Professors' Statement on Collective Bargaining

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Template:TOCnestleft The Statement by College and University Professors: Do Not Revoke Collective Bargaining Rights for Public Employees was published in March, 2011 by American Rights at Work.

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In March 2011, American Rights at Work coordinated an open letter entitled "A Statement by College and University Professors: Do Not Revoke Collective Bargaining Rights for Public Employees". A large number of the signatories were members of Democratic Socialists of America and the letter appears to have been circulated within the DSA academic network. The text of the letter read in part,[1]

Text of the Letter

"Federal and state elected officials are using fiscal crises as an opportunity to dismantle collective bargaining rights for public employees. As faculty and research staff from colleges and universities in the U.S. and around the world, we are opposed to any efforts to revoke collective bargaining rights for public employees, including home care and child care providers.
Rights to organize and collectively bargain are human rights
According to a 2008 report by American Rights at Work, one quarter of all public sector employees are without collective bargaining rights under federal or state law. Human Rights Watch’s Unfair Advantage report notes that “under international standards, the rights afforded ‘everyone’ or ‘workers without distinction’ apply to most public employees.” They recommend that legislation be enacted to grant public employees the right to collectively bargain and strike, in accordance with international norms. If elected officials roll back these rights, they will be furthering this country’s failure to comply with international human rights standards.
Collective bargaining, public employee wages are not to blame for fiscal crises
Some elected officials wrongly blame budget crises on public employee unions for negotiating bloated salaries and pensions. Yet Jeffrey Keefe of Rutgers University found that controlling for factors like age, occupation and educational attainment, state and local government employees earned, on average, 3.7 percent less total compensation in 2009 than their private sector counterparts. Further, Policy Matters Ohio just released a study finding that the nine states without public sector bargaining rights average slightly higher budget deficits (as a percentage of revenue) than the 15 states that grant full rights to bargain.
'Productive labor relations will help address the budget crises
Collective bargaining provides a structure in place for management, employees and their representatives to come together and find ways to help stem budget crises. A 2003 report by Harvard University and the Public Sector Labor-Management Committee concluded that labor-management partnerships were essential to an “effective and efficient government,” and in the case studies profiled in the report, led to improved services and cost savings. Additionally, a 1996 task force commissioned by then-Secretary of Labor Robert Reich found that labor-management cooperation in the public sector improved the services and lowered the costs of local and state government.
Therefore, as scholars of colleges and universities, we call on legislators to preserve collective bargaining rights for all public employees."

Signatories

  • Olga Abella, Department of English Eastern Illinois University
  • David Abraham, School of Law University of Miami
  • Peter Acsay, Department of History University of Missouri
  • Paul Adler Marshall, School of Business University of Southern California
  • Randy Albelda, Department of Economics University of Massachusetts
  • Doug Allen, Department of Labor Studies and Employment Relations Pennsylvania State University
  • John Allison, English Department Eastern Illinois University
  • Jack Amariglio, Department of Economics Merrimack College
  • David Ambaras, Department of History North Carolina State University
  • Edwin Amenta, Department of Sociology University of California Irvine
  • Judith Ancel, Institute for Labor Studies University of Missouri-Kansas City
  • Carolyn Anderson, Department of Communications University of Massachusetts
  • Kenneth Andrews, Department of sociology University of North Carolina
  • Mark Anner, Department of Labor Studies and Employment Relations Pennsylvania State University
  • Kim Anno, Department of Painting California College of the Arts
  • Fran Ansley, College of Law University of Tennessee
  • George Apaliski, Department of Labor Studies and Employment Relations Pennsylvania State University
