Southern Labor Studies Syllabus Exchange - Call for Papers
Call for Papers - Southern Labor Studies Association
The Southern Labor Studies Association is pleased to announce its newest project, the SLSA Syllabus Exchange. The association solicits submissions of completed course syllabi on themes related to labor and working-class history in the American South. We welcome both surveys of this topic as well as specialized classes on employment in a particular industry or place (such as mining in Appalachia, textile work in the Piedmont, etc.), different systems of work (slavery, indentured servitude, convict labor, waged labor, housework, etc.), or the relationship of labor and class to larger forces such as electoral politics, social movements, white supremacy, and patriarchy. We also encourage courses that explore oral history methodology, service learning, and other forms of field work in the Southern context.
Please send your submissions in PDF format to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Exchange will be password protected, and only SLSA members will have access to the syllabi. If you are not yet a member of SLSA, please consider joining at the same time that you renew your membership in the Labor and Working-Class History Association, by visiting http://www.dukeupress.edu/lawcha/.
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