Prof. Jacklyn Cock, Professor Emerita in Sociology and Honorary Research Professor, BA (Hons), PhD (Rhodes)
"Professor Cock has published widely on issues relating to gender, environmental and militarisation issues. Her best known works are Maids and Madams: A Study in the Politics of Exploitation (Johannesburg: Ravan Press, 1989); Going Green: People, Politics and the Environment (co-edited with Eddie Koch) (Cape Town: Oxford University Press, 1991); Colonels and Cadres: War and Gender in South Africa (Cape Town: Oxford University Press, 1991); From Defence to Development: The Redirection of Military Resources in South Africa (edited with P. McKenzie) (Cape Town: David Phillip, 1998); Rainbow Nations and Melting Pots: Conversations about Difference and Disadvantage (with A. Bernstein) (Illinois: University of Illinois Press, 2002); and most recently The War Against Ourselves: Nature, Power and Justice (Wits University Press, 2007). Her current research focus is on the relation between the labour movement and struggles for environmental justice." 
- Trustee (2007), Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation
- Editorial Advisory Board, Amandla
- Andries Bezuidenhout & Jacklyn Cock. 2009. ‘Corporate Power, Society and the Environment: A Case Study of ArcelorMittal South Africa.’ Transformation no. 69, pp. 80-104.
- Khayaat Fakier and Cock. J. 2009. A Gendered Analysis of the Crisis of Social Reproduction in Contemporary South Africa. International Feminist Journal of Politics. 11(3): 353-371.
Resources and articles
- Jacklyn Cock, accessed April 8, 2010.