This session builds on a strong set of sessions at the Feminist Geography conference hosted by the Université de Montréal, 2018. At that meeting, papers addressed economic justice, precarious work, and social reproduction. Kinship and debt in the organization of work and workers’ lives emerged as a central theme in these sessions, which included case studies on the London rental housing market; agrarian labour in Bengal and Tamil Nadu; ‘death care’ as work; automated elder care work in Japan; craft bloggers’ labour; and women bus conductors’ mobile workplaces in Delhi. The purpose of sessions at the AAG2019 is to further facilitate interventions from feminist economic geography to query the ‘future of work’.
|Presenter||Jamie Winders*, Syracuse University, Barbara Ellen Smith*, Virginia Tech, The Future of Work through the Lens of the Past: Early Feminist Economic Geography and the Politics of Inclusion||20||2:35 PM|
|Presenter||Nathaniel Lewis*, University of Southampton, Suzanne Mills, McMaster University, LGBTQ employment research and the degradation of work||20||2:55 PM|
|Presenter||Catherine Jampel*, Clark University, Disability employment as a value proposition in the professional workplace: Value stories for fair and foul weather||20||3:15 PM|
|Presenter||Valentina Castellini*, University of Toronto, On the phenomenon of meaningful jobs: How the social economy puts politics to work||20||3:35 PM|
|Presenter||Mukta Naik*, Centre for Policy Research, Eesha Kunduri, Centre for Policy Research, Navigating work, bargaining with patriarchy in India: Understanding women’s work in the small city||20||3:55 PM|
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