  • Robert Aponte, Department of Sociology Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
  • Emily Apter, Department of French New York University
  • John Archer, Department of English New York University
  • Michael Ash, Department of Economics and Public Policy University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Steven Ashby, Labor and Employment Relations Department University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
  • David Auerbach, Department of Philosophy North Carolina State University
  • Jonah Augustine, Anthropology Department University of Chicago
  • Nesecan Balkan, Department of Economics Hamilton College
  • Partha Banerjee, The Harry Van Arsdale, Jr. Center for Labor Studies Empire State College
  • Carolina Bank Muñoz, Department of Sociology City University of New York, Brooklyn
  • Nina Banks, Department of Economics Bucknell University
  • Regina Bannan, Departments of History and American Studies Temple University
  • Douglas Bantle, School of Industrial and Labor Relations Cornell University
  • Medora W. Barnes, Department of Sociology John Carrol University
  • Bill Barry, Department of Labor studies Community College of Baltimore County
  • Rosemary Batt, ILR School Cornell University
  • Rosalyn Baxandall, Department of American Studies State University of New York
  • Gail Bederman, History Department University of Notre Dame
  • Justin Behrend, Department of History State University of New York, Geneseo
  • Mary Belanger, Visual Communications Department Minnesota State College
  • Zakri Bello, Department of Finance Central Connecticut State University
  • Dale Belman, School of Human Resources and Labor Relations Michigan State University
  • Dick Bennett, Department of English University of Arkansas Fayetteville
  • David Bensman, Department of Labor Studies Rutgers University
  • James Berger, American Studies Department Yale University
  • Michael Bibby, Department of English Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania
  • Arlene Bielefield, Information and Library Science Southern Connecticut State University
  • Monica Bielski Boris, Labor and Employment Relations Department University of Illinois
  • Monica Bielski-Boris, School of Labor and Employment Relations University of Illinois U-C
  • Karen Bierman, School of Nursing Northland College
  • Marc Bilodeau, Department of Economics Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
  • Cyrus Bina, Department of Economics University of Minnesota
  • Anne-Emanuelle Birn, School of Public Health University of Toronto
  • Lars Bjorn, Department of Sociology University of Michigan-Dearborn
  • Casey Blake, Department of History Columbia University
  • Arthur Blank, Department of Family and Social Medicine Yeshiva University
  • Marc Blecher, Department of Politics Oberlin College
  • Jonathan Blitz, Chemistry Department Eastern Illinois University
  • Jon Bloch, Department of Sociology Southern Connecticut State University
  • Richard Block, School of Human Resources and Labor Relations Michigan State University
  • William Bober, Department of Civil Engineering Florida Atlantic University
  • Matthew Bodah, Center for Labor Research University of Rhode Island
  • Bonnie Borenstein, Department Education College of Marin
  • Eliot Borenstein, Department of Russian and Slavic Studies New York University
  • Eileen Boris History, Department University of California Santa Barbara
  • Howard Botwinick, Department of Economics SUNY Cortland
  • Kevin Boyle, Department of History Ohio State University
  • Enobong Branch, Department of Sociology University of Massachusetts
  • Brian Bremen, Department of English University of Texas, Austin
  • Howard Brick, Department of History University of Michigan
  • Renate Bridenthal, Department of History City University of New York, Brooklyn College
  • Sarah Bridger, Department of History Columbia University
  • Jennifer Brooks, Department of History Auburn University
  • Tony Brown, Department of Education University of Technology Sydney
  • David Brundage, Department of History University of California, Santa Cruz
  • Robert Bruno, School of Labor and Employment Relations University of Illinois
  • Mike Budd, Department of Communications Florida Atlantic University
  • Anthony Buonaquisti, Physics Department Hillsborough Community College
  • Laura Burch, Department of French Dominican University
  • Patricia Burns, Department of English University of Texas, Austin
  • Keith Burt, Department of Psychology University of Vermont
  • Roderick D. Bush, Department of Sociology and Anthropology St. John's University
  • Bob Bussel, Labor Education and Research Center University of Oregon
