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Publications

Books

C.Wolkowitz, T. Sanders, R.L. Cohen and K. Hardy (eds) (2013) Sex/Body/Work: Intimate, Sexualized and Embodied Labour, Basingstoke: Palgrave. 265 pp.

J. Twigg, C. Wolkowitz, R.L.Cohen, and S. Nettleton (eds) (2011) Body Work in Health and Social Care, Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell 172 pp.

C. Wolkowitz (2006) Bodies at Work, London: Sage. 224 pages.

T. Lovell, S Andermahr and C Wolkowitz (1997, 2000) A Glossary of Feminist Theory, London: Edward Arnold 1997, 352 pp Winner of the Choice [US] Outstanding Academic Book of the Year Award 1998 Japanese edition published 2000

A Phizacklea and C Wolkowitz (1995) Homeworking Women: Gender, Class and Racism at Work Sage 1995. 152 pp.

S. Allen and C. Wolkowitz (1987) Homeworking: Myths and Realities, Macmillan, 1987. 225 pp.

K. Young, C. Wolkowitz and R. McCullagh, eds. (1985) Of Marriage and the Market: Women's Subordination in International Perspective, Routledge and Kegan Paul. 235pp.

In preparation:

R.L.Cohen and C. Wolkowitz, ‘Gender, Body Work and Commodification’, for submission to Gender, Work and Organization or Work, Employment and Society.

C. Wolkowitz, The Body Work Economy of South Florida, for submission to New Political Economy Special Issue on Corporeal Capitalism or another journal.

In press:

C. Wolkowitz ‘Bodies’ Sociology of Work: An Encyclopaedia, edited by Vickie Smith, Sage.

Journal articles

C. Wolkowitz (2012) ‘Flesh and Stone Revisited: The Body Work Landscape of South Florida’ Sociological Research Online, Special Issue on ‘Visualising Landscapes of Work and Labour’, edited by P. Mizen and C. Wolkowitz. Impact Factor 0.544 (2010)

P. Mizen and C. Wolkowitz (2012) ‘Visualising Changing Landscapes of Work and Labour’ Sociological Research Online http://www.socresonline.org.uk/17/2/25 Impact Factor 0.544 (2010)

J. Twigg, C. Wolkowitz, R.L. Cohen and S. Netteton (2011) ‘Conceptualising Body Work in Health and Social Care’ Sociology of Health and Illness 33 (2): 171-188. Impact Factor 1.735

T. Cacchioni and C. Wolkowitz (2011) ‘Treating Women’s Sexual Difficulties: the Body Work of Sexual Therapy’ Sociology of Health and Illness 33 (2): 266-279.

C. Wolkowitz (2009) ‘Challenging Boundaries: The Sociology of Work in Autobiographical Context’, Sociology (Special Issue on ‘Re-thinking the Sociology of Work’), 43 (5): 846-860. Impact Factor 2.71.

C. Wolkowitz (2002) 'The Social Relations of Body Work' Work, Employment and Society Vol. 16 (3) September. Pp. 495- 108. 15 pp. Impact Factor 1.225

C. Wolkowitz (1994) 'Unemployment, Dependency and Regeneration Strategies' Work, Employment and Society 8 (3): 439-452. Impact Factor 1.225

S. Allen and C. Wolkowitz (1986) 'Homeworking and the Control of Women's Labour', Feminist Review 22, 1986, pp.25-51. Republished in Feminist Review, ed. Waged Work: A Reader, Virago, 1987, pp 238-264 ,Impact Factor 0.831.

Book chapters

C. Wolkowitz (2011) ‘The Organizational Contours of Body Work’ in Jeanes, E., D. Knights and P. Yancey Martin (eds) Handbook of Gender, Work and Organization, Wiley-Blackwell.

C. Wolkowitz and C. Warhurst (2010) 'Embodying Labour' in P. Thompson and C. Smith (eds) Working Life: Renewing Labour Process Analysis, Basingstoke: Palgrave.

