Auteur Shanthi Robertson is an Associate Professor in the School of Humanities and Communication Arts and Research Fellow in the I...
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Shanthi Robertson is an Associate Professor in the School of Humanities and Communication Arts and Research Fellow in the Institute for Culture and Society at Western Sydney University, Australia. She is the author of Transnational Student-Migrants and the State: The Education-Migration Nexus and Temporality in Mobile Lives: Contemporary Asia-Australia Migration and Lived Time
Rosie Roberts is a Senior Lecturer within UniSA Creative and a researcher at the Creative People, Products and Places Research Centre (CP3) at the University of South Australia. She is the author of Ongoing Mobility Trajectories: Lived Experiences of Global Migration.
Résumé This volume explores the experiences of a wide variety of middle-class or 'middling' migrant groups across the globe, asking how relatively privileged migrant groups negotiate their life trajectories and aspirations while 'on the move' and how they potentially transform the communities and societies that they move both from and to.
Migrants 'In-Between': Rethinking Privilege and Social Mobility in Middle-Class Migration Part I: Relocating Class: Reconfigurations of Class Through Migration
The Classed Frustrations of Middling Migrants from China in Australia: Suzhi Discourse Meets the Neoliberal Logics of Selective Migration Policies 3. Shifting Privileges: An Ethnographic Study of White and Upper-Class Colombian Migrant Women Living in Melbourne, Australia 4. Mobile Lives in Search of Place: Homelessness and Frustrated Mobility Among Young Romanians in Madrid Part II: Place, Taste and Aspiration: Local Geographies and Middleclass Imaginaries
Suburban Strivers and the South Bombay Elite: How Localised Micro-Categories of Class Shape International Education in Mumbai 6. Migrant Entrepreneurs and Urban Cultural Economy in Sydney, The 'City of Villages': Haymarket's 'Chinatown' and Leichhardt's 'Little Italy' 7. The View of Lifestyle Migration: A Brief Exploration of the Ethics of Seeking a Better Way of Life 8. Navigating Everyday Life in a Middle-Class Neighbourhood: The Ongoing Negotiations of Japanese Women Migrants in Southeast London Part III: Relational Dynamics: Middleclass Migrant Families and Couples
'Moving Privilege': Middling Transnational Couples and the Relational Dimensions of Privilege 10. Mothers in the Middle: Rethinking Middling Migration as Relational 11. Mainland Chinese Grandparenting Migration as Middling Transnationalism: Family, Life Stage and Lifecourse
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Rethinking Privilege and Social Mobility in Middle-Class Migration