Maliha Safri

Office: 301 Lewis House
Phone: x3202



Title: Assistant Professor of Economics (2007)



Ph.D., Economics, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 2006

M.A. Economics 2002

B.A. Cum Laude, Knox College, 1997


Teaching Experience:

9/07 to present, Assistant Professor, Drew University

9/06-9/07 Assistant Professor, Knox College

9/05-12/05 Research Fellow, Five College Women's Studies Center, Mount Holyoke, MA


Specialties: Political Economy, Migration, Subjectivity, Race, Class, and Gender


Selected Publications:


"The Global Household: Toward a Feminist and Noncapitalist Political Economy" (Signs, Forthcoming, co-authored with Julie Graham)

"Re/membering Twenty years of Rethinking Marxism: an Interview with David Ruccio and Jack Amariglio" co-written with Kenan Ercel, and S. Charusheela. Rethinking Marxism 20(4) 2008

"Transition and Development in India" Rethinking Marxism 19(1) 2007

"Dreaming Big: Democracy in the Global Economy" (with Eray Duzenli) Rethinking Marxism 16(4) 2004

Book Chapters:

"Economic Effects of Remittances on Immigrant and Non-immigrant Households" Forthcoming chapter in Class Struggle on the Home Front: Work, Exploitation, and Conflict in the Household. Edited by Graham Cassano, December 2009.


Professional Experience: coming soon



Five College Women's Studies Research Associateship, Mount Holyoke, MA (2005-2006)

Solomon Barkin Award for Excellence in Labor Research (2004)

Political Economy Research Institute Dissertation Fellowship, University of Massachusetts, Amherst (2003)

Ford Fellowship (1996)