[URBANTH-L] citations for student work on immigrant-rich
industries in the U.S.
Hans C Buechler
hcbuechl at maxwell.syr.edu
Tue Apr 7 13:56:28 EDT 2009
An excellent book on janitors/cleaning crews is C. Zlolniski's Janitors, Street Vendors and Activists: The Lives of Mexican Immigrants in Silicon Valley. Univ. of California Press, 2006.
From: urbanth-l-bounces at lists.ysu.edu [mailto:urbanth-l-bounces at lists.ysu.edu] On Behalf Of Angela C. Stuesse
Sent: Monday, April 06, 2009 5:56 PM
To: urbanth-l at lists.ysu.edu
Subject: [URBANTH-L] citations for student work on immigrant-rich industries in the U.S.
I am teaching an undergraduate course, "Work and Migration in the
Americas." For a portion of their grade, students will work in small
groups to research immigrant worker issues in particular industries
in the U.S., with a focus on power, class, race, gender, and
organizing (themes we're focusing on in class). I'm compiling a list
of scholarship in each of the industries that I can pull from when
groups come to me for guidance. If folks on this listserv are
familiar with publications on immigrant workers in any of the
following industries, would you please send me citations off-list?
car wash industry
farm work / agriculture
domestic / nanny / home healthcare
janitors / cleaning crews
Angela C. Stuesse
Angela C. Stuesse, Ph.D.
Institute for Research on Labor and Employment
University of California, Los Angeles
astuesse at gmail.com / astuesse at irle.ucla.edu
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