Katharine Weatherhead

Email: k.t.weatherhead@qmul.ac.uk

Website: www.law.qmul.ac.uk

 

Bio:

Ms Katharine T. Weatherhead is undertaking a PhD in Law at Queen Mary University of London. She was awarded an MA Hons in International Relations and Law from the University of Edinburgh (2014) and an MSc in Refugee and Forced Migration Studies from the University of Oxford (2016). Katharine's primary research interest is EU asylum law and policy, and her previous work has appeared in Forced Migration Review and Open Democracy. The working title of her doctoral thesis is: "Unravelling Mediterranean Migration: Legal and political knowledge creation and diffusion among asylum seekers, refugees and migrants". 

Publications/recent projects:

  • Allinson, K., Stefanelli, J., and Weatherhead, K.T. 'Immigration Detention' in Guild, Grant and Groenendijk (eds) "The Human Rights of Migrants in the 21st Century" (forthcoming) London: Routledge, chpt.4
  • Weatherhead, K.T. 'Irregular Status' in Guild, Grant and Groenendijk (eds) "The Human Rights of Migrants in the 21st Century" (forthcoming) London: Routledge, chpt.5
  • Weatherhead, K.T. "Sharing responsibility for refugees in Europe: the logic of identity" Open Democracy (18 August 2016)
  • Weatherhead, K.T. "Removing 'non-removables'" Forced Migration Review (2016) Vol.51, pp.75-76
  • Weatherhead, K.T. "Presumptively Deserving of Protection: Cushioning the Nexus between EU Asylum and Irregular Immigration Policies" Groundings Ancients (2014) Vol.2, pp.139-154