Please join us at our GSU Special Collection & Archives Reed Fink Award Talk “Household Technicians or Maids of Honor?
Welcome to H-Labor, a member of H-Net Humanities & Social Sciences OnLine. H-Labor is particularly interested in fostering international discussion and colaboration on labor history topics. It also recognizes that teaching the history of workers entails maintaining some knowledge of working people and their unions today.
2023 Business History Conference: Call For Papers
Concentrated market power and the weakened sway of corporate stakeholders over management have emerged as leading concerns of American political economy.
Proposals are invited for the conference
Building Ecosystems/Selling Natures: At the Edge of Environments and Economies
Workshop in Princeton, New Jersey
October 28-29, 2022
Call for Papers
Deadline: May 22, 2022
Co-sponsored by Princeton University’s Department of History and Columbia University’s Harriman Institute
Education is among the largest public expenditures in the United States. How is school funding determined, and by whom?
H-Labor Readers will be interested to know about teh recent work on the ALU victory published in Labor Online.
A Victory for Hope: A Note about the ALU Victory with References
Professor Ian Rocksborough-Smith wrote a short note with references to some recent journalism that highlights the promises of the Amazon Labor Union victory for building multi-racial and intersectional coalitions for organizing the precariously employed in these times.
What’s Old is New Again: Some Initial Thoughts on the Amazon Workers Victory
Silence speaks volumes. Especially silences in historical memory, which reflect the values of a society as it chooses what and whom to remember.
UCLA LGBTQ Studies’ 25th Q-Grad Conference is seeking graduate student papers and creative work that speaks to the theme: Queer Temporalities: Resisting straight~forwards.