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SCHEDULE.

THURSDAY, JUNE 20

8:30-8:50

Welcome Reception

 

 

​9:00-10:30

Session 1 

  • An Appraisal of the Migration Industry in Migration Governance

  • Mobility Strategies, Transnational Migration and Labour's Power

  • Gendered and Racialized Bodies on the Move: South Korea's Experience with Transnational Labor Migration

  • Regulating Race, Work, and Migration in the U.S. Empire

10:45-12:15

Session 2 

  • Radical Migrations: People and Ideas on the Move

  • Identity Formation and Circuits of Mobility in the Age of Post-Slavery Indenture

  • Global Migration Governance and Migrant Workers' Rights: Antecedents, Constraints, and Implications

  • Managing Mobility: Labor Migration and the Military in Africa, the Philippines, and the Caribbean

13:30-15:00

Session 3 (PLENARY)

  • Global Governance and Regulation

​15:15-16:45

Session 4

  • Global Migration and Labor Solidarity

  • Regulating Labour Migration: Crossing Experiences in the French and British Empires, 1830s-1940s

  • At the Nexus of Asylum and Labor Market Policies

  • Chance or Choice? The Serendipities on Labour Migration

​17:00-18:30

Session 5 (KEYNOTE ADDRESSES)

  • Global Labor Migration: Past and Present

FRIDAY, JUNE 21

​9:00-10:30

Session 4

  • Inter-territorial Migrations and Mobilities in the Wider Caribbean and the North Atlantic

  • Global Migration and State Regulation

  • Rebuilding Working-Class Solidarity: The Power of Migrant Labor in Chinese Societies 

  • Colonial Labor and Race/Ethnic Conflict

​10:45-13:15

Session 5

  • (Dis)Empowerment, Gender and Entrepreneurship: A Critical Perspective on Researching Immigrant Women

  • Work and Migration: The Legal Construction of Exploitation

  • Deportees and Refugees: Regimes of Power, Inequalities and Resistance in Contemporary Latin American Transnational Migration

  • Colonial Labor II

13:30-15:00

Session 6

  • Regulatory Strategies for Ensuring Decent Work for Migrant Workers in the Asia-Pacific: The Value and Limitations of Sectoral Approaches

  • Gender, Migration and the Work of Care: Multi-Dimensional Perspectives

  • Interdisciplinary Approaches to Military Labor

  • Citizen Work: Gender and the Making of Migrant Social Rights

15:15-16:45

Session 7

  • Sex Work, Border Work, Migration, and Crime in the Modern Americas

  • Gender, Deskilling and Migrant and Refugee Skills

  • Labour Circulation and Precarity in the Long Term: Perspectives from India

  • The Limits of Protections for Migrant Workers Across Australia, Asia and the Pacific

17:00-18:30

Session 8 (PLENARY)

  • Global Labor Activism

SATURDAY, JUNE 22

​9:00-10:30

Session 9

  • Doing Family in Transnational Labor Migration? 

  • Regulatory Strategies for Ensuring Decent Work for Migrant Workers

  • The Care-Migration Nexus: A Global and Comparative Perspective

  • Framing and Impact of Migrant Labor

​10:45-12:15

Session 10

  • Low-Wage Migrant Workers' Access to Workplace Rights: A Remedy for Labour Abuse and Exploitation

  • Unraveling Cuba: Rethinking Race, Gender, Labor, Sexuality, and Cuban Migration Histories and Experience

  • Posted Workers in Europe

  • Transnational Placement Agencies for Migrant Care-Workers - Actors in a Global Market

12:30-13:30

Session 11 (PLENARY)

  • Global Labor Migration: Prospects for the Future