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The Relation Between Philosophy and Religion in Blondel's Philosophy of Action by John J. McNeill From the very beginning Blondel understood his philosophy of action as laying the foundation for a new philosophical understanding of the role religion plays in man's life and the achievement of human destiny. Two central insights governed the entire development of Blondel's philosophy. The first, philosophical and epistemological in nature, had to do with the relation between thought and action, intellect and will.
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  • evolution of modern thought from spinoza to the final schelling
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How Class Works—2010
Conference Program
A Conference at SUNY Stony Brook
June 3-5, 2010his conference is the result of the work
and support of many people. At Stony
Brook, thanks to Provost Eric Kaler, T Vice-President for Research John Mar-
burger, Vice-President for Student Affairs Peter
Baigent, Graduate School Dean Lawrence Martin,
College of Arts and Sciences Dean Nancy Squires,
Dean of International Academic Programs Wil-
liam Arens, Dean of the School of Professional
Development Paul Edelson, Ann Brody and the
staffs of the Offi ce of Conferences and Special
Events, the Department of Student Union and
Activities, and the Department of Economics.
Thanks also to SUNY Vice-Provost for Diversity
Pedro Caban, and to the conference program com-
mittee: Michele Fazio, Fernando Gapasin, Fred
Gardaphe, Pepi Leistyna, Jack Metzgar, Michelle
Tokarczyk, Janet Zandy, and Michael Zweig. For
data base management, web support, and special
logistical organization, thanks to Daniel Wolman.
Thanks to the many Stony Brook faculty, staff,
and graduate students who are facilitating the pro-
gram by chairing sessions and dealing with logisti-
cal needs. And special thanks to all the presenters
who have come to share their work, the substance
of the conference.
Sponsored by
Center for Study of Working Class Life
Department of Economics
State University of New York
Stony Brook, NY 11794-4384
Conference Coordinator: Michael Zweig
Cover photos: Milton Rogovin
Design: Vockley•Lang
Please place
union bug
in this
How Class Works—20101.3 Pedagogy of Class I, SAC 311Wednesday, June 2
Sarah Ryan and Emily Lardner, The Evergreen
8:00pm State University: Social Class as a “Night School”
0. Opening Party, Social and Behavioral Sciences Theme: Two quarters at The Evergreen State College
Building, Seventh Floor lobby/lounge
Heather A. Howley and E.R. Carlin, University
Music by Anne Feeney, readings by Barbara Jensen,
of Akron, Wayne College: Empathy: The Placebo
Gerald McCarthy, and Michelle Tokarczyk, Cash
Joel Saxe, Communication, University of Massa-
chusetts-Amherst: Generational Debt: catalyst to Thursday, June 3
social change and critical class(room) consciousness?1:00-2:15pm
Raymond A. Mazurek, English & American Registration begins in the Student Activities
Studies, Penn State University, Berks Campus: Center (SAC) Lobby
Students Gaze in a Working-Class Mirror: Teaching
the Working-Class Experience in America1:45-3:15pm
1. Concurrent Sessions, Student Activities
1.4 Country Studies 1, SAC 308Center
Ozgur Narin, Economics, Ondokuz Mayis Uni-
1.1 New Media in Labor Studies and versity and Ozgur Mutlu Ulus, Acıbadem Uni-
Working Class Studies, SAC 303 versity: Alpagut Factory Occupation: First Experience
Alyssa Lenoff, Center for Working-Class Studies, of Workers' Self Management in Turkey
Youngstown State University: New Media: Impli- Tara Martin, Sociology, University of New Mex-
cations for Working-Class Americans ico: Crosscurrents of Memory: Myth, Rank and File
Joseph B. Atkins, Journalism, University of Mis- Memory, and Britain’s Winter of Discontent
sissippi: Giving Voice to Southern Workers: The Hugo Chesshire, Political Science, Brock Univer-
Development of “Labor South” sity: In Hostile Waters: The 2009 Concessions of the
John Russo, Center for Working-Class Studies, Canadian Autoworkers Union
Youngstown State University: The Uses of New
Media at the Center for Working-Class Studies: A 3:30-5:00pm
