Featuring a keynote with Donna Gabaccia, Professor of History, University of Toronto–
Over the past two decades, scholars from various disciplines built up a body of scholarship about gender and migration. Shifting focus away from a universalizing male experience, this field established that gender dynamically structures migration and immigrant incorporation processes. This conference builds on this innovative shift in the scholarship by providing a forum for scholars at the forefront of gender and migration studies to engage with each other’s work.
The conference aims to bring together an interdisciplinary group of scholars, ranging from graduate students to senior scholars, engaged in cutting-edge research on gender and migration. By engaging with one another’s work, we plan to identify innovative theoretical, methodological, and analytical strategies that will advance scholarship in the field.
Laura E. Enriquez, Assistant Professor of Chicano/Latino Studies, UC Irvine
Cheryl Llewellyn, Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Katharine Donato, Professor of Sociology, Vanderbilt University
Support generously provided by:
University of California Irvine:
Center for Research on International Migration
School of Social Sciences
Department of Asian American Studies
Department of Chicano/Latino Studies
Department of Gender and Sexuality Studies
Department of History
American Sociological Association – FAD
College of Fine Arts, Humanities, and Social
Sciences, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Dept. of Sociology, U Mass Lowell
Gender Studies Program, U Mass Lowell
Conference is free and open to the public. Register on the conference website by February 22nd.
Conference site: http://sites.uci.edu/gendermigrationconference/
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