Subject: Announcement: Temple Labor Studies Publishing Project and Working People of Philadelphia Event, Nov. 6
I am pleased to announce a major labor studies publishing project that my wife, Annie Johnson, is leading at the Temple University Libraries and Press. Made possible with a grant from the National Endowment for Humanities for open access publishing, the press is reissuing 30 out-of-print labor studies books and making them freely available online. The first 11 titles are already available: http://tupress.temple.edu/open-access/labor-studies/https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Ftupress.temple.edu%2Fopen-access%2Flabor-studies%2F&data=02%7C01%7Csagauro%40smlr.rutgers.edu%7Ca2d01a720caf474e374c08d640701bc9%7Cb92d2b234d35447093ff69aca6632ffe%7C1%7C0%7C636767248113830267&sdata=BX6Cigbq7f51709zpw5Gmeg8XnExN2Psxvt8vO%2FQMP8%3D&reserved=0
Our LSER colleagues Dorothy Sue Cobble, Sheri Davis-Faulkner, and Fran Ryan have made wonderful contributions to the project. Dorothy Sue wrote a new foreword for Sisterhood and Solidarity: Workers’ Education for Women, 1914-1918, edited by Joyce L. Kornbluh and Mary Frederickson. Sheri wrote a new foreword Labor Education for Women Workers, edited by Barbara Meyer Wertheimer. On Wednesday, November 6, Fran and Sharon McConnell-Sidorick are leading a discussion of Working People of Philadelphia, 1800-1850 by Bruce Laurie at the Philadelphia Ethical Society at 6:00 pm. Check out the announcement for the event below and the flyer attached to this email. Please share the event widely!
To find out more about the TU Libraries and Press labor studies open access publishing project, you can contact Annie at email@example.com:firstname.lastname@example.org
In solidarity, Will Brucher
-------- Join historians and native Philadelphians Francis Ryan and Sharon McConnell-Siddorick for a conversationhttps://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Ft.e2ma.net%2Fclick%2Ffshzrb%2Fjn4wao%2Fznfqel&data=02%7C01%7Csagauro%40smlr.rutgers.edu%7Ca2d01a720caf474e374c08d640701bc9%7Cb92d2b234d35447093ff69aca6632ffe%7C1%7C0%7C636767248113830267&sdata=M74ZWqFQOjlsJFzOSIjKfbXNd2ZYVBPflurzPh63AIo%3D&reserved=0 on what life as a worker in Philadelphia was like in the 19th century, compared with the present day. The event celebrates Temple University Press’s reissue of The Working People of Philadelphia, 1800-1850https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Ftupress.temple.edu%2Fopen-access%2Fepub%2F7%2FLaurie_9781439917947.epub%23epubcfi(%2F6%2F2%5Bnav_00%5D!%2F4%2F1%3A0)&data=02%7C01%7Csagauro%40smlr.rutgers.edu%7Ca2d01a720caf474e374c08d640701bc9%7Cb92d2b234d35447093ff69aca6632ffe%7C1%7C0%7C636767248113830267&sdata=%2FjG6UsrtI0Bd6kQ3CV5UuVMrt5zwVOtq9x%2BAsX0TZjI%3D&reserved=0 by Bruce Laurie.
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