Two-Year Assessment 2. Concurrent Sessions, Student Activities
1.2 Class and Gender, SAC 305
Francine Moccio, Former Director of the In- 2.1 Class Dynamics in Higher Education
stitute for Women and Work at ILR School at and the Professions, SAC 311
Cornell University: Live Wires For a Labor Cause: Amy E. Stich, Sociology of Education, SUNY
Women Electricians in New York City Buffalo: Working-Class Reputation and the Syntax of
Hester Eisenstein, Sociology, Queens College: Rusted Space: A Damaging Discursive Practice within
Feminism Seduced: How Global Elites Use Women’s Higher Education
Labor and Ideas to Exploit the World Kristin Cipollone, Sociology of Education, SUNY
M. Thandabantu Iverson, History Labor Studies, Buffalo: When College is the Only Choice: Post-
Indiana University-Northwest: Beyond Reduction- Secondary Selection Processes of Middle- and Upper
ism: Seeing Class Through Race and Gender in Black Middle-Class Students Attending an Affl uent Public
Healthcare Workers’ Lives High School
Melda Y. Öztürk, Economics, Ondokuz Mayıs Julie Withers, Butte College: Class Act: Negotiating
University and Özgün Akduran, Public Finance, class dynamics at a rural community college
Istanbul University: Women’s Labor in Tobacco
Producing: Before and After Privatization
How Class Works—2010 page 12.2 The Working Class after 2.5 Country Studies II, SAC 303
Neoliberalism, SAC 304 Frido Wenten, Political Science, Free University
Colm Breathnach Geography and Sociology, Berlin: Changing class relations and labour struggles
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow: Mapping the in post-1978 China
Global Working Class Today Kurtuluş Cengiz, Sociology, Abant Izzet Baysal
Neil Davidson, Geography and Sociology, Uni- University: The New Industrial Class of Turkey be-
versity of Strathclyde, Glasgow: Theory and 21st tween Community and Market: A Cross-Section from
Century Workers: Defi nitions, Boundaries, Interests an Anatolian City/Kayseri
Patricia McCafferty, Geography and Sociology, Ugo Palheta, Sociology, Sciences-Po Paris: Class
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow: From Work- Struggle, Struggling Classes. The Social Stratifi cation
shop of the World to Service Sector Central: Glasgow’s of the “anti-CPE” Movement in France (2006)
East End Today
6:30pm - 7:30pm
2.3 Class Issues in History, SAC 308 Registration reopens in the Student Activities
Gregory Wood, History, Frostburg State Univer- Center (SAC) Lobby
sity: Smokes on a Train: Smoking and Class Struggles
on the New York City Subway, 1904-1913 7:30-9:30pm
John Lloyd, History, California State Polytechnic 3. Opening Plenary Session, SAC Ballroom B
University, Pomona: Crowds, Class and Community: Provost Lecture Series, open to the public
The Pittsburgh ‘Mob’ and the Strike of 1877 Larry Cohen, International President, Commu-
Peter S. McInnis, History, St. Francis Xavier Uni- nications Workers of America: Economic Crisis,
versity: Incident at Reesor Siding: Bushworkers and Political Paralysis: What's the Working Class to Do?
the Historical Memory of Violent Confrontation
Vilja Hulden, History, University of Arizona: The
payoffs of class privilege: The National Association of
Manufacturers vs. labor in Congress, 1902-1914
2.4 Calling the Labor Movement to
Discover the Working Class, SAC 305
Bob Fitch, Former Union Organizer, Author:
Needed: A Labor Left that refl ects real democracy and
unites workers by reaching across restrictive jurisdic-
tional lines
Joseph B. Atkins, Journalism, University of Mis-
sissippi: A Call for an Independent, Consciousness-
Raising Labor Media
Martin Fishgold, Editor, The Unionist, AF-
SCME, past president of the International Labor
Communications Association: The Failure of
Unions and Their Media to Reach Out to the Working
Steve Early, Writer, Organizer: The High Price of
Health Care for Some: How EFCA Became The First
Casualty of ObamaCare
page 2 How Class Works—20105.3 Rank and File Research from the Friday, June 4
National Labor College, SAC 304
Eduardo Rosario, National Writers Guild: Dis-
Registration reopens 8:00am-5:00pm mantling The Manufacturing Clause: Another Victim
SAC lobby of Deregulation
Joe Potestivo, International Union of Elevator
