LAWCHA Newsletter

All members receive the LAWCHA Newsletter, featuring provocative and timely, topical forums, plus Reports from the Grassroots.

Past Issues

  • 2017-2018

    • UnKoch My Campus
    • 2017 Prize and Award Winners
    • Conference Travel Grants
    • Bringing Labor History to Life
    • Independent Historians Committee
    • 2016 Bibliography
  • 2016

    • Looking ahead from November
    • Celebrating James Green
    • Contingent Faculty Committee
    • Global affairs committee report
    • 2016 Prizes and award winners
    • 2015 Bibliography
  • 2015

    • President’s Perspective: Looking Ahead from Washington, D.C.
    • David Montgomery Prize Winners
    • Taft & Gutman Prize Winners
    • Distinguished Service Awards
    • Fighting Inequality: Joint Conference of LAWCHA and WCSA
    • Teachers and Public Sector Workers Initiative
    • Recruitment, Retention, and State Coordinating
    • Graduate Student Travel Awards
    • LAWCHA Members Activities
    • Labor History Bibliography, 2014
  • 2013

    • LAWCHA Members and Moral Mondays
    • Refocusing & Recap: NYC 2013 Conference
    • LAWCHA Member Activities
    • Remembering Robert Zieger, 1938-2013
    • Gutman and Taft Prize Winners, 2013
    • 2012-2013 Bibliography
  • Spring/Summer 12

    • Bread and Roses Centennial Events
    • The Dirty Work of the “Underclass”
    • Occupy and Labor: What Role for Labor Historians?
    • Reports from the LAWCHA/OAH 2012 Meeting
  • Fall/Winter 2011-12

    • Shelton Stromquist on Translocal History
    • Reflections on Wisconsin and Ohio
    • Reports on Events and Conferences
    • Remembering David Montgomery
  • Spring 2011

    • Labor Activism and Memory
    • The Progressive Quandry
    • LAWCHA at the AHA
  • Spring 2010

    • Reflections on Yablonski’s 1969 UMW Campaign
    • Labor, the University, and the Financial Crisis
    • Notes from D.C.
  • Fall 2009

    • Report Back From the Chicago Conference
    • Forum on AFL-CIO
    • Messages From the Grassroots
  • Spring 2009

    • Labor, Obama and the Economic Crisis
    • LAWCHA Ludlow Committee Wins National Landmark
    • The American Right and U.S. Labor
  • Fall 2008

    • “The Return of the Working Class”
    • Working Class Heroes and the 2008 Presidential Election
    • New LAWCHA Committee on Labor Landmarks, Public History and Memory
  • Spring 2008

    • Labor History and the Politics of Hope
    • Exposing the Anti-Union NLRB
  • Fall 2007

    • The Politics of Immigration>
    • Founding of the Southern Labor Studies Association
    • Labor Education and Labor Studies Programs Under Fire
  • December 2006

    • Work and Class in Post-Katrina New Orleans
    • Venezuelan Labor: An Update
  • February 2006

    • The AFL-CIO Split: A Forum
    • The State of Organized Labor: A View From Another World
  • May 2005

    • San Francisco Hotel Labor Dispute Embroils Academics
    • OAH Panel on the Attack on Labor Studies
  • October 2004

    • The NLRB and the Future of Graduate Student Organizing
  • March 2004

    • California Right Attacks Labor Studies Scholarship