Award-winning historian and author

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Aimee Loiselle, PhD, studies the modern U.S. as a hub for transnational labor and capital with an interest in working women, gender, race, and class. She sees global capitalism as a system always in flux, under pressure from multiple sources, including the activities and demands of workers. Aimee is particularly interested in this history since 1970. She also explores how popular culture has depicted working women and globalization, with attention to culture as a site of contest over who gets to make the meanings for work, migration, and wealth.

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