(OPE-L) Gender and Work call for papers

From: gerald_a_levy (gerald_a_levy@MSN.COM)
Date: Fri Jan 16 2004 - 16:25:29 EST

Gender and Work call for papers

Special Issue of Capital and Class: Gender and Work

Call for Papers
The first issue of Capital and Class appeared in 1977, a period of massive economic and political restructuring and - from the perspective of gender relations - flourishing political activity and research on gender and equal opportunities stimulated by the emergence of second-wave feminism in the 1960s.

A quarter of a century on, the theme of this special issue is 'Gender and Work'. Contributions of articles (around 7,000 words) or short polemics (maximum 3,000 words) are invited on the following topics: (a) gender, race and class differentiation in the workplace (b) women's collective action (c) gender mainstreaming and public policy (d) women's work and globalisation (e) historical change and/or continuity in gender relations.

All submissions will be read by three referees. The deadline for submissions is November 30th 2004. 

Contributions should be sent by email attachment to cseoffice@gn.apc.org and copied to Colette.fagan@man.ac.uk . If you do not have access to email, then contributions can be sent by post address to Capital and Class Editorial Committee, Conference of Socialist Economics, 25 Horsell Road, London N5 1XL. Contributions should include a cover sheet detailing your name, postal address, email address, telephone number and word count. Further guidance about how to prepare your manuscript are detailed in the 'Notes for contributors' published in each issue of Capital and Class and are also available on the CSE web site: http://www.cseweb.org.uk/

Guest editor
Colette Fagan
Department of Sociology
University of Manchester
Manchester M13 9PL, UK

Anna Melamed
CSE / Capital and Class
25 Horsell Road
London, N5 1XL

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