אירוע // כנס: הגירה ואינטימיות [תל אביב] 16-18.6.19

כתובת ההודעה: https://www.hum-il.com/message/9060607/

Globordered Intimacies: Immigration and Gendered Labor, Family and Personal Relationships

International Conference

Sunday, June 16, The Genia Schreiber University Art Gallery
17:00 Gallery Tour – Exhibition: Defense-Lines
18:00 Greetings: Prof. Daphna Hacker, Tel Aviv University
18:15 Keynote: Prof. Rhacel Salazar Parrenas, University of Southern California
The Emotional Toolkits of Migrant Domestic Workers
19:15 Welcome Reception

Monday, June 17, The Buchmann Faculty of Law, Sonia and Eduard Kossoy Conference Room (307)
8:30 Gathering and Coffee
9:00-10:30 Standing Together Against Exploitation: Migrant Worker Solidarity as An
Anti-Trafficking Tool (TraffLab ERC Panel)
Chair: Dr. Yuval Livnat, Tel Aviv University
Dr. Inga K. Thiemann, University of Exeter, UK – Fragmented Sisterhood: Have The Debates Around Sex Work And Trafficking Hindered Sex Worker Solidarity
Dr. Helen Schwenken, University of Osnabrueck, Germany – Emotional Solidarity as a Power Resource of Domestic Worker Organizing
Dr. Manoj Dias-Abey, University of Bristol, UK – Contemporary Labour Movements, Solidarity, and the Law
Commentator: Dr. Hila Shamir, Tel Aviv University

10:45-12:30 Mobile Intermediaries
Chair: Yahel Kurlander, Tel-Hai College
Dr. Francesco Cerchiaro, KU Leuven, Belgium – What is Love About? Migration, Emotions and Gender Constructions in Christian-Muslim Couples in Italy, France and Belgium
Matan Kaminer, Ruppin Academic Center – The Tailandi’s Jealous Wife: Kinship Ties and the Disciplining of Thai Migrant Labor in Israel
Prof. Helma Lutz, Goethe University, Germany – Betwixt and Between: Motherhood Performance of Transnational Migrant Workers between Public Shaming, Care Responsibility and Maintenance Obligation
Dr. Nily Gorin, Tel Aviv University – Intimate Transgressions: Chinese Migrant Women Negotiating Intimacy and Power at Home and Abroad
Commentator: Dr. Einat Albin, Hebrew University

12:30-13:15 Lunch

13:15-14:15 Master Class with Dr. Vanessa May, Manchester University, UK – Migration and Belonging: a Relational Approach
In this masterclass we will discuss the following text: LINK
Chair: Dr. Kinneret Lahad, Tel Aviv University

14:30-15:30 Relocating Children/ Relocating Power
Chair: Prof. Gadi Algazi, Tel Aviv University
Prof. Joanna Dreby, University at Albany – Growing Up Too Fast: Daughters’ Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships under the Current Immigration Regime
Noa Levy, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev – Migrating Children and Youth Replacing Parenthood with Mentorship at the Zimbabwean – South African Borderland
Commentator: Prof. Adriana Kemp, Tel Aviv University

15:45-17:30 Intermediating Spaces and Actors
Chair and Commentator: Prof. Ofra Goldstein Gidoni, Tel Aviv University
Sirpa Wrede, University of Helsinki – Care Managers as Cultural Brokers of Neoliberal Flexibility in Public Eldercare in Finland
Youness Benmouro, Mohamed V University, Rabat. Morocco – Trans-border Experience and Immigration Spaces: Transnational Migratory of Sub-Saharan Africans and Public Spaces Uses in Morocco. The case of Rabat
Noemi Katona, Hungarian Academy of Sciences – Rivalry and Solidarity in Street-Based Prostitution: The Case of Hungarian Women in Kurfürstenstraße, Berlin
Tamar Hager, Tel-Hai College – Political Trans-Border Solidarity: The Alliance Between Emigrant and Nonemigrant Israeli Academics in Academia for Equality

19:00 Dinner

Tuesday, June 18, The Buchmann Faculty of Law, Sonia and Eduard Kossoy Conference Room (307)
9:00 Gathering and Coffee
9:30-10:30 Privileged Trouble
Chair: Dr. Anastasia Gorodzeisky, Tel Aviv University
Prof. Anita Harris, Deakin University, Australia – Youth Mobility and the Spatio-Temporality of Intimacies: Changing Relational Rhythms in Young People’s Migration and Life Courses
Liat Sheffer, Ben Gurion University – Between Two Homes: Marital and Family Relationships among Israelis in Commuter Partnership
Commentator: Dr. Julia Lerner, Ben Gurion University

10:30-12:00 Masculinities on the Move
Chair: Prof. Milette Shamir, Tel Aviv University
Dr. Gina Marie Longo, University of Wisconsin-Madison – Social Problems and National Security Risks: How Race Shapes the Policing of Immigrant Men of Color in U.S. Spousal Reunification Cases
Prof. Dr. Urmila Goel, Humboldt-University zu Berlin – The Consequences of a Denied Work Permit on Husbands Joining Their Working Wifes in Germany
Dr. Paul Scheibelhofer, University of Innsbruck – Gender and Intimate Solidarity in Refugee-Sponsorships of Unaccompanied Young Men in Austria
Commentator: Prof. Zvi Triger, The College of Management Academic Studies

12:00-12:45 Lunch

12:45-14:15 Fictionalizing Relations in Migration
Chair: Dr. Dana Olmert, Tel Aviv University
Primrose R Mawire, Midlands State University, Zimbabwe – Transnational Childhood Representations in the Immigration Social Context: A case of We Need New Names by NoViolet Bulawayo
Dr. Sadia Agsous, CESSP – The Articulation of the Intimacy of Immigrant Women in France in Cinema and Literature
Baijayanti Chatterjee, Jaipuria College, Calcutta University – A Country Divided: Immigration, Family and Relationships in post-Partition India
Commentator: Dr. Smadar Shiffman, Tel Aviv University

14:30-15:30 Globordered LGBT
Chair and Commentator: Prof. Eran Dorfman, Tel Aviv University
Prof. Aeyal Gross, Tel Aviv University – "Thinking is in the Grey Area": Family, Labor, Gender and Immigration of the Paper Dolls
Yiu-tung Suen, Chinese University of Hong Kong – Sexual Minority Migrants as Agent of Change

16:00-17:30 Legalizing Cross-Border Familial Relations
Chair: Prof. Ayelet Blecher-Prigat, Sha'arei Mishpat Academic Center
Justice Dr. Nancy Baraza, The Supreme Court of Kenya and University of Nairobi – Globalisation, Non Marital Families and the Law: Kenya’s Dilemma
Prof. Rhona Schuz, Sha'arei Mishpat Academic Center – Implications of the Law Relating to International Child Abduction and Relocation of Children for Migration Decisions: Gendered Perspectives
Prof. Yasmine Ergas, Columbia University – Beyond Agreement: the “Return” of Sovereignty and the International Regulation of Everyday Life. The Case of Reproductive Surrogacy
Commentator: Prof. Daphna Hacker, Tel Aviv University

17:30-18:30 Concluding Remarks Roundtable

LINK

מפרסם ההודעה
אילת אבריאל cegla@tauex.tau.ac.il
כתובת מלאה
אוניברסיטת תל אביב, בנין טרובוביץ, חדר 307
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