MARY LYNN PEDERSEN CLUFF
received her master's degree in history at the University
of Georgia. She currently teaches at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah.
ANN FARNSWORTH-ALVEAR
received her Ph.D. from Duke University, where she de-
veloped a passion for comparative labor studies and feminist theory. Her area of ex-
pertise is twentieth-century Colombia, and her research has focused on urban indus-
trial work and oral history. She is Assistant Professor of History at the University of
Pennsylvania.
JOHN D. FRENCH
is Associate Professor of History at Duke University. He is currently
completing a book titled
The Metalworkers
of
ABC· Linking Consciousness and Mobiliza-
tion,
I9Jo-I980. His other research interests include the history of labor transnational-
ism, women and voting, and color and class in Brazil.
DANIEL JAMES
is Associate Professor of History at Duke University. He is currently
finishing a book dealing with oral history titled
Dona Maria's Story: Life History, Mem-
ory, and Political Identity.
His larger ongoing project is titled "Berisso Obrero."
THOMAS MILLER KLUBOCK
received his Ph.D. in History from Yale University in 1993.
He is currently Assistant Professor of History at Ohio State University. His forthcom-
ing book,
Contested Communities: Class, Gender, and Politics in Chile's El Tenientc Copper
Mine,
I904-I9JI, deals with the history of working men and women in the EI Teniente
copper mining community.
DEBORAH LEVENSON-ESTRADA
is Associate Professor of Latin American History at
Boston College. She received her Ph.D. from New York University in 1988. She is cur-
rently writing a social history of childhood and modernity in Guatemala since the late
nineteenth century. She is also researching the ideological uses of the category
youth
in the same time period.
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