Program: Conflict Studies
Office : GIG 327A
Phone: 613-236-1393, ext.: 2519
Research Activities:Forced migration; Human rights; Transitional justice, Research for development
Education:DPhil (PhD) International Relations, St Antony’s College, University of Oxford
MSc Forced Migration, Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford
MA (Honours) Philosophy and International Relations, University of St Andrews
Member of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, University of Ottawa
Courses taught:ECS 3130 Armed conflict and humanitarian intervention
ECS 5103 Research methods in conflict studies
ECS 5120 Refugees and forced migration: Rights and responsibilities
ECS 5302 Approaches to conflict and social justice
ECS 6140 Research Seminar
M. Bradley, Refugee Repatriation: Justice, Responsibility and Redress. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (forthcoming).
Refereed chapters in books
M. Bradley and R. Cohen, ‘The international protection of environmental migrants: Challenges, shortcomings and ways forward’, in J. Schade and T. Faist (eds.) Migration and Climate Change, New York: Springer (forthcoming).
M. Bradley, ‘Redressing internally displaced Palestinians in Israel’, in R. Brynen and R. El-Rifai (eds.) Palestinian Refugee Compensation and the Peace Process: Issues and Perspectives, London: I.B. Tauris (forthcoming).
M. Bradley, J.M. Labatut and G. Morin-Labatut, ‘L’aide canadienne à la recherche pour le développement’, in F. Audet, M. Desrosiers and S. Roussel (eds.) L’aide canadienne au développement, Montreal: University of Montreal Press (2008), pp. 81-109.
Non-refereed chapters in books
M. Bradley, ‘Truth-telling and displacement: Patterns and prospects’, in R. Duthie (ed.) Forced Migration and Transitional Justice, New York: SSRC (forthcoming.)
M. Bradley, ‘The Conditions of Just Return: State Responsibility and Restitution for Refugees’, in A. Bolesta (ed.) Refugee Crises and International Response: Towards Permanent Solutions?, Warsaw: Libra (2005).
Papers in refereed journals
M. Bradley, ‘State obligations towards “environmental refugees,”’ International Journal of Political Theory (forthcoming).
M. Bradley, ‘Unlocking protracted displacement: Central America’s “success story” reconsidered’, Refugee Survey Quarterly 30(4) (2011).
R. Cohen and M. Bradley, ‘Disasters and displacement: Gaps in protection’, Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies 1(1) (2010).
M. Bradley, ‘Return in dignity: A neglected refugee protection challenge’, Canadian Journal of Development Studies 28(3) (2009), pp. 371-382.
M. Bradley, ‘Obstacles to realising Guiding Principle 29 in Afghanistan’, Forced Migration Review (Special Edition) (2009), pp. 24-25.
M. Bradley, ‘On the agenda: North-South research partnerships and agenda-setting processes’, Development in Practice 18(6) (2008), pp. 673-685.
M. Bradley, ‘Back to basics: The conditions of just refugee returns’, Journal of Refugee Studies 21(3) (2008), pp. 285-304.
M. Bradley, ‘Redress and refugees: Reflections on some recent literature’, Journal of Refugee Studies 20(4) (2007), pp. 662-668.
M. Bradley, ‘Refugee research agendas: The influence of donors and North-South partnerships’, Refugee Survey Quarterly 26(3) (2007), pp. 119-135.
Other refereed publications
M. Bradley, ‘Reparations’, in G. Kurian, et al. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Political Science, Washington, D.C.: CQ Press (Sage Publications) (2011).
M. Bradley, Reparations, Reconciliation and Forced Migration: A Research Guide, Oxford: University of Oxford Refugee Studies Centre-Forced Migration On-Line (2006).
M. Bradley, Return of Forced Migrants: A Research Guide, Oxford: University of Oxford Refugee Studies Centre-Forced Migration On-Line (2006).
M. Bradley, ‘Review of Land, Memory, Reconstruction and Justice: Perspectives on Land Claims in South Africa, by Anna Bohlin, Cherryl Walker, Ruth Hall and Thembele Kepe and Overcoming Historical Injustices: Land Reconciliation in South Africa, by James Gibson’, International Journal of Transitional Justice 5 (2011).
