My research examines the trajectories and lived experience of South Asian migrant domestic workers through the lens of precarity, liminal (il)legality and agency. I am also interested in a feminist IPE perspective on migration policy and labour laws, in the Indian and Sri Lankan context. My background is in political economy, graduating from the University of Warwick, UK (MA) and Stella Maris College, India (BA). I am also a Research Associate at the Centre for Development Studies, India and have worked on projects and published in the area of gendered migration flows and South-South migration in India, Saudi Arabia and UAE.
Keywords: Feminist IPE; migration and transnationalism; labour migration; migration policies; reproductive labour; precarious work