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ISBE Gender and Enterprise Network (GEN) Enterprise and Diversity Research Cluster

Gender and Class at Work
2nd of March 2016

S102, 52 Pritchard Road

University of Birmingham

The Enterprise and Diversity Research Cluster at the Birmingham Business School is holding this ‘Gender and Class at Work’ workshop in collaboration with the ISBE Gender and Enterprise Network. The aim of this event is to place class at the centre of our understandings of gender and work, and analyse its intersections with other key socio-cultural relations. This interest follows the increasing awareness that inequalities related to class have been overlooked in the study of work, whilst other forms of social division such as gender or ethnicity have gained much more attention in the last decades. The aim of this workshop is to reflect upon how different class processes impact on gender structures, role and identities in large organisations or as entrepreneurs. This event will provide the space to discuss the sort of challenges the field is grappling with and why they are important. The keynote and discussion sessions will facilitate reflecting upon theoretical, conceptual and methodological to research gendered and classed experiences of work and enterprise.

Programme

9.30-09.45 Registration and refreshments

09.45-10.00 Welcome, Holly Birkett and Maria Villares

10.00-10.45 The ‘unhappy marriage’ revisited: gender, class and the recession, Harriet Bradley (University of the West England)

10.45-11.30 The intersection of class and gender in life course pathways to entrepreneurship, Julia Rouse (Manchester Metropolitan University) and Dilani Jayawarna (University of Liverpool)

11.30-12.00 Coffee/tea break

12.00-12.45 Austerity Measures and the Creation of ‘In-work-Poverty’: 3 Case Study Examples, Sara Nadin (University of Liverpool)

12.45.13.30 Gender, work and class: Female migrants’ narratives of social mobility and social status, Maja Cederberg (Oxford Brookes University)

13.30-14.15 Lunch

14.15. 16.00 Panel discussion around key questions: Is Class still a relevant concept? How do we understand/measure Class? How can we conceptualise the relationship between Gender, Class and Work? How does Class intersect with other inequalities at work?

Sue Marlow, University of Nottingham

Andreas Giazitzoglu, Newcastle University Business School

John Kitching, Kingston University

Natalia Vershinina, University of Birmingham

Chair: Monder Ram

16.00-16.30 Closing remarks

 

 

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