Table of Contents:
  • I: Globalization and multiple crises of care
  • Global cities and survival circuits / Saskia Sassen
  • Disposable domestics: immigrant women workers in the global economy / Grace Chang
  • Migrant Filipina domestic workers and the international division of reproductive labor / Rhacel Salazar Parreänas
  • Labor recruitment and the lure of the capital: central American migrants in Washington, DC / Terry A. Repak
  • Multilateral organizations and early child care and education policies for developing countries / Fâulvia Rosemberg
  • Globalization, work hours, and the care deficit among stockbrokers / Mary Blair-Loy and Jerry A. Jacobs
  • II: Transnational migration: influences on citizenship, social control, and carework
  • "Just like one of the family": domestic servants in world politics / Cynthia Enloe
  • From unequal freedom: how race and gender shaped American citizenship and labor / Evelyn Nakano Glenn
  • Rethinking the globalization of domestic service: foreign domestics, state control, and the politics of identity in Taiwan / Shu-Ju Ada Cheng
  • International migration, domestic work, and care work: undocumented Latina migrants in Israel / Rebecca Raijman, Silvina Schammah-Gesser, and Adriana Kemp
  • "Forced" into unpaid carework: international student's wives in the United States / Minjeong Kim
  • Caregiving in transnational context: "my wings have been cut; where can I fly?" / Denise Spitzer, Anne Neufeld, Margaret Harrison, Karen Hughes, and Miriam Stewart
  • III: Motherhood, domestic work, and childcare in global perspective
  • The invisible heart / Nancy Folbre
  • Making care work: employed mothers in the new childcare market / Lynet Uttal
  • Doing the dirty work? the global politics of domestic labour / Bridget Anderson
  • Unraveling privilege: workers' children and the hidden coasts of paid childcare / Mary Romero
  • "I'm here, but I'm there": the meanings of Latina transnational motherhood / Pierrette Hondagneu-Solelo and Ernestive Avila
  • Maid or madam? Filipina migrant workers and the continuity of domestic labor / Pei-Chia Lan
  • "Women have no tribe": connecting carework, gender, and migration in an era of HIV/AIDS in Botswana / Rebecca Upton
  • IV: Valuing carework through policy and culture: communities, states, and supranational institutions
  • After the family wage: a postindustrial thought experiment / Nancy Fraser
  • Woman-friendly states and a public culture of care / Helga Maria Hernes
  • Women and the restructuring of care work: cross-national variations and trends in ten OECD countries / Susan Chrisopherson
  • Care work: invisible civic engagement / Pamela Herd and Madonna Harrington Meyer
  • Acid violence and medical care in Bangladesh: women's activism as carework / Afoza Anwary
  • Women's empowering carework in post-soviet Azerbaijan / Mehrangiz Najafizadeh
  • Central state child care policies in post-authoritarian Spain: implications for gender and carework arrangements / Celia Valiente.