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First Conference of the European Labour History Network (ELHN) Organized by SISLav – Società Italiana di Storia del Lavoro ISMEL - Istituto per la Memoria e la Cultura del Lavoro, dell’Impresa e dei Diritti Sociali Partner Polo del ’900 – Turin In collaboration with IISH - International Institute of Social History – Amsterdam ITH - International Conference Labour and Social History – Vienna

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Parallel Sessions Program 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

Free and Unfree Labour Gender, Labour and Modern History: What’s new in Europe Military Labour between XV and XX Century New Directions in Imperial Labour History Historical Cultures of Labour under Conditions of De-industrialisation Maritime Labour History Labour in European Transport before the Coming of the Railways Women and Gender Relations in the Labour Force: The Case of Mining, 15002000 Wage Equality, Pay Equity and Equal Pay Occupational Health and Safety: Collective Conflicts and Individual Litigations Worker's Writing in Europe (19th-20th Centuries) Italian Migration and Labour Movement in Switzerland History and Historiography of Remuneration in the Long-term Women Work in Rural Areas: A Long-term Perspective (XII-XXI Centuries) Rural Migrations: Labour, Environment and Society Women and Trade Unions in Europe Factory Level Analysis: A Methodological Exploration The Problem of Worker Consent to Extreme-right Regimes and Movements Internal Migrations and Labour History

Time schedule

ELHN Conference – Turin, 14-16 December 2015 Program

14th December – Morning (9,00-12,45) 9 – 10,30: Registration of participants and welcome coffee 10,30 – 13,00: Introductory Plenary Session (Chair: Stefano Musso, SISLAV) 10,30: Salutations by local authorities 11,00: Presentation of the European Labour History Network (Marcel van Der Linden, IISH) 11,30 – 12,45: Keynote speech - Labour History Perspective (Geoff Eley, University of Michigan)

14th December - Afternoon (14,30-18,15) 14,30 – 16,15: Parallel Sessions ROOM C3: Internal Migrations and Labour History (Coordinators Anna Badino and Enrique Tudela) ROOM F4: Gender, Labour and Modern History: What’s new in Europe? (Coordinators Cristina Borderías and Manuela Martini) ROOM F3: Military Labour between XV and XX Century (Coordinators Fabrizio Novellino and Giulio Ongaro) AULA MAGNA: Free and Unfree Labour (Coordinators Christian de Vito, Jesus Agua de la Roza, Juliane Schiel, Matthias van Rossum) ROOM F2: Historical Cultures of Labour under Conditions of De-industrialisation (Coordinator Christian Wicke) ROOM D3: Maritime Labour History Group (Coordinators Enric Garcia and Jordi Ibarz) ROOM E2: Labour in European Transport before the Coming of the Railways (Coordinators Anne Conchon and Karel Davids) ROOM D4: Worker's Writing in Europe (19th-20th Centuries) (Coordinators Timothy Ashplant and Nathalie Ponsard) ROOM E3: Strikes and Social Conflicts Database (Coordinator Sjaak van der Velden) 16,15 – 16,30: Coffee Break 16,30 – 18,15: Parallel Sessions ROOM C3: Internal Migrations and Labour History (Coordinators Anna Badino and Enrique Tudela) ROOM F4: Gender, Labour and Modern History: What's new in Europe? (Coordinators Cristina Borderías and Manuela Martini) ROOM F3: Military Labour between XV and XX Century (Coordinators Fabrizio Novellino and Giulio Ongaro)

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AULA MAGNA: Free and Unfree Labour (Coordinators Christian de Vito, Jesus Agua de la Roza, Juliane Schiel, Matthias van Rossum) ROOM F2: Historical Cultures of Labour under Conditions of De-industrialisation (Coordinator Christian Wicke) ROOM D3: Maritime Labour History Group (Coordinators Enric Garcia and Jordi Ibarz) ROOM E2: Labour in European Transport before the Coming of the Railways (Coordinators Anne Conchon and Karel Davids) ROOM E3: Strikes and Social Conflicts Database (Coordinator Sjaak van der Velden)

14th December - Special Event 18,30: Special events ROOM F1: Rountable on National and Local Labour Histories in time of Global Labour History In occasion of the publication of the Storia del Lavoro in Italia, from the Ancient Roman Age to the Globalization Era (director Fabio Fabbri), six volumes Participants: Cristina Borderìas, Giulio Mellinato, Stefano Musso, Leda Papastefanaki, Xavier Vigna

