This video is part of a really interesting series produced by The School of Life.
Tag Archive for ‘men’
Call for chapters Masculinity, Labour and Neoliberalism: Working-Class Men in Global Perspective Editor: Charlie Walker, University of Southampton, UK The social position of working-class men across the Western world has been transformed in recent decades. In material terms, the replacement… Read More ›
An excellent article in the New York Times tells the story of Wall Street Mothers and Stay-Home Fathers, revealing some of the many invisible factors that slow women down on the labour market – by Jodi Kantor and Jessica Silver-Greenberg.
Let’s take the example of historians. How equal are their career paths of women and men historians, our fellow social scientists (humanities scholars)? According to Alexis Coe, writer and journalist based in San Francisco, being married helps professors, but only… Read More ›
In 2007-2009, I did over 50 interviews with Bulgarian maritime workers. I wanted to study the post-socialist transformations of institutions and practices of maritime labour – and how those changes affected the working lives of seafarers and other maritime workers…. Read More ›