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DegreesB.A. (Political Science) University of Philippines; M.A. (Asian Studies) University of Philippines; Ph.D. (History and Politics) University of Wollongong
ExpertiseGender, migration and citizenship, Globalization and development, Women and religion/spirituality
Research AreasTransitional Services of Live-in Caregivers in Alberta, Gender and Temporary Foreign Workers
Previous Research AreasGender, migration, and citizenship of Filipino women, Australia, Gender and labour migration, Gender, Religion and Migration: Pathways to Integration
BiographyGlenda Lynna Anne Tibe Bonifacio holds a BA in Social Sciences major in Political Science (magna cum laude, University of the Philippines); MA in Asian Studies (University of the Philippines); and a Ph.D. from the School of History and Politics, University of Wollongong, Australia in 2004.
2015. Migrant Domestic Workers and Family Life: International Perspectives (co-editor). New York: Palgrave Macmillan
2014. Gender and Rural Migration: Realities, Conflict and Change (editor). New York: Routledge
2013. Pinay on the Prairies: Filipino Women and Transnational Identities. Vancouver: UBC Press.
2012. Feminism and Migration: Cross-cultural Engagements (editor). The Netherlands: Springer
2010. Gender, Religion and Migration: Pathways of Integration (co-edited with Vivienne SM. Angeles). Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books.
2010. Five Daughters and a PhD: Pinay and Mothering in Canada. In Mothering Canada: Interdisciplinary Voices, eds. Shawna Geissler, Lynn Loutzenhiser, Jocelyne Praud, and Leesa Streifler, 181-191. Toronto: Demeter Press.
2009. Migration and Maternalism: (Re)Configuring Ruddick's Maternal Love. In Maternal Thinking: Philosophy, Politics, Practice, ed. Andrea O'Reilly, 160-172. Toronto: Demeter Press.
2009. Feminist Teaching of the Goddess in Southern Alberta: Students' Responses and Challenges. In Feminist Spirituality: The Next Generation, ed. Chris Klassen, 119-135. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
2009. Activism from the Margins: Filipino Marriage Migrants in Australia. Frontiers: A Journal of Women's Studies 30(3): 142-168.
2009. From Temporary Workers to Permanent Residents: Transitional Services for Filipino Live-in Caregivers in Southern Alberta. Our Diverse Cities: Prairies Region 6 (Spring): 136-149.
2008. I Care for You, Who Cares for Me? Transitional Services of Filipino Live-in Caregivers in Canada. Asian Women: Gender Issues in International Migration, 24(1): 25-50.
2005. Filipino Women in Australia: Practising Citizenship at Work, Asian and Pacific Migration Journal 14(3): 293-326.
2003. Becoming an Australian Citizen: A Total Buy-Out for the Filipina? Review of Women's Studies 13(1): 126-156.
In The Mediais Canadian Immigration a Charity? Lethbridge Herald, May 5, 2012, page A5
Protecting rights for future generations; Lethbridge Herald; October 19, 2006.
Research InterestsGender, Migration and Citizenship
Migration, Development and Globalization
Women, Religion and Activism
Current Research and Creative Activity
|Title||Location||Grant Information||Principal Investigator||Co Researchers|
|Gender and Religious Activism|
|Gender, Religion and Migration: Pathways to Integration|
|Transitional Services of Live-in Caregivers in Alberta||
Prairie Metropolis Centre, University of Alberta, $12,500, 2006-07.
||Glenda Bonifacio, University of Lethbridge|