Prof. Heidi Gottfried, Ph.D. - Marie Jahoda Visiting Professor - Winter term 2000/2001


Biography
Heidi Gottfried is a researcher and lecturer at the College of Urban, Labor and Metropolitan Affairs at Wayne State University, USA and received her Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin, USA, in 1987. Since 2002 she has been managing director of the Labor and Labor Movements section of the American Sociological Association. She was also granted a research fellowship to examine employment in the new economy by the Upjohn Institute, USA in 2002. Furthermore, Gottfried received a research fellowship for her work in the area of globalisation, gender and work in an aging society from the Japan Foundation. She is co-editor of the journals Policy Studies Review, Gender & Society, Contemporary Sociology and Social Problems.

Areas of Expertise

  • Sociology of work and gender
  • Gender and flexible working conditions
  • Feminist theory
  • Labour movement and globilization


Courses and Lectures as Marie Jahoda Visiting Professor
Gender Mainstreaming – A Contested Political Approach
Workshop, Ruhr University Bochum, 12 January 2001, 10–5 a.m.

Selected Publications
Gottfried, Heidi, and Laura Reese. Eds. 2003. Equity in the Workplace: Gendering Workplace Policy Analysis. Lanham: Lexington Books.

Gottfried, Heidi. 2003. Temp(t)ing Bodies: Shaping Gender at Work in Japan. Sociology: Journal of the British Sociological Association 37 (2): 257–276.

Gottfried, Heidi, and Jacqueline O’Reilly. 2002. Re-regulating Breadwinner Models in Socially Conservative Welfare Regimes: Comparing Germany and Japan. Social Politics 9 (1): 29–59.

Gottfried, Heidi. 2000. Compromising Positions: Emergent Neo-Fordisms and Embedded Gender Contracts. The British Journal of Sociology 52 (2): 235–259.