Labour History News
Working-Class Studies Association Conference
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION
The Chicago Center for Working-Class Studies is hosting this year's Working-Class Studies Association conference at UIC. Please take a look at the conference schedule - filled with fabulous panels and discussions on all aspects of working-class culture, institutions and power.
If you have not registered yet for the 2011 Working-Class Studies Association conference June 22-25 in Chicago, you should do that by Friday, May 20,to take advantage of the discounted "Early Bird" prices.
You can access registration forms at the Conference Web Site at http://www.ler.illinois.edu/labor/wcsaconference.html
After May 20, the following prices will apply: $195 for full conference (with banquet) and $120 for full conference (with banquet) for students, unemployed, and part-time workers. Likewise, dormitory rooms at Mary Robinson Hall will increase to $70 a night, and the Labor History Tour will increase to $25.
We urge you to register for the full conference (including the banquet) to help build the association, the field, and the community of scholars, teachers, artists, and activists who are creating Working-Class Studies.
Looking forward to seeing you in June in Chicago,
Liesl Orenic and Bob Bruno on behalf of the WCSA and the Chicago Center for Working-Class Studies
Liesl Miller Orenic: lorenic [at] dom.edu
[Cross-posted, with thanks, from H-Labor]