1993 - supplement 1

Articles in this issue

  • [The end of labour history?]
    Editorial
    Pages: 1 - 3
  • Divisions of Labor: The Splintered Geography of Labor Markets and Movements in Industrializing America. 1790-1930
    Pages: 5 - 37
  • Polymorphous Synchrony: German Industrial Workers and the Politics of Everyday Life
    Pages: 39 - 84
  • Class Formation and the Labor Movement as the Subject of Dialectic Social History
    Pages: 85 - 103
  • History of Symbols as Social History? Ten preliminary notes on the image and sign systems of social movements in Germany
    Pages: 105 - 125
  • Race and the Working-Class Past in the United States: Multiple identities and the Future of labor History
    Pages: 127 - 143
  • Gender and Labor History: The nineteenth-century legacy
    Pages: 145 - 162
  • Connecting Household History and Labour History
    Pages: 163 - 173