XVIII Jornadas de Historia del Trabajo/ XVIII Spanish Labour History Conference
September 6&7 2018
Labour History: where do we stand?
Faculty of Geography and History (University of Barcelona)
Co-organizers: TIG [Labour History Group&Spanish Labour History Network
Secretary: Daniel Muntané
9.00-10.30 – Protoindustries and rural industries
Carmen Sarasúa (UAB) Organization of work in european rural industry in 18th century. A State of Art of the last four decades of research.
Chair and discussant: Llorenç Ferrer (University de Barcelona)
10.30-10.45- Coffee Break
11.00-13.00 – Labour organization in guilds
Jose A. Nieto (UAM), Challenges in Labour Modern History:new research perspectives
Anna Bellavitis (University of Rouen), Guilds, gender and urban society in early modern Europe
Chair and discussant: Ricardo Franch (University of Valencia)
13.00-14.00 - Lunch
14.00-16.00– Working in maritime industries
Apostolos Delis (Institute for Mediterranean Studies-FORTH), A Mediterranean aproach to the maritime labour history
Enric García-Domingo (Maritime Museum of Barcelona), A preliminary state of the art of the Spanish maritime labour history (c. 1770 - 1930's)
Chair and discussant: Jordi Ibarz (University of Barcelona)
16.00-18.00 – Free and un-free labour in global perspective
Christian de Vito (University of Leicester), Free and unfree labour in global perspective
Fernando Mendiola (Public University of Navarra), The Role of Unfree Labour in Capitalist Development: Spain and its Empire.
Chair and discussant: Montserrat Carbonell (University of Barcelona)
18.00-20.00 Spanish Labour History Network meeting
9.00-11.00 – History of labour in mining
Leda Papastefanaki (Department of History-Archaeology, University of Ioannina & Institute for Mediterranean Studies-FORTH), History of labour in mining. The state of the art.
Miguel Pérez de Perceval (University of Murcia), Between the hoe and the peak: duality, inequality and fragility of mining labor markets in the Iberian Peninsula
Chair and discussant: Angel Pascual Martínez Soto (University of Murcia).
11.15-12.45 -Working at home: paid and un-paid labour
Rafaella Sarti (University of Urbino), Home-based works: past, present and future in a gendered perspective
Chair and discussant: Monica Borrell-Cairol (University of Barcelona)
14.30-16.30 -Gender, time-work and wage differentials
Manuela Martini (Université Lumière Lyon 2-LARHRA), Industrialization, uses of time and wages. New historiographical perspectives.
Cristina Borderías (University of Barcelona) Wage differentials, household budgets and family economies. Spanish state of research and future developments.
Chair and discussant: Luisa Muñoz (University of Santiago de Compostela)
16.30 Spanish Labour History Network meeting