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LAWCHA 2019: Contingent Faculty, Independent Scholars, and LAWCHA

Tula Connell, chair of LAWCHA’s Independent Scholars Committee and Claire Goldstene, chair of the Contingent Faculty Committee organized a Saturday lunch plenary at the June 2019 LAWCHA meeting in Durham.  The well-attended and highly participatory session offered an opportunity to make more visible the experiences of independent and contingent faculty scholars, to learn about work the committees have done around issues impacting independent and contingent faculty, and to continue the conversations about what LAWCHA can do and how we can protect all workers in higher education. Read more →

September 5th, 2019

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Jacob Remes
Clarence Lang
Eric Fure-Slocum
Lane Windham
Daniel Graff
Randi Storch
Mark Lause
Jack Metzgar
Tula Connell
Erik Loomis
Chad Pearson
David Obringer
Peter Cole
Eileen Boris
Paul Buhle
James Gregory
Sarah Attfield
Leon Fink
The Walter P. Reuther Library
Conor Casey
Michael Honey
Emily E. LB. Twarog
Bill Barry
Julie Greene

Recent Posts Archives

LAWCHA at OAH

by Jacob Remes  on March 18th, 2019
LAWCHA is pleased to have solicited and endorsed several panels at the 2019 OAH Conference in Philadelphia. We hope to see you there. Read more →

Sleeping Giant: When Public Workers Awake

by Leon Fink  on February 6th, 2019
It was the radical African-American intellectual, W.E.B. Du Bois, who famously called the mass disaffection and migration of southern slaves to Union battle lines in the Civil War a “general strike.” Read more →

Class Prejudice and the Democrats’ Blue Wave?

by Jack Metzgar  on November 30th, 2018
Two days after the mid-term elections, The Washington Post published an analysis under the headline “These wealthy neighborhoods delivered Democrats the House majority.” Read more →

The AHA and the Chicago Hotel Strike

by Julie Greene  on October 20th, 2018
On Sept. 7 UNITE HERE began a strike against 25 hotels in Chicago. The demands focused on year round health insurance and other benefits. Six… Read more →

Labor Song of the Month: “Harry Bridges”

by Peter Cole  on September 20th, 2018
Nowadays, the name Harry Bridges elicits no response from the average American. Some San Francisco Bay Area residents might connect his name to the large plaza outside the Ferry Building on the Embarcadero running alongside the bay. Read more →

Labor 16.2 (May, 2019)

Ryan Poe , May 23rd, 2019

Labor 16.1 (March, 2019)

Ryan Poe , March 23rd, 2019

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Want to contribute to LaborOnline? All LAWCHA members are invited to contribute. Graduate students, non-academics, and teachers are especially invited to share their stories, their ideas, interesting links, or anything else you think LAWCHA members and the general public might find interesting. To submit something, email Rosemary Feurer, LaborOnline editor.

Share the Wealth

David Obringer, February 21st, 2019

The Ghosts of Bisbee

Mary Romero, February 3rd, 2019

Labor 15.4 (December, 2018)

Ryan Poe, December 23rd, 2018