Mojca Pajnik is Senior Research Associate at the Peace Institute, Institute for Contemporary Social and Political Studies in Ljubljana, and Lecturer at the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana. Her research has addressed the theorizing of citizenship, integration, the politics of inclusion/exclusion, multiculturalism, gender inequity, the marketization of societies, and the field of media and communication. Her recent books include Contesting Integration, Engendering Migration: Theory and Practice, co-edited with F. Anthias (2014); Precarious Migrant Labour Across Europe, co-edited with G. Campani (2011); Prostitution and Human Trafficking: Perspectives of Gender, Labour and Migration (2008); and Alternative Media and the Politics of Resistance: Perspectives and Challenges, co-edited with J. D. H. Downing (2008). Floya Anthias is Professor of Sociology at the University of East London, Professor of Sociology and Social Justice (Emeritus) at the University of Roehampton, and Visiting Professor of Sociology at City University, London. Her theoretical and substantive research contributions have included theorising racism and ethnicity, theorising social divisions and stratification, diaspora and hybridity, narratives of identity and belonging, multiculturalism, the connections between multiculturalism and feminism, and women migrants in the labour market. Her publications include Contesting Integration, Engendering Migration: Theory and Practice, co-edited with M. Pajnik (2014); Paradoxes of Integration: Female Migrants in Europe, co-edited with M. Kontos and M. Morokvasic (2012); Rethinking Antiracisms: From Theory to Practice, co-edited with C. Lloyd (2002); Gender and Migration in Southern Europe: Women on the Move, co-edited with G. Lazaridis (2000), Racialised Boundaries, with N. Yuval Davis (1993); Ethnicity Class, Gender and Migration: Greek Cypriots in Britain (1992); and Woman, Nation, State, co-edited with N. Yuval Davis (1989).