Social and Labour History News
L’EHESS recrute 10 contractuels post-doctorants, à compter du 1er octobre 2019 pour une durée d'un an, pour une rémunération brute mensuelle de 2365 €.
Les 10 postes porteront sur les thématiques suivantes :
1- L’environnement en Asie orientale et septentrionale
2- Droit et catégories coloniales
3- Le tournant numérique dans les mobilités et l’aménagement urbain
4- Penser avec le droit : philosophie et sciences sociales
5- Enjeux sociaux et politiques de la santé
Two Postdoctoral positions and one Doctoral position (duration 3 years each)
Women’s labour activism in Eastern Europe and transnationally, from the age of empires to the late 20th century (Acronym: ZARAH, ERC Advanced Grant)
O Laboratório de Estudos da História dos Mundos do Trabalho está de casa nova.
Prezadas e prezados,
Temos a satisfação de anunciar o lançamento do novo website do Laboratório de Estudos de História dos Mundos do Trabalho (LEHMT): lehmt.org
Sono aperte le iscrizione alla seconda Scuola estiva SISLav, dedicata alla questione “Chi sono i lavoratori?” in un’ottica di lungo periodo. Per rispondere a questa domanda verranno approfonditi alcuni studi di caso di categorie lavorative dell’età antica, moderna e contemporanea, in ambito rurale, manifatturiero-industriale e dei servizi.
La scuola estiva SISLav è organizzata in collaborazione con l'Università di Perugia, dove si terranno le lezioni dal 27 al 30 agosto 2019.
Pembroke College, Cambridge, 7 September 2019
9.00-9.15: Opening Remarks (Christos Aliprantis, Cambridge)
9.15-10.15: Keynote Lecture: “After 1848: The European Revolution in Government” (Christopher Clark, Cambridge)
10.15-10.30: Response (Beatrice de Graaf, Utrecht)
10.30-11.00: Coffee break
CfP: Das Zeitalter der atlantischen Revolutionen – globale Perspektiven für den Geschichtsunterricht
London School of Economics. Old Building, Vera Anstey Room
Organized by Leibniz Institute for Contemporary History (Munich-Berlin) and Leibniz Institute für East and South East European Studies (Regensburg), in cooperation with the Institute for Social Movements (Bochum)
General Labour History of Africa. Workers, Employers and Governments, 20th-21st Centuries (Edited by Stefano Bellucci and Andreas Eckert)
General Labour History of Africa
Workers, Employers and Governments, 20th-21st Centuries
Conference Latin American Transitions: Processes of reconfiguration
17-19 October 2019
Coloquio de Estudios Latinoamericanos - Leipzig (CEL-LE)
The Graduate School of Global and Area Studies (Leipzig Universität)
Lehrstuhl für Vergleichende Geschichtswissenschaft/ Ibero-Amerikanische Geschichte (Leipzig Universität)
- 26 June 2019
- IISH, Cruquiusweg 31, 1010 AT, Amsterdam
- 3 p.m.
Atlantic slave labor was the cork that fueled the economy. IISH, Leiden University and VU University Amsterdam will present the figures on 26 June. This presentation will be held in Dutch.
The Spanish Civil War began on 17 July 1936, when a military coup, aided by Italian and German forces, attempted to overthrow Spain’s democratically elected government. Spanish Morocco fell under military control with little resistance, as did the Canary and Balearic Islands. On 18 July 1936, General Francisco Franco spoke on a radio broadcast from the Canary Islands, announcing the military takeover. On the mainland, however, the revolt faced stiff resistance, especially in the urban and industrialised centres.
Call for Papers: Comparative and Transnational Perspectives on Women's Cinema in the GDR and Poland 1945-1989
International Workshop: Leipzig, 14-16 November 2019
Socialist networks and the remaking of European international policy after 1945:
power, solidarity and normative regimes in transnational perspective
Institute of Commonwealth Studies, London
21-22 November 2019
With the support of the Institut universitaire de France
CfP: Digitised newspapers, a new Eldorado for historians? Epistemology, methodology, tools and the changing practice of history in the context of mass digitisation of newspapers
The large-scale digitisation of newspapers over the past decade has facilitated access to newspaper collections but also raised a series of issues for both libraries and users, and more specifically researchers: What does it mean to work in new ways with the traditional historical source that are newspapers? How does the formal transformation of this source from analogue, microfilm and paper collections to digital ones affect research practices and questions?
Tackling Coerced Labour Regimes in Asia: Towards a Comparative Model
Call for Papers
For a panel proposal ‘Tackling Coerced Labour Regimes in Asia: Towards a Comparative Model’ for the Sixth Conference of the European Network in Universal and Global History (ENIUGH) on 25-28 June 2020 in Turku, Finland.
Organizers: Kate Ekama (University of Stellenbosch) and Matthias van Rossum (International Institute of Social History)