Labor and Labor Movements in Global History


This course explores the connections between work, types of workers, workers' movements, labor ideologies, and labor politics from a global historical perspective. Working-class formation, state-labor relations, patterns of racialized and gendered work, and transnational and transcontinental relations and solidarities between workers in different regions of the world will receive special attention. It also examines experiments in workers' control and workers' response to neoliberalism and precarity.
Course Attributes: EN S; AS LCD; AS SSC; AS SD I; FA SSC; AR SSC; AS SC

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Labor and Labor Movements in Global History
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