Abstract

Amid an ever-growing rate of economic migrant women who cross borders seeking better lives, cities around the globe are witnessing new instances of placemaking in markets, churches, clubs and community centers.Beirut is no bystander in this phenomenon as FMDWs from different countries form a new presence. Drawing from feminist geography, urban anthropology and the anthropology of space and place, I propose an ethnographic mapping with the aim of analyzing how space is embodied by FMDWs.

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