オックスフォード移民研究修士課程 リーディング・リストの公開

 

移民研究この一冊

今岡哲哉です。本記事では表題のとおり、オックスフォード移民研究修士課程におけるコア科目、’Migration, Globalization, and Social Transformation (MGST) Part I’のリーディング・リストを公開します。この科目は、私がこのコースで学んだことの中で最も勉強になったと考えているものです。テーマは移住現象と開発の結び付きを理解することです。今回公開するPart Iでは理論をしっかり学び、Part IIでは各回ごとにゲスト講師を迎えて専門の内容について教わりました。

 作成者はコース・ディレクターのProf. Ruben Anderssonです。ヨーロッパ移民研究の現在を紹介することで、日本の学生にこのコースへの関心を持ってほしいと先生にご相談したところ、先生も世界中の学生に来てほしいと考えていらしたので、ご厚意で公開させていただけることになりました。以下、先生から日本人学生に向けてのメッセージです:

Thank you for your interest in our Master’s degree in Migration Studies at the University of Oxford. On the degree, we cover a range of theories, approaches and issues related to migration in all its forms, with a focus on international migration globally. The reading list posted here is an example of a core course that brings together two important areas of discussion in policy and academic circles alike – migration theory and development – and gives a sense of what we do on the programme. Enjoy!

 リーディング・リストはPreliminary Readingsと各回のテーマごとの文献に分かれています。前者には移民研究の理論を概括した定評ある文献が揃っていますので、とりわけ将来的に留学を検討している学部生・修士課程での留学が内定している学生に読んでもらえればと思います。後者に関しては、幅広いオーディエンスに読んでもらえればと考えています。完全版はこちらでご覧いただくこととして、この記事ではPreliminary Readingsと各回の必読文献を紹介します。

 このリーディング・リストは自由にシェアしていただいて構いませんが、必ずクレジットを明記した上で、改変せずに共有してください。よろしくお願いします。

Preliminary Readings

Castles, Stephen, Hein de Haas, and Mark J. Miller. 2020. The age of migration: international population movements in the modern world (6th edition). MacMillan Press.

King, Russel. 2012. ‘Theories and typologies of migration: An overview and a primer’, Malmö University: Willy Brandt Series of Working Papers in International Migration and Ethnic Relations, 3.

Massey, Douglas S. et al. 1998. Worlds in motion: Understanding international migration at the end of the millennium. Oxford: Clarendon Press (paperback edition 2005).

Massey DS, J. Arango, G. Hugo, A. Kouaouci, A. Pellegrino A, and J.E. Taylor. 1993. ‘Theories of international migration: A review and appraisal’, Population and Development Review 19 (3): 431-66.

Week 1: Migration and development: A fraught relationship

Raghuram, Parvati. 2009. ‘Which migration, what development? Unsettling the edifice of migration and development’. Population, Space and Place 15 (2):103-117.

Torpey, John. 1999. The invention of the passport: Surveillance, citizenship, and the state. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Zelinsky, Wilbur. 1971. ‘The hypothesis of the mobility transition’. Geographical Review 61 (2): 219-49.

Week 2: Migration, economic development and the modernisation agenda

Chan, Kam Wing. 2011. ‘The global financial crisis and migrant workers in China: ‘There is no future as a labourer; Returning to the village has no meaning’. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 34 (3): 659–77.

Lewis, W. A. 1954. ‘Economic development with unlimited supplies of labour’. Manchester School of Economic and Social Studies 22: 139–91.

Ratha, Dilip. 2003. ‘Workers’ remittances: An important and stable source of external development finance’. Pp. 157-75 in Global Development Finance 2003.Washington DC: World Bank.

Week 3: Migration and human development

Carling, Jørgen. 2002. ‘Migration in the age of involuntary immobility: Theoretical reflections and Cape Verdean experiences’. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 28 (1): 5-42.

De Haas, Hein. 2010. ‘Migration and development: A theoretical perspective’. International Migration Review 44 (1): 227–264.

Levitt, Peggy, and Deepak Lamba-Nieves. 2011. ‘Social remittances revisited’. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 37(1): 1-22.

Week 4: Migration and the ‘development of underdevelopment’

Amin, Samir. 1974. ‘Accumulation and development: A theoretical model’. Review of African Political Economy 1(1): 9-26.

Delgado Wise, Raúl, and Humberto Márquez Covarrubias. 2009. ‘Understanding the relationship between migration and development: Toward a new theoretical approach’. Social Analysis 53(3): 85–105.

Escobar, Arturo. 1995. Encountering development: The making and unmaking of the Third World. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press.

Week 5: Migration and ‘overdevelopment’

Parreñas, Rhacel Salazar. 2001. Servants of globalization: Women, migration and domestic work. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Piore, Michael J. 1979. Birds of passage: Migrant labor and industrial societies. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Sassen, Saskia. 2000. “The global city: strategic site/new frontier.” American Studies 41 (2-3): 79-95.

Week 6. South-south migration and the mobilities turn

Gidwani, Vinay, and K. Sivaramakrishnan. 2003. ‘Circular migration and rural cosmopolitanism in India’. Contributions to Indian Sociology 37(1-2), 339-367.

King, Russell, and Ronald Skeldon. 2010. ‘“Mind the gap!” Integrating approaches to internal and international migration’. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 36 (10): 1619-1646.

Mabogunje, Akin L. 1970. ‘Systems approach to a theory of rural-urban migration’. Geographical Analysis 2 (1): 1-18.

Week 7: Crisis and resilience

Bettini, Giovanni, Nash, Sarah Louise, and Giovanna Gioli. 2017. ‘One step forward, two steps back? The fading contours of (in)justice in competing discourses on climate migration’. The Geographical Journal 183 (4): 348–358.

Farbotko, Carol, and Heather Lazrus. 2012. ‘The first climate refugees? Contesting global narratives of climate change in Tuvalu’. Global Environmental Change 22 (2): 382-390.

Stark, Oded, and David Levhari. 1982. ‘On migration and risk in LDCs’. Economic Development and Cultural Change 31 (1):191-6.

World Bank. 2008. Groundswell: Preparing for internal climate migration.

Week 8: Migration theory on the move

Samaddar, Ranabir. 2020. The postcolonial age of migration. Abingdon: Routledge.Introduction: Revisiting the age of migration.

Dahinden, Janine. 2016. ‘A plea for the “de-migranticization”of research on migration and integration’. Ethnic and Racial Studies 39(13): 2207-2225.

Massey, Douglas S. 2015. ‘A missing element in migration theories’. Migration Letters 12(3): 279-299.

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