The Working-Class Studies Association aims to develop and promote multiple forms of scholarship, teaching, and activism related to working-class life and cultures.
The Journal of Working-Class Studies
The Journal of Working-Class Studies is an independent, open-access, scholarly publication with global reach, co-edited by Sarah Attfield and Liz Giuffre, University of Technology, Sydney. Christie Launius, Kansas State University, Manhattan, is its “Book Reviews” editor. The Journal is interdisciplinary and publishes both critical and creative work. For inquiries and to read the current call and submit work, please see the Journal’s website.
Book Notes is published on this website and provides brief summaries of new books related to working-class studies several times a year. Cherie Rankin, Heartland Community College, Normal, Illinois, does fiction and poetry, and Jack Metzgar, emeritus, Roosevelt University, Chicago, Illinois, non-fiction books. Please send them suggestions from your corners of the world to consider for future editions.
Working-Class Perspectives is a blog of weekly commentaries on current issues related to working-class people and communities. Its editors are Sherry Lee Linkon and John Russo, Georgetown University, Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and the Working Poor, Washington, DC. Contributors discuss a variety of issues, from what class means to how it intersects with race, sexuality, and gender to how class is shaping politics. To read the Blog and to learn about submitting work, please see its website.