Eve Weinbaum

Associate Professor

Education

Ph.D., Political Science, Yale University, 1997
M.P.A., Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, 1988

Research Areas

Labor Movements; Union and Community Organizing; Social Movements; Labor and Globalization; Women and Work; Work and Family Policy

Selected Publications

Eve S. Weinbaum. To Move a Mountain: Fighting the Global Economy in Appalachia.New York: The New Press, 2004.

Eve S. Weinbaum and Stephanie Luce. “Low-Wage Women Workers,” New Labor Forum 17:2 (Summer 2008), pp. 20-34.

Eve S. Weinbaum, “Split to Win?: Assessing the State of the Labor Movement,” Dissent, Winter 2006, pp. 54-6.

Eve S. Weinbaum and Gordon Lafer. “Outside Agitators and Other Red Herrings: Getting Past the ‘Top-Down/Bottom-Up’ Debate.” New Labor Forum, Spring/Summer 2002.

Eve S. Weinbaum. “From Plant Closing to Political Movement: Challenging the Logic of Economic Destruction in Tennessee,” in New Poverty Studies: The Ethnography of Politics, Policy and Impoverished People in the U.S., eds. Judith Goode and Jeff Maskovsky. New York: New York University Press, 2001.

Max Page and Eve S. Weinbaum. “The City that Workers Built,” Reviews in American History, 29 (2001).