Transnational migrant families: navigating marriage, generation and gender in multiple spheres
Al-Sharmani, M. (2006). “Living Transnationally: Somali Diasporic Women in Cairo”. International Migration, 44 (1): 55–77.
Al-Sharmani, M. (2010). “Transnational family networks in the Somali diaspora in Egypt: women’s roles and differentiated experiences”. Gender, Place and Culture, 17 (4): 499–518.
Baldassar L. and Merla, L. (2014) (eds.). Transnational Families, Migration and the Circulation of Care: Understanding Mobility and Absence in Family Life. New York: Routledge.
Basch, L., Glick-Schiller, N. and Szanton-Blanc, C. (1994). Nations Unbound: Transnational Projects, Postcolonial Predicaments and Deterritorialized Nation-States. Langhorne, PA: Gordon and Breach.
Beck-Gernsheim, E. (2007). “Transnational Lives, Transnational Marriages: A Review of the Evidence from Migrant Communities in Europe”. Global Networks, 7 (3): 271–288.
Brah, A. (1996). Cartographies of Diaspora: Contesting Identities. London: Routledge.
Bryceson, D. and Vuorela, U. (2002) (eds.). The Transnational Family. New European Frontiers and Global Networks. Oxford: Berg.
Cohen, R. (1997). Global Diasporas: An Introduction. London: UCL Press.
Charsley, K. (2005). “Unhappy Husbands: Masculinity and Migration in Transnational Pakistani Marriages”. The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 11 (1): 85–105.
Charsley, K. (2007). “Risk, Trust, Gender and Transnational Cousin Marriage among British Pakistanis”. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 30 (6): 1117–1131.
Charsley, K. (2013). Transnational Marriage: New Perspectives from Europe and Beyond. New York and London: Routledge.
Charsley, K. and Liversage, A. (2013). “Transforming Polygamy: Migration, Transnationalism and Multiple Marriages among Muslim Minorities”. Global Networks, 13 (1): 60–78.
Eggebø, H. (2013). “A Real Marriage? Applying for Marriage Migration to Norway”. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 35 (9): 773–789.
Faist, T. (2000). “Transnationalization in International migration: Implications for the Study of Citizenship and Culture”. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 23 (2): 189‒222.
Gamburd, M. R. (2000). The Kitchen Spoon’s Handle: Transnationalism and Sri Lanka’s Migrant Housemaids. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press.
Goulbourne, H., Reynolds, T., Solomos, J. and Zontini, E. (2010). Transnational Families: Ethnicities, Identities and Social Capital. London: Routledge.
Guarnizo, L. E. and Smith, M. P. (1998). “The Locations of Transnationalism”. In: M. P. Smith and L. E. Guarnizo (eds.) Transnationalism from Below (pp. 3‒34). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers.
Hautaniemi, P. (2011). “Transnational Life Course, Human Development and Diverse Landscapes of Opportunities among Young Somali Men”. Nordic Journal of African Studies, 4: 11–27.
Hondagneu-Sotelo, P. and Avila, E. (1997). “’I’m Here but I’m There’: The Meanings of Latina Transnational Motherhood”. Gender & Society, 11 (5): 548–571.
Kleist, N. (2007). “A Heart made of Habhab but with Danish Manners: Negotiating Gender and Political Positioning in Transnational Fields”. Kvinder, Køn and Forskning, 2–3: 38–47.
Leinonen, J. and Pellander, S. (2014). “Court Decisions over Marriage Migration in Finland: a Problem with Transnational Family Ties.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 40 (9): 1488‒1506.
Levitt, P. and Waters, M. C. (2002) (eds.). The Changing Face of Home: The Transnational Lives of the Second Generation. New York: Russell Sage.
Parreñas, R. S. (2005). “Long distance intimacy: Class, Gender and Intergenerational relations between mothers and children in Filipino transnational families”. Global Networks, 5 (4): 317‒336.
Razack, S. H. (2004). “Imperilled Muslim Women, Dangerous Muslim Men and Civilized Europeans: Legal and Social Responses to Forced Marriages”. Feminist Legal Studies, 12: 129–174.
Reynolds, T. and Zontini, E. (2006). A Comparative Study of Care and Provision across Caribbean and Italian Transnational Families. Families & Social Capital ESRC Research Group. Working Paper Series No. 16, London South Bank University.
Ryan, L, Sales, R., Tilki, M. and Siara, B. (2009). “Family Strategies and Transnational Migration: Recent Polish Migrants in London”. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 35 (1): 61‒77.
Salih, R. (2003). Gender in Transnationalism: Home, Longing and Belonging among Moroccan Migrant Women. New York and London: Routledge.
Schmidt, G. (2011a). “Law and Identity: Transnational Arranged Marriages and the Boundaries of Danishness”. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 37 (2): 257–275.
Schmidt, G. (2011b). “Migration and Marriage: Examples of Border Artistry and Cultures of Migration?” Nordic Journal of Migration Research, 1 (2): 55–59.
Shaw, A. (2011). “Kinship, Cultural Preference and Immigration: Consanguineous Marriage among British Pakistanis”. The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 7 (2): 315–334.
Smith, R. C. (2000). “How Durable and New Is Transnational Life? Historical Retrieval through Local Comparison”. Diaspora, 9 (2): 203‒233.
Tiilikainen, M. (2011). “Failed Diaspora: Experiences of Dhaqan Celis and Mentally Ill Returnees in Somaliland”. Nordic Journal of African Studies, 20 (1): 71‒89.
Vertovec, S. (2009). Transnationalism. London: Routledge.
- There are currently no refbacks.
Copyright © 2003-2018 Migration Letters / Transnational Press London | All rights reserved | Contact Us
TRANSNATIONAL PRESS LONDON LTD. IS A COMPANY REGISTERED IN ENGLAND AND WALES No. 8771684.