All are welcome to join Working-Class Studies Association leaders Michele Fazio (Secretary), Christie Launius (President), and Tim Strangleman (President-Elect) to meet first-time conference participants and new graduate students as well as returning graduate students.
Voices of the Lumbee is a feature-length documentary film that tells the story of modern-day Robeson County, North Carolina, and the Lumbee Tribe’s place within it. Utilizing students in English, public relations, journalism, and broadcasting programs at UNCP, the production became a cross-disciplinary exercise spanning nearly three years. Embracing the philosophy of service-learning, students partnered […]
Rebecca Harding Davis, Tillie Olsen, and the Repression of Working-Class Representation — Raymond Mazurek
The Claim of the Dispossessed: Redefining the American Working Class through Literature — Polina Kroik
“‘Working Americans’ Are Rediscovered”: US Media and the Discovery of “Middle America,” 1968-1972 — Christopher Cimaglio