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Recently published manuscript from Assistant Professor Patrick Trent Greiner and Rachel McKane, Ph.D.

Sep. 20, 2022—Assistant Professor Patrick Trent Greiner and Rachel McKane, Ph.D recently published a manuscript.

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Dan Cornfield is quoted by the Associated Press on the history of the Starbucks union-preemption strategy of compensating its non-union workers at a higher wage rate  than the wage rate of its unionized workers.

Aug. 29, 2022—Dan Cornfield is quoted by the Associated Press on the history of the Starbucks union-preemption strategy of compensating its non-union workers at a higher wage rate  than the wage rate of its unionized workers.

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Professor Larry Isaac published “Striking News: Discursive Power of the Press as Capitalist Resource in Gilded Age Strikes”

Aug. 23, 2022—Larry Isaac along with past Vanderbilt PhDs, Jonathan Coley (Oklahoma State University), Quan Mai (Rutgers University), and Anna Jacobs (Independent Scholar) published “Striking News: Discursive Power of the Press as Capitalist Resource in Gilded Age Strikes.” AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY (2022).

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Professor Larry Isaac published “Repressing Worker Dissent: Lethal Violence against Strikers in the Early American Labor Movement”

Aug. 23, 2022—Paul Lipold and Larry Isaac published “Repressing Worker Dissent: Lethal Violence against Strikers in the Early American Labor Movement.” LABOR HISTORY (2022).

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We’re Hiring! Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Environmental Sociology

Aug. 23, 2022—Department of Sociology Position: Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Environmental Sociology The Department of Sociology at Vanderbilt University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the area of environmental sociology to begin fall semester 2023. The capacity to bring in external funding is highly desirable. Candidacy for this position will be strengthened if the applicant...

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We’re Hiring! Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Sociology of Artificial Intelligence

Aug. 23, 2022—Department of Sociology Position: Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Sociology of Artificial Intelligence The Department of Sociology at Vanderbilt University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor studying the societal influences of artificial intelligence (AI). The position begins fall semester 2023. We seek a scholar who investigates the sociology of AI’s development, meaning, application, or impact...

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Prof. Larry Isaac published “Pitting the Working-Class Against Itself: Solidarity, Strikebreaking, and Strike Outcomes in the Early US Labor Movement.”

Jul. 28, 2022—Larry Isaac (Vanderbilt), Rachel McKane (post-doc at Brown University), and Anna Jacobs (Independent Scholar) published “Pitting the Working-Class Against Itself: Solidarity, Strikebreaking, and Strike Outcomes in the Early US Labor Movement.” SOCIAL SCIENCE HISTORY (2022).

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Prof. Dan Cornfield is quoted by KUT Austin NPR

May. 4, 2022—Prof. Dan Cornfield is quoted by KUT Austin NPR discussing Austin Starbucks workers’ efforts to unionize. Read and listen here.

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Prof. Dan Cornfield on Panel at National Undergraduate Conference on Scientific Journalism

May. 2, 2022—Prof. Dan Cornfield served on a panel on “Science in Partisanship” at the 2022 annual National Undergraduate Conference on Scientific Journalism.   The Vanderbilt Undergraduate Research Journal is one of 17 member journals of NUCSJ which seeks to “to create a collaborative network for undergraduate science journalism, initiate conversations about research dissemination, and positively impact future...

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Dan Cornfield is quoted by Reuters on the landmark Amazon Labor Union victory at a Staten Island Amazon warehouse.

Apr. 4, 2022—Dan Cornfield is quoted by Reuters on the landmark Amazon Labor Union victory at a Staten Island Amazon warehouse.

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