Convenors: Lana Askari (University of Manchester), Paloma Yáñez Serrano (University of Manchester), Jose Luis Fajardo-Escoffie (University of Sheffield)
Short abstract: This panel seeks to explore workers’ resistance by discussing how audio-visual methods and representations seek to communicate their precarious experiences and protests. We welcome current and past reflections on worker’s rights and resistances, encouraging feminist and political ecological approaches.
“This Is Evidence”: Using Photovoice to Understand Masculinity and Temporary Agricultural Work Among Undocumented South Asian Male Migrants in Greece
Author: Reena Kukreja (Queen’s University)
Indonesian Women Migrant Domestic Workers in Hong Kong: an Ethnofiction
Author: Alberto Gerosa (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Mediated Struggle: UC Santa Cruz Graduate Student Strike
Author: Yulia Gilich (UC Santa Cruz)
#PrecarityStory: Embodying the Academic Precariat
Authors: Isabel Seguí (University of Edinburgh), Lorena Cervera (UCL)
Find the papers’ abstracts here.
A live discussion with the contributors will take place on Zoom 19-28 March. Please check the full schedule of live events and links to join here.