- Title Pages
- Introduction Challenges of Engaged Scholarship and Teaching
- Chapter 1 Labor Historians and Traditions of Engaged Scholarship
- Introduction To Part I Encountering Conflict, Power, and Hope
- Chapter 2 Beyond <i>Yeshiva</i>
- Chapter 3 “Feets Don’t Fail Me Now”
- Chapter 4 Wandering through the Wisconsin Uprising
- Chapter 5 Immigrants in a Disaster Zone
- Chapter 6 Remembering the 1911 General Transport Strike in Liverpool
- Introduction to Part II Connecting Classrooms and Communities
- Chapter 7 The Great Unspoken
- Chapter 8 Teaching Labor History on the Middle Ground
- Chapter 9 The Difference a Union Makes
- Chapter 10 Making History Every Day
- Chapter 11 The Polk School
- Introduction to Part III Bridging Scholarship and Activism
- Chapter 12 Launching the Kalmanovitz Initiative
- Chapter 13 My Life as a Wonk
- Chapter 14 “The Soul Puts Together Its Pieces”
- Chapter 15 Disability and Labor Activism
- Chapter 16 Engaged Scholarship and the Living-Wage Movement
- Epilogue Carry It On!
- Production Credits
- Civic Labors
- University of Illinois Press
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