- University of Oxford
Franck Düvell, PhD, Associate Professor and Senior Researcher, Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS), University of Oxford. Previously, he was contract senior researcher at the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD), lecturer (University of Bremen), Jean Monnet Fellow (Robert-Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute) and research fellow (University of Exeter). He researches European and international migration, notably irregular migration, and migration and border politics. He has published 'Unravelling the European refugee crisis' (Policy, 2017, with Crawley et al.), ‘Transit Migration’ (AUP 2014), ‘Illegal Immigration in Europe’ (Palgrave 2006) and ‘Migration. Boundaries of equality and justice’ (Polity 2003).
Critical Approaches to Transit Migration
Special journal issue
Michael Collyer et al, (2012), Population, Space and Place, 18 (4), 407 - 481
Transit Migrations in Europe: Contested Concepts and Diverse Realities
Franck Düvell et al, (2011), Transit Migrations in Europe: Contested Concepts and Diverse Realities