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CfP: Forced Migration: Exiles and Refugees in the UK and the British Empire, 1810s-1940s

Social and Labour History News - Mon, 2022-11-07 14:43

Forced migration of peoples was a common phenomenon in Europe and its peripheries throughout the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. From the Napoleonic Wars, revolutions, nationalism and imperialism, to the Great War, Communism and the rise of Fascism, this volume aims to fill a significant gap in historical knowledge of this important subject.

Numérisation des "Cahiers du Centre d'études et de recherches marxistes"

Social and Labour History News - Mon, 2022-11-07 14:38

Chères et chers collègues,

 

J'ai le plaisir de vous informer de la mise en ligne des "Cahiers du Centre d'études et de recherches marxistes" (ci-dessous un bref rappel historique sur ce centre) :

 

http://pandor.u-bourgogne.fr/archives-en-ligne/ead.html?id=FRMSH021_00058&c=FRMSH021_00058_e0000052&qid=;

 

Aucune collection intégrale n'existait jusqu'alors.

 

À bas la presse bourgeoise ! Deux siècles de critique anticapitaliste des médias

Social and Labour History News - Mon, 2022-11-07 14:32
 

La liberté de la presse a ceci de commun avec la République qu’elle est aujourd’hui défendue même par les forces politiques qui ont le plus férocement ferraillé contre elle dans un passé pas si lointain.

CfP: Imagining the 20th Century Resistance Fighter: Intersectional perspectives on anti-fascist movements and commemorations

Social and Labour History News - Mon, 2022-10-31 10:10
 

This is a call for articles for a special issue on biographies of resistance fighters in global anti-fascist movements and the resistance during the Second World War. Articles should explore both the life and legacy/commemoration of the subject, the movement they belonged to, and intersectionality.

CfP: Rethinking Print Culture, Media, Digital and Oral History as Archive, Evidence, and Method: From Africa to the World

Social and Labour History News - Mon, 2022-10-31 10:07

Hosted by Johns Hopkins University, and in collaboration with the Institute of African Studies at Carleton University and Wits Institute for Social and Economic Research (WiSER) at the University of the Witwatersrand, this event will bring together a dynamic group of senior graduate students and scholars, with an emphasis on emerging scholars, to re-examine and re-imagine the place of media in forging dynamic identities, communities, social structures, a

Régulations du travail et de la société (Angleterre, France et colonies, XVIIIe-XIXe siècles)

Social and Labour History News - Mon, 2022-10-31 09:34

Séminaire 2022-2023 :    

 

Anne Conchon (Paris 1), Vincent Milliot (Paris 8) et Philippe Minard (EHESS, Paris 8 et IUF).

 

le vendredi, de 16h. à 18h.               Annuel, en  quinzaine (sauf exceptions)

 

Lieu : ENS, 75005 Paris (RER Luxembourg)

bâtiment Jaurès, Salle Ferdinand Berthier (U207)

Attention : entrée du public entrée par le 24, rue Lhomond

 

Programme

 

- 18 novembre 2022 : Philippe Minard (IDHE.S, université Paris 8)

CfP: Trade unionism and changing world of work in Africa

Social and Labour History News - Tue, 2022-10-25 14:14

International conference, 9-10 March 2023, Condorcet Campus (Aubervilliers, France)

CfP: Reading Marx globally

Social and Labour History News - Mon, 2022-10-24 14:48

Proposed seminar "Reading Marx globally" at the annual meeting of the American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA), March 16-19, 2023 in Chicago, IL

Intellectual Histories of the Global

Social and Labour History News - Mon, 2022-10-24 14:39

Join us in person at the GHI London or online via Zoom for our Autumn Lecture Series on "Intellectual Histories of the Global".

