- Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling
- The Oral Historian's Digital Toolbox
- Parks Canada Lachine Canal National Historic Site
- Centre d'histoire de Montréal
- Société d’histoire de Pointe-Saint-Charles
- Société historique de Saint-Henri
- Darling Foundry / Quartier éphémère
- Écomusée du fier monde
- Association québécoise pour le patrimoine industriel
- The International Committee for the Conservation of the Industrial Heritage
- Office de consultation publique de Montréal
- Spacing Montréal
- Megaprojects New Media
- European Route of Industrial Heritage
- Workers Arts and Heritage Centre
(From participants to the Deindustrialization and its Aftermath conference, May 2014.)
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Contrepois Sylvie (2011), ‘Industrial decline, economic regeneration and identities in the Parisian basin, France’, in (eds.) Kirk et al, Changing Work and Community Identities in European Regions, Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, 57-90.
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Contrepois Sylvie, S. Jefferys (2010), ‘Trade Unions facing uncertainty in Central and Eastern Europe’, in C. Thornley et al (eds.), Globalization and Precarious Forms of Production and Employment: Challenges for Workers and Unions, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 77-97.
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Contrepois Sylvie, N. Clark, S. Jefferys (2012), ‘Collective and individual alternative dispute resolution in France and the UK’, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Vol. 23, No. 3, February 2012.
Contrepois Sylvie (2012), ‘Labour struggles against mass redundancies in France: understanding direct action’, Employee Relations, 33:6, pp. 642-653.
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Contrepois Sylvie (2010), ‘Internationalisation des entreprises et représentation des salariés. Le cas des multinationales françaises des services dans les pays de l’Est’, Travail et Emploi, n°123, juillet-septembre 2010, p 27-38.
Contrepois Sylvie, S. Jefferys (2009), ‘European Works Councils in Central and Eastern Europe: the social transfers of French service sector multinationals’, Industrial Relations Journal 41:6, 584-602.
Contrepois, Sylvie. 2009 « The Establishment of Enterprise Works Councils ; Process and Problems » with Mike Rigby et Fiona O Briens Smith, European journal of Industrial Relations.
Contrepois, Sylvie. 2006 « France : Un accès encore inégal et partiel aux différentes sphères de la représentation syndicale », Recherches féministes, vol. 19, n° 1, pp. 25-45.
Contrepois, Sylvie. 2005 "Trade unionism: Roads to renewal". Labor History, 2005, vol.46, no.3, p. 362-368.
Contrepois, Sylvie. 2004 «The future of activism: continuities and renewal among trade union bank sector workplace activists in France and Britain» with Steve JEFFERYS, Industrielle Beziehungen.
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Cowie, Jefferson. Stayin’ Alive: The 1970s and the Last Days of the Working Class. New York: The New Press, 2010.
Cowie, Jefferson and Joseph Heathcott, eds. Beyond the Ruins: The Meanings of Deindustrialization.Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2003.
Cowie, Jefferson. "Dead Man's Town: 'Born in the USA,' Social History, and Working Class Identity." (with Lauren Boehm) American Quarterly, 28:2 (June 2006): 353- 378.
Cowie, Jefferson. "‘Vigorously Left, Right, and Center at the Same Time:’ The Crosscurrents of Working Class America in the 1970s." America in the Seventies, eds., Beth Bailey and David Farber. (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2004), 75- 106.
Cowie, Jefferson. "The Enigma of Working Class Conservatism: From the Hard Hats to the NASCAR Dads." New Labor Forum, 13 (Fall 2004): 9-17.
Cowie, Jefferson. "‘A One Sided Class War’: Rethinking Doug Fraser’s 1978 Resignation from the Labor Management Group." Labor History 44:3 (2003): 307-314.
Cowie, Jefferson. "National Struggles in a Transnational Economy: A Critical Analysis of Labor’s Response to NAFTA." Labor Studies Journal 21 (Winter 1997).
Dassinger, J. 2013. “Managing the Unemployed No More: Renewing Union Adjustment through Pedagogy of Resistance.” Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies.
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Emond, Andrew. Elevator Alley – The Working Landscape of Buffalo (Furnace Press, 2010) (with text by Michael Cook).
