Andall, J. (2003). Gen­der and eth­nic­ity in con­tem­po­rary Europe (1st ed.). Oxford: Berg.

Anthias, F. & Lazaridis, G. (Eds.) (2000), Gen­der and Migra­tion in South­ern Europe: Women on the Move. Oxford: Berg.

Anthias, F. (2000). Metaphors of Home: Gen­der­ing New Migra­tions to South­ern Europe. In F. Anthias & G. Lazardis (Eds.), Gen­der and Migra­tion in South­ern Europe. (pp. 1547). Oxford: Berg.

Anthias, F., & Lazaridis, G. (2000). Gen­der and migra­tion in south­ern Europe (1st ed.). Oxford: Berg.

Anthias, F., Kon­tos M. & Morokvasic-​Muller M. (Eds.) (2013), Para­doxes of inte­gra­tion: Female Migrants in Europe. New York: Springer.

Anthias, F., Yuval-​Davis, N., & Cain, H. (1992). Racial­ized Bound­aries: Race, Nation, Gen­der, Colour, and Class and the Anti-​Racist Strug­gle. Lon­don: Routledge.

Ayres, R., Bar­ber, T., Anthias, F., & Ceder­berg, M. (2013). Pro­fil­ing Female Migrants in Europe: Cat­e­gories of Dif­fer­ence. In F. Anthias, M. Kon­tos & M. Morokvasic-​Müller (Eds.), Para­doxes of Inte­gra­tion: Female Migrants in Europe (pp. 1736). New York: Springer.

Bacci Tam­burlini, M. (2014). “Secu­rity, pro­tec­tion and fam­ily norms: Gen­dered and selec­tive reg­u­la­tions of mar­riage and migra­tion in Italy and Por­tu­gal”. Jour­nal for Edu­ca­tors, Teach­ers and Train­ers, Vol. 5(3), pp. 141155.

Cambi, F., Cam­pani, G., & Ulivieri, S. (2003). Donne migranti: verso nuovi per­corsi for­ma­tivi. Pisa: ETS.

Cam­pani, G. & Chi­ap­pelli, T. (2014), Migrant Women and Gen­der Gap in South­ern Europe: the Ital­ian Case. In F. Anthias and M. Pajnik (Eds.) Con­test­ing Inte­gra­tion, Engen­der­ing Migra­tion. The­ory and Prac­tice. Lon­don: Pal­grave MacMillan.

Cam­pani, G. (2000a). Genere, etnia e classe: migrazioni al fem­minile tra esclu­sione e iden­tità. Pisa: Edi­zioni ETS.

Cam­pani, G. (2000b). Traf­fico a fini di sfrut­ta­mento ses­suale e sex-​business nel nuovo con­testo delle migrazioni inter­nazion­ali. In F. Carchedi, et. al. (Eds.), I col­ori della notte: migrazioni, sfrut­ta­mento ses­suale, espe­rienze di inter­vento sociale. (pp. 5871). Milano: Franco Angeli.

Cam­pani, G. (2002a). Per­chè siamo musul­mane: voci dai cento Islam in Italia e in Europa. Milano: Guerini studio.

Cam­pani, G. (2007). Gen­der and Migra­tion in Italy: State of the Art (Work­ing Paper n.6WP4). FeMiPol project, http://​www​.femipol​.uni​-frank​furt​.de/​d​o​c​s​/​w​o​r​k​i​n​g​_​p​a​p​e​r​s​/​w​p​3​/​I​t​a​l​y​.​p​d​f

Cam­pani, G. (2011). Les femmes immi­grées dans une société blo­quée: par­cours indi­vidu­els et organ­i­sa­tions col­lec­tives en Italie. Cahiers du Genre, 2 (51), 4967.

Cam­pani, G. (Eds.) (2010). Genere e Glob­al­iz­zazione. Pisa, ETS.

Cas­tles, S., & Miller, M. (1993). The age of migra­tion (1st ed.). New York: Guil­ford Press.

Donato, K. M./Gabaccia, D./Holdaway, J./Manalansan, M./Pessar, P. R.: A Glass Half Full? Gen­der in Migra­tion Stud­ies. Intro­duc­tion to the Spe­cial Issue on Gen­der and Migra­tion, in: Inter­na­tional Migra­tion, Review, 40, 1, 326 (New York: Cen­ter for Migra­tion Stud­ies of New York, 2006).

Fer­reira, T. (2014). “Path­ways to cit­i­zen­ship: Gen­er­a­tional repro­duc­tion of mother‟s legal sta­tus”. Jour­nal for Edu­ca­tors, Teach­ers and Train­ers, Vol. (3), pp. 176190.