15th December - Morning (9,00-13,00) 9,00 – 10,45 Parallel Sessions ROOM C3: Women and Gender Relations in the Labour Force: The Case of Mining, 1500-2000 (Coordinators Rossana Barragán and Leda Papastefanaki) ROOM F3: Military Labour between XV and XX Centuries (Coordinators Fabrizio Novellino and Giulio Ongaro) AULA F4: Free and Unfree Labour (Coordinators Christian de Vito, Jesus Agua de la Roza, Juliane Schiel, Matthias van Rossum) ROOM E2: Occupational Health and Safety: Collective Conflicts and Individual Litigations (Coordinators Anne-Sophie Bruno, Eric Geerkens and Nicolas Hatzfeld) ROOM D4: Worker's Writing in Europe (19th-20th Centuries) (Coordinators Timothy Ashplant and Nathalie Ponsard) ROOM F2: Historical Cultures of Labour under Conditions of Deindustrialisation (Coordinator Christian Wicke) ROOM D3: Maritime Labour History (Coordinators Enric Garcia and Jordi Ibarz) ROOM E3: Factory Level Analysis: A Methodological Exploration (Coordinators Görkem Akgöz and Nicola Pizzolato) ROOM F1: Italian Migration and Labour Movement in Switzerland (Coordinator Stéfanie Prezioso) 10,45: Coffee Break

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11,00 – 13,00: Parallel Sessions ROOM F3: Military Labour between XV and XX Centuries (Coordinators Fabrizio Novellino and Giulio Ongaro) AULA F4: Free and Unfree Labour (Coordinators Christian de Vito, Jesus Agua de la Roza, Juliane Schiel, Matthias van Rossum) ROOM E2: Occupational Health and Safety: Collective Conflicts and Individual Litigations (Coordinators Anne-Sophie Bruno, Eric Geerkens and Nicolas Hatzfeld) ROOM D4: Worker's Writing in Europe (19th-20th Centuries) (Coordinators Timothy Ashplant and Nathalie Ponsard) ROOM F2: Historical Cultures of Labour under Conditions of Deindustrialisation (Coordinator Christian Wicke) ROOM D3: Maritime Labour History (Coordinators Enric Garcia and Jordi Ibarz) ROOM E3: Factory Level Analysis: A Methodological Exploration (Coordinators Görkem Akgöz and Nicola Pizzolato) ROOM F1: Italian Migration and Labour Movement in Switzerland (Coordinator Stéfanie Prezioso)

15th December - Afternoon (14,30-18,15) 14,30 – 16,15: Parallel Sessions ROOM F5: New Directions in Imperial Labour History (Coordinators Yann Beliard and Gareth Curless) ROOM F1: Wage Equality, Pay Equity and Equal PayWage Equality (Coordinators Cristina Borderías and Silke Neunsinger) ROOM F4: Women Work in Rural Areas: A Long-term Perspective (XII-XXI Centuries) (Coordinator Giulio Ongaro on behalf of SISLav- Research group on rural workers) ROOM F3: Rural Migrations: Labour, Environment and Society, and the Ordinary Mobility of Modern and Contemporary Europeans (Coordinators Michele Nani and Walter Tucci) ROOM C3: Women and Trade Unions in Europe (Coordinators Silke Neunsinger and Susan Zimmermann) ROOM E3: Factory Level Analysis: A Methodological Exploration (Coordinators Görkem Akgöz and Nicola Pizzolato) AULA F4: Free and Unfree Labour (Coordinators Christian de Vito, Jesus Agua de la Roza, Juliane Schiel, Matthias van Rossum) ROOM E2: Occupational Health and Safety: Collective Conflicts and Individual Litigations (Coordinators Anne-Sophie Bruno, Eric Geerkens and Nicolas Hatzfeld) ROOM F2: The Problem of Worker Consent to Extreme-right Regimes and Movements (Coordinators Xavier Vigna and Gilda Zazzara) ROOM D4: Workers Writing in Europe (19th-20th Centuries) (Coordinators Timothy Ashplant and Nathalie Ponsard) ROOM D3: Maritime Labour History (Coordinators Enric Garcia and Jordi Ibarz)