  • Barbara Byrd, Labor Education and Research Center University of Oregon
  • Mary Ellen Byrne, Department of English Ocean County College
  • Beth Cagan, Department of Social Work Cleveland State University
  • Antonio Callari, Department of Economics Franklin and Marshall College
  • Duane Campbell, Department of Bilingual/Multicultural Education California State University-Sacramento
  • Martha Campbell, Department of Economics State University of New York, Potsdam
  • Al Campbell, Department of Economics University of Utah
  • Duane Campbell, Department of Education California State University Sacramento
  • Mary Baine Campbell, Department of English Brandeis University
  • Christopher Candland, Department of Political Science Wellesley College
  • Eduardo Capulong, School of Law University of Montana
  • Teri Caraway, Department of Political Science University of Minnesota
  • Jerry Carbo, J. L. Grove College of Business Shippensburg University
  • Susan M. Carlson, Department of Sociology Western Michigan University
  • B. Stephen Carpenter, School of Visual Arts Pennsylvania State University
  • Françoise Carré, Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies University of Massachusetts at Boston
  • Gene Carroll, School of Industrial and Labor Relations Cornell University
  • Mari Castaneda, Department of Communications University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Ramona Caswell, Department of Chemistry Minnesota State College
  • Francis Catania, School of Law Widener University
  • Herrick Chapman, Department of History New York University
  • William Charland, Visual Arts Department University of Michigan
  • John Dennis Chasse, Department of Business Administration and Economics State University of New York
  • Michael Childers, School for Workers University of Wisconsin
  • Herb Childress, Department of Research and Assessment Boston Architectural College
  • Levon Chorbajian, Department of Sociology University of Massachusetts Lowell
  • Kimberly Christensen, Department of Economics Sarah Lawrence College
  • Michael Chron, Communication Studies University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
  • John Cipora, School of Human Services Springfield College
  • Marc Cirigliano, Department of Art and Music Histories State University of New York, Empire State College
  • Paul F. Clark, Department of Labor Studies and Employment Relations Pennsylvania State University
  • Dan Clawson, Department of Sociology University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Mary Ann Clawson, Department of Sociology Wesleyan University
  • Beth Cleary, Theatre and Dance Department Macalester College
  • Mark Clinton, Department of Critical Cultural Studies Holyoke Community College
  • Dana L. Cloud, Department of Communication Studies University of Texas at Austin
  • Mark Cloud, Department of Psychology Lock Haven University
  • Gus Cochran, Political Science Department Agnes Scott College
  • Maggie Cohen, Department of Global Business and Public Policy University of Maryland University College
  • Elizabeth Cohen, Department of History Harvard University
  • Deborah Cohen, Department of History University of Missouri-St. Louis
  • Bruce Cohen, Department of History Worcester State University
  • Peter Cole, History Department Western Illinois University
  • Dana Collins, Department of Sociology California State University Fullerton
  • Alexander J. S. Colvin, School of Industrial and Labor Relations Cornell University
  • James Conwell, Physics Department Eastern Illinois University
  • Nicholas Copeland, Anthropology Department University of Arkansas
  • Martha Copp, Department of Sociology and Anthropology East Tennessee State University
  • Angela Cornell, School of Law Cornell University
  • Donna Couchenour, Department of Teacher Education Shippensburg University
  • Matthew Countryman, Department of History University of Michigan
  • Jeffrey Cox, College of Law University of Iowa
  • Lois Cox, College of Law University of Iowa
  • Ronald Cox, Department of Political Science Florida International University
  • Jeffrey Cox, History Department University of Iowa
  • Abby Coykendall, Department of English Eastern Michigan University
  • James Craig, Physics Department Gaston College
  • Jane Cramer, Political Science Department University of Oregon
  • Richard Creamer, Department of Arts Columbia Greene Community College
  • Gary Cross, Department of History and Religious Studies Pennsylvania State University
  • Gay Lynn Crossley, Department of English and Communication Marian University
  • Mark Crouch, Department of Labor Studies Indiana University
