Browsing Department of History and Civilization (HEC) by Author "AHMAD, Ali Nobil"
Title:Bodies That (Don't) Matter: Desire, Eroticism and Melancholia in Pakistani Labour Migration Author(s):AHMAD, Ali NobilDate:2009Citation:Mobilities, 2009, 4, 3, 309-327Type of Publication:ArticleAbstract:This paper explores the importance of sexuality in international labour migration from Pakistan, paying special attention to masculine desire and subjectivity (driving forces in sending contexts), and to the bodily experience ...
Title:Gender, "Transnationalism" and Illegality in Migration : A comparative history of Pakistanis in Europe Author(s):AHMAD, Ali NobilDate:2008Type of Publication:ThesisSeries/Report no.:EUI PhD theses; Department of History and CivilizationAbstract:No abstract available
Title:Dead Men Working: Time and Space in London's ('Illegal') Migrant Economy Author(s):AHMAD, Ali NobilDate:2008Citation:Work Employment and Society, 2008, 22, 2, 301-318Type of Publication:ArticleAbstract:This article explores human smuggling's consequences through a study of London's Pakistani immigrant economy, paying particular attention to the labour process and its experiential dimensions. The latter are unpacked in ...