Susanne Hofmann, University of Manchester
Suzanne is a PhD student in Latin American Studies at the University of Manchester. She is currently conducting a study on migrant sex workers at the US-Mexican border, looking at women’s strategies of managing spatial insecurity. Inspired by a governmentality approach, she also explores how women steer their bodies and emotions towards maximum productivity in a highly competitive sex industry. She has published a couple of articles about sex work in the context of migration. Susanne Hofmann is a graduate of the Free University of Berlin and her research interests are ethnography, ethics in research, transnational migration, bodies, sexuality, queer theory, neoliberal governance and entrepreneurial subjectivities.
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