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Teaching Labor’s Story: Writing Workshop

Teaching Labor’s Story: Writing Workshop

Saturday, May 22

Session B: 10:45 – 12 PST/12:45-2 CST/1:45-3 EST

Are you committed to bringing labor and working class history into the mainstream ?

Are you looking for a worthwhile peer-reviewed publication opportunity?

Are you interested in building connections with labor scholars?

This workshop is for you!

Pre-Register to receive the Workshop Packet. Pre-registration is highly recommended, but not required.

LAWCHA’s Teaching Labor’s Story is a peer-reviewed, crowd-sourced, web-published repository of curated primary sources supported by custom-written teaching guides. The TLS project is an easy and concrete way to turn your labor interests, expertise and LAWCHA membership into meaningful action.

Workshop participants will –

  •  learn about the Teaching Labor’s Story project, writing template and source bank
  •  gain facility in selecting a TLS source and crafting a concise TLS essay
  •  leave the workshop ready to write your own TLS entry

To pre-register: Send an -mail message with the Subject “TLS Workshop pre-register” to

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