Nathan Bell is lecturer at Monash University, where he teaches in the School of Historical, Philosophical and International Studies (SOPHIS). He has published several articles on the politics of asylum and his research focus is a combination of political theory and continental philosophy.
Chapter One - A New Guarantee
Chapter Two - Limitations of the ‘Right to Have Rights’: The Case of Denmark
Chapter Three - Political Justice: Levinas contra Aristotle, or the Problem with the Kindertransport
Chapter Four - France Alone? Testing the Limits of Asylum
Coda - Politics of Hauntology: Of Missing Persons