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Women who work: the limits of the Neoliberal feminist paradigm (2018)
Journal Article
ROTTENBERG, C. (2018). Women who work: the limits of the Neoliberal feminist paradigm. Gender, Work and Organization, doi:10.1111/gwao.12287. ISSN 0968-6673

This article examines Ivanka Trump's Women Who Work, arguing that it represents the newest permutation of the neoliberal feminist subject. After providing an overview of the recent emergence of neoliberal feminism, I explain why the book should be co... Read More about Women who work: the limits of the Neoliberal feminist paradigm.

Murder on the Kansas City Special? Pullman Porters, Emotions, and the Strange Case of J. H. Wilkins (2018)
Journal Article
Pearce, R. (2018). Murder on the Kansas City Special? Pullman Porters, Emotions, and the Strange Case of J. H. Wilkins. Journal of American Studies, 1-20. doi:10.1017/s0021875818000476

J. H. Wilkins, an African American railroad porter for the Pullman Company, was killed while on duty in April 1930. How he met his death has never been fully determined, but the Pullman Company’s investigation file exposes the dangerous and racialise... Read More about Murder on the Kansas City Special? Pullman Porters, Emotions, and the Strange Case of J. H. Wilkins.