The Labor Studies Journal in conjunction with the biennial UALE conference publishes a Special Issue edited by a guest editor on a relevant topic in the discipline of Labor Studies.
2021 Conference Special Issue “More Expendable than ‘Essential’: Black Workers’ Rights and Racial Class Struggle Under the COVID Crisis,” Editor Dr. Augustus Wood, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignCFP Special Isse 2021
Past Special Issues
March 2017 (42:1) The Intersection of Labor and Race, Dr. Alethia Jones, 199SEIU UHE, Guest Editor
September 2016 (41:3) A Retrospective on the Critical Works of Adolph Reed, Bruce Nissen, Florida International University and David Imbroscio, University of Louisville, Guest Editors
March 2015 (40:1) New Models of Worker Representation, Robert Bruno, University of Illinois, Editor
March 2014 (39:1) Labor Confronting Austerity, Stephanie Ross, McMaster University, and Larry Savage, Brock University, Guest Editors
March 2013 (38:1) Labor and the Public Sphere, Katherine Sciacchitano, National Labor College, and Jennifer Sherer, University of Iowa, Guest Editorshttps://journals.sagepub.com/toc/lsja/38/1