Showing: Thursday 20 June 2019 (entire day)
Thu 20 June
    9.00 - 10.30
    10.45 - 12.15
    13.30 - 15.00
    15.15 - 16.45
    17.00 - 18.15

Fri 21 June
    09.00 - 10.30
    10.45 - 12.15
    13.30 - 15.00
    15.15 - 16.45
    17.00 - 18.15

Sat 22 June
    09.00 - 10.30
    10.45 - 12.15
    13.00 - 14.30

All days
Thursday 20 June 2019 9.00 - 10.30
A-1 GLM26 Regulating Race, Work, and Migration in the U.S. Empire
Chair: Naoko Shibusawa Organizer: Julie Greene
Discussant: Naoko Shibusawa
Eiichiro Azuma : Japanese Agricultural Labor Program: Guest Worker Importation, Cold War Cultural Diplomacy, and the Politics of Race among Japanese Americans
Moon-Ho Jung : Imagining a Red Pacific: Anticolonialism, Anticommunism, and the U.S. Empire
Mary Lui : Onieta of the Arks: Overlapping Labor Migrations of Asian Agricultural Workers and Female Sex Workers in Early 20th Century California

B-1 GLM11 Gendered and Racialized Bodies on the Move: South Korea's Experience with Transnational Labor Migration
Chair: Seung-kyung Kim Organizer: Seung-kyung Kim
Discussant: Jae Kyung Lee
Changhye Ahn, Na-Young Lee : The State Role in Creating Migrant Women’s Vulnerability: Interplay between Labor Migration and Prostitution Policies in South Korea
Yonson Ahn : The Managed Hearts of ‘Yellow Angels’: Korean Nurse Guest Workers in Germany
Seonok Lee : Making of a New “Underclass”: Racialized Foreign Migrant Workers in South Korea

C-1 GLM21 Mobility Strategies, Transnational Migration and Labour's Power
Chair: Devi Sacchetto Organizers: Gabriella Alberti, Devi Sacchetto
Discussant: Gabriella Alberti
Zinovijus Ciupijus, Chris Forde : 'Regulating Labour Mobility'? Exploring the Roles Played by Meso-level Mechanisms in Shaping Migrants' Access to Paid Employment on a Local Level
Olena Fedyuk, Tibor Meszmann : Ladders or Snakes? Job Quality Assessment of Temp Workers from Ukraine in Hungarian Electronics
Devi Sacchetto, Gabriella Alberti : Theorising Labour Mobility Power through the Lenses of Migration

D-1 GLM02 An Appraisal of the Migration Industry in Migration Governance
Chair: Evelyn Ersanilli Organizer: Liberty Chee
Discussant: Evelyn Ersanilli
Joseph Anderson : Outsourcing the State: Security Studies and the Migration Industry in the US and Malaysia
Liberty Chee : 'Supermaids': Hyper-resilient Subjects in Private Spaces of Insecurity

Thursday 20 June 2019 10.45 - 12.15
A-2 GLM19 Managing Mobility: Labor Migration and the Military in Africa, the Philippines, and the Caribbean
Chair: Julie Greene Organizer: Julie Greene
Discussant: Julie Greene
Justin Jackson : Military Mobilities in the Work of American Empire: The U.S. Army, Labor, and Migration after 1898
Michelle Moyd : Making Armies: Colonial Military Recruitment as Labor Migration in East Africa, 1870-1900

B-2 GLM23 Radical Migrations: People and Ideas on the Move
Chair: Scott Nelson Organizer: David Marquis
Discussant: Lara Vapnek
Reynolds Hahamovitch : The Storm of Revolution – Jewish Anarchists in New York City and the 1905 Russian Revolution
David Marquis : "They're all Union": Migrants, Radicalism, and Violence in the Southern Pines
Niall Whelehan : Irish Land Reform and Argentine Anarchism: John Creaghe and the Irish Diaspora in Late 19th Century Argentina

