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Contents: Part 1 Neoliberal Globalisation and Displacement: States Displacing the Poor and the Marginal: Dispossession, placelessness, home and belonging: an outline of a research agenda, Ruchira Ganguly-Scrase and Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt; Neoliberal development, port reform and displacement: the case of Kolkata and Haldia, West Bengal, India, Douglas Hill and Timothy J. Scrase; Youth on the neoliberal margins: ethnography of tourism-led displacement in Kerala, South India, Belinda Green; Neoliberal development and displacement: women’s experiences of flight and settlement in South Asia, Ruchira Ganguly-Scrase; Aftermath of dams and displacement in India’s Narmada river valley: linking compensation policies with experiences of resettlement, Pratyusha Basu; Globalization and occupational displacement: Indian artisans in the global economy, Timothy J. Scrase. Part 2 Politics and Coercive Displacement: States Displacing Minorities and Indigenous Peoples: The land issue on Banggi Island, Sabah, Malaysia: deagrarianisation and exclusion of the Bonggi, Fadzilah Majid Cooke; Movement by coercion: the displacement of indigenous children in Australia, Suneeti Rekhari; Margin, minorities, and a political economy of displacement: the Chittagong hill tracts of Bangladesh, Bokhtiar Ahmed. Part 3 Placeless Identities: Non-State Places and Floating Peoples: Home-making and regrounding : lives of Bangladeshi migrants on the Damodar Charlands of Lower Bengal, India, Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt and Gopa Samanta; Re-imagining ‘refugeehood’: reflections on Hmong identity(ies) in the diaspora, Roberta Julian; Globalised cartographies of being: literature, refugees, and the Australian nation, Tony Simoes da Silva; Dispossession, human security, and undocumented migration: narrative accounts of Afghani and Sri Lankan Tamil asylum seekers, Ruchira Ganguly-Scrase and Lynnaire Sheridan; Index.