Marxism and Feminism: Revisiting and Extending the Dialogue

Toronto — 11 May 2012. Moderated by Rachel Manning. Presentations by: Sandra Rein, University of Alberta – Looking Back to See Ahead: Marx, Gender and What it Means to be Free Johanna Brenner, Portland State University – ‘The Uses of the Erotic’: Caring Labour, Heteronormativity and Capitalism Adrienne Roberts, Queen’s University – Business, Feminism and … Watch video »

Toronto — 11 May 2012.

Moderated by Rachel Manning. Presentations by:

  • Sandra Rein, University of Alberta – Looking Back to See Ahead: Marx, Gender and What it Means to be Free
  • Johanna Brenner, Portland State University – ‘The Uses of the Erotic’: Caring Labour, Heteronormativity and Capitalism
  • Adrienne Roberts, Queen’s University – Business, Feminism and the Reproduction of the Gender Relations of Financial Capitalism
  • Abigail Bakan, Queen’s University – Marxism vs Feminism?: Reflections on Epistemological Dissonance

These presentations were made at the Historical Materialism Conference at York University, Toronto, 11-13 May 2012.