Philip Taft Labor History Book Award
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Philip Taft Labor History Book Award

The Philip Taft Labor History Book Award is sponsored by the Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations in cooperation with the Labor and Working-Class History Association for books relating to labor history of the United States. Labor history is considered "in a broad sense to include the history of workers (free and unfree, organized and unorganized), their institutions, and their workplaces, as well as the broader historical trends that have shaped working-class life, including but not limited to: immigration, slavery, community, the state, race, gender, and ethnicity." The award is named after the noted labor historian Philip Taft (1902-1976).

Recipients

Source: ILR School, Cornell University

See also

References

  1. ^ "Baruch Professor Vincent DiGirolamo Wins Three Prestigious Book Awards". CUNY Newswire. Retrieved 2020.

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