  • Stephen Crowley, Department of Political Science Oberlin College
  • John Cuppoletti, Department of Molecular and Cellular Physiology University of Cincinnati
  • Omar Dahi, School of Critical Social Inquiry Hampshire College
  • Dan Danielsen, School of Law Northestern University School of Law
  • Nick Danigelis, Department of Sociology University of Vermont
  • Ellen Dannin, School of Law Pennsylvania State University
  • E-K Daufin, Department of Communications Alabama State University
  • Kenneth Dau-Schmidt, Maurer School of Law Indiana University
  • Michelle Deardorff, Department of Political Science Jackson State University
  • Hector Delgado, Department of Sociology and Anthropology University of La Verne
  • Charles Delman, Department of Mathematics Eastern Illinois University
  • George DeMartino, Josef Korbel School of International Studies University of Denver
  • John Dennis Chasse, Department of Business Administration and Economics State University of New York, Brockport
  • Jenise DePinto, Department of History and Political Science College of Saint Rose
  • Alan Derickson, Department of History and Religious Studies Pennsylvania State University
  • Wayne DeSouza, SUNY Downstate Medical Center State University of New York
  • Mariah Devereux Herbeck, Department Modern Languages and Literatures Boise State University
  • Alex DeVicaris, Department of Education New Jersey Education Association
  • Victor Devinatz, Department of Management Illinois State University
  • Amy Dietz, Department of Labor Studies and Employment Relations Pennsylvania State University
  • William DiFazio, Department of Sociology St. John's University
  • Michael Dinwiddie, Gallatin School New York University, Gallatin School
  • Nancy Dixon, English Department University of New Orleans
  • Jan Dizard, Department of Sociology Amherst College
  • Corey Dolgon, Department of Sociology Stonehill College
  • Linda Donahue, ILR School Cornell University
  • Clifford Donn, Work and Employment Relations Program Le Moyne College
  • Raymond Dorney, Department of Sociology and Criminology Merrimack College
  • Michael Dover, Department of Social Work Cleveland State University
  • Kate Drabinski, Gender Studies Department Tulane University
  • Mark Drisicoll, Asian Studies University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
  • Thomas Dublin, Department of History State University of New York, Binghamton
  • Melvin Dubnick, Department of Political Science University of New Hampshire
  • Melvyn Dubofsky, Department of History State University of New York, Binghamton
  • Stephen Duncombe, Gallatin School New York University, Gallatin School
  • Alex Dupuy, Department of Sociology Wesleyan University
  • Carolyn Eastwood, Department of Anthropology College of DuPage
  • Adrienne Eaton, School of Management and Labor Relations Rutgers University
  • Martha Ecker, Department of Social Sciences and Human Services Ramapo College of New Jersey
  • John Ehrenberg, Department of Political Science Long Island University
  • Sace Elder, History Department Eastern Illinois University
  • Sharon Ellis, School of Law Boston College
  • Henry Em, Department of East Asian Studies New York University
  • Lester Embree, Department of Philosophy Florida Atlantic University
  • Meaghan Emery, Department of Romance Languages University of Vermont
  • Debra Emmelman, Department of Sociology Southern Connecticut State University
  • Gloria Endres, Department of Education Temple University
  • Amber Engelson, Department of English University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Nathan Erickson, Department of Sociology University of Oregon
  • Brian Evans, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Texas, Austin
  • Sara M Evans, Department of History University of Minnesota
  • Martin G. Evans, Rotman School of Management University of Toronto
  • Elizabeth Ewen, Department of American Studies State University of New York
  • Stuart Ewen, Department of History City University of New York at Albany
  • Tess Ewing, College of Public and Community Service University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Matthew Ezzell, Department of Sociology James Madison University
  • Regina Fabbro, Department of English/Philosophy Monroe Community College
  • Amy Faeder, Graduate Student Instructor University of Michigan
  • Samuel Farber, Department of Political Science City University of New York, Brooklyn College
  • Clement Fatovic, Department of Politics and International Relations Florida International University
  • Paul Feigenbaum, Department of English Florida International University
  • Gordon Fellman, Department of Sociology Brandeis University
