Ireland Talk: Class and Discrimination

Join Dr Emma Penney and Dr Stephen Lucek for a free Zoom talk hosted by University College Dublin, on class and equality. When? November 17, 2023, 11:00 AM, Irish Standard Time.

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Class at Community College?

Join community college faculty and WCSA members, Lisa Kirby, Asia Muhammad and Jen Vernon for a conversation on “Class in the Community College: First-Generation, Working-Class Learners.” How does the context of community college influence our work?

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WCSA24 Call for Presentations!

Come join us for the WCSA24 Conference at SUNY Old Westbury, Long Island, New York and on Zoom, June 6-8, 2024. Read the call, get info on the “Young Scholars and Activist Award,” Travel support, and find out how to submit here: WCSA Conferences. Deadline? December 15, 2023. Don’t miss it!

Book Notes: Fall 2023

Book Notes is out! Read about new work by WCSA members and of interest. There are twenty books in this edition: Deeren, Zweig, Chin, Schennum, Daniels, McBride, Entin, Hormel, Taylor, Clayton, Skocpol, Letford, Marquez, O’Toole, Hennigan, Rabess, Quart, Simmons, McGahey, Magee, and Newman. Time to celebrate!

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First-Gen, Working-Class on Campus

Join us for a free talk, “First-Gen & Working-Class in Higher-Ed” with WCSA experts on mentoring & program building by and for first-gen, working-class learners! When? Monday, Oct 2, 2023 12:30-1:30pm PST. Register in advance:

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Class Inequality in Australia Talk

On Sept 7th, the Alliance of Working Class Academics is hosting a free panel with experts on “Class Inequality in Australia, Academia, and Beyond.” WCSA president-elect Sarah Attfield is among the panelists! Click this post to learn more and register!

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Centering First-Generation, Working-Class Teacher/Learners

Come learn how FGWC teacher/learners in sociology are centering voices in higher ed. Be inspired as learners and glean strategies to adapt to your disciplines if you teach.

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