events

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October2021
BOOK LAUNCH: Gowri Vijayakumar
At risk: Indian sexual politics and the global AIDS crisis
1 – 2pm BSTvia Teams; email annalisa.fagan@kcl.ac.uk

2021

Book Launch: Selma James Our Time is Now: Sex, Race, Class and Caring for People and Planet
For over sixty years, Selma James has been organizing from the perspective of unwaged women who, with their biological and …
Class and Social Reproduction: Interrogating Time Use Data for Clues
The literature on agrarian change in India has largely employed class categories based upon data on land, assets and occupational …
Webinar on the Trafficking in Persons (Prevention, Care and Rehabilitation) Bill
We have recently made a submission to the Ministry of Women and Child Development on the Trafficking in Persons (Prevention, …
From Reproducing Labor Power to Reproducing our Struggle: A Strategy for a Revolutionary Feminism
Speaker: Professor Silvia Federici, Professor Emerita at Hofstra UniversityChair and Moderator: Professor Sanita Sen, Vere Harmsworth Professor of Imperial and Naval History, …
Social reproduction as method: pandemic neoliberalism, and reproductive crises of work, life and death
June 2021 – Dr Alessandra Mezzadri is a Senior Lecturer in Development Studies at SOAS and holds degrees in Economics …
Universally Invisible: Domestic Workers in India
May 2021 – Avani Chokshi is an Advocate and a member of the Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) Liberation. SEMINAR …
Marshall Plan for Moms: A Conversation with Reshma Saujani
April 2021 – Reshma Saujani, Founder and CEO of Girls Who Code.
Care work without care workers: The vulnerability of India’s women community health volunteers
Jan 2021  How does volunteerism shape the experience of paid care workers in the state? Vrind Marwah discusses vulnerabilities and …
Debates For and Against Wages for Housework
6th March 2021   Indian women spend a disproportionately high number of daily hours on unpaid domestic and care work when …
Symposium on Wages for Housework
4 – 6th March 2021  Women in India spend up to 352 minutes per day on domestic work which is …

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