In this episode, host Sarah Banet-Weiser talks with guest Sarah J. Jackson about the feminist ethics care work in academia. They discuss how the responsibility of care work falls most heavily on women and people of color, especially when supporting students of the same marginalized identities. They also talk about balancing care work in personal lifes, and how institutions could adopt feminist ethics to create a more forgiving environment for caregivers.
Sarah J. Jackson
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Distinguished Professor; Professor | Annenberg School for Communication; Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism
Twitter - @sbanetweiser
Presidential Associate Professor; Co-Director | Annenberg School for Communication; Media, Inequality & Change Center
Twitter - @sjjphd
Works referenced in episode:
Jackson, S. J. (2014). Black celebrity, racial politics, and the press: Framing dissent (p. 218). Taylor & Francis.
Jackson, S. J., Bailey, M., & Welles, B. F. (2020). # HashtagActivism: Networks of race and gender justice. Mit Press.
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