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Professor Parvati Raghuram

Profile summary

  • Central Academic Staff
  • Professor of Geography and Migration
  • Faculty of Social Sciences
  • Geography
  • parvati.raghuram

Research interests

My research interests focus on the ways in which the mobility of individuals, goods and ideas is reshaping the world. Most of the work I have done so far has focused on how people experience and negotiate globalisation, especially as they move as gendered workers in sectors where the 'knowledge' of global knowledge societies is embodied and embedded: sectors such as medicine, education and the IT sector. The mobility and meanings of goods is an area I have explored in my work on Asian women and fashion. In the future I would like to examine how these mobilities are underlain by ideas such as developmentalism in order to explore how they reproduce, alter and challenge gendered subjectivities of migrants. My key concern here is to understand the implications of these ways of thinking for class and race politics and the ways in which postcolonial theory can provide a route into such thinking. Alongside these issues I have also kept up an interest in methodological and epistemological issues.

I'm the Director of the OpenSpace Research Centre.

Books

Raghuram, P. et al. (2008) (eds) Tracing Indian Diasporas: Contexts, Memories, Representations, Sage: New Delhi.

Johnson, R., Chambers, D., Raghuram, P. and Tincknell, E. (2004) The Practice of Cultural Studies, London: Sage.

Puwar, N. and Raghuram, P. (2003) (eds) South Asian Women in the Diaspora, Oxford: Berg.

Kofman, E., Phizacklea, A., Raghuram, P. and Sales, R. (2000) Gender and International Migration in Europe: employment, welfare and politics, London: Routledge.

Journal articles

Raghuram, Parvati; Noxolo, Pat and Madge, Clare (2014). Rising Asia and postcolonial geography.Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 35(1) pp. 119–135.

Raghuram, P. (2013) Theorising the spaces of student migration. Population Space and Place 19(2): 138–154.

King, R. and Raghuram, P. (2013) International Student Migration: Mapping the Field and New Research Agendas. Population Space and Place 19(2): 127–137.

Raghuram, P. (2012) Global care, local configurations: challenges to conceptualizations of care. Global Networks 12(2): 155–174.

Kofman, E. and Raghuram, P. (2012) Women, Migration and Care: explorations of diversity and dynamism in the South. Social Politics 19(3): 408–432.

Noxolo, P. Raghuram, P., and Madge C. (2012) Unsettling responsibility: postcolonial interventions. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 37(3): 418–429.

Bornat, J. Raghuram, P. and Henry, L. (2012) Revisiting The Archives – Opportunities And Challenges: A Case Study From The History Of Geriatric Medicine. Socresonline 17(2).

Bornat, J., Henry, L. and Raghuram, P. (2011) Geriatric medicine and the management of transitions into old age: the hospital bed as a site of spatial practice? Area 43(4): 430–437.

Bornat, J., Henry, L. and Raghuram, P. (2011) The making of careers, the making of a discipline: Luck and chance in migrant careers in geriatric medicine. Journal of Vocational Behavior 78(3): 342–350.

Raghuram, P. Bornat, J. and Henry, L. (2011) The co-marking of aged bodies and migrant bodies: migrant workers' contribution to geriatric medicine in the UK. Sociology of Health and Illness 33(2): 321–335.

Raghuram, P. Bornat, J. and Henry, L. (2010) Difference and distinction? Non-migrant and migrant networks Sociology 44(4): 623–641.

Asis, M., Piper, N. and Raghuram, P. (2010) International migration and development in Asia – exploring knowledge frameworks. International Migration 48(3): 76–106.

Bornat, J. Henry, L. and Raghuram, P. (2009) 'Don't Mix Race With The Specialty': Interviewing South Asian Overseas-trained Geriatricians. Oral History Journal 37(1&2): 74–84.

Raghuram, P. (2009) Which migration, what development? unsettling the edifice of migration and development, Population, Space and Place 15(2): 103–117.

