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Evangelia Tastsoglou


Evangelia Tastsoglou, Ph.D., is Professor in the Department of Sociology and Criminology at Saint Mary's University and president of the Research Committee of "Women in Society" (RC 32) of the International Sociological Association. She writes on women , gender and various aspects of migration; citizenship, identities, and diasporas; ethnicity/race and the "second generation". Her recent publications include the following edited or co-edited books: Women, Migration, 
and Citizenship. Making Local, National, and Transnational Connections (
Ashgate Publishers, 2006); Women, Gender, and Diasporic Lives. Labor, 
Community, and Identity in Greek Migration (Lexington Books, 2009); Contours 
of Citizenship: Women, Diversity, and the Practice of Citizenship (Ashgate Publishers, 
2010); and Immigrant Women in Atlantic Canada. Challenges, Negotiations, 
Re-constructions (Canadian Scholars' Press / Women's Press, 2011).



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