[Voice of the Shuttle] Home | MyVoS | Help | About VOS

[On This Page]

 •  TimeWork Web
Postindustrial Business Theory
Labor Relations, Statistics, & History   Suggest a Link
An Eclectic List of Events in U.S. Labor History (allen h. lutins)
Stanley Aronowitz and William DiFazio, The Jobless Future (1994) (brief excerpts) (cy.Rev #4: A Journal of Cybernetic Revolution, Sustainable Socialism and Radical Democracy)
Bureau of Labor Statistics (U. S. Dept. of Labor)
California Newsreel: Documentary Videos on Labor Studies, Industrial Relations, Economic Democracy and Management (site includes descriptions of available videos from the California Newsreel non-profit video production and distribution center)
Canadian Committee on Labour History 
Carl Cuneo (McMaster U.), Trade Unions and Gender (course)
Industrial Workers of the World (includes links to other Wobbly pages)
International Newsletter International Assoc. of Labour History Institutions 
International Assoc. of Labour History Institutions (International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam)
International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam ("world's largest documentary and research institutions in the field of social history in general and the history of the labour movement in particular")
International Labour Organization (in English, French, or Spanish)
Journal of Management History: Issue on Taylorism (MCB University Press)
LaborNet ("founded in 1991 to build a democratic communication network for the labor movement. LaborNet's founders believe that the new communication technology must be put to use to revitalize and rebuild the labor movement")
"Labour and the Internet: The Others/Periphery" (summary of 1997 online seminar led by Jagdish Parikh and Roberto Verzola) (Corporate Watch)
(course) Richard Ruppel (Viterbo C., Wisconsin), The Literature of Work ("traces the development of the modern concepts of 'work' and 'working people' . . . beginning in Colonial America and Victorian England and ending with contemporary American film")
Management and Labor Page (LC Marvel Gopher)
Albert Benschop (U. Amsterdam), Bibliography on the Concept of Labor (extensive list; includes many European works)
SoliNet: The Solidarity Network ("resource and meeting place for unionists and supporters of the labour movement . . . owned by CUPE, the Canadian Union of Public Employees")
Brian K. Steverson,  (Online Journal of Ethics)
Talent Alliance (non-profit coalition of major corporations, industry and trade associations, professional services firms, government representatives, and educational communities providing "research into technology and workplace trends, future skills requireme
TimeWork Web
Homepage ("official home page of the Shorter Work Time Network of Canada")
TimeWork Web Policy Proposal for Canada ("what if we could put together a modest, easy-to-implement plan to enable employers to voluntarily reduce their use of overtime and create new jobs at no cost to the employer or the taxpayer?")
World History Archives: Working Class and Labor History in the U.S. (Haines Brown)
WWW Virtual Library: Labour and Business History (The International Institute of Social History / The Netherlands Economic History Archive)
Ali Mir and Maya Yajnik (U. Massachusetts, Amherst), "The Uneven Development of Places: From Bodyshopping to Global Assembly Lines" (Samar)

VoS is woven by Alan Liu and a development team
in the U.California, Santa Barbara, English Department.
Contact: ayliu@english.ucsb.edu — To suggest links for inclusion in VoS, please use the "Suggest a Link" button on the relevant category page. To offer feedback on the site, please use the feedback form.
Guide: What the Title of VoS Means Navigating and Bookmarking VoS Contributing Links Helping Edit VoS Technical Specs Credits

[To Top]