Racializing class, classifying race : labour and difference in Britain, the USA, and Africa / edited by Peter Alexander and Rick Halpern.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
New York : St. Martin's Press, 2000.
Description
xi, 250 pages ; 23 cm.

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Subject(s)
Library of Congress genre(s)
Series
St. Antony's series [More in this series]
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • 1. Empire, Race and Working-class Mobilizations / David Montgomery
  • 2. 'Mexican Labour' in a 'White Man's Town': Racialism, Imperialism and Industrialization in the Making of Arizona, 1840-1905 / A. Yvette Huginnie
  • 3. The 'Lady' Telephone Operator: Gendering Whiteness in the Bell System, 1900-70 / Venus Green
  • 4. The Elusive Irishman: Ethnicity and the Postwar World of New York City and London Dockers / Colin J. Davis
  • 5. A Racialized Hierarchy of Labour? Race, Immigration and the British Labour Movement, 1880-1950 / Kenneth Lunn
  • 6. Racism and Resistance in British Trade Unions, 1948-79 / Satnam Virdee
  • 7. Colonial Labour and Work Palaver: Labour Conflict in Britain and West Africa / Diane Frost
  • 8. Becoming 'Men', Becoming 'Workers': Race, Gender and Workplace Struggle in the Nigerian Coal Industry, 1937-49 / Carolyn A. Brown
  • 9. 'Did Not Come to Work on Monday': the East London Waterfront in Comparative Perspective, c.1930-63 / Gary Minkley
  • 10. Back to Work: Categories, Boundaries and Connections in the Study of Labour / Frederick Cooper.
ISBN
  • 0312229992
  • 9780312229993
  • 0333730925
  • 9780333730928
  • 0333711092 ((SERIES))
  • 9780333711095 ((SERIES))
LCCN
99052033
OCLC
42136362
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