Amrita Hari is an assistant professor at the Pauline Jewett Institute of Woman's and Gender Studies at Carleton University. Her research focuses on global migration, transnationalism, citizenship, gender, diasporic formations, intersectional identities and acts of resistance of refugees and asylum seekers. Dr. Hari’s work engages with the notion of “doing gender” within the context of migration, gendered division of household labor, and the Canadian labor market.
Current position(s), Institution
Assistant Professor, Carleton University
Publications related to European/EU Studies
Amrita Hari, "“Someone Kept Sacrificing”: Disentangling Gender Ideology in Immigrant Narratives of Social Reproduction," Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 43, no. 3 (Spring 2018): 539-562.