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journal articles

2019. Locating Intersectionality in Transnational Aid Activism: An Autoethnography of a Disaster Response. Canadian Ethnic Studies (Special Issue: Transnational, Feminist and Intersectional Perspectives on Immigrants and Refugees in Canada) 51(3): 57-72.

 

2016. The Intro Course: A Pedagogical Tool Kit. (contributor, with Lisa Bednar, Sonja Boon, Marg Hobbs, Rachel Hurst, Krista Johnston, Heather Latimer, Helen Hok-Sze Leung, Marie Lovrod, Carla Rice, Trish Salah, Jocelyn Thorpe and Alissa Trotz) Atlantis: Critical Studies in Gender, Culture & Social Justice 37.2(2): 54-67.

2009. Activism from the Margins: Filipino Marriage Migrants in Australia. Frontiers: A Journal of Women’s Studies 30(3): 142-168

 

2009. From Temporary Workers to Permanent Residents: Transitional Services for Filipino Live-in Caregivers in Southern Alberta. Our Diverse Cities: Prairies Region 6 (Spring): 136-149

 

2008. I Care for You, Who Cares for Me? Transitional Services of Filipino Live-in Caregivers in Canada. Asian Women: Gender Issues in International Migration (Spring) 24(1): 25-50

2005. Filipino Women in Australia: Practising Citizenship at Work. Asian and Pacific Migration Journal 14(3): 293-326

 

2003. Becoming an Australian Citizen: A Total Buy-Out for the Filipina? Review of Women’s Studies (January-June) 13(1): 126-156

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