International Labor and Working-Class History (ILWCH)
International Labor and Working-Class History (ILWCH) is a semiannual publication of Cambridge University Press in conjunction with the Columbia University History Department. ILWCH 96 will be a Special Issue on Blackness and Labor in the Afterlives of Racial Slavery. Abstracts are due by January 31, 2017. See the detailed call for papers here.
ILWCH has an international reputation for scholarly innovation and quality. It explores diverse topics from globalization and workers’ rights to class and consumption, labor movements, class identities and cultures, unions, and working-class politics.
ILWCH publishes original research, review essays, conference reports from around the world, and an acclaimed scholarly controversy section. Comparative and cross-disciplinary, the journal is of interest to scholars in history, sociology, political science, labor studies, global studies, and a wide range of other fields and disciplines.
Franco Barchiesi, Ohio State University
Prasannan Parthasarathi, Boston College
Peter Winn, Tufts University
Marcel van der Linden, International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam
Thai Jones, Columbia University
Tania Bhattacharyya, Columbia University
ILWCH 88, Fall 2015
Historicizing Domestic Labor: Resistance and Organizing
Issue Editors: Eileen Boris and Premilla Nadasen
Issue available online at: Cambridge University Press
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