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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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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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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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Media and Memory The Battle of Blair Mountain

“Logan County Bristles with Machine Guns… Gaunt Hollow-eyed Men hold Ridges…Every Path is Guarded.” On September 1st, 1921, Washington Times announced that headline.

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The Labor Movement Made Me a Labor Historian

I became a labor historian in the spring of 2014. This was unexpected. I was already in the third year of a doctoral.

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