Nominations for the 2018 WCSA Awards are due no later than January 31, 2019. Click here for submission details.
December 2019, Special Issue: Social Haunting, Classed Affect, and the Afterlives of Deindustrialization This Special Issue of the Journal of … More
Editors Ben Clarke and Nick Hubble new book, Working-Class Writing: Theory and Practice explores working-class fiction on its continued relevance to the social and intellectual contexts … More
June 2019 Issue: Open Call, No Theme The Journal of Working-Class Studies seeks submissions that explore working-class life around the world. … More
Click here for the latest issue of the JWCS, edited by Jeanetta Calhoun Mish.
Please take a look at recently published books related to the field of working-class studies. Full descriptions for each are … More
The Working-Class Studies Association (WCSA) invites nominations (including self- nominations) for awards covering the year of 2018. Award categories are: ❖ Tillie Olsen Award for Creative Writing: Published books of poetry, ﬁction, creative non-ﬁction, and … More
Abstracts are invited for an edited anthology on the experiences of individuals who are in the first-generation (first-gen) of their … More
Longtime member and former WCSA president Christie Launius has started a new position as Department Head of Gender, Women, and … More
Dear fellow members of the Working-Class Studies Association, As I sit here writing this first presidential letter to the membership, … More