1. Christenson, Arlen. “Collective Bargaining at the University: The University of Wisconsin and the Teaching Assistants Association”. Wisconsin Law Review. 1971; 211 ???
  2. Craig, Judith S. “Graduate Student Unionism: The Teaching Assistants Association at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1970-1980”; 1986.

    Notes: Ph.D. thesis, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1986. 526 p. Discusses the bargaining history between the University of Wisconsin-Madison and American Federation of Teachers/Wisconsin Federation of Teachers Local 3220, the Teaching Assistants’ Association (TAA), University of Wisconsin-Madison, the first successful union of graduate teaching assistants in the country; topics covered include the factors influencing the formation of the TAA; the TAA’s negotiation of its first contract in 1970; the various political and organizational forces within the university community affecting the relationship between the university and the TAA; the unsuccessful strike by the TAA in 1980; and, the university’s termination shortly thereafter of any collective bargaining relationship with the TAA. It needs to be noted that the author of this dissertation was a member of management’s bargaining team for the 1980 contract negotiations discussed in the work. For a fuller abstract, see Dissertation Abstracts International, 1987 48(12):14-A.

  3. Czitrom, Daniel. “Reeling in the Years: Looking Back on the TAA”. IN: Nelson, Cary, ed. Will Teach for Food: Academic Labor in Crisis . Minneapolis, Minn.: University of Minnesota Press; 1997; p. ???
  4. Feinsinger, Nathan P. and Roe, Eleanore P. “The University of Wisconsin, Madison Campus–TAA Dispute of 1969-1970”. Wisconsin Law Review. 1971; 233-234 ???
  5. Fink, Leon. “A Memoir of Selig Perlman and His Life at the University of Wisconsin: Based on an Interview of Mark Perlman, conducted and edited by Leon Fink”. Labor History. 1991; 32(4):503-525.
    Notes: Selig Perlman, one of the key members of the Wisconsin School of labor historians, is here recalled by his son, Mark Perlman, himself a professor of economics at the University of Pittsburgh; the author conducted this interview on January 29, 1989.
  6. Hamilton, Andrew. “Teaching Assistants’ Strike Ends in Contract Signing”. Science. 1970; 168(3929):346 ???
  7. Kroening, Henry Fred. “Nonacademic Employee Unionism at the University of Wisconsin”; 1952. Notes: Ph.D. thesis, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1952. 400 p.
  8. Sherman, Frederick E. and Loeffler, David. “Universities, Unions, and the Rule of Law: The Teaching Assistants Association at Wisconsin”. Wisconsin Law Review. 1971; 199-201 ???
  9. Van Ells, Mark D. “More Than a Union: The Teaching Assistants Association and Its 1970 Strike Against the University of Wisconsin”. Michigan Historical Review. 1999 Spring; 25(1):[103]-124.
  10. Van Ells, Mark David. “‘Twenty Years of Schooling and They Put You on the Day Shift’: Student Worker Labor Organizing at the University of Wisconsin, 1966-1972”; 1992.
    Notes: M.A. thesis, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1992. 119 p.