Published in 2021: The Routledge International Handbook of Working-Class Studies

Co-editors: Michele Fazio (UNC Pembroke), Christie Launius  (Kansas State University), Tim Strangleman (University of Kent) have published The Routledge International Handbook of Working-Class Studies.

Divided into six sections, the handbook consists of 35 essays by leading scholars and educators in our field that cover: Methods and Principles of Research in Working-Class Studies, Class and Education, Work and Community, Working-Class Cultures, Representations, and Activism and Collective Action. Editorial and supplemental materials offer a history of working-class studies, as well as an incisive assessment of the current state of the field.

Congratulations to our editors and all of our contributors!

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