Publications of Megha Amrith

Journal Article (11)

2022
Journal Article
Amrith, M.: The temporal borders of transnational belonging: Aging migrant domestic workers in Singapore. American Behavioral Scientist 66 (14), pp. 1912 - 1927 (2022)
Journal Article
Amrith, M.: Fleeting joy, divergent expectations and reconfigured intimacies: The visits home of Filipino migrant care workers in Singapore. Global Networks, pp. 1 - 15 (2022)
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Amrith, M.; Coe, C.: Disposable kin: Shifting registers of belonging in global care economies. American Anthropologist 124 (2), pp. 307 - 318 (2022)
Journal Article
Sakti, V. K.; Amrith, M.: Introduction: Living in the ‘here and now’: Extended temporalities of forced migration. Journal of Intercultural Studies 43 (4), pp. 457 - 463 (2022)
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Sampaio, D.; Amrith, M.: Editorial introduction: Southern reconfigurations of the ageing-migration nexus. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies: Special issue: Southern reconfigurations of the ageing-migration nexus (2022)
Journal Article
Walton-Roberts, M.; Amrith, M.; Sæther, B.: [Review of:] Doctoral thesis review - Anmeldelse av doktoravhandling. Aslaug Gotehus. 2022. Agency and Temporality in Skilled Migration: Decisions, Experiences and Practices of Filipino Nurses in Norway and the Philippines. Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift - Norwegian Journal of Geography 76 (3), pp. 192 - 195 (2022)
2021
Journal Article
Amrith, M.: The linear imagination, stalled: changing temporal horizons in migrant journeys. Global Networks: A Journal of Transnational Affairs 21 (1), pp. 127 - 145 (2021)
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Amrith, M.: Ageing bodies, precarious futures: The (im)mobilities of ‘temporary’ migrant domestic workers over time. Mobilities 16 (2), pp. 249 - 261 (2021)
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McKearney, P.; Amrith, M.: Care. Cambridge Encyclopedia of Anthropology. CEA (2021)
2020
Journal Article
Amrith, M.: The substance of care: Ethical dilemmas in migrant medical labour. Ethnos 85 (2), pp. 241 - 257 (2020)
2018
Journal Article
Amrith, M.: Tentative friendships among low-income migrants in São Paulo’s commercial districts. Urban Studies 55 (3), pp. 522 - 537 (2018)

Book (1)

2017
Book
Amrith, M.: Caring for strangers: Filipino medical workers in Asia. NIAS Press, Copenhagen (2017), xiii, 226 pp.

Working Paper (1)

2018
Working Paper
Amrith, M.: Ageing in a time of mobility: a research agenda. MMG Working Paper (18-01) (2018), 30 pp.

Issue (2)

2022
Issue
Sakti, V. K.; Amrith, M. (Eds.): Living in the here and now: Extended temporalities of forced migration (Special issue). Journal of Intercultural Studies 43, (4) (2022)
Issue
Sampaio, D.; Amrith, M. (Eds.): Special issue: Southern reconfigurations of the ageing-migration nexus (Special issue). Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (2022)

Book Review (1)

2019
Book Review
Amrith, M.: [Review of:] Domestic economies: women, work, and the American Dream in Los Angeles, by Susanna Rosenbaum. Anthropological forum 29 (2), pp. 190 - 192 (2019)

Contribution to a Collected edition (2)

2022
Contribution to a Collected edition
Amrith, M.: Migrant eldercare workers in Asia. In: Handbook of Aging, Health and Public Policy: Perspectives from Asia (Ed. Irudaya Rajan, S.). Springer Singapore, Singapore (2022)
2018
Contribution to a Collected edition
Amrith, M.: Dignity of labour: Activism among Filipina domestic workers in Singapore and Barcelona. In: Gender, work and migration: Agency in gendered labour settings, pp. 65 - 82 (Eds. Amrith, M.; Sahraoui, N.). Routledge, London (2018)

Collected Edition (1)

2018
Collected Edition
Amrith, M.; Sahraoui, N. (Eds.): Gender, work and migration: Agency in gendered labour settings. Routledge, London (2018), xiv, 206 pp.

Blog Post (4)

2019
Blog Post
Amrith, M.: [Blog post:]Care. (2019)
Blog Post
Amrith, M.; Sampaio, D.: [Blog post:] Reflections on the ‘Grey is the New Pink: Moments of Ageing’ exhibition. (2019)
2018
Blog Post
Amrith, M.: [Blog post:] Ageing in a time of mobility: An introduction. (2018)
Blog Post
Amrith, M.: [Blog post:] Ageing bodies: Retiring from temporary lives. (2018)

Interview (1)

2020
Interview
The two Singapores: Rethinking migrant domestic care work in COVID-19. (2020)
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