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Introduction:  An injury to one is an injury to all. Motto of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union. In the past four decades, the American labor movement has seen dwindling...

Beginning with the new Labor: Studies in Working Class History, Julie Greene assumes editorship of the journal. Maia Silber interviewed her for the recent LAWCHA newsletter, and this is an...

A significant source for “Science as Routine” (available for free for the next three months) in the recent issue of Labor on history and the history of science are the...

On February 28, my contract faculty colleagues and I won our union, Contract Faculty United – UAW. My colleagues and I voted 553-72 to unionize and form the largest union...

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

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