For a faculty seminar this fall, I need help in locating scholarship on women and work culture, particularly on women outside the United States.
I am familiar with the following works: Dorothy Sue Cobble Dishing It Out; Karen Sacks Caring By The Hour; Vicki Ruiz Cannery Women, Cannery Lives; Lisa Fine The Souls of the Skyscraper; Margery Davies Woman's Place is at the Typewriter; Barbara Melosh The Physician's Hand; and Sallie Westwood All Day, Every Day (British). I also know that there was an issue of Feminist Studies a few years ago on the topic and can locate that.
I am most interested in identifying historical works outside of U.S. history, articles as well as books. Thanks.
Benson, Susan Porter Countercultures (Urbana, 1986)
Berger, Iris Threads of Solidarity:Women in South African Industry (London & Indianapolis,1992)
Bernstein, D. From Pioneers to Homemakers (Re: Palestinians)
Borderias, Cristiana Entre Lineas (Barcelona: Icaria,
Mujer, familia, y trabajo
en Espana (Barcelona: Anthropos, 1983)
Boris, Eileen, Ed. Homeworkers in Global Perspective: Invisible No More
Donovan, Frances The Saleslady (Chicago, 1929)
Galva~o, Patricia Industrial Park (A novel, 1930's in Sao Paulo)..reprint U of Nebraska Press, ppbk
Glucksmann, Miriam Women Assemble: Women Workers and the New Industries in Inter-War Britain (1990)
Guy, Donna Sex and Danger in Buenos Aires (U of Nebraska Press, ppbk)
Kaplin, Temma Red City, Blue Period (California)
Kenny, Padraic "Working-Class Community and Resistance in Pre-Stalinist Poland" Social History (1993)
Lowth, Alys Women Workers and South Africa (London, 1903)
McBride, Theresa "A Woman's World: Department Stores and the Evolution of Women's Employment 1870-1920" French Historical Studies 10 (2), 1978 pp.664-683
McPherson, Kate Bedside Matters (Oxford U Press, 1996) (Canadian nurses)
Martin and Rogerson "Women and the Industrial Change: The South African Experience" The South African Geographical Journal 66:1 (April 1984)
Nash, Mary Mujer y movimiento obrero en Espana (Barcelona:Fontamara, 1981)
Radcliffe, Pamela Contact:email@example.com (UC San Diego) has book forthcoming Cambridge University Press
Radforth, Ian and MacDowell, Laurel Sefton ,eds. Canadian Working Class History (Canadian Scholars Press, Toronto)
Sangster, Joan Earning Respect: The Lives of Working Women in Small-Town Ontario, 1920-1960 (Toronto, U of Toronto Press, 1996)
Smith, Steven Article on women's labor protest in Social History, (1994 or 1995)
Walker, Cheryl ,Ed. Women and Gender in Southern Africa (London, 1990)
The Woman Who Waits, n.a., ca. 1920-30's, pub. in Chicago
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