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 Critical Geographies: A Collection of Readings, external link, opens in new window (free contents!) (with Salvatore Engel di-Mauro, Praxis [e]Press, 2008), read a reveiw here, external link


On Migration

  •  Bauder, H. and Bean, R.* (2022) “Indigenous Perspectives of Immigration Policy in a Settler Country, external link.” Journal of International Migration and Integration
  • Perzyna, M.* and Bauder, H. (2022) “Threats from Within and Threats from Without: Wet’suwet’en Protests, Irregular Asylum Seekers and On-Going Settler Colonialism in Canada, external link.” Settler Colonial Studies. Early view.  
  • Bauder, H. and Mueller, R.* (2022) “Westphalian vs. Indigenous Sovereignty: Challenging Colonial Territorial Governance, external link.” Geopolitics. Early view.
  • Bauder, H. (2021) “Urban Migrant and Refugee Solidarity beyond City Limits, external link.” Urban Studies 58(16): 3213-3229. 
  • Bauder, H. (2021) “State of Exemption: Migration Policy and the Enactment of Sovereignty, external link.” Territory, Politics, Governance 9(5): 675-690. 
  • Bauder, H. (2021) “Urban Solidarity: Perspectives of Migration and Refugee Accommodation and Inclusion, external link.” Critical Sociology 47(6): 875–889.
  • Godoy, M.* and Bauder, H. (2021) “Ciudades santuario y solidarias en América Latina: una revisión de literature” (Sanctuary and Solidarity Cities in Latin America: A Review of the Literature). Migración y Desarrollo 19(36): 89–113.
  • Hershkowitz, M.*, Hudson, G., and Bauder, H. (2021) “Rescaling the Sanctuary City: Police and Non-Status Migrants in Ontario, Canada.” International Migration 59(1): 38–57.
  • Bauder, H. (2020) “Migrant Solidarities and the Politics of Place.” Progress in Human Geography 44(6): 1066–1080.
  • Bauder, H. and Juffs, L.* (2020) “‘Solidarity’ in the Migration and Refugee Literature: Analysis of a Concept.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 46(1): 46–65. 
  • Bauder, H. (2018) “Westphalia, Migration, and Feudal Privilege.” Migration Letters 15(3): 333–-346.
  • Bauder, H. and Gonzales, D.* (2018) “Municipal Responses to ‘Illegality’: Urban Sanctuary Across National Contexts.” Social Inclusion 6(1): 124–134. 
  • Bauder, H. (2017) “Sanctuary Cities: Policies and Practices in International Perspective.” International Migration 55(2): 174–182.
  • Bauder, H. (2016) “Possibilities of Urban Belonging.” Antipode 48(2): 252–271.
  • Bauder, H. (2016) “Understanding Europe’s Refugee Crisis: A Dialectical Approach.” Geopolitics, History, and International Relations 8(2): 64–75.
  • Hannan, C.-A.*, Bauder, H. and Shields, J. (2016) “‘Illegalized’ Migrant Workers and the Struggle for a Living Wage.” Alternative Routes 27 (special issue: Precarious Work and the Struggle for Living Wages): 109–136.  
  • Flynn, E.* and Bauder H. (2015) “The Private Sector, Institutions of Higher Education, and Immigrant Settlement in Canada.” Journal of International Migration and Integration 16(3): 539–556. 
  • Bauder, H. (2015) “Perspectives of Open Borders and No Border.” Geography Compass 9(7): 395–405.
  • Bauder, H. and Jayaraman, S.* (2014) “Immigrant Workers in the Immigrant Service Sector: Segmentation and Career Mobility in Canada and Germany.” Journal of Transnational Social Review: A Social Work Journal 4(2-3), 176–192. 
  • Bauder, H. (2014) “Why We Should Use the Term ‘Illegalized’ Refugee or Immigrant.” International Journal of Refugee Law 26(3): 317–332.
  • Jackson, S.* and Bauder, H. (2014) “Neither Temporary nor Permanent: The Precarious Employment Experiences of Refugee Claimants in Canada.” Journal of Refugee Studies 27(3): 360–381.
  • Bauder, H. (2014) “The Possibilities of Open Borders and No Border.” Social Justice 39(4): 76–96.
  • Bauder, H. (2014) “Re-Imagining the Nation: Lessons from the Debates of Immigration in a Settler Society and an Ethnic Nation.” Comparative Migration Studies 2(1): 9–27. 