Raghuram, P. Madge, C. and Noxolo, P. (2009) Rethinking responsibility and care for a postcolonial world. Geoforum 40(1): 5–13.

Raghuram, P. (2009) Caring about the brain drain in a postcolonial world. Geoforum 40(1): 25–33.

Madge, C. Raghuram, P. and Noxolo, P. (2009) Engaged pedagogy and responsibility: a postcolonial analysis of international students. Geoforum 40(1): 34–45.

Noxolo, P. Raghuram, P. and Madge, C. (2008). 'Geography is pregnant' and 'Geography's milk is flowing': metaphors for a postcolonial discipline? Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 26(1): 146–168.

Raghuram, P. (2008) Migrant women in male-dominated sectors of the labour market: a research agenda, Population, Space and Place, 14, 43–57.

Raghuram, P. (2007) Interrogating the language of integration: the case of Internationally Recruited Nurses, Journal of Clinical Nursing, 16, 12, 2246–2251.

Mackintosh, M. Raghuram, P. and Henry, L. (2006) A perverse subsidy: African trained nurses and doctors in the NHS, Soundings 34 : 103–113

Raghuram, P. and Madge, C. (2006) Towards a method for postcolonial development geographies: possibilities and challenges, Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 27, 3, 270–288

Kofman, E. and Raghuram, P. (2006) Women and global labour migrations: incorporating skilled workers, Antipode, 38, 2, 282–303.

Kofman, E. and Raghuram, P. (2005) (eds) Gender and Skilled Migrants: Into and Beyond the Workplace, Special issue of Geoforum, 36, 2, 149–154.

Raghuram, P. and Kofman, E. (2004) (eds) Out of Asia: skilling, re-skilling and deskilling, Special issue of Women's Studies International Forum, 27, 2, 95–100.

Raghuram, P. (2004) Migration, gender and the IT sector: intersecting debates, Women's Studies International Forum, 27, 2, 163–176.

Kofman, E. and Raghuram, P. (2004) (eds) Global Labour Migration, An introduction to Special issue of Feminist Review, 77, 1, 4–6.

Raghuram, P. (2004) The difference that skills make: gender, family migration strategies and regulated labour markets, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 30, 2, 303–323.

Raghuram. P. and Kofman, E. (2002) The State, labour markets and immigration: the case of skilled emigrants in UK's medical labour market, Environment and Planning A, 34, 11, 2071–2089.

Tincknell, E. and Raghuram, P. (2002) Big Brother - reconfiguring the 'active' audience in cultural research? European Journal of Cultural Studies, 5, 2, 199–216. An updated version is reprinted in Su Holmes and Deborah Jermyn (eds) 'Understanding Reality Television' (2003), London: Routledge.

Chapters in edited collections

Kofman, E. And Raghuram, P. (2012) Genere, migrazione e lavoro di cura nel Sud globale, in Flavia Piperno and Mara Tognetti Bordogna (eds) Welfare transnazionale: La frontiera esterna delle politiche sociali.

Raghuram, P. and Piper, N. (2011) 'Women and Migration in Asia – eroding borders, new fixities' in Doris Wastl-Walter (ed.) Ashgate Research Companion to Border Studies, Aldershot: Ashgate, 529–548.

Raghuram, P. (2009) 'Situating women in the brain drain discourse: discursive challenges and opportunities' in H. Stalford, S. Velluti, and S. Currie (eds.) Gender and migration in 21st century Europe, Aldershot: Ashgate, 85–106.

Raghuram, P. (2008) 'Governing the mobility of skills', in Christina Gabrielle and Helene Pellerin (eds) Governing International Labour Migration: Current Issues, Challenges and Dilemmas, Routledge: New York.

Raghuram, P. (2008) Conceptualising Indian emigration: the development story, in Ton van Naerssen, Ernst Spaan and Annelies Zoomers (eds) Global Migration and Development, Routledge.

