Labor History articles

Volume 52 (1)

Seizing an opportunity? Union organizing campaigns in Britain, 1998-2004
Heery, Edmund, vol. 52 (1): 23-47
'Less than zero': union recognition and bargaining rights in Australia 1996-2007
Ellem, Bradon, vol. 52 (1): 49-69
Legal origin, ideology, coalition formation, or crisis? The emergence of labor law in a civil law country, Spain 1880-1936
Domenech, Jordi, vol. 52 (1): 71-93
From the picket line to the playground: labor, environmental activism, and the international paper strike in Jay, Maine
Brucher, William, vol. 52 (1): 95-116
Book Reviews
Leidenberger, Georg, vol. 52 (1): 117-136

Volume 51 (4)

Editorial Board
vol. 51 (4): 0-0
Re-constructing the origins of modern labor management
van der Linden, Marcel, vol. 51 (4): 509-522
A victor's history: a comparative analysis of the labour historiography of Indonesia's New Order
Ford, Michele, vol. 51 (4): 523-541
'Learning and labor': faculty unionization at the University of Illinois, 1919-1923
Cain, Timothy Reese, vol. 51 (4): 543-569
Book Reviews
Goldstein, Robert Justin, vol. 51 (4): 571-594
Erratum
vol. 51 (4): 595-595

Volume 51 (3)

The crisis and the economists: a guide to the perplexed
Friedman, Gerald, vol. 51 (3): 345-362
The Americanisation of Australian workplaces
Gould, Anthony M., vol. 51 (3): 363-388
The rise and demise of the 'social clause' proposal in the 1990s: implications of a discourse theoretical reading
Pahle, Simon, vol. 51 (3): 389-410
China's creative approach to 'union' organizing
Taylor, Bill, vol. 51 (3): 411-428
Walter Reuther, the UAW, and the dilemmas of automation
Steigerwald, David, vol. 51 (3): 429-453
'Our conception of non-partisanship means a partisan non-partisanship': the search for political identity in the American Federation of Labor, 1947-1955
Hower, Joseph E., vol. 51 (3): 455-478
Corrigendum
vol. 51 (3): 479-479
Book Reviews
Devault, Ileen A., vol. 51 (3): 481-507

Volume 51 (2)

American corporations and European labor
McKinlay, Alan, vol. 51 (2): 167-172
Exporting the American model? Transatlantic entanglements of industrial relations at Opel and Ford Germany (1948-1965)
Fetzer, Thomas, vol. 51 (2): 173-191
'Safe enclaves'? American multinationals and Spanish trade unionism
Ortiz, Luis, vol. 51 (2): 193-209
American multinationals and British trade unions, c .1945-1974
McKinlay, Alan, vol. 51 (2): 211-229
The circulation of practices: Americanizing social relations at the Cornigliano steel plant (Italy), 1948-1960
Ricciardi, Ferruccio, vol. 51 (2): 231-248
'Low-road Americanization' and the global 'McJob': a longitudinal analysis of work, pay and unionization in the international fast-food industry
Royle, Tony, vol. 51 (2): 249-270
Labor History symposium: Political repression of the American labor movement during its formative years - a comparative perspective
Goldstein, Robert Justin, vol. 51 (2): 271-293
Labor History symposium: responses
Dubofsky, Melvyn, vol. 51 (2): 295-318
Featured review
Cole, Peter, vol. 51 (2): 319-344

Volume 51 (1)

Labor in the information age: a special issue of Labor History
Trumpbour, John, vol. 51 (1): 1-6
Visions of the future, the legacy of the past: demystifying the weightless economy
Nolan, Peter, vol. 51 (1): 7-27
Unions, technologies of coordination, and the changing contours of globally distributed power
Hogan, John, vol. 51 (1): 29-40
Online social networking and trade union membership: what the Facebook phenomenon truly means for labor organizers
Bryson, Alex, vol. 51 (1): 41-53
'Your Rights at Work' campaign: Australia's 'most sophisticated political campaign'
Muir, Kathie, vol. 51 (1): 55-70
Big Pharma, social movements, international labor, and the Internet: critical perspectives on coordination
Little, Stephen, vol. 51 (1): 71-86
Workplace surveillance: an overview
Ball, Kirstie, vol. 51 (1): 87-106
Power without knowledge? Foucault and Fordism, c.1900-50
Coopey, Richard, vol. 51 (1): 107-125
The problem with networks theory
Joseph, Jonathan, vol. 51 (1): 127-144
Labor in the Information Age
Mertes, Tom, vol. 51 (1): 145-166

Volume 50 (4)

A stroll down memory lane: my fifty years-plus association with Labor History
Dubofsky, Melvyn, vol. 50 (4): 399-408
Minzhu guanli : the democratization of factory management in the Chinese revolution
Cliver, Robert, vol. 50 (4): 409-435