Labour

Volume 77, 2016

Table of contents (19 articles)

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Front Matter

  1. Front Matter

Contributors / Collaborateurs

  1. Contributors / Collaborateurs

Editor's Note

  1. Editors’ Note

Note de la rédaction

  1. Note des Rédacteurs en Chef

Articles

  1. Tweeting Care: Educators’ Dissent through Social Media in the US and Canada
  2. Prescriptive or Interpretive Regulation at the Frontlines of Care Work in the “Three Worlds” of Canada, Germany and Norway
  3. Street-Level Advocates : Developmental Service Workers Confront Austerity in Ontario
  4. Jazz libre : « musique-action » ou la recherche d’une praxis révolutionnaire au Québec (1967–1975)

Research Note / Note de recherche

  1. “These French Canadian of the Woods are Half-Wild Folk” : Wilderness, Whiteness, and Work in North America, 1840–1955
  2. The Emancipatory Praxis of Ukrainian Canadians (1891–1919) and the Necessity of a Situated Critique
  3. Analyzing Digital Narratives as Global Social Work Texts : A Case Study of “The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie Social Worker”

Note and Document / Note et Document

  1. Establishing the South Slavic Radical Labour Press in Canada : The 1931 Reminiscences of Anyox Miner Marko P. Hećimović

Work Poetry / Poésie de Travail

  1. Nine Workers Died

Review Essay / Note critique

  1. Education Deform and Social Justice Unionism / Isabel Nuñez, Gregory Michie, and Pamela Konkol, Worth Striking For: Why Education Policy is Every Teacher’s Concern (Lessons from Chicago) (New York: Teachers College Press, 2015) / Alexandra Bradbury, Mark Brenner, Jenny Brown, Jane Slaughter, and Samantha Winslow, How to Jump-Start Your Union: Lessons from the Chicago Teachers (Detroit: Labor Notes, 2014) / Micah Uetricht, Strike for America: Chicago Teachers Against Austerity (London and New York: Verso, 2014)
  2. Transcending the National in Migration History in North America / Alexander Freund, ed., Beyond the Nation?: Immigrants’ Local Lives in Transnational Culture (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012) / Grace Peña Delgado, Making the Chinese Mexican: Global Migration, Localism, and Exclusion in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2012) / Aya Fujiwara, Ethnic Elites and Canadian Identity: Japanese, Ukrainians, and Scots, 1919–1971 (Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2012)
  3. Packing Disability into the Historian’s Toolbox : On the Merits of Labour Histories of Disability / Susan Burch and Michael Rembis, eds., Disability Histories (Urbana: University of Illinois, 2014) / Nancy J. Hirschmann and Beth Linker, eds., Civil Disabilities: Citizenship, Membership, and Belonging (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015)

Reviews / Comptes Rendus

  1. Reviews / Comptes Rendus

Abstracts / Résumés

  1. Abstracts / Résumés

Back Matter

  1. Back Matter

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