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Publications of Gunther W. Peck    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  by tags  bibtex listing:

Books

  1. Peck, GW, The Shadow of White Slavery: Innocence, Rescue, and Empire in Contemporary Human Trafficking Campaigns (In Progress) (April, 2016)
  2. Peck, GW, Trafficking in Race: White Slavery and the Rise of a Transatlantic Working Class, 1660-1860 (In Progress) (April, 2016)
  3. Peck, GW, Reinventing Free Labor: Padrones and Immigrant Workers in the North American West, 1885-1930 (2000), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (Winner of the Taft Award, for best book in North American Labor History, the Ray Allen Billington Award from the OAH, for best book in frontier history, and the Pacific Coast Branch Award from the AHA..)

Papers Published

  1. Peck, GW, Movement Culture in Durham, North Carolina (forthcoming), in TBD, edited by Hogan, W (April, 2016), Duke University Press  [abs]
  2. Peck, GW, Reinventing Free Labor: Immigrant Padrones and Contract Laborers in North America, 1885 - 1925 (forthcoming), in The Workers' West, edited by Jamesom, E; Myers, RD (April, 2016), University of Oklahoma Press
  3. Peck, GW, The Shadow of White Slavery: Race, Innocence, and History in Contemporary Anti-Human Trafficking Campaigns, in The Power of the Past: History & Statecraft, edited by Suri, J (2015), pp. 232-260, Brookings, ISBN 9780815727125
  4. Peck, G, Migrant labor and global commons: Transnational subjects, visions, and methods, edited by Tom Klubock, International Labor and Working Class History, vol. 85 no. 5 (Spring, 2014), pp. 118-137, Cambridge University Press (CUP), ISSN 0147-5479 [doi]  [abs] [1]
  5. Peck, G, Feminizing White Slavery in the United States, in Workers Across the Americas: The Transnational Turn in Labor History (May, 2011), pp. 221-241, Oxford University Press, ISBN 9780199731633 [doi]  [abs]
  6. Peck, GW, Feminizing White Slavery in the United States: Marcus Braun and the Transnational Traffic in White Bodies, 1890-1910., in Workers, the Nation State and Beyond, edited by Fink, L; Greene, J (2011), pp. 221-244, Oxford University Press, ISBN 9780199778553
  7. Peck, G, The nature of labor: Fault lines and common ground in environmental and labor history, Environmental History, vol. 11 no. 2 (January, 2006), pp. 212-238, Oxford University Press (OUP), ISSN 1084-5453 [3986230], [doi]  [abs]
  8. Peck, GW, White Slavery and Whiteness: A Transnational View of the Sources of Working-Class Radicalism and Racism, Labor: Studies in Working Class History of the Americas, vol. 1 no. 2 (2004), pp. 41-63
  9. Peck, GW, Contracting Coercion? Rethinking the Origins of Free Labor in the United States and Great Britian, Buffalo Law Review, vol. 51 no. 1 (Winter, 2003), pp. 201-218
  10. Peck, GW, Review of Anaconda: Labor, Community, and Culture in Montana's Smelter City by Laura Mercier, Labor History (Us) (2003), Taylor & Francis (Routledge): SSH Titles, ISSN 1469-9702
  11. Peck, GW, Review of Anaconda: Labor, Community, and Culture in Montana's Smelter City by Laura Mercier, Labor History (Us) (2003), Taylor & Francis (Routledge): SSH Titles, ISSN 1469-9702
  12. Peck, G; Igler, D, Industrial Cowboys: Miller & Lux and the Transformation of the Far West, 1850-1920, The Journal of American History, vol. 89 no. 3 (December, 2002), pp. 1065-1065, Oxford University Press (OUP), ISSN 0021-8723 [3092410], [doi]
  13. Peck, GW, In Search of an American Working Class: Nationalist Fictions in the Making of Western Labor History, Mitteilungsblatt Des Instituts Fur Soziale Bewegungen, vol. 25 (May, 2001), pp. 29-45
  14. Peck, G, Review of A New South Rebellion: The Battle against Convict Labor in the Tennessee Coalfields, 1871-1896 by Karin A. Shapiro, Social History, vol. 25 no. 3 (October, 2000), pp. 373-374, ISSN 0307-1022 [4286697]
  15. Peck, GW, Manly Gambles: The Politics of Risk on the Comstock Lode, in Across the Great Divide: Cultures of Manhood in the U.S. West, edited by Basso, M; McCall, L; Garceau, D (2000), pp. 73-96, Routledge
  16. Peck, GW, Review of All that Glitters: Class, Conflict, and Community in Cripple Creek by Elizabeth Jameson, The Western Historical Quarterly, vol. 30 no. 4 (1999), pp. 509-510, Oxford University Press, ISSN 0043-3810
  17. Peck, GW, Review of Big Trouble: A Murder in a Small western Town sets off a Struggle for the Soul of America by J. Anthony Lukas, The Western Historical Quarterly, vol. 30 no. 4 (1999), pp. 509-510, Oxford University Press, ISSN 0043-3810
  18. Peck, GW, Mobilizing Community: Migrant Workers and the Politics of Labor Mobility in the North American West, 1900-1920, in Labor Histories: Class, Politics, and the Working-Class Experience, edited by Arnesen, E; Greene, J; Laurie, B (1998), pp. 175-200, Urbana
  19. Peck, GW, Padrones and Protest: "Old" Radicals and "New" Immigrants in Bingham, Utah, 1905-1912, in Problems in the History of the American West, edited by Milner, C; Butler, A; Lewis, D (1997), pp. 328-339, Heath
  20. Peck, GW, Padrones and Protest: "Old" Radicals and "New" Immigrants in Bingham, Utah, 1905-1912, in A World We Thought We Knew: Readings in Utah History, edited by McCormick, J; Sillito, J (1995), pp. 154-172, University of Utah Press
  21. Peck, G; Copeland, T, The Centralia Tragedy of 1919: Elmer Smith and the Wobblies, The Western Historical Quarterly, vol. 25 no. 4 (Winter, 1994), pp. 553-553, Oxford University Press (OUP), ISSN 0043-3810 [970396], [doi]
  22. Peck, GW, Padrones and Protest: "Old" Radicals and "New" Immigrants in Bingham, Utah, 1905-1912, Western Historical Quarterly, vol. 24 no. 2 (May, 1993), pp. 157-178 (The article received the Bert Fireman Award and the Bryant Spann prize. Reprinted in Clyde Milner, Ann Butler, & David Lewis, eds., Problems in the History of the American West (Heath, 1997): 328-339. Reprinted in John McCormick & John Sillito, eds., A World We Thought We Knew: Readings in Utah History, (Salt Lake City, 1995, 2002): 154-72.)  [abs]

Book Reviews

  1. David Igler, Industrial Cowboys: Miller & Lux and the Transformation of the Far West, 1850-1920, The Journal of American History (Winter, 2002), Berkeley, 2001

Occasional Writing

  1. Peck, GW, Our Bipartisan Acceptance of Refugees, The Atlanta Journal Constitution (November, 2015) [available here]
  2. Peck, GW, Accepting Syrian Refugees both Humanitarian and in Our National Interest, Raleigh News and Observer (November, 2015) [html]
  3. Peck, GW, Big Voter Turnouts and Perceptions of Fraud, Duke University: Sanford School of Public Policy (June, 2011) [voter-turnout-and-fraud]
  4. Peck, GW, I Am Waiting, The Chronicle (November, 2010), ISSN 0030-2201 [i-am-waiting]
  5. Peck, GW, Hillary Clinton and the Southern Strategy, Duke Today (March, 2008) [html]

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