CFP - Industrial vigilantism, strikebreaking and patterns of anti-labour violence, 1890s-1930s. A comparative and transnational perspective

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October 23, 2018 to October 24, 2018

Article: Greg Castillo, "Counterculture Materialized: Work and the ‘Outlaw Builder'"

Greg Castillo, "Counterculture Materialized: Work and the ‘Outlaw Builder" Room One Thousand #6 (May 2018): 49-81.

Greg Castillo is an Associate Professor of Architecture at the University of California, Berkeley. You can find the article attached to this post.


Article Synopsis

Call for Papers: Sports and Politics

CfP: Sports and Politics
December 15, 2018
20 Jay Street, Suite 1010, Brooklyn, New York 11201

Dr. Clarence Jefferson Hall Jr., Assistant Professor of American and Environmental History, Queensborough Community College, CUNY, New York, USA

Dr. Frank Jacob, Professor of Global History, Nord University, Norway

In cooperation with Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung, New York Office and Verso Books, New York

Speaking Labor to Power - William B. Wilson

Scottish immigrant and Pennsylvania coal miner, William Bauchop (W. B.) Wilson (1862-1934), became the voice of workers speaking to power as a founder of the United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) union, the first representative for labor in Congress, and the first secretary of labor in the Woodrow Wilson (no relation) administration.  For more, please see

W. J. Shepherd, Associate Archivist, Catholic U.


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