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Cover of Volume 83, Spring 2019, pp. 1-304, Labour
Contributors / CollaborateursFred Burrill is a PhD candidate in the Department of History at Concordia University and a community organizer in Montréal. His research focuses on deindustrialization, gentrification, and contested territorial claims in the working-class neighbourhood of Saint-Henri.David Camfield is an associate professor of labour studies and sociology at the University of Manitoba, and the author of Canadian Labour in Crisis: Reinventing the Workers’ Movement (2011) and We Can Do Better: Ideas for Changing Society (2017).Kassandra Luciuk is a PhD candidate in the Department of History at the University of Toronto. Her research explores the shaping of ethnic identity in Cold War Canada.Todd McCallum teaches in Halifax and volunteers at the Black Power Hour, the voice of the Burnside prison strikers.Shiva Nourpanah graduated with a PhD in social anthropology from Dalhousie University in 2017. Her areas of research are precarious labour and migration, including the movements of refugees and temporary foreign workers and the role of the state in regulating these forms of movement. She has several publications on refugee affairs. This paper draws on her graduate fieldwork with nurses who travelled to Canada on temporary permits. Currently she is part-time faculty, International Development Studies, Saint Mary’s University, and the provincial coordinator for the Transition House Association of Nova Scotia.Bryan D. Palmer, a former editor of Labour/Le Travail, is the author of a number of works on the history of labour and the left. He is a member of the Socialist Register editorial collective and his most recent book is James P. Cannon and the Emergence of Trotskyism in the United States, 1928–1938, forthcoming in the Historical Materialism book series, published by Brill, in 2019.Anne Pezet est professeure titulaire au Département de management de hec Montréal. Ses recherches portent principalement sur l’histoire des affaires et du management. Elle explore en particulier les effets des discours et méthodes du management sur le travail des gestionnaires et, plus globalement, sur la société. Dans cette perspective, ses publications récentes ont porté sur les pratiques d’entreprise en matière de responsabilité sociale et sur les méthodes de mesure de la performance.Jim Selby is currently a research officer with the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees (aupe). Prior to that, he was research and communications director for the Alberta Federation of Labour for 24 years. He is a past board member and continuing supporter of the Alberta Labour History Institute. He is currently working on a history of aupe.Andrew Stevens is an associate professor in the Faculty of Business Administration at the University of Regina. His research focuses on migrant labour, the political economy of outsourcing, and collective action in Canada.Eric Strikwerda teaches Canadian history at Athabasca University and is vice-president of the Alberta Labour History Institute. He is the author of The Wages of Relief: Cities and the Unemployed in Prairie Canada, 1929–1939 (2013).Jeffery Taylor is professor of history and Dean of Arts at the University of Manitoba.