An Index to Labour/Le Travail, Volumes 55 and 56, 2005

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An Index to Labour/Le Travail, Volumes 55 and 56, 2005


Bickel, Claudia, Labour/Le Travail


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ABBING, Hans

--Why are artists poor? The exceptional economy of the arts; book review. Labour/Le Travail, 55 (Spring 2005), 329.

AFRICAN-Americans Social history

--Beyond the color line and the Iron Curtain: reading encounters between black and red, 1922-1963; book review. Kate A. Baldwin. Labour/Le Travail, 55 (Spring 2005), 328.

ALEXANDER, Robert J.

--A history of organized labor in Brazil; book review. Labour/Le Travail, 56 (Fall 2005), 368.

ALLEN, Robert C.

--Farm to factory: a reinterpretation of the Soviet industrial revolution; book review. Labour/Le Travail, 55 (Spring 2005), 300-302.

AMARATUNGA, Carol, co-editor

--Caring for/caring about: women, home care and unpaid caregiving; book review. Labour/Le Travail, 56 (Fall 2005), 295-7.

AMERICAN imperialism

Analysis

--Imperialism and disorder: the global ambitions and internal decay of the United States; review article. Geoffrey Wood. Labour/Le Travail, 56 (Fall 2005), 283-91.

--Imperialism and its discontents; review article. Abigail B. Bakan. Labour/Le Travail, 56 (Fall 2005), 269-82.

--Why do people hate America?; book review. Ziauddin Sardar and Merryl Wyn Davies. Labour/Le Travail, 56 (Fall 2005), 368.

ANCTIL, Pierre

--Saint-Laurent: la Main de Montreal; compte rendu. Labour/Le Travail, 55 (printemps 2005), 261-2.

ANTI-AMERICANISM

Analysis

--Why do people hate America?; book review. Ziauddin Sardar and Merryl Wyn Davies. Labour/Le Travail, 56 (Fall 2005), 368.

ARMSTRONG, Charles K.

--The North Korean revolution, 1945-1950; book review. Labour/Le Travail, 55 (Spring 2005), 305-307.

ARMSTRONG, Pat, co-editor

--Caring for/caring about: women, home care and unpaid caregiving; book review. Labour/Le Travail, 56 (Fall 2005), 295-7.

ARTISTS

Social history

--Artists on the Left: American artists and the communist movement, 1926-1956; book review. Andrew Hemingway. Labour/Le Travail, 56 (Fall 2005), 368.

Standard of living

--Why are artists poor? The exceptional economy of the arts; book review. Hans Abbing. Labour/Le Travail, 55 (Spring 2005), 329.

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BAGILHOLE, Barbara

--Women in non-traditional occupations: challenging men; book review. Labour/Le Travail, 55 (Spring 2005), 317-19.

BAKAN, Abigail B.

--Imperialism and its discontents; review article. Labour/Le Travail, 56 (Fall 2005), 269-82.

BAKAN, Joel

--The corporation--the pathological pursuit of profit and power; book review. Labour/Le Travail, 55 (Spring 2005), 319-22.

BALDWIN, Kate A.

--Beyond the color line and the Iron Curtain: reading encounters between black and red, 1922-1963; book review. Labour/Le Travail, 55 (Spring 2005), 328.

BANTING, Keith G., co-editor

The nonprofit sector in interesting times: case studies in a changing sector; book review. Labour/Le Travail, 56 (Fall 2005), 302-304.

BARLEY, Stephen R., co-author

--Gurus, hired guns, and warm bodies: itinerant experts in a knowledge economy; book review. Labour/Le Travail, 56 (Fall 2005), 357-9.

BARROS, Juanita de

--Order and place in a colonial city: patterns of struggle and resistance in Georgetown, British Guiana, 1889-1924; book review. Labour/Le Travail, 56 (Fall 2005), 369.

BARSAMIAN, David, co-author

--Culture and resistance: conversations with Edward W. Said; book review. Labour/Le Travail, 55 (Spring 2005), 279-81.

BENDER, Daniel

--Sweated work, weak bodies: anti-sweatshop campaigns and languages of labor; book review. Labour/Le Travail, 56 (Fall 2005), 328-32.

BERGSTROM, Ola, co-editor

--Contingent employment in Europe and the United States; book review. …

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