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16,15: Coffee break 16,30 – 18,15: Parallel Sessions ROOM F5: New Directions in Imperial Labour History (Coordinators Yann Beliard and Gareth Curless) ROOM F1: Wage Equality, Pay Equity and Equal Pay (Coordinators Cristina Borderías and Silke Neunsinger) ROOM F4: Women Work in Rural Areas: A Long-term Perspective (XII-XXI Centuries) (Coordinator Giulio Ongaro on behalf of SISLav- Research group on rural workers) ROOM F3: Rural Migrations: Labour, Environment and Society, and the Ordinary Mobility of Modern and Contemporary Europeans (Coordinators Michele Nani and Walter Tucci) ROOM C3: Women and Trade Unions in Europe (Coordinators Silke Neunsinger and Susan Zimmermann) ROOM E3: Factory Level Analysis: A Methodological Exploration (Coordinators Görkem Akgöz and Nicola Pizzolato) AULA F4: Free and Unfree Labour (Coordinators Christian de Vito, Jesus Agua de la Roza, Juliane Schiel, Matthias van Rossum) ROOM E2: Occupational Health and Safety: Collective Conflicts and Individual Litigations (Coordinators Anne-Sophie Bruno, Eric Geerkens and Nicolas Hatzfeld) ROOM F2: The Problem of Worker Consent to Extreme-right Regimes and Movements (Coordinators Xavier Vigna and Gilda Zazzara) ROOM D4: Workers Writing in Europe (19th-20th Centuries) (Coordinators Timothy Ashplant and Nathalie Ponsard) ROOM D3: Maritime Labour History (Coordinators Enric Garcia and Jordi Ibarz)

15th December - Special Events 18,30 – 22,30: Special events 18,30–20,00: Roundtable Labour History Journals (AULA MAGNA) Participants: David Mayer (IISH, Amsterdam), International Review of Social History Silke Neunsinger (Arbetarrörelsens arkivoch bibliotek, Huddinge, Sweden), Arbeiterhistoria Christian de Vito (University of Leicester), Zapruder’s World Christian Wicke (Ruhr-Universität Bochum), Moving the Social 19,30: Guided visit – to the new headquarters of the Polo del ‘900, Via Del Carmine 13-14 (reservation required) 20,30: Movie - La zuppa del demonio (English subtitles), Polo del ‘900, Corso Valdocco, 4 (reservation required) 20,30 - 22,00: Open Discussion Labour History and the Challenges from the Global South Participants: Stefano Bellucci (IISH and Leiden University), Valentina Fusari (Università di Pavia), Lucas Poy (Universidad de Buenos Aires). Moderator: David Mayer (IISH Amstedam)

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DEPEPE Vini Enoteca, via Cagliari 3, Torino (5 minutes’ walk from the conference venue) – free wine and food will be served – maximum availability of 20 places – entrance available for the first 20 participants who express interest by email to Ms. Astrid Verburg: [email protected]

16th December - Morning (9-13) 9,00 – 10,45: Parallel sessions ROOM F5: New Directions in Imperial Labour History (Coordinators Yann Beliard and Gareth Curless) ROOM F3: History and Historiography of Remuneration in the Long-Term Coordinators Leda Papastefanaki and Michel Pigenet) ROOM C3: Women and Trade Unions in Europe (Coordinators Silke Neunsinger and Susan Zimmermann) ROOM F4: Women’s Work in Rural Areas: a Long-term Perspective (XII-XXI Centuries) (Coordinator Giulio Ongaro on behalf of SISLav- Research group on rural workers) AULA D3: Free and Unfree Labour (Coordinators Christian de Vito, Jesus Agua de la Roza, Juliane Schiel, Matthias van Rossum) ROOM F2: The Problem of Worker’s Consent to Extreme-right Regimes and Movements (Coordinators Xavier Vigna and Gilda Zazzara) ROOM D4: Worker’s Writing in Europe (XIX-XX Centuries) (Coordinators Timothy Ashplant and Nathalie Ponsard) 10,45: Coffee break 11,00-13.00: Parallel sessions ROOM F5: New Directions in Imperial Labour History (Coordinators Yann Beliard and Gareth Curless) ROOM F3: History and Historiography of Remuneration in the Long-term (Coordinators Leda Papastefanaki and Michel Pigenet) ROOM C3: Women and Trade Unions in Europe (Coordinators Silke Neunsinger and Susan Zimmermann) ROOM F4: Women’s Work in Rural Areas: a Long-term Perspective (XII-XXI Centuries) (Coordinator Giulio Ongaro on behalf of SISLav- Research group on rural workers) ROOM E3: Factory Level Analysis: A Methodological Exploration (Coordinators Görkem Akgöz and Nicola Pizzolato) AULA D3: Free and Unfree Labour (Coordinators Christian de Vito, Jesus Agua de la Roza, Juliane Schiel, Matthias van Rossum) ROOM F2: The Problem of Worker’s Consent to Extreme-right Regimes and Movements (Coordinators Xavier Vigna and Gilda Zazzara) ROOM D4: Worker’s Writing in Europe (XIX-XX Centuries) (Coordinators Timothy Ashplant and Nathalie Ponsard)

