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Catherine Bryan is a social anthropologist and assistant professor at Dalhousie University's School of Social Work. She has an BSW and MSW from McGill, where her MSW thesis explored the experiences of flight and resettlement for unaccompanied and separated refugee children in Canada. Her PhD work, completed at Dalhousie, was a multi-sited ethnography detailing the production and reproduction of a small Filipino working class in rural Manitoba. Her work offers insight into the long-arm of capitalist political economy and the experiences and consequences of transnational projects of livelihood.