Labor History

Explore the anti-labor bias within universities and the media's portrayal of working-class women, perspectives on the significance of teaching U.S. territories and the field of Latine Studies.

About This Issue

This issue of The American Historian features two articles on labor History. One article discusses the history of labor in universities, and shows that institutes of higher education have long had an anti-labor bent. Another article focuses on media representations of working-class women, and demonstrates how working-class women have often struggled to get their story accurately portrayed by the media. The issue also contains an article on the importance of teaching U.S. territories in the classroom and a piece on Latine Studies.

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