Hester Eisenstein

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Hester Eisenstein

Left Forum Advisory Board

In 2009 the Left Forum Advisory Board included Gilbert Achcar, Tariq Ali, Ashanti Alston, Anthony Arnove, Robin Blackburn, Barbara Bowen, Jack Bratich, Rose Brewer, Renate Bridenthal, Michael Brie, Stephen Brier, Stephen Eric Bronner, Paul Buhle, Joseph Buttigieg, Luciana Castellina, Angela Dillard, Stephen Duncombe, Hester Eisenstein, Barbara Epstein, Deepa Fernandes, Hector Figueroa, Harriet Fraad, Josh Freeman, Barbara Garson, Heather Gautney, Marvin Gettleman, Arun Gupta, Jack Hammond, David Harvey, Gerald Horne, Boris Kagarlitsky, Robin D. G. Kelley, Christine A. Kelly, Peter Kwong, Joanne Landy, Jesse Lemisch, Michael Lowy, Nivedita Majumdar, Manning Marable, Randy Martin, Liz Mestres, Susan O'Malley, Cathy Mulder, Leo Panitch, Christian Parenti, Thomas Ponniah, Barbara Ransby, Michael Ratner, Jan Rehmann, Gerardo Renique, Rainer Rilling, Colin Robinson, Nan Rubin, Roger Salerno, Stephen R. Shalom, Neil Smith, Richard Smith, Meredith Tax, Eleni Varikas, Victor Wallis, Joseph Wilson.[1]

Labor for Palestine

On December 14, 2009 Labor for Palestine released an "Open Letter from U.S. Trade Unionists to AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka: Boycott Apartheid Israel".

Signers of the letter included Hester Eisenstein, Vice-Chair, Queens College Chapter PSC City University of New York.[2]

How Class Works - 2010 Conference

1.2 Class and Gender

  • Francine Moccio, Former Director of the Institute for Women and Work at ILR School at Cornell University: Live Wires For a Labor Cause: Women Electricians in New York City
  • Hester Eisenstein, Sociology, Queens College: Feminism Seduced: How Global Elites Use Women’s Labor and Ideas to Exploit the World
  • M. Thandabantu Iverson, History Labor Studies, Indiana University-Northwest: Beyond Reductionism: Seeing Class Through Race and Gender in Black Healthcare Workers’ Lives
  • Melda Ozturk, Economics, Ondokuz Mayıs University and Özgün Akduran, Public Finance, Istanbul University: Women’s Labor in Tobacco Producing: Before and After Privatization.

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