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Table Of Contents

Preface, by Kim Tolley
1. From Golden Era to Gig Economy, by A. J. Angulo
2. Understanding the Need for Unions, by Adrianna Kezar and Thomas DePaola
3. A Long History of Activism and Organizing, by Timothy R. Cain
4. Union Organizing and the Law, by Gregory Saltzman
5. A Just Employment Approach to Adjunct Unionization, by Joseph McCartin and Nicholas Wertsch
6. Unionizing Adjunct and Tenure-Track Faculty at Notre Dame de Namur, by Kim Tolley, Marianne Delaporte, and Lorenzo Giachetti
7. Unions, Shared Governance, and Historically Black Colleges and Universities, by Elizabeth K. Davenport
8. Forming a Union, by Shawn Gilmore
9. Wall to Wall, by Luke Elliot-Negri
10. California State University East Bay, by Kim Geron and Gretchen M. Reevy
Conclusion, by Kim Tolley and Kristen Edwards

Professors in the Gig Economy
Unionizing Adjunct Faculty in America
Publication Date: 1 May 2018
Status: Available
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Trim Size: 6" x 9"
Page Count: 240 pages
Illustrations: 5 charts
ISBN: 9781421425337