccccd-6b01-423a-b5ae-fd2998e2c9b9

2010

  • Schiller, N. G., & Faist, T. (Ed.) (2010). Migration, Development and Transnationalization: A Critical Stance. No publisher name.. Publication link: 62f9ab16-1fea-49a4-9f73-f864000abc97
  • Schiller, N. I. G., Faist, T. (Ed.), & Baubock, R. (Ed.) (2010). A Global Perspective on Transnational Migration:: Theorizing Migration without Methodological Nationalism. In Transnationalism and Diaspora: Concepts, Theories and Methods. Amsterdam: Amsterdam UP/IMISCOE. . Publication link: ef242c37-97a4-47f4-b77e-38016243a07c
  • Schiller, N. G., Bridge, G. (Ed.), & Watson, S. (Ed.) (2010). Cities and Transnationality. In Blackwell's Companion to the City. Oxford: Blackwell. . Publication link: c560182b-882f-4b16-b91b-b05dfe2f983f
  • Schiller, N. G., Riccio, B. (Ed.), & Brambilla, C. (Ed.) (2010). Long Distance Nationalism and Peripatetic Patriots. In Transnationalism, Cosmopolitanism and Dislocated Borders. Rimini: Guaraldi. . Publication link: d3e1714a-2a81-4ce5-ad9a-41bfc5c53ea7
  • Schiller, N. G. (2010). Old baggage and missing luggage: A commentary on Beck and Sznaider's 'Unpacking cosmopolitanism for the social sciences: A research agenda'. British Journal of Sociology, 61(1), 413-420. DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-4446.2009.01297.x. Publication link: ce9a5a6d-819e-4fd5-a91e-d17ffd7fc708

2009

  • Schiller, N. G. (2009). A global perspective on migration and development. Social Analysis, 53(3), 14-37. DOI: 10.3167/sa.2009.530302. Publication link: c35097bb-076b-4f87-9240-58a9eb9cc081
  • Schiller, N. G., Mielants, E. (Ed.), Cervantes-Rodriguez, M. (Ed.), & Grosfoguel, R. (Ed.) (2009). Theorizing about and Beyond Transnational Processes. In Caribbean Migration to the United States and Western Europe: Essays on Incorporation, Identity and Citizenship. (pp. 18-42). Temple UP. . Publication link: f59edb5c-1b7c-4902-ae8c-6dd2a4fbed1b
  • Glick Schiller, N., & Çaǧlar, A. (2009). Towards a comparative theory of locality in migration studies: Migrant incorporation and city scale. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 35(2), 177-202. DOI: 10.1080/13691830802586179. Publication link: 8cacff2f-ff16-446d-9f71-5f4d6d8ea1a8
  • Schiller, N. G., Ineichen, M. (Ed.), Liesch, A. K. (Ed.), Rathmann-Lutz, A. (Ed.), & Wenger, S. (Ed.) (2009). Global Perspectives on Gender in Transit. In Gender in Transit. Basel: Chronos Verlag. . Publication link: 6799ea0b-2ad9-4edf-bbab-7179cd2ea251
  • Schiller, N. G., & Faist, T. (2009). Introduction: Migration, development, and social transformation. Social Analysis, 53(3), 1-13. DOI: 10.3167/sa.2009.530301. Publication link: 6ad1bbb0-ec8b-4062-9176-6e9b80c96bf1
  • Schiller, G. S., & Scher, P. W. (Ed.) (2009). 'The Blood Remains Haitian': Race, Nation and Belonging in the Transmigrant Experience. In Perspectives on the Caribbean: A Reader in Culture, History and Representation. (pp. 256-282). Wiley-Blackwell. . Publication link: 6e6cb402-b6b8-46eb-8d82-e02a97e0d1a5
  • Schiller, N. G., Solé, C. (Ed.), Parella, S. (Ed.), & Cavalcanti, L. (Ed.) (2009). Sobre Localidad: Teorizar La Migración Trasnacional En Un Mundo Neolibera: (trans. Old and New Locality: Theorizing Transnational Migration in a Neo-Liberal World). In Nuevos retos del transnacionalismo en el estudio de las migraciones. Madrid: Ministerio de Trabajo e Inmigración. . Publication link: 2122d7dd-eee4-48fa-b37d-f375b165e0b2
  • Schiller, N. G. (2009). There is no power except for god: Locality, global Christianity and immigrant transnational incorporation: Locality, Global Christianity and Immigrant Transnational Incorporation. In Permutations of Order: Religion and Law as Contested Sovereignties|Permutations of Order: Religion and Law as Contested Sovereignties. (pp. 125-146). Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Ltd.. . Publication link: 345d0285-1220-4447-a771-0307974ea6bc
  • Schiller, N. G., & Faist, T. (2009). Migration, Development and Transnationalization: A Critical Stance. Social Analysis (Special Section), 53(3), 1-13. . Publication link: 4a1c2908-b2ff-49d1-a3d0-4f81a339ae44

