Citizenship and belonging in a women's immigration detention centre
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Bosworth, M; Kellezi, B;
This chapter draws on six months of fieldwork in IRC Yarl’s Wood, Britain’s primary immigration removal centre for women, to explore the racialised logic of citizenship and nationality that underpin border control. Using women’s testimonies, it seeks to ‘give voice’ to ... View more
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