Coordinator of The (un)deserving migrant? Interrogating non-conventional bordering practices in the European space project
Dr Nina Sahraoui is currently affiliated to the GTM-CRESPPA, CNRS and the Collèges d’études mondiales, Fondation Maison des sciences de l’homme in Paris, where she co-coordinates the research project ‘The (Un)deserving migrant?’.
As a Research Associate at the European University Institute within the project EU Border Care, Nina conducted fieldwork in Melilla (Spain) and Mayotte (France) on the politics of maternity care among undocumented migrants on the peripheries of the European Union.
Nina completed her doctoral research at London Metropolitan University, supported by a Marie Sklodowska-Curie fellowship. Her doctoral research focused on racialised workers’ experiences in older-age care in London, Paris and Madrid, leading to a gendered political-economy analysis of the articulation of employment, care and migration regimes.
- The (un)deserving migrant? Interrogating non-conventional bordering practices in the European space.
2019. Integration into Liminality: Women’s Lives in an Open Centre for Migrants at Europe’s Southern Antechamber. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.
In press, forthcoming 2019. Racialised Workers and European Older-Age Care. From Care Labour to Care Ethics. Palgrave Macmillan.
2019. Temporalities of emergency: migrant pregnancy and healthcare networks in Southern European borderlands. Social Science & Medicine, 222 (2019) 11–19. Co-authored with Grotti, V., Malakasis C., Quagliarello C.
2018. Gender, Work and Migration: Agency in Gendered Labour Settings. Co-edited with Megha Amrith. Oxford: Routledge.
2018 De la précarité du travail émotionnel du care. Les apports d’une philosophie morale féministe à l’analyse de la précarité au travail. Emulations, n° 28, pp.30-44.
2018. Shifting Vulnerabilities: Gender and Reproductive Care on the Migrant Trail to Europe. Comparative Migration Studies. 6:23. Co-authored with Grotti, V., Malakasis C., Quagliarello C.