[OPE] Labour Process Conference comes to the USA

From: Adler Paul <padler@usc.edu>
Date: Sun Jul 26 2009 - 10:56:58 EDT

OPErs might be interested in this conference that I'm helping to
organize:

"Work Matters": 28th Annual International Labour Process Conference
Rutgers University, March 15-17, 2010
  After short and successful trips to Amsterdam and Dublin in recent
years, its 28th year sees the International Labour Process Conference
making a bigger journey, with the event hosted for the first time in
North America. It will be organised at Rutgers by an experienced team
at one of the leading labour studies departments in the country.
Located in New Jersey, Rutgers is close to New York (and particularly
Newark Airport) and should prove an attractive destination for
traditional ILPC attendees. With exciting new streams and issues,
the 2010 event provides a great opportunity for diverse groups of
labour-oriented workplace researchers from different continents to
communicate and collaborate. We urge you all to attend and support
the conference.

The ILPC web site now has all the information about additional
special streams for the 2010 event, as well as the call for papers
and papers from the 28th conference. www.ilpc.org.uk

  For questions about the conference please contact:
ilpc2010@ilpc.org.uk

  ILPC 2010 Conference Organizers:

Paul Adler, University of Southern California, US.
Eileen Appelbaum, Rutgers University, US.
Dan Clawson, University of Massachusetts, US.
Adrienne Eaton, Rutgers University, US.

David Finegold, Rutgers University, US.

Mary Gatta, Rutgers University, US.
Ruth Milkman, University of California, Los Angeles, US
  In addition to general papers the 2010 Conference will have the
following special streams:
Accounting, the financial crisis and the labour process: Tony
Tinker, Baruch College, City University of New York, US; Aida Sy,
Manhattan College, US.
Alternative Work Organisations: Maurizio Atzeni, Loughborough
University, UK; Dario Azzelleni, Johann Wolfgang Goethe University,
Germany ; Immanuel Ness , Brooklyn College CUNY, US
Are bad jobs inevitable? Chris Warhurst, University of
Strathclyde, UK; Patricia Findlay, University of Edinburgh UK;
Francoise Carre, University of Massachusetts Boston, USA; Chris
Tilly, UCLA, USA.
Representations and Realities of Womens Work: Juliette
Summers Stirling University, UK; Doris Ruth Eikhof, Stirling
University, UK; Marian Baird University of Sydney, AU; Eileen
Appelbaum, Rutgers University, US.
Skill Creation Systems and the Restructuring of the Global
Economy: David Finegold, Rutgers University, US.
The economy of feelings: emotional labour, soft skills and
emotional intelligence at work: Sharon C. Bolton, Strathclyde
University Business School, UK; Irena Grugulis, Bradford School of
Management. UK; Steve Vincent, Leeds University Business School, UK;
Robin Leidner, University of Pennsylvania; US.
Worker Power and the Labour Process, Past and Present:
Dorothy Sue Cobble, Rutgers University, US; Peter Winn, Tufts
University, US.

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Prof. Paul S. Adler
Management and Organization Department
Marshall School of Business
University of Southern California

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