8:00am Constructors: The Case of the I.U.E.C., Local One
Continental Breakfast, SAC Ballroom A New York City: Succeed Together or Fail Individually
John Graham, United Brotherhood of Carpenters:
9-10:30am Health Impact of Emergency Response and Recovery
4. Plenary Session: Right Wing Populism Work at the World Trade Center Following 9-11
and the Working Class, SAC Ballroom A Lainie Kitt, International Brotherhood of Team-
Bill Fletcher, Jr., Executive Editor, blackcommenta- sters and American Federation of Teachers, Adjunct Professor, National Labor College: Post-
William K. Tabb, City University of New York Traumatic Stress among Housing Authority Workers
in New York City after 9-1, Chair
10:45am-12:15pm Leah Rambo, Sheet Metal Workers International
5. Concurrent Sessions, Student Activities Center Association: Embracing Diversity: The Key to Build-
ing Strong Unions
5.1 Immigrant Class Identities, SAC 306
Anilyn Díaz-Hernández, Communication, UM- 5.4. What Do Working Class Students
ass Amherst: Morphing into Childhood: Changes, Need in Higher Education? - a roundtable
Chances and Choices in the Life of a Middle-Class discussion, SAC 302
Man Sherry Lee Linkon, Center for Working-Class
David Avishay, Communication, UMass Amherst: Studies, Youngstown State University
Class Journeys? The Role of Class in the Identity For- Chynna Haas, Working-Class Student Union
mation of an Israeli "Good Girl" Jack Metzgar, Chicago Center for Working-Class
Liliana Herakova, Communication, UMass Am- Studies
herst: Journeys of Belonging Nancy Berke, English, LaGuardia College, City
Swati Birla, Sociology, UMass Amherst: A Question University of New York
of Privilege Tim Francisco, Journalism, Youngstown State
5.2 Class Dynamics in Brazil, SAC 305
Berenice Abreu, Social History, Universidade 5.5 Mothering from the Margins, SAC 308
Estadual do Ceará: The Ship Sail on: the Politics of Kinohi Nishikawa, Literature, Duke University:
Class and Brazil´s Northeast Fishermen’s Movement Sons and Mothers: Broken Family Narratives in the
Frederico de Castro Neves, Labor History, Uni- Post-Civil Rights Moment
versidade Federal do Ceará: Working Class Protest Leigh Campoamor, Cultural Anthropology, Duke
and Revolt in Rural Brazil University: “Who Are You Calling Exploitative?”
William Mello, Labor Studies, Indiana University: Child Laborers, Sacrifi cial Mothers, and the Uncaring
The Legion of Workers: Class Formation and Right State in Lima, Peru
Wing Labor Organizations in Northeast Brazil Sara Appel, Literature, Duke University: Safely
in the Net: Interdependence and the Working-Class
Superhero in Katherine Arnoldi's The Amazing 'True'
Story of a Teenage Single Mom
How Class Works—2010 page 35.6 The Construction of Class 6.2 Why Is There No Socialism in
Consciousness, SAC 303 America? Refl ections from Hubert
John P. Beck, Labor and Industrial Relations, Harrison and Ted Allen, SAC 303
Michigan State University: Murdering Labor?: Jeff Perry, Author, Hubert Harrison: The Voice of
How Contemporary Unions Have Fared in the Ameri- Harlem Radicalism, 1883-1918, and literary executor
can Mystery Novel, 1979 – 2009 for Ted Allen
Karen Veitch, Literature, University of Sussex: Sean Ahern, New York City Teacher and Inde-
The Poetics of Class-Consciousness: Reading Genevieve pendent Scholar
Taggard in the Context of New Masses Bill Fletcher, Jr., Executive Editor, blackcommen-
Magnus Nilsson, Comparative Literature, Malmö
University: Swedish Working-Class Literature and the
Construction of Class 6.3 Telling Labor Stories, SAC 302
Michael J. Boyle, Graduate Center, City Univer- Betty Wilson, Curriculum developer for the City
sity of New York: Evangelical Faith and Working- of New York, UAW Local 1981, National Writ-
Class Politics: Forever at Odds? ers Union, DC37: Mr. Jefferson's Piano and Other
Central Harlem Stories
5.7 Class and the LGBT Experience, SAC Jane LaTour, DC37 AFCSME: Sisters in the Brother-
311 hood, working women organizing for equality in New
Jeff A. Cabusao, English, Bryant University and York
Todd Shaw, Political Science, University of Sue Doro, National Writers Union SF Bay Chap-
South Carolina: Barriers Beyond Stonewall: Class, ter; UALE, Retired IAM, Retired AFGE: Home,
