SHORT PAPERS: required to post 3-4 page reflections or “short paper” (750-1000
SHORT PAPERS: required to post 3-4 page reflections or “short paper” (750-1000 words, approx.) Please read the articles (see attachment) read all attachment WEEK 3 Sarah Besky. 2014. “Plantation” in The Darjeeling Distinction: Labor and Justice on Fair Trade Tea Plantations in India. Berkeley: University of California Press Ghannam, Farha. 2018. “Teaching him to care: Labor and the making of working class men in urban Egypt.” In Marcia Inhorn and Nafissa Naguib eds. Reconceiving Muslim Men: Love and Marriage, Family and Care in Precarious Times. New York: Berghahn: pp.129-14 Short paper assignment: Conventional feminist accounts of family and plantation workers would have focused on making women’s contributions visible. Here we find instead that women’s work leads us to several other aspects of care. What are these? What can we learn by paying attention to them?

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