Gendering Covid-19: Economies of care and bodily integrity

Published: 17 May 2020

A collective essay

The Centre for Gender History (CGH) at the University of Glasgow, which hosts one of the largest concentrations of gender historians in the world, has over the years produced research which can shed light on gendered impacts of the current crisis, specifically in terms of economies of care, in intersections with social class and migration status, and in reproductive and sexual rights.

Part I - Economies of care

Part II - Intersectional approaches race, nationality, and social class

Part III - Bodily integrity reproductive freedom and gender-based violence

First published: 17 May 2020

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