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’Whence Automation’: An Interview

In this interview, labor historian Nelson Lichtenstein speaks with Salem Elzway (USC) and Jason Resnikoff (Univ. of Groningen), co-authors of the article “Whence.

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Labor History and History of Science: Better Together

The conversations eventuating in the current “Labor and Science” special issue of Labor began almost three years ago to the day. Lissa Roberts.

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On Equal Terms-Gender and Solidarity

I am deeply pleased that Labor has published a review of my interactive digital installation, On Equal Terms: gender & solidarity, and that.

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A Seat at the Table – Update Part 3

This is the third in a series that updates and extends John McKerley’s essay in the current issue of Labor: Studies in Working.

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Shades of Internationalism – The Left’s Complex Relationship with Immigration

Lucas Poy writes about the questions and some of the conclusions of his recently published essay in Labor: Studies of Working Class History.

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A Seat at the Table – Update Part 2

THIS IS THE SECOND IN A SERIES THAT UPDATES AND EXTENDS JOHN MCKERLEY’S ESSAY IN THE CURRENT ISSUE OF LABOR: STUDIES IN WORKING.

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Work, Disaster, and the Lost Possibilities of Pandemic Politics

This is part of a series featuring authors of essays in the journal Labor: Studies in Working Class History.  Jacob Remes frames the.

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Read Five Top Labor Articles — free til January 31, 2022

Duke University Press, the publisher of Labor: Studies in Working Class History, has just released the 5 most read articles from Volume 18.

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“They’re Not Alone”: An Oral History of the Pennsylvania Faculty Strike of 2016 with an update

We are glad to take this article from behind a paywall link at the Labor: Studies in Working Class History, and are grateful.

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Labor 16.2 (May, 2019)

Ryan Poe www.ryanmpoe.com/

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