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Ariane Agunsoye, Michelle Groenewald, Danielle Guizzo, and Bruno Roberts- Dear

support is able to overcome that and still exist as a woman in economics. These two accounts contrast in the response from the university and economics department and illustrate the role culture and institutions play in shaping the experience of women who are subjected to sexual

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the other, slaves were both labour and capital. Their value in 1860 was equal to all of the capital invested in American railroads, manufacturing, and agricultural land combined. 10 A gendered aspect of this economic system was that it depended on the capacity of enslaved women to give birth and so reproduce its capital. As a result, women slaves were subject to horrific sexual

in Reclaiming economics for future generations