Associate Professor (on Sabbatical)
|Degrees:||DPhil (Oxford), MA and BA Hons (University of Toronto)|
Dr. Hari is on a 1-year sabbatical ending in July 2020.
global migrations, transnationalisms, diasporic formations and citizenship. I examine migrants’ reconfigurations of gender roles in productive and reproductive labour in a post-migratory context, My current research interests lie in examining how gender and race are reproduced through migration policies in a neoliberal global world and the resulting transnational processes that temporary migrants, refugees and asylum seekers engage in and also their intersectional identities and acts of resistance.