2008

  • Schiller, N. G., Karagiannis, E., Adogame, A. (Ed.), Gerloff, R. (Ed.), & Hock, K. (Ed.) (2008). ”… The Land which the LORD your God Giveth you...": Two African churches in Oststadt. In Christianity in Africa and the African Diaspora. Continuum International. . Publication link: f78290c4-9ab8-4863-acce-f531545fb822
  • Schiller, N. G. (2008). Beyond Methodological Ethnicity: Local and Transnational Pathways of Immigrant Incorporation. Malmo University, Sweden.. Publication link: 46f2f6fa-2077-454b-9dc5-f782af85c848
  • Schiller, N. G., Caglar, A., Reed-Danahay, D. (Ed.), & Brettell, C. (Ed.) (2008). 'And Ye Shall Possess It, and Dwell Therein': Social Citizenship, Global Christianity, and Non-Ethnic Immigrant Incorporation. In Immigration and Citizenship in Europe and the United States: Anthropological Perspectives. (pp. 201-225). New Brunswick NJ: Rutgers University Press. . Publication link: 9ec7d7bb-bdf3-4ec8-9f13-bfeb5cc10924
  • Schiller, N. G., & Pries, L. (Ed.) (2008). Beyond Methodological Ethnicity and Towards the City Scale:: An Alternative Approach to Local and Transnational Pathways of Migrant Incorporation. In Rethinking Transnationalism: The Meso-link of Organisations. (2008 ed., pp. 40-61). London and New York: Routledge. . Publication link: 58075beb-9b78-46f4-96f5-c4a28c128fc3

2007

  • Schiller, N. G., Wimmer, A., Levitt, P. (Ed.), & Kumar, S. (Ed.) (2007). Methodological Nationalism and Beyond: Nation-State Building, Migration and the Social Sciences. In Transnational Studies Reader.. Publication link: 55bbe702-d7cb-46ad-b02c-88fcddfd6e62
  • Schiller, N. G. (2007). Review of Peter Kivisto's Incorporating Diversity: Rethinking Assimilation in a Multicultural Age. Ethnic and Racial Studies. . Publication link: 7a259ec5-04e3-4b90-92c8-039ed21e9b04
  • Schiller, N. G., Levitt, P., Portes, A. (Ed.), & DeWind, J. (Ed.) (2007). Conceptualizing Simultaneity: A Transnational Social Field Perspective on Society. In Rethinking Migration: New Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives. Oxford: Berghahn. . Publication link: 932e91a6-29bf-4bc9-9ebf-b24686352641
  • Schiller, N. G., Levitt, P., Sahoo, A. K. (Ed.), & Maharaj, B. (Ed.) (2007). Conceptualizing Simultaneity:: A Transnational Social Field Perspective on Society. In Sociology of the Diaspora. New Delhi, India: Rawat Publications. . Publication link: 3f65bd20-f5f6-483c-905a-1219567ed303
  • Schiller, N. G., Sahoo, A. K. (Ed.), & Maharaj, B. (Ed.) (2007). The Centrality of Ethnography in the Study of Transnational Migration: : Seeing the Wetland Instead of the Swamp??? In Sociology of Diaspora. New Delhi, India: Rawat Publications. . Publication link: 3c27c4f8-249c-4983-8bba-c3cea96fd27f
  • Schiller, N. G., & Caglar, A. (2007). Migrant Incorporation and City Scale: Towards a Theory of Locality in Migration Studies. Malmo University, Sweden.. Publication link: 21a18224-c92a-4a04-81d0-ec4545d2965c
  • Schiller, N. G., & Schittenhelm, K. (Ed.) (2007). Beyond the Nation State and its Units of Analysis: Towards a New Research Agenda for Migration Studies. In Concepts and Methods in Migration Theory. (pp. 39-72). www.cultural-capital.net. . Publication link: add91b1b-7049-4395-b1af-6f2169cc343d

2006

  • Schiller, N. G., Çaǧlar, A., & Guldbrandsen, T. (2006). Beyond the ethnic lens: Locality, globality, and born-again incorporation. American Ethnologist, 33(4), 612-633. DOI: 10.1525/ae.2006.33.4.612. Publication link: c8f49162-b0ad-4d77-814d-cc2ed2183143
  • Schiller, N. G. (2006). What Does Transnational Studies Offer to the Study Of Localized Conflict and Protest?Focaal: European Journal of Anthropology, 47(1), 1-10. . Publication link: f57987bf-1f19-4ef3-acf1-64a7dd47ead1
  • Schiller, N. G., Caglar, A., Guldbrandsen, T., & Berking, H. (Ed.) (2006). In Die Macht des Jenseits der ethnischen Gruppe als Objekt des Wissens: Lokalitat, Globalitat und Inkorporationsmuster von Migranten. In Lokalen in einer Welt ohne Grenzen: Immigrant and Refugee Cultures Around the World. (pp. 105-144). Frankfurt Main: Campus Verlag. . Publication link: 82e65966-bbf0-4340-8877-a5e6560c6fbb
  • Karagiannis, E., & Schiller, N. G. (2006). Contesting Claims to the Land: Pentecostalism as a Challenge to Migration Theory and Policy. Sociologus, 36(2). . Publication link: 7918ffa1-5760-40fc-a9f7-8dedaf390cf1