Raghuram, P. (2008) Thinking UK's medical labour market transnationally, in John Connell (ed.) A Global Health System: The International Migration of Health Workers, Routledge

Raghuram, P. (2008) Governing the mobility of skills, in Christina Gabrielle and Helene Pellerin (eds) Governing International Labour Migration: Current Issues, Challenges and Dilemmas, Routledge: New York.

Raghuram, P. and Madge, C. (2007) Feminist theorising as practice in Karen Falconer-al-Hindi and Pamela Moss (eds) Feminisms in Geography: Space, Place and Environment, Rowman and Littlefield: Lanham.

Raghuram, P. (2006) Dis/placing migration theories, in Katarina Ferro and Margot Wallner (eds) Migration Happens: Reasons, Effects And Opportunities Of Migration In The South Pacific, Muenster: LIT-publisher.

Raghuram, P. (2006) Asian women medical migrants in the UK, in Anuja Agarwal (ed.) Women, work and migration: Perspectives from Asia, New Delhi: Sage.

Raghuram, P. (2005) Global maid trade: Indian domestic workers in the global market, in Shirlena Huang, Noorashikin Abdul Rahman and Brenda Yeoh (eds) Asian Transnational Domestic Workers, Singapore: Marshall Cavendish

Madge, C., Noxolo, P. and Raghuram, P. (2004) Bodily contours: geography, metaphor and pregnancy, in WGSG publication Gender and Geography Reconsidered.

Raghuram, P. (2004) Initiating the commodity chain: South Asian women and fashion in the diaspora, in Alex Hughes and Suzy Reimer (eds) Geographies of Commodity Chains, London: Routledge.

Puwar, N. and Raghuram, P. (2003): (Dis)locating South Asian women in the Academy, in Puwar, N. and Raghuram, P. (eds) South Asian Women in the Diaspora, Oxford: Berg.

Other key publications

Kofman, E. and Raghuram, P. (2010) Skilled female migrants in the discourse of labour migration in Europe. Available from: http://www.migration-boell.de/web/migration/46_2422.asp (Accessed 5 July 2013)

Kofman, E. and Raghuram, P. (2009) The Implications of Migration for Gender and Care Regimes. UNRISD, International Futures Society and International Organization for Migration. Available from: http://www.unrisd.org/80256B3C005BCCF9/%28httpAuxPages%29/9C17B4815B7656B0C125761C002E9283/$file/KofmanRag.pdf (Accessed 5 July 2013)

Kofman, E. and Raghuram, P. (2009) Gender and global migrations. Policy Brief, Hamburg Institute of International Economics.

Kofman, E., Raghuram, P. and Merefield, M. (2005) Gendered migrations: Towards gender-sensitive policies in the UK, Working Paper 6, Asylum and Immigration Series IPPR Asylum and Immigration Series.

A repository of research publications and other research outputs can be viewed at The Open University's Open Research Online.

Teaching interests

I am currently part of the module production team of DD213 Environment and Society.

Impact and engagement

I have written a number of papers for thinktanks and INGOs.

External collaborations

I co-edit the series Mobility and Politics with Martin Geiger and William Walters at Carleton University, Ottawa.

Research Activity

Research groups

NameTypeParent Unit
Centre for Citizenship, Identifies and Governance (CCIG)CentreFaculty of Social Sciences
Centre for Research on Socio-Cultural Change (CRESC)CentreFaculty of Social Sciences
OpenSpace Research CentreCentreFaculty of Social Sciences