  • Rudy Fenwick, Department of Sociology The University of Akron
  • Marianne Ferber, Department of Economics University of Illinois
  • Ann Ferguson, Department of Philosophy and Women's Studies University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • John-Paul Ferguson, Graduate School of Business Stanford University
  • David Feurzeig, Department of Music University of Vermont
  • Rudy Fichtenbaum, Department of Economics Wright State University
  • Barbara Fick, School of Law University of Notre Dame
  • Harty Field, Department of Philosophy New York University
  • Benjamin Filene, Department of History University of North Carolina, Greensboro
  • Eric Fink, School of Law Elon University
  • Brendan Finucane, Department of Economics Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania
  • Jack Fiorito, College of Business Florida State University
  • Stephen Fisher, Center for Public Policy and Community Service Emory and Henry College
  • Robert M. Fishman, Department of Sociology University of Notre Dame
  • Sean Flaherty, Department of Economics Franklin and Marshall College
  • Frederick Floss, Department of Economics and Finance State University of New York, Buffalo State College
  • Barbara Foley, Department of English Rutgers-Newark
  • Anton Ford, Philosophy Department University of Chicago
  • Pamela Fox English, Department Georgetown University
  • Frances Fox Piven, Department of Sociology City University of New York
  • Miriam Frank, Department of Liberal Studies New York University
  • Sally Frank, School of Law Drake University
  • Richard Franke, Department of Anthropology Montclair State University
  • Marilyn Frankenstein, College of Public and community Service University of Massachusetts Boston
  • John C. Franklin, Department of Classics University of Vermont
  • Richard B. Freeman, Economics Department Harvard University
  • Mark Freeman, School of Theatre, Television and Film San Diego State University
  • Stephanie French, Department of Theatre East Stroudsburg University
  • Marlene Fried, School of Social Science Hampshire College
  • Michael Friedman, Department of English University of Scranton
  • Eli Friedman, Department of Sociology University of California Berkley
  • Ann Fritz, Biology Department Eastern Illinois University
  • Gary Fritz, Biology Department Eastern Illinois University
  • Mary O Furner, History Department University of California Santa Barbara
  • Nancy Gabin, Department of History Purdue University
  • Rita Gallin, Department of Sociology Michigan State University
  • Ruben Garcia, School of Law California Western
  • Margaret Gary, Political Science Department Adelphi University
  • Philip Gasper, Center for Arts and Sciences Madison Area Technical College
  • Tom Gausman, Economics Department Minnesota State Fergus Falls
  • Henry Geddes, Department of Communication University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Bruce Geisler, Department of Communications University of Massachusetts
  • Paul Gellert, Department of Sociology University of Tennessee
  • Naomi Gerstel, Department of Sociology University of Massachusetts
  • Armagan Gezici, Department of Economics Keene State College
  • John Gianvito, Department of Visual and Media Arts Emerson College
  • Mary Gibson, Department of Philosophy Rutgers University
  • Dan Gilbert, American Studies Department Macalester College
  • Peter Gilford, School of Critical Social Inquiry Hampshire College
  • Megan Gilster, School of Medicine and Public Health University of Wisconsin
  • Faye Ginsburg, Department of Anthropology New York University
  • Lori Ginzberg, Department of History and Religious Studies Pennsylvania State University
  • Dina Giovanelli, Department of Sociology Monroe Community College
  • Todd Gitlin, Department of Journalism Columbia University
  • Rebecca Givan, ILR School Cornell University
  • Bethany Gizzi, Department of Sociology Monroe Community College
  • Fred Glass, Labor and Community Studies Department San Francisco City College
  • Farah Godrej, Department of Political Science University of California Riverside
  • Myra Goldberg, Department of Creative and Performing Arts Sarah Lawrence College
  • David Theo Goldberg, Humanities Research Institute University of California
  • Michael J. Goldberg, School of Law Widener University
  • Mark Goldberg, School of Public Health City University of New York, Hunter College
  • Chad Goldberg, Sociology Department University of Wisconsin
  • Benjamin Goldfrank, School of International Relations Seton Hall University
  • Alvin Goldman, College of Law University of Kentucky
