La question environnementale a rarement été au cœur des préoccupations des recherches en sciences sociales qui portent sur les organisations et les pratiques syndicales. Pourtant, de manière plus ou moins indirecte, toutes les chercheuses et tous les chercheurs qui se sont intéressés aux organisations syndicales ont pu observer des débats ou des pratiques qui présentent une dimension environnementale.
The International Association of Labour History Institutions is honoured to congratulate Memorial, which has just been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize 2022 together with human rights advocate Ales Bialiatski from Belarus, and the Ukrainian human rights organisation Center for Civil Liberties. Memorial is a human rights organisation founded in Moscow, Russia, in 1987, and a long-time member of our association.
European Labour History Network
Labour & Empire Working Group
Seminars will be at 4pm UK time/5pm Central European time on Zoom. They will last 1.30 hour, with up to 45 mins of presentation and 45 minutes of Q&A. Presenters will have the option to pre-circulate their papers at their will.Tags: ELHN
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Ever since the publication in 1976 of Perry Anderson’s Considerations on Western Marxism, the very notion of Western Marxism has been a reference point, a widely used categorization, and the object of intense debates and controversies. The idea that there is a particular version of ‘Western’ Marxism, opposed to both classical Marxism, but also to ‘Eastern’ Marxism, in the sense of the Marxist orthodoxy projected by the Soviet Union, was not, of course, Anderson’s in the first place.
Ce séminaire s’intéresse à l’histoire des individus et des mouvements collectifs qui se sont efforcés d’influencer l’opinion et les décisions publiques sur des questions sociales, politiques ou culturelles. L’objet du séminaire porte aussi bien sur des mouvements dits « conservateurs » que «progressistes», voire «révolutionnaires» ou «réactionnaires».
Appel à intentions d’articles pour la Revue d’histoire de la protection sociale
Global history is emerging as a significant perspective in contemporary history writing. This approach examines the transnational networks through which human societies emerge as interactive global communities. Its increasing relevance can be attributed to its explicit focus on transnational relations; transcending euro-centric dominance; and exploring interconnections between and among (but not limited to) regions, communities, and commodities across historical periods.
The Brazilian journal Esboços: histórias em contextos globais (ISSN 2175-7976) invites researchers to submit papers to the special issue “Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Brazilian Slavery in Global Perspective” organized by Clemente Gentil Penna, Marcelo Matheus, and Melina Teubner. The papers must be submitted through the journal’s electronic platform until December 30, 2022. The special issue will be published in v. 30 n. 54, 2023.
CfP: The Great Transition. Fighting back in Times of Global Crisis: Repoliticizing, Imagining, Achieving
Call for papers, actions, and workshops
The Great Transition, 18-21 May 2023
Organized by Alternatives and Historical Materialism
Fighting back in Times of Global Crisis: Repoliticizing, Imagining, Achieving
Edited by James Parisot (Assistant Professor, University of Texas, Rio Grande Valley) and Jeffrey D. Broxmeyer (Associate Professor, The University of Toledo)
Amsterdam, International Institute of Social History, 22-23 September 2023
Organizing committee: Pepijn Brandon, Niklas Frykman, Marcus Rediker, and Nandita Sharma
University of Bonn, 10-12 October 2022
The International Social History Association (ISHA), the Bonn Centre for Dependency and Slavery Studies (BCDSS), and the Cluster of Excellence “Contestations of the Liberal Script” convene the International Conference “Social History of Capitalism”. The conference will run fully virtually.
Archivos de historia
del movimiento obrero y la izquierda
anuncia la aparición de su número 21
https://www.archivosrevista.com.ar ISSN: 2313-9749 | ISSN en línea: 2683-9601
International Conference at Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies
Aarhus University, Denmark
From 14 to 16 June 2023
With keynote lectures by
Phoebe Moore (University of Essex) & Marcel van der Linden (University of Amsterdam)
The European Society for Environmental History welcomes submissions for the 2023 Tallinn Dissertation Prize in European Environmental History. The Dissertation Prize aims to support early career environmental history scholars based in Europe or those based outside Europe but whose work contributes to European environmental history.
Postgraduates are encouraged to submit articles for consideration for the 2023 Labour History Review essay prize to the editors of LHR. This annual prize awards £500 for the best essay, which will be published in the LHR.
The essay prize is open to anyone currently registered for a higher research degree, in Britain or abroad, or to anyone who completed such a degree no earlier than February 2020.
The deadline for entries is 31 March 2023.