Labour/Le Travail 77

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Contents of Labour/Le Travail 77:

 
Contributors / Collaborateurs
 
Editors’ Note / Note des rédacteurs en chef
 

ARTICLES

Rachel K. Brickner
Tweeting Care: Educators’ Dissent through Social Media in the US and Canada
Tamara Daly, Jim Struthers, Beatrice Müller, Deanne Taylor, Monika Goldmann, Malcolm Doupe, and Frode F. Jacobsen
Prescriptive or Interpretive Regulation at the Frontlines of Care Work in the “Three Worlds” of Canada, Germany and Norway
Joseph Courtney and Robert Hickey
Street-Level Advocates: Developmental Service Workers Confront Austerity in Ontario
Eric Fillion
Jazz libre : « musique-action » ou la recherche d’une praxis révolutionnaire au Québec (1967-1975)

RESEARCH NOTES / NOTES DE RECHERCHE

Jason L. Newton
“These French Canadian of the Woods are Half-Wild Folk”: Wilderness, Whiteness, and Work in North America, 1840–1955
Susan Dianne Brophy
The Emancipatory Praxis of Ukrainian Canadians (1891–1919) and the Necessity of a Situated Critique
Tara La Rose
Analyzing Digital Narratives as Global Social Work Texts: A Case Study of “The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie Social Worker”

NOTE AND DOCUMENT / NOTE ET DOCUMENT

Stan Granic
Establishing the South Slavic Radical Labour Press in Canada:  The 1931 Reminiscences of Anyox Miner Marko P. Hećimović

WORK POETRY / POÉSIE DE TRAVAIL

Gerald Tulchinsky
Nine Workers Died

REVIEW ESSAYS / NOTES CRITIQUES

Peter Brogan
Education Deform and Social Justice Unionism
Yukari Takai
Transcending the National in Migration History in North America
Dustin Galer
Packing Disability into the Historian’s Toolbox: On the Merits of Labour Histories of Disability
 
Reviews / Comptes rendus
Abstracts / Résumés