Members of the Neil Aggett Labour Studies Unit (NALSU) publish widely. In addition to commissioned reports, we produce peer-reviewed academic journals and books, as well as popular materials.
The Labour Studies: Working Class Education Series
The Labour Studies: Working Class Education Series publishes texts generated for worker, popular and union education programmes and projects with which NALSU is involved. These include the annual Vuyisile Mini Winter Schools, and the short course programme on Policy, Theory and Research for Labour Movements. These texts are published online, as well as in hard copy, for broader distribution to unions and other movements, as well as labour service oganisations and labour studies institutions.
NALSU has a growing list of academic publications, best accessed through our member’s own pages, listed under the “People” tab (or click here).
The large volume of publications includes academic books as sole authors or editors (the edited books also include chapters by the editors):
Research Reports are longer publications that present the findings of NALSU research projects, collaborative initiatives or commissioned work. These reports are not subject to peer review. In 2013, the Neil Aggett Labour Studies Unit (NALSU) released a report entitled Foundational overview of the Eastern Cape labour market, which drew on Census 2011 data, as well as administrative data gathered by the Departments of Labour and Public Works. A number of editions of an annual Eastern Cape labour market review, based on survey and administrative data, were released before the series was discontinued to accommodate the increasing volume of work on academic publications and project-based work.