Stanley Aronowitz is Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Urban Education at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, USA, where he has taught since 1983. He is also Director of the Center for the Study of Culture, Technology, and Work at the Graduate Center. He studies labor, social movements, science and technology, education, social theory, and cultural studies. He is the author of twenty-five books, including The Death and Life of American Labor: Toward a New Worker's Movement (2014); Taking It Big: C. Wright Mills and the Making of Political Intellectuals (2012); Against Schooling: For an Education that Matters (2008); Left Turn: Forging a New Political Future (2006); and How Class Works (2003). Michael James Roberts is Associate Professor of Sociology at San Diego State University, USA, where he teaches courses on social and cultural theory, the history of the American labor movement, race/class intersectionality, mass media, and popular culture. He is the author of Tell Tchaikovsky the News (2014), which was nominated for the annual Mary Douglas Prize for Best Book by the American Sociological Association's section on culture. His work has also been published in the journals Race & Class, Rethinking Marxism, Mobilization, Popular Music, and The Sociological Quarterly.