  • Bauder, H., Lenard, P. T. and Straehle, C. (2014) “Lessons from Canada and Germany: Immigration and Integration Experiences Compared – Introduction to the Special Issue” Comparative Migration Studies 2(1): 1–7. (editorial) 
  • Bauder, H. (2014) “Domicile Citizenship, Human Mobility and Territoriality.” Progress in Human Geography 38(1) (February): 92–107.
  • Bauder H. (2013) “Open Borders: A Utopia?” [Un monde sans frontières: une utopie? translation: Sophie Didier] Justice Spatiale / Spatial Justice 5(December), 1–13. [available open-access at:]
  • Bauder H. (2013) “Nation, Migration and Critical Practice.” Area 45(1): 56–62. (also part of a Virtual Issue on “New geographical frontiers” by the Royal Geographical Society and the IBG)
  • Bauder, H. (2012) "The international Mobliity of Academics: A Labour Market Perspective, external link." International Migration.
  • Bauder, H. (2012) “Jus domicile: In Pursuit of a Citizenship of Equality and Social Justice.” Journal of International Political Theory 8(1–2): 184–196.
  • Ho, M.* and Bauder, H. (2012) “‘We are Chameleons’: Identity Capital in a Multicultural Workplace.” Social Identities 18(3): 281–297.
  • Bauder, H. (2011) “Towards a Critical Geography of the Border: Engaging the Dialectic of Practice and Meaning.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 101(5): 1126–1139.
  • Bauder, H. (2011) “Closing the Immigration-Aboriginal Parallax Gap.” Geoforum 42: 517–519. (editorial)
  • Bradimore, A.* and Bauder, H. (2011) “Mystery Ships and Risky Boat People: Tamil Refugee Migration in the Newsprint Media.” Canadian Journal of Communication 36: 367–661.
  • Lusis, T.* and Bauder, H. (2009) “Immigrants in the Labour Market: Transnationalism and Segmentation.” Geography Compass 3: 1–17.
  • Bauder, H. (2009) “Humanitarian Immigration and German National Identity in the Media.” National Identities 11(3): 263–280.
  • Bauder, H. and Gilbert, G.* (2009) “Representations of Labour Migration in Guatemalan and American Media.” ACME 8(2): 278–303.
  • Bauder, H. and Semmelroggen, J.* (2009) “Immigration and Imagination of Nationhood in German Parliament.” Nationalism & Ethnic Politics 15(1): 1–26.
  • Bauder, H. (2008) “The Economic Case for Immigration: Neoliberal and Regulatory Paradigms in Canada’s Press.” Studies in Political Economy 82(Autumn): 131–152.
  • Bauder, H. (2008) “Emotional Attachment … to What? A Reply to Stanley Renshon.” Migrations and Identities 1(2): 187–193. (invited contribution)
  • Bauder, H. (2008) “Citizenship as Capital: The Distinction of Migrant Labour.” Alternatives: Global, Local, Political 33: 315–333.
  • Bauder, H. (2008) “Dialectics of Humanitarian Immigration and National Identity in Canadian Public Discourse.” Refuge 25(1): 84–93.
  • Bauder, H. (2008) “Kanada: Zuwanderungsmodell für Deutschland?” Geographische Rundschau 60(2): 48–50. (discussion)
  • Bauder, H. (2008) “Immigration Debate in Canada: How Newspapers Reported, 1996–2004.”Journal of International Migration and Integration 9(3): 289–310.
  • Bauder, H. (2008) “Foreign Farm Workers in Ontario (Canada): Exclusionary Discourse in the Newsprint Media.” Journal of Peasant Studies 35(1): 100–118.
  • Bauder, H. (2008) “Attitudes towards Self-Employment among Canadian Immigrants: A Canadian Case Study.” International Migration 46(2): 139–163.
  • Bauder, H. (2008) “Neoliberalism and the Utility of Immigration: Media Perspectives of Germany’s Immigration Law.” Antipode 40(1): 55–78.
  • Bauder, H. (2008) “Media Discourse and the New German Immigration Law.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 34(1): 95–112. 
  • Girard, E.* and Bauder, H. (2007) “The Making of an ‘Arcane’ Infrastructure: Professional Engineering Regulation in Canada, 1867–1937.” The Canadian Geographer 51(2): 233–246.