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16th December - Afternoon (14,30-16.30) 14,30 – 16,30: Final Plenary Session (Chair Susan Zimmermann) 14,30 – 16,00: Short reports of the Working Groups (one spokesman for WG) 16,00 - 16,30: Marcel van Der Linden, ELHN prospects

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Parallel Sessions Program

1. Free and Unfree Labour 14 December 2015 14:30–16:15: Group Meeting 1 – Getting to know each other and our research 16:45–18:15: Roundtable 1 - What is “free” and “unfree” in labour relations? Matthias van Rossum, Juliane Schiel Speakers Participants: Alain Blum (Paris), Ludolf Kuchenbuch (Berlin), Maria Luisa Pesante (Turin), Aurelia Martín Casares (Granada), Klaus Weber (Frankfurt/Oder) The roundtable is especially meant for members of the working group “Free and Unfree Labour”, but other participants in the conference are of course welcome to join the discussion 18:15–19:00: Apéro and Book Boxing (Caffè Basaglia) What’s new? Sitting over a glass of wine, all members of the working group “Free and Unfree Labour” are invited to present recent publications connected labour history with an entertaining 2’ minutes statement 15 December 2015 9:00–10:45: Thematic session 1 Spatializing Free and Unfree Labour: Households, Workshops and Sex Industry Responsible: Jesús Agua de la Roza Chair: Rebekka von Mallinckrodt Juliane Schiel, Spaces of Slave Labour in Late Medieval Venice Karsten Voss, What Liberty Could Mean: Male Slaves’ Struggles for the Right to Form Families Capable of Holding Rights in Early Colonial Saint-Domingue (1697–1715) Jesús Agua de la Roza/Victoria López Barahona, Between Free and Unfree, Paid and Unpaid Labour: Workshop-Schools in Eighteenth-Century Madrid Karwan Fatah-Black, Urban slavery in Colonial Suriname 11:15–13:00: Thematic session 2 War and Labour Coercion Responsible: Fernando Mendiola, Zhanna Popova Chair: Laura Prosperi Juan Carlos García Funes, Prisoners of War for After War Needs: the Keys of Spatial Location of the Discipline Battalions of Worker Soldiers (BDST) in After War Spain (1940–1945) Fernando Mendiola, Coercion, Unfree Labour and Skill Levels During Spanish Civil War: Railway Enterprises, Mining and Iron and Steel Industry in Comparative Perspective Mikhail Nakonechny, Prisoner Mortality in Late Imperial Russia (1885–1915) and the Soviet Union (1930–1953) in International Comparative Context Zhanna Popova, Vast Open-Air Prison: Katorga in Siberia

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14:30–16:15: Thematic session 3 Early Modern Mediterranean Captivity: Conflicts, Interactions and Repercussions Responsible: Tobias Auböck Chair: Mario Klarer Giulia Bonazza, Persisting Mediterranean Captivity: Captives’ Cases in Naples and Rome in the First Half of the 19th Century Tobias Auböck, Two Versions of the Truth: Representations of Class in Captivity Narratives Cecilia Tarruell, Freed, but not “free”? Degrees of Dependence Experienced by Former Captives upon their Return to Christian Lands 16:45–18:15: Roundtable 2 Is There a Historical Tendency From Free to Unfree Labour Relations? Chair: Christian De Vito, Jesús Agua de la Roza Speakers Participants: Alessandro Stanziani (Paris), Marcel van der Linden (Amsterdam), Rosanna Barragan (Amsterdam), Magaly Rodríguez García (TBC), Jakob Tanner (Zürich) The roundtable is especially meant for members of the working group “Free and Unfree Labour”, but other participants in the conference are of course welcome to join the discussion 16 December 2015 9:00–10:45: Thematic session 4 Precariousness and Free/Unfree Labour at Global Level: Connections and Intersections in a Long Historical Perspective Responsible: Eloisa Betti Chair: Nelson Liecthenstein Christian De Vito, Labour Flexibility and Labour Precariousness in the Southern Cone (c. 1750s–1910s). Labour Commodification and the Interactions between “Free/Unfree” Labour Relations Tommaso Bobbio, Ahmedabad, India: Labour and the City, a Continuous Interdependence Eloisa Betti, Gender and Precarious Labour in Industrial and Post-Industrial Western Europe (XIX–XXI c.) Chiara Bonfiglioli, Precarious Lives in Post-Socialism: Transition Tales From the Croatian Garment Industry Patrícia Matos/Antonio Maria Pusceddu, Comparing Mining and Call Centre Labour. A View From Italy and Portugal on the Free-Unfree Labour Debate 11:15–12:30: Group Meeting 2 Discussion about future plans for the working group “free and unfree labour”, e.g. developing the digital platform and improving internal communication; detailed planning for the sessions submitted for the ESSHC 2016 in Valencia; setting up a joint book project or programmatic article on free/unfree labour; setting up a joint project proposal