Ewald, Holly and Michael Bell. Languages of the Land: A Dialogue with The Downs (Lulu, 2009).
Forrant, Robert. Lawrence and the 1912 Bread and Roses Strike, with Susan Grabski, Arcadia Publishing, 2013.
Forrant, Robert. Metal Fatigue: American Bosch and the Demise of Metalworking in the Connecticut River Valley, Baywood Publishing, 2009.
Forrant, Robert. “The Roots of Connecticut River Valley Deindustrialization: The Springfield American Bosch Plant 1940-1975,” Historical Journal of Massachusetts, (Winter 2003) 90-106.
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Greenspan, Henry. On Listening to Holocaust Survivors: Beyond Testimony, Paragon House. St. Paul: MN, 2010. [second, expanded edition of 1998 text.]
Greenspan, Henry. “From Testimony to Recounting: Reflections on Forty Years of Listening to Holocaust Survivors,” chapter in Beyond Testimony and Trauma: Oral History in the Aftermath of Mass Violence, ed. Steven High, University of British Columbia Press, due 2015 [?]
Greenspan, Henry. “Voices, Places, and Spaces” chapter in Remembering War, Genocide and other Human Rights Violations: Oral History, New Media and the Arts, ed. Steven High, University of Toronto Press, due 2014 [?]
Greenspan, Henry. “Collaborative Interpretation of Survivors’ Accounts: A Radical Challenge to Conventional Practice,” Holocaust Studies: A Journal of Culture and History, Spring 2011.
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Greenspan, Henry. “What Makes an Interview an Interview? Notes from Listening to Holocaust Survivors,” co-authored with Sidney Bolkosky, Poetics Today: The Humanities of Testimony, ed. Geoffrey Hartman, special issue, Spring 2006.
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Hamilton, William. “A Second Look at Memoryscapes: Community and Deindustrialization in a Different Kind of Industrial Town,” Ontario History (Fall 2012).
Hammond, Cynthia. Architects, Angels, Activists and the City of Bath, 1765-1965: Engaging with Women’s Spatial Interventions in Buildings and Landscape (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2012).
Hammond, Cynthia. “Breathing Spaces and Whispering Walls: Feminist Spatial Practice,” in Feminist Practices: Interdisciplinary Approaches of Women in Architecture, in Lori Brown, ed. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2011. Pp. 83-98.
Hammond, Cynthia. “Urban ‘Truths’: Artistic Intervention in Post-Socialist Space,” in The Post-Socialist City: Continuity and Change in Urban Space ad Imagery, in Marina Dmitrieva and Alfrun Kliems, eds. (Berlin: Jovis Verlag, 2010), 68-85.
Hammond, Cynthia. “The Soul of the City: Heritage Architecture, Vandalism and the New Bath Spa,” Strange Spaces: Geographical Explorations into Mediated Obscurity, in André Jansson and Amanda Lagerkvist, eds. (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2009), 205-226.
Hammond, Cynthia. “The Interior of Modernism: Catherine Bauer and the American Housing Movement,” in Janice Helland and Sandra Alfoldy, eds. Craft, Space and Interior Design, 1855-2005 (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008), 169-188.
Hammond, Cynthia. “Past the Parapets of Patriarchy? Women, the Star System, and the Built Environment,” Atlantis: A Women’s Studies Journal 34, 1 (2009), 5-15.
High, Steven. “‘The wounds of class’: A Historiographical Reflection on the Study of Deindustrialization,” History Compass (2013), 1-14.
High, Steven. “Beyond Aesthetics: Visibility and Invisibility in the Aftermath of Deindustrialization,” in Special issue on “Crumbling Cultures” International Labor and Working Class History, (2013).
High, Steven. “Brownfield Public History: Arts and Heritage in the Aftermath of Deindustrialization,” in James Gardner and Paula Hamilton, eds. Oxford Handbook of Public History. New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.
High, Steven. “Mapping Memories of Displacement: Oral History, Memoryscapes and Mobile Methodologies”, in Shelley Trower, ed. Place, Writing and Voice in Oral History. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.
High, Steven. “Placing the Displaced Worker: Narrating Place in Deindustrializing Sturgeon Falls, Ontario,” in James Opp and John Walsh, eds. Placing Memory and Remembering Place in Canada. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2010.
