Dr. Gallya Lahav
Lahav teaches and writes on the politics of international migration and European integration. She is the author of the book, Immigration and Politics in the New Europe: Reinventing Borders (Cambridge University Press, 2004) and is the co-editor of The Migration Reader with A. Messina (Lynne Rienner, 2006), the co-edited volume Immigration Policy in Europe: the Politics of Control with V. Guiraudon (Routledge, 2007), and the International Studies Association Compendium on Ethnicity, Nationalism, and Migration, with P. James and N. Sandhal (Oxford/Blackwell).
Her articles have appeared in several books and journals on international relations and comparative politics. Among peer-reviewed journals, her work has appeared in Comparative Political Studies, the American Journal of Political Research, Political Behavior, the Journal of Common Market Studies, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Global Governance, Ethnic and Racial Studies, and West European Politics. She has contributed book chapters to Framing Terrorism (Pippa Norris, et al., eds.), Immigration Research for a New Century (Russell Sage), Bringing Outsiders
She has been a consultant to the UN Population Division and has served as an expert witness to the US Special Operations Forces, European Parliament, the Israel Population and Immigration Authority (PIBA), and the Canadian Air Transport Safety Association, on issues related to the politics of international migration. She also continues to actively support and mentor research students worldwide, including in Switzerland, Denmark, Italy, the UK, Germany, Australia, Israel, Canada, and throughout the United States.