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Remembering Ludlow, Forgetting Columbine

On November 21, 1927, twenty Colorado strike policemen shot into a crowd of 500 men, women, and children in the company town of.

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Did your professor make you uncomfortable? There’s a law for that!

Lisa Phillips, Indiana State University, analyzes Indiana’s new law, SEA 202. The law, due to go into effect in June calls DEI (Diversity,.

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Lessons from Academic Labor Activism

This is the third post that introduces the important themes and issues highlighted in the new edited collection Contingent Faculty and the Remaking.

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Following the Footsteps of Jack O’Dell

On the frosty morning of January 13, 2024, the student union building at the University of Washington (UW) was buzzing with the joy.

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Social Dirt and Precarious Academia Before the Law

Claire Raymond weighs in with a searing commentary on her experiences as an adjunct, contingent laborer in academia. This is the second blog.

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Resistance to the Casualization of Academic Labor, A View From the UK

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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LaborOnline Marked, Unmarked, Remembered: A Public History Series New Book Interviews

Paul Shackel on his new book, The Ruined Anthracite

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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A Seat at the Table – Update Part 4

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

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Max Fraser on his new book, Hillbilly Highway

Hillbilly Highway: The Transappalachian Migration and the Making of a White Working Class explores one of the most significant and under-examined migrations in.

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New Teaching Labor’s Story: Detroit Revolutionary Union Movement, 1969

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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