High, Steven. “Telling Stories: A Reflection on Oral History and New Media,” Oral History 38 (Spring 2010), 101-112.
High, Steven. Industrial Sunset: The Making of North America’s Rust Belt, 1969-1984. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2003.
High, Steven and David Lewis. Corporate Wasteland: The Landscape and Memory of Deindustrialization. Toronto: Between the Lines, 2007; Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2007.
High, Steven. Guest Editor. Special Issue on "The Politics and Memory of Deindustrialization in Canada". Urban History Review. 35, 2 (March 2007).
Hurley, Andrew. Beyond Preservation: Using Public History to Revitalize Inner-Cities (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2010).
Hurley, Andrew. Co-author, From Neighborhood to Village: A History of Old North St. Louis (St. Louis: Missouri Historical Society Press, 2004)
Hurley, Andrew. Diners, Bowling Alleys, and Trailer Parks: Chasing the American Dream in Postwar Consumer Culture (New York: Basic Books, 2001).
Hurley, Andrew. Environmental Inequalities: Class, Race, and Industrial Pollution in Gary, Indiana, 1945-1980 (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1995).
Hurley, Andrew. Editor, Common Fields: An Environmental History of St. Louis (St. Louis: Missouri Historical Society Press, 1997).
Hurley, Andrew and Tim Baumann, “Economic Stability and Social Identity: Historic Preservation in Old North St. Louis,” Historical Archaeology, 42 (Winter 2008), 70-87.
Hurley, Andrew. “Narrating the Urban Waterfront: The Role of Public History in Community Revitalization,” The Public Historian 28 (Fall 2006), 19-50.
Hurley, Andrew. “Aqueducts and Drains: A Comparison of Water Imperialism and Urban Environmental Change in Mexico City and Los Angeles,” Journal of the West 44 (Summer 2005), 12 -21.
Hurley, Andrew. "Fiasco at Wagner Electric: Environmental Justice and Urban Geography in St. Louis,” Environmental History 2 (October 1997), 460-81.
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Hurley, Andrew. "Challenging Corporate Polluters: Race, Class, and Environmental Politics in Gary, Indiana, Since 1945," Indiana Magazine of History 88 (December 1992), 273-302.
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Hurley, Andrew. “East St. Louis in Context: The Rise and Fall of America’s Industrial Suburbs,” The Making of an All-America City - East St. Louis at 150, ed. Mark Abbot (St. Louis: Reedy Press, 2011).
King, Nicole. "Sombreros and Motorcycles in a Newer South: The Politic of Aesthetics in South Carolina’s Tourism Industry" (University Press of Mississippi, 2012)
King, Nicole. “Preserving Places, Making Spaces in Baltimore: Seeing the Connections of Research, Teaching, and Service,” Journal of Urban History (forthcoming January 2014).
King, Nicole. “Behind the Sombrero: The Story of Identity and Power at South of the Border, 1949-2001,” Anthony Stanonis, editor, Dixie Emporium: Consumerism, Tourism, and Memory in the American South (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2008): 148-174.
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Kohler-Hausmann, Julilly, “Militarizing the Police: Officer Jon Burge’s Torture and Repression in the ‘Urban Jungle’,” in Stephen Hartnett, ed., Challenging the Prison-Industrial Complex: Activism, Arts, and Educational Alternatives (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, December 2010).
Kohler-Hausmann, Julilly, “‘The Attila the Hun Law’: New York’s Rockefeller Drug Laws and the Making of a Punitive State,” Journal of Social History (September 2010): 71-96.
Kohler-Hausmann, Julilly, “‘The Crime of Survival’: Fraud Prosecutions, Community Surveillance, and the Original ‘Welfare Queen,’” Journal of Social History (Winter 2007): 329-354.
Koistinen. David. “Development Credit Corporations: Not-for-Profit Development Finance Institutions in the Postwar United States,” Business History, forthcoming.
Koistinen, David. “Reform Politics in Hard Times: Battles Over Labor Legislation During the Decline of Traditional Manufacturing in Massachusetts, 1922-1928,” Historical Journal of Massachusetts 35 (Winter 2007), 21-51.
Koistinen, David. “Public Policies for Countering Deindustrialization in Postwar Massachusetts,” Journal of Policy History 18:3 (Summer 2006), 326-61.
