Labor History (journal)

Labor History (journal)

"Labor History" is an inter-disciplinary journal which publishes articles regarding the history of the labour movement in the United States, Europe and other regions and countries.

The journal publishes articles by historians, industrial relations scholars, economists, political scientists, sociologists, social movement theorists, business management theorists, and others.

The target audience for the journal is comprised of academics, students, workers, and labor movement officials and activists.

The journal was founded in 1959 and is published quarterly by Taylor and Francis.

Each year, "Labor History" awards a number of writing prizes. Honors are given to the best essay on an American topic, best essay on a non-American or comparative topic, best essay written by a scholar within five years of completion of their Ph.D., best labor-themed dissertation, and best book on labor.

External links

* [http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/0023656X.asp Labor History Web site]


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