Publications

Conceptualizing international education: From international student to international study (2015-12)
Madge, C.; Raghuram, P. and Noxolo, P.
Progress in Human Geography, 39(6) (pp. 681-701)
Oral history voicing differences: South Asian doctors and migration narratives (2014-07-26)
Bornat, Joanna; Raghuram, Parvati and Henry, Leroi
Economic and Political Weekly, 49(30) (pp. 60-66)
Rising Asia and postcolonial geography (2014-03)
Raghuram, Parvati; Noxolo, Pat and Madge, Clare
Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 35(1) (pp. 119-135)
International student migration: mapping the field and new research agendas (2013-04)
King, Russell and Raghuram, Parvati
Population, Space and Place, 19(2) (pp. 127-137)
Theorising the spaces of student migration (2013)
Raghuram, Parvati
Population, Space and Place, 19(2) (pp. 138-154)
Unsettling responsibility: postcolonial interventions (2012-07)
Noxolo, Pat; Raghuram, Parvati and Madge, Clare
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 37(3) (pp. 418-429)
Revisiting the archives - opportunities and challenges: a case study from the history of geriatric medicine (2012-06-11)
Bornat, Joanna; Raghuram, Parvati and Henry, Leroi
Sociological Research Online, 17(2) (p 11)
Global care, local configurations - challenges to conceptualizations of care (2012-04)
Raghuram, Parvati
Global Networks, 12(2) (pp. 155-174)
Women, migration, and care: explorations of diversity and dynamism in the global South (2012)
Kofman, Eleonore and Raghuram, Parvati
Social Politics, 19(3) (pp. 408-432)
Geriatric medicine and the management of transitions into old age: the hospital bed as a site of spatial practice (2011-12)
Bornat, Joanna; Raghuram, Parvati and Henry, Leroi
Area, 43(4) (pp. 430-437)
The making of careers, the making of a discipline: luck and chance in migrant careers in geriatric medicine (2011-06)
Bornat, Joanna; Henry, Leroi and Raghuram, Parvati
Journal of Vocational Behavior, 78(3) (pp. 342-350)
The co-marking of aged bodies and migrant bodies: migrant workers’ contribution to geriatric medicine in the UK (2011-02)
Raghuram, Parvati; Bornat, Joanna and Henry, Leroi
Sociology of Health & Illness, 33(2) (pp. 321-335)
Difference and distinction? Non-migrant and migrant networks (2010)
Raghuram, Parvati; Henry, Leroi and Bornat, Joanna
Sociology, 44(4) (pp. 623-641)
International migration and development in Asia: Exploring knowledge frameworks (2010)
Asis, Maruja M. B.; Piper, Nicola and Raghuram, Parvati
International Migration, 48(3) (pp. 76-106)
Ethnic clustering among South Asian geriatricians in the UK: an oral history study (2009-12)
Raghuram, Parvati; Bornat, Joanna and Henry, Leroi
Diversity in Health and Care, 6(4) (pp. 287-296)
Which migration, what development? Unsettling the edifice of migration and development (2009-03)
Raghuram, Parvati
Population, Space and Place, 15(2) (pp. 103-117)
Engaged pedagogy and responsibility: A postcolonial analysis of international students (2009-01)
Madge, Clare; Raghuram, Parvati and Noxolo, Patricia
Geoforum, 40(1) (pp. 34-45)
Caring about ‘brain drain’ migration in a postcolonial world (2009-01)
Raghuram, Parvati
Geoforum, 40(1) (pp. 25-33)
Rethinking responsibility and care for a postcolonial world (2009-01)
Raghuram, Parvati; Madge, Clare and Noxolo, Pat
Geoforum, 40(1) (pp. 5-13)
'Don't mix race with the specialty': interviewing South Asian overseas-trained geriatricians' (2009)
Bornat, Joanna; Henry, Leroi and Raghuram, Parvati
Oral History, 37(1) (pp. 74-84)
Migrant women in male-dominated sectors of the labour market: a research agenda (2008-01)
