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Dr Andrew Burridge

Dr Andrew Burridge

Associate Research Fellow

 5892

 Amory C255

 

Amory Building, University of Exeter, Rennes Drive, Exeter, EX4 4RJ , UK

Overview

Andrew is an Associate Research Fellow at the College of Life & Environmental Sciences, working with Dr. Nick Gill on a project investigating the causes of disparities in asylum appeal success rates in the UK. He completed his PhD in Geography at the University of Southern California in 2009, and holds a BA(Hons) in Urban Planning and Development from the University of Melbourne, Australia (2004). In 2010 Andrew relocated to Durham University in the UK and was a Research Associate at the International Boundaries Research Unit in the Department of Geography until 2013.

Broad research specialisms:

  • Political Geography
  • Geopolitics
  • Legal Geography
  • Immigration, asylum and refugee studies
  • Critical border studies
  • International border management and conflict resolution
  • Undocumented and autonomous migration
  • Detention and incarceration
  • Humanitarianism and human rights discourses
  • Geographies of justice, social movements and resistance
  • Securitisation and risk
  • Urban geography and critical urbanism; urban planning and development

Qualifications

BA (Hons) Urban Planning and Development, University of Melbourne (2004);
DPhil Geography, University of Southern California (2009);
Graduate Certificate in Urban and Global Studies, School of Policy, Planning and Development, University of Southern California (2009)

Research

Research interests

Andrew is currently working on an ESRC-funded project led by Dr. Nick Gill: "Fair and Consistent? Are asylum appeal hearings the same wherever they are heard?" This study examines the process of appealing against initially negative asylum decisions in order to identify what factors differ between hearing centres across the UK.

Previously Andrew has conducted extensive research for his PhD in the Mexico-U.S. borderlands, which was concerned with migrant deaths and securitization practices, while based at the University of Southern California. While at the International Boundaries Research Unit at Durham University, his research investigated the developing practices of border management conducted by the EU agency Frontex, particularly at the Greek-Turkish border.

Grants/Funding:

2011 Research Development Fund, Department of Geography, Durham University – Emerging Practices of Border Management and Policing at the Periphery of the European Union: Frontex and Rapid Border Intervention Teams, £977.44

Publications

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Key publications


(2014). 'No borders' as a critical politics of mobility and migration. ACME, 13(3), 463-470.
Loyd JM, Mitchelson M, Burridge A (2012). Beyond walls and cages : Prisons, borders, and global crisis. Abstract.
(2010). Youth on the line and the no borders movement. Children's Geographies, 8(4), 401-411. Abstract.
Burridge AD (2009). Differential Criminalization Under Operation Streamline: Challenges to Freedom of Movement and Humanitarian Aid Provision in the Mexico-U.S. Borderlands. Refuge: Canada's Journal on Refugees, 26(2), 78-91.
Loyd J, Mitchelson M, Burridge AD (2009). Thinking and (Moving) Beyond Walls and Cages: Bridging Immigrant Justice and Anti-Prison Organizing in the United States. Social Justice: a journal of crime, conflict and world order, 36(2), 85-103.
(2007). La Gran Marcha: Anti-racism and immigrants rights in Southern California. ACME, 6(1), 1-35. Abstract.

Publications by category


Books

Loyd JM, Mitchelson M, Burridge A (2012). Beyond walls and cages : Prisons, borders, and global crisis. Abstract.

Journal articles

(2014). 'No borders' as a critical politics of mobility and migration. ACME, 13(3), 463-470.
Kallio KP (2014). Conclusions: Critical political geographies. ACME, 13(3), 471-472.
(2014). Subject, silence, narrative, humor, family, no borders: Six openings to critical political geography. ACME, 13(3), 424-427. Abstract.
(2010). Youth on the line and the no borders movement. Children's Geographies, 8(4), 401-411. Abstract.
Burridge AD (2009). Differential Criminalization Under Operation Streamline: Challenges to Freedom of Movement and Humanitarian Aid Provision in the Mexico-U.S. Borderlands. Refuge: Canada's Journal on Refugees, 26(2), 78-91.
Loyd J, Mitchelson M, Burridge AD (2009). Thinking and (Moving) Beyond Walls and Cages: Bridging Immigrant Justice and Anti-Prison Organizing in the United States. Social Justice: a journal of crime, conflict and world order, 36(2), 85-103.
Dear M, Burridge A, Marolt P, Peters J, Seymour M (2008). Critical responses to the Los Angeles school of urbanism. URBAN GEOGRAPHY, 29(2), 101-112. Author URL.
(2007). La Gran Marcha: Anti-racism and immigrants rights in Southern California. ACME, 6(1), 1-35. Abstract.
(2005). Cultural integration and hybridization at the United States-Mexico borderlands. Cahiers de Geographie du Quebec, 49(138), 301-318. Abstract.

Chapters

Loyd J, Burridge AD (2015). Million Dollar Blocks. In Scott E, Swenson K (Eds.) Critical Landscapes: Art and the Politics of Land Use Studies, Berkeley: University of California Press, 242-243.
(2012). Introduction : Borders, prisons, and abolitionist visions. In  (Ed) , 1-15.  Abstract.

Publications by year


2015

Loyd J, Burridge AD (2015). Million Dollar Blocks. In Scott E, Swenson K (Eds.) Critical Landscapes: Art and the Politics of Land Use Studies, Berkeley: University of California Press, 242-243.

2014

(2014). 'No borders' as a critical politics of mobility and migration. ACME, 13(3), 463-470.
Kallio KP (2014). Conclusions: Critical political geographies. ACME, 13(3), 471-472.
(2014). Subject, silence, narrative, humor, family, no borders: Six openings to critical political geography. ACME, 13(3), 424-427. Abstract.

2012

Loyd JM, Mitchelson M, Burridge A (2012). Beyond walls and cages : Prisons, borders, and global crisis. Abstract.
(2012). Introduction : Borders, prisons, and abolitionist visions. In  (Ed) , 1-15.  Abstract.

2010

(2010). Youth on the line and the no borders movement. Children's Geographies, 8(4), 401-411. Abstract.

2009

Burridge AD (2009). Differential Criminalization Under Operation Streamline: Challenges to Freedom of Movement and Humanitarian Aid Provision in the Mexico-U.S. Borderlands. Refuge: Canada's Journal on Refugees, 26(2), 78-91.
Loyd J, Mitchelson M, Burridge AD (2009). Thinking and (Moving) Beyond Walls and Cages: Bridging Immigrant Justice and Anti-Prison Organizing in the United States. Social Justice: a journal of crime, conflict and world order, 36(2), 85-103.

2008

Dear M, Burridge A, Marolt P, Peters J, Seymour M (2008). Critical responses to the Los Angeles school of urbanism. URBAN GEOGRAPHY, 29(2), 101-112. Author URL.

2007

(2007). La Gran Marcha: Anti-racism and immigrants rights in Southern California. ACME, 6(1), 1-35. Abstract.

2005

(2005). Cultural integration and hybridization at the United States-Mexico borderlands. Cahiers de Geographie du Quebec, 49(138), 301-318. Abstract.

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