2005

  • Schiller, G. S., Glick Schiller, N., McKinnon, S. (Ed.), & Silverman, S. (Ed.) (2005). Blood and Belonging: Long-Distance Nationalism and the World Beyond. In Complexities: Beyond Nature and Nurture. Chicago University Press. . Publication link: f3ac8e89-c7aa-42b1-b2fe-e44ed37447ee
  • Schiller, N. G. (2005). Transnational social fields and imperialism: Bringing a theory of power to transnational studies. Anthropological Theory, 5(4), 439-461. DOI: 10.1177/1463499605059231. Publication link: c529548e-115e-4ab3-988f-f1c1cb028480
  • Schiller, G. S., Glick Schiller, N., Benda-Beckmann, F. V. (Ed.), Benda-Beckmann, K. V. (Ed.), & Griffiths, A. (Ed.) (2005). Transborder Citizenship: Legal Pluralism within a Transnational Social Field. In Mobile People, Mobile Law: Expanding Legal Relations in a Contracting World. Ashgate. . Publication link: d3ec1b07-218a-4e4c-a486-9e409337701d
  • Schiller, N. G. (2005). Transnational urbanism as a way of life: A research topic not a metaphor. City and Society, 17(1), 49-64. DOI: 10.1525/city.2005.17.1.49. Publication link: a5b8d294-a6a7-4277-8b40-2da1f6de4e1d
  • Schiller, N. G., Nieswand, B., Schlee, G., Darieva, T., & Foszto, L. (2005). Pathways of Migrant Incorporation in Germany. Transit (http://german.berkeley.edu/transit/2005/curr.toc.html#10), 1(1). . Publication link: 9e5796e3-3e9e-45bd-a73d-5ad0e26ba45b
  • Schiller, N. G., Anderson, W. W. (Ed.), & Lee, R. G. (Ed.) (2005). Lived Simultaneity and Discourses of Diasporic Difference. In host publication. (pp. 159-178). New Brunswick NJ: Rutgers University Press. . Publication link: 74ee94ab-732e-4ae8-83d5-ef43f0ad2da3
  • Schiller, N. G. (2005). Racialized nations, evangelizing Christianity, police states, and imperial power: Missing in action in Bunzl's new Europe. American Ethnologist, 32(4), 526-532. DOI: 10.1525/ae.2005.32.4.526. Publication link: 6dcc6772-bd78-46ab-874f-4e50a8314a4f
  • Schiller, G. S., Kiely, R., Bechhofer, F., & McCrone, D. (2005). Birth, blood and belonging: Identity claims in post-devolution Scotland1: Long-Distance Nationalism and the World Beyond. In Sociological Review|Sociol. Rev.: Beyond Nature and Nurture. (Vol. 53, pp. 150-171). Chicago: University of Chicago. . Publication link: 27d2b924-7f55-489a-aab0-bba7f16a60c1
  • Schiller, N. G., Ember, M. (Ed.), Ember, C. (Ed.), & Skoggard, I. (Ed.) (2005). Long Distance Nationalism. In Encyclopedia of Diasporas: Immigrant and Refugee Cultures Around the World. (pp. 70-80). New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers. . Publication link: 25e9006f-b73d-4c4e-a1df-10b1454f2160

2004

2003

  • Schiller, G. S., Glick Schiller, N., & Foner, N. (Ed.) (2003). The Centrality of Ethnography in the Study of Transnational Migration: Seeing the Wetland Instead of the Swamp. In American Arrivals: Anthropology Engages the New Immigration. School of American Research. . Publication link: 4e6047e5-ea6f-490d-9a5f-5a494d8deccc

2002

2001

  • Schiller, N. G., & Fouron, G. (2001). George Woke Up Laughing: Long Distance Nationalism and the Search for Home. Durham: Duke University Press.. Publication link: 2ff7f658-d98a-4f6e-86c9-1ad69716867b

1994

  • Schiller, N. G., Basch, L., & C. Blanc-Szanton, C. (1994). Nations Unbound: Transnational Projects, Postcolonial Predicaments and Deterritorialized Nation-States. No publisher name.. Publication link: 6deb7d66-4a6c-4220-a2c6-13251c9acc8e