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Bio

Natalie Dietrich Jones is Research Fellow at the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies (SALISES) at the University of the West Indies (UWI) Mona. Her research interests include geographies of the border, managed migration, and intra-regional migration within the CARICOM context.

Publications

Chapter in an edited book

  • Undocumented migration in Barbados: A narrative-discourse approach. In Sage Cases in Methodology. 2014. Available at: http://srmo.sagepub.com/view/methods-case-studies-2014/n248.xml

  • The Venezuela-Trinidad migration corridor (in Routledge Handbook of Migration and Development, Routledge, 2019)

  • “A failure to comply? Explaining dissonance between regional and national migration policy in CARICOM using the case of Barbados” In Caribbean Integration: Uncertainty in a time of Global Fragmentation, edited by Patsy Lewis, Terri-Ann Gilbert-Roberts and Jessica Byron, Kingston: UWI Press (under review)

  • “Labouring on the border of inclusion/exclusion: Undocumented CARICOM migrants in the Barbadian economy” In Border Transgression and reconfiguration of Caribbean spaces edited by Myriam Moïse and Fred Reno, Palgrave-MacMillan (under review)

 

Book review

They Never Come Back: A Story of Undocumented Workers from Mexico, by Frans J. Schryer, 2014. ERLACS. 2015 (98), pp. 137–139. Available at: http://www.erlacs.org/articles/abstract/10.18352/erlacs.9986/

Newspaper articles

  • Off the watch list?: Reviewing Jamaica’s progress in human trafficking fight, Jamaica Gleaner, 30 June 2013

  • In defence of Barbados?, Jamaica Gleaner, 13 October 2013