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2. Gender, Labour and Modern History: What’s new in Europe? Organisers : Cristina Borderías (U of Barcelona) and Manuela Martini (Paris Diderot-Paris 7 University) Chair: Barbara Curli (University of Torino) 1) Historiographical and theoretical proposals Mercedes Arbaiza (University of the Basque Country), Economy in the post-metaphysics time. A

feminist perspective Raffaella Sarti (University of Urbino), Male/female work - Domestic/extra-domestic work:

changing intersections and mobile frontiers Pilar Pérez-Fuentes (University of the Basque Country), Cristina Borderías (University of Barcelona),

Labour history and gender history in Spain (18th-20th century) Tania Toffanin (Cà Foscari University of Venice), The Forgotten Role of Home-based

Manufacturing Work in Italy Lidia Torra (University of Barcelona), Women as partners and administrators in businesses in

urban Catalonia in the 18th century Monica Pacini (University of Florence), Labour and the Franca Pieroni Bortolotti Women’s history

prize 2) Empirical proposals Montserrat Carbonell (University of Barcelona), Gender and family economies at times of crisis:

between work and social resources. Barcelona,18th-19th century Laura Savelli (University of Pisa), The gender relationships in postal, telegraphic and telephonic

service in Italy from XIX Century to Second World War Lina Gálvez Muñoz, Paula Rodríguez-Modroño y Mauricio Matus López (Pablo de Olavide University), Female labour force participation in Spain after WWII Roberta Corsi (Le Havre University), Professional identity and gender differences : women access

to the profession of airline pilot in Italy Saffia Elisa Shaukat (University of Lausanne), Beyond work and family. The migration experience

of seasonal Italian women in Switzerland against migration policies (1949-2002) 3) Round Table. Translating gendered labour related concepts in different historiographies Participants: Eileen Boris (University of Santa Barbara), Fanny Gallot (University of Paris 12), Leda Papastefanaki (University of Ioannina)

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3. Military Labour between XV and XX Century First Session: Military labour beyond soldiers Discussant: TBC Fabrizio Ansani (University of Padua), Smiths, Gunners and Apothecaries in the War Production

of Renaissance Florence Inês Meira Araújo (University of Lisbon), Manufacturing the war: Armourers and arms production in Portugal (15th - 16th centuries) Otto Aura (University of Elsinki), From preparation to practice – Military labour in Finland 1920-

1944 Fia Sundevall (University of Stockholm), Gender divisions of military labour: the case of Sweden

1800–2000 Discussion Second Session: From soldiers of fortune to mass armies Discussant: TBC Michele Maria Rabà (ISEM – CNR), From terrazzani at arms to fanti eletti. Patrons, clients,

territorial self-defense and military professionalism in Piedmont and Lombardy in the second phase of the Italian Wars Gulay Yilmaz (Akdeniz University), Military Levies of the Ottoman Empire (Devshirmes) Used as

Unfree Laborers in the Palace Gardens during the 16th and 17th Centuries Richard H. Tomczak (Stony Brook University), ‘To be ordered upon Corvées’: French Canadian

Laborers in Lieutenant General John Burgoyne’s Army and the Early Modern British Fiscal Military State, 1774-1778 Akin Sefer (Northeastern University), Conscription and Labor in the Ottoman Imperial Arsenal in

the 19thCentury Marco Rovinello (University of Naples, Suor Orsola Benincasa), Fighting for a Living in Liberal Italy:

Draftees and Substitutes in the Italian Army (1861-1914) Jacopo Lorenzini (University of Siena), Gentlemen (and bandits) to professionals. A social,

cultural and ideological portrait of the Italian military élite from the Risorgimento to the Great War Discussion Plenary discussion

