latest issue of the Journal of Legal Anthropology, vol. 3, issue 2, 2019.

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Volume 3, Issue 2
Governing migration through paperwork
Guest Editors: Lisa Marie Borrelli and Sophie Andreetta

Articles
Introduction: Governing migration through paperwork
Lisa Marie Borrelli and Sophie Andreetta
https://bit.ly/2X3Krg4

Governing through paperwork: Examining the regulatory effects of documentary practices in a refugee settlement
Sophie Nakueira
https://bit.ly/2JuDBYW

Constructing ‘unteachability’ through menacing warnings: The coupling of welfare benefits and migration control in Switzerland
Luca Pfirter
https://bit.ly/2UFa0m5

Paperwork performances: Legitimating state violence in the Swedish deportation regime
Lisa Marie Borrelli and Annika Lindberg
https://bit.ly/3bJwurx

Administrative guidelines as a source of immigration law?: Ethnographic perspectives on law at work and in the making
Larissa Vetters
https://bit.ly/3bEuVeq

Writing for difference audiences: Social workers, irregular migrants and fragmented statehood in Belgian welfare bureaucracies
Sophie Andreetta
https://bit.ly/3dQRgXY

Postface: Anthropology, bureaucracy and paperwork
Thomas Bierschenk
https://bit.ly/2xKdJ8A

FORUM
Managing paper trails after Windrush: Migration, documents and bureaucracy
Anna Tuckett
https://bit.ly/2X4Zp5g

Giving them the slip: Israeli employers’ strategic falsification of pay slips to disguise the violation of Thai farmworkers’ right to the minimum wage
Matan Kaminer
https://bit.ly/39CIfi6

Spells of belonging: A response to Anna Tuckett
Susannah Crockford
https://bit.ly/2UR75p4

BOOK REVIEWS
William Wheeler
https://bit.ly/3bINQVy

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