Editor Meets Readers Panel on “Class Lives – Stories from Across Our Economic Divides”

In December, Cornell University Press published “Class Lives,” an anthology of first-person stories along the class spectrum, from poverty to super-rich, and everywhere between. This unique book sheds light on many dimensions of the lived experience of class in the US today. Cornell and Class Action expect this book to become a staple of Working-Class Studies […]

Issues Faced by the Contemporary Worker

Self-service Technology and the Control of Labor Time — Brian Thorn
The Epidemic of Wage Theft in Residential Construction — Tom Juravich
Payday Lending, the Free Market, and the Great Wage Stagnation — Devin Fergus
Work, family and gender- addressing Long Term Unemployment and the human infrastructure — Margaret Costello