"The richness of the volume resides in the very diverse origin of its authors, from a multi-disciplinary as well as from a geographical point of view, and in the capacity of its editors to have allowed for the intellectually fruitful collaboration of committed and young scholars. The editors and the contributors are due to the appreciations of their colleagues for the well-researched work excellently done. It is a highly commendable work."
- Dr Saleh Shahriar, College of Economics and Management, Northwest A&F University, Migration Letters, April 2019
"This book is both thought-provoking and a good read. It is policy-relevant as it conceptualises borders, belonging and connection to place as central to the future development of fair and equitable migration policies. Hopefully the collection informs the important debates on migration that so often seem bereft of any nuance."
- Diotima Chattoraj, Singapore, Journal of Contemporary Asia, July 2018
"This exciting volume brings together a new generation of thinkers, scholars, and activists to interrogate borders, bordering, and mobility in South Asia. In doing so, it makes a major intervention in ongoing debates that resonate far beyond the region."
- Jason Cons, author of Sensitive Space: Fragmented Territory at the India-Bangladesh Border
"An extraordinarily timely collection of essays to remind us of the crucial place of South Asia in twenty-first century displacements, and the urgent need to theorize its new border regimes through the ordinary and catastrophic experiences of moving people."
- Vazira Zamindar, Associate Professor of History, Brown University