Social and Labour History News
In Lyon, all the working groups of Worlds of Related Coercion in Work (WORCK) meet for the first time for conceptual and methodological exchange. The Working Group Leaders will present first ideas to the whole network and the working group members will start their collaborative work on joint publications and activities.
Edited volume "History in Africa": Digital Humanities and the Future of Chronicling the African Past
Cambridge University Press, African Studies Association (ASA)
The incoming editors of History in Africa are inaugurating thematic issues as part of a new feature highlighting how Africanists are engaging with key trends in history and methods.
Gender, power and disempowerment
XIII Nordic Women’s and Gender History Conference
19-21 August 2021 at Aarhus University
FORCED RELOCATIONS: CONCEPTUALIZATIONS, CASES AND DATA
11–12 May 2020, Bonn
The North American Labor History Conference, held annually since 1979, is holding its first biennial meeting October 15-17, 2020 on the theme of Labor and Democracy.
[ More information in English: https://aiph.hypotheses.org/ ]
L’Associazione Italiana di Public History convoca la quarta conferenza nazionale di public history dal 29 maggio al 2 giugno 2020, presso il Museo del ‘900 italiano M9 di Mestre. L’inaugurazione della conferenza si farà il Venerdì 29 maggio 2020 presso il Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici dell’Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia.
CfP: Refugees and historians. Local, national and transnational research on unexpected countries of refuge
Prague, June 24-25, 2020
Deutsches Historisches Institut Paris, 8 rue du Parc-Royal, 75003 Paris
CfP: Civil Wars and Postwars in the Contemporary Era, 1776-2020. A transnational and global approach
In the last years we are witnessing one of the most serious migratory crisis since the Second World War. Some of these migrants decide to leave their countries due to economic, political, social or climate motivations. Nonetheless, a significant part of them have in war, and more specifically in civil wars, their main reason to abandon their lives.
CfP: Art and Digital Capital. The Significance of Digital Practices at Universities of the Arts and Beyond
Call for Presentations
“Art and Digital Capital. The Significance of Digital Practices at Universities of the Arts and Beyond”
Interdisciplinary conference on 7-8 May 2020
Venue: Bern University of the Arts HKB
Deadline: 31 January 2020
L’AFHMT a décidé de lancer un prix de thèse afin de promouvoir les recherches en histoire des mondes du travail, tous territoires, périodes et approches confondus.
Vous en trouverez ci-dessous le règlement.
Les candidatures sont désormais ouvertes jusqu’au 1er mai 2020 minuit
PRIX DE THÈSE Rolande Trempé DE L’ASSOCIATION FRANÇAISE POUR L’HISTOIRE DES MONDES DU TRAVAIL
Senate House Library, in partnership with the Friends of Senate House Library, invites applications for a Visiting Research Fellowship of up to 3 months that makes use of the Library’s world-class collections. The funds available to the successful candidate are up to £10,000 for the stated period.
Marx Memorial Library Flood Appeal –
£50k for Lenin’s 150th birthday
Following the devastating flood in September 2019, help us
Restore, Protect and Transform Marx House
On 24 Sept MML suffered a devastating flood.
Problems with our flat roof and drainage system meant water gushed through our storerooms.
This has given impetus to an urgent programme of works to
Restore: undertake remedial work on the roof and drainage system
The Finnish Labour Studies Yearbook is published every November by The Institutions of Labour Heritage in Finland (the Finnish Labour Heritage Association/the Library of the Labour Movement, the Labour Archives, the People’s Archives, the Finnish Society for Labour History, the Finnish Labour Museum Werstas).
Dates: Saturday and Sunday, 15 and 16 February 2020
Venue: School of History, University of East Anglia, Norwich, NR4 7TJ, UK
Organised and hosted by UEA School of History in conjunction with the journal Socialist History and the Institute of Working Class History, Chicago.
CfP: Off the Radar: Periodical Print Media Outside Mainstream Culture, 1800–Today. Postgraduate conference in Comparative Literature and Culture
This interdisciplinary conference is dedicated to periodical print media (newspapers, magazines, zines) that thrive(d) outside the 'mainstream,' i.e. that are not backed by big publishers and/or geared towards a commercially defined majority in terms of taste, politics, and language.
El Centro de Estudios Históricos de los Trabajadores y las Izquierdas (CEHTI) y la revista Archivos de historia del movimiento obrero y la izquierda invitan a participar de las “III Jornadas internacionales de historia de los/as trabajadores/as y las izquierdas”, que se realizarán en la Universidad Nacional de Rosario entre el 4 y el 6 de noviembre de 2020.