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date: 19 February 2019

(p. xi) Acknowledgements

(p. xi) Acknowledgements

We would like to thank the following people for their invaluable support and feedback throughout different phases of the development of this Handbook. At Oxford University Press, we are grateful to Dominic Byatt for his enthusiasm for this project from our first encounter in 2011 and for commissioning this volume as part of the Oxford Handbook series; and to Sarah Parker, Jenny Nugee, Jashnie Jabson, Edwin Pritchard, and Joy Mellor for all of their help over the past two years. Elena would like to thank Yousif M. Qasmiyeh and Bissan-Maria Fiddian-Qasmiyeh for their encouragement and patience, especially in the wonderful but chaotic months following Bissan-Maria’s arrival. Gil would like to thank Elena for reviewing a couple of the chapters he was responsible for, and Elena and Nando for dealing with some of the technical aspects of the editing. He would also like to thank Ann Loescher for encouraging him to take part in yet another long book project. Katy would like to thank Tim Moreton for all his support (and for finding a way for me to finish the editing process in the Californian sun) as well as colleagues at the London School of Economics and University of Edinburgh. Nando would like to thank Julia for all her support and encouragement and Robin for the wonderful and much needed after-work play time, as well as colleagues at the University of Birmingham’s Institute for Research into Superdiversity, and the Oxford Diasporas Programme and Centre on Migration, Policy and Society at the University of Oxford. The editorial team would also like to thank all of our colleagues at the Refugee Studies Centre for their support and contribution to this ambitious project. Finally, we would like to thank António Guterres, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, for contributing the Foreword to this volume, in adddition to Micheline Saunders-Gallemand for her assistance in this regard. (p. xii)