Social and Labour History News
50th ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LABOUR HISTORY INSTITUTIONS (IALHI)
Fundación Pablo Iglesias, Alcalá de Henares, Spain
September 11-14, 2019
Archives and libraries as actors in commemorative culture
Call for papers
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, one of the leading research universities in Europe, with a more than 500-year-long tradition, is advertising up to five research fellowships for scholars active in global history. The university is committed to the highest international standards of excellence in research and teaching. Fellows will be based at the interdisciplinary Munich Centre for Global History. During their stay, they will work on a research project in global history or its neighbouring fields. Fellows have no teaching obligation.
"Nous nous battons pour une Europe de la paix". Projets d'Europe dans les Résistances allemandes et européennes, 1939-1945
Fondation Friedrich Ebert (Paris)
Institut historique allemand
Mémorial de la Résistance allemande (Berlin)
Université de Lorraine – Metz / CRULH
Deutsches Historisches Institut Paris Institut historique allemand,
8 rue du Parc-Royal, 75003 Paris
Website of the conference, including the detailed programme: https://www.lawcha.org/annualmeeting/durham-north-carolina-2019/
The call for papers for the 2019 WORKLAB conference in Copenhagen 11-13 November 2019 is now open!
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.
CfP: Gender, Property and Participation in Latin American Agrarian Reforms: Revisiting the 50th anniversary of the Peruvian Agrarian Reform
(See Spanish version in PDF attached)
Vol. 10, Nº 2 (2019). Call for papers, essays and reviews:
Gender, Property and Participation in Latin American Agrarian Reforms: Revisiting the 50th anniversary of the Peruvian Agrarian Reform
In recent decades the ‘home’ has come to the forefront of historical investigations. Domestic production and work, such as spinning and farming, has received some renewed attention as part of this, yet there remain gaps in the literature and issues that need addressing.
Modernity was marked by the edification of increasingly complex and sophisticated state system, committed to governing territories and populations, through a multiplicity of administrative, fiscal, police and judicial networks. At the same time, new mechanisms for legitimizing political power emerged, based on the building of a public sphere and the dissemination of different forms of collective organization and mobilization: from associations to petitions, from political demonstrations to strikes and riots.
13th European Social Science History Conference, Leiden, The Netherlands, 18 – 21 March, 2020
The deadline for pre-registration of a paper or session proposal on our website is 15 April 2019.
Fifth year in a row we are organising a three-day summer workshop for PhD students. In 2015 the topic was The History of Everyday Life in Socialist Yugoslavia, in 2016 Yugoslav Socialism: Similarities and Exceptionalities, in 2017 A New Man for the Socialist Society, while in 2018 the topic was Yugoslavia and the Global 1968: Contexts, Perspectives, Echoes. So far the workshops have been connected to different projects: one year it was organised within the project Making of the Socialist Man. Croatian Society and the Ideology of Yugoslav Socialism (led by Dr.
How rooted were Latin American communists in the national versus the international and did this relationship change over time?
All Souls College, Oxford
15–16 April 2019
lunedì 1 Aprile | 09.30 - 14.00
Convegno a cura di Fondazione Vera Nocentini, Ismel, Fondazione Istituto piemontese A. Gramsci, Istituto di Studi Storici G. Salvemini e Quaderni di rassegna sindacale.
Un nouveau numéro des Cahiers est sorti et il parle d’Algérie! « Communisme en Algérie/ Communisme algérien» dossier du n° 140 des Cahiers avec des articles de Eloïse Dreure, Alain Ruscio, Pierre-Jean Le Foll-Luciani, Allison Drew, des retours sur des actions par Gilles Manceron, Fabrice Riceputi, Alain Ruscio, Pierre-Jean Le Foll-Luciani
Vous pouvez le trouver dans toutes les bonnes librairies (le faire commander par votre libraire s’il a oublié de s’en doter). Vous pouvez aussi désormais commander et régler en ligne!
Espionaje y revolución en el Río de la Plata. Los archivos secretos de una red diplomática de persecución al maximalismo (1918-1919)
Hernán Díaz (coord).
P. Muñoz, W. Koppmann, S. Asquini, L. Glasman, C. Aquino
Desde que el movimiento obrero empezó a organizarse, el poder recurrió de manera sistemática al espionaje, la delación y la infiltración, utilizando agentes e informantes para conocer y prevenir los levantamientos sociales.
UNEVEN AND COMBINED DEVELOPMENT FOR THE 21ST CENTURY:
UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW, 5-7 SEPTEMBER 2019
Hosted by the University of Glasgow's Socialist Theory and Movements Research Network in association with /Historical Materialism/