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Class, Work and RevolutionTwenty-Sixth Annual North American Labor History ConferenceWayne State University,  October 21-23, 2004The Program Committee of the North Ameri


Class, Work and Revolution
Twenty-Sixth Annual North American Labor History Conference
Wayne State University,  October 21-23, 2004

The Program Committee of the North American Labor History
Conference invites proposals for sessions and papers
on Class, Work and Revolution, for our twenty-sixth annual
meeting.  Since the seventeenth century, the cataclysms of
political and social revolution, broadly defined, have recast
the nation-state and re-configured civil society, global
economies, and national cultures.  In this process, class
structures, the language and ideology of work and class, and
class politics have been re-cast as revolutions and
revolutionary regimes have emerged and changed.  In 2004, the
North American Labor History Conference will explore these
themes in a range of international and national contexts,
such as the American Revolution, the French Revolution,
revolutionary movements in Europe, Asia, Africa, and Latin
America in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, the
Mexican Revolution, the Russian Revolution, the Chinese
Revolution, and twentieth-century national liberation

The program committee encourages comparative and
interdisciplinary scholarship from a range of national and
international contexts, the integration of public historians
and community and labor activists into conference sessions,
and the use of differing session formats (workshops,
roundtable discussions, and multimedia as well as traditional
panels).  It encourages sessions which may address the topic
from perspectives of gender, race, ethnicity, and sexuality.

Please submit panel and paper proposals (including a 1-2 page
abstracts and brief cvs or biographical statements for all
participants) by March 1st, 2004.

The North American Labor History Conference is sponsored by
the Department of History, the Walter Reuther Library, the
College of Liberal Arts, and the College of Urban, Labor and
Metropolitan Affairs, Wayne State University, and the Labor
and Working Class History Association.


  • lundi 01 mars 2004


  • Professor Janine Lanza
    courriel : ao1605 [at] wayne [dot] edu

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  • H-France #
    courriel : cfdks [at] eiu [dot] edu

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