GHI West, the Pacific Regional Office of the German Historical Institute Washington DC invites proposals for papers to be presented at the 3rd Bucerius Young Scholars Forum to be held at UC Berkeley, October 21-23, 2019. We seek proposals from post-doctoral scholars, recent PhDs, as well as those in the final stages of their dissertations with a background in history and/or related fields.
Almost thirty years have passed since Maria Luddy, Margaret MacCurtain and Mary O’Dowd issued their agenda for Irish women’s history. Highlighting the paucity of research on women's lives, the agenda identified the family as a potential avenue of fruitful research.
Centre for Migration and Diaspora Studies (SOAS) Seminar Series
Transnational Labour Regimes, Migrant Labour and the Changing Territoriality of Korean Development
Professor Dae-Oup Chang (Sogang University, Korea)
Wednesday 9th January, 5:15pm, Room G3 (Main Building) (SOAS)
East End Suffragettes: the photographs of Norah Smyth
8 January - 9 February 2019
Tues-Sat: 11.00-18.00 daily. Admission free.
Call for Papers: Organizing against the Tide: Alternative Economies and Gendered Labor
We are pleased to invite submissions for the ninth issue of Kohl: a Journal for Body and Gender Research, slated for publication in June 2019. Young activists, independent researchers, graduate students and fresh graduates are particularly encouraged to apply. We also welcome submissions from seminal contributors in the field.
2019 will mark the 100th anniversary of the introduction of universal suffrage in Luxembourg. On this occasion, the Chamber of Deputies and the National Museum of History and Art (MNHA) will organise a major exhibition on the historical background, the establishment of universal suffrage in 1919 and the consequences of the democratisation process of Luxembourg’s society. The exhibition will run at the MNHA from the 26th September 2019 until the 6th September 2020. A number of publications, conferences as well as educational activities are planned.
45th Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association
Chicago, Illinois, November 21-24 2019
Submission Deadline: February 16, 2019
“Data and its Discontents”
The 2019 Program Committee seeks individual paper and panel proposals on all aspects of social science history. We are especially interested in research that interrogates the many forms of quantitative and qualitative historical data. In particular, we seek papers that address core questions about historical data:
Cinema has played a pivotal role in recounting, reinventing, and depicting the world we live in. Most major historical events have been represented in cinema, from the world wars to the fall of the Berlin Wall, while several others have been left invisible in the filmic archive.
The Canadian Committee on Labour History (CCLH) Article Prize is awarded annually for the best article, published in a journal or book, that contributes to our understanding of the history of labour, work and society in Canada. The article may be published in English or French.
CfP: Les gauches révolutionnaires en Afrique subsaharienne (années 1960-70), une histoire politique et sociale à écrire
Appel à contributions : Les gauches révolutionnaires en Afrique subsaharienne (années 1960-70), une histoire politique et sociale à écrire ...
Modalités de soumission et calendrier :
Les contributeurs sont invités à soumettre leur proposition sous la forme d'un résumé (en anglais ou en français) d'une longueur n'excédant pas 5 000 signes envoyés à l'adresse email suivante : email@example.com au plus tard le 1er mars 2019.
Ce colloque a pour ambition d’éclaircir le rôle de la parole féminine dans cette conceptualisation de « la figure de la femme comme protagoniste de la migration, actrice économique, actrice sociale et du développement ». Autrement dit, nous nous demanderons ce que nous dit sa parole de son parcours féminin.
The American Antiquarian Society (AAS) is the leading archive in the United States for research in pre-twentieth-century U.S. history, literature, and culture. In addition to unsurpassed resources focused on the history and culture of the United States, AAS holds rich collections of materials dealing with Canada, Latin America, and the Caribbean. AAS collections focus on all aspects of American life from contact to 1876, and provide rich source material for projects across the spectrum of early American studies.
JOURNEE D'ETUDES DES DOCTORANT.E.S DE L’AFHMT
- LA CRISE DU TRAVAIL, LE TRAVAIL EN CRISE(S) –
La journée d’études aura lieu le samedi 6 avril 2019 au Centre Malher de l’Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, 9 rue Malher 75004 Paris.
Journées d’études 27-28 juin, Rome
Association Française d’Histoire des Mondes du Travail- SocietàItaliana di Storia del LAVoro
What Is Work? Gender at the Crossroads of Home, Family, and Business from the Early Modern Era to the Present
WHAT IS WORK?
Gender at the Crossroads of Home, Family, and Business from the Early Modern Era to the Present
Edited by Raffaella Sarti, Anna Bellavitis, and Manuela Martini
398 pages, 10 illus., bibliog., index
ISBN 978-1-78533-911-0 $130.00/£92.00 Hb Published (September 2018)
eISBN 978-1-78533-912-7 eBook
Always impressive to see parts of our beautiful collection. How nice that we can occasionally share this and loan material for beautiful exhibitions.
Stefano Bellucci and Andreas Admasie, our Collection Development staff members for Africa, have been setting up several digitization projects to safeguard and make accessible archives containing rich source material on the history of work, workers and labour relations. In November 2018 we visited projects in Addis Ababa (Ethiopia), Dire Dawa (Ethiopia) and Kitwe (Zambia). In each case we are closely cooperating with local universities and societal partners. Jointly, we try to improve the inventorization and the storage conditions before digitizing.
Op 31 januari vindt de halfjaarlijkse IISG Vriendendag plaats met ook deze keer weer een aantrekkelijk programma