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The Making of the Modern Internment Regime
The 60-year history of a French internment camp and the development of the present refugee regime.
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This work rests on the contributions of fifteen young scholars who researched and visited sites of importance to the juridico-political development of the present global internment order.

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Daniel Bertrand Monk
Daniel Monk is the Cooley Chair in Peace and Conflict Studies [P-CON] at Colgate University, where he is also Professor of Geography and Middle East Studies
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Kelly Knickerbocker
Kelly Knickerbocker is a student at Colgate University where she plans to earn her degree in Molecular Biology.
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Jake Gomez
Jake Gomez is a first year student at Colgate University majoring in Middle Eastern and Islamic studies and Peace and Conflict studies.
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Calvin Lee
Colgate University ’21 Benton Scholar
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Iris Hollis
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Blossom Parris
Undergraduate Colgate Student Class of 2021
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Shannon M. Duffy
Colgate University Class of 2021
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Henry Claudy '21
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