  • Billie Goldstein, Department of Computer and Information Sciences Temple University
  • George Gonos, Department of Sociology and Employment Relations State University of New York
  • Jeff Goodwin, Department of Sociology New York University
  • Linda Gordon, Department of History New York University
  • Michael Gordon, Department of History University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  • Colin Gordon, History Department University of Iowa
  • Jennifer Gordon, School of Law Fordham University
  • Deb Gordon-Gurfinkel, Residential College University of Michigan
  • Lilly Goren, Department of Political Science Carroll University
  • Manu Goswami, Department of History New York University
  • Robert Goulding, Program of Liberal Studies University of Notre Dame
  • Rick Goulet, Department of History Lock Haven University
  • Stathis Gourgouris, Department of Classics Columbia University
  • Manu Gowami, History Department New York University
  • Jeff Grabelsky, Construction Industry Program Cornell Univeristy
  • Daniel Graff, Department of History University of Notre Dame
  • Richard Granata, Department of Ocean and Mechanical Engineering Florida Atlantic University
  • Greg Grandin, Department of History New York University
  • Karen Graubart, History Department University of Notre Dame
  • Margaret Gray, Department of Political Science Adelphi University
  • Mark Greenberg, Department of English University of Vermont
  • Brian Greenberg, Department of History and Anthropology Monmouth University
  • Henry Greenspan, Social Theory and Practice Department University of Michigan
  • Ian Greer, Work and Employment Relations Leeds University Business School
  • Diane Gregory, Department of Visual Arts Texas Woman's University
  • Nicole Grewling, Department of Modern Languages Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania
  • William Grover, Department of Political Science Saint Michael's College
  • Gail Guarino, School of Business Cape Cod Community College
  • Tom Guglielmo, American Studies Department George Washington University
  • Sanjiv Gupta, Department of Sociology University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Hugh Gusterson, Department of Sociology and Anthropology George Mason University
  • Kris D. Gutierrez, Institute for Social Research University of Michigan
  • Karen Gutshall, Department of Humanities Raritan Valley Community College
  • Sally Guttmacher, Department of Public Health New York University
  • Steven Haase, Department of Psychology Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania
  • Marilyn Hacker, Department of French CUNY Center for the Humanities
  • Jill Hamberg, Department of Social Sciences State University of New York, Empire State College
  • Sarah Hamill, Art Department Oberlin College
  • Yukiko Hanawa, Department of East Asian Studies New York University
  • Matthew Haner, Department of Mathematics Mansfield University
  • Christine Harrington, Department of Politics New York University
  • Elizabeth Harris, Department of Sociology Washington State University
  • DeSales Harrison, Department of English Oberlin College
  • Peter Hart-Brinson, Sociology Department Grinnell College
  • Daniel Hawkins, Department of Sociology and Anthropology University of Nebraska at Omaha
  • Jeff Haydu, Department of Sociology University of California at San Diego
  • Michael Hayes, School of Law University of Baltimore
  • Steven Hecker, Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences University of Washington
  • Sara Helms Cahan, Department of Biology University of Vermont
  • Nicole Hemmer, History Department Manchester College
  • Lisa Henderson, Department of Communication University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Joan Henn, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Eastern Illinois University
  • John Hennen, History Department Morehead State University
  • Jeffrey Henriques, Department of Psychology University of Wisconsin
  • Lolita Hernandez, Department of English University of Michigan
  • Samuel Herrington, Department of English Bowling Green State University
  • John Hess, Department of English University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Gabriel Hetland, Department of Sociology University of California Berkeley
  • Kim Hewitt, Department of History Empire State college
  • John P. Hewitt, Department of Sociology University of Massachusetts, Amherst
  • Tobias Higbie, History Department University of California Los Angeles
  • Richard Hindle, Department of Labor Studies and Employment Relations Pennsylvania State University
  • Laura Hirshfield, Department of Sociology New College of Florida
