Labour/Le Travail 73

LLT volume 73 cover

Contents of Labour/Le Travail 73:

 
Contributors / Collaborateurs
 

OBITUARY / NÉCROLOGIE

Elizabeth Quinlan
Hugh Lukin Robinson (1916–2012)
 

ARTICLES

Julia Smith
An “Entirely Different” Kind of Union: The Service, Office, and Retail Workers’ Union of Canada (SORWUC), 1972–1986
Heather Jensen
A History of Legal Exclusion: Labour Relations Laws and British Columbia’s Agricultural Workers, 1937–1975
Christo Aivalis
In Service of the Lowly Nazarene Carpenter: The English Canadian Labour Press and the Case for Radical Christianity, 1926–1939
Jessica Dunkin
The Labours of Leisure: Work and Workers at the Annual Encampments of the American Canoe Association, 1880–1910
 

RESEARCH NOTE / NOTE DE RECHERCHE

Sean Carleton
Drawn to Change: Comics and Critical Consciousness
 

CONTROVERSY / POLÉMIQUE

Stephen Brier
The Ideological and Organizational Origins of the United Federation of Teachers’ Opposition to the Community Control Movement in the New York City Public Schools, 1960–1968
 

PRESENTATION / PRÉSENTATION

Forum: History Under Harper
P. E. Bryden and Matt James
Introduction
Alvin Finkel
Harper’s Vision of the Future Requires Reshaping of the Past
Kiera L. Ladner and Michael McCrossan
Whose Shared History?
Lyle Dick
Remarks on the Harper Government’s Review of History
Veronica Strong-Boag
Limiting Identities: The Conservative Attack on History and Feminist Claims for Equality
Alain Noël
History Under Harper: Leaving Québec, and Much Else, Outside Canada
Gregory S. Kealey
Harper and Non-History
Yasmeen Abu-Laban
The Politics of History Under Harper
Reg Whitaker
Harper’s History: Does the Right Hand Know What the Other Right Hand is Doing?
Adam Chapnick
Rethinking the Impact of the Harper Government on Canadian History: It’s Our Fault Too
Jocelyn Létourneau
L’identitée canadienne refaçonnée?
Daniel Weinstock
The Conservative Assault on Parliamentary Government
Concluding Commentaries
Avigail Eisenberg
Identity Politics: Conservative Style
Bryan D. Palmer
Imagining Politics
 

REVIEW ESSAYS / NOTES CRITIQUES

David Camfield
Recent Studies in Canadian Labour History from the Great Depression into the 21st Century
Kelly Ward
Having It All: Women, Work, Family, and the Academic Career
Donald Wright
Howard Zinn, The People’s Historian
Jennifer Sumner
Health, Sustainability, Food Sovereignty and the Future of Food and Farming: Critical Issues in Food Studies
Alan Wald
“A Seemingly Incongruous Alliance”: Trotskyists and Teamsters in 1934
 
Reviews / Comptes rendus
Abstracts / Résumés