Due October 5, 2009, 12 PM:
1. Dorothy Roberts. 1998. "The Absent Black Father." Pp. 145-161 in Lost Fathers: The Politics of Fatherlessness in America. Edited by Cynthia R. Daniels. St. Martin's Press.
2. Francine Deutsch. 2002. "Halving It All: The Mother and Mr. Mom." In Families at Work: Expanding the Boundaries. Edited by Naomi Gerstel, Dan Clawson, and Robert Zussman. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press.
3. Gerson, Kathleen. 1993. Chapters 1 and 9 ("Introduction" and "The Myth of Masculinity") in No Manís Land: Menís Changing Commitments to Family and Work.
Due September 28, 2009, 12 PM:
1. Ann Crittenden. 2001. Introduction in The Price of Motherhood: Why the Most Important Job in the World Is Still the Least Valued. New York: Metropolitan Books.
2. Budig, Michelle and Paula England. 2001. "The Wage Penalty for Motherhood." American Sociological Review, 66(2): 204-226.
3. Patricia Hill Collins. 2000. "Black Women and Motherhood." Pp. 173-200 in Black Feminist Thought: Knowledge, Consciousness, and the Politics of Empowerment. 2nd edition. New York: Routledge.
4. Rothman, Barbara Katz. 1989."Women as Fathers: Motherhood and Child Care Under a Modified Patriarchy." Gender and Society, 3: 1-24.
Due September 21, 2009, 12 PM:
1. Joan Williams. 2000. "Introduction" and "Is Domesticity Dead? (Chapter 1)." Pp. 1-39 in Unbending Gender: Why Family and Work Conflict and What to Do About It. New York: Oxford University Press.
2. Sharon Hays. 1996. "From Rods to Reasoning." Pp. 19-50 in The Cultural Contradictions of Mothering. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.
3. Joseph H. Pleck. 1998. "American Fathering in Historical Perspective." Chapter 26 in Families in the U.S.: Kinship and Domestic Politics. Edited by Karen Hansen and Anita Garey. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
Due September 14, 2009, 12 PM:
1. Thistle, Susan. 2006. Chapters 2, 3 from: From Marriage to the Market: The Transformation of Womenís Lives and Work. University of California Press.
2. Davis, Kingsley. 1988. "Wives and Work: A Theory of the Sex-Role Revolution and Its Consequences." In S. Dornbusch and M. Strober (Eds.), Feminism, Children and the New Families. New York: Guilford.