Women on the Move is a transdisciplinary book series that focuses on unveiling the presence and multiplicity of experiences of women in migration processes. The series bridges the gap between historical and contemporary approaches, its objective being to publish books on women’s migration from a wide variety of perspectives, time frames and geographical outlooks, with a combination of quantitative and qualitative approaches. The books published in the series seek to deconstruct the sexist stereotypes that have marked the history of migration by revealing both women migrants’ agency and resources, as well as their vulnerabilities and the challenges faced in past and present experiences of migration. The interplay between gender and migration at the core of the series invites authors to develop multifactorial perspectives of women’s migration and to disclose how gender shapes migration and how migration shapes gender.
For more information on the international research network linked to the series, visit WEMov.
Emma Bond, University of St Andrews, UK
Gabor Egry, Institute of Political History, Hungary
Heike Drotbohm, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany
Carol Farbotko, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Australia
Eric Fong, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Stephanie Hemelryk Donald, Monash University Malaysia
Cecilia Menjivar, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Elaine Moriarty, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Irudaya Rajan, Centre for Development Studies, India
Uzma Rashid, United Nations mandated University for Peace, Costa Rica
Victoria Souliman, University of New England, Australia
Inga K. Thiemann, University of Exeter, UK
Umut Erel, The Open University. UK
Stellamarina Donato, LUMSA, Rome University, Italy