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Introduction: Gendering Labour Law Judy Fudge, Emily Grabham
This special section of feminists@law is the outcome of a workshop, called ‘Gendering Labour Law’, held at Kent Law School on June 20 and 21, 2013. The workshop marked the first collaborative effort of participants in the nascent Gender Labour Law Research Network (GLLRN), which is being launched simultaneously with the publication of this collection. The GLLRN, the workshop and this special section emerge from a collaboration between Emily Grabham and Judy Fudge, supported by the Leverhulme Trust and Kent Law School, which is designed to cultivate feminist and critical labour law scholarship and research.
Preface Ann Stewart
Legal Constructions of Body Work Ann Stewart
Abject Labours, Informal Markets: Revisiting the Law’s (Re)Producti
Research Note: Bingo and Feminist Political Economy Kate Bedford
Research Note: Rethinking Feminist Engagements with the State and Wage Labour Donatella Alessandrini
Unpaid Care, Paid Work and Austerity: A Research Note Nicole Busby
The Strange Temporalities of Work-Life Balance Law Emily Grabham
Gender and the Idea of Labour Law Joanne Conaghan
Labour, Value and Precarity in the Age of Austerity: Measuring Labour and Rethinking Value Lisa Adkins (audio)
BDS as a Feminist Issue
It Is Our Belief That Palestine is a Feminist Issue…
Palestinian Feminist Critique and the Physics of Power: Feminists Between Thought and Practice
Bodies, Buses and Permits: Palestinians Navigating Care
Some Reflections on BDS and Feminist Political Solidarity
Feminism Then and Now Camille Kumar, with an Introduction by Sarah Keenan
Black and White: History of Racial Identity in Italy
The Contribution of Feminism to Contemporary Public Debates About Law
Nicola Barker, Sinead Ring, Maria Drakopoulou, Rosemary Hunter
The Policing and Prosecution of Rape: What Do We Know and How Should Our Knowledge Shape Policy and Practice?
Betsy Stanko, with Louise Ellison, Martin Hewitt and Harriet Wistrich