Monthly Archives: March 2013

Exploring Worker Poets

Reading groups can be an effective way to delegitimize the hegemonic discourse of predefined social roles and labor divisions (both inscribed into the acceptance of the normality of the working days’ time-schedule). As long term expatriate workers we found many … Continue reading

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Migrant Nights

Alternative life stories made me realize that visa and passports are not what make life, though they do have an important bearing. In the previous blog we had discussed regarding Anti-Citizens, which some workers also term as Non-Citizens. The … Continue reading

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