Anne McNevin

Associate Professor of Politics

The New School

Anne McNevin's teaching and research begins with enduring political questions about sovereignty, citizenship and political community. She is interested in the transformation of these things in relation to displacement, mobility, borders, and the global governance of migration. She also has interests in spatiality and temporality in world politics and in critical and post-colonial approaches to International Relations. Her recent work has focused on the governmentality of Migration Management in the Indonesian context and she is working on a new project that examines conceptual starting points for Migration and Mobilities research.

Before joining The New School, Anne was based at Monash University as a Lecturer in Politics and International Relations and prior to that was a postdoctoral research fellow in the School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, RMIT University, Melbourne.