Working Papers Series

Caring Masculinities September 15, 2023, 12-2 PM ET

First Working Papers Seminar Series 2023-2024 Communities of Care featuring Tracie Canada and Antonia Randolph, with commentaries by J. Malton and M. Wallace

Working Papers Seminar Series 2023-2024: Reconsidering Communities of Care

The experiment of sharing research continues. One or two presenters share original unpublished papers beforehand and two respondents offer insights and reflections. Working papers seminars series are open to the general public upon signing up

Migrant Domestic Workers October 27, 2023 12-2pm ET

Second Working Papers Seminar Series 2023-2024 Communities of Care featuring Valerie Francisco-Menchavez and Grazielle Valentim Figueredo, with commentaries by A. Paul and P. Banerjee

Carcerality & Care. November 17, 2023 12-2pm ET

Third Working Papers Seminar Series 2023-2024 Communities of Care featuring Joseph Hiller and Katie Von Wald . Commentaries by M. Seigel

Queering Care December 1, 2023 10am-12pm ET

Fourth Working Papers Seminar Series 2023-2024 Queering Care featuring Nora Kssner, Tankut and Edward Nadurata. Commentaries by P. Nicoli and P. Sigal

Alternative Care Networks January 26, 2024, 12-2 pm ET

Fifth Working Papers Seminar Series 2023-2024 Alternative Care Networks featuring Jieun Cho, Elizabeth Olson and Leiha Edmonds. Commentaries by Tatjana Thelen and Kim England


Visualizing Care Series 2022-2021

Making care more visible and defamiliarizing the naturalized representations of care. Cycle of Workshops funded by Duke Humanities Unbounded from Spring 2021 to Spring 2022

Care Workshops 2020-2021

Between 2020 and 2021, we organized a series of public online conversations focused on care. Topics varied and we examined issues such as post-work, queer kinships, vaccine hesitancy, global labor standards

Value of Love

Value of LoveRevaluing Care in the Global Economy first event Workshop at Duke University, April 4 and 5, 2019Workshop Schedule Thursday, April 4 8:30-9:00:  breakfast 9:00-9:15:  Welcoming remarks by Dean Rachel Kranton & Jocelyn Olcott 9:15-10:00:  Introductions (all present, including students, etc.; name, discipline/field, interests) 10-12:  short presentations by invited participants (20 people; each participant […]


Contesting Care Conference 2021

Conference organized by Duke University & University of Exeter on June 30 and July 1 2021

Epistemologies of Care

Epistemologies of CareRethinking Global Political Economy Conference at the Amsterdam Law School, 4-6 December, 2019Programme 4 December 2019 14.30-15.00 Registration  15.00-15.15  Opening Remarks                      Marija Bartl, Amsterdam Law School                      Jocelyn Olcott, History Department, Duke University  15.15-17.oo Keynote […]