Duke University Press released the top-read essays of 2022 from LAWCHA’s journal, Labor: Studies in Working-Class History (volume 19). The articles are freely available until January 31, 2023. Pass along this opportunity to sample these essays.
- “I Told Him to Let Me Alone, That He Hurt Me, Black Women and Girls and the Battle over Labor and Sexual Consent in Union-Occupied Territory” (vol. 19, no. 1) by Kaisha Esty
- “Class, A Useful Category of Analysis in the History of Sexual Harassment” (vol. 19, no. 1) by Christopher Phelps
- “From Sexual Harassment to Gender Violence at Work, The ILOs Road to Convention #190” (vol. 19, no. 1) by Eileen Boris
- “The Road Not Taken, Pearl McGill and the Promise of Inclusive Unionism, 1894–1914” (vol. 19, no. 2) by Janet K. Weaver
- “There Is Not a Factory Today Where This Same Immoral Condition Does Not Exist, Strikes against Sexual Harassment, 1912–2019” (vol. 19, no. 1) by Annelise Orleck