The University of Massachusetts Amherst


Eve Weinbaum

Associate Professor


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).