The Biographical Archive of the Workers Movement (www.abmo.it) announces the release of the first work of its new series dedicated to the international labor movement. And what better timing for this than on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the birth of the Third International, the Communist International?
Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
Coordinator of the Bonn Center of Digital Humanities
In January 2019 the new Cluster of Excellence “Beyond Slavery and Freedom. Asymmetrical Dependencies in Pre-Modern Societies” was established at the University of Bonn.
So far, dependency research has often dealt with transatlantic slavery or slavery in antiquity. The Cluster seeks to broaden this perspective in terms of content, space and time. From the starting point of five research areas, researchers will explore perspectives of dependency(ies), with the added aim of also broadening individual academic training through cooperation across disciplines.
This message in order to inform you about recent activities of the ELHN Working Group "Feminist Labour History".
Attached you will find:
- the Newsletter of the ELHN Working Group “Feminist Labour History” (Newsletter No. 4 – April 2019)
- the Report on the International conference New perspectives in feminist labour history: work and activism, coorganised by our WG and SISLav (University of Bologna, 17-18.1. 2019)
Industrial Labour & Literary Culture in the Long Nineteenth Century
Organised by the Piston, Pen & Press research project and the Finnish Labour Museum Werstas, Tampere.
Date: Friday June 7th, 2019
Venue: Finnish Labour Museum Werstas, Tampere.
The cfp is closed now, but there are still have some spaces for people who would like to attend and hear the papers, contribute to the general discussion.
All Souls College, Oxford
15–16 April 2019
Call for Papers:
Nordic Labour History Conference, The Workers Museum, Copenhagen, November 26-29, 2020
Nordic Labour Film Festival, Cinemateket, Copenhagen, November 25-29, 2020
Deadlines for submissions and notifications:
• Session proposals: October 1, 2019
• Individual papers: November 15, 2019
• Film proposals: August 15, 2020
• Notification of whether your session proposal have been accepted: December 1, 2019