Koistinen, David. “The Causes of Deindustrialization: The Migration of the Cotton Textile Industry from New England to the South,” Enterprise & Society: The International Journal of Business History 3:3 (September 2002), 482-520.
Linkon, Sherry Lee. Literary Learning: Teaching in the English Major. Bloomington, IN: Indiana UP, 2011.
Linkon, Sherry Lee and John Russo. New Working-Class Studies. Ithaca, NY: Cornell/ILR Press, 2005.
Linkon, Sherry Lee and John Russo. Steeltown USA: Work and Memory in Youngstown. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Press, 2002.
Linkon, Sherry Lee. Teaching Working Class. Boston: University of Massachusetts Press, 1999.
McIvor, Arthur. A History of Work in Britain, 1880-1950 (Palgrave/Macmillan, 2001), pp. 276.
McIvor, Arthur. Organised Capital: Employers' Associations and Industrial Relations in Northern England, 1880-1939 (Cambridge University Press, 1996) pp.326 (reprinted in paperback, 2002).
McIvor, Arthur. and R. Johnston, Miners' Lung: A history of dust disease in British coal mining (Ashgate Press, 2007), pp. 355.
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McIvor, Arthur and R. Duncan (eds.), Militant Workers: Labour and Class Conflict on the Clyde, 1900-50 (John Donald, 1992), pp.197.
McIvor, Arthur. (with R. Johnston) 'Marginalising the body at work? Employers' occupational health strategies and occupational medicine in Scotland c. 1930-1974', Social History of Medicine, 20, 3, Dec 2007.
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McIvor, Arthur. (with R. Johnston), 'Oral history, subjectivity and environmental reality: Occupational health histories in 20th century Scotland', in G. Mitman, M. Murphy and C. Sellers (eds), Landscapes of Exposure: Knowledge and Illness in Modern Environments, special edition of OSIRIS (History of Science Society), USA, vol 19, 2004.
McKee, Guian A. The Problem of Jobs: Liberalism, Race, and Deindustrialization in Philadelphia (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2008).
McKee, Guian A. “A Wasteful and Dangerous Thing: Lyndon Johnson and Grassroots Activism,” in The War on Poverty & Struggles for Racial and Economic Justice: Views from the Grassroots, edited by Lisa Hazijirian andAnnelise Orleck (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2011).
McKee, Guian A. “ I’ve Never Dealt with a Government Agency Before’: Philadelphia’s Somerset Knitting Mills Project, the Local State, and the Missed Opportunity of Urban Renewal,” Journal of Urban History 35, 3 (2009), 387-409.
McKee, Guian A. “Urban Deindustrialization and Local Public Policy: Industrial Renewal in Philadelphia, 1953-1976,” Journal of Policy History 16, 1 (2004), 66-98.
McKee, Guian A. “Liberal Ends through Illiberal Means: Race, Urban Renewal, and Community in the Eastwick Section of Philadelphia, 1949-1990,” Journal of Urban History 27, 5 (July 2001), 547-83.
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MacKinnon, Lachlan. “Labour and the Commemorative Landscape in Industrial Cape Breton, 1922-2012,” Material Culture Review.
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McInnis, Peter S. ‘Teamwork for Harmony: Labour-Management Production Committees and the Postwar Settlement in Canada,’ in Labouring Canada: Class, Race, and Gender in Canadian History, Joan Sangster and Bryan D. Palmer, eds., (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2008).
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Parnaby, Andrew, Citizen Docker: Making a New Deal on the Vancouver Waterfront, 1919-1939 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2008.
Parnaby, Andrew, Reginald Whitaker and Gregory S. Kealey, Secret Service: Political Policing in Canada, from the Fenians to Fortress America (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012).
Parnaby, Andrew. “Life Among the Ruins: Deindustrialization in Historiogaphical Perspective,” Labour/le Travail, forthcoming.
Perchard, Andrew. Aluminiumville: Government, Global Business and the Scottish Highlands. Lancaster: Carnegie House, 2012.
Perchard, Andrew."Broken Men" and "Thatcher's Children": memory and legacy in the Scottish coalfields,” Journal of International Labor and Working Class History (2013)
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