Social and Labour History News
Guest Editor: Malinda Maynor Lowery (Emory University)
Southern Cultures, the award-winning, peer-reviewed quarterly from UNC’s Center for the Study of the American South, encourages submissions from scholars, writers, and artists for a special issue, Inheritance, to be published Fall 2022. We will accept submissions for this issue through October 18, 2021, at https://southerncultures.submittable.com/Submit.
CfP: GLOBAL LABOR: Evolving Responses to the Challenge of International Frontiers- Spatial Reconfigurations and Social Transformations
IEA SAINT-LOUIS DU SENEGAL
Global Labor History Network
2022 Conference in Saint-Louis, Senegal
GLOBAL LABOR: Evolving Responses to the Challenge of International Frontiers - Spatial Reconfigurations and Social Transformations
Host Institution: Institut d’études avancées (IEA), Saint-Louis, Senegal
Provisional Schedule: 06 – 12 March 2022
Deadline for proposals: abstract by 1 December 2021, full proposal 15 February 2022
CALL FOR PAPERSTags: ELHNGLHN
The BHC Doctoral Colloquium in Business History will be held on April 6th and 7th, 2022. We are strongly hoping to meet in Mexico, but because of the pandemic, it remains possible that this prestigious workshop for Ph.D. students could be held remotely via Zoom. Therefore, until the last moment, and depending on variants and cases in Mexico, we will keep the possibility of moving to a full online DC by February 2022 (TBC). We will also schedule a few professional development sessions at different times, which will be held remotely.
We are organising a themed stream of papers/panels called The digitalisation of work, the gig economy and migrant labour for the International Labour Process Conference (ILPC) to be held in Padua, Italy 21st - 23rd April 2022.
Amsab-International Institute of Social History
in association with
ITH-International Conference of Labour and Social History
CALL FOR PAPERS
The Maritime World in Legal History
A major stream of the Third Legal Histories of Empire Conference to be held at Maynooth University, Ireland, 30 June-2 July 2022 will focus on the maritime world of connections, places, laws and people moving within and between empires across the globe.
The John Rylands Research Institute welcomes applications to The Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship scheme for research projects from any discipline that are linked to the world-class Special Collections of the University of Manchester Library. Early Career Fellowships are tenable on a full-time basis for a period of three years, and offer exceptional career development opportunities for those who are at a relatively early stage of their academic careers, but who have a proven track record of research.
CfP: Knowing Your Enemy, Reporting on Conflicts. War, Intelligence and Information from Antiquity to the Present Day
[For French, see here: https://calenda.org/912650 and PDF attachment]
Third International Student Colloquium in Military History
Call for Papers
Knowing Your Enemy, Reporting on Conflicts: War, Intelligence and Information from Antiquity to the Present Day
Montreal, October 24-25, 2022
CfP: Digital Public History in East Central and South-Eastern Europe: What remains after the Pandemic?
Public history relies essentially on the public – the viewers, spectators, the audience and their presence in designated premises, on guided tours, or open-air tribunes. For the past 16 months the public’s access to museums, exhibitions, commemorative events and other historical representations or performances was limited due to the Covid-19 restrictions, and in some cases, it still is.
Workshop at the Centre for Advanced Studies “Multiple Secularities – Beyond the West, Beyond Modernities” at Leipzig University, in conjunction with the working group “Africa” of the German Association for the Study of Religion (DVRW).
Table-ronde Archives sonores des radios libres: une source pour l'histoire des mouvements sociaux? Mercredi 27 octobre 2021 à 19h. Réservation: email@example.com
CfP: Special Stream 1: Mediating migrant labour: Labour intermediaries, insecure work and social reproduction in the EU and beyond
Special Stream 1: Mediating migrant labour: Labour intermediaries, insecure work and social reproduction in the EU and beyond
World History Connected, a 15-year old affiliate of the World History Association published by the University of Illinois Press, is seeking papers on “Anti-Imperialism in World History: Sources and Approaches,” which will be guest edited by Michele Louro (Salem State University) and Carolien Stolte (Leiden University).
Numerous 19th-century socialist militants and theoreticians have in their biographies the vital experience of emigration. Indeed, it was a time when hundreds of revolutionaries, outlaws, workers, students, and others, crossed geographical and linguistic borders, taking part in intellectual exchanges and transnational political practices.
Reports about global criminal networks taking over clandestine routes have stoked fears about irregular migration becoming a breeding ground for transnational crime, such as human trafficking, human smuggling, and drug trafficking. Research on the topic has mushroomed over the last decade, but the actual interaction between these crimes and irregular migration remains under-explored and under-theorised.
Coercion in work is a universal human experience that can be found in manifold forms of labour relations, both contemporary and historical. The analysis of coercive mechanisms in labour relations draws on various disciplinary approaches, mediums and tools.
mercredi 29 septembre 202119h00-22h30
Salle de conférence du Commun
Bâtiment d'art contemporain, Rue des Bains 28, 1205 Genève
Que peuvent nous dire les archives ? Comment des artistes contemporain·e·s s’appuient-elles et ils sur des documents du passé pour produire des œuvres aujourd’hui, mettre au travail la mémoire, redonner de la visibilité à des luttes et parfois mobiliser à nouveau ? Dans quels buts ?
In occasione del centenario della nascita di Leonardo Sciascia la Fondazione Gramsci Emilia-Romagna promuove un ciclo di dialoghi volto a indagare, a partire da alcune prospettive tematiche specifiche, la poliedricità dello scrittore e dell’intellettuale siciliano, il ruolo da questi giocato all’interno del dibattito culturale e politico a lui coevo e la viva essenzialità della sua opera per comprendere la complessità della nostra storia e del nostro presente, le loro mistificazioni e verità taciute.