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Thursday 20 June 2019 9.00 - 10.30
A-1 GLM26 Regulating Race, Work, and Migration in the U.S. Empire
Netlau
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
Scheltema
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
Posthumus
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
Nikolaevsky
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


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