Description: (Same as Asian American Studies M162, Chicana/o and Central American Studies M128B, and Labor Studies M143.) Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour. Examination of how gender, race, class, and citizenship status shape domestic labor in U.S. Examination of domestic worker experiences through film, fiction, and traditional scholarship. Investigation of why domestic work is in high demand, who employs domestic workers, and why immigrants and women of color make up large percentage of this workforce. Exploration of how domestic workers navigate pay and working conditions, and how they build community and family networks in shadows of their privileged employers. P/NP or letter grading.