Online Extras Winter 2016


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The following online extras accompany the print version of the winter 2016 edition of the ​Forum​, the theme of which is migration.

"Academia on the Move" by Anthony Moretti

Benton, D.C., Gonzalez-Jurado, M.A. & Beneit-Montesinos, J.V. (2013) Nurse Faculty Migration: A Systematic Review of the Literature. International Nursing Review 60, 157–166

 Fogarty, T.J. & Black, W.H. (2015). The Reduced Opportunity Structure: Senior Faculty Movement in Accounting 1980-2012. Issues in Accounting Education 30, 207-231.

 Tremblay, R., Hardwick, S & O’Neill J. (2014). Academic Migration at the Canada-US Border. American Review of Canadian Studies 44, 118-134.

"The Neglect of the Immigrant Child" by Ivón Padilla-Rodriguez

[1] Selma Berrol, “Ethnicity and American Children,” in American Childhood: A Research Guide and Historical Handbook, ed. by Joseph M. Hawes and N. Ray Hiner (Westport: Greenwood Press, 1985), 349.

[2] Tara Zahra, The Lost Children: Reconstructing Europe’s Families After World War II (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2011), 17.

[3] Mae Ngai, Impossible Subjects: Illegal Aliens and the Making of Modern America (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2004), 152.

[4] María Cristina García, Seeking Refuge: Central American Migration to Mexico, the United States, and Canada, (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2006), 33.

[5] Alison Acker, Children of the Volcano: Growing Up in Central America (Toronto: Between the Lines, 1986), 11.

[6] Jared Goyette, “It’s now clear that most of the Syrian refugees coming to the United States are women and children,” Public Radio International, August 08, 2016, http://www.pri.org/stories/2016-08-08/it-s-now-clear-most-syrian-refugees-coming-united-states-are-women-and-children.

[7] Dan Restrepo and Ann Garcia, “The Surge of Unaccompanied Children from Central America,” Center for American Progress, July 24, 2014, https://www.americanprogress.org/issues/immigration/report/2014/07/24/94396/the-surge-of-unaccompanied-children-from-central-america-root-causes-and-policy-solutions/.

[8] Hilary Rodham, “Children Under the Law,” Harvard Educational Review (1973): 487, 513.

[9] Maria Odom, “Ensuring Process Efficiency and Legal Sufficiency in Special Immigrant Juvenile Adjudications,” Citizenship and Immigration Services Ombudsman (2015): 9. https://www.dhs.gov/sites/default/files/publications/CISOMB%20SIJ%20Recommendation%202015_2.pdf.

[10] David B. Thronson, “Kids Will Be Kids? Reconsidering Conceptions of Children’s Rights Underlying Immigration Law,” Ohio State Law Journal 979, (2002): 990-991.

"The Zika Crisis: A Result of Neglect" by Sahotra Sarkar

Adelman, ZN and Tu, Z. (2016). Control of mosquito-borne infectious diseases: sex and gene drive. Trends in parasitology32(3):219-229.

Carvalho, DO, McKemey, AR, Garziera, L, Lacroix, R, Donnelly, CA, Alphey, L, Malavasi, A and Capurro, ML. (2015). Suppression of a field population of Aedes aegypti in Brazil by sustained release of transgenic male mosquitoes. PLoS Negl Trop Dis9(7): e0003864.

Crosby, M.C. (2007). The American plague: the untold story of yellow fever, the epidemic that shaped our history. Penguin.

Gardner L, Chen N and Sarkar S. (2016) Global risk of Zika virus depends critically on vector status of Aedes albopictus. Lancet Infectious Diseases 16(5):522-523.

Gardner, L. and Sarkar, S. 2013. A Global Airport-Based Risk Model for the Spread of Dengue Infection via the Air Transport Network. PLoS ONE 8 (8): e72129. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0072129.

Halstead, SB (2015). Reappearance of chikungunya, formerly called dengue, in the Americas. Emerging Infectious Diseases 21(4): 557 -561.

Hotez, PJ (2008). Forgotten people, forgotten diseases: the neglected tropical diseases and their impact on global health and development. ASM Press, Washington DC.

Iturbe‐Ormaetxe, I, Walker, T and LO'Neill, S. (2011). Wolbachia and the biological control of mosquito‐borne disease. EMBO reports12(6): 508-518.

Lima, E.P., Paiva, M.H.S., de Araújo, A.P., Da Silva, E.V., da Silva, U.M., de Oliveira, L.N., Santana, A.E., Barbosa, C.N., de Paiva Neto, C.C., Goulart, M.O. and Wilding, C.S. (2011). Insecticide resistance in Aedes aegypti populations from Ceará, Brazil. Parasit Vectors4(5): pp.2-12.

Phuc, H.K., Andreasen, M.H., Burton, R.S., Vass, C., Epton, M.J., Pape, G., Fu, G., Condon, K.C., Scaife, S., Donnelly, C.A. and Coleman, P.G. (2007). Late-acting dominant lethal genetic systems and mosquito control. BMC biology5(1): 11.

Pitisuttithum, P. and Bouckenooghe, A., 2016. The first licensed dengue vaccine: an important tool for integrated preventive strategies against dengue virus infection. Expert review of vaccines, (just-accepted)

Rasmussen, S.A., Jamieson, D.J., Honein, M.A. and Petersen, L.R., 2016. Zika virus and birth defects—reviewing the evidence for causality. New England Journal of Medicine374(20), pp.1981-1987.

Sarkar, S. 2016. The Ethics of Gene Drives against Aedes aegypti. Infectious Disease News 29 (4):11.

Sarkar S and Gardner L (2016) Zika: the cost of neglect. Palgrave Communications. 2:16060 doi: 10.1057/palcomms.2016.60.

Yakob, L. and Walker, T. (2016). Zika virus outbreak in the Americas: the need for novel mosquito control methods. The Lancet Global Health4(3): e148-e149..

Yuhas A. (2016) US beekeepers fear for livelihoods as anti-Zika toxin kills 2.5m bees. The Guardian (US edition), 4 September, https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/sep/04/zika-mosquito-neurotoxin-kills-bees-livelihoods-beekeepers.

"On the Move: Animal Migration in the 21st Century" by Adam Fudickar

Liechti, Felix, et al. "First evidence of a 200-day non-stop flight in a bird." Nature Communications 4 (2013).

Rattenborg, Niels C., et al. "Evidence that birds sleep in mid-flight." Nature Communications 7 (2016).

Streby, Henry M., et al. "Tornadic storm avoidance behavior in breeding songbirds." Current Biology 25.1 (2015): 98-102.

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