Jane O. Newman

Jane O. Newman is a professor of Comparative Literature at UC Irvine. She has published on 16th- and 17th-century English, German, and neo-Latin political theory, literature, and culture and the disciplinary history of Renaissance and Baroque studies. Newman has held Fulbright, Guggenheim, and Humboldt fellowships, was the M.H. Abrams Fellow at the National Humanities Center (Research Triangle, North Carolina) (2015-16), and held a Berlin Prize at the American Academy in Berlin (2017). She is the Chair of the University of California Systemwide Coordinating Committee for Scholars at Risk.

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Sociology, Sociology of Migration

Publications in the Series: The Academy in Exile Book Series

Web: University of California Irvine


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Refugee Routes
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Refugee Routes

Telling, Looking, Protesting, Redressing

Drawing on historical and contemporary examples of refugee routes, this book shows that invisibility can be countered by looking, silence by telling, extirpation by surviving, inequity by redressing, and uprooting by re-rooting.

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