Thursday, November 17 / 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM Clark 1 (Floor 7)

Session 13
Labor Movements and Configurations of Racial Capitalism: Theorizing Race, Class, Gender in historical change

Chair: Barry Eidlin, McGill University

1. "I's the Power": Interracial Unionism on the Milwaukee Waterfront in the Depression EraMichael Billeaux, Madison Area Technical College; David Calnitsky, Western University.

2. An Investigation of the Relationship between Gig Work and Structural InequalityJaylexia Clark, University of Notre Dame.

3. Managing the Reserve Army in Colonial Kenya: Unemployment, Incarceration, and Settler Profitability in the Great DepressionJonathan Jenner, University of Manitoba.

4. Workers in Barricades and Mayors on Bicycles: Subway Strikes and Race, Class, Gender Politics in New York City and SeoulYoubin Kang, University of Wisconsin - Madison.

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