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Mission Statement

The purpose of the Section is to provide a forum for the full range of work on labor and labor movements (including, but not limited to unions as social movements, work and family, international labor movements, immigration and work/unions, politics and unions, workers' culture, and comparative/historical work), to create networks and graduate mentoring opportunities that will stimulate interaction and increase the rigor and creativity of future work, to bring researchers and applied sociologists together for discussion and debate, to recognize and reward the best work now being done and thereby to encourage future research, and to heighten awareness among section members and the ASA more generally about the research already being conducted in the field.We also have a commitment to provide intellectual support and to maintain an active exchange of ideas and research findings with the labor movement.

Section Officers 2015-2016

Chair Nancy Plankey-Videla, Texas A&M University
Chair-Elect Chris Rhomberg, Fordham University
Past Chair Shannon Marie Gleeson, Univ. of California, Santa Cruz
Secretary/Treasurer Paul D. Almeida, University of California, Merced 2016

Section Council

Marcos F. Lopez, Bowdoin College 2016
Jeffrey J. Sallaz, University of Arizona 2017
Joshua Bloom, University of California, Los Angeles 2018

Student Representatives

Shannon Ikebe, University of California, Berkeley 2016
Luke Elliott-Negri 2017