By Glenda Tibe Bonifacio Ph.D. (auth.), Glenda Tibe Bonifacio (eds.)
Feminism and Migration: Cross-Cultural Engagements is a wealthy, unique, and numerous assortment at the intersections of feminism and migration in western and non-western contexts. This e-book explores the query: does migration empower ladies? via wide-ranging issues on theorizing feminism in migration, contesting identities and enterprise, resistance and social justice, and faith for swap, famous and rising students offer in-depth research of ways social, cultural, political, and monetary forces form new modalities and views between ladies upon migration. It highlights the centrality of a few of the meanings and interpretations of feminism(s) within the lives of immigrant and migrant girls in Australia, Belgium, Brazil, japanese Europe, France, Greece, Japan, Italy, Mexico, Morocco, Papua New Guinea, Spain, and the USA. The well-researched chapters discover the ways that feminism and migration throughout cultures relate to women’s reviews in host societies --- as girls, other halves, moms, exiles, nuns, and workers---and the avenues of interactions for switch. Cross-cultural engagements element to the convergence or even disjunctures among (im)migrant and non-immigrant girls that stay unrecognized in modern mainstream discourses on migration and feminism.