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CfP: Activist and Political Autobiographies in the United States

Mon, 2021-12-06 09:32

Autobiographical narratives—whether published as autobiographies per se, memoirs, testimonies, diaries, or texts posted online on blogs, social media, or personal websites—are frequently used by activists and social movement actors, but also elected officials and political leaders as tools for constructing or reconstructing a “strategic identity” (Collovald 1988).

CfP: Socialist World Cultures

Mon, 2021-12-06 09:26

Socialist World Cultures 

University of California, Santa Cruz

May 26-27, 2022



The CeDlnCI has a new headquarters: Help us equip it

Mon, 2021-12-06 09:24

The Center for Documentation and Research on Left-Wing Culture: (, is an Argentine ONG dedicated to the preservation, conservation, cataloguing, study and dissemination of the political, social and cultural productions of the Latin American left, from its origins in the 19th century to the present day.

CfP: Beyond Moscow: Rethinking the international and transnational dimensions of the Soviet Republics

Mon, 2021-12-06 09:20

Thirty years after the Soviet collapse, it remains challenging to identify an international role for the USSR that goes beyond the patterns of the Cold War. Nor is it possible to clearly assess the complexity of a system where international politics, diplomacy and cooperation did not pass solely through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or the Central Committee in Moscow but included a range of peripheral actors far from the center.

CfP: Pandemics, Epidemics and Endemics in the History of Latin America, 16th to 20th Centuries

Mon, 2021-12-06 09:19

The journal HiSTOReLo at Universidad Nacional de Colombia invites national and international scholars to participate in issue number 34 (September-December of 2023) by submitting unpublished manuscripts in Spanish, English or Portuguese on dossier "Pandemics, epidemics and endemics in the history of Latin America, 16th to 20th centuries".

CfP: Unfreedom in the Premodern World: Comparative Perspectives on Slavery, Servitude & Captivity

Mon, 2021-12-06 09:16

The global history of slavery and dependency has flourished in recent years, as scholars have deployed new theories and methodologies to explore the varieties of unfreedom across a range of regions and societies. Studies of the premodern period have been part of this expansion, revealing nuanced analyses of how unfreedom intersected with gender roles, labour patterns, economic networks and religious values before the growth of the early modern trans-Atlantic slave trade.

CfP: Historia global del maoísmo en América Latina y el Caribe

Mon, 2021-12-06 09:13







Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas (Colombia)

Centro de Estudios de Historia Política, UNSAM (Argentina)

Instituto de Investigaciones Históricas, UMSNH (México)


Discussion autour de la réédition de Contre-pouvoir (1978) - Archives Contestataires

Mon, 2021-12-06 09:08

Le 13 décembre à 19h. au Bâtiment des Saules, dans le cadre de notre programme Culture-contre-culture, nous recevrons l'auteur Daniel de Roulet et l'historien Hadrien Buclin et l'éditeur Jean Richard pour une discussion autour de la réédition de Contre-pouvo


Thu, 2021-12-02 14:14


Produced by members of the European Labor History Network Working Group Workplaces: Pasts and Presents

CfP: Celebrating the 120th anniversary of Joan Violet Robinson: Her Lessons for Today

Tue, 2021-11-30 11:23

Guest Editors: Carolina Alves† and Jan Toporowski ‡  

Internal Editors: Sue Konzelmann and Alan Shipman

CfP: Critique du cinéma : cinéma et marxisme

Tue, 2021-11-30 11:20

Le colloque international « Critique du cinéma : cinéma et marxisme », dirigé par Valérie Vignaux et Sébastien Layerle clôt les recherches menées au sein de l’axe « cinéma » du programme RIN – Des critiques (2019-2022), soutenu par la Région Normandie.

CfP: Pouvoir social et frontières raciales (post)coloniales Mondes indiens, arabes et occidentaux en Afrique

Tue, 2021-11-30 11:16

Ce dossier s’intéresse à la présence ancienne et renouvelée de réseaux d’acteurs liés aux sous- continents indien, arabe, européen et nord-américain en Afrique. De par leur historicité et leurs spécificités, ces réseaux peuvent constituer des « analyseurs » des sociétés locales.

CfP: Producing Historiography in a Changing World

Tue, 2021-11-30 11:15

The scientific conference will treat the material and cultural practices of historians of the 20th and 21st century. More precisely, it will explore the following elements: The library of the historian as a research object; Visualisation and digital reconstruction, analogue/machine-based reading; Anthropology of historiographical work; National/European historiography.

The scientific conference will treat the material and cultural practices of historians. More precisely, it will explore the following elements:

CfP: Two-day online workshop: WWII in the Asia-Pacific: Border Crossing Mobilities

Mon, 2021-11-29 11:39

Two-day online workshop: WWII in the Asia-Pacific: Border Crossing Mobilities
Online workshop 18-19 July 2022

Call for Papers


CfP: Working Futures International Conference on “Past Futures of Work”

Sat, 2021-11-27 09:43

Working Futures
International Conference on “Past Futures of Work”
12-13 May 2022 Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin

Call for Papers - Deadline for submission: 22 January 2022

Workshop Theme

CfP: Communist Party of Brazil and the worlds of labour

Wed, 2021-11-24 15:31

Mundos do Trabalho announces a call for papers for the dossier PCB and the worlds of labour, edited by Edilene Toledo (Unifesp) and Paulo Fontes (UFRJ). The dossier will be published in volume 14 in 2022. Submit your original contribution in Portuguese, English, or Spanish. The deadline is May 1st, 2022.

New Blog - The Young Mining Historians’ Corner

Tue, 2021-11-23 16:47

European Labour History Network
Working Group Labour in Mining

Tags: ELHN

Engels Week - Working Class Movement Library

Tue, 2021-11-23 12:47

From 22 to 28 November 2021 the Working Class Movement Library invites everyone to an Engels Week. This aims to raise awareness of Friedrich Engels and his work, find out what he means to people and explore how his work is still relevant today – as well as to draw attention to resources available at the Library which everyone can come and use.  

MONDAY 22 November:

9.30am Why not mark the start of Engels Week by viewing a short film? It's