[URBANTH-L]ANN: Indigenous, Immigrant, Migrant Labor and Globalization Conference (Vancouver)

Angela Jancius jancius at ohio.edu
Fri Apr 25 15:30:12 EDT 2008

Indigenous, Immigrant, Migrant Labour & Globalization Conference
Location: British Columbia, Canada
June 6 - 8, 2008

A joint conference sponsored by the Pacific Northwest Labor History 
Association and the Labor and Working Class History Association
Simon Fraser University at Harbour Centre Downtown Campus 515 West Hastings 
Street, Vancouver, BC

Immigrants and indigenous communities throughout North America made their 
own labour and political landscapes as they adjusted to changing economic, 
colonial and cultural contexts. This conference will connect these histories 
with contemporary globalization, and consider how the labour movement can 
respond to the new demands of workers in shifting political and geographical 

For more information see the conference website: http://www.pnlha.org or 
contact Joey Hartman, pnlha at shaw.ca. or Colleen O'Neill at 
colleen.oneill at usu.edu. Sponsored by the SFU Centre for Labour Studies.

Colleen O'Neill
Email: colleen.oneill at usu.edu
Visit the website at http://www.pnlha.org 

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