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Publications of Kathi Weeks    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  by tags  bibtex listing:

Books

  1. Weeks, K. The Problem with Work: Feminism, Marxism, Antiwork Politics and Postwork Imaginaries.  Duke University Press, 2011. (A John Hope Franklin Center Book)
  2. Jameson, F. The Jameson Reader.  edited by Hardt, M, ; Weeks, K BLACKWELL PUBLISHING, July, 2000: 408 pages.  [abs]
  3. Weeks, K. Constituting Feminist Subjects.  Ithaca: Cornell University, 1998.

Book Chapters

  1. Jazwinski, SM; Yashin, AI. "Introduction."   vol. 40October, 2014: vii-xii.
  2. Weeks, K. "Reencountering Marxist Feminism." Women's Oppression Today. Edited by Barrett, M; Barrett, M. August, 2014: ix-xix.  [abs]
  3. Weeks, K. "Timely and Untimely Utopianism." Demand the Impossible: Science Fiction and the Utopian Imagination 2014: 248-250.
  4. Weeks, K. "The Refusal of Work as Demand and Perspective." Resistance in Practice: The Philosophy of Antonio Negri. Edited by Murphy, T; Mustapha, A-K. 2005: 109-135.
  5. Weeks, K. "'Labor, Standpoints, and Feminist Subjects,' Selection from Constituting Feminist Subjects." The Feminist Standpoint Theory Reader. Edited by Harding, S. 2004. (Reprint)
  6. Weeks, K. "Subject for a Feminist Standpoint." Marxism Beyond Marxism. Edited by Makdisi, S; Casarino, C; Karl, R. 1996.
  7. Weeks, K. "Feminist Standpoint Theories and the Return of Labor." Marxism in the Postmodern Age: Confronting the New World Order. Edited by Callari, A; Biewener, C; Cullenberg, S. January, 1995.

Journal Articles

  1. Cole, A; Marasco, R. "Ask a political scientist: A conversation with kathi weeks about the politics of work and the work of political theory." Polity 53:4 (October, 2021): 743-752. [doi]
  2. Weeks, K. "A discussion: Capitalist crisis and economic estrangement." Cultural Dynamics 33:3 (August, 2021): 253-256. [doi]
  3. Weeks, K. "Abolition of the family: the most infamous feminist proposal." Feminist Theory  (January, 2021). [doi]  [abs]
  4. Weeks, K. "Always Historicize!." New Political Science 43:2 (January, 2021): 235-238. [doi]
  5. Weeks, K. "Anti/postwork feminist politics and a case for basic income." Triplec: Communication, Capitalism & Critique. Open Access Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society 18:2 (June, 2020): 575-594. [doi]  [abs]
  6. Schaap, A; Weeks, K; Maiguascha, B; Barvosa, E; Bassel, L; Apostolidis, P. "The politics of precarity." Contemporary Political Theory  (January, 2020). [doi]
  7. Weeks, K. "Introduction: The Politics of the Public Toilet." South Atlantic Quarterly 115:4 (October, 2016): 744-747. [doi]
  8. Weeks, K. "The Vanishing Dialectic: Shulamith Firestone and the Future of the Feminist 1970s." South Atlantic Quarterly  (2015).
  9. Weeks, K. "The Critical Manifesto: Marx-Engels, Haraway, and Utopian Politics." Utopian Studies 24:2 (2013): 216-231.
  10. Weeks, K. "Pedagogies of the Common." Rethinking Marxism 22:3 (September, 2009): 458-462.
  11. Weeks, K. ""Hours for What We Will": Work, Family, and the Movement for Shorter Hours." Feminist Studies 35:1 (Spring, 2009): 101-127. [Gateway.cgi]
  12. Weeks, K. "Life within and Against Work: Affective Labor, Feminist Critique, and Post-Fordist Politics." Ephemera: Theory & Politics in Organization 7:1 (February, 2007): 233-249.  [abs]
  13. Weeks, K. "Review of At the Heart of Freedom: Feminism, Sex, and Equality by Drucilla Cornell and Justice Interruptus: Critical Reflections on the "Postsocialist" Condition by Nancy Fraser." Signs 27:4 (2000): 1173-1176.

Other

  1. Weeks, K. "“Wanting Otherwise” and “Utopian Time,” roundtable contributions to the afterword." . Peter Lang, 2014.
  2. Weeks, K. "Imagining Non-Work." . 2013.
  3. Weeks, K. "A Brief Bibliography of Critical Feminist Responses to Postmodernism." . 1992.

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