345 Migrating out of the home and into the gendered and racialized globalized market of household labor

Thursday, August 2, 2012: 2:30 PM-4:00 PM
OB 307 (Faculty of Economics)

RC31 Sociology of Migration (host committee)

Language: English
Session Organizers:
Shobha Hamal GURUNG, Utah State University, USA and Mary ROMERO, Arizona State University, USA
Mary ROMERO, Arizona State University, USA
Young, foreign, female: The gendered and nationalized nature of household labour in the au pair institution (Oral Presentation)
Caterina ROHDE, Bielefeld Graduate School in History and Sociology, Germany

Recognizing dispossession: Mobilization among Nicaraguan migrant domestic workers in Costa Rica (Oral Presentation)
Laura NUSSBAUM-BARBERENA, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA

The resurgence of paid domestic workers at the intersection of gender, class and racialized inequality (Oral Presentation)
Pilar GONALONS PONS, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

The reproductive labour of care: A case study of migrant women working in Italy (Oral Presentation)
Laura STEFANELLI, Université de Montréal, Canada, Canada

The exceptional migrants?: The regularization of migrant domestic workers in Turkey (Oral Presentation)
Ayse AKALIN, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

From migration to citizenship: Transnational workers, families, and children (Distributed Paper)
Shobha Hamal GURUNG, Southern Utah University, USA

“Carers' transnational links: The ambivalence of immigrant remittances” (Distributed Paper)
Annalisa ORNAGHI, University of Milan-Bicocca , Italy; Mara TOGNETTI BORDOGNA, University of Milan-Bicocca , Italy