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4. New Directions in Imperial Labour History Gareth Curless & Yann Béliard: welcome Gareth Curless, Introduction Session 1: Beyond British Imperialism Steven McClellan (Toronto, Canada), Bourgeois social reform and Empire: The Verein für Sozialpolitik and the Problem of Labour as a Global Issue, 1890-1924 Virginia Amarosi (Federico II Napoli, Italy), Labour and Law in Africa in the early 20th century Discussion Session 2: India Aparajita Mukhopadhyay (Salisbury, USA), Railway labour in colonial India Sugata Nandi (West Bengal, India), Turbulent men? Violence and the masculine factory worker in Colonial India, 1890-1947 Marine Béllego (EHESS, France), Working in Calcutta's botanical garden under colonial rule Poulomi Dasgupta (Franklin, Switzerland), Labour in India : Lessons from the colonial period Discussion Session 3: Britain's “White Colonies” Marie Ruiz (Paris Diderot, France), Australia, “the paradise of the working woman” for 19th century British female emigrant workers Steven Parfitt (Nottingham, UK), Global Labour on the Fringes of Empire: The Kinghts of Labour of South Africa Duncan Money (Oxford, UK), White labour migration and the 1944-46 wildcat strikes on the Zambian Copperbelt Discussion Session 4: East Africa Luke Messac (Pennsylvania, USA), Drugs for the tengatenga: The beginnings of government medicine in British Nyasaland's carrier service during the First World War Spencer Mawby (Nottingham, UK), Cold War College: Training African trade-unionists in Uganda at the end of empire Dave Hyde (East London, UK), Plantation struggles in Kenya's Kericho Valley 1957-65: The origins and rise of the Tea Plantation Workers' Union Discussion Session 5: What place for the metropole? Yann Béliard (Paris 3, France), Presentation of forthcoming book: “Labour and Decolonisation. The British Experience” (LUP, 2016)

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Quentin Gasteuil (ENS / Cachan, France), Towards a Labour Policy for the Empire? The Labour Party Advisory Committee on Imperial Questions between the two World Wars, 1918-1940 Discussion Discussion about the future of this working group

5. Historical Cultures of Labour under Conditions of Deindustrialisation 14 December 2015 14:30 - Christian Wicke (Ruhr-Universität Bochum), Introduction 15:00 - Roberta Garruccio, Sara Roncaglia and Sara Zanisi (Università degli Studi di Milano/Associazione Avoce/Fondazione Isec), “Memory Work”: Mill Closings and Job Loss in Sesto San Giovanni, 1985-2015 15:30 - Ruben Vega Garcia (Universidad de Oviedo), Asturian Labour Movement Soundtrack from Strength to Decline 16:30 – Irene Diaz (Universidad de Oviedo), Helping to Build the Memory of Deindustrialisation 17:00 - Stefan Moitra (German Mining Museum, Bochum), Below the Surface: How Collective is the Collective Memory of Coal Mining in Postindustrial Germany? 17:30 - George Jaramillo (University of Edinburgh), Extractive Geographies, Enacted Lives: Historic Lead Mining Narratives of the Peak District, England 15 December 2015 9:00 - Tibor Valuch (University of Debrecen), The Remembrance of the Contemporary Workers Life in Hungary 9:30 - Melinda Harlov (Eötvös Loránd University), Managing industrial heritage in the post-industrial world: the case study of the Óbuda Gas Factory in Budapest 10:00 - Margit Vilstrup (Workers Museum and the Labour Movement Library and Archive, Copenhagen),The Political Struggle for "the Workers". The Development of the Concept of "the Worker" 1870-2015 10:30 - Christian Wicke (Ruhr-Universität Bochum), Trauma Management? Deindustrialisation, Industrial Heritage and Culture Industry in the Ruhr 11:00 – 13:00 Discussion: Workshop Publication, Future Funding, and Organisation of the Working Group within the European and Global Labour History Networks

