Lynn Duggan, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Area of responsibility: Labor Studies, IU Bloomington

1127 East Atwater Avenue
Bloomington, Indiana 47401
Office: (812) 855-1560

Curriculum Vitae

Teaching Interest:

Class, Race, Gender and Work; Labor and the Economy, Work-Family Conflict, Global Comparisons of Labor Relations, Women and Development

Publications / Presentations:

Lynn Duggan has interests in comparative social policy and labor movements; European family policies and women's labor force inclusion; pre- and post-unification East and West Germany; working conditions in retail employment; women in building trades; immigration policy; and gender and development in the global South. She has published in Comparative Economic Studies, Feminist Economics, and the National Women's Studies Association Journal, and in several anthologies and is a co-editor of The Women, Gender, and Development Reader. Her teaching includes Race, Class, Gender and Work; Labor and the Economy; Gender and Development; and Comparative Labor Relations. She has been employed as staff researcher for the Service Employees International Union, District 1199 ( West Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio) and for the United Food and Commercial Workers, Local 951.