  • Lisa Hochtritt, Department of Art Education Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design
  • Ann Hodges, School of Law University of Richmond
  • Jane Holgate, Work and Employment Relations Leeds University Business School
  • Kristen Hopewell, Department of Sociology University of Michigan
  • Chris Howell, Department of Politics Oberlin College
  • Madeline Hsu, Department of History University of Texas, Austin
  • Jennifer Hsu, School of Visual and Performing Arts Syracuse University
  • Julio Huato, Department of Economics St. Francis College
  • David Huddle, Creative Writing Graduate Program Hollins University
  • Juana Ibanez, Department of Planning and Urban Studies University of New Orleans
  • Amy Ickowitz, Department of Economics Clark University
  • Robin Isserles, Department of Social Sciences and Human Services Borough of Manhattan Community College
  • M. Thandabantu Iverson, School of Social Work Indiana University
  • Phil Ray Jack, Department of English Green River Community College
  • David Jacobs, Business Administration Department Morgan State University
  • Deborah Jacobs, Department of Social Work and Gerontology Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania
  • Ken Jacobs, Institute for Research on Labor and Employment University of California at Berkeley
  • Sanford Jacoby, School of Management University of California at Los Angeles
  • Marcus Jaiclin, Department of Mathematics Westfield State University
  • Rana Jaleel, Department of Social and Cultural Analysis New York University
  • Elizabeth Jameson, History Department University of Calgary
  • Siri Jayaratne, School of Social Work University of Michigan
  • Abbie Jenks, Department of Human Services and Peace Studies Greenfield Community College
  • Hilmar Jensen, Department of History Bates College
  • Mats Johansson, Department of Biomolecular Chemistry University of Wisconsin
  • Kerry Johnson, Department of English Merrimack College
  • Karen Johnson-Weiner, Department of Anthropology SUNY Potsdam
  • Richard Jones, Department of Communication Eastern Illinois University
  • Melissa Jones, Department of English Eastern Michigan University
  • William Jones, Department of History University of Wisconsin, Madison
  • Neil Jumonville, Department of History Florida State University
  • Moon-Ho Jung, Department of History University of Washington
  • Tom Juravich, Labor Center University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Lin Kaatz Chary, Department of Labor Studies Indiana University
  • Seth Kahn, Department of English West Chester University
  • Karen Kakas, School of Art Bowling Green State University
  • Michelle Kaminski, School of Human Resources and Labor Relations Michigan State University
  • Joy Kammerling, History Department Eastern Illinois University
  • Miliann Kang, Department of Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies University of Massachusetts
  • Lisa Kannenberg, Department of History and Political Science College of Saint Rose
  • Marion Kaplan, Department of History New York University
  • Jyotsna Kapur, Department of Cinema and Photography Southern Illinois University Carbondale
  • Rebecca Karl, Department of History New York University
  • Brett Kashmere, Department of Cinema Studies Oberlin College
  • Sharryn Kasmir, Department of Anthropology Hofstra University
  • Michael Katz, Department of History University of Pennsylvania
  • Stephanie Kay, English Department University of California
  • Emily Kazyak, Department of Sociology and Womens Studies University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Mary Kearney, Department of Radio-Television-Film University of Texas, Austin
  • Patricia Keely, Department of Biology University of Wisconsin
  • Karen Keifer-Boyd, School of Visual Arts Pennsylvania State University
  • Mary Kelly, Art Department Univeristy of California
  • Jim E. Kelly, Department of Labor Studies San Jose City College
  • Michael Kelsay, Department of Economics University of Missouri at Kansas City
  • Robert Keohan, Department of English Merrimack College
  • Linda K. Kerber, History Department University of Iowa
  • Mary Louise Kete, Department of English University of Vermont
  • Marlene Kim, Department of Economics University of Massachusetts, Boston
  • Bo-Myung Kim, Department of Gender and Women's Studies University of Arkansas
  • Kaitlin King, Residential College University of Michigan
  • John Kirk, Department of Economics College of San Mateo
  • Karl Klare, School of Law Northeastern University
  • Carl Klarner, Political Science Program Indiana State University
  • Renate Klass, Department of Labor Studies and Employment Relations Pennsylvania State University