Raghuram, Parvati
Population, Space and Place, 14(1) (pp. 43-57)
'Geography is pregnant' and 'geography's milk is flowing': metaphors for a postcolonial discipline? (2008)
Noxolo, Pat; Raghuram, Parvati and Madge, Clare
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 26(1) (pp. 146-168)
Interrogating the language of integration: the case of internationally recruited nurses (2007)
Raghuram, Parvati
Journal of Clinical Nursing, 16(12) (pp. 2246-2251)
A perverse subsidy: African trained nurses and doctors in the NHS (2006-11)
Mackintosh, Maureen; Raghuram, Parvati and Henry, Leroi
Soundings, 34 (pp. 103-113)
Towards a method for postcolonial development geography?: Possibilities and challenges (2006-11)
Raghuram, Parvati and Madge, Clare
Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 27(3) (270 -288)
Gender and global labour migrations: incorporating skilled workers (2006-03)
Kofman, Eleonore and Raghuram, Parvati
Antipode, 38(2) (pp. 282-303)
Working a fraction and making a fraction work: a rough guide for geographers in the academy (2005-09)
Birnie, Jacky; Madge, Clare; Pain, Rachel; Raghuram, Parvati and Rose, Gillian
Area, 37(3) (pp. 251-259)
Gender and skilled migrants: into and beyond the work place (2005-03)
Kofman, Eleonore and Raghuram, Parvati
Geoforum, 36(2) (pp. 149-154)
Migration, gender, and the IT sector: intersecting debates (2004-06)
Raghuram, Parvati
Women's Studies International Forum, 27(2) (pp. 163-176)
The Difference that skills make: gender, family migration strategies and regulated labour markets (2004-03)
Raghuram, Parvati
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 30(2) (pp. 303-321)
An introduction from the Guest Editors (2004-01)
Kofman, Eleonore and Raghuram, Parvati
Feminist Review, 77(1) (pp. 4-6)
Out of Asia: skilling, re-skilling and deskilling of female migrants (2004)
Raghuram, Parvati and Kofman, Eleonore
Women's Studies International Forum, 27(2) (pp. 95-100)
Big Brother: Reconfiguring the 'active' audience of cultural studies? (2002)
Tincknell, Estella and Raghuram, Parvati
European Journal of Cultural Studies, 5(2) (pp. 199-216)
The state, skilled labour markets, and immigration: the case of doctors in England (2002)
Raghuram, Parvati and Kofman, Eleonore
Environment and Planning A, 34(11) (pp. 2071-2089)
Studying economic institutions, placing cultural politics: methodological musings from a study of ethnic minority enterprise (2001-08)
Raghuram, Parvati and Strange, Adam
Geoforum, 32(3) (pp. 377-388)
Caste and gender in the organisation of paid domestic work in India (2001)
Raghuram, Parvati
Work, Employment and Society, 15(3) (pp. 607-617)
Gendering skilled migratory streams: implications for conceptualizations of migration (2000)
Raghuram, Parvati
Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 9(4) (pp. 429-457)
Diasporic connections: Case studies of asian women in business (1998-09)
Hardill, Irene and Raghuram, Parvati
Area, 30(3) (pp. 255-261)
Feminist research methodologies and student projects (1998-03)
Raghuram, P.; Madge, C. and Skelton, T.
Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 22(1) (pp. 35-48)
Negotiating a market: a case study of an asian woman in business (1998)
Raghuram, Parvati and Hardill, Irene
Women's Studies International Forum, 21(5) (pp. 475-483)
Domestic service as a survival strategy in Delhi, India (1993-02)
Raghuram, Parvati and Momsen, Janet
Geoforum, 24(1) (pp. 55-62)
Gendered Migrations and Global Social Reproduction (2015-03-30)
Kofman, Eleonore and Raghuram, Parvati
Migration Diaspora and Citizenship
