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Sexe et villes: la prostitution à l'ère des migrations mondiales

@inproceedings{Robinson2006SexeEV,
  title={Sexe et villes: la prostitution {\`a} l'{\`e}re des migrations mondiales},
  author={Lillian S. Robinson},
  year={2006}
}
issue for Lillian. As an immigrant labourer herself, she faced restrictions on her employment while in Canada, and felt limited in her political activities by her status. She experienced repeated official obstacles and delays in pursuing her application for permanent residence in Canada. At the time this article was written, she had been forced into a struggle with Concordia’s administration, whose directors withdrew the offer of tenure with which she had been hired originally, and threatened… Expand
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