About Elizabeth L. Krause
Krause’s fine-grained field studies illuminate important family processes, such as the shift to lowest-low fertility among Italians, the formation of global households among Chinese migrants, and the experiences of young parenting Latinas in Massachusetts. Krause’s research areas include biopolitics of low fertility; social memory and historical anthropology; economic anthropology; embodiment; ethnography and writing culture; immigration; globalization; digital storytelling; Italy and United States
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University of Massachusetts
Amherst, MA. 01003
Fistful of Tears”: Encounters with Transnational Affect, Chinese Immigrants and ...
Anthropology Department Faculty Publication Series (2015)
In the made in italy fast-fashion sector, the ultimate flexible workers are Chinese migrants, whose parenting practices include circulating children ...
Carnival, a “Sold” Woman, and Wet Economies: Challenges of making ...
Carnival King of Europe: Power, ritual and the people without history; in honor of Eric R. Wolf (1923-1999). (2009)
While conducting research on fertility decline and its historical and contemporary meanings, I came across a video recording of a ...