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Susan B. Tiano
Office: Latin American and Iberian Institute, 801 Yale NE
globalization and gender; gender and labor in the Mexican maquiladoras; Human trafficking on the U.S.-Mexico border
Susan Tiano and Moira Murphy (eds.), Border-Line Slavery: Mexico, the United States, and the Human Trade, London:Ashgate Press, September 2012.
Susan Tiano, Patriarchy on the Line: Gender, Labor, and Ideology in the Mexican Maquila Industry, Temple University Press, 1994.
Vicki Ruiz and Susan Tiano (eds.), Women on the United States-Mexico Border: Responses to Change, Boston: Allen and Unwin, Inc., 1987. Reprinted (Thematic Studies in Latin America) London: Routledge Chapman & Hall, 1996.
Susan Tiano and Moira Murphy, “Gender Matters in Maquila Employment Trends: The Case of Cd. Juarez,” Journal of Latino- Latin American Studies, Volume 3, Number 3 (Spring 2009) pp. 19-37.
Susan Tiano, “The Changing Gender Composition of the Maquiladora Work Force along the U.S.-Mexico Border,” in Doreen J. Mattingly and Ellen R Hansen (eds.) Women and Change at the U.S.-Mexico Border: Mobility, Labor, and Activism, Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2006, pp. 73-90.