C. Scharff, 2014, Gender and Neoliberalism: exploring the exclusions and contours of neoliberal subjectivities. Theory, Culture & Society blog.
C. Scharff, 2015, Blowing your own trumpet: Exploring the gendered dynamics of self-promotion in the classical music profession, in Bridget Conor, Rosalind Gill and Stephanie Taylor (eds.) Gender and Creative Labour. Chichester: Wiley, Sociological Review Monograph Series.
C. Scharff, 2015: The psychic Life of neoliberalism. LSE British Politics and Policy Blog, available here.
C. Scharff, 2015: Inequalities in Classical Music: Why do they matter? The Sampler, available here.
C. Scharff, 2015: “The Psychic Life of Neoliberalism: Mapping the Contours of Entrepreneurial Subjectivity”. In: Theory, Culture & Society. Published online before print, available here.
Scharff, C.M. (2016) “Better to be sick than angry: young women as ideal neoliberal subjects”, in S. Springer, K. Birch, and J. MacLeavy (Eds.) The Handbook of Neoliberalism. London: Routledge.
Gill, R., Kelan, E. and Scharff, C. (2016) A Postfeminist Sensibility at Work. In: Gender, Work and Organisation, Published online before print, available here.
Scharff, C.M. (2016) “Tacit Acceptance: structural inequality in classical music”. VAN magazine, available here.
Elias, A., Gill, R. and Scharff, C.M. (2016) Aesthetic Labour: Rethinking Beauty in Neoliberalism. Basingstoke: Palsgrave Macmillan.
Scharff, C.M. (2017) Gender, Music and Entrepreneurialism: the classical music profession. London: Routledge.
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