c) General references on gender and class or work

Introductions and overviews

Kimmel, Michael S. (2011). Separate but Unequal: The gendered world of work. In The Gendered Society. New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press, 4th edition.

Lips, Hilary. (2013). The Gendered Workplace. Chapter 4 in Gender: The Basics. Routledge.

Wharton, Amy S. (2004). Work and Family as Gendered Institutions. Chapter 4 in The Sociology of Gender: An introduction to theory and research. Malden, MA: Blackwell.


Socialist feminist texts

Short introductions

Beasley, Chris. (1999). What is feminism, anyway? Understanding contemporary feminist thought. Sydney: Allen & Unwin. (See Chapter 5, “Starters on the feminist menu: liberal, radical and Marxist/socialist feminisms”)

Bryson, Valerie. (2003). Feminist Political Theory: An Introduction. (2nd edition) Hampshire: Macmillan. Includes;
The Contribution of Marx and Engels.
Socialist Feminism in Britain and the United States.
Marxist Feminism in Germany.
Marxist Feminism in Russia.
Marxist and Socialist Feminism from the 1960s.

Hennessy, R. (2014). Thinking sex materially: Marxist, socialist, and related feminist approaches. The SAGE Handbook of Feminist Theory, 308-326.

 Johnson, Allan G. (1997). The Gender Knot: Unraveling our Patriarchal Legacy. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. (See pp. 125-128)

Ramazanoglu, Caroline. (1989). Feminism and the Contradictions of Oppression. London & New York: Routledge. (See pp. 13-16, and Chapter 5)


Further works

Amirault, J. (2020). A Political Strategy for the Liberation of Women: Socialist Feminist Political Practice (Doctoral dissertation, Carleton University).

Benn, M. (2013). After postfeminism: Pursuing material equality in a digital age. Juncture, 20(3), 223-227.

Bernstein, R. J. (2017). From socialist feminism to the critique of global capitalism. In Feminism, Capitalism, and Critique (pp. 17-41). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

Bhavnani, K., & Coulson, M. (1986). Transforming socialist feminism. Black British feminism: A reader, 59-62.

Brenner, J. (2014). 21st century Socialist-feminism. Socialist Studies/Études Socialistes.

Briskin, L. (1989). Socialist feminism: From the standpoint of practice. Studies in Political Economy, 30(1), 87-114.

Bryson, V. (1992). Modern Marxist and socialist feminism. In Feminist Political Theory (pp. 232-260). Palgrave, London.

Burnham, L., & Louie, M. C. Y. (1985). The impossible marriage: A Marxist critique of socialist feminism. Institute for Social and Economic Studies.

Cockburn, C. (1984). Trade unions and the radicalizing of socialist feminism. Feminist Review, 16(1), 43-46.

Connolly, C., Segal, L., Barrett, M., Campbell, B., Phillips, A., Weir, A., & Wilson, E. (1986). Feminism and Class Politics: A Round-Table Discussion. Feminist Review, 23(1), 13-30.

Eisenstein, Z. (2019). Abolitionist Socialist Feminism: Radicalizing the Next Revolution.

Eisenstein, Zillah. (ed.). (1979). Capitalist Patriarchy and the Case for Socialist Feminism. New York: Monthly Review Press.

Epstein, B. (1980). Thoughts on socialist feminism in 1980. New Political Science, 1(4), 25-35.

Epure, M. (2014). Critically assess: the relative merits of liberal, socialist and radical feminism. Journal of Research in Gender Studies, 4(2), 514-519.

Ferguson, S. (1999). Building on the strengths of the socialist feminist tradition. Critical Sociology, 25(1), 1-15.

Fraser, Nancy. (1995). From Redistribution to Recognition? Dilemmas of Justice in a Post-Socialist Age. New Left Review, 212, July/August.

Froines, A. (1992). Renewing socialist feminism. Radical Society, 22(2), 125.

Froines, Ann. (1992). Renewing Socialist Feminism. Socialist Review. Vol 22, No. 2 (Also Reprinted in Feminism-Opposing Viewpoints Series, Greenhaven Press, 1995).

Gardiner, J. K. (2007). Socialist Feminism. The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, 1-2.

Gimenez, M. E. (2018). From Social Reproduction to Capitalist Social Reproduction. In Marx, Women, and Capitalist Social Reproduction (pp. 278-308). Brill.

Gordon, L. (2013, September). Socialist feminism: The legacy of the “second wave”. In New labor forum (Vol. 22, No. 3, pp. 20-28). Sage CA: Los Angeles, CA: SAGE Publications.

Gordon, L. (2016). ‘Intersectionality’, Socialist Feminism and Contemporary Activism: Musings by a SecondWave Socialist Feminist. Gender & History, 28(2), 340-357.

Hansen, Karen V., and Ilene J. Philipson. (eds.). (1990). Women, Class and the Feminist Imagination: A Socialist-Feminist Reader. Philadelphia Temple.

Harriss, K. (1989). New alliances: Socialist-feminism in the eighties. Feminist Review, 31(1), 34-54.

Hartmann, Heidi. (1981). The Unhappy Marriage of Marxism and Feminism: Towards a More Progressive Union. In Lydia Sargent,. (ed.). Women and Revolution: A Discussion of the Unhappy Marriage of Marxism and Feminism. Boston: South End Press, pp. 1-41.

Haug, F. (1991). The end of socialism in Europe: a new challenge for socialist feminism?. Feminist Review, 39(1), 37-48.

Holmstrom, Nancy. (ed.) (2002). The Socialist Feminist Project: A Contemporary Reader in Theory and Politics. Monthly Review Press.

