Suzanne Bergeron, Ph.D.

Helen M. Graves Collegiate Professor of Women's Studies and Social Sciences
Suzanne Bergeron
College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters
Social Sciences
College-Wide Programs

Teaching Areas:

Economics, Women's & Gender Studies

Research Areas:

Gender, Globalization, International / Global Economics, Solidarity / Care Economies

Selected Publications

Most recent publications include:

“Care in times of pandemic: rethinking meanings of work in the university,” Gender, Work & Organization, 2022 (with Özlem Altan-Olcay)

"Feminist Economics and Social and Solidarity Economy," in Encyclopedia of Social and Solidarity Economy, 2022.

"Moving past the cooptation narrative: Gender and development as a site of ethical negotiation" in Gender and Global Restructuring, Runyan and Marchand, eds. (forthcoming).

Liberating Economics: Feminist Perspectives on Families, Work, and Globalization, 2nd Edition. Drucilla K. Barker, Suzanne Bergeron, and Susan F. Feiner. University of Michigan Press, 2020

“Developing a New Research Agenda for Feminist Post-Conflict Reconstruction,” with Carol Cohn and Claire Duncanson in Politics and Gender, 2017.

“Transgressing Development: Beyond Smart Economics” in Ana Cecelia Dinerstein, ed., Social Sciences for an Other Politics, 2017.

“Formal, Informal and Care Economies.” The Oxford Companion to Feminist Theory, Mary Hawkesworth and Lisa Ditch, eds. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2015.

“Beyond the ‘Business Case:’ A Community Economies Approach to Gender and Development” (co-authored with Stephen Healy). In Peter Utting, ed., Social and Solidarity Economy: Beyond the Fringe. London: Zed Press, 2015.

Research Interests

Gender, Global Political Economy, Social and Solidarity Economies, Caring Labor

Awards and Recognition

UM-Dearborn Distinguished Teaching Award

UM-Dearborn Distinguished Service Award

Arden Interdisciplinary Scholar Award

Susan B. Anthony Award

Sarah Goddard Power Award

Advisory Board, Revaluing Care in the Global Economy Project, Duke University

Advisory Board, Diverse Social Economies Collective, University of Toronto