Stephanie Luce, School of Labor and Urban Studies, City University of New York

From Minimum Wage to General Strike? The Possibilities & Limitations of Worker Organizing in Anti-capitalist Movements

Tuesday, October 27, 3pm (REGISTER HERE)

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STEPHANIE LUCE is a Professor of Labor Studies at the School of Labor and Urban Studies, and a Professor of Sociology at the Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY). She received her BA at the University of California, Davis and both her PhD in sociology and her MA in industrial relations from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. Best known for her research on living wage campaigns and movements, she is the author of Fighting for a Living Wage, and co-author of The Living Wage: Building a Fair Economy, and The Measure of Fairness. She is also author of Labor Movements: Global Perspectives.  Her current research focuses on globalization and labor-community coalitions.