Athabasca University Press Book Series

Athabasca University Press, publisher of Labour/Le Travail, publishes two labour-themed book series.  The press is interested in receiving proposals that are broadly related to work and labour from a range of historical, contemporary, and disciplinary contexts:

Working Canadians:  Books from the CCLH

http://www.aupress.ca/index.php/books/series#WorkingCanadians

The Canadian Committee on Labour History is Canada’s organization of historians and other scholars interested in the study of the lives and struggles of working people throughout Canada’s past. Since 1976, the CCLH has published Labour/Le travail, Canada’s pre-eminent scholarly journal of labour studies. It also publishes books, now in conjunction with AU Press, that focus on the history of Canada’s working people and their organizations. The emphasis in this series is on materials that are accessible to labour audiences as well as university audiences rather than simply on scholarly studies in the labour area. This includes documentary collections, oral histories, autobiographies, biographies, and provincial and local labour movement histories with a popular bent.

Fabriks: Studies in the Working Class

http://www.aupress.ca/index.php/books/series#Fabriks

Fabriks: Studies in the Working Class provides a broad-based forum for labour studies research. Of particular interest are works that challenge familiar national and institutional narratives, focusing instead on gender-based, occupational, ethnic, and regional divisions among workers and on strategies for fostering working-class solidarity. The series also seeks to resurrect both social class analysis and the view of labour movements as a potentially liberating social force. It invites contributions not only from labour historians but from industrial relations scholars, political scientists, economists, sociologists and social movement theorists, and anyone else whose concerns lie with the history and organization of labour, its philosophical underpinnings, and the struggle for economic and social justice.

Please contact Pamela Holway (Senior Editor) for further information:  editor.aupress@athabascau.ca