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  • Editorial Office:
    Labor: Studies in Working-Class History
    Kalmanovitz Initiative
    209 Maguire Hall
    Georgetown University
    37th and O Sts. NW
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    202-687-2293
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    Editor:
    Leon Fink, Georgetown University

    Book Reviews Editor:
    Cindy Hahamovitch, College of William and Mary

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    Editorial Assistant:
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    Editorial Committee:
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    Dorothy Sue Cobble
    Joshua Freeman
    Julie Greene
    Kelly Lytle-Hernandez
    Seth Rockman

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    Kevin Boyle
    Aviva Chomsky
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    Bruce Laurie
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    Nelson Lichtenstein
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  • Labor encourages authors to submit manuscripts electronically. Include the article's title but not the author's name or institution; provide the latter information, as well as a telephone number, in the cover e-mail. Please confirm also that the manuscript has not been submitted elsewhere and will not be before a decision on publication has been made by the editor of Labor. Typically, manuscript submissions to Labor should not exceed 10,000 words, including footnotes.

    Direct editorial correspondence and manuscripts for submission to Professor Leon Fink, Kalmanovitz Initiative, 209 Maguire Hall, Georgetown University, 37th and O Sts. NW, Washington, DC 20057; phone: 202-687-2293; fax: 202-687-8607; e-mail: labor@georgetown.edu.

    Direct editorial correspondence and manuscripts for book reviews to Professor Cindy Hahamovitch, Department of History, College of William and Mary, PO. Box 8795, Williamsburg, VA 23187-8795; e-mail: laborreviews@wm.edu.

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  • Description

    The official journal for the Labor and Working-Class History Association (LAWCHA). A subscription to Labor is available through membership in LAWCHA.

    The labor question—who will do the work and under what economic and political terms?—beckons today with renewed global urgency. As a site for both historical research and commentary, Labor: Studies in Working-Class History hopes to provide an intellectual scaffolding for understanding the roots of continuing social dilemmas. We invite submissions that explore the situation, subjectivity, or strategy of working men and women in any era. Although the tradition from which we emerge and to which we still pay critical homage has focused primarily on social movements and institutions based on “free” industrial labor, we mean to give equal attention to other labor systems and social contexts (e.g., slavery and other coercive labor forms, agricultural work, unpaid and domestic labor, the contingent or informal sector, the professions). While we begin with the US experience, we intend to extend our literacy not only across the American hemisphere but also, by way of transnational, international, and comparative themes, toward a truly global reach. To these ends, we look not only to academic historians but also to other scholars, journalists, labor educators, poets, and writer-activists for research articles, interpretive essays, notes and documents, and reviews.

    The journal is endorsed by SPARC (the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition), an initiative of the Association of Research Libraries.

    Abstractors and Indexers:

    Indexed/abstracted in the following: Alternative Press Index, America: History and Life, Historical Abstracts, Emerging Sources Citation Index, SocINDEX, Sociological Abstracts, Worldwide Political Science Abstracts.

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