Dalit Baum and Merav Amir respond to the debate “Is BDS Feminist?” which arose after several academic and professional associations have voted to endorse BDSRead More
Rebecca Selberg explores how scholars have identified a tendency of both pro-choice and pro-life organizations to extend or transform frames by looking at the case of abortion in Sweden.Read More
Imane El-Rhomri & Mónica Domínguez-Serrano explore the challenges of integrating a gender analysis to food security measurements.Read More
Elaine Coburn describes and explains the emergence of femina economica, her characteristics and her origins in a transnational business discourse.Read More
Catherine Weiss asks, how can the specific nature of sexual abuse of domestic workers be understood, where the employer’s home is the workers’ workplace, and where not just sex but race, class, language, and citizenship status act to create unusually large power differentials between male employers and workers?Read More
Corrine L. Mason argues that DALYs are not only ableist, but reveal how the World Bank imagines women as “good investments” in market-based schemes with little consideration of their overall well-being.