First published in 2006. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
As a professor of sociology and Chair of Women's Studies at Warren Wilson College, her teaching and research interests are centered in gender, globalization, social inequality and feminist methodology. For the past ten years, her work has focused on gender and human rights in South Africa's national transformation.
"Jennifer Fish’s work captures the nuances of two decades of research on paid domestic labor and places the South African experience in the global context…. This study makes an important contribution to research on caregiving, intersectionality, inequality, and social change. It is an excellent choice for graduate and upper-division undergraduate courses."
Mary Romero, Gender & Society