Volume 2, Issue 2, December 2017
The Journal of Working-Class Studies includes a series of articles (peer reviewed, unless indicated as ‘commentary’), and relevant book reviews.
Each can be accessed separately as a PDF file or the full issue can be downloaded PDF
Table of Contents
Reshawna L. Chapple, Kishonna L. Gray, LaDonna Long, Mia Ortiz
#TenureTrackHustle: Examining Academic Poverty of First-Generation Women of Color From an Intersectional Standpoint
Kishonna L. Gray and Reshawna L. Chapple
Insider Without: Journey across the Working-Class Academic Arc
Kim A. Case
In Class, Sharing Class: Faculty Members from Low-Socioeconomic Status Backgrounds and Status Visibility
Elizabeth Lee and Tonya Maynard
Navigating Academia in the ‘Welfare Class’
Emma Penney and Laura Lovejoy
Conceptualizing Critical Friendship as a Protective Measure in Academia
Natalie Currie-Patterson and Kaitlyn Watson
Class and Narrative Accrual: Personal Troubles and Public Issues in Five Vignettes
A Stranger in Charleston: Intersectional Anxiety as a Latina in Academia
Blockades, Barricades, and Barriers: Accessing and Navigating Academia from a Multi-Marginalized Positionality
A.M. Foiles Sifuentes
Publish AND Perish: On Publishing, Precarity and Poverty in Academia
The Poverty of Academia: My Life as a Non-Tenure Track Faculty
Ending Adjunct Apartheid
Fishing for a Career: Alternative Livelihoods and the Hardheaded Art of Academic Failure
Organizing Working-Class Academics: A Collective History, an Interview with Allison L. Hurst, Tery Griffin and Alfred Vitale
Williams, Joan (2017) White Working Class: Overcoming Class Cluelessness in America, Harvard Business Review Press, Boston, Ma.
Review by Allison L. Hurst
Early, Steve (2017) Refinery Town: Big Oil, Big Money and the Remaking of an American City, Beacon Press, Boston.
Review by Tula Connell
Goldstein, Amy (2017) Janesville: An American Story, Simon & Schuster, New York, Ny.
Review by Jeffrey S. Rothstein
Cramer, Katherine J. (2016) The Politics of Resentment: Rural Consciousness in Wisconsin and the Rise of Scott Walker, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Il.
Review by Donald P. Taylor