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Sage Critical Sociology Labor Scholars Series
 

Podcasts from Sage's Critical Sociology Labor Scholars Series

The line between history and sociology becomes obscure in the field of the sociology of work. Important sociology is being generated in history departments even as sociologists return to their discipline’s roots in historical inquiry. This podcast series contributes to and enriches this conversation between sociology and labor history. Each podcast concentrates upon a particular set of historical issues with contemporary relevance for sociologists.

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DATE TITLE DESCRIPTION
June 13, 2012 The Detroit Newspaper Strike as Signal Juncture 
(Length: 0:10:33)
Chris Rhomberg of Fordham University discusses the Detroit Newspaper Strike of the late 1990s and material from his book about the strike, 'The Broken Table.'
July 9, 2012 Learning from Occupy Wall Street
(Length: 0:14:31)
Ruth Milkman, Professor of Sociology at CUNY Graduate Center, discusses the sociological study of the Occupy movement.
July 9, 2012 Workers, Unions, and Worker Centers
(Length: 0:12:15)
Ruth Milkman, Professor of Sociology at CUNY Graduate Center, discusses the current state of organized labor in the United States and some possible paths labor organizing might take in the future.
July 12, 2012 American Labor Republicanism
(Length: 0:13:59)
Troy Rondinone of Southern Connecticut State University and Graham Cassano of Oakland University discuss their work on labor republicanism in U.S. history.
July 19, 2012 Rethinking the Detroit Autoworker of the 1950s
(Length: 0:14:40)
Dan Clark of Oakland University discusses the struggles Detroit autoworkers faced during the 1950s.
July 28, 2012 The Construction of Whiteness in Post-racial America
(Length: 0:14:04)
Fran Shor, Professor of History at Wayne State University, discusses the racialized social system in the United States.
Aug. 14, 2012 Caring for America 
(Length 0:14:20)
Jennifer Klein, Professor of History at Yale University, discusses her new book, written with Eileen Boris, 'Caring for America: Home Health Care Workers in the Shadow of the Welfare State.'

 These podcats were made possible with partial funding from the CLAS  Faculty IT Mini-Grant program

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