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Barrett, "Remembering David Montgomery: Pittsburgh," LAWCHA Newsletter (Fall 2011), 21-23.
Joan Sangster drew the committee's attention to the upcoming NorthEastern Regional Conference of the Labour and Working-Class History Association (LAWCHA), taking place in Lower Manhattan, USA, from 6-8 June 2013: Dr.
Walkowitz answer affirmatively, maintaining that the case studies in their new collection, taken together, demonstrate the subject's "rejuvenation" and "renaissance." (11-12) Unlike the earlier anthology, also co-edited by Walkowitz, this volume contains essays by junior, mid-level, and senior historians, including many LAWCHA members: Eric Arnesen, Daniel Bender, Eileen Boris, Elizabeth Faue, Joseph McCartin, Steve Rosswurm, Shelton Stromquist, and Peter Way.
Joan Sangster reported that LAWCHA was considering establishing a thesis prize to be awarded to a PhD produced in labour history, and that this prize would be linked to a publisher committed to publishing the thesis as a book.