A Branigin Lecture with Cynthia Enloe
Cleaning someone else’s home is intimate paid work, but in today’s world it is often highly globalized labor. Cynthia Enloe will describe how millions of migrant women who do domestic housework have created worker rights organizations, dramatically altering the political and gendered landscape. This world of domestic workers becomes a lens to larger geopolitical realities and inequalities.
Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Global Change and the Department of Gender Studies.
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