Is Women’s Work (Never) Done?

Julie Andsager (U. of Tennessee), Lana Rakow (U. of North Dakota), Linda Steiner (U. of Maryland), Carolyn Kitch (Temple U.), María E. Len-Ríos (Georgia). (2017, August). Is Women’s Work (Never) Done? Gender and the Revaluation of Faculty Work, panel discussion,  Commission on the Status of Women/Media Ethics Division, AEJMC, Chicago.

María Len-Ríos 

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