LABOR: Studies in Working-Class History would like to announce its first ever translation prize for new works in labor history in the Spanish and Portuguese languages. We invite scholars to submit unpublished manuscripts that focus on aspects of labor and/or working-class history in any time period or region for consideration by a committee that will be directed by Professor Brodwyn Fischer and include professors Paulo Fontes, Jeffrey Gould, and Ángela Vergara. LABOR will cover the costs of translating the winning essay which will appear in print in 2024. We ask that manuscripts do not exceed 10,000 words including footnotes and follow the Chicago Manual of Style. The closing deadline for submissions is Monday, April 17 2023. Please direct questions to Patrick Dixon at email@example.com.
LABOR: Studies in Working-Class History is a quarterly academic journal published in the United States by Duke University Press. Founded in 2004, LABOR is edited by Distinguished Professor Emeritus Leon Fink and is currently located at Georgetown University's Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and the Working Poor.