Mark your calendar 17 Nov - 23 Nov 2014

The Romance of Work: Gender and Aspirational Labor in Contemporary Culture Industries

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Critical scholarship investigating the modern cultural and media industries must take seriously the gendering of digital labor. Drawing upon her recent research on the women’s magazine, advertising, and fashion blogging industries, Dr. Duffy shows how discourses of creative autonomy, commercialism, and community simultaneously challenge and reaffirm social hierarchies of gender and class. Emergent forms of gendered creative production may be understood as aspirational labor, highlighting the potential for these activities to provide social and economic capital while keeping female content creators fully immersed in the consumer culture.

Go to http://www.geweekatpennstate.com/monday---18-nov-2013.html for Dr. Duffy's biography.

No pre-registration necessary.  Prove of attendance will be provided. Passport qualified event.

Foster Auditorium, Paterno Library

Audience: 
Students / Youth
Entrepreneurs / Startups
Investors / Mentors
Government / Policy Experts
Academics / Researchers
General
Other
Participants: 
69
  • When: 5:30 p.m.
  • Start: 18 November 2013
Foster Auditorium

Location

510 Paterno Library Foster Auditorium
16802 University Park, PA

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