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Gender, Work and Organization

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Volume 28, issue S1, 2021

Excuse me, sir?: A critical race theory (hair) chronicle pp. 1-5 Downloads
Chelesea Lewellen and Jeremy W. Bohonos
Fighting racism within ourselves — Even when you have carried your mixed‐race children in your womb pp. 6-13 Downloads
Nathalie Clavijo
Restroom restrictions: How race and sexuality have affected bathroom legislation pp. 14-20 Downloads
Tynslei Spence‐Mitchell
Open letter to the (light) brown‐skinned woman in my neighborhood pp. 21-23 Downloads
Kimberly D. Nettles‐Barcelón
Mobilizing betrayal: Black feminist pedagogy and Black women graduate student educators pp. 24-38 Downloads
ArCasia D. James‐Gallaway and Francena F. L. Turner
Making Black Lives Matter in academia: A Black feminist call for collective action against anti‐blackness in the academy pp. 39-57 Downloads
Myrtle P. Bell, Daphne Berry, Joy Leopold and Stella Nkomo
Marginalized to double marginalized: My mutational intersectionality between the East and the West pp. 58-65 Downloads
Amal Abdellatif
Dual‐earner parent couples’ work and care during COVID‐19 pp. 66-79 Downloads
Lyn Craig and Brendan Churchill
A Brazilian pandemia/monium: A researcher’s search for a ‘New Normal’ pp. 80-88 Downloads
Magdalena Cortese Coelho
Reflections on front‐line medical work during COVID‐19 and the embodiment of risk pp. 89-100 Downloads
Emily Yarrow and Victoria Pagan
COVID‐19 and the gender gap in work hours pp. 101-112 Downloads
Caitlyn Collins, Liana Christin Landivar, Leah Ruppanner and William J. Scarborough
Care and community revalued during the COVID‐19 pandemic: A feminist couple perspective pp. 113-121 Downloads
Swati Vohra and Mandeep Taneja
Navigating uncertainty, employment and women’s safety during COVID‐19: Reflections of sexual assault resistance educators pp. 122-136 Downloads
Margaret Janse van Rensburg and Holly Smith
Freedom or money? The dilemma of migrant live‐in elderly carers in times of COVID‐19 pp. 137-150 Downloads
Chiara Giordano
Virus interruptus: An Arendtian exploration of political world‐building in pandemic times pp. 151-162 Downloads
Rita A. Gardiner and Katy Fulfer
Equalities in freefall? Ontological insecurity and the long‐term impact of COVID‐19 in the academy pp. 163-167 Downloads
Katharine A.M. Wright, Toni Haastrup and Roberta Guerrina
Chaos ruined the children’s sleep, diet and behaviour: Gendered discourses on family life in pandemic times pp. 168-182 Downloads
Auður Magndís Auðardóttir and Annadís G. Rúdólfsdóttir
Opposing the toxic apartheid: The painted veil of the COVID‐19 pandemic, race and racism pp. 183-189 Downloads
Grace Gao and Linna Sai
COVID‐19 as a breakdown in the texture of social practices pp. 190-208 Downloads
Michela Cozza, Silvia Gherardi, Valeria Graziano, Janet Johansson, Mathilde Mondon‐Navazo, Annalisa Murgia and Kim Trogal
Exist or exit? Women business‐owners in Bangladesh during COVID‐19 pp. 209-226 Downloads
Jasmine Jaim
(Dis)embodied encounters between art and academic writing amid a pandemic pp. 227-242 Downloads
Emmanouela Mandalaki and Ely Daou
The differential impact of COVID‐19 on the work conditions of women and men academics during the lockdown pp. 243-249 Downloads
T. Murat Yildirim and Hande Eslen‐Ziya
Brazilian housemaids and COVID‐19: How can they isolate if domestic work stems from racism? pp. 250-259 Downloads
Juliana Cristina Teixeira
The ethics of care and academic motherhood amid COVID‐19 pp. 260-265 Downloads
Karyn E. Miller
What COVID‐19 could mean for the future of “work from home”: The provocations of three women in the academy pp. 266-275 Downloads
Danielle L. Couch, Belinda O'Sullivan and Christina Malatzky

