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Department of Politics and International Studies (POLIS)

 

 


 

Professor Jude Browne

Head of the Department of Politics and International Studies

The Jessica and Peter Frankopan Director of the University of Cambridge Centre for Gender Studies

Professor of Gender Studies

 

Jude is also a Fellow and a Director of Studies for Human, Social and Political Sciences (Part II) at King's College. 

She is the inaugural winner of the Aaron Rapport Prize, POLIS and winner of the University of Cambridge Pilkington Prize. 

Her research interests are in gender, political theories of equality, political responsibility, public interest, public policy, structural injustice, rights, and technology's impact on society.

 

 

Useful Links

 

Listen to Jude now on how we tackle the concept of responsibility post-pandemic on the Rethink - Podcast: Rethinking Responsibility - available on BBC Sounds>>

 

 


Publications

 

 

 

 

Browne, J. (forthcoming monograph Cambridge University Press) Political Responsibility and the Public Interest

 

Browne, J. (forthcoming) 100 Years to Bliss?  Artificial Intelligence, Politics and Regulation

 

Browne, J. (forthcoming 2021) (ed.) Why Gender? Cambridge University Press.

 

Browne, J. (2021) 'Rethinking Responsibility' in A. Rajan (ed.) Rethink: Leading voices on life after crisis and how to make a better world.  BBC Books/Penguin. https://www.penguin.co.uk/books/144/1443317/rethink/9781785947179.html

 

Browne, J. (2020). 'The Regulatory Gift: Politics, Regulation and Governance' Regulation and Governance. Vol 14, Issue 2, pp. 165-388. 

 

Browne, J. (2018). 'Technology, Fertility and Public Policy: A Structural Perspective on Human Egg Freezing and Gender Equality' Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society.  Vol 25, Issue 2, pp. 149–168. Editor's Choice

 

Browne, J. (2014). 'The Critical Mass Marker Approach: Female Quotas and Social Justice', Political Studies. Official Journal of the Political Studies Association. Vol. 62, Issue 4. pp. 862-877. 

 

Browne, J. (2014). 'The UK Government's Refutation of EU COM 614: An Analysis' in Romanowski, A., Bosek, L., and Makowicz, B. (eds) Gender Quotas. Warsaw: Sejm Government Publishing House. pp. 169-181. (Also translated into Polish and German by the Bureau of Research, Chancellery of the Polish Sejm).

 

Browne, J. (2014). 'The Corporate Father' in Inhorn, Marcia. C, Wendy Chavkin, and Jose-Alberto Navarro (eds) Globalized Fatherhood. Oxford and New York: Berghahn Books. pp. 31-52

 

Browne, J. (2013). 'The Default Model: Gender Equality and Structural Constraint', Politics & Gender. Official Journal of the American Political Sciences Association (APSA).Vol 9, Issue 02. pp. 152-173.

 

Browne, J (2013). 'O'Neill and the Political Turn Against Human Rights'. International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society. Vol 26, Issue 4. pp. 291-304.

 

Browne, J.  (2013) (ed.)  Dialogue, Politics and Gender. Cambridge University Press.

 

Browne, J. (2013). 'Dialogue, Politics and Gender - an introduction' in J. Browne (ed.) Dialogue, Politics and Gender. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 1-13.

 

Browne, J., and Morales, H. (2010) (eds.) 'Gender Controversies' Constellations, Vol. 17, No. 3.

 

Browne, J.  (2007) (ed.)The Future of Gender. Cambridge. Cambridge University Press.

 

Browne, J. (2007) Introduction in J. Browne (ed) The Future of Gender. Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. pp. 1-15.

 

Browne, J. (2007). 'The Equal Treatment Principle and Gender' in J. Browne (ed.), The Future of Gender. Cambridge. Cambridge University Press.  pp. 250-279.

 

Browne, J. (2006). Sex Inequality and Sex Segregation in the Modern Labour Market. Bristol: The Policy Press. 

 

Browne, J. (2006). 'Gender Inequality'; 'Segregation'; 'Corporate Ethics,' in M. Bevir (ed.), Sage Encyclopaedia of Governance. London: Sage. (3 page entries).

 

Browne, J. and Stears, M. (2005). 'Capabilities, Resources, and Systematic Injustice: a case of gender inequality' Politics, Philosophy and Economics, Vol. 4, No. 3, pp. 355-373

 

Browne, J., Deakin, S. and Wilkinson, F. (2005). 'Capabilities, Social Rights and European Market Integration' in R. Salais and R. Villeneuve (eds.), Europe and the Politics of Capabilities. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 205-221.

 

Browne, J. (2004). 'Resolving Gender Pay Inequality? Rationales, Enforcement and Policy' Journal of Social Policy, Vol. 33, No. 4, pp. 553- 571.

 

Browne, J. with Deakin, S. (2003). 'Social Rights and Market Order: Adapting the Capability Approach' in T. Hervey and J. Kenner (eds.), Economic and Social Rights under the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights: A Legal Perspective. Oxford: Hart. pp. 27- 44.

 

Browne, J., Lane, C., Wilkinson, F., Littek, W., Heisig, U., Burchell, B., Mankelow, R., and Potton, M. (2003). The Future of Professionalised Work in Britain and Germany: V 1. An International Report. London: Anglo-German Fund. (34 pages)

 

Browne, J., Lane, C., Wilkinson, F., Littek, W., Heisig, U., Burchell, B., Mankelow, R., and Potton, M. (2003). The Future of Professionalised Work in Britain and Germany: V 2. An International Report. London:  Anglo-German Fund. (36 pages)

 

Browne, J., Lane, C., Wilkinson, F., Littek, W., Heisig, U., Burchell, B., Mankelow, R., and Potton, M. (2003). The Future of Professionalised Work in Britain and Germany: V 3. An International Report. London: Anglo-German Fund. (33 pages)

 

Browne, J., Lane, C., Wilkinson, F., Littek, W., Heisig, U., Burchell, B., Mankelow, R., and Potton, M. (2003). The Future of Professionalised Work in Britain and Germany: V 4. An International Report. London: Anglo-German Fund. (34 pages)

 

Browne, J., (2002) "Gender Pay Inequity: a question for corporate social responsibility?", ESRC Centre for Business Research WPS. No. 251. Cambridge University. pp.1-19

 

Browne, J., Blackburn, R., and Brookes, B., Jarman, J. (2002). 'Explaining Gender Segregation' British Journal of Sociology, Vol. 53, no. 4, pp. 513-36.