MASAKO ISHII, NAOMI HOSODA, MASAKI MATSUO and KOJI HORINUKI (eds.): Asian Migrant Workers in the Arab Gulf States: The Growing Foreign Population and Their Lives (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2019)

  • Gennaro Errichiello Independent Scholar/Office for National Statistics (UK)
Keywords migrant labor, Arab Gulf, Asia, belonging
Keywords migrant labor, Arab Gulf, Asia, belonging

Author Biography

Gennaro Errichiello, Independent Scholar/Office for National Statistics (UK)

Gennaro Errichiello works for the Office for National Statistics (UK). He was awarded a full scholarship from Loughborough University where he earned his PhD in Social Sciences in 2018. He has worked as a research associate on a project studying the general UK elections (2017) and as a university teacher at Loughborough University (2017–2020). In 2011, Errichiello received a full scholarship from the European Social Fund to attend the Master of Science Program in Global Migration at Swansea University. Between 2003 and 2005, he worked as a research associate for the project “The Women in the Mediterranean,” created in collaboration with University of Naples–Federico II. In 2002, he graduated with a degree in sociology of the Muslim world from the University of Naples–L’Orientale. He has published articles in peer-reviewed journals and presented at many national and international conferences. 

References

Ishii, Masako, Naomi Hosoda, Masaki Matsuo, & Koji Horinuki, Eds. Asian Migrant Workers in the Arab Gulf States: The Growing Foreign Population and Their Lives. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2019. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004395404.
Published
2022-03-01