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Conferences:

Bhatia, M (2009) ‘Crimes of Survival’: Using Critical Criminology Lens to Analyse the Impacts of Policies and Procedures on Asylum Seekers and ‘Illegal’ Immigrants. Presentation to the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control Conference, University of Central Lancashire

Bhatia, M (2010) Suitable Enemy? ‘Illegal’ Immigrants and the State. Presentation to Huddersfield Research Festival

Bhatia, M (2011) Criminal Justice System and Asylum Seeker: Narrating the Consequences of ‘Spoiled Identity’, presentation to the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control Conference at the Universitie de Savoie, Chambery, France

Bhatia, M (2012) Impact of Detention Centres on Asylum Seekers, presentation to the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control at the University of Nicosia, Cyprus. (Closing Speaker)

Bhatia, M (2014) Deportation and Resistance: Narratives of Asylum Seekers. Presentation to the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control Conference at the Liverpool John Moores University

Bhatia, M (2014) Asylum Seeker Resistance: Breaking the Deportation Machine. Presentation to the Racism: From the Labour Movement to the Far-Right’ conference at the University of Glasgow

Bhatia, M (2015) Turning Asylum Seekers into ‘Criminals’: Narratives of Self-Harm and Attempted Suicides in Prisons. Hearing the Hidden Voices: Researching the Prisoners Lives and Prespectives, University of Dundee

Bhatia, M and Canning, V (2016) Scepticism, Optimism and Resistance in the Shifting Landscape of Immigration Detention in the UK. Presentation to the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control Conference at the University of Barga, Portugal.

Bhatia, M (2017) The UK’s Racist “Crimmigration” System: Asylum Seeker Narratives of Injustice and Harm. Presentation to the Racism and Political Mobilisation – Back then and Right Now. University of East London.

Invited Talks:

Bhatia, M (2012) Living with 'Crime'? Impact of Border Control Regimes on Asylum Seekers and Irregular Migrants, Manchester Metropolitan University

Bhatia, M (2013) Creating and Managing 'Mad', 'Bad' and 'Dangerous': The role of Asylum Control Industry, Liverpool John Moores University

Bhatia, M (2013) ‘Risky’ Migrants? Human Consequences of the UK Asylum Policy, University of the West of England, Bristol

Bhatia, M (2013) Neo-Liberalism and its Impact on Immigration Policy and Control, Panel Speaker at the Neo-Liberalism as Policy, Theory and Practice Conference, Manchester Metropolitan University

Bhatia, M (2014) Impact of Policies and Procedures on Asylum Seeking Women, Public Talk organised by AMINA (Muslim Women’s Resource Centre), Dundee

Bhatia, M (2014) Resisting “Bare-Life”: Narratives of Asylum Seekers who are Subjected to Forced Removals from the UK, Abertay University

Bhatia, M (2015) Asylum: Impact of policy and procedures on asylum seeking women, Public Talk organised by AMINA and Scottish Refugee Council, Glasgow

Bhatia, M (2015) Destitution and Social Harms: Drug Use amongst Asylum Seekers, University of Stirling

Bhatia, M (2016) Prison Experiences of Asylum Seekers and ‘Illegal’ Migrants Convicted of Immigration-Crime: Narratives of Pain, Suffering and Trauma. University of Turin, Italy

Bhatia, M (2016) The Racist Crimmigration System: Asylum Seeker Narratives of Imprisonment, Injustice and Harm in the UK. Humboldt University, Berlin.

Bhatia, M (2016) Seeking Sanctuary: Impact of Policies and Procedures on Women and Girls Fleeing Persecution and Violence. The Scottish Parliament – event organised by MSPs.

Bhatia, M (2016) “They treated me like a dirty whore”: Treatment of Asylum Seeking Women in the UK. Public Lecture at the University of Stirling, organised by the Division of Social Sciences.

Bhatia, M (2017) Crime, Punishment and Harm: Asylum Seeker Narrative of the Immigration and Criminal Justice System, Universiteit Leiden, Netherlands.

Guest Lectures:

Bhatia, M (2013) Asylum Seekers and Refugees: Figures, Political Developments and Strategies of Inclusion, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge

Bhatia, M (2013) Asylum: Compounding Emotional Impacts of Trauma? Liverpool John Moores University

Bhatia, M (2017) Teaching on the Crimmigration Masters Course, University of Leiden.

Publications:

Bhatia, M (2012). Book Review, Solivetti, L. (2010) Immigration, Social Integration and Crime - A Cross National Approach. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 12(3), 330-332.

