Friedland, William H(erbert)

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FRIEDLAND, William H(erbert)

FRIEDLAND, William H(erbert). American, b. 1923. Genres: Agriculture/Forestry, Food and Wine, Industrial relations. Career: Professor Emeritus of Community Studies and Sociology, University of California, Santa Cruz (Professor from 1969). Assistant Professor, and Associate Professor, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 1961-69. Publications: Unions and Industrial Relations in Underdeveloped Countries, 1963; Vuta Kamba: The Development of Trade Unions in Tanganyika, 1969; (with I.L. Horowitz) The Knowledge Factory, 1970; (with D. Nelkin) Migrant: Agriculture America's Northeast, 1971; (with A. Barton and R. Thomas) Manufacturing Green Gold: Capital, Labor, and Technology in the Lettuce Industry, 1981; Revolutionary Theory, 1982. EDITOR: (with C.G. Rosberg) African Socialism, 1964; (with F. Buttel, L. Busch, & A. Rudy) Toward a New Political Economy of Agriculture, 1991; (with A. Bonnano, L. Busch, L. Gouveia, and E. Mingione) From Columbus to Conagra: The Globalization of Agriculture and Food, 1994. Address: College Eight, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA 95064, U.S.A.

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