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(2001). Luce Irigaray, Entrustment and Rethinking Strategic Organizing.
(Critical Management Conference, Manchester, England, 2001)
Why are women and women’s needs persistently marginalized, even in projects designed to alleviate that? Why has there been such difficulty in translating the rhetoric of women’s right to shape society into reality? Feminist ...
(1995). The Sexually Specific Subject, Regimes of Truth, and the Construction of the Leader and of Leadership
Paper presented at the Annual meeting of The Learned Societies, Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association, Lacanian Indirection in Social Theory: Art, Ethics and Radical Democracy. Montreal, Canada. 1995.
(1998) "Women Organizing and Globalization: Resistance and the Organizing of International NGOs". A paper for presentation to the annual meeting of The Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, Canadian Women's Studies Association, Ottawa, Canada. A later version as a chapter for a book is linked to the book in the AU library below.
(1993). A Feminist/Postmodernist Methodology for Educational Research.
A paper for presentation to the Education Graduate Students' Association, University of Alberta.
(1985) Women Teachers in Edmonton Public Schools, 1940-1950.
The Second World War and its aftermath did not create greater opportunities for women workers, although more women worked, and more married women worked, at the end of the decade than at the beginning. The proportion of ...
(2005). Unlocking Hierarchy: Luce Irigaray, Entrustment and Contiguity
(EGOS: European Group for Organization Studies Conference, 2005)
In this paper I want to address a central conundrum in non-hierarchical organizing: How do we both recognize difference—that we are not all the same—without subjecting difference to its standard placement in our symbolic ...
‘It’s not only what we say but what we do’: Pay inequalities and gendered workplace democracy in Argentinian worker cooperatives.
(Economic and Industrial Democracy, 2014-07)
In a study conducted by the author in 2006 of five mixed-sex, worker-led cooperatives in Buenos Aires, all of the workers in each of the coops were paid exactly the same. Five years later, only two of the worker cooperatives ...