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Women Migrant Workers

Women Migrant Workers

Hebrew, as poet Yona Wallach put it, is a sex-crazed language. It is impossible to write about migrant workers in Hebrew without assigning them a gender. The masculine form, the supposedly unmarked gender, is often used as gender neutral. But since labor migration is becoming more and more feminized, and given that the case...
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