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Revaluing Care
in the Global Economy

Global Perspectives on Metrics, Governance, and Social Practices

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Where Great Minds Unite

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Lectures. Networking. Workshops. Conferences.

A PRESTIGIOUS LIST OF OVER 30 
EXPERTS
A NETWORK REPRESENTING 16 
COUNTRIES

For the coming year, we will focus on two aspects of the Revaluing Care projects

An Open-Source Bibliography that included annotated and tagged entries related to care studies.  We hope that this will offer a useful resource for researchers, teachers, journalists, and policymakers wanted to get a handle on the debates in and contributions to the field.  We are currently offering course-development grants to any instructors who would like to incorporate annotation assignments into their classes in the 2022-23 academic year.

Working Papers seminar to showcase and provide feedback on emerging research in this area.  This seminar is particularly designed to provide support for independent, early-career, and underrepresented researchers. 

November 4, 2022, 11AM EDT

Heather Berg, "“If You’re Going to Be Beautiful, You Better Be Dangerous”:  Sex Worker Community Defense and the Search for a Useable Past"

Cinnamon Williams, "Home is Where the Labor Is: Building Domestic Skills with the Sisterhood of Black Single Mothers and the Third World Women’s Alliance" 

Commented by Kevin Mumford & Kathi Weeks 

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October 28, 2022, 4PM EDT

Kerry Woodward, "Touching and Caring in Vegetable Farming"

Commented by Christian C. Lentz and Saskia Cornes 

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October 14, 2022, 11AM EDT

Shiba Desor, "Caring for More-Than Human Worlds: Rewards, Strains, Infrastructures"

Commented by R. Umamaheshwari  and Suzanne Bergeron

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September 16, 2022, 11AM EDT

Samia Akhter-Kahn, "Unpaid productive activities and loneliness in later life: Results from the Indonesian Family Life Survey (2000-2014)"

André Pinhel, "Racial Classification Categories and Health Inequities Studies in Brazil and USA"

Commented by Anne Allison & Deborah Jenson

 

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The full schedule of the 2022-2023 working paper series is here

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