David Roediger is the Foundation Distinguished Professor of American Studies at University of Kansas, where he teaches and writes on race and class in the United States. Educated through college at public schools in Illinois, he completed doctoral work at Northwestern University. His recent books include Seizing Freedom: Slave Emancipation and Liberty for All, How Race Survived U.S. History, and (with Elizabeth Esch) The Production of Difference. His older writings on race, immigration, and working class history include The Wages of Whiteness and Working toward Whiteness.
ARTICLES FEATURING DAVID
Miserablism and Resistance at the American Studies Association
Sarah Mesle interviews David Roediger about the 2015 American Studies Association conference and ASA's relationship to social action....