Christopher C. Graham
PhD Global Governance and Human Security, McCormack Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies, University of Massachusetts Boston
Christopher’s current research focuses on the political economy of migration and its connection to development outcomes in the Global South. His research interests also include migrant social networking and technology, diaspora strategies, transnational citizenship and security, and international migration regime building.
Graham C 2016 Transnational Citizenship and the Case of Diaspora Voting Rights in Jamaica: An Institutional Analysis. York University Tubman Summer Institute 2016, University of the West Indies, Kingston, Jamaica, August 10, 2016.
Graham C 2016 Diaspora and Human Security: Exploring Theoretical Linkages and Debates. Spring Graduate Colloquium, Department of Conflict Resolution, Human Security and Global Governance. University of Massachusetts, Boston, May 12, 2016.
Graham C 2015 Diaspora Governance in the Caribbean – A Review. Fall Graduate Colloquium, Department of Conflict Resolution, Human Security and Global Governance. University of Massachusetts, Boston, December 18, 2015.