  • Girard, E.* and Bauder, H. (2007) “Assimilation and Exclusion of Foreign Trained Engineers in Canada: Inside a Canadian Professional Regulatory Organization.” Antipode 39(1): 35–53.
  • Bauder, H. (2006) “Origin, Employment Status and Attitudes towards Work: Immigrants in Vancouver.” Work, Employment and Society 20(4): 709–729.
  • Bauder, H. (2006) “And the Flag Waved on: Immigrants Protest, Geographers Meet in Chicago.” Environment and Planning A 38(6): 1001–1004. (commentary)
  • Di Biase, S.* and Bauder H. (2005) “Immigrant Settlement in Ontario: Location and Local Labour Markets.” Canadian Ethnic Studies 37(3): 114–135.
  • Bauder, H. (2005) “Attitudes Towards Work: Ethnic Minorities and Immigrant Groups in Vancouver. “Journal of International Migration and Integration 6(1): 125–151. 
  • Bauder, H. (2005) “Institutional Capital and Labour Devaluation: The Non-recognition of Foreign Credentials in Germany.” INTERVENTION: Journal of Economics/Zeitschrift für Ökonomie 2(1): 75–93.
  • Bauder, H., (2005) “Habitus, Rules of the Labour Market and Employment Strategies of Immigrants in Vancouver, Canada.” Social and Cultural Geography 6(1): 81–97.
  • Bauder, H. (2005) “Landscape and Scale in Media Representations: The Construction of Offshore Farm Labour in Ontario, Canada.” Cultural Geographies (formerly Ecumene) 12(1): 41–58.
  • Bauder, H. (2003) “Cultural Representations of Immigrant Workers by Service Providers and Employers.” Journal of International Migration and Integration 4(3): 415–438.
  • Bauder, H. (2003) “Immigrants in Urban Labour Markets: Place of Birth and Immigrant Concentrations in British Columbia.” Canadian Journal of Urban Research 12(2): 179–204.
  • Bauder, H., (2003) “Equality, Justice and the Problem of the International Border: A View from Canada.” ACME—An International E-Journal of Critical Geographies 2(2): 167–182. (Followed by responses by Ulrich Best, Franck Düvell, Dan Hiebert, Valerie Preston and Michael Samers.) 
  • Bauder, H. (2003) “‘Brain Abuse,’ or the Devaluation of Immigrant Labour in Canada.” Antipode 35(4): 699–717.
  • Bauder, H. and Sharpe, B. (2002) “Visible Minorities in Canada’s Gateway Cities.” The Canadian Geographer 46(3): 204–222.
  • Bauder, H. (2002) “Employment, Ethnicity and Metropolitan Context: The Case of Young Canadian Immigrants.” Journal of International Migration and Integration 2(3): 315–341.
  • Bauder, H. (2002) “Neighbourhood Effects and Cultural Exclusion.” Urban Studies 39(1): 85–93. (Reprinted in Latham, A., ed. 2017. The City: Post-Modernity, Sage.)
  • Bauder, H. (2001) “Work, Young People and Neighborhood Representations.” Social and Cultural Geography 2 (4): 461–480.
  • Bauder, H. (2001) “Visible Minorities and Urban Analysis.” Canadian Journal of Urban Research 10(1): 69–90.
  • Bauder, H. (2001) “Agency, Structure, Scale: Representations of Inner-City Youth Identities.” Tijdschift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie 92(3): 279–290.
  • Bauder, H. (2001) “‘You're Good With Your Hands, Why Don't You Become An Auto Mechanic:’ Neighborhood Context, Institutions and Career Development.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 25(3): 593–608.
  • Bauder, H. (2001) “Culture in the Labor Market: Segmentation Theory and Perspectives of Place.” Progress in Human Geography 25(1): 35–50.
  • Bauder, H. and Sharpe, B. (2000) “Youth Labor Market Marginalization in San Antonio, Texas.” The Professional Geographer 52(3): 531–543.
  • Bauder, H. (2000) “Reflections on the Spatial Mismatch Debate.” Journal of Planning Education and Research 19(3): 316–320. (commentary)
  • Bauder, H. and Perle, E. (1999) “Spatial and Skills Mismatch for Labor Market Segments.” Environment and Planning A 31(6): 959–977.

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