2006 Labor History Prizes

Ann: the winning books and articles
2006 Labor History Prizes

We at Labor History are delighted to announce the winners of the journal's annual prizes.

Best Book Prize ($1000 US)
Nancy MacLean
Freedom is Not Enough: The Opening of the American Workplace Harvard University Press, 2006

Best PhD Dissertation Prize (£750)
Jarod Heath Roll
'Road to the Promised Land: Rural Rebellion in the New Cotton South, 1890-1945' Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, 2006

Best Article Prizes (£250 each)
1. Best Article - Young Scholar
Simon Constantine, 'Migrant Labor in the German Countryside: Agency and Protest, 1890-1923' (Labor History, August 2006)

2. Best Article - U.S. Topic
Andrew Dawson, 'A New Framework for Workshop Contracting: Philadelphia Machine Building, 187-1914' (Labor History, August 2006)

3. Best Article - Comparative or Non-U.S. Topic Jock McCulloch, 'The Mine at Wittenoom: Blue Asbestos, Labour and Occupational Disease' (Labor History, February 2006)

Congratulations to all our winners.

Find out how you can enter our prize competitions for 2007 by visiting:
Craig Phelan
Editor, Labor History