Book Talk: Law, Migration and Precarious Labour with Anastasia Tataryn

  • 27 Apr 2021
  • 17:00 - 18:00
  • Online Via Zoom

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Law, Migration and Precarious Labour, provided a radical new approach to labour migration, as it challenges the prevailing legal and political construction of the figure of the irregular migrant labourer, whilst at the same time reimagining this irregularity as the basis of an alternative, post-capitalist, sociality. This powerful analysis of contemporary labour migration is of considerable interest to legal and political theorists, philosophers, labour lawyers, migration experts, and others with theoretical, political, or policy interests in this area.

Anastasia Tataryn is a Fellow of the GRN's Think Tank on Human Rights, Gender and Family. Dr. Tataryn is an Assistant Professor at St. Jerome's University in Waterloo, Canada.


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