C-2 GLM13 Global Migration Governance and Migrant Workers' Rights: Antecedents, Constraints, and Implications
Chair: Nicola Piper Organizer: Charlie Fanning
Discussant: Neha Misra
Charlie Fanning : From the ILO to Intergovernentalism: the Ideological Roots of the Modern Global Migration Regime
Jill Jensen : ‘Labor Surplus’ Economies in the Developing World: The World Employment Program and Migration for Employment
Nelson Lichtenstein : NAFTA Politics and Mexican Migration to the U.S. in the 1990s

D-2 GLM14 Identity Formation and Circuits of Mobility in the Age of Post-Slavery Indenture
Chair: Cristiana Bastos Organizer: Nicholas Miller
Discussant: Virginia Dominguez
Cristiana Bastos : Latitudes of Indenture: Portuguese Islanders in Post-Abolition Guiana Plantations and in Hawai'i
Nicholas Miller : Circuits of Labour Ideologies: Go-betweens and the Suriname-Hawai'i-Tahiti Nexus of Indenture, 1865-1869
Marcelo Moura Mello : Madeiran Indentured Labour, Emancipation and Plantation Life in 19th Century British Guiana

Thursday 20 June 2019 13.30 - 15.00
A-3 PLE00 Plenary: Global Governance and Regulation
Chair: Ratna Saptari Organizers: -
Discussants: Eileen Boris, Judy Fudge, Michelle Leighton

Thursday 20 June 2019 15.15 - 16.45
A-4 GLM20 Global Migration and Labor Solidarity
Chair: Matt Garcia Organizer: Leon Fink
Discussant: Matt Garcia
Sonia Hernandez : Legacies of Mexican Migration and Transnational Labor Activism
Mae Ngai : Chinese Gold Miners and Labor Solidarity 1850-1910
Mahua Sarkar : Between 'Home' and 'Abroad': the Precarious Mobilities of Transnational Contract Work

B-4 GLM25 Regulating Labour Migration: Crossing Experiences in the French and British Empires, 1830s-1940s
Chair: Nelson Lichtenstein Organizers: David Leconte, Sara Legrandjacques, Louise Moschetta
Discussant: Cindy Hahamovitch
David Leconte : The First Regulations of the Indentured Migrations in the Indian Ocean: Tensions within and between the British and French Empires
Sara Legrandjacques : Pre-labour Migrations? Regulating Student Mobility from India and Indochina (1850s-1930s)
Louise Moschetta : Im(mobile) Migrants: Regulating Indenture in British and French Guiana in the Second half of the Nineteenth Century

C-4 GLM03 At the Nexus of Asylum and Labor Market Policies
Chair: Leo Lucassen Organizer: Ruth Wasem
Discussant: Heidi Gottfried
Yael Schacher : Not Natural or Automatic: Work Authorization for Asylum seekers in the United States in the 1970s and 1980s
Marlou Schrover : Refugee migration and labour market participation from a historical perspective: the Netherlands 1900-now
Ruth Wasem : The Struggle for Fairness

D-4 GLM04 Chance or Choice? The Serendipities of Labour Migration
Chair: Elzbieta Gozdziak Organizer: Ida Tolgensbakk
Discussant: Bridget Anderson
Elzbieta Gozdziak : "It was such a coincidence": the Role of Serendipity and Agency in Labour Migration
Marie Louise Seeberg : Life is what Happens while you are Planning other Things
Ida Tolgensbakk : "I was just going to be here a Couple of Months": on Decision-making among Scandinavian Seasonal Workers

Thursday 20 June 2019 17.00 - 18.15
A-5 PLE01 Keynotes: Global Labour Migration Past and Present
Chairs: - Organizers: -
Discussant: Leo Lucassen
Bridget Anderson : About Time Too: Mobility and Temporality in Precarious Labour Markets
Donna Gabaccia : Migrant Labor from Above and Below: Historical Perspectives

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