The Routledge Handbook on Spaces of Urban Politics. 2018
[...] The chapter will be start out with a brief review of relevant academic scholarship on domestic work, with a particular focus on how this literature has framed domestic worker mobilities, on the one hand, and the role of the urban, on the other. We will describe two cases drawn from a comparative research project on citizenship and domestic worker organisation in urban Indonesia, and discuss what these findings tell us about the possibilities for the political organisation of domestic workers in the country.
This is an accepted version of a chapter published in The Routledge Handbook on Spaces of Urban Politics (2018), Edited By Kevin Ward, Andrew E. G. Jonas, Byron Miller, David Wilson.