Race, and the LGBT Economic Justice Movement Heart & Hard Hats, Blue Collar Goodbyes
Kim Palmore, University of California at River- Timothy Sheard, Assistant Director, Infection
side: Classing Queers: Heteronormativity, Culture, Control & Epidemiology, SUNY/Downstate
and Queer Conventions Hospital, Brooklyn, UAW Local 1981, National
Sara R. Smith, University of California, Santa Writers Union New York Chapter Steering Com-
Cruz: Gay and Lesbian Teachers and the Struggle mittee: The Lenny Moss mysteries
Against the Briggs Initiative, 1976-1978
Yvette Taylor, Sociology, Newcastle University: 6.4 Class Dynamics in Europe, Javits 223
Lesbian and Gay Parents: intersecting spatialites of (by videoconference)
class and sexuality Bruno Monteiro, Portugal
Ariel Sevilla, France2:00-3:30pm
Simon Charleworth, United Kingdom6.Concurrent Sessions, Student Activities
Joao Queiros, PortugalCenter
6.1 Class and Law I , SAC 304
Ahmed A. White, University of Colorado School
of Law: Law, Liberalism, and Class Violence: The
Legacy of the “Little Steel” Strike of 1937
Anne Marie Lofaso, West Virginia University
College of Law: The Role of Employee Voice in Pro-
tecting Collective Job Security
Carla D. Pratt, Penn State University Dickinson
School of Law: Race, Class, and the Formation of
Law and Legal Systems
page 4 How Class Works—20103:45-5:15pm6.5 Pedagogy of Class II, SAC 305
7. Concurrent Sessions, Student Activities Anthony Tambureno, OISE University of Toron-
Centerto: Bringing labor history to youth: Refl ections on the
West Virginia Labor History Project
7.1 Class in Action: Worker Centers and Emily Drabinski, Instruction Librarian, Long
Organizing, SAC 303Island University, Brooklyn: Teaching About Class
Angela MacWhinnie, SEIU Organizerin the Library
Jack McKay, Director, Food and MedicineMichelle B. Gaffey, English, Duquesne Univer-
James Haslam, Director, The Vermont Workers' sity: A Pedagogical Response to, “I’m never shopping at
CenterWal-Mart again!”
Sharon Szymanski and Dianne Ramdeholl, The
7.2 Class and Law II, SAC 304Harry Van Arsdale Jr. Center for Labor Studies:
Ellen Dannin, Penn State University Dickinson Shock Therapy: Class Pedagogy for Electricians
School of Law: Not a Limited, Confi ned, or Private
Matter – The Class-Based Defi nition of Who Is an 6.6 Studies in Service Work, SAC 311
“Employee” under the National Labor Relations ActÇa das ̧ Ceyhan, Communication Sciences, An-ğ
James Grey Pope, Rutgers School of Law--New-adolu University and Mustafa Berkay Aydın,
ark: Race, Race Consciousness, and Constitutional Sociology, Middle East Tecnical University:
Law in the Making of the American Working Class, Retail Workers' Working Conditions, Opinions of 'Or-
1787-1964ganization' and Culture : A Case Study From Ankara/
7.3 Class Consciousness and Worker Lou Martin, History, Chatham University: Indus-
Action, SAC 305trial Workers and the Shift to a Service Economy in
Christine F. Zinni, Filmmaker, SUNY Buffalo West Virginia, 1950-1990
and Ruth Meyerowitz, SUNY Buffalo: Round Marquita Walker, Labor Studies, Indiana Uni-
The Clock: Buffalo Workers and the Fight For Jobs versity School of Social Work: Strength through
With Justicecultural heritage: Lived experiences of hotel workers
Claire Ceruti, Classifi ying Soweto project, Uni-during a union organizing drive
versity of Johannesburg: Striking against a politi-David Van Arsdale, Sociology, SUNY Onondaga
cally explosive background: hidden possibilities in the Community College: The Proliferation and Con-
2005 - 2007 South African strikessequences of Temporary Help Work: A Cross-Border
Esra Daba cı, Sociology, Ankara University and Comparison ğ
Mustafa Kemal Coş kun, Sociology, Ankara
University: Class Consciousness as Interpretation and 6.7 Screening and Discussion: Pakathi –
Changing Act of the Social Life: The Case of Min-Soweto’s “in the Middle” Class, SAC 308
eworkers in TurkeyMosa Phadi, University of Johannesburg
René Rojas, Sociology, New York University:
Bringing the Shop Back In: Politics of Production
and Worker Militancy during the 2008-2009 Bronx
Cookie Strike
How Class Works—2010 page 57:00pm7.4 The Culture of De-industrialization,
8. Conference BanquetSAC 311
