The UW Ethics of Care hub for literature on Care Research (organized in alphabetical order of first authors last name.)
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Barnes: Abandoning Care?, Critical Social Policy
Clement, Care, Autonomy and Justice
Edwards, R., & Mauthner, M. 2002
Engster: care ethics and animal welfare, Care Ethics and Politcal Theory, Care Ethics and Natural Law Theory
Émon, Ayeshah, and Christine Garlough. “Refiguring the South Asian American Tradition Bearer: Performing the” Third Gender” in Yoni Ki Baat.” Journal of American Folklore, 128, no. 510 (2015): 412-437.
Garlough, Christine L.. “Folklore and Performing Political Protest: Calls of Conscience at the 2011 Wisconsin Labor Protests.” Western Folklore (2011): 337-370.
Garlough, Christine L. “Vernacular Culture and Grassroots Activism: Non-Violent Protest and Progressive Ethos at the 2011 Wisconsin Labour Protests,” In Pnina Werbner, Martin Webb, and Kathryn Spellman-Poots (Eds.) The Political Aesthetics of Global Protest: The Arab Spring and Beyond. Edinburgh, Scotland: Edinburgh University Press (2014): 263-290.
Desi Divas: Activism in South Asian American Cultural Performances is the product of five years of field research with progressive activists associated with the School for Indian Languages and Cultures (SILC), South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT), the feminist dance collective Post Natyam, and the grassroots feminist political organization South Asian Sisters. Christine L. Garlough explores how traditional cultural forms may be critically appropriated by marginalized groups and used as rhetorical tools to promote deliberation and debate, spur understanding and connection, broaden political engagement, and advance particular social identities. Within this framework she examines how these performance activists advocate a political commitment to both justice and care, to both deliberative discussion and deeper understanding. To consider how this might happen in diasporic performance contexts, Garlough weaves together two lines of thinking. One grows from feminist theory and draws upon a core literature concerning the ethics of care. The other comes from rhetoric, philosophy, and political science literature on recognition and acknowledgment. This dual approach is used to reflect upon South Asian American women’s performances that address pressing social problems related to gender inequality, immigration rights, ethnic stereotyping, hate crimes, and religious violence.
Case study chapters address the relatively unknown history of South Asian American rhetorical performances from the early 1800s to the present. Avant-garde feminist performances by the Post Natyam dance collective appropriate women’s folk practices and Hindu goddess figures make rhetorical claims about hate crimes against South Asian Americans after 9/11. In Yoni ki Bat (a South Asian American version of The Vagina Monologues) a progressive performer transforms aspects of the Mahabharata narrative to address issues of sexual violence, such as incest and rape. Throughout the volume, Garlough argues that these performers rely on calls for acknowledgment that intertwine calls for justice and care. That is, they embed their testimony in traditional cultural forms to invite interest, reflection, and connection.
Held : Can the Ethics of Care Handle Violence? , Care and Justice in a Global Context, The-Ethics-of-Care-Personal-Political-and-Global-by-Virginia-Held,
Jiyoun Suk, Aman Abhishek, Yini Zhang, So Yun Ahn, Teresa Correa, Christine Garlough, and Dhavan V. Shah“#MeToo, Networked Acknowledgement, and Connective Action: How “Empowerment Through Empathy” Launched a Social Movement,”, Social Science Computer Review. 2019. DOI: 10.1177/0894439319864882.
Kittay: Care and Justice, The Ethics of Care, Dependence, and Disability
Leget: Analyzing dignity ,Beyond demarcation
Noddings: Two Concepts of Caring, Empathy
Paley: Heidegger and the ethics of care , Virtues of autonomy
Piepzna-Samarasinha: Fair-Trade-Emotional-Labor-Economy, Care Webs Scan (Part 1., Part 2, Part 3), Prefigurative-Politics-and-Radically-Accessible-Performance-Spaces
Rabin: The-Theatre-Arts-and-Care-Ethics ,Teaching-care-ethics-conceptual-understandings-and-stories-for-learning
Robinson: Globalizing Care, Beyond Labour Rights,
Simpson: Constellations of Co-resistance (Part 1, Part 2), Endlessly Creating our Indigenous Selves Simpson
Sevenhuijsen: Moralities, ethics and families , Citizenship &Amp;
Tronto: Beyond Gender Difference ,Creating Caring Institutions, Tronto, J. (2011).
Whyte: Feminist and Indigenous Perspectives, Ethics of Care in Environmental Ethics
The UW Ethics of Care Workshop is here to support our entire community in these uncertain times. Here, we will provide resources related to teaching, self-care, virus information, and more.
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Mutual Aid Disaster Relief Resources (list of coronavirus specific mutual aid resources)
https://www.mutualaidhub.org/ (website to find mutual aid all around the US)
Dane County Neighbors Helping Neighbors (Facebook group for people to request and provide favors, such as transportation and grocery delivery, from neighbors and community members during COVID-19)
Dane Co, Wisconsin Help – Coronavirus: Facebook group created to post offers of food and supplies for pickup.