Bhatia, M. (2014). Creating and Managing ‘Mad’, ‘Bad’ and ‘Dangerous’: The Role of the Immigration System., in Canning, V ed. Sites of Confinement. The European Group Press. https://www.academia.edu/9284564/Creating_and_Managing_Mad_Bad_and_Dangerous_The_Role_of_the_Immigration_System

Bhatia, M. (2014). Researching ‘Bogus’ Asylum Seekers, ‘Illegal’ Migrants and ‘Crimmigrants’, in Lumsden, K and Winter, A (eds), Reflexivity in Criminological Research, Palgrave: London.

Bhatia, M. (2015) Turning Asylum Seekers into ‘Dangerous Criminals’: Experiences of the Criminal Justice System of Those Seeking Sanctuary. International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy 4(3): 97‐111, doi: 10.5204/ijcjsd.v3i2.

Bhatia, M. and Martynowicz, A. (2017). What is Social Control?, in Morley, S., Corteen, K., Turner, J., and Taylor, P (eds). A Companion to State Power, Liberties and Rights. Policy Press. Policy Press: Bristol.

Bhatia, M. (2017). What are Corporations?, in Morley, S., Corteen, K., Turner, J., and Taylor, P (eds). A Companion to State Power, Liberties and Rights. Policy Press. Policy Press: Bristol.

Bhatia, M., Poynting, S., Tufail, W. (Forthcoming book volume). Media, Crime and Racism.  Palgrave: London.

Bhatia, M. (Forthcoming book chapter). Social Death: The (White) Racial Framing of the Calais ‘Jungle’ and ‘Illegal’ Migrants in the British Tabloids and Right-Wing Press. In Bhatia, M., Poynting, S., and Tufail, W. (eds) Media, Crime and Racism. Palgrave: London

Reports for the Third Sector:

Bhatia, M., Cockcroft, E., Turner, A. (2015). Approaches to Mental Health, Well-Being and Suicide Prevention within a Voluntary Sector Organisation for People Seeking Asylum – evaluation report. See: https://www.academia.edu/17357893/Approaches_to_Mental_Health_Well-Being_and_Suicide_Prevention_within_a_Voluntary_Sector_Organisation_for_People_Seeking_Asylum

Wider Impact Publications:

Bhatia, M and Canning, V. (2017). Brutality of British Immigration Centre Laid Bare. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/brutality-of-british-immigration-detention-system-laid-bare-83396

Bhatia, M (2017) Seeking Refuge in Europe. Two week blog Series organised for the Border Criminologies, Oxford University. See: https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/research-subject-groups/centre-criminology/centreborder-criminologies/blog/2017/05/seeking-refuge

Bhatia, M (2017). Racist Hate Crimes against those Seeking Asylum. Border Criminologies, Oxford University. https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/research-subject-groups/centre-criminology/centreborder-criminologies/blog/2017/05/racist-hate

Bhatia, M and Canning, V. (2017). Dungavel, Detention and Deportation: A Trojan Horse to the Scottish Government? Royal Scottish Geography Magazine. Winter 2017 Edition.

Canning, V and Bhatia, M. (2016). Immigration Detention: what’s the problem with privatisation?            Society Matters, Open University. See: http://www.open.edu/openlearn/people-politics-law/immigration-detention-whats-the-problem-privatisation

Bhatia, M and Canning, V. (2016). Immigration Detention: A Tale of Two Reviews. Institute of Race Relations, London. See: http://www.irr.org.uk/news/immigration-detention-a-tale-of-two-reviews/ (this article was also re-published by the Scottish Refugee Council).

Bhatia, M. (2016). Will BREXIT impact on Borders and the Control of Immigration? British Society of Criminology. See: http://www.britsoccrim.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Bhatia_bscn78.pdf (this article was also re-published by the Open Democracy).

Bhatia, M., and Singleton, A. (2015). Turning Point for Europe: Humanity Remembered. Open Democracy. See: https://www.opendemocracy.net/ourkingdom/monish-bhatia-ann-singleton/turning-point-for-europe-humanity-remembered

Media Presence:

Sunday Herald, 5th April, 2015. Refugee Detention Centres are Harming Women. http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/home-news/refugee-detention-centres-are-harming-women-they-should-close-say-experts.122395049

Scottish Television, 22nd October, 2014. Abertay Lecturer to Discuss Gender Issues and Asylum Law. http://dundee.stv.tv/174458/

The Dundee Courier, 10th June, 2015. The Refugee Film Festival Opening in Dundee. www.thecourier.co.uk/news/local/dundee/refugee-film-festival-opening-in-dundee-1.882937