Rethinking Kinship and Migration: Gender, Labor, and the Politics of Social Reproduction in Agro-Food Systems
Join the conversation with Diana McIncyte, Associate Professor of Sociology at City Tech-City University of New York, on agricultural labor migration and the ways in which kinship operates as a social and economic unit in the current agrarian economy. It draws on the early debates in agrarian studies and feminist scholarship to highlight the role of social reproduction labor in late capitalism and reconceptualizes strong ties as foundational for understanding labor mobility politics.
This is a hybrid event. The livestream will take place in Room 6114 with the speaker on Zoom.