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Perspective Archive

2012

Spring - Vol. 24, No. 2

Contents:

  • Teaching the budget
  • New Librarians' contract
  • Marching on Sacramento
  • Obama, Yudof & education
  • How cuts are affecting learning

2011

Fall - Vol. 24, No. 1

Contents:

  • State audits
  • Refund California
  • Lecturers & Librarians win pay increases
  • We are the 99%
  • A report from Congress

Spring - Vol. 23, No. 2

Contents:  

  • UC Waits for Superman
  • We all live in Wisconsin
  • UC Budget on the Table
  • Reforming the Regents
  • A growth model for UC

2010

Spring - Vol. 22, No. 2

Contents:

  • Agreement for Librarians
  • Legislators to Audit UC
  • Preserving UC Pensions
  • Lecturers Extend Contract
  • UCLA Contract Violations

2009

Fall - Vol. 22, No. 1

Contents:

  • UCLA Regents' Meeting Protest
  • Behind UC's FUrlough Plan
  • True Budget Solutions that Don't Damage UC
  • The Real Cost of Undergraduate Education
  • Fighting Library Closures

 

Spring - Vol. 21, No. 2

Contents:

  • Fair pay for librarians
  • Unions work to reverse anti-gay measure
  • New lecturer protections
  • The union way up
  • Looking into UC's Budget

2008

Spring - Vol. 20, No.2

Contents:

  • New Librarians Contract
  • Rate your professor, friends and enemies
  • Progressive taxation to balance the budget
  • New rules on lecturer's workloads

Fall - Vol. 21, No. 1

Contents:

  • Librarians reopen contract
  • Reading banned books
  • Budget cuts hit UCLA
  • Governor Targets UC Labor Studies again

2007

Spring - Vol. 19, No. 2

Contents:

  • Protecting our pensions
  • CSU faculty may strike
  • Librarians and workload
  • A lecturer reflects on four decades at UC

Fall - Vol. 20, No. 1

Contents:

  • Union wins pension victory
  • Librarians go back to the table
  • Legislative win on open meetings
  • Future of California higher education

2006

Fall - Vol. 19, No. 1

Contents:

  • Part-timers and social security
  • Lecturers at the table
  • Angelides for governor
  • Contingent academics meet

2005

Fall - Vol. 18, No. 1

Contents:

  • Working together to change UC
  • New internal organizing plan
  • Nov. ballot measures threaten education
  • Librarians at the table
  • Health benefits victory

Spring - Vol. 17, No. 2

Contents:

  • Fighting to save public education
  • CFT debates policies
  • Bargaining begins
  • New UC-AFT director
  • Large lecture classes & education
  • Enforcing our lecturers' contract

2004

Fall - Vol. 17, No. 1

Contents:

  • Sixth-year lecturers win legal protections
  • Looking ahead
  • Health care benefit victory
  • Voting on dues increase
  • AFT endorses Kerry
  • New professional development fund

Spring - Vol. 16 No. 2

Contents:

  • Fighting cuts, preserving education
  • Valuing teaching
  • Budget woes at ILE
  • Contingent faculty work for change
  • Supporting information literacy
  • Learning to lobby
  • UCD's writing program

2003

Fall - Vol. 16, No. 1

Contents:

  • Coping with cutbacks
  • Lecturer pride
  • New stewards lend a hand
  • Where do your dues go?
  • Librarians ratify contract

 

Spring - Vol. 15, No. 3

Contents:

  • New lecturers' contract on the horizon
  • Teaching matters
  • Lecturer job security and pay
  • Librarians peer review
  • CFT convention report
  • Single payer health measure

Winter - Vol. 15, No. 2

Contents:

  • Lecturers work for change
  • Bargaining and membership
  • Lecturers at the table
  • MLA resolution on UC Davis
  • Fighting UC's unfair labor practices

2002

Fall - Vol. 15, No. 1

Contents:

  • Lecturers strike across the state
  • UC's ultimatum to lecturers
  • Execs' stunning pay packages
  • A distinguished lecturer speaks out
  • New UC-AFT leadership,

Spring - Vol. 14, No. 2

Contents:

  • Shame at UC Davis
  • Governor intervenes in non-Senate faculty bargaining
  • Future of undergraduate education at UC Davis
  • Introduction to Unfair Labor Practices

2001

Winter - Vol. 14, No. 2

Contents:

  • Freeway Flyers Organize
  • Keeping an eye on UC
  • Librarians ratify contract
  • Lecturers still at the table
  • New UC-AFT organizers
  • Preserving freedom of information