Volume 28, issue 2, 2021

Changing writing/writing for change pp. 449-455 Downloads
Katie Beavan, Benedikte Borgström, Jenny Helin and Carl Rhodes
How can I turn my feminist ethnographic engagement into words? A perspective on knowledge production inspired by Audre Lorde pp. 456-470 Downloads
Léa Dorion
Writing for survival (… and to breathe) pp. 471-480 Downloads
Caroline Rodrigues Silva
With the margins: Writing subaltern resistance and social transformation pp. 481-496 Downloads
Devi Vijay, Shalini Gupta and Pavni Kaushiva
Writing grief, breathing hope pp. 497-505 Downloads
Nina Kivinen
Writing with rocks pp. 506-522 Downloads
Anu Valtonen and Alison Pullen
Client care strategies, stressors, and solutions in frontline anti‐trafficking work pp. 523-546 Downloads
Corinne Schwarz
Introduction to domestic violence, abuse, and coercive control for counselors: An evaluation of the impact of training pp. 547-557 Downloads
Leonor Rodriguez, Elizabeth Power and Evelyn Glynn
Volunteering masculinities in search and rescue work: Is there “a place for girls on the team”? pp. 558-574 Downloads
Sarah‐Louise Weller, Caroline A Clarke and Andrew D Brown
Context matters: Problematizing the policy‐practice interface in the enactment of gender equality action plans in universities pp. 575-593 Downloads
Caitríona Ní Laoire, Carol Linehan, Uduak Archibong, Ilenia Picardi and Maria Udén
“All are welcome here?”: Navigating race, class, gender, sexual orientation, age, and disability in American feminist coffeehouses of the 1970s and 1980s pp. 594-609 Downloads
Alex D. Ketchum
Job crafting as dynamic displays of gender identities and meanings in male‐dominated occupations pp. 610-625 Downloads
Ai Yu and Harishchandra Jyawali
“The King was pregnant”: Organizational studies and speculative fiction with Ursula K. Le Guin pp. 626-640 Downloads
Janet G. Sayers and Lydia A. Martin
Migration, service work, and masculinity in the global South: Private security guards in post‐socialist China pp. 641-655 Downloads
Susanne Y. P. Choi and Siran Li
Transformative events: Feminist experiments in writing differently pp. 656-671 Downloads
Veera Elina Kinnunen, Sandra Sinikka Wallenius‐Korkalo and Pälvi Marjaana Rantala
Career constructions and a feminist standpoint on the meaning of context pp. 672-700 Downloads
Charlotte M. Karam and Fida Afiouni
Interfaces of domestic violence and organization: Gendered violence and inequality pp. 701-721 Downloads
Tracy Wilcox, Michelle Greenwood, Alison Pullen, Anne O’Leary Kelly and Deborah Jones
Resistance and praxis in the making of feminist solidarity: A conversation with Cynthia Enloe pp. 722-734 Downloads
Ajnesh Prasad and Ghazal Zulfiqar
Chronicles of conflicting care in confinement: Documenting the work experiences of seven ‘patient zeros’ pp. 735-748 Downloads
Dide van Eck and Eline Jammaers
Leading through social distancing: The future of work, corporations and leadership from home pp. 749-767 Downloads
Elena P. Antonacopoulou and Andri Georgiadou
What life in favelas can teach us about the COVID‐19 pandemic and beyond: Lessons from Dona Josefa pp. 768-782 Downloads
Camilla Quental and Yuliya Shymko
COVID‐19 and the immediate impact on young people and employment in Australia: A gendered analysis pp. 783-794 Downloads
Brendan Churchill
The shadow pandemic: Inequitable gendered impacts of COVID‐19 in South Africa pp. 795-806 Downloads
Bianca Rochelle Parry and Errolyn Gordon
Towards a feminist parental ethics pp. 807-825 Downloads
Simon Kelly and Adele Senior
Women and burnout in the context of a pandemic pp. 826-834 Downloads
Maryam Aldossari and Sara Chaudhry
Searching for “home,” writing to find it: A reflective account on experiences of othering in life and academia in times of generalized crises pp. 835-848 Downloads
Emmanouela Mandalaki
Getting in and getting on in the youth labour market pp. 849-851 Downloads
Emily Rainsford
Redeeming leadership: An anti‐racist feminist intervention. Helena Liu Bristol, UK: Bristol University Press, 2020, 216 pp pp. 852-856 Downloads
Klara Regnö

