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Routledge International Handbook of Working-Class Studies

Edited by: Michele Fazio , Christie Launius , Tim Strangleman

Print publication date:  December  2020
Online publication date:  December  2020

Print ISBN: 9781138709829
eBook ISBN: 9781315200842
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9781315200842
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The Routledge International Handbook of Working-Class Studies is a timely volume that provides an overview of this interdisciplinary field that emerged in the 1990s in the context of deindustrialization, the rise of the service economy, and economic and cultural globalization. The Handbook brings together scholars, teachers, activists, and organizers from across three continents to focus on the study of working-class peoples, cultures, and politics in all their complexity and diversity.??

The Handbook maps the current state of the field and presents a visionary agenda for future research by mingling the voices and perspectives of founding and emerging scholars. In addition to a framing Introduction and Conclusion written by the co-editors, the volume is divided into six sections: Methods and principles of research in working-class studies; Class and education; Work and community; Working-class cultures; Representations; and Activism and collective action. Each of the six sections opens with an overview that synthesizes research in the area and briefly summarizes each of the chapters in the section. Throughout the volume, contributors from various disciplines explore the ways in which experiences and understandings of class have shifted rapidly as a result of economic and cultural globalization, social and political changes, and global financial crises of the past two decades.

Written in a clear and accessible style, the Handbook is a comprehensive interdisciplinary anthology for this young but maturing field, foregrounding transnational and intersectional perspectives on working-class people and issues and focusing on teaching and activism in addition to scholarly research. It is a valuable resource for activists, as well as working-class studies researchers and teachers across the social sciences, arts, and humanities, and it can also be used as a textbook for advanced undergraduate or graduate courses.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Section introduction Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Class analysis from the inside Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Reconceiving class in contemporary working-class studies Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Mediating stories of class borders Download PDF
Chapter  5:  The ‘how to’ of working-class studies Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Section introduction Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Class Beyond the Classroom Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Working-class student experiences Download PDF
Chapter  9:  The pedagogy of class Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Being working class in the English classroom Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Getting schooled Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Learning our place Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Section introduction Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Deindustrialization and its consequences Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Economic dislocation and trauma Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Working-class studies, oral history and industrial illness Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Precarity’s affects Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Feeling, re-imagined in common  Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Section introduction Download PDF
Chapter  20:  There is a genuine working-class culture Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Class, culture, and inequality Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Post-traumatic lives Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Activist class cultures Download PDF
Chapter  24:  The Australian working class in popular culture Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Section introduction Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Writing Dubai Download PDF
Chapter  27:  The cinema of the precariat Download PDF
Chapter  28:  The ‘body of labor’ in U.S. postwar documentary photography Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Mapping working-class art Download PDF
Chapter  30:  ‘Things that are left out’ Download PDF
Chapter  31:  Lit-grit Download PDF
Chapter  32:  Mass incarceration, prison labor, prison writing Download PDF
Chapter  33:  Marketing millennial women Download PDF
Chapter  34:  Section introduction Download PDF
Chapter  35:  From stigma to solution Download PDF
Chapter  36:  Border crossing with day laborers and affordable housing activists Download PDF
Chapter  37:  Finding class in food justice efforts Download PDF
Chapter  38:  The mutual determination of class and race in the United States Download PDF
Chapter  39:  Documenting Lumbee working-class history Download PDF
Chapter  40:  Precarious workers and social mobilization in Portuguese call centre assembly lines Download PDF
Chapter  41:  Post-Fordist affect Download PDF
Chapter  42:  Conclusion Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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