ISBN : 978–0–230–53708–8 | Publisher : Palgrave | Published : Basingstoke
The Practice of cultural studies (2004-04-14)
Johnson, Richard; Chambers, Deborah; Raghuram, Parvati and Tincknell, Estella
ISBN : 761960996 | Publisher : Sage Publications Ltd | Published : UK
South Asian women in the diaspora (2003-04)
Puwar, Nirmal and Raghuram, Parvati
ISBN : 9781859736968 | Publisher : Berg | Published : Oxford, UK
Gender and International Migration in Europe: Employment, welfare and politics (2000)
Kofman, Eleonore; Phizacklea, Annie; Raghuram, Parvati and Sales, Rosemary
ISBN : 415167302 | Publisher : Routledge | Published : London, UK
"Without racism there would be no geriatrics": South Asian overseas-trained doctors and the development of Geriatric Medicine in the United Kingdom', 1950-2000 (2016)
Raghuram, Parvati; Bornat, Joanna and Henry, Leroi
In: Monnais, Laurence and Wright, David eds. Doctors beyond Borders: the transnational migration of physicians in the twentieth century (pp. 185-207)
ISBN : 978-1-4426-2961-5 | Publisher : University of Toronto Press | Published : Toronto
Care, women and migration in the global south (2015-02-19)
Kofman, Eleonore and Raghuram, Parvati
In: Coles, Anne; Gray, Leslie and Momsen, Janet eds. The Routledge Handbook of Gender and Development. Routledge International Handbooks (pp. 309-318)
ISBN : 978-0-415-82908-3 | Publisher : Routledge | Published : Abingdon
Brain circulation or precarious labour? Conceptualising temporariness in the UK’s National Health Service (2014-07)
Raghuram, Parvati
In: Vosko, Leah F.; Preston , Valerie and Latham, Robert eds. Liberating Temporariness?: Migration, Work and Citizenship in an Age of Insecurity (pp. 177-200)
ISBN : 978-0-7735-4381-2 | Publisher : McGill-Queen's University Press | Published : Montreal, Quebec
Repenser les migrations féminines. Sites et travail qualifiés dans la reproduction sociale mondialisée (2014-01-01)
Kofman, Eleonore and Raghuram, Parvati
In: Ribas-Mateos, Natalia and Manry, Veronique eds. Mobilités au féminin. La place des femmes dans le nouvel état du monde (pp. 31-52)
ISBN : 978-2-8111-1049-9 | Publisher : Éditions Karthala | Published : Paris
Knowledge, gender, and changing mobility regimes: women migrants in Europe (2013-10)
Kofman, Eleonore and Raghuram, Parvati
In: Ilcan, Suzan ed. Mobilities, Knowledge, and Social Justice (pp. 59-75)
ISBN : 9780773541290 | Publisher : McGill-Queen’s University Press | Published : Montreal
Genere, migrazione e lavoro di cura nel Sud globale (2012-06)
Kofman, Eleonore and Raghuram, Parvati
In: Piperno , Flavia and Bordogna , Mara Tognetti eds. Welfare transnazionale: La frontiera esterna delle politiche sociali
ISBN : 978-88-230-1630-9 | Publisher : Ediesse | Published : Rome
Women and migration in Asia – eroding borders, new fixities (2011-07)
Raghuram, Parvati and Piper, Nicola
In: Wastl-Walter, Doris ed. The Ashgate Research Companion to Border Studies (pp. 529-548)
ISBN : 978-0-7546-7406-1 | Publisher : Ashgate | Published : Farnham
Situating women in the brain drain discourse: discursive challenges and opportunities (2009-08)
Raghuram, Parvati
In: Stalford, Helen; Currie, Samantha and Velluti, Samantha eds. Gender and migration in 21st century Europe (pp. 85-106)
ISBN : 978-0-7546-7450-4 | Publisher : Ashgate | Published : Aldershot
Migration in a globalizing world: Knowledge, migration and development (2009)
Zoomers, A.; Rivera-Salgado, G.; Asis, M.; Piper, N.; Raghuram, P.; Awumbila, M.; Manuh, T. and Schapendonk, J.
In: Molenaar, Henk; Box, Louk and Engelhard, Rutger eds. Knowledge on the Move: Emerging Agendas for Development-Oriented Research (pp. 89-121)
