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!
Please register for the WCSA23 Conference and update your membership(s) while you’re at it! Access all pay related content through our “Member Portal” in the global navigation pane. If you’re new, just start the process with an email. Select the “click here to visit the e-store” and get into everything. You’ll see an option to add-on the “Working-Class Academics” Section to your WCSA membership for $5 a year. You can read about joining both WCSA and WCA under “Join WCSA.” Questions? Reach us with Conference related questions here: email@example.com
If you’re planning to stay in the dorms at UIC during the WCSA23 Conference, you have until May 20th: Purchase them right here, through our website’s “Member Portal.” Questions? Reach the Conference Organizing Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As of May 20th, 2023, the deadline has passed.
*Featured image of a dorm room, Nguyen Dang Hoang, Unsplash.
The conference programs for the on-ground and zoom tracks are on a page beneath the WCSA23 Conference button, and here: WCSA23 Programs. What an interesting bunch of people!
WCSA Conference presenters heading to Chicago can reserve dorms through the WCSA member portal! Interested in a hotel? Find a link under WCSA23 Conference on our website.
Check out this information about our upcoming WCSA23 Conference
The deadline for the Working-Class Studies Association “Call for Presentations” is approaching! Don’t miss it! It’s going to be great!
*Featured image, Joel Mott, Unsplash
Proposals for the Working-Class Studies Association’s 2020 conference, on RE-PLACING CLASS: COMMUNITY, POLITICS, WORK, AND LABOR IN A CHANGING WORLD, are due Feb. 20, 2020.
The conference will be held May 20-23, 2020 at Youngstown State University, in Youngstown, Ohio, and more information is available at the conference website, here.
The Working-Class Studies 2017 Conference, “Class Struggle: Race, Gender, and Revolution,” began with its annual Meet & Greet on Wednesday evening. It was a large turnout of new and familiar faces. A film screening of “The Killing Floor” followed at the IU Cinema.