Professor Moore has made significant contributions to feminist and gender debates across the social sciences. The bulk of her work is approached from a feminist perspective and she has authored numerous books, chapters and scholarly articles on themes such as sexuality, the gender pay gap, psychoanalysis, the occult, agriculture and business.
Based on recent fieldwork, this paper examines the intersecting economic activities of Marakwet women in northwest Kenya with a particular focus on exchange friendships. We highlight the need to expand previous definitions of tilia, based on male exchange of livestock, to include a variety of exchange friendships including those between women.Read More
This paper looks at the changing nature of work, drawing primarily on examples from the less developed and newly industrialized countries of the world. It suggests several ways we might have to revise or extend our understanding of the term 'work' in light of increased female participation in the waged labour force.Read More