Dane County Community Defense is coordinating a mutual aid response, for and by working class folks. If you are in Dane County and need food,, health, financial, or emotional support due to coronavirus quarantine, fill out this form: tinyurl.com/dccd-request. For follow-up requests, please go to: tinyurl.com/dccd-follow-up. See how they’ve helped here. If you are able to volunteer or donate for coronavirus quarantine support, fill out this form: tinyurl.com/dccd-support
UW Madison TA’s Mutual Aid (Mutual Aid Fund where graduate student employees can request aid to respond to an urgent financial need)
COVID19 Mutual Aid Madison Facebook Group: Provides updates and information.https://www.facebook.com/groups/502401850648815/
Primary Information Resources
Dane County food drop offs (specifically for children/families)
Comprehensive list of resources for Madison residents. (Community support, rent support, emergency financial funds, unemployment resources, funds for students, food security, medical funds etc.)
How to get free lunches for school kids in Madison
A Room of One’s Own continues to do curbside pickup and free shipping in the Madison area. They have also provided a comprehensive reading list in response to the current situation. https://www.roomofonesown.com/
UW Health- What You Need to Know
Wisconsin Department of Health Services (that tracks the outbreaks in WI)
Public Health in Madison & Dane County which has this data base. (Data specific to the Madison area)
State of Wisconsin COVID-19 Coronavirus Information (latest updates from the Governor)
A job-matching program that the Urban League has created. More information can be found here and there is contact information at the bottom of the page for those seeking employment or workers.’
Good stuff on back to school and Covid19! From our app and website Covid-19 Wisconsin Connect
Health and Well-Being
End Domestic Abuse WI resource page and how to get help if you are facing domestic violence
How to Protect your Mental Health
Misinformation and Disinformation Regarding Corona Virus in Social Media
Fitness studios live streaming workout classes
Choreographer Ryan Heffington is live streaming dance parties from his instagram account on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 12pm CST: https://www.instagram.com/ryan.heffington/?hl=en
National Alliance on Mental Health has a very comprehensive guide in response to the COVID-19 situation:
10 Ways to Ease Your Coronavirus Anxiety – The New York Times
Six ways to take care of yourself in quarantine or isolation
A collection of podcasts and poetry for however you’re processing or experiencing the COVID-19 pandemic
Arts and Entertainment for Social Isolation
Quarantine Quilt: A community Art Project Through the Wisconsin Museum
Visit National Parks Virtually
Coloring pages for children from local Madison artist
Virtual Travels in the Pandemic Age – The New York Times
10 Ways to Ease Your Coronavirus Anxiety – The New York Times What to Watch and Do in Quarantine at Home – The New York Times
The Tank is producing weekly video discussions with artists and creators.
Geffen Playhouse is posting original content to its website and social media pages weekly. Three Geffen productions
Jordan Grubb has enlisted some fellow musical theater actors to create a lip sync video of “One Day More” from the show “Les Misérables.”
National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene has a streaming series of performances, workshops and other events on its website and social media pages.
The Met began streaming for free encore presentations of its Live in HD series.
You are invited to the World Premiere of GenderTalks, “an exciting and timely documentary theatre project about trans, nonbinary, and gender nonconforming folks’ experiences of gender.” These real-life stories come from online conversations between folks in Dane County, Wisconsin, and Blackhawk County Iowa, and have been artfully blended together by playwright Orion Risk. Join us live on Facebook or YouTube on Friday, September 4th & Saturday and a short talkback with playwright Orion Risk and director Finch Moore at the conclusion of Saturday’s performance. Donations will be accepted and all proceeds will go to Cedar Valley Pride in Blackhawk Co, IA, and Outreach MAGIC Festival: A Pride Celebration in Dane Co, WI. To donate to one of these organizations, visit the pages here:
Sanitizing and Disinfecting in the midst of the Covid-19 Pandemic and the flu season.
Care mongering in Canada: A movement
“Radical Care: Survival Strategies for Uncertain Times” by Hi’ilei Julia Kawehipuaakahaopulani Hobart and Tamara Kneese
How You Can Help During COVID-19
Talking to children about COVID-19 from the CDC
Coronavirus Kids Work from Home- School Cancellations
How to Help
United Way of Dane County’s safety guidelines for volunteering in communities before helping
The UW Madison Morgridge Center for Public Service has a website with a variety of ways to get involved including volunteering, donating, activism, and other pathways to public service
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- Do NOT begin sewing until you have received instructions from them; they will not accept items that don’t follow their guidelines.
Flattening the Curve (Stevens)
Volunteer Wisconsin COVIS-19 Response
Combatting COVID-19 Racism
ACLU article on how COVID-19 affects the Black community including why Black people are dying at higher rates.