Paret, Marcel (2017) "Working-class fragmentation, party politics, and the complexities of solidarity in South Africa’s United Front", The Sociological Review 65(2): 267-284.
Thursday, 8 February 2018
Friday, 15 December 2017
Bieler, Andreas and Jamie Jordan (2017) ‘Commodification and “the commons”: The politics of privatising public water in Greece and Portugal during the Eurozone Crisis’, European Journal of International Relations, online first: https://doi.org/10.1177/1354066117728383.
Saturday, 2 December 2017
E. Giermanowska, E. Kolasinska, A. Mrozowicki and J. Rog-Ilnicka on the Doyens of Sociology of Work in Poland
Giermanowska, Ewa, Kolasińska, Elżbieta, Mrozowicki, Adam, Róg-Ilnicka, Joanna (2016) “Tradition, Present and Future of the Sociology of Work in Poland: Reflections on the Project ‘Doyens of the Sociology of Work’”, Warsaw Forum of Economic Sociology 7:1(13) Spring, s. 89-104.
Lucien van der Walt (2017) “’All Workers regardless of Craft, Race or Colour’: The First Wave of IWW Activity and Influence in South Africa”, in: Peter Cole, David Struthers and Kenyon Zimmer (eds.), Wobblies of the World: A Global Historyof the IWW, Pluto Press, London/ University of Chicago Press, Chicago, pp. 271-287.
S. Byrne, N. Ulrich and L. van der Walt on FOSATU, South African 'Workerism,' 'Syndicalism' and the Nation
Sian Byrne, Nicole Ulrich and Lucien van der Walt (2017) "Red, Black and Gold: FOSATU, South African 'Workerism,' 'Syndicalism' and the Nation," in: Edward Webster and Karin Pampillas (eds.) The Unresolved National Questionin South Africa: Left Thinking Under Apartheid. Johannesburg: Wits University Press, pp 254-273.
Tuesday, 7 November 2017
Ercüment Çelik on The “labour aristocracy” in the early 20th-century South Africa: An analysis beyond traditional conceptual and territorial boundaries.
Çelik, Ercüment (2017). “The “labour aristocracy” in the early 20th-century South Africa:An analysis beyond traditional conceptual and territorial boundaries”, Chinese Sociological Dialogue, 2017, 1-2:18-34.