No Place Like Home examines the emergence of home-based women workers as paradigmatic figures of contemporary capitalism, neoliberal governmentality, and socio-political contestation. Far from an isolated or contingent situation, home-based work constitutes today an enormous arena of 'invisible' social and political struggles of subaltern and ethno-racially subordinated women.
Introduction: The Invisible Threads of Homeworker Organizing 1. The Turbulent World of Home-based Work 2. ‘No Place Like Home’: Marxist and Feminist Topographies of House and Homework 3. Homeworker Organizing: Child-care Workers Under Welfare Reform in the United States 4. Child-care Workers In and Against the State 5. The Biopolitics of Homework 6. Political Economy and the Unpredictable Politics of Women’s Home-Based Work