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The Resource Black girls : migrant domestic workers and colonial legacies, by Sabrina Marchetti

Black girls : migrant domestic workers and colonial legacies, by Sabrina Marchetti

Label
Black girls : migrant domestic workers and colonial legacies
Title
Black girls
Title remainder
migrant domestic workers and colonial legacies
Statement of responsibility
by Sabrina Marchetti
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Marchetti, Sabrina
Dewey number
  • 909-W
  • 909-J
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Studies in global social history,
Series volume
volume 16
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Women household employees
  • Women household employees
  • Surinamese
  • Eritreans
  • Netherlands
  • Suriname
  • Italy
  • Eritrea
  • Netherlands
  • Italy
Label
Black girls : migrant domestic workers and colonial legacies, by Sabrina Marchetti
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 183-200) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
Introduction -- Keywords -- Postcoloniality -- Black Europe -- Memory and identity -- Intersectionality -- Body work -- Home -- Postcolonial cultural capital -- Differences and similarities in history -- Suriname -- Colonialism and slavery -- Independence -- Moving from Suriname to The Netherlands -- Migration and racism in The Netherlands -- Living in Rotterdam -- Afro-Surinamese women in the Dutch care sector -- Eritrea -- Eritrea's history and Italian colonialism -- Eritrea towards independence -- Eritrean migration to Italy -- Migration and racism in Italy -- Eritreans in Rome -- Eritrean women in the Italian domestic sector -- Part I. Postcolonial migrants -- Colonial acculturation and belonging -- Black Dutch -- The 'ambivalence' of bonds -- The case of school education -- Paramaribo and Asmara as culture-contact zones -- Separation and survival of domestic slavery -- A hierarchical cultural contamination -- Spatial propinquity and cultures -- Hierarchies within 'familiarity' -- The case of mass and popular culture -- Postcolonial encounters : arriving in Italy and The Netherlands -- Class and belonging 'after' the migration -- Asymmetries of recognition -- The legacy of slavery -- Part 2. Migrant domestic labour -- A labour niche for postcolonial migrant women -- Niche formation and coloniality of power -- Substitution across class and 'race'/ethnicity -- Religious figure and employment -- The 'good' job -- Agencies and 'ethnic' representations -- Narratives and practices of work and identity -- Everyday (domestic) practices and identity -- Rhythms and gestures of care -- Self-identification between care, cleaning and servitude -- Time, tasks and female models -- Time, body and enactment of power -- Ethnicisation of care and domestic skills -- 'Ethnicisation' and the right personality -- Subservience as a skill -- Familiarity with domestic work as a social position -- Reversal of hierarchiesrespect and discipline -- The case of food and cooking -- Racism at work, under colonial legacies -- Racism, ressentiment and slavery -- Home care as a 'scenario of racism' -- Spatial confinement -- Bodies : wearing inferiority -- Re-enacting colonial times -- Conclusions -- Appendix I: Notes on the fieldwork -- Appendix II: Notes on the interviewees
Control code
FIEb1756525x
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xiv, 201 pages
Isbn
9789004276925
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
System control number
(OCoLC)876562698
Label
Black girls : migrant domestic workers and colonial legacies, by Sabrina Marchetti
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 183-200) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
Introduction -- Keywords -- Postcoloniality -- Black Europe -- Memory and identity -- Intersectionality -- Body work -- Home -- Postcolonial cultural capital -- Differences and similarities in history -- Suriname -- Colonialism and slavery -- Independence -- Moving from Suriname to The Netherlands -- Migration and racism in The Netherlands -- Living in Rotterdam -- Afro-Surinamese women in the Dutch care sector -- Eritrea -- Eritrea's history and Italian colonialism -- Eritrea towards independence -- Eritrean migration to Italy -- Migration and racism in Italy -- Eritreans in Rome -- Eritrean women in the Italian domestic sector -- Part I. Postcolonial migrants -- Colonial acculturation and belonging -- Black Dutch -- The 'ambivalence' of bonds -- The case of school education -- Paramaribo and Asmara as culture-contact zones -- Separation and survival of domestic slavery -- A hierarchical cultural contamination -- Spatial propinquity and cultures -- Hierarchies within 'familiarity' -- The case of mass and popular culture -- Postcolonial encounters : arriving in Italy and The Netherlands -- Class and belonging 'after' the migration -- Asymmetries of recognition -- The legacy of slavery -- Part 2. Migrant domestic labour -- A labour niche for postcolonial migrant women -- Niche formation and coloniality of power -- Substitution across class and 'race'/ethnicity -- Religious figure and employment -- The 'good' job -- Agencies and 'ethnic' representations -- Narratives and practices of work and identity -- Everyday (domestic) practices and identity -- Rhythms and gestures of care -- Self-identification between care, cleaning and servitude -- Time, tasks and female models -- Time, body and enactment of power -- Ethnicisation of care and domestic skills -- 'Ethnicisation' and the right personality -- Subservience as a skill -- Familiarity with domestic work as a social position -- Reversal of hierarchiesrespect and discipline -- The case of food and cooking -- Racism at work, under colonial legacies -- Racism, ressentiment and slavery -- Home care as a 'scenario of racism' -- Spatial confinement -- Bodies : wearing inferiority -- Re-enacting colonial times -- Conclusions -- Appendix I: Notes on the fieldwork -- Appendix II: Notes on the interviewees
Control code
FIEb1756525x
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xiv, 201 pages
Isbn
9789004276925
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
System control number
(OCoLC)876562698

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