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Introduction

In: Historical Materialism
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Susan Ferguson Wilfrid Laurier University Ontario sferguson@wlu.ca

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Genevieve LeBaron University of Sheffield g.lebaron@sheffield.ac.uk

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Angela Dimitrakaki University of Edinburgh angela.dimitrakaki@ed.ac.uk

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Sara R. Farris Goldsmiths, University of London s.farris@gold.ac.uk

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The 2011 Historical Materialism Conference in London saw the launch of a Marxist-Feminist set of panels. This issue is inspired by the success of those panels, and the remarkably sustained interest in reviving and moving beyond older debates and discussions. The special issue’s focus, Social-Reproduction Feminism, reflects and contextualises the ongoing work and engagement with that thematic that has threaded through the conferences in the 2010s. This Introduction provides a summary overview of the Social-Reproduction Feminism framework, situating it within Marxist-Feminist thinking and politics more generally, and calls on readers to consider its promise and potential as an historical-materialist approach to understanding capitalist social relations in terms of an integrated totality.

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