Christine J. Walley, Anthropology, MIT: Deindustrial-
8.1 Dinner, Student Activities Center Ballroom A izing Chicago: A Daughter’s Story
Speaker: Barbara Bowen, President, Professional Staff David Wray, Social Sciences, University of Nor-
Congress - CUNY, AFT 2334thumbria: Class or Collective Biography? : The
infl uence of cultural remnants in post-industrial, single
10:00pmindustry, communities
8.2 Party Scott C. Silber, Union organizer and community
Music by Anne Feeney and Elise Bryantorganizer: Sticks and Stones: Storytelling in the
Traumatization of the Working Class and Recovery as
Resistance Saturday, June 5
Registration reopens 8:00am-2:00pm, SAC 7.5 Country Studies III. SAC 308
Penelope Hayes, Business and Law, Auckland
University of Technology: The New Middle Class 8:00am
or the End of Class? An Empirical Investigation into Continental Breakfast, SAC Ballroom A
the Changing Composition of New Zealand’s Class
Structure, 1896–2006 8:00-9:00am
Ed Motamed: Labor in the Islamic Republic of Iran Maria Maisto, President, New Faculty
Majority "The Condition of Contingent
7.6 Dynamics of Class Formation, SAC 306 Academic Labor", SAC Ballroom A
Shannan Clark, History, Montclair State Uni-
versity: Contesting the Social Frontiers of Class: 9:00-10:30am
White-Collar Unionism in New York City during the 9. Plenary Session: The Challenge of
Mid-1940s Charter Schools, SAC Ballroom A
Jean Alonso: In Harm’s Way: Class Traits and Prob- Leo Casey, Vice-President for High Schools,
lems Originating in a Defense Plant United Federation of Teachers, NYC
Kamilah Jarvis, Chicago charter school teacher/
7.7 Class, Race, and Gender in the Building high school English
of a Progressive Majority – a roundtable
discussion, SAC 302
Carl Bloice, The Committees of Correspondence
for Democracy and Socialism
Ira Grupper, The Committees of Correspondence
for Democracy and Socialism
Mark Solomon, The Committees of Correspon-
dence for Democracy and Socialism
Mildred Williamson, Illinois Department of
Public Health, The Committees of Correspon-
dence for Democracy and Socialism
page 6 How Class Works—2010Joseph Varga, Labor Studies, Indiana University 10:45am-12:15pm
of Bloomington: Geographies of Class in South Cen-10. Concurrent Sessions, Student Activities
tral IndianaCenter
Fran Shor, History, Wayne State University: U. S.
Consumers and the Problematics of Solidarity with 10.1 Crashing the Boys’ Club: Women in
Global Sweatshop Workersthe Skilled Trades, SAC 306
Amy Bromsen, Political Science, Wayne State
10.4 Class Confl ict in the Ivory Tower, SAC University: Driven over the Brink at Chrysler: The
302Struggle and Death of Linda Gilbert
Michelle M. Tokarczyk, English, Goucher Col-Amy Peterson, Nontraditional Employment for
lege: So You Think You’ll Find Another Tenured Posi-Women: NEW: You learn more than just the basics
tion?: The Case for Fighting Where You StandLaurel Parker, IBEW Local 3, Empire State Col-
Steve Street, Buffalo State College: Class under lege: Women Building Bridges in the Construction
Glass: The Two Faculty Tiers in Higher Education as Trades
a Microcosm of Class Dynamics
10.2 Class in Literature I, SAC 304 Sharon O’Dair, English, Univeristy of Alabama:
Alisa Balestra, Miami University: The Many Ar- Universal Access, Prestige-Driven Research, and the
ticulations of ‘Working-Class’ in Leslie Feinberg’s Stone Creation of a Class System in the Academic Profession
Butch Blues
Sherry Lee Linkon, Center for Working-Class 10.5 The Changing Labor Process and
Studies, Youngstown State University: Deindustri- Working Class Experience, SAC 305
alization Lit: Stories from the Next Generation Ümit Akçay, Economics, Ordu University: Young,
Tim Libretti, English, Northeastern Illinois Uni- Cheap, Flexible and Un-unionized: New Participants
versity: The Reconfi guration of Class Consciousness of Working Class, The Call Centre Workers
through Anti-Colonial Nationalist Politics in the Nov- Charley Richardson, Labor Extension Program,
els of Milton Murayama: Theorizing Working-Class University of Massachusetts Lowell: Working
Literary Studies in the Age of Cosmopolitanism Alone: Isolation and Class Solidarity in the Modern
Sarah Attfi eld, University of Technology, Sydney, Workplace