M. Bradley, ‘Review of Skeletons in the Closet: Transitional Justice in Post-Communist Europe, by Monika Napela’, Political Studies Review 9(2) (2011).
M. Bradley, ‘Review of After Genocide: Transitional Justice, Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Reconciliation in Rwanda and Beyond, edited by Phil Clark and Zachary Kaufman, Political Studies Review 9(2) (2011).
M. Bradley, ‘Review of The Future for Palestinian Refugees: Toward Equity and Peace, by Michael Dumper’, Journal of Refugee Studies 21(2) (2008).
M. Bradley, ‘Review of Conflict and the Refugee Experience: Flight, Exile and Repatriation in the Horn of Africa, by Assefaw Bariagaber’, Political Studies Review 6(3) (2008).
M. Bradley, ‘Review of Palestinian Refugee Repatriation: Global Perspectives, edited by Michael Dumper’, Journal of Refugee Studies 20(1) (2007).
Invited presentations (selected)
‘Liberal democracies’ divergent interpretations of the right of return: Implications for free movement’, Workshop on Free Movement and Discrimination, York University, November 2011
‘Resolving trade and investment-induced displacement in Latin America: Rethinking durable solutions’, Workshop on “Trade and Investment-Induced Population Displacement in Latin America, York University, October 2011
‘Unlocking protracted displacement: Central America’s “success story” reconsidered’, Workshop on unlocking protracted displacement, convened by the University of Oxford Refugee Studies Centre, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, Norwegian Refugee Council and the Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre, Geneva, June 2011
‘Rethinking refugeehood: Statelessness, repatriation and the contributions of Hannah Arendt’, International Studies Association Annual Conference, Montreal, March 2011 and International Association for the Study of Forced Migration (IASFM) Conference, Makarere University, Kampala, July 2011
‘The right of return: A typology of claims’, International Studies Association Annual Conference, Montreal, March 2011
‘Interpreting the right of return’, Canadian Association for Refugee and Forced Migration Studies Conference, McMaster University, Hamilton, May 2010
‘Truth-telling and displacement: Patterns and prospects’, International Association for the Study of Forced Migration (IASFM) Conference, Makarere University, Kampala, July 2011, and Canadian Association for the Study of Forced Migration Conference, McGill University, Montreal, May 2011
‘State obligations towards “environmental refugees”’, Migration and Justice Workshop, University of Ottawa, March 2011
‘The international protection of environmental migrants: Challenges, shortcomings and ways forward’, European Science Foundation (ESF) Conference on Environmental Change and Migration, Bad Salzuflen, Germany, December 2010
‘Resolving internal displacement in Israel’, Canadian Association for Refugee and Forced Migration Studies Conference, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, June 2009
‘Redressing refugees: The emergence of international norms on reparations for refugees’, International Studies Association Conference, New York, February 2009
‘Repatriation and land conflict in Afghanistan: Challenges and opportunities’, Presentation for Montreal Research Group on Ethnic Conflict, McGill University, Montreal, December 2008
‘Refugee returns, property rights and post-conflict justice: Recent developments’, Presentation for Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), May 2008
‘Redressing Refugees: Repatriation and Post-conflict Justice’, Presentation for Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Response Group, Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada (DFAIT), March 2008
‘Migration, redress and democratic development in North and South’, Immigration, Minorities, Multiculturalism and Democracy Conference, Montreal, October 2007
‘On the agenda: North-South research partnerships and agenda-setting challenges’, Canadian Association for the Study of International Development Conference, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, June 2007
‘North-South Research Partnerships: Challenges, Responses and Trends’, International Development Research Centre, Ottawa, April 2007
‘Reparations and the return of the Palestinian refugees in ‘safety and dignity’, International Conference on the Palestinian Refugees: Conditions and Recent Developments, Al-Quds University, Jerusalem, November 2006
‘Return in dignity: A neglected protection challenge’, International Conference on Refugees and International Law: The Challenge of Protection, University of Oxford, December 2006
‘From divided cities to diverse cities: Legal and cultural approaches to reparations for refugees’, Canadian Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, York University, Toronto, June 2006 (Nathalie Des Rosiers Award panel)
‘The conditions of just return: State responsibility and restitution for refugees’, Forced Migration and Refugee Studies Guest Seminar Program, American University in Cairo, November 2004