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This is a book about working-class identity, consciousness, and self-determination. It offers an alternative to middle-class assimiliation and working-class amnesia. The twenty-five contributors use memory--both personal and collective--to show the relationship between the uncertain economic rhythms of working-class life and the possibilities for cultural and political agency. Manual labor and intellectual work are connected in these multicultural autobiographies of writers, educators, artists, political activists, musicians, and photographers and in the cultural work--the poems, stories, photographs, lectures, music--they produce. Illustrated with family snapshots, this collection--the first of its kind--includes the work of a female machinist who is also a poet, a secretary who is also a writer, a poet who worked on the assembly line, a musician who was also a red-diaper baby, and an academic who is recovering the working-class writing of her father. The consciousness that is revealed in this book makes evident the value of class identity to collective, democratic struggle. The contributors are Maggie Anderson, Steve Cagan, Jim Daniels, Lennard Davis, Masani Alexis de Veaux, Sue Doro, Julie Olsen Edwards, Carol Faulkner, Barbara Fox, Laura Hapke, Florence Howe, David Joseph, Linda McCarriston, Wilma Elizabeth McDaniel, Gregory Mantsios, M. Bella Mirabella, Joseph Nassar, Tillie Olsen, Maxine Scates, Saul Slapikoff, Clarissa T. Sligh, Carol Tarlen, Joann Maria Vasoncellos biographies,business and investing,customs and traditions,economics,labor and industrial relations,minority studies,philosophy,politics and government,politics and social sciences,popular economics Philosophy, Rutgers University Press

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This is a book about working-class identity, consciousness, and self-determination. It offers an alternative to middle-class assimiliation and working-class amnesia. The twenty-five contributors use memory--both personal and collective--to show the relationship between the uncertain economic rhythms of working-class life and the possibilities for cultural and political agency. Manual labor and intellectual work are connected in these multicultural autobiographies of writers, educators, artists, political activists, musicians, and photographers and in the cultural work--the poems, stories, photographs, lectures, music--they produce. Illustrated with family snapshots, this collection--the first of its kind--includes the work of a female machinist who is also a poet, a secretary who is also a writer, a poet who worked on the assembly line, a musician who was also a red-diaper baby, and an academic who is recovering the working-class writing of her father. The consciousness that is revealed in this book makes evident the value of class identity to collective, democratic struggle. The contributors are Maggie Anderson, Steve Cagan, Jim Daniels, Lennard Davis, Masani Alexis de Veaux, Sue Doro, Julie Olsen Edwards, Carol Faulkner, Barbara Fox, Laura Hapke, Florence Howe, David Joseph, Linda McCarriston, Wilma Elizabeth McDaniel, Gregory Mantsios, M. Bella Mirabella, Joseph Nassar, Tillie Olsen, Maxine Scates, Saul Slapikoff, Clarissa T. Sligh, Carol Tarlen, Joann Maria Vasoncellos, Pat Wynne, and Janet Zandy. Liberating Memory: Our Work and Our Working-Class Consciousness Zandy, Janet, Rutgers University Press

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Piscataway, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Rutgers Univ Pr, 1994. From Booklist Editor Zandy has collected essays, poems, and stories from 25 contributors who share their experiences as members of the working class. Central to the book is the rejection of the notion that being working class is something to overcome. The writers find great strength and value in this class, even though many of the writers have, admittedly, left it. Some reveal a fair amount of anger, mostly over the way the upper and middle classes treat them. They fight the dehumanizing forces of repetitive, boring, and often dangerous work. During the Vietnam War, they did not have the option of a college deferment. But they are rarely self-pitying, often quite ironic and humorous. The language and voice of the working class live in this book, and the depth and complexity of both are reminders of how important these people are to our society. Brian McCombie --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. Product Description This book about working-class identity, consciousness, and agency offers an alternative to middle-class assimilation and working-class amnesia. The 25 contributors use memory--both personal and collective--to show the relationship between the uncertain economic rhythms of working-class life and the possibilities for cultural and political agency. 40 illustrations. . First Edition. Soft Cover. Fine. Illus. by Some B/W Photos., Rutgers Univ Pr, 1994

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New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1995. xv, 366p., wraps, very good condition., Rutgers University Press, 1995

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Liberating Memory: Our Work and Our Working-Class Consciousness

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This book about working-class identity, consciousness, and agency offers an alternative to middle-class assimilation and working-class amnesia. The 25 contributors use memory--both personal and collective--to show the relationship between the uncertain economic rhythms of working-class life and the possibilities for cultural and political agency. 40 illustrations.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780813521220
ISBN (ISBN-10): 081352122X
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 1994
Editeur: RUTGERS UNIV PR
384 Pages
Poids: 0,562 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9780813521220

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