During the upcoming Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association (Boston, 4-7 January 2001) International Labor and Working Class History will organize two sessions:
Friday, January 5, 2:30-4:30, Sheraton, Beacon Room H: Session 1
Recent Work in Labor History: a Roundtable
- Chair: Michael Hanagan, New School University
- Dan Bender, NYU, "Male Workers, Shopgirls, and Women Workers: The Worker Question in Garment Labor, 1880-1910"
- David Colman, University of Iowa, "Racial Politics and Identity in the Labor Movement: Black Workers' Activism in the United Auto Workers, 1941-1973"
- Rosanne Currarino, Princeton University, "Labor Intellectuals and the Labor Question: Wage Work and the Making of Consumer Society in America, 1873-1905"
- Elizabeth Jones, Colorado State University, "Saxon Farm Families, Agrarian Crisis, and Traditions of Labor Militancy in Weimar Saxony"
- Lisa Phillips, Edgewood College, "Labor and Civil Rights in New York City during the Cold War: District 65, 1946-1963"
Saturday, January 6, Sheraton, Libert Room B: Session 2
Doing Transnational Labor History:a Roundtable
- Chair, Barbara Weinstein, University of Maryland at College Park
- Jeff Cowie, Cornell University
- Gunther Peck, University of Texas at Austin
- Susan Pennybacker, Trinity College, Conn.
- Michael Topp, University of Texas at El Paso.
Posted: 20 December 2000