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Tag: working women
What Contemporary Feminism Owes To Victorian Textile Workers in Glasgow
Women in the textile factories of 19th-century Glasgow faced terrible working conditions. In fighting for their rights, they prepared the ground for feminists today.
Book Review: An Invitation to Strengthen the Debate on Middle Class Working Women
In Nilanjana Bhowmick's, 'Lies Our Mothers Told Us: The Indian Woman’s Burden' the protagonists are middle-class women who have been lying to their daughters about 'having it all' with …
Work From or Work For Home? The Dual Burden on Women During the Pandemic
Research has shown that working women worldwide, especially mothers, spent more time doing household chores than the paid work done by their male counterparts.
International Women’s Day and Hollow Platitudes of Solidarity
Discount vouchers for shopping, grooming and dining are definitely not the cardinal concerns of gender equality struggles.
Women Have Always Been Negotiating Cities Tailored For Men
Access and exposure depend on mobility, which is – as is known to every woman in India – deeply gendered.
Lights, Camera, Scalpel: Saying Goodbye to a Lifetime of Work
A day before her 70th birthday, my surgeon mother retired from full-time work a second time, giving me a chance to reflect on my relationship with her and her …
Delhi Through the Eyes of Its Working Class Women
For most Indian women, 'women's safety' means a lot more than 'freedom from sexual assault and harassment'.