Volume 28, issue 1, 2021

Reimagining value: A feminist commentary in the midst of the COVID‐19 pandemic pp. 1-7 Downloads
Banu Ozkazanc‐Pan and Alison Pullen
Radicalizing diversity (research): Time to resume talking about class pp. 8-23 Downloads
Laurence Romani, Patrizia Zanoni and Lotte Holck
‘There’s nowhere wonky left to go’: Gentrification, queerness and class politics of inclusion in (East) London pp. 24-38 Downloads
Olimpia Burchiellaro
Symbolic violence in embodying customer service work across the urban/rural divide pp. 39-53 Downloads
Vijayta Doshi
Critical race theory and working‐class White men: Exploring race privilege and lower‐class work‐life pp. 54-66 Downloads
Jeremy W. Bohonos
Learning the rules of the game: How is corporate masculinity learned and enacted by male professionals from nonprivileged backgrounds? pp. 67-84 Downloads
Andreas Giazitzoglu and Daniel Muzio
Twenty‐five years of Gender, Work and Organization: A bibliometric analysis pp. 85-118 Downloads
Aakanksha Kataria, Satish Kumar and Nitesh Pandey
Care for the self, overcompensation and bodily crafting: The work–life balance of disabled people pp. 119-137 Downloads
Eline Jammaers and Jannine Williams
Care work, gender inequality and technological advancement in the age of COVID‐19 pp. 138-154 Downloads
Julie MacLeavy
An uneven playing field: Experiences of female legal practitioners in Zimbabwe pp. 155-174 Downloads
Farai Maunganidze and Debby Bonnin
Social dominance, hypermasculinity, and career barriers in Nigeria pp. 175-194 Downloads
Toyin Ajibade Adisa, Chima Mordi, Ruth Simpson and Vanessa Iwowo
Managing menopause at work: The contradictory nature of identity talk pp. 195-214 Downloads
Belinda Steffan
Disciplined discourses: The logic of appropriateness in discourses on organizational gender equality policies pp. 215-230 Downloads
Nathalie Amstutz, Melanie Nussbaumer and Hanna Vöhringer
The Munchetty controversy: Empire, race, and the BBC pp. 231-247 Downloads
Yasmin Ibrahim and Anita Howarth
Everyday sexism and racism in the ivory tower: The experiences of early career researchers on the intersection of gender and ethnicity in the academic workplace pp. 248-267 Downloads
Dounia Bourabain
“I have turned into a foreman here at home”: Families and work–life balance in times of COVID‐19 in a gender equality paradise pp. 268-283 Downloads
Andrea Hjálmsdóttir and Valgerður S. Bjarnadóttir
Understanding, ownership, or resistance: Explaining persistent gender inequality in public services pp. 284-300 Downloads
Linda Colley, Sue Williamson and Meraiah Foley
Maneuvering within postfeminism: A study of gender equality practitioners in Danish academia pp. 301-317 Downloads
Ea Høg Utoft
The politics of gendered space: Social norms and purdah affecting female informal work in Dhaka, Bangladesh pp. 318-336 Downloads
Lutfun Nahar Lata, Peter Walters and Sonia Roitman
Rationalizing the postfeminist paradox: The case of UK women veterinary professionals pp. 337-360 Downloads
Lorna Treanor, Susan Marlow and Janine Swail
“The long arm of the household”: Gendered struggles in combining paid work with social and civil participation over the lifecourse pp. 361-378 Downloads
Jane Parry, Katherine Brookfield and Vicki Bolton
The inclusivity of inclusion approaches: A relational perspective on inclusion and exclusion in organizations pp. 379-396 Downloads
Laura Dobusch
The gender gap in wages over the life course: Evidence from a British cohort born in 1958 pp. 397-415 Downloads
Heather Joshi, Alex Bryson, David Wilkinson and Kelly Ward
Girl bosses, punk poodles, and pink smoothies: Girlhood as Enterprising Femininity pp. 416-438 Downloads
Anna Alexandersson and Viktorija Kalonaityte
Transnational migration and the new subjects of work: Transmigrants, hybrids and cosmopolitans pp. 439-442 Downloads
Vedran Omanović
Writing differently Alison Pullen, Jenny Helin and Nancy Harding (Eds.) Bingley, UK: Emerald, 2020, 248 pp., £75.00 pp. 443-445 Downloads
Ilaria Boncori
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