Tagungen zur Labour History

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Formalisation, Informalisation and the Labour Process: Comparative Perspectives

Konferenz des International Centre for Advanced Studies „Metamorphoses of the Political“ / Centre for Modern Indian Studies, Georg-August-University, Göttingen /  Soziologisches Forschungsinstitut (SOFI), Göttingen 20.-22.11.2019

Radical museums – WORKLAB conference in Copenhagen, 11-13 November 2019

Labour history museums as social agents. More details online here.


European Labour History Network – 3rd Conference (18-21 September 2019, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

The European Labour History Network is a network of European researchers in (global) labour and social history. The ELHN was established in Amsterdam on 12 October 2013. The forty scholars who gathered in Amsterdam, belonging to research institutions, archives and journals based in various European countries, felt the need to increase the cooperation among labour history scholars, share knowledge and (digital) material, create a platform for future collective research, and organize conferences and seminars. The network includes Europe-based scholars (professors, post-doc and PhD researchers, post-graduate students) but seeks to connect with scholars based outside Europe. Researchers associated with ELHN are actively engaging in working groups focusing on specific themes such as factory labour, women’s labour, military labour, maritime labour and more.

A preliminary overview of the conference program can be found in the PDF below. Nearer to the conference date the final program will be published.

For questions or information, please contact: Matthias van Rossum (IISH), mvr@iisg.nl, Jacqueline Rutte (IISH), jacqueline.rutte@bb.huc.knaw.nl. Or send an email to elhn@iisg.nl

Local organizing team: Stefano Bellucci (IISH; Leiden University), Els Kuperus (IISH; ESSHC), Marcel van der Linden (IISH), Matthias van Rossum (IISH), Jacqueline Rutte (IISH), Filipa Ribeiro da Silva (IISH)

More information here and in the PDF: https://socialhistoryportal.org/sites/default/files/third_conference_elhn_amsterdam_september_2019_overview.pdf


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