We are delighted to announce that registrations for the 15th March Symposium in Cambridge are now OPEN!
To register for the Symposium please follow this link.
Tickets are £5 for BSA members and £15 for non-members.
Please ensure you provide details of any dietary requirements and accessibility needs.
Next week we will be meeting on Wednesday 13th, in the University of Cambridge Geography Department, Room HB 101 from 2-3pm. We will be reading:
Mignon Duffy’s 2007 paper: ‘Doing the Dirty Work: Gender, Race, and Reproductive Labor in Historical Perspective. In Gender & Society, 21 (3), pp.313–336.
You can access the article here.
Look forward to seeing you on Wednesday! Email us or follow @genderworkgroup on Twitter for updates.
This week we will be meeting on Wednesday 30th, in University of Cambridge Geography Department, Room HB 101 from 2-3pm. We will be reading:
- Nelson, J. A. (2016). Husbandry: a (feminist) reclamation of masculine responsibility for care. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 40 (1), pp.1–15. [Online]. Available at: doi:10.1093/cje/bev060.
- Wall, K. (2014). Fathers on leave alone: does it make a difference to their lives? Fathering, 12 (2), pp.196–210. [Online]. Available at: https://search.proquest.com/openview/ca422837d01d69e25ef631415ead6dd4/.
You can access the articles here and here.
Look forward to seeing you on Wednesday!
Deadline for submissions is 25th January 2019.
Kindly sponsored by the BSA’s Postgraduate Forum, we are excited to publish this call for papers for the Gender and Working Lives Early Career Symposium.
Human labour, both waged and non-waged, is central to the reproduction of society as a whole. This one day multi-disciplinary symposium at the University of Cambridge will showcase new scholarship exploring gendered perspectives on work and social reproduction. The symposium seeks to bring together emerging research under the broad theme of gender and working lives.
We welcome contributions exploring gender and work in relation to the following themes and beyond:
• Temporalities, work rhythms and generations.
• Diverse/marginal economies.
• Precarity and informality
• Global care chains and migration
• Embodiment and materialities
We especially invite submissions from early career scholars and welcome sociological papers as well as contributions from across the social sciences including interdisciplinary work.
Submissions should include a 250-300 word outline of the 20-minute paper and a brief biography of the presenter. We also welcome proposals for fully formed panels.
We also invite submissions of posters featuring relevant research, to be displayed at the symposium.
Please email submissions and enquiries to Jules Allen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We made a website! 🙂
In 2019 we are excited to be holding our first conference on Gender and Working Lives, kindly sponsored by the British Sociological Association’s Postgraduate Forum.
We will be showcasing emerging research under the broad theme of gender and working lives, with a focus on Postgraduate and Early Career work.
15th March 2019, University of Cambridge
The Gender and Working Lives Research Group at the University of Cambridge are delighted to announce an early career symposium.
This multidisciplinary one-day symposium will showcase new scholarship exploring gendered perspectives on work and social reproduction.
The symposium will host an exciting keynote speaker as well as an early career network workshop with the Women’s Budget Group.
Sponsored by the British Sociological Association
Follow the Gender and Working Lives Group on Twitter: @GenderWorkGroup