Avec son slogan « Faire du tort à un seul, c'est faire du tort à tous », l'IWW a donné au concept de solidarité une définition très concrète. Ce slogan, à l'image des Wobblies eux-mêmes, a voyagé aux quatre coins du monde. Les luttes d'il y a un siècle résonnent encore dans les pays du Sud en voie d'industrialisation comme dans ceux du Nord en voie de désindustrialisation. Que les ouvriers du monde entier fassent vivre l'internationalisme et l'esprit des Wobblies, et alors ils seront assez puissants pour défier le capitalisme mondial.En plein déclin des organisations de lutte au travail et de l'État-providence, cette histoire internationale et globale d'un des syndicats aux revendications les plus ambitieuses revient aux sources d'un mouvement qui a essaimé dans le monde entier et rappelle l'urgence d'explorer des formes alternatives de pratique politique et syndicale.Peter Cole, David M. Struthers et Kenyon Zimmer, historiens américains spécialistes du syndicalisme, dirigent vingt contributeurs internationaux rendant compte de contextes aussi variés que la France, l'Inde, le Mexique, l'Australie ou la Finlande.
Peter Cole enseigne l'histoire à l'université Western Illinois et est chercheur associé au Society, Work and Development Institute à l'université de Witwatersrand. Il est l'auteur de Wobblies on the Waterfront (Université of Illinois Press, 2007).David M. Struthers est professeur assistant à l'université de Copenhague.Kenyon Zimmer est professeur associé à l'université de Texas at Arlington. Il est l'auteur de Immigrants Against the State (University of Illinois Press, 2015).
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Part of the Jewish Encounter series
One May day in 1896, at a dining-room table in Cambridge, England, a meeting took place between a Romanian-born maverick Jewish intellectual and twin learned Presbyterian Scotswomen, who had assembled to inspect several pieces of rag paper and parchment. It was the unlikely start to what would prove a remarkable, continent-hopping, century-crossing saga, and one that in many ways has revolutionized our sense of what it means to lead a Jewish life.
In Sacred Trash, MacArthur-winning poet and translator Peter Cole and acclaimed essayist Adina Hoffman tell the story of the retrieval from an Egyptian geniza, or repository for worn-out texts, of the most vital cache of Jewish manuscripts ever discovered. This tale of buried scholarly treasure weaves together unforgettable portraits of Solomon Schechter and the other heroes of this drama with explorations of the medieval documents themselves--letters and poems, wills and marriage contracts, Bibles, money orders, fiery dissenting tracts, fashion-conscious trousseaux lists, prescriptions, petitions, and mysterious magical charms. Presenting a panoramic view of nine hundred years of vibrant Mediterranean Judaism, Hoffman and Cole bring modern readers into the heart of this little-known trove, whose contents have rightly been dubbed “the Living Sea Scrolls.” Part biography and part meditation on the supreme value the Jewish people has long placed on the written word, Sacred Trash is above all a gripping tale of adventure and redemption.
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