Posts Tagged: private detectives

“The Company’s Voice in the Workplace” – now published

My article, “The Company’s Voice in the Workplace: Labor Spies, Propaganda and Personnel Management, 1918-1920,” has now appeared in the Fall 2013 issue of Labor: Studies in Working-Class History of the Americas, vol 10, no 3, 57-79 (Submitted June 2010;

“The Company’s Voice in the Workplace” – now published

My article, “The Company’s Voice in the Workplace: Labor Spies, Propaganda and Personnel Management, 1918-1920,” has now appeared in the Fall 2013 issue of Labor: Studies in Working-Class History of the Americas, vol 10, no 3, 57-79 (Submitted June 2010;

Private Detectives and the Paper Work of Surveillance in the United States, 1855-1939

“Private Detectives and the Paper Work of Surveillance in the United States, 1855-1939,” presented at Paper Work: the Materials and Practices of Modern Information Cultures Symposium, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, May 24, 2013.

Private Detectives and the Paper Work of Surveillance in the United States, 1855-1939

“Private Detectives and the Paper Work of Surveillance in the United States, 1855-1939,” presented at Paper Work: the Materials and Practices of Modern Information Cultures Symposium, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, May 24, 2013.

The Company’s Voice in the Workplace

“The Company’s Voice in the Workplace: Labor Spies, Propaganda, and Personnel Management, 1918-1920,” presented at the Department of History Research Seminar, March 19, 2012. Abstract: From the late nineteenth century until the 1930s, American employers hired private detectives to go

The Company’s Voice in the Workplace

“The Company’s Voice in the Workplace: Labor Spies, Propaganda, and Personnel Management, 1918-1920,” presented at the Department of History Research Seminar, March 19, 2012. Abstract: From the late nineteenth century until the 1930s, American employers hired private detectives to go