This article follows from the workshop that Professor Mireille Paquet organized in Montreal in June 2018, to discuss my book, The New Politics of Immigration and the End of Settler Soci- eties (Cambridge, 2016; Dauvergne 2016). In relation to this event and the articles of this spe- cial issue, this paper embarks on revisiting The New Politics of Immigration, now more than three after it ﬁrst appeared in print. In this paper, I reﬂect on whether my arguments stand up to the test presented by the events of the past three years. Recent events lead me to nuance some of my original arguments, but on the whole even the most recent surprises ﬁt well into the New Politics framework that points to increasing salience, legalization and urgency in politicizing immigration.
Catherine Dauvergne, "Revisiting The New Politics of Immigration" ([forthcoming in 2020]) Int'l Migr.