We are pleased to announce that recordings of the Work and Family Researchers Network December 11th Virtual Conference Series live event sessions are now available on the WFRN website, click here for access or follow the recording links below.

December 11th, 2020 Live Event Recordings:

5.1.  Author Meets Readers: Creating Equality at Home: How 25 Couples around the World Share Housework and Childcare; Francine M. Deutsch and Ruth A. Gaunt, Eds., Cambridge University Press, 2020 —  Francine Meryl Deutsch (Organizer), Mount Holyoke College; Živa Humer, The Peace Institute, Institute for Contemporary Social and Political Studies; Siti Kusujiarti, Warren Wilson College;  Karen Mui-Teng Quek, Biola University; Madison Richards, The University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine; Judit Takács, Hungarian Academy of Sciences. RECORDING

5.3.  Multi-paper session: The Social Costs of Caregiving  Joeun Kim, Pennsylvania State University (Penn State); Alyssa Jane Alexander, North Carolina State University. RECORDING

5.4. Multi-paper session: Metaphors and Attitudes: How We “See” Inequality at Work and Home  Sabrina L. Speights, Wheaton College; Jacqueline Tilton, Appalachian State University; Jaime Bochantin, UNC Charlotte; Lindsey Blair Trimble O’Connor, California State University Channel Islands; Julie Kmec, Washington State University; Sowon Kim, Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne; Suzanne de Janasz, George Mason University; Joy Schneer, Rider University; Carol Wong, George Mason University; Nicholas Beutell, Iona College; Tjorven Sievers, Oregon State University. RECORDING

5.5. Symposium: Work-Life Among Entrepreneurs   Rupashree Baral, Indian Institute of Technology; Jasmine Banuu, Indian Institute of Technology; Katherina Kuschel, CENTRUM PUCP; Konjit H. Gudeta, Maastricht University & Addis Ababa University; Marloes van Engen, Nyenrode Business Universiteit & Tilburg University; Pascale Peters, Nyenrode Business Universiteit & Radboud University , Kassa Woldesenbet, De Montfort University; Sheree Katherine Gregory, Western Sydney University; Banu Ozkazanc-Pan, Brown University. RECORDING