Tag: Patriarchal Ethnonationalist Authoritarianism

“Would You Come With Me to the Line?”: Lawfare and Legal Accompaniment at the US-Mexico Border

randiirwin , September 16th, 2020


Between July 2015 and July 2018, when I did ethnographic fieldwork on the politics of care, hospitality…


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Waiting for LGBTQI+ Asylum Seekers in Germany: A Form of State Control and Resistance

randiirwin , September 16th, 2020


Since 2016, the European Union has made efforts to streamline and simplify the administrative procedure for international refugee protection…


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Restricting and Shaping Women’s International Migrations from Indonesia

randiirwin , September 16th, 2020


ases of abuse and violence against Indonesian migrant domestic workers abroad regularly make headlines nationally and internationally…


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Business as Usual in the DR Congo: Patriarchy, Authoritarianism, and Global Complicity

randiirwin , September 16th, 2020


“In much of Africa, ‘wife’ is a four-letter word,” writes Oyèrónkẹ́ Oyèwùmí (2000: 1096, emphasis in original). “[Instead] Mother…


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Editorial Introduction: Migration, Mobility, and Displacement

randiirwin , September 16th, 2020


On the Gender and the Sexual Politics of Contemporary Patriarchal Ethnonationalist Authoritarianism by María Lis Baiocchi – On March 23rd, 2019, the state of Texas banned…


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