Social and Labour History News
Los países de América Latina y el Caribe aún enfrentan múltiples desafíos para superar las desigualdades de género. Éstas siguen constituyendo un grave obstáculo para la construcción de sociedades más justas y democráticas, con más derechos y reconocimientos.
Università degli Studi di Milano - Dipartimento di Studi Storici
IN COLLABORAZIONE CON
Fondazione di Studi storici “Filippo Turati”
Donne e politica tra Ottocento e Novecento
Giovedì 12 novembre 2020
Maurizio Degl’Innocenti (Fondazione di Studi storici “Filippo Turati”)
Amedeo La Mattina (“La Stampa”)
Maria Chiara Mattesini (Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata)
Michela Minesso (Università degli Studi di Milano)
Laura Mitarotondo (Università degli Studi di Bari)
Labor in State-Socialist Europe, 1945-1989: Contributions to a History of Work, edited by Marsha Siefert
Labor regimes under communism in East-Central Europe were complex, shifting, and ambiguous. This collection of sixteen essays offers new conceptual and empirical ways to understand their history from the end of World War II to 1989, and to think about how their experiences relate to debates about labor history, both European and global.
CfP: 56th ITH Conference Migration Worldwide: Left-wing Strategies, Migrant Actors and Capitalist Interests from the Sixteenth Century to the Present
Linz/Upper Austria, 23-25 September 2021
Conference languages: German / English
Supervisory team: Dr John Slight (The Open University) and Lucy McCann (Bodleian Libraries)
Applications are invited for an Open-Oxford-Cambridge AHRC DTP-funded Collaborative Doctoral Award at The Open University, in partnership with the Bodleian Libraries, Oxford.
Nel difficile contesto attuale la SISLav promuove momenti di riflessione su tema della salute sul posto di lavoro. Tra queste segnaliamo il convegno di studi dedicato a La medicina del lavoro nel XX secolo.
During the eighteenth century, a revolutionary new ‘Welsh process’ of efficiently smelting copper led to Swansea becoming the epicentre of the global copper industry. Indeed, between the 1770s and the 1840s, the Swansea district routinely produced one-third of the world’s smelted copper and occasionally exceeded this proportion. It’s this incredible transnational history that has provoked a ground-breaking new study from Chris Evans and Louise Miskell.
Fellowships are available for early career academics to develop an application for an externally funded postdoctoral fellowship (for example, through the British Academy or Wellcome Trust) to undertake a future research project using the Special Collections held in the University of Manchester Library. The purpose of the awards is to allow academics unfamiliar with either archival research or the rich holdings of The University of Manchester’s Special Collections the opportunity to identify areas of particular research promise.
Im Zentrum dieser interdisziplinäre Tagung stehen aktuelle sozial- und geschichtswissenschaftliche Forschungen zu Arbeitsmigration und der ökonomischen Integration von Zugewanderten.
terça, 24 nov
CfP: Special issue on conditions of employment and labor regulation in supply chains – evidence-based and pro-worker perspectives
JOURNAL OF LABOR AND SOCIETY
For a better and deeper understanding of the interdependent recent history of (the center of) Europe, the International Visegrad Fund offers 15 research fellowship grants annually in the Vera and Donald Blinken Open Society Archives at Central European University, Budapest on a competitive basis to support scholars who wish to conduct research in the holdings of OSA, and whose current research projects are relevant to the holdings and the given research priorities of the Fund and OSA.
We are pleased to invite you to the international conference entitled “From Cooperativism to Commoning. Historical and Contemporary Forms of the Institutions of the Common” which will take place online on November 19th and 20th, 2020. The conference will be held on the Zoom platform.
The conference is organized by the Institute of Applied Social Sciences, University of Warsaw and Institute of Rural and Agricultural Development, Polish Academy of Sciences.
A Special Issue of International Labor and Working-Class History
Talitha L. LeFlouria and Vivien M. L. Miller, editors
CALL FOR PAPERS
The third edition of the winter school goes digital. It will provide a forum for educators who want to exchange ideas on methods and teaching practices on the topic of Nazi forced labor and its memory in postwar Europe from a transnational perspective. The winter school will also focus on how educators can use the documents archived at the Arolsen Archives, which comprise among others multi-million page collections of records on forced labor, including the situation of Displaced Persons after liberation.
“Racism in History and Context” is a Virtual Panel Series presented by the German Historical Association, the German Historical Institute Washington and its Pacific Regional Office, and the Institute of European Studies at University of California, Berkeley.
A discussion with Manuela Boatcă (University of Freiburg), Teresa Koloma Beck (Bundeswehr University Munich), Monica Muñoz Martinez (University of Texas, Austin), and Kathryn Olivarius (Stanford University)
Moderated by Elisabeth Engel (GHI Washington) and Leti Volpp (University of California, Berkeley)
Speaker: Graham Taylor
Socialist History Society
Public Zoom Meeting
Saturday 7th November 2020 at 2pm