Social and Labour History News
H-Maps is an international digital forum in the historical study of the making, circulation, use and preservation of maps from the ancient to the contemporary period. Because of its international nature, H-Maps welcomes contributions in world languages, including (but not limited to) English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, and German. Abstracts in one of these languages is requested for posts submitted in a language not spoken by list editors.
Fish canning industry and its legacies in the Adriatic: From labor history to post-socialist heritage-making
Lecture presented by Professor Tanja Petrović (Ljubljana)
FISH CANNING INDUSTRY AND ITS LEGACIES IN THE ADRIATIC
From labor history to post-socialist heritage-making
Time: Tuesday 29 October, 15:30 - 17:00 (drinks after)
Place: Meertens Instituut, Amsterdam
Spinhuis room 218
Historians and interdisciplinary scholars of social movements, feminisms, and the Global South – broadly defined – are invited to submit an abstract to the upcoming conference, "Womandla! Feminism and Social Movements in the Global South."
Lunch Lecture by IIAS fellow Ole Laursen from New York University, London (NYU London).
Lunch is provided; registration is required.
56th ITH Conference
Capital, Migration and the Left
Linz/Upper Austria, 24-26 September 2020
Conference languages: German / English
Los editores del exilio republicano de 1939 en América
Tesoros de bibliotecas=Thesauri Bibliothecarum
#DíaDeLaBiblioteca (24 de octubre de 2019)
Assemblée générale de l’AFHMT: La contrainte au travail, le travail de la contrainte : perspectives historiques
Assemblée générale de l’AFHMT, 30 novembre 2019
Amphi Dupuis, rue Malher, Paris
La contrainte au travail, le travail de la contrainte : perspectives historiques
Clio. Femme, Genre, Histoire n°49 (printemps 2019)
Travail de care
Responsables du numéro
Anne HUGON, Clyde PLUMAUZILLE & Mathilde ROSSIGNEUX-MÉHEUST
CfP: Colonial and Postcolonial Print Mobilities: Black Periodicals and Local Publications, 1880-present
The Gender and Diversity Journal, a feminist and queer review from the northeastern region of Brazil, invites everyone to submit articles, essays, interviews, field journals, reports and other texts for the special issue entitled "#MariellePresente: Transnational Resistances". The texts must describe and analyze the transnational responses following the assassination of the Brazilian Marielle Franco. She was a black woman from the favela, political activist, feminist and lesbian. She was murdered at the corner of a street in Rio de Janeiro in March 2018.
Le présent colloque cherchera à interroger les différentes facettes et les différentes implications de l'amitié durant la Révolution française, dans une optique pluridisciplinaire (histoire, histoire de l'art, littérature, philosophie...) : quelles sont les conceptions et les fonctions de l'amitié proposées par la Révolution ? Quels sont les lieux et les cadres de l'amitié en Révolution ? Quelle est la place de l'amitié dans les engagements et les fidélités politiques ?
Long-distance business and cross-continental commerce have by nature of their transactional cost required capital investment and logistical forethought that outstripped those of more localized trade, often the model for our understanding of trade relations.
Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Lentzeallee 94, 14195 Berlin
The Department of History seeks to appoint a Lecturer in Modern History, with research and teaching interests in 19th and 20th century European (non-UK) History. We welcome applications involving interdisciplinary approaches and novel methodologies, with a preference for applicants working on one or more of the following: gender history; environmental history; the histories of European Empires in Asia, Africa, South America and the Caribbean; transnational histories.
Sixth European Congress on World and Global History
Minorities, Cultures of Integration and Patterns of Exclusion
Turku, 25—28 June 2020
Following an excellent response to our earlier Call for Panels we now cordially invite proposals for individual papers.