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6. Maritime Labour History 14 December 2015 (afternoon) 1 - Literature and interpretation Barzman, John (Normandie Université / Université du Havre), A survey of literature on international organizations of maritime and port labour Ibarz, Jordi (Universitat de Barcelona), Recent trends in dockers history Stanley, Jo (Hull University, Maritime Historical Studies Centre and Lancaster University Centre of Mobilities Research, CeMoRE), When the ‘ladies’ took to loading: a preliminary survey of gendered stevedoring practices in history 2 - Labor Market Brendan J. von Briesen (Universitat de Barcelona), Contradictions, conflicts, and controls: internal mechanisms of labor-market regulation by guilds in the port of Barcelona during the liberalization of the trades (1760-1840) Stanley, Jo (Hull University. Maritime Historical Studies Centre and Lancaster University Centre of Mobilities Research, CeMoRE), Pioneering sea women: what helped them break through – and climb to the top Lemarchand, Arnaud (Université du Havre ULR IDEES), New Rules in the Maritime Labor Market 15 December 2015 (morning) 3 - Seafarers and dockers Burton, Valerie (Memorial University of Newfoundland), Connected Lives: Seafarers and Dockers in the Pre-Containerized Port Weber, Donald (Amsab-Institute of Social History), Seamen and dockers in Belgium: a changing world (1914-2014) Boer, Claire (Aix-Marseille University), Maritime labour and shared work experiences. The case of interactions between dockers and Provence’s merchant sailors during the 18th century 4 - Cultures and subcultures Davis, Colin J (University of Alabama at Birmingham), Hazards of the Job: The Triple Trawler Tragedy and the Fishermen's Wives Campaign Castillo, Daniel (Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria), Dock Labor Subculture in Dakar (19141946) Nilson, Tomas (University of Halmstad), The Hard Toil of the Sea: Descriptions in Swedish Fiction of Maritime Labour in the Interwar Period Bergholm, Tapio SAK, University of Helsinki and University of Eastern Finland), After Harmaja We are All Bachelors - Bachelor culture reconsidered

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15 December 2015 (afternoon) 5- Experiences Espinoza, Filippo Marco (University of Trento), Sponge fishing and trading in the Dodecanese under Italian rule, 1912-40 De la Fuente, Pablo y Pujol, Marcel (Vistula University), Foreign workers in the Spanish Royal Shipyards. British and French shipwrighting: links, mimesis, shadows and counterpoints (1715-1765) Cousin, Justine (Paris IV Sorbonne University), Foreign maritime labour working on British imperial shipping companies Garcia, Enric (University of Barcelona), Discipline and resistance in the Spanish merchant navy (18021909) 6 - Maritime Labour Working Group Meeting

7. Labour in European Transport before the Coming of the Railways Anne Conchon and Karel Davids Martina Hacke (University of Duesseldorf), The labour of "Messengers of the Nations" at the University of Paris Stefano Maggi (University of Siena), The Italian coachman (vetturino): work and literature José U. Bernardos (University of Madrid), The activities of a carrier community linked to the supply of Madrid: The segovian muleteers of Sangarcía and Etreros during the XVII and XVIII centuries Jørgen Burchardt (National Museum of Science and Technology, Denmark), The rise of the haulage business. The professionalization of road transport in Denmark, 1478–1862 Anne Conchon (Paris I University-IDHES), The French transport enterprises (c. 1770-1810) : longevity, activities and territories Discussant: Karel Davids (VU University Amsterdam)

8. Women and Gender Relations in the Labour Force: The Case of Mining, 1500-2000 Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt (Australian National University), Τhe feminisation of mining

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Ángel Pascual Martínez Soto (Universidad de Murcia, Spain), Miguel Pérez de Perceval Verde (Universidad de Murcia, Spain) & José Joaquín García Gómez (Universidad de Almería), The women’s work at the Spanish mining, 1860-1940 Rossana Barragán (International Institute for Social History, The Netherlands), Women as “informal workers” in the silver mines of Potosi in the 18th century Leda Papastefanaki (University of Ioannina, Greece), Family and labour in the Greek mines, 1860-1940 Discussant: Raffaella Sarti (University of Urbino) Discussion about future plans for the project “Women and gender relations in the labour force. The case of mining, 1500-2000”

9. Wage Equality, Pay Equity and Equal Pay Part I. Chair Cristina Borderías Eileen Boris (full Professor of Feminist Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara), Equality

