a tale of working at yale

The Players— Good Guys, and Bad

Names Referred to in the Documents and Explanations

Abbreviations

C&T
— Clerical and Technical, Yale's designation for non-exempt staff employees, reprented by Local 34 and covered by the Labor Agreement (or "contract")
HS
— Heather Salome
ISPS
— Institution for Social and Policy Studies
LAS
— Latin American Studies, or, Council on Latin American Studies
M&P
— Managerial and Professional, Yale's designation for exempt, salaried staff employees
NEH
— National Endowment for the Humanities
SEAS
— Southeast Asia Studies, or, Counciil on Southeast Asia Studies
WES
— West European Studies, or, Council on West European Studies
YCIAS
— Yale Center for International and Area Studies

People Mentioned

Achim, A. Miruna
— Ph.D. candidate in Spanish; part-time administrative specialist for LAS since July 1995 (hired and supervised by HS)
Amith, Jonathan
— Ph.D. candidate in Anthropology; part-time administrative specialist for LAS, August-October 1995 (hired and supervised by HS)
Bachelor, Steven J.
— Ph.D. candidate in history; administrative specialist for LAS since September 1994 (hired and supervised by HS)
Boyle, Michael
— chief steward, negotiator for Local 34
Buiter, Willem H.
— former Trippe Professor of International Economics, chairman of West European Studies, 1989-91 (supervisor of HS; resigned prematurely; later resigned from Yale to teach in London)
Calonico, Claire
— representative (former?) at Labor Relations (Department of Human Resources)
Cameron, David R.
— Professor of Political Science, chairman of West European Studies, 1983-85, 1993 to present (supervisor of HS)
Cullen, Dolores
— manager, Classification and Compensation section of the Department of Human Resources
da Costa, Emilia V.
— Professor of History, chairman of Latin American Studies (LAS), 1992-93
Duncan, Amy C.
— Yale undergraduate ('96); part-time program assistant for LAS since September 1994 (hired and supervised by HS)
Errington, Joseph
— Professor of Anthropology; acting chairman of Southeast Asia Studies, 1994-95
Evans, Alexander
— graduate student in Forestry and Environmental Studies; part-time administrative specialist for LAS since August 1995 (hired and supervised by HS)
Foltz, William
— Professor of Political Science, director of the YCIAS, 1983-89; acting director of YCIAS 1992-93
Harms, Robert
— Professor of History, former chairman of African Studies
Hughes, James
— Yale Police officer
Jackson, K. David
— Professor of Portuguese (Department of Spanish and Portuguese), acting chairman of LAS, fall 1995 (supervisor of HS during fall 1995, along with Gilbert Joseph)
Joseph, Gilbert M.
— Professor of History, chairman of LAS, 1993-96, and director of the larger Latin American Studies program and of one of the fall term's major projects, an NEH-sponsored conference; husband of Patricia Pessar (supervisor of HS)
Kimbro, Beverly
— business manager of the YCIAS (with title assistant director), since June 1992; formerly business manager of Political Science department
Ko, Albert
— Yale undergraduate ('98); part-time program assistant for LAS since September 1995 (hired and supervised by HS)
Levin, Richard C.
— President of the University since summer, 1993; Dean of the Graduate School, 1992-93
Lichten, Susan L.
— former business manager of the YCIAS; retired June 1992
Mansfield, M. Kay
— Editor for Southeast Asia Studies and Administrative Associate for the Agrarian Studies Program
Mathews, D. Patricia
— Ph.D. candidate in Anthropology; part-time administrative specialist for LAS since June 1995 (hired and supervised by HS)
McCord, Arline
— Associate Provost of the University
Merriman, John M.
— Professor of History, associate chairman of West European Studies, 1977-78, chairman, 1978-83 (supervisor of HS)
Meyerhoffer, Lisa
— representative at Classification and Compensation (Department of Human Reources)
Meyerson, Catherine
— steward for Local 34
Mooseker, Kris
— Administrative Associate for Southeast Asia Studies
Novack, Raymond
— director of administrative affairs, Provost's office
Parker, William N.
— Bartlett Professor of Economic History, emeritus; chairman of West European Studies, 1975-78, 1985-89; director of Mellon-West European Studies Project, 1987-93 (supervisor of HS)
Peck, Merton J. (Joe)
— Professor of Economics, interim chairman of West European Studies, 1991-92 (supervisor of HS; declined to continue for a full year)
Pessar, Patricia
— Associate Professor (Adjunct) of American Studies and Anthropology; director of Migration conference (one of major fall projects of LAS); wife of Gilbert Joseph
Rodin, Judith
— former Provost of the University (no longer at Yale)
Rossetti, Kathleen
— formerly a secretary at the YCIAS, later promoted to the M&P position public affairs coordinator within the directorate
Ruther, Nancy
— associate director of the YCIAS, since 1988
Scott, James C.
— Professor of Political Science; chairman of Southeast Asia Studies; director of the Program in Agrarian Studies
Sielaff, Carol
— representative at Classification and Compensation (Department of Human Reources)
Smith, Gaddis
— Professor of History, director of the YCIAS, 1989-95
Smith, Laura
— President of Local 34, assigned as HS's steward since summer 1995
Suzuki, Ken
— a Local 34 representative
Turner, Frank
— Professor of History; former Provost of the University
Turner, Henry
— Professor of History; chairman of West European Studies, 1992-93 (supervisor of HS; resigned prematurely)

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