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Professor Cathy McIlwaine

  1. McIlwaine, C., Evans, Y., Krenzinger, M., & Sousa Silva, E. (2020). Feminised urban futures, healthy cities and violence against women and girls: Transnational reflections from Brazilians in London and Maré, Rio de Janeiro. In Urban transformations and public health in the emergent city (pp. 55-78). Manchester University Press, Manchester. https://doi.org/10.7765/9781526150943.00008
  2. McIlwaine, C. J. (Accepted/In press). Memories of Violence Against Women and Girls across borders: Transformative gender justice through the arts among Brazilian women migrants in London. In J. Boesten, & H. Scanlon (Eds.), Gender and Memorial Arts: From Commemoration to Mobilisation (Critical Human Rights Series). University of Wisconsin Press.
  3. McIlwaine, C., & Ryburn, M. (2018). Diversities of international and transnational migration in and beyond Latin America. In J. Cupples, M. Polomino-Schalscha, & M. Prieto (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Latin American Development Routledge.
  4. McIlwaine, C. J., & Ryburn, M. (Accepted/In press). Metropolitan mobilities: transnational urban labour markets. In T. Schwanen, & R. Van Kempen (Eds.), Handbook of Urban Geography Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.
  5. McIlwaine, C. J., Krenzinger, M., Sousa Silva, E., & Heritage, P. (Eds.) (2018). Dores que Libertam: Falas de Mulheres das Favelas sa Mare, no Rio de Janeiro sobre Violencias. Appris Editora.
  6. McIlwaine, C. J., & Bunge, D. (2016). Towards Visibility: the Latin American Community in London. In Towards Visibility: the Latin American Community in London Trust for London.
  7. McIlwaine, C. (2016). Gender-based violence and assets in just cities: triggers and transformation. In C. Moser (Ed.), Gender, Asset Accumulation and Just Cities: Pathways to Transformation? (pp. 150). Routledge.
  8. McIlwaine, C. (2015). International Migration. In Why the Social Sciences Matter (pp. 176-191). BFI Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137269928_12
  9. McIlwaine, C., & Datta, K. (2014). Sustaining a global city at work: Resilient geographies of a migrant division of labour. In Sustainable London?: The Future of a Global City (pp. 111-128). Policy Press.
  10. Datta, K., McIlwaine, C., Herbert, J., Evans, Y., May, J., & Wills, J. (2011). Global workers for global cities: Low paid migrant labour in London. In International Handbook of Globalization and World Cities (pp. 390-397). Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.
  11. McIlwaine, C. J., Juan Camilo, C., & Linneker, B. (2011). No Longer Invisible: the Latin American Community in London. In No Longer Invisible : the Latin American Community in London Trust for London.
  12. Wills, J., McIlwaine, C., Datta, K., May, J., Herbert, J., & Evans, Y. (2010). New migrant divisions of labour. In N. M. Coe, & A. Jones (Eds.), The Economic Geography of the UK (pp. 225-238). SAGE Publications Inc.. https://doi.org/10.4135/9781446269374.n16
  13. McIlwaine, C., Wills, J., Datta, K., May, J., Evans, Y. M., & Herbert, J. (2010). Global Cities at Work: New Migrant Divisions of Labour. Pluto Press.
  14. McIlwaine, C. (2010). The gendered exclusions of international migration: Perspectives from latin american migrants in london. In The International Handbook of Gender and Poverty: Concepts, Research, Policy (pp. 260-265). Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.

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