Working Parents in the Age of Coronavirus - Helen McCarthy

Released Wednesday, 26th August 2020
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We speak to Dr Helen McCarthy, a Historian of Modern Britain at the Faculty of History and Author of Double Lives: A History of Working Motherhood.  
In recent months, many working parents have had to juggle looking after kids at home with their usual jobs.We talk about how the pandemic has had a disproportionate impact on working mothers. 
We take the historical perspective and the long view to try and make sense of these gender divisions. 
We talk about our reliance on childcare, the broader economic impact of the last few months on women, and how to ensure it is truly valued in the coronavirus recovery. 
Guests:
Dr Helen McCarthy (@HistorianHelen), Historian of Modern Britain at Faculty of History (@CamHistory) and Fellow of St John’s College (@stjohnscam) Author of Double Lives: A History of Working Motherhood @BloomsburyBooks 
More Info:
https://www.hist.cam.ac.uk/people/dr-helen-mccarth…
Image Credit:
sean dreilinger Flickr Creative Commons
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Length
30m 30s
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Episode
13
Episode Type
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