Stephanie Luce

Stephanie Luce is assistant professor at the Murphy Institute, City University of New York. She researches low-wage work globalization and labor-community coalitions. Luce is the co-author, with Robert Pollin, of /i>The Living Wage: building A Fair Economy.

Building Power for the Long Term

The Troubled State of Labor
Against the Current, No. 166, September/October 2013

Pushing Demands at OWS?
Against the Current, No. 156, January/February 2012

Intersectionality Coming Alive
Against the Current, No. 139, March/April 2009

It's Political Not Personal
Against the Current, No. 129, July/August 2007

Labor Studies Under Siege
Against the Current, No. 118, September/October 2005

Racist Outrage at UMass-Amherst
Against the Current, No. 114, January/February 2005

Rejoinder: 2004 & the Movement
Against the Current, No. 111, July/August 2004

The Left and the Elections
Against the Current, No. 110, May/June 2004

The World Social Forum and Global Justice
Against the Current, No. 103, March/April 2003

The Battle of "English Only"
Against the Current, No. 102, January/February 2003

Labor Activists Discuss Quebec City
Against the Current, No. 94, September/October 2001

Labor's Change of the Century
Against the Current, No. 93, July/August 2001

Living Wage Movement: An Update
Against the Current, No. 90, January/February 2001

Grassroots Power, Women and Transformation: An Interview with George Friday
Against the Current, No. 85, March/April 2000

CPE: Demystifying Economics--Interview with Elissa Braunstein
Against the Current, No. 80, May/June 1999

The Misogyny of Welfare "Reform"
Against the Current, No. 79, March/April 1999

Living Wage Campaigns, Part 2: Challenges Facing the Movement
Against the Current, No. 77, November/December 1998

Living Wage Campaigns: Part I
Against the Current, No. 76, September/October 1998