Section on Labor and Labor Movements Distinguished Scholarly Article Award
|2016||Daniel Scheider and Adam Reich.||
2014. "Marrying Ain't Hard When You Got a Union Card? Labor Union Membership and First Marriage." Social Problems 61(4): 625-643.
|2015||Jeffrey J. Sallaz||
2014. “Permanent Pedagogy: How Post-Fordist Firms Generate Effort but Not Consent.” Work and Occupations,
Rosenfeld, Jake, and Meredith Kleykamp
2012. “Organized Labor and Racial Wage Inequality in the United States.” American Journal of Sociology 117: 1460-1502.
|2012||Heather Thompson||Temple University||
2011. “Rethinking Working-Class Struggle through the Lens of the Carceral State: Toward a Labor History of Inmates and Guards” Labor: Working Class Studies of the Americas 8(3): 15-45, Fall 2011.
Jane L. Collins & Victoria Mayer
|2010. Both Hands Tied: Welfare Reform and the Race to the Bottom of the Low-Wage Labor Market. University of Chicago Press.|
|2010 co||Jeffrey Haydu||University of California, San Diego||
Citizen employers: Business Communities and Labor in Cincinnati and San Francisco, 1870-1916
|2010 co||Jeffrey Salaz||University of Arizona||
The Labor of Luck: Casino Capitalism in the United States and South Africa
|2010 co||Larry Issac, Joshua Page, Jennnifer Seminatore|
|2009||Paul Almeida||Texas A&M University||
"The Sequencing of
Success: Organizing Templates and Neoliberal
Policy Outcomes." Mobilization: The
International Quarterly, 13(2): 165-187.
Labor Transnationalism and Global Governance: the Impact of NAFTA on Transnational Labor Relationships in North America”
|2005||Steven Henry Lopez
|Ohio State University
Johns Hopkins University
|Reorganizing the Rust Belt: An Inside Study of the American Labor Movement (University of California Press)
They Are Not Machines: Korean Women Workers and Their Fight for Democratic Trade Unionism in the 1970s (Ashgate)
Forces of Labor: Workers' Movements and Globalization Since 1870 (Cambridge University Press)
Marc Dixon and Vincent Roscigno
|"Dictatorship OVER the Proletariat: Deprivations of Work and Labor in the United States,"Actes de la Recherche en Sciences Sociales 138: 3-18
"Interracialism: The Ideological Transformation of Hawaii's Working Class." 2003. American Sociological Review 68: 373-400
"Status, Networks, and Social Movement Participation: The Case of Striking Workers." 2003. American Journal of Sociology 108: 1292-1327
Section on Labor and Labor Movements Distinguished Scholarly Monograph Award
2015. On the Line: Slaughterhouse Live and the Making of the New South. Berkeley: University of California Press.
|2015||Dan Clawson and Naomi Gerstel.||2014. Unequal Time: Gender, Class and Family in Employment Schedules. New York: Russell
|2014||Jamie K. McCallum||Middlebury College||
Global Unions, Local Power: The New Spirit of Transnational Labor Organizing (Cornell University Press, 2013).
|2013||Chris Rhomberg||The Broken Table (Russell Sage, 2012).|
|2012||Rhacel Parrenas||University of Southern California||
2011. Illicit Flirtations: Labor, Migration, and Sex Trafficking in Tokyo. Stanford University Press.
|2010 Co.||Jefferey Salaz||Labor of Luck: Casino Capitalism in the United States and South Africa, Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2009.|
|2010 Co.||Jeffrey Haydu||Citizen Employers: Business Communities and Labor in Cincinnati and San Francisco, 1870-1916, Ithaca, NY: Cornell ILR Press, 2008.|
|2009||Edward Webster, Rob Lambert and Andries Bezuidenhout||University of the Witwatersrand, University of Western Australia and Witwatersran||
Labour in the Age of Insecurity. (Malden, MA: Blackwell Press, 2008.)
|2008||Ching Kwan Lee||University of Michigan||
Against the Law: Labor Protests in China’s Rustbelt and Sunbelt. University of California Press
Satanic Mills or Silicon Islands? The
Politics of High-Tech Production in the
Philippines(Cornell/ILR Press, 2006).
Labor and Labor Movements / Critical Sociology Best Student Paper Competition
|2016 Co-Winner||Katherine Maich||
“Collective [Dis]Empowerment: Gendered Divisions and the Organization of Worker Centers.”
|2016 Co-Winner||Brian Halpin||
2015. “Subject to Change Without Notice: Mock Schedules and Flexible Employment in the United States.” Social Problems (62): 419–438.
|2015||Jane McAlevey||CUNY Graduate Center||
“The Crisis of New Labor and Alinsky’s Legacy,”
|2013 Co-Winner||Barry Eidlin||
"Class vs. Special Interest: Labor Regimes and Union Strength in the United States and Canada, 1911-2011."
|2013 Co-Winner||Madison Van Oort||
“Post-Recession Governmentalities: Neoliberalism, Job Searching, and Comparative Control in Minneapolis”
|2012||Shinji Kojima||University of Hawaii- Manoa||“Why Do Temp Workers Work as Hard as They Do?: The Process of Embodying the Illusion of Factory Work in Contemporary Japan”|
|2010||Jennifer Seminatore||"The Consequences of Collective Action: The Blue-Green Coalition and the Emergence of a Polanyian Social Movement."|
"Codes, Coercion and Culture: Explaining Labor Self-
Regulation in the Apparel Industry."
|University of Wisconsin||
Transnational Organizing, Anti-Sweatshop Activism,
and Labor Rights in the US-Caribbean Basin Apparel Industry (1990-2005).”
|University of California-Berkeley||
“State Coersion and the Rise of U.S. Business Unionism: The Counterfactual Case of Minneapolis Teamsters”
|University of California-Los Angeles||
"Mexican State Responses to Labor Emigration, 1900-2004"
Honorable Mentions:Teresa Sharpe
"Manufacturing Concessions: Attritionary Outsourcing at GM's Lordstown, USA Assembly Plant
"Union Democracy and Successful Campaigns"
"Remaking Work, Remaking Space, Spaces of Production and Accumulation in the Reconstruction of American Capitalism, 1865-1920”