C. Wolkowitz (2007) ‘Linguistic Dirtiness or Really Dirty? Dirt in Social Theory’ in B. Campion and R. Cox (eds) Dirt: New Geographies of Cleanliness and Contamination, London and NY: I.B.Tauris.

P. Edwards and C. Wolkowitz (2002) 'Sociology of Employment in Britain' in D. Cornfield and R. Hodson, eds Worlds of Work, New York: Llewer/Plenum. Pp. 253-273. 20 pp.

C. Wolkowitz (2001) 'The Working Body as Sign: Historical Snapshots' in K. Backett-Milburn and L. McKie, eds Constructing Gendered Bodies, Basingstoke: Macmillan. Pp. 85-103.19 pp

C. Wolkowitz (2001) 'Home-located Work in the Cultural Industries' in K. Ernst et al, eds Taking Stock: Trends and Strategies in the Arts and Cultural Industries Rotterdam: Barjesteh and Co. Pp. 357- 372. 15 pp

C.Wolkowitz (2000) 'Decision-making as a Process over Time' in M. Archer and J. Tritter, eds Resisting Colonization: Rational Choice Theory London: Routledge Pp 167-182.

C.Wolkowitz (2000) '"Papa's Bomb": The Local and the Global in Women's Manhattan Project Narratives' in M. Andrews, et al Lines of Narrative London: Routledge.Pp 104-116.

C.Wolkowitz (2000) 'Nuclear Families: Women's Accounts of the Manhattan Project' in S. Ahmed, et al eds Transformations: Thinking through Feminism London: Routledge. Pp 235-249.

S. Allen, C. Truman and C. Wolkowitz (1992) 'Home-based Work: Self-Employment, Small Business and Homeworking' in P. Leighton and A. Felstead, eds The New Entrepreneurs: Self-Employment: Evolution and Practice in Europe. Kogan Paul. Pp. 133-142

C. Wolkowitz (1987) 'Controlling Women's Access to Political Power' in H. Afshar, ed., Women, State and Ideology: Studies from Africa and Asia, Macmillan.Pp. 204-225

Shorter works

C. Wolkowitz (2012) ‘Embodying Labor, Then and Now’. Commentary on Women on the Line by Miriam Glucksmann (1982, new edition 2009), International Labor and Working Class History, 81, 182-6.

C. Wolkowitz (2010) Gendered bodies in the global economy. Extended review of L. McDowell, Working Bodies; D. Dickenson, Property in the Body; A. Cornwell et al. Development with a Body, Signs 36 (1): 245-249.

C.Wolkowitz (2008) Review of Jean-Pierre Durand’s The Invisible Chain: Constraints and Opportunities in the New World of Employment, Work, Employment and Society 22 (4): 753-755.

C. Wolkowitz and P. Mizen (2006) ‘Teaching Visual Sociology’, Interaction (Warwick CAP online journal).

C. Wolkowitz (2005) Review of Body Work by D. Gimlin, Sociology, 39:1, pp 182-4.

C.Wolkowitz (2001) 'Capitalism' in the Encyclopaedia of Women's Studies New York: Routledge. Pp. 138-140.

C. Wolkowitz (1999) Report on the 12 Annual Women’s Studies Network Conference, University of Warwick, AUT Women no. 48, p. 4

C. Wolkowitz (1999) Workshop and Conference Reviews, 12 Annual Women’s Studies Conference, University of Warwick, Women’s Studies Network (UK) Newsletter, No 34, November, pp. 21-22.

C. Wolkowitz (1995) 'Homeworking Women' Social Science Teacher September 1995.3pp

C. Wolkowitz (1990) 'Review of M. Blewett, Men, Women and Work: Class, Gender and Protest in the New England Shoe Industry, 1780-1910’, New England Quarterly, Vol LXIII, No1, March 1990, pp.155-158.

C. Wolkowitz (1982) 'Documents from the Indian Women's Movement: Introduction', Feminist Review no. 12, pp. 92-103 Introduction

C. Wolkowitz (1982) 'History of Women's Struggle: The Indian Franchise Debate in the 1930s', Development Research Digest, 7, pp. 48-53.