Australia: UK Grime and the Expression of Working Laura Clawson, Working America: The Decline
Class Culture of Associationalism and Prospects for Working-Class
10.3 Class Dynamics in Communities I, Nancy Lessin, United Steelworkers' Tony Mazzoc-
SAC 303 chi Center for Health, Safety and Environmental
Alpkan Birelma, Ataturk Institute for Modern Education: Hiding the Injuries of Class: Manage-
Turkish History, Bogazici University: In search of ment’s Plan for Individualizing Harm, Destroying
the “working class”: Workers’ subjectivity and agency Solidarity and Hiding the Toll of Work-related Injuries
in a neighborhood of Istanbul and Illnesses
Ajay Panicker, Sociology, Saint Cloud University Paul Landsbergis, Department of Environmental
and Sudarshana Bordoloi, Geography, York and Occupational Health Sciences, State Uni-
University: Class formation and the Local/Global versity of New York Downstate School of Public
Dialectic: Explaining Proletarianization in Kerala, Health, Brooklyn, NY: Changing Nature of Work
India and Worker Health: Evidence and Labor Union Inter-
How Class Works—2010 page 710.6 Theories of Class, SAC 311 11.2 The Academic Job Market in Working
Hira Singh, Sociology, York University: Class and Class Studies – a roundtable discussion,
Caste: Trajectory of an Erroneous Discourse from Max SAC 302
Weber to Louis Dumont Allison L. Hurst, Sociology, Furman University
Konstantinos Passas, National University of Ath- Cherie Rankin, English, Heartland Community
ens: Class Structure of Greek Society: A Comment on College
Productive and Unproductive Labor Christie Launius, English, University of Wiscon-
Ron Scott, Organizer, Founding Member of the sin-Oshkosh
Detroit Branch of the Black Panther Party: Be- Debbie Warnock, Sociology, University of Wash-
yond Money: Towards a New Defi nition of Class ington
Andor Skotnes, History, The Sage Colleges: Paper: Michele Fazio, English, University of North
Rethinking Nicos Poulantzas and the Structural De- Carolina-Pembroke
termination of Class Sara Appel, Literature, Duke University
Terry Easton, English, Gainesville State College
10.7 Class Tracks in Language, SAC 308
Jacqueline Preston, English, University of 11.3 The Arts in Working Class Activity, SAC
Wisconsin-Madison: Collective Rhetorics: Tropes, 303
Schemes, and Ideographs in Two Rural Communities Erika Schneider and Jon Huibregtse, , Framing-
Kim Hackett, English Composition, University of ham State College: Art in Federal Buildings: Class
Akron: Language Differences in a Juvenile Correc- struggles for an acceptable past
tional Classroom: A Teacher’s Experience Carol Quirke, American Studies, SUNY Old
Janice Kelly, Communication, Molloy College Westbury: “A United Nations in One Union Shop:”
and Millie Burns, Art, Marymount Manhat- Local 65 Distributive Workers Union and Represent-
tan College: Confl icting Messages: Hip Hop Reality ing Diversity
TV shows Moguls’ Formula For Success, Class, and Ruth Meyerowitz, SUNY Buffalo: Channels: Sto-
Culture ries From the Niagara Frontier: Three Years of Short
Films about Effective Community Based Strategies to
Deal with Issues of Class, Poverty and Public Policy
Annual Meeting of the Working Class
Studies Association, SAC 305
11.4 Country Studies IV, SAC 304
Erik Bengtsson, Economic History, University 2:00-3:30pm
of Gothenburg: Workers’ Party, Workers’ Politics? 11. Concurrent Sessions, Student Activities
Blue-collar workers in the Swedish Social Democratic Center
Party today
11.1 The Working Class in Contemporary Hugo Ceron-Anaya, Sociology and Anthropology,
U.S. Politics, SAC 306 Washington College: Golf, Class, and Business in
Carl Davidson, Author, and Co-chair, The Com- Mexico: A Case Study
mittees of Correspondence for Democracy and Claire Ceruti, Classifi ying Soweto project, Uni-
Socialism versity of Johannesburg: Are Soweto’s Unemployed a
Randy Shannon, Treasurer of Pennsylvania 4th Labour Reserve?
Congressional District Chapter of Progressive
Democrats of America, The Committees of Cor-
respondence for Democracy and Socialism
Renee Y. Carter, Co-Chair, The Committees of
Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism
page 8 How Class Works—2010