posts categorized asLabor History

Teaching Labor’s Story: Writing Workshop

by on May 17, 2021

Teaching Labor’s Story: Writing Workshop

Saturday, May 22

Session B: 10:45 – 12 PST/12:45-2 CST/1:45-3 EST

Are you committed to bringing labor and working class history into the mainstream ?

Are you looking for a worthwhile peer-reviewed publication opportunity?

Are you interested in building connections with labor scholars?

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Remapping the American Left: A History of Radical Discontinuity

by on May 6, 2020

Duke University Press is allowing us to offer free access for three months to James Gregory’s provocative new essay  “Remapping the American Left: A History Of Radical Discontinuity.”

The essay is based on his Labor and Working Class History Association Presidential Address and derives from his Mapping American Social Movements Project, which has mapped the major social movements of the twentieth century including a great variety of campaigns, political projects, and media outlets.

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