Nash, Meredith, and Brendan Churchill. ‘Caring during COVID-19: A Gendered Analysis of Australian University Responses to Managing Remote Working and Caring Responsibilities’. Feminist Frontiers, n.d.

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May 28, 2020 - 8:15am

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August 7, 2020 - 8:23am

Critical Commentary

SM: This is an important article which discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has female academics and their job security, particularly for those who are up for tenure. Much like the 'baby penalty' which haunts women at every stage of their academic career, the reorganisation of work in the coming months will have longterm effects on women's academic careers.


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English

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Meredith Nash and Brendan Churchill, 28 May 2020, "Nash, Meredith, and Brendan Churchill. ‘Caring during COVID-19: A Gendered Analysis of Australian University Responses to Managing Remote Working and Caring Responsibilities’. Feminist Frontiers, n.d.", contributed by Syokau Mutonga, Research Data Share, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 7 August 2020, accessed 26 October 2021.