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Conference sessions will focus on how labor and working-class history is remembered by and interpreted for public audiences around the world. Topics might include (but are certainly not limited to): Museum exhibits, Historic sites; Public art; Digital history projects; Mapping projects; Oral...
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The program committee encourages submissions from international, comparative, and interdisciplinary perspectives. We welcome the integration of public historians with community and labor activists, using a variety of formats (workshops, roundtable discussions, book talks, and multimedia...
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Recent elections have shown the emergence of new political demographics and the increased influence of young voters, progressive voters and workers. New labor alliances have increasingly focused their energies on securing and promoting a fresh understanding of how politics can serve workers....
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The challenges and changes presented by globalization have represented a visible and pressing issue for workers over the past several decades. However, the development of a global trade and labor network dates back centuries and has often depended on the contributions of unfree labor – slaves,...
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This conference explores the work conditions and lives of the working class, the history of the labor movement, and the impact of the labor movement on society as a whole.
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