Working-Class Anti-Imperialism and the Global Left: New Directions of Study

Social and Labour History News - Mon, 2022-10-24 11:10

European Labour History Network Labour & Empire Working Group

Working-Class Anti-Imperialism and the Global Left: New Directions of Study

University of Bristol, 30 June 2023

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Produire la différenciation sociale : travail, savoirs et appartenances dans les villes d’Ancien Régime (Europe-Amériques)

Social and Labour History News - Mon, 2022-10-24 10:11

Nicolas Lyon-Caen, IHMC-CNRS

Corine Maitte, Université Gustave Eiffel

Mathieu Marraud, CRH-CNRS

Jean-Paul Zuñiga, CRH-EHESS

1er et 3ème vendredi du mois, 16h30-18h30, Campus Condorcet, EHESS, Salle 25A (Cours des humanités 93300 Aubervilliers), à partir du 18 novembre

 

  1. 18 novembre : Nicolas Lyon-Caen, Mathieu Marraud, Jean-Paul Zuniga, Introduction générale

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CfP: Africa and the Environment Archives and Data in the Climate Emergency

Social and Labour History News - Thu, 2022-10-20 11:39

SCOLMA: the UK Libraries and Archives Group on Africa

Africa and the Environment

Archives and Data in the Climate Emergency

23 June 2023

A one-day conference at SOAS, London and online

 

CALL FOR PAPERS

Da una guerra alle altre. Fascismo e nazionalismo nella storia d'Italia

Social and Labour History News - Wed, 2022-10-19 13:29

Convegno di studi organizzato dalla Fondazione Gramsci con il sostegno del Ministero della Cultura.

9 novembre 1932. Répression meurtrière d'une manifestation ouvrière à Genève.

Social and Labour History News - Wed, 2022-10-19 13:26
9 novembre 1932. Répression meurtrière d'une manifestation ouvrière à Genève.

 

Parlamentarismo e antiparlamentarismo nell'Europa del Novecento

Social and Labour History News - Wed, 2022-10-19 13:17

Il Comitato Nazionale per le celebrazioni del centenario della morte di Giacomo Matteotti in collaborazione con l’Università degli Studi Suor Orsola Benincasa di Napoli, la Fondazione Terzo Pilastro Internazionale la Fondazione Giacomo Matteotti – ETS e
la Fondazione di Studi Storici Filippo Turati ETS organizza il Convegno sul tema

Parlamentarismo e antiparlamentarismo nell'Europa del Novecento

CfP: Historical Materialism Special Issue: Palestine/Israel and the Critique of Capitalism

Social and Labour History News - Sun, 2022-10-16 19:39
  Send 300 word abstracts: hmpalestineisraelissue@gmail.com. Abstract Deadline: December 1stFull Submission Deadline: 23rd March In the introduction to his recent book, Kareem Rabie observes that “in Palestine, [capitalist] planning is in large part a form of speculation that implies a future and a day after the occupation; yet, it does not attempt to bring that day forward” (Rab

CfP: How Global was the Age of Revolutions?

Social and Labour History News - Sun, 2022-10-16 19:28
 

The Age of Revolutions is expanding. What was once conceived primarily in terms of the relationship between events in British North America and France in the last quarter of the eighteenth century now commonly encompasses both an extended temporal span and an increasing area of the globe’s surface. Revolution in the Caribbean has become central to revised Atlantic and imperial frameworks.

Women’s transnational activism in the Twentieth Century: framing the Chinese case in a global perspective

Social and Labour History News - Thu, 2022-10-13 13:49

Ph.D. Program in “Transcultural Studies on Eurasia and North Africa”

Women’s transnational activism in the Twentieth Century: framing the Chinese case in a global perspective

Friday October 21st 2022, 10.30-16.30, Aula A- Palazzo Vendramin ai Carmini, Dorsoduro 3462, Venice (Italy)

Hybrid conference, online link

See attached PDF for more details.

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CfP: The Ottoman Empire, Its Minoritized Voices, and the Global South

Social and Labour History News - Mon, 2022-10-10 09:56
We welcome paper proposals for the following seminar at the ACLA 2023 Annual Meeting in Chicago (March 16-19):

 

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