ISBN : 978 90 9024 015 | Publisher : International Development Publications | Published : Leiden
Governing the mobility of skills (2008-06)
Raghuram, Parvati
In: Gabrielle, Christina and Pellerin, Helene eds. Governing International Labour Migration: Current Issues, Challenges and Dilemmas. Routledge/RIPE Studies in Global Political Economy
ISBN : 978-0-415-43368-6 | Publisher : Routledge | Published : UK
Immigration dynamics in the receiving State - Emerging issues for the Indian Diaspora in the UK (2008-04-16)
Raghuram, Parvati
In: Raghuram, Parvati; Sahoo, Ajaya Kumar; Maharaj, Brij and Sangha, Dave eds. Tracing an Indian Diaspora: Contexts, Memories, Representations (pp. 171-190)
ISBN : 9788178298337 | Publisher : SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd | Published : New Delhi, India
Representations: Contestations of/in the Indian Diaspora: Introduction to section 4 (2008-04-16)
Raghuram, Parvati
In: Raghuram, Parvati; Sahoo, Ajaya Kumar; Maharaj, Brij and Sangha, Dave eds. Tracing an Indian Diaspora: Contexts, Memories, Representations (pp. 323-328)
ISBN : 9788178298337 | Publisher : SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd | Published : New Delhi, India
Thinking UK's medical labour market transnationally (2008)
Raghuram, Parvati
In: Connell, John ed. The International Migration of Health Workers. Routledge Research in Population and Migration (pp. 182-198)
ISBN : 0-415-95623-4 | Publisher : Routledge
Reconceptualizing UK’s transnational medical labour market (2008)
Raghuram, Parvati
In: Connell, John ed. The International Migration of Health Workers. Routledge Research in Population and Migration (10)
ISBN : 0-415-95623-4 | Publisher : Routledge | Published : Abingdon
Doing Diaspora: Identifications; Introduction to section 3 (2008)
Raghuram, Parvati
In: Raghuram, Parvati et al.; Sahoo, Ajaya Kumar; Maharaj, Brij and Sangha, Dave eds. Tracing an Indian Diaspora: Contexts, Memories, Representations (pp. 231-236)
ISBN : 9788178298337 | Publisher : SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd | Published : New Delhi, India
Conceptualising Indian emigration: The development story (2007-11-28)
Raghuram, Parvati
In: van Naerssen, Ton; Spaan, Ernst and Zoomers, Annelies eds. Global Migration and Development. Routledge Studies in Development and Society (pp. 309-326)
ISBN : 9780415962476 | Publisher : Routledge | Published : Abingdon, UK
Feminist theorising as practice (2007)
Raghuram, Parvati and Madge, Clare
In: Falconer Al-Hindi, Karen and Moss, Pamela eds. Feminisms in Geography: Space, Place and Knowledges
ISBN : 9780742538290 | Publisher : Lanham | Published : Rowman and Littlefield
Asian women medical migrants in the UK (2006-05-03)
Raghuram, Parvati
In: Agrawal, Anuja ed. Migrant Women and Work (pp. 73-94)
ISBN : 9780761934561 | Publisher : Sage | Published : New Delhi, India
Dis/placing migration theories (2006)
Raghuram, Parvati
In: Ferro, Katarina and Wallner, Margot eds. Migration happens: Reasons, effects and opportunities of migration in the South Pacific
ISBN : 3-8258-6998-9 | Publisher : LIT-Verlag | Published : Münster
Global maid trade : domestic workers in the global market (2005)
Raghuram, Parvati
In: Huang, Shirlena; Rahman, Noor Abdul and Yeoh, Brenda S.A. eds. Asian Women as Transnational Domestic Workers. Gender and Women Studies (pp. 146-174)
ISBN : 9812103864 | Publisher : Marshall Cavendish Academic | Published : Singapore
Initiating the commodity chain: South Asian women and fashion in the diaspora (2004-05)
