Tag: Feminism

The Out of Body Experience: Contradictions for Feminism

Dorothy Smith
Reaffirming a Sociology for Women
October 11, 1993, 3:30PM, 8417 Social Sciences
The 'Out-of-Body' Experience
October 13, 1993, 3:30PM, 8417 Social Science
Seminar for Students and Faculty
October 14, 1993, 12:20PM, 8108 Social Science

Investigating Feminist Performance

Peggy Phelan
Reproducing Anna O: The Legacy of Psychoanalysis
November 15, 1993, 3:30PM, 8417 Social Sciences
Playing Dad in Stone: The Disinternment of the Rose Theater
November 17, 1993, 3:30PM, 8417 Social Science
Seminar for Students and Faculty
November 18, 1993, 12:20PM, 8108 Social Science

Latin American Feminisms' Movements Into the 21st Century

Sonia Alvarez
"Beyond the Boom? NGOs in Latin American Feminisms' Past, Present, and Possible Future"
April 8, 2003, 3:30PM, 206 Ingraham
"Encountering Latin American Feminisms"
April 9, 2003, 3:30PM, 8417 Social Science
Seminar for Students and Faculty
April 10, 2003, 12:20PM, 8108 Social Science

    Sonia E. Alvarez is Associate Professor of Politics at the University of California at Santa Cruz.  She is the author or co-author of four books, including Engendering Democracy in Brazil, The Making of Social Movements in Latin America, Cultures of Politics/Politics of Cultures, and Contentious Feminisms (forthcoming). Her writings on feminisms, social movements, and democratization have appeared in Signs, Feminist Studies, Revista Estudos Feministas, Estudios Latinoamericanos, International Feminist Journal of Politics, Debate Feminista, Meridians, Revista Mora, and several edited collections and movement publications..

The Feminist Compass

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Nancy Folbre
"The Capitalist Trajectory"
Wednesday, February 23, 4pm, 206 Ingraham Hall
"The Socialist Imaginary"
Thursday, February 24, 12:20pm, location to be announced

This visit is part of an eight part series titled "RENEWING SOCIALISM FOR THE 21st CENTURY: ALTERNATIVES TO CAPITALISM AND HOW TO GET THERE"

NANCY FOLBRE is Professor of Economics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Her research explores the interface between political economy and feminist theory, with a particular emphasis on the value of unpaid care work. In addition to numerous articles published in academic journals, she is the author of Greed, Lust, and Gender: A History of Economic Ideas (Oxford, 2009), Valuing Children: Rethinking the Economics of the Family (Harvard, 2009), Who Pays for the Kids?: Gender and the Structures of Constraint (Routledge, 1994) and co-editor, with Michael Bittman, of Family Time: The Social Organization of Care (Routledge, 2004). Books she has written for a wider audience include Saving State U (New Press, 2010); The Field Guide to the U.S. Economy (with James Heintz and Jonathan Teller-Elsberg, New Press, 2006 and earlier editions), The Invisible Heart: Economics and Family Values (New Press, 2001), and The War on the Poor: A Defense Manual (with Randy Albelda, New Press, 1996). She currently coordinates a working group on care work sponsored by the Russell Sage Foundation. You can read her regular contribution to the New York Times Economix Blog at http://economix.blogs.nytimes.com/author/nancy-folbre/

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