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Bonifacio, Glenda Tibe

Feminism and Migration

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Glenda Tibe Bonifacio

2.
Intersectional-Gender and the Locationality of Women “in Transit”
MariaCaterina Barbera

3. Synergies Between Feminist Thought and Migration Studies in Mexico (1975–2010)
Gail Mummert

4. Fragmented Migrant (Her)Stories: Multi-sited Ethnography and Feminist Migration Research
Luna Vives

5. Japanese Single Mothers in Australia: Negotiation with Patriarchal Ideology and Stigma in the Homeland
Jun Nagatomo

6. Migrant Women in Belgium: Identity Versus Feminism
Nouria Ouali

7. Transgression into ‘Hidden’ Feminism: Immigrant Muslim Woman from India
Shweta Singh

8. Encountering Differences: Iranian Immigrant Women in Australia
Maryam Jamarani

9. Transnational Experiences of Eastern European Women and Feminist Practices After 1989
Cezara Crisan

10. Transnational Working-Class Women’s Activism in New York’s Confederated Hispanic Societies (1939–1977)
Montse Feu

11. (Im)migrant Women’s Work in France and Brazil: Towards Social Recognition and Social Justice
Maria Inacia D’Ávila Neto, Annick Durand-Delvigne, Juliana Nazareth

12. Building Alliances: Greek and Migrant Women in the Anti-racist Movement in Athens
Alexandra Zavos

13. Feminist Desires, Multi-culturalist Dilemmas: Migrant Women’s Self-organizing in Milan
Laura Menin

14. ‘Sister Agnes was to go to Ghana in Africa!’ Catholic Nuns and Migration
Katharina Stornig

15. Exploring the Activism of Immigrant Muslim Women in Chicago: Continued Frontiers of Engagement
Jackleen M. Salem

Keywords: Social Sciences, Migration, Gender Studies, Sociology, general

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2012
Language
en
Edition
2012
Series
International Perspectives on Migration
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9789400728318

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