Raghuram, Parvati
In: Hughes, Alex and Reimer, Suzy eds. Geographies of Commodity Chains (pp. 120-136)
ISBN : 415339103 | Publisher : Routledge | Published : London, UK
Crossing Borders: Gender and Migration (2004)
Raghuram, Parvati
In: Staeheli, Lynne; Kofman, Eleonore and Peake, Linda eds. Mapping Women, Making Politics: Feminist Perspectives on Political Geography (pp. 185-198)
ISBN : 415934494 | Publisher : Routledge | Published : New York
(Dis)locating south asian women in the academy (2003-04)
Puwar, Nirmal and Raghuram, Parvati
In: Puwar, Nirmal and Raghuram, Parvati eds. South Asian Women in the Diaspora (pp. 1-18)
ISBN : 1859736025 | Publisher : Berg | Published : Oxford, UK
Fashioning the south asian diaspora: Production and consumption tales (2003)
Raghuram, Parvati
In: Puwar, Nirmal and Raghuram, Parvati eds. South Asian Women in the Diaspora (pp. 67-86)
ISBN : 1859736025 | Publisher : Berg | Published : Oxford, UK
Skilled migratory regimes: The case of female medical migrants in the UK (2003)
Raghuram, Parvati and Montiel, Dawn
In: Ishikawa, Yoshitaka and Montanari, Armando eds. The new geography of human mobility - Inequality trends?. Home of Geography Publication series (4) (pp. 67-84)
ISBN : 88-88692-09-6 | Publisher : Home of Geography/Villa Celimontana (International Geographical Union/Società Geografica Italiana) | Published : Rome, Italy,
Diasporic embeddedness and Asian women entrepreneurs in the UK (2002-10)
Hardill, Irene; Raghuram, Parvati and Strange, Adam
In: Taylor, Michael and Leonard, Simon eds. Embedded Enterprise and Social Capital: International Perspectives (pp. 207-224)
ISBN : 754615170 | Publisher : Ashgate | Published : Aldershot, UK
Interlinking trajectories: migration and domestic work in India (1999)
Raghuram, Parvati
In: Momsen, Janet Henshall ed. Gender, Migration and Domestic Service. Routledge International Studies of Women and Place (pp. 209-222)
ISBN : 415190673 | Publisher : Routledge | Published : London, UK
Religion and Development (1999)
Raghuram, Parvati
In: Allen, Tim and Skelton, Tracy eds. Culture and Global Change (pp. 236-244)
ISBN : 415139171 | Publisher : Routledge | Published : London, UK
Invisible agricultural labour in India (1998)
Raghuram, Parvati
In: Prorok, Carolyn V. and Chhokar, Kiran Banga eds. Asian Women and their Work: A geography of Gender and Development. Pathways in geography resource publication (17) (pp. 109-114)
ISBN : 1884136125 | Publisher : National Council for Geographical Education | Published : Indiana, USA
Feminist methodologies: politics, practice and power (1997)
Madge, C.; Raghuram, P.; Skelton, T.; Willis, K. and Williams, J.
In: Women and Geography Study Group, (WGSG) ed. Feminist Geography: Explorations in Diversity and Difference (pp. 86-111)
ISBN : 9780582246362 | Publisher : Prentice Hall | Published : London, UK
Invisible female agricultural labour in India (1993)
Raghuram, Parvati
In: Kinnaird, Vivian and Momsen, Janet eds. Different Places, Different Voices: Gender and Development in Africa, Asia and Latin America (pp. 109-119)
ISBN : 978-0-415-07563-3 | Publisher : Routledge | Published : London, UK
Tracing an Indian Diaspora: Contexts, Memories, Representations (2008-10)
Raghuram, P. and Sahoo, A.
Raghuram, Parvati; Sahoo, Ajay; Maharaj, Brij and Sangha, Dave eds.
ISBN : 9788178298337 | Publisher : Sage | Published : London, New Delhi
The Implications of Migration for Gender and Care Regimes in the South (2009-07-14)
Kofman, Eleonore and Raghuram, Parvati
United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD), Geneva.