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Migrant women in china

Nana Zhang | 01 December 2014 | No Lead Discipline | Book

Since the market oriented reforms of 1979, china has undergone rapid industrialisation and urbanization. Accompanying these dramatic social and economic transformations is one of the world’s largest internal migrations, with an estimated 250 million ...

Interview to allegra: laboratory of legal anthropology

Dimitrios Dalakoglou | 13 November 2014 | Social Anthropology | Other publication/report

Worried by the current crisis affecting the eurozone and many other parts of the world, we also sometimes feel disempowered by our lack of deeper understanding of the mechanisms that have triggered such devastating developments. Some time back, alleg ...

Lesbian and bisexual lives in soviet and post-soviet russia

Francesca Stella | 17 October 2014 | Sociology | Book

Single-authored monograph based on ethnographic and oral history research on the lived experiences of non-heterosexual women in soviet and post-soviet russia. Book proposal submitted over esrc fellowship, book contracted sept 2012. Full manuscript to ...

Immigration and the making of modern britain

Laurence Brown | 31 July 2014 | Book

Book provides a new vision of how britain was remade by immigration, and how the experiences and identities of migrants were transformed by broader changes in british society and culture. Over seven chapters covering a number of case studies ranging ...

The empire strikes back: 30 years on

Claire Alexander | 01 July 2014 | Journal article

Contribution to ethnic and racial studies inaugural review edition on 'the empire strikes back' exploring issues of race, inequality and youth.

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