Dr. Nanneke Winters
Key research interests
Migration, mobility and development; translocal livelihoods; intra-household carework; remittances; borders and border-crossings; illegalization of migrants; migrant skills and capabilities; refugees and minorities; intersectionality; multi-method, multi-sited and longitudinal research methodologies
Key research areas
Central America (Belize, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica); Ecuador; Spain
Winters & Mora Izaguirre (2019) Es cosa suya: entanglements of border externalization and African transit migration in northern Costa Rica.
Winters, N. (2018) Beyond the bird in the cage? Translocal embodiment and trajectories of Nicaraguan female migrants in Seville, Spain. Geoforum (in press).
Winters, N. (2016) Embedding remittances: A methodological note on financial diaries in Nicaragua. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie (Journal of Economic and Social Geography) 108 (2): 175-189.
Winters, N. (2014) Responsibility, mobility, and power: translocal carework negotiations of Nicaraguan families. International Migration Review 48 (2): 415-441.
Steel, G., N. Winters & C. Sosa (2011) Mobility, translocal development and the shaping of development corridors in (semi-)rural Nicaragua. International Development Planning Review 33 (4): 409-428.