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Work and Workers

The Work of Waiting: Love and Money in Korean Chinese Transnational Migration

Export-Quality Martyrs: Roman Catholicism and Transnational Labor in the Philippines

Occupation Bedbug: Or, the Urgency and Agency of Professional Pragmatism

Muddy Labor: A Japanese Aid Ethic of Collective Intimacy in Myanmar

Some Carry On, Some Stay in Bed: (In)convenient Affects and Agency in Neoliberal Nicaragua

The Precarious Present: Wageless Labor and Disrupted Life in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Sitting at the Kitchen Table: Fieldnotes from Women of Color in Anthropology