“The free flow of labor across national borders has been one of the defining facets of globalization. In recent years, concerns over the effects of increased migration on domestic workforces have led political leaders to consider tightening borders, dramatically altering patterns of human movement. In Asia, this could reverse the brain drain….”
Thank you to the Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies department and the South Asia Center at UW for hosting me. I presented on High-Tech Housewives and my new research on South Asian immigration activism. It was a packed house!
Today, I was featured on NPR’s The Academic Minute as part of Timely Topics Week. In this segment, I discuss family separations in the Trump era. See Family separations (Academic Minute), and additional coverage (Inside Higher Ed).