Engaging ideas, transforming minds
Engaging ideas, transforming minds

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Meg Luxton is Professor in the School of Social Sciences and the Women's Studies Program at Atkinson College, York University. She is Director of the Graduate Program in Women's Studies and has published widely, with several highly acclaimed books and articles on the women's movement; women's work, paid and unpaid; and relations among work, family, and class. Her current research examines the impact of social policy on informal caregiving practices.


  • September 2009
  • 9780889610620
  • $39.95 Print
  • $34.95 Digital

More than a Labour of Love - Women's Press Classics

Three Generations of Women's Work in the Home
Meg Luxton