The Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice at the University of Texas School of Law has created these bibliographies as part of a larger project on the relationship between inequality and human rights.
These bibliographies include primary and secondary texts that speak to the intersection of inequality and human rights, often conceptualizing the relationship between them in diverse ways.
This bibliography reflects the themes of, and includes work from speakers at, the 2021 Pop-Up Institute, “Beyond the Future of Work: New Paradigms for Addressing Global Inequality” (May 24-June 11, 2021).
This bibliography aims to operationalize the methods of racial capitalism, world-systems theory and distributional analysis through the lens of work and labor. It is a resource for scholars interested in the racialized and uneven landscape of precarious labor.