ARTICLES & WRITINGS by NAZLI KIBRIA
For a complete list of publications, see Nazli Kibria's cv on department home page.
2011. "Working Hard for the Money: Bangladesh Faces Challenges of Large-Scale Labor Migration", August 2011 Migration Information Source
2011. “The Globalization-Family Nexus: Families as Mediating Structures of Globalization” Pp.243-50 in At the Heart of Work and Family: Engaging the Concepts of Arlie Russell Hochschild. eds, A. Garey and K. Hansen. Rutgers University Press. http://rutgerspress.rutgers.edu/acatalog/at_the_heart_of_work_and_family.html
2009. With Sonali Jain. “Cultural Impacts of Sisimpur, Sesame Street in Bangladesh: Views of Caregivers of Children in Rural Bangladesh”. Journal of Comparative Family Studies Vol. 40 (1): 57-75 http://soci.ucalgary.ca/jcfs/
2009. “Marry into a Good Family: Transnational Reproduction and Intergenerational Relations in Bangladeshi American Families”. In Across Generations: Immigrant Families in America ed. Nancy Foner. New York University Press. http://www.nyupress.org/books/book-details.aspx?bookId=1663
2008. “The New Islam and Bangladeshi Youth in Britain and the U.S.” Ethnic and Racial Studies Vol. 31, no.2: 243-266. http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~db=all~content=a780573669~frm=abslinko.
2009. Remembering Senator Kennedy. The Daily Star-Bangladesh. August 29th.
2008. Remembering my Father, Three Years Later. The Daily Star-Bangladesh. January 27th.
2006. Backstage. Contexts, Spring:78-79
2007. Justice Fatigue. The Progressive Bangladesh 29 May.
2006. “Ek bochor pore, amra kothay?” (One year later, where are we?) In Mridubhashan, January 27th
2005. Murder and Democracy in Bangladesh. Boston Globe, March 7th. Also appeared as “A Reign of Terror Spreads in Bangladesh” International Herald Tribune, March 9th. Translated into Bangla and appeared in Janakantha and Mridubhashan, March 15th
2005. Bangladesh’s Lurking Terror. Los Angeles Times, April 5th.