- Fish, Jennifer N. and Justin Sprague (2019). “Authentic Activism: Domestic Workers as Global Development Agents.” In Gender and Development: The Economic Basis of Women’s Power. Edited by Sam Cohn and Rae Lesser Blumberg, Thousand Oaks: Sage.
- Fish, Jennifer N. and Moriah Shumpert. (2018). “The Grassroots-Global Dialectic: International Policy as an Anchor for Domestic Worker Organizing.” In Gender, Migration and the Work of Care: A Multi-Scalar Approach to the Pacific Rim. Edited by Sonya Michel and Ito Peng, New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
- ‘The OECD, the World Bank and Transnational Care Chains: A “Wicked Problem”’ Current Sociology special issue on ‘The Global Sociology of Care and Care Work’, B. Aulenbacher, H. Lutz, B. Riegraf editors. 2018 66(4) pp. 562-576
- Fish, Jennifer N. and Jennifer L. Turner. (2016). “The Global Domestic: Mapping Decent Work in International Dialogues.” In West Meets East: The ILO from Geneva to the PacificEdited by Jill Shenker and Nelson Lichtenstein. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Introduction.
- Boris, Eileen and Jennifer N. Fish. (2015). “Decent Work for Domestics: Feminist Organizing, Worker Empowerment and the ILO.”In Towards a Global History of Domestic and Caregiving Workers. Edited by Dirk Hoerder, Elise van Nederveen Meerkerk and Silke Neunsinger. Leiden: Brill.
- Fish, Jennifer N. (2015). “Making History through Policy: A Field Report on the International Domestic Workers Movement.” International Labor and Working-Class History: Historicizing Domestic Labor: Resistance and Organizing, 88:156-165.
- Sonya Michel and Mary Daly (2015). “Convergence of Care Work and Globalization.” In Barbara Hobson, Ann Orloff, Mary Daly, Sonya Michel and Fiona Williams. “Revisioning Gender, An Introduction.” Social Politics, 22(4), 500-503.
- Sonya Michel and D. Badusa (2015). “On a Collision Course: Millennium Development Goals and Mothers’ Migration” in Migrant Women Workers: Ethical, Political and Legal Problems, Z. Meghani ed. Routledge.
- Eileen Boris and Jennifer N. Fish. (2014). “‘Slaves No More’: Making Global Labor Standards for Domestic Workers.” Feminist Studies, 40(2),411-443.
- Rianne Mahon Harms to Migrant Women Domestic Workers: What Can Be Done?, under review for special issue of European Journal of Politics and Gender Shirin Rai and Beth Goldblatt eds.
- Rianne Mahon and Sonya Michel, ‘Not in Focus: Migrant Care Workers as Seen by the ILO and the OECD, to appear in a volume on Gender, Migration and the Work of Care, to be co-edited by Ito Peng and Sonya Michel
- Rianne Mahon ‘Gendering Migration Management’ to appear in The International Organisation for Migration: the ‘New UN Migration Agency’ in Critical Perspective edited by Martin Geiger and Antoine Pécoud
- Rianne Mahon Transnational Care Chains as Seen by the OECD, the World Bank the IOM, in International Organisations and the Globalisation of Governance: Microprocesses and Actor Configurations. D. Dolowitz, M. Hadjiisky and N. Romuald eds. June 2018. Manuscript about to be submitted to Edward Elgar summer 2019 which has accepted the book proposal
- Fish, Jennifer N., Stefania Azzarello, Sylvia Gunther, Lisa-Marie Heimeshoff, Claire Hobden, Maren Kirchhoff and Helen Schwenken. 2014. “’We Want to be the Protagonists of Our Own Stories’: A Participatory Research Manual on How Domestic Workers and Researchers Can Jointly Conduct Research.” Published by the International Labor Organization, Geneva, Switzerland and the International Center for Development and Decent Work, University of Kassel, Germany.
- Rianne Mahon
- Jennifer Fish
- Nicola Piper
- Eileen Boris
- The Migration Policy Institute
- United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women)
- The International labour Organization (ILO)
Students & Associates
- Sarah Rose Taylor
- Masaya Llavaneras-Blanca