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Publications of Kathi Weeks    :recent first  alphabetical  combined  by tags  bibtex listing:

Books

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

Book Chapters

  1. 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.
  2. Weeks, K. "Subject for a Feminist Standpoint." Marxism Beyond Marxism. Edited by Makdisi, S; Casarino, C; Karl, R. 1996.
  3. Weeks, K. "'Labor, Standpoints, and Feminist Subjects,' Selection from Constituting Feminist Subjects." The Feminist Standpoint Theory Reader. Edited by Harding, S. 2004. (Reprint)
  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. "Timely and Untimely Utopianism." Demand the Impossible: Science Fiction and the Utopian Imagination 2014: 248-250.
  6. Weeks, K. "Reencountering Marxist Feminism." Women's Oppression Today. Edited by Barrett, M; Barrett, M. August, 2014: ix-xix.  [abs]
  7. Jazwinski, SM; Yashin, AI. "Introduction."   vol. 40October, 2014: vii-xii.

Journal Articles

  1. 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.
  2. 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]
  3. 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]
  4. Weeks, K. "Pedagogies of the Common." Rethinking Marxism 22:3 (September, 2009): 458-462.
  5. Weeks, K. "The Critical Manifesto: Marx-Engels, Haraway, and Utopian Politics." Utopian Studies 24:2 (2013): 216-231.
  6. Weeks, K. "The Vanishing Dialectic: Shulamith Firestone and the Future of the Feminist 1970s." South Atlantic Quarterly  (2015).
  7. Weeks, K. "Introduction: The Politics of the Public Toilet." South Atlantic Quarterly 115:4 (October, 2016): 744-747. [doi]
  8. Schaap, A; Weeks, K; Maiguascha, B; Barvosa, E; Bassel, L; Apostolidis, P. "The politics of precarity." Contemporary Political Theory  (January, 2020). [doi]
  9. 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]
  10. Weeks, K. "Abolition of the family: the most infamous feminist proposal." Feminist Theory  (January, 2021). [doi]  [abs]
  11. Weeks, K; 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  (January, 2021). [doi]
  12. Weeks, K. "Always Historicize!." New Political Science 43:2 (January, 2021): 235-238. [doi]
  13. Weeks, K. "A discussion: Capitalist crisis and economic estrangement." Cultural Dynamics 33:3 (August, 2021): 253-256. [doi]

Other

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

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