Gender and Migration
Various migration studies demonstrate that motivations as well as routes of migrants are gender specific, their integration into host societies is shaped by varying mechanisms and their socially constructed gender identities undergo significant changes as a reaction to migration experiences.
Contributions should focus on the gendered character of migration taking into account intesections with other categories of difference such as ethnicity, class or age and nationality.
Alice Szczepanikova, theme editor. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Crossing Borders and Shifting Boundaries of Belonging in Post-Wall Europe. A Gender Lens
8. 1. 08 | Mirjana Morokvasic
Bosnian refugee women in (re)settlement: gender relations and social mobility
16. 11. 07 | Barbara Franz
The Lady and the Maid: Racialised Gender Relations in Greek-Cypriot Households
16. 11. 07 | Ramona Lenz
Consent Dilemmas - Contextualising the Trafficking of African, Asian and Eastern European Women for Prostitution
11. 10. 06 | Victor Nnamdi Opara
Gender Dimension of the New Bulgaria's Migration - Comments on Empirical Data
12. 4. 06 | Rossitsa Rangelova
Shuttle Female Migration in an Enlarged Europe
12. 4. 06 | Germana D’Ottavio
‘Fake’ Marriages as a Threat for the Nation – Migrant Sex Workers in Cyprus
21. 10. 05 | Ramona Lenz
Gendered experiences in migration from Russia to Hungary in the 1990s
21. 10. 05 | Angelina Zueva
Research Reports and Studies
Recent Polish Migrants in London: Social networks, transience and settlement
8. 1. 08 | Louise Ryan, Rosemary Sales, Mary Tilki, Bernadetta Siara