PUBLICATIONS

Photographing Congolese peace maps drawn at Mahama camp, Rwanda

Refereed journal articles

Parent, Nicolas. In Press. “Commitments to refugees and displaced persons in African peace agreements, 1990-2018,” The International Journal of Human Rights. https://doi.org/10.1080/13642987.2021.2007079

Parent, Nicolas. 2022. “Anti-sedentarism and the anthropology of forced migration,” Suomen Antropologi: Journal of the Finnish Anthropological Society 46, no. 2: 10-29. https://doi.org/10.30676/jfas.v46i2.110269

Parent, Nicolas, Freier, Luisa Feline, and Dawson, Walker. 2021. “Lost at sea, saved by Allah: Religious coping on a migrant journey from Cape Verde to Brazil,” Mental Health, Religion & Culture 24, no. 7: 659-669. https://doi.org/10.1080/13674676.2021.1919069

Parent, Nicolas. 2020. “From exile to homeland return: Ethnographic mapping to inform peacebuilding from afar,” Stability: International Journal of Security & Development 8, no. 1, art. 7: 1-23. http://doi.org/10.5334/sta.772

Freier, Luisa Feline and Parent, Nicolas. 2019. “The regional response to the Venezuelan exodus,” Current History: A Journal of Contemporary World Affairs 118, no. 805: 56-61. https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.2019.118.805.56

Parent, Nicolas. 2018. “Four voices of refugee solidarity along the Balkan Route: An exploratory pilot study on motivations for mobilization,” Migration Letters 15, no. 3: 423-436. https://doi.org/10.33182/ml.v15i3.363

Parent, Nicolas. 2018. “Turkish perception of risk vis-a-vis Syrian refugees: An exploratory study of cultural cognition in Izmir, Turkey,” Journal of Identity and Migration Studies 12, no. 1: 2-25.

Parent, Nicolas. 2017. “Blame avoidance and worldviews: Explaining the recurrence of socio-cultural disasters within Aboriginal communities in Canada,” Canadian Journal of Native Studies 37, no. 1: 117-135.

Book chapters

Parent, Nicolas. 2022. “Moving beyond borders: Anarchist political ecology and environmental displacement.” In J. Mateer, S. Springer, M. Locret-Collet, and M. Acker, Energies Beyond the State: Anarchist Political Ecology and the Liberation of Nature, 45-66. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield.

Web-based publications

Parent, Nicolas. “How religion helped African migrants during a risky Atlantic crossing,” The Conversation, November 4, 2021. [link]

Parent, Nicolas. “Mutual aid amongst refugees: Evidence from Turkey and Peru,” CARFMS blog, Canadian Association for Refugee and Forced Migration Studies, October 26, 2021. [link]

Freier, Luisa Feline and Parent, Nicolas. 2019. “A Turning Tide? Venezuelan Displacement and Migration Governance in Peru,” Migration Policy Centre, European University Institute, December 11, 2019. [link]

Parent, Nicolas. 2019. “Creative methods of dissemination in forced migration research.” Discussion point. ESPMI Discussion Series. Emerging Scholars & Practitioners on Migration Issues. [link]

Parent, Nicolas and Freier, Luisa Feline. 2018. “The Venezuelan Exodus: Placing Latin America in the Global Conversation on Migration Management,” LSE Latin America and Caribbean blog, London School of Economics and Political Science, July 31, 2018. [link]

Freier, Luisa Feline and Parent, Nicolas. 2018. “A South American Migration Crisis: Venezuelan outflows test neighbors’ hospitality,” Migration Information Source, Migration Policy Institute, July 18, 2018. [link]

Mahlke, Helisane, Parent, Nicolas and Yamamoto, Lilian. 2017. “How Latin America is responding to Venezuelan refugees,” Refugees Deeply, November 28, 2017. [link]

Other publications

Parent, Nicolas. 2021. “Hachures and hazards of origins,” Project Synergy no. 1 (Origins): 38-41.

Parent, Nicolas and Sarazin, François. 2020. “La liminalité et l’exil : Au-delà de l’étiquetage,” Perceptions no. 2 (Fall 2020): 25-29.

Parent, Nicolas. 2019. “Displacement, return and environmental peacebuilding: Congolese refugees and the potential of ethnographic research,” Tvergastein Interdisciplinary Journal of the Environment, no. 12: 30-37.

Observatory for Human Rights and Forced Migrants in Turkey. 2017. A Year of Impunity: A one year visual database of migration-related human rights abuses, edited by Nicolas Parent. Izmir: OHRFMT.

Parent, Nicolas. 2017. “Falling short of protection: Peru’s new migration scheme for Venezuelans,” Forced Migration Review 56 (October): 41-42.

Parent, Nicolas. 2016. “Refugees as Peons in Foreign Policy: Turkey, the EU and Reflections of Lasker and Nimzowitsch,” In/Words Magazine and Press 15, no. 3: 99-104.