Acknowledgements Introduction Part 1: Marxist-Feminist Theory1 Marxism and Feminism 2 Structuralist Marxism on The Oppression of Women 3 Marxism, and Class, Gender and Race: Rethinking the Trilogy 4 Reflections on Intersectionality 5 What's Material about Materialist Feminism? Part 2: Capitalist Social Reproduction6 Population and Capitalism 7 Feminism, Pronatalism, and Motherhood 8 Reproduction and Procreation under Capitalism: A Marxist-Feminist Analysis 9 The Feminisation of Poverty: Myth or Reality? 10 The Dialectics of Waged and Unwaged Work: Waged Work, Domestic Labour, and Household Survival in the United States 11 Loving Alienation: The Contradictions of Domestic Work 12 Self-Sourcing: How Corporations get us to Work Without Pay 13 From Social Reproduction to Capitalist Social Reproduction Part 3: Whither Feminism? 14 Connecting Marx and Feminism in the Era of Globalisation: A Preliminary Investigation 15 Global Capitalism and Women: From Feminist Politics to Working-Class Women's Politics 16 Capitalism and the Oppression of Women: Marx Revisited Bibliography Index
Martha E. Gimenez, Ph.D. (U.C.L.A. 1973), is Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of Colorado Boulder. She has published numerous articles and book chapters in topics such as Marxist feminist theory, population theory, ecology, inequality, domestic labour and reproductive technologies.