Women, Migration, and Citizenship: Making Local, National, and Transnational Connections
This collection is about women crossing, contesting and reconfiguring various boundaries. It sheds light on why and how migrant women are navigating political, social, economic and psychological spaces and negotiating global, regional, national and local dimensions of belonging, in contexts of both opportunity and constraint.
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Developing a Feminist Analysis of Citizenship of Caribbean Immigrant
Locating Gendered Subjects in Vocabularies of Citizenship
Why do Skilled Women and Men Emigrating from China to Canada
The Case of Foreign Workers
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