Fouron, G., & Schiller, N. (2001). All in the fam­ily: gen­der, transna­tional migra­tion, and the nation-​state. Iden­ti­ties Global Stud­ies In Cul­ture And Power, 7(4), 539−−582.

Freed­man, J. (ed.): Gen­der and Inse­cu­rity: Migrant Women in Europe (Alder­shot: Ash­gate, 2003).

Gabac­cia, D. (1994). From the other side (1st ed.). Bloom­ing­ton: Indi­ana Uni­ver­sity Press.

Gabac­cia, D., & Iacov­etta, F. (2002). Women, gen­der and transna­tional lives (1st ed.). Toronto: Uni­ver­sity of Toronto Press.

Grassi, M. (1998). O Papel da Mul­her Empresária Angolana no Desen­volvi­mento do País: Empresárias de Luanda e Benguela. Econo­mia Global e Gestão, Vol. III (1÷2), 209226.

Grassi, M. (2001). A Questão do Género no Sec­tor Infor­mal em Cabo Verde: Estudo sobre Rabidantes do Mer­cado Sucu­pira na Ilha de San­ti­ago. Africana Stu­dia, 4, 732.

Grassi, M. (2001). Género, desigual­dades e desen­volvi­mento na África sub­sar­i­ana: o caso de Angola. Afriche e Ori­enti, 1, 117.

Grassi, M. (2003). Rabidantes: Comér­cio Espon­tâ­neo Transna­cional em Cabo Verde. Lis­bon and Praia: ICS/​Spleen

Grassi, M. (2006). For­mas migratórias: casar com o pas­s­aporte no espaço Schen­gen: Uma intro­dução ao caso de Por­tu­gal. Etno­grá­fica, 10 (2), 283−−306.

Grassi, M. (2007). Cabo Verde pelo Mundo: o Género na Diás­pora Cabo-​Verdiana. In Grassi, M. e Évora, I. (Eds.), Género e Migrações Cabo-​Verdianas (pp. 2364). Lis­bon: Imprensa de Ciên­cias Sociais.

Grassi, M. (2010). Forms of Famil­ial, Eco­nomic, and Polti­cal Asso­ci­a­tion in Angola Today. Lewis­ton: The Edwin Mellen Press

Grassi, M. (2011). Transna­tional lives, labor, and gen­der in the Cape Verde dias­pora. In Silva, C. e Fortes, C. (Eds.), As mul­heres em Cabo Verde: exper­iên­cias e per­spec­ti­vas (pp. 223239). Praia: UivCV /​CIGEF

Grassi, M. (2013). Intro­duzione. In Grassi, M., Giuf­frè, M. (Eds.), Vite (il)legali: migranti africani in Italia e in Por­to­gallo (pp. 920). Firenze: SEID

Grassi, M. (2013). Mobil­ità, ille­gal­ità e genere: Por­to­gallo e Italia a con­fronto. In Grassi, M., Giuf­frè, M. (Eds.), Vite (il)legali: migranti africani in Italia e in Por­to­gallo (pp. 2133). Firenze: SEID

Grassi, M.; Giuf­frè, M. (2013). Con­clu­sioni. In Grassi, M., Giuf­frè, M. (Eds.), Vite (il)legali: migranti africani in Italia e in Por­to­gallo (pp. 205216). Firenze: SEID

Grassi, M. (2014). “Mobil­ity, fam­ily, and gen­der: A transna­tional pproach”. Jour­nal for Edu­ca­tors, Teach­ers and Train­ers, Vol. 5(3), pp. 93104.

Grassi, M., & Évora, I. (2007). Género e migrações cabo-​verdianas (1st ed.). Lis­bon, Por­tu­gal: Imprensa de Ciências Sociais.

Grassi, M., Giuf­fré, M. (Eds.). (2013). Vite (il)legali: migranti africani in Italia e in Por­to­gallo. Firenze: SEID.

Grassi, Marzia, Vivet, Jeanne (2014) “Father­ing and Con­ju­gal­ity in Transna­tional Patch­work Fam­i­lies: the Angola/​Portugal case”, TLnet­work Work­ing paper Series nº5/​2014, http://​tlnet​work​.ics​.ul​.pt/​i​m​a​g​e​s​/​W​P​/​W​P​05​_​2014​.​p​d​f

Hondagneu-​Sotelo, P. (1994). Gen­dered tran­si­tions (1st ed.). Berke­ley, Calif.: Uni­ver­sity of Cal­i­for­nia Press.

Kof­man, E. (2000). Gen­der and inter­na­tional migra­tion in Europe (1st ed.). Lon­don: Routledge.Jolly, S., Bell, E., & Narayanaswamy, L. (2003). Gen­der and migra­tion in Asia (1st ed.). Brighton: BRIDGE.

