Jennifer Hyndman is Professor in Social Science and Geography at York University. Her research focuses on the geopolitics and securitization of forced migration from conflict zones and refugee camps in Sri Lanka and Kenya to resettlement in North America. Her recent publications include “‘War Without Sound’: The Securitization of Development in the Absence of Peace,” in Stability: International Journal of Security and Development (2015). She is also co-author with A. Khan of “Navigating Civil War Through Youth Migration, Education, and Family Separation,” published in Refuge.
Hyndman, J. 2011. Dual Disasters: Humanitarian Aid after the 2004 Tsunami. Sterling, VA: Kumarian Press.
Hyndman, J. 2010. The Question of the Political in Critical Geopolitics: Querying the 'Child Soldier' in the 'War on Terror.’” Political Geography 29 (5): 247-255.
Giles, W. and J. Hyndman, eds. 2004. Sites of Violence: Gender and Conflict Zones. Berkeley/Los Angeles, CA: University of California Press.
Hyndman, J. 2000. Managing Displacement: Refugees and the Politics of Humanitarianism. Minneapolis, MN: Minnesota University Press.
Keywords: Geopolitics and securitization of forced migration from conflict zones and refugee camps to resettlement; Sri Lanka; Indonesia