Julie Matthaei

Julie Matthaei

Julie Matthaei is a Professor of Economics at Wellesley College, where she teaches courses on feminist economics and the political economy of gender, race, and class. She has been active in feminist, peace, ecology, LBGTQ, and anti-racist movements, and co-founded the U.S. Solidarity Economy Network. Matthaei. She is the author of An Economic History of Women in America; the co-author, with Teresa Amott, of Race, Gender and Work; and the co-editor of Solidarity Economy: Building Alternatives for People and Planet. Her next book is From Inequality to Solidarity: Co-Creating a New Economics for the Twenty-First Century (forthcoming). She holds a PhD in economics from Yale University.

GTI Contributions
Author's Response: Roundtable on Feminism and Revolution
Author's Response to GTI Roundtable Feminism and Revolution

June 2018

Julie Matthaei addresses points raised by the contributors to this roundtable discussion.

An implacable and inclusive feminism remains essential for building the larger solidarity politics and economics we need for a Great Transition that eliminates oppression of all kinds.