  • Lisa Klein, Department of Engineering Rutgers University
  • Jennifer Klein, History Department Yale University
  • Sheri Klein, School of Education University of Wisconsin, Stout
  • Daniel Kleinman, Department of Sociology University of Wisconsin
  • Herb Kline, Mathematics Department Mount Holyoke Community College
  • Thomas Kochan, Sloan School of Management Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Kevin Kolben, Business School Rutgers University
  • James Korsh, Department of Computer and Information Sciences Temple University
  • Wendy Kozol, Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies Oberlin College
  • Corinne Kratz, Department of Anthropology Emory University
  • David Kristjanson-Gural, Department of Economics Bucknell University
  • Max Krochmal, Department of History Duke University
  • William Kulik, Department of English Temple University
  • Katie Kyndely, School of Nursing University of Michigan
  • Gordon Lafer, Labor Education and Research Center University of Oregon
  • Paul LaFollette, Department of Computer and Information Sciences Temple University
  • Ryan Lamare, Manchester Business School University of Manchester
  • George LaMaster, Department of English and Communication Marian University
  • Laurel Lampela, Department of Art Education University of New Mexico
  • Paul Landsbergis, Department of Environmental and Occupational Health State University of New York
  • Penne Lane, History Department Gainesville State College
  • Dwight Lang, Department of Sociology University of Michigan
  • Ian M. Langella, J. L. Grove College of Business Shippensburg University
  • June Lapidus, Department of Economics Roosevelt University
  • Antonio Lauria Gallatin, School New York University, Gallatin School
  • Mark Lause, Department of History University of Cincinnati
  • Barbara Lawrence, Department of Chemistry Eastern Illinois University
  • Peter Lazes, School of Industrial and Labor Relations Cornell University
  • C.N. Le, Department of Sociology University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • David Leaf, Department of Biology Western Washington University
  • Jim Leary, Department of Scandinavian Studies University of Wisconsin
  • Angela Ledford, Department of History and Political Science College of Saint Rose
  • Frederic Lee, Department of Economics University of Missouri-Kansas City
  • Jeffrey Lee, Department of English Temple University
  • Wendy Lynne Lee, Department of Philosophy Bloomsburg University
  • Andrew H. Lee, History Department New York University
  • Jeffrey Leiter, Department of Sociology and Anthropology North Carolina State University
  • Gloria Ann Leitschuh, University College of Education and Professional Studies Eastern Illinois University
  • David Lenson, Comparative Literature Program University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Dan Letwin, Department of History Pennsylvania State University
  • Leon Letwin, School of Law University of California Los Angeles
  • Charles Levenstein, Department of Work Environment UMass Lowell
  • Margaret Levenstein, Ross School of Business University of Michigan
  • Heather Levi, Department of Anthropology Temple University
  • Betty Wolder Levin, Department of Health and Nutrition Sciences City University of New York, Brooklyn College
  • Gregory Levine, Art History Department University of California Berkeley
  • Joseph Levine, Department of Philosophy Massachusetts Society of Professors
  • Bruce Levine, History Department University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
  • Richard Levins, Global Health and Population Department Harvard University
  • Sandra Levitsky, Department of Sociology University of Michigan
  • Anne Lewis, Department of Radio-Television-Film University of Texas, Austin
  • Michael Lewis, Department of Sociology University of Massachusetts
  • Penny Lewis, Joseph S. Murphy Institute for Worker Education and Labor Studies City University of New York
  • Eric Lichten, Department of Sociology Long Island University
  • Nelson Lichtenstein, Department of History University of California at Santa Barbara
  • Alex Lichtenstein, History Department Florida International University
  • Victor Lippit, Department of Economics University of California, Riverside
  • Peter Liu, Technology Department Eastern Illinois University
  • Zachary Lockman, Department of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies New York University
  • John Logan, Department of Labor Studies San Francisco State University
  • Faith Long, School of Law Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
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