Kof­man, E.: Gen­dered migra­tions and the glob­al­i­sa­tion of social repro­duc­tion and care: new dia­logues and direc­tions, in: Schrou­ver E./Yeo E. (eds.): Gen­der and Migra­tion in global, his­tor­i­cal and the­o­ret­i­cal per­spec­tive (New York/​London: Rout­ledge, 2009).

Kraler, A./Kofman, E./Kohli, M./Schmoll, C. (eds.): Gen­der, Gen­er­a­tions and the Fam­ily in Inter­na­tional Migra­tion (Ams­ter­dam, The Nether­lands: Ams­ter­dam Uni­ver­sity Press, 2012).

Mahler, S., & Pes­sar, P. (2001). Gen­dered geo­gra­phies of power: Ana­lyz­ing gen­der across transna­tional spaces. Tay­lor & Fran­cis.

Massey, D. (1994). Space, place, and gen­der (1st ed.). Min­neapo­lis: Uni­ver­sity of Min­nesota Press.

Maz­zu­cato, V., Ceb­o­tari, V., Veale, A., White, A., Grassi, M., Vivet, J. (2014). “Inter­na­tional Parental Migra­tion and the Psy­cho­log­i­cal Well-​being of Chil­dren in Ghana, Nige­ria, and Angola” in Social Sci­ence & Med­i­cine doi: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2014.10.058

Morokva­sic, M., Erel, U., & Shi­nozaki, K. (2002). Cross­ing bor­ders and shift­ing bound­aries (1st ed.). Opladen: Leske + Budrich.

Nancy F. Cott, Inter­sec­tion of Work and Fam­ily Life: His­tor­i­cal Arti­cles on Women’s Lives and Activ­i­ties (K.G. Saur 1992).

Nancy Foner, Gen­dered Tran­si­tions: Jamaican Women in New York and Lon­don, in In a New Land: A Com­par­a­tive View of Immi­gra­tion 156 (NYU Press 2005).

Nancy Foner, Immi­grant Women and Work, Then and Now, in In a New Land: A Com­par­a­tive View of Immi­gra­tion 89 (NYU Press 2005).

Par­reñas, R.S. (2000). “Migrant Fil­ip­ina domes­tic work­ers and the inter­na­tional divi­sion of repro­duc­tive labor”. Gen­der & Soci­ety August, 14, pp. 560-580.,

Pes­sar, P. R (2001). “Women’s Polit­i­cal Con­scious­ness and Empow­er­ment in Local, National, and Transna­tional Con­texts: Guatemalan Refugees and Returnees.” Iden­ti­ties: Global Stud­ies in Cul­ture and Power 7, 461500.

Pes­sar, P. R. (1995). “On the Home­front and in the Work­place: Inte­grat­ing Immi­grant Women into Fem­i­nist Dis­course.” Anthro­po­log­i­cal Quar­terly 68, 3747.

Pes­sar, P. R. (1986). “The Role of Gen­der in Domini­can Set­tle­ment in the United States.” Pp.273294 in Women and Change in Latin Amer­ica, edited by J. Nash and H. Safa. South Hadley, MA: Bergin and Garvey.

Pes­sar, P. R. (1999). “The Role of Gen­der, House­holds, and Social Net­works in the Migra­tion Process: A Review and Appraisal.” Pp 5370 in The Hand­book of Inter­na­tional Migra­tion, edited by C. Hirschman, P. Kasinitz, and J. DeWind. New York: Rus­sell Sage Foundation.

Rodrigues, P.; Grassi, M. (2013). Migranti e crim­i­nal­ità nella stampa por­togh­ese. In Grassi, M., Giuf­frè, M. (Eds.), Vite (il)legali: migranti africani in Italia e in Por­to­gallo (pp. 185204). Firenze: SEID

Sassen, S. (1991). The Global City: New York, Lon­don, Tokyo. Prince­ton, NJ: Prince­ton Uni­ver­sity Press.

Sassen, S. (1996). Toward a Fem­i­nist Ana­lyt­ics of the Global Econ­omy. Indi­ana Jour­nal of Global Legal Stud­ies 4, 741.

Sassen, S. (2000). “Women’s Bur­den: Counter-​geographies of Glob­al­iza­tion and the Fem­i­niza­tion of Sur­vival.” Jour­nal of Inter­na­tional Affairs 53, 503524.

Sylvia H. Chant & Cathy McIl­waine, Gen­der and Sex Work, in Women of a Lesser Cost: Female Labour, For­eign Exchange, and Philip­pine Devel­op­ment 211 (Pluto Press 1995).

Zon­tini, E. (2010). Transna­tional fam­i­lies, migra­tion and gen­der: Moroc­can and Fil­ipino women in Bologna and Barcelona. New York: Berghahn Books.