Feast or Family: Gendered Work and Lives in Saskatchewan’s Oil Patch

By Emily Eaton

Emily Eaton is an associate professor of geography at the University of Regina specializing in political economy and natural resource economies. She is also active in a variety of social justice struggles. Eaton’s first book was Growing Resistance: Canadian Farmers and the Politics of Genetically Modified WheatView books by Emily Eaton.

Posted in Events. Tagged gas, gender, industry, lecture, oil, saskatchewan, work.

Posted on
March 26th 2015
at 9:33am

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