Jaggar, A. (1995). The politics of socialist feminism. Feminism and philosophy: essential readings in theory, reinterpretation, and application, 299-325.

Littler, J., & Fraser, N. (2015). The fortunes of socialist feminism. Soundings, 58(58), 21-33.

Martin, G. (1986). Socialist Feminism: The First Decade, 1966-76. Red Letter Press.

Meulenbelt, A., Outshoorn, J., Sevenhuijsen, S., & De Vries, P. (Eds.). (1984). A Creative Tension: Key Issues of Socialist-Feminism. South End Press.

Meulenbelt, Anja. (ed.). (1984). A Creative Tension: Key Issues of Socialist-Feminism. Trans. Della Couling.

Naiman, Joanne. (1996). Left Feminism and the Return to Class. Monthly Review: An Independent Socialist magazine, 48(2), June.

Spakowski, N. (2018). Socialist Feminism in Postsocialist China. positions asia critique, 26(4), 561-592.

Stewart, P. J. (2014). Socialist feminism. The encyclopedia of political thought, 3503-3507.

Taylor, B. (2016). 19 Socialist Feminism: Utopian or Scientific?. People's History and Socialist Theory (Routledge Revivals), 158.

Vogel, L. (1995). Woman questions: Essays for a materialist feminism. Psychology Press.


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Acker, Joan. (1990). Hierarchies, Jobs, Bodies: A Theory of Gendered Organizations. Gender & Society, 4(2): 139-158.

Acker, Joan. (2004). Gender, Capitalism and Globalisation. Critical Criminology, 30: 17–41.

Acker, Joan. (2006). Class Questions, Feminist Answers. Lanham, MA: Rowman & Littlefield, 2006.

Acker, Joan. (2006). Inequality Regimes: Gender, Class, and Race in Organizations. Gender Society, 20(4): 441-464.

Adair, V. C. (2005). Class Absences: Cutting Class in Feminist Studies. Feminist Studies, 31(3): 575.

Adkins, Lisa. (ed). (1994). Gendered Work: Sexuality, Family and the Labour Market. Buckingham: Open University Press.

Australian Bulletin of Labour. (2007). v. 33 no. 2;
Baird, Marian, and Gillian Whitehouse / Taking care: work and family policy issues for Australia (129-133).
Diamond, Chris; Marian Baird, and Gillian Whitehouse / Maternity leave and return to work in Australia: accessibility and use in a state utility (134-157).
Charlesworth, Sara / Paid maternity leave in ‘best practice’ organisations: introduction, implementation and organisational context (158-179).
Chalmers, Jenny, and Trish Hill / Marginalising women in the labour market: ‘wage scarring’ effects of part time work (180-201).
Hill, Elizabeth / Budgeting for work life balance: the ideology and politics of work and family policy in Australia (226-245).
Himmelweit, Sue / The right to request flexible working: a ‘very British’ approach to gender (in)equality? (246-263).

Australian Journal of Labour Economics, v.6 no.4, December 2003;
Women’s work in Australia: trends, issues and prospects / Preston, Alison; Burgess, John.
‘I mean, you want to be there for them’: Young Australian professionals negotiating careers in a gendered world / Reed, Rosslyn; Allen, Margaret; Castleman, Tanya; Coulthard, Darryl.
Training and career experiences of women part-time workers in a finance sector organisation: persistent remnant of the ‘Reserve Army’? / Whittard, Jenny.
The overlap of the federal sex discrimination and industrial relations jurisdictions: intersections and demarcations in conciliation / Charlesworth, Sara.
Women, wages and industrial agreements / Whitehouse, Gillian; Frino, Betty.
Determinants of Australian mothers’ employment: an analysis of lone and couple mothers / Gray, Matthew; Qu, Lixia; de Vaus, David; Millward, Christine.
The labour force participation of married mothers: a tale of international catch-up / Mumford, Karen; Parera-Nicolau, Antonia.
The evolution of occupational gender segregation in Australia: measurement and interpretation / Watts, Martin.

Bacchi, C., Eveline, J., Binns, J., Mackenzie, C & Harwood, S. (2006) Gender Analysis and Social Change: Testing the Water. Policy and Society, Vol 24 No. 4, 2005, pp. 45-68.

Barker, Drucilla K., and Susan F. Feiner. (2004). Liberating Economics. Feminist Perspectives on Families, Work, and Globalization. University of Michigan Press.

Bastalich, W., S. Franzway, J. Gill, J. Mills and R. Sharp (2007). Disrupting Masculinities: Women Engineers and Engineering Workplace Culture. Australian Feminist Studies, 22(54): 385 - 400.

Baxter, Janeen et.al. (eds.). (1991). Class Analysis and Contemporary Australia.

Baxter, Janeen, and Diane Gibson. (1990). Double Take: The Links Between Paid and Unpaid Work. Canberra: AGPS

Baxter, Janeen. (2000). The Glass Ceiling Hypothesis: A Comparative Study of the United States, Sweden, and Australia. Gender & Society, 14(2): 275-294

Bihagen, E. (2008). Does Class Matter Equally for Men and Women?: A Study of the Impact of Class on Wage Growth in Sweden 1999--2003. Sociology, 42(3): 522-540.

Bishu, S. G., & Alkadry, M. G. (2017). A systematic review of the gender pay gap and factors that predict it. Administration & Society, 49(1), 65-104.

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Bradley, Harriet. (1999). Gender and Power in the Workplace. Macmillan.

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Bryson, Valerie. (1998). Women, ‘Race’ and Class. In Feminist Debates: Issues of Theory and Political Practice. Macmillan.

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