Saturday, 2 December 2017

E. Giermanowska, E. Kolasinska, A. Mrozowicki and J. Rog-Ilnicka on the Doyens of Sociology of Work in Poland

Giermanowska, Ewa, Kolasińska, Elżbieta, Mrozowicki, Adam, Róg-Ilnicka, Joanna (2016) “Tradition, Present and Future of the Sociology of Work in Poland: Reflections on the Project ‘Doyens of the Sociology of Work’”, Warsaw Forum of Economic Sociology 7:1(13) Spring, s. 89-104.

Lucien van der Walt on Anarchism and Marxism

Lucien van der Walt (2017) "Anarchism and Marxism", in N. Jun (ed.), TheBrill Companion to Anarchist Philosophy, Brill Academic Publishers, Leiden, pp. 505-558..

Lucien van der Walt on the First Wave of IWW Activity and Influence in South Africa

Lucien van der Walt (2017) “’All Workers regardless of Craft, Race or Colour’: The First Wave of IWW Activity and Influence in South Africa”, in: Peter Cole, David Struthers and Kenyon Zimmer (eds.), Wobblies of the World: A Global Historyof the IWW, Pluto Press, London/ University of Chicago Press, Chicago, pp. 271-287.

S. Byrne, N. Ulrich and L. van der Walt on FOSATU, South African 'Workerism,' 'Syndicalism' and the Nation

Sian Byrne, Nicole Ulrich and Lucien van der Walt (2017) "Red, Black and Gold: FOSATU, South African 'Workerism,' 'Syndicalism' and the Nation," in: Edward Webster and Karin Pampillas (eds.) The Unresolved National Questionin South Africa: Left Thinking Under Apartheid. Johannesburg: Wits University Press, pp 254-273.

Monday, 6 November 2017

Kim Scipes on Media, Unions and Humanitarian Action in the Philippines

Kim Scipes (2018)  Disaster Management in the Philippines:  Media, Unions and Humanitarian Action, in: Robin Andersen and Purnaka L. de Silva (eds.)  The Routledge Companion to Media and Humanitarian Action.  New York and London:  Routledge, pp. 321-328.