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- Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies
- University of Nebraska Press
- The "Hidden Side" of the New Economy: On Transnational Migration, Domestic Work, and Unprecedented Intimacy Volume 28, Number 3, 2007, pp. 60-83
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This issue contains 10 articles in total
- "Rituals of Survival": A Critical Reassessment of the Fiction of Nicholasa Mohr
- Dreaming in Color: Race and the Spectacular in The Agüero Sisters and Praisesong for the Widow
- Geographies of Mourning
- Migration and Increased Participation in Public Life: The Case of Pakistani Women in London
- Awakening to Freedom. . . Returning Home
- The "Hidden Side" of the New Economy: On Transnational Migration, Domestic Work, and Unprecedented Intimacy
- Military Bases, "Royalty Trips," and Imperial Modernities: Gendered and Racialized Labor in the Postcolonial Philippines
- Adolescent Migration to Cancún: Reconfiguring Maya Households and Gender Relations in Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula
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