Meets Difference: Remuneration, Discrimination, and the ILO Quentin Jouan (Centre d’étude d’histoire de l’Europe contemporaine - CEHEC), Le droit européen

comme levier national. L’utilisation de la directive sur l’égalité de rémunération par les syndicats belges dans les années 1970 Corinne M. Belliard, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS, Paris), A British Model

during the Great War: Beatrice Webb on the Equality of Wages Ferruccio Ricciardi (CNRS, Paris), Qu’est-ce qu’un « même travail » ? La construction de

standards d’égalité dans l’espace européen (années 1950-1970) Michelle Zancarini-Fournel, À travail égal, salaire égal: un mot d'ordre des ouvrières en Europe dans les années 68 ? Discussant: Silke Neunsinger Part II. Chair Cristina Borderías Maria Jesús Espuny Tomàs and Daniel Vallès Muñío (Historia del Derecho y de las Instituciones, Departamento de Derecho Público y Ciencias Histórico-jurídicas, Facultad de Derecho - Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona), The gender wage gap of Barcelona sale workers Fernando Vicente Albarrán (Sciences Po Lyon), Santiago de Miguel Salanova (Université ParisSorbonne, Paris IV) and Borja Carballo Barral (Doctor en Historia), The wage inequality evolution in urban Spain.Madrid’s labour market as a case of study (1900-1936) Nadia Varo (Treballs, Institucions i Gènere (TIG)-University of Barcelona) and Concepción Villar (CED),Forging Equal Pay in the Metallurgical Industry in Barcelona Silke Neunsinger (Labour movement archives and library), The long walk to wage justice.

International recommendations and local wage negotiations – the case of the South African textile industry during Apartheid Discussant: Leda Papastefanaki (University of Ioannina)

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10. Occupational Health and Safety: Collective Conflicts and Individual Litigations Coordinators Anne-Sophie Bruno, Eric Geerkens and Nicolas Hatzfeld Judith Rainhorn, Université de Valenciennes/Esopp (EHESS), France, L’ouvrier, la loi et l’expert : regards sur l’évolution de la pratique judiciaire en matière de réparation de la maladie professionnelle, à propos du saturnisme (1900-1926) Anne-Sophie Bruno (Université Paris I), Eric Geerkens (Université de Liège), Les débuts de la réparation assurantielle des accidents du travail au prisme du contentieux (France-Belgique, début 20e siècle) Aron Cohen, Université de Grenade, Espagne, Contentieux autour des maladies des mineurs : une approche sectorielle de la jurisprudence dans l'Espagne du XXe siècle Alfredo Menéndez-Navarro, University of Granada, Spain, Montserrat García-Gómez, Unit of Occupational Health. Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality, Madrid, Spain. Coping with asbestos legacy in Spain: the failure of workers’ compensation (1962-2011) Elena Davigo, Universités de Florence et de Sienne, Italie, Le syndicat italien face aux problèmes sanitaires et environnementaux : l'action de la Commission Médicale de Turin et de l'Institut National Confédéral de l’Assistance (1960-1970) Vincent Porhel, Université Lyon1-ESPE, UMR LARHRA, France, Ferodo : de la lutte sociale au combat sanitaire (1970-1971)

11. Worker's Writing in Europe (19th-20th Centuries) Introduction générale (30 mn) Group meeting 1 : Getting to know each other Session 1 : Ecritures et univers politique : l’émancipation en question ? Samuel Hayat, Les formes de la réflexivité ouvrière : écritures habituelles et interventions

politiques des ouvriers français au XIXe siècle Xavier Vigna, L’écriture ouvrière comme écart : France, années 1930-40 Andrea Pozzetta, Italian Communist Party Schools: Writing Practices and Linguistic Analysis Andrea Gabler, What Really Matters? Workers’ writing as Part of a Neubeginn of the

Revolutionary Movement: the Case of Socialisme ou barbarie Valérie Verclytte, La réforme des retraites de 2003 vue par les militants et sympathisants CFDT:

un débat « passionnel, idéologique, voire dogmatique »? Session 2 : Des sources originales pour des écritures collectives Rémy Cazals, Une étude de cas sur les deux siècles : Mazamet

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Anna Pellegrino, Arguments politiques, échos littéraires, lexique populaire dans les écrits des

travailleurs italiens aux expositions universelles Risto Turunen, “We Don´t Believe You Anymore!” – Writing Factory Workers in Finland in the

Early 20thCentury Daniéla Adorni & Stefano Magagnoli, Voix de l’usine. Ouvriers et identités ouvrières dans les journaux de la grande entreprise italienne dans les ans du boom économique. Nicolas Verschueren , Chants ouvriers dans les années 1970 en Belgique. Une source pour

l’histoire de la parole ouvrière Session 3 : L’approche par la singularité de l’écriture : « les artisans-écrivains » Audrey Millet, Le journal intime d’Henri Lebert, dessinateur de fabrique (1794-1862). « Je suis

né patriote » Mercè Renom Pulit & Pilar Triadó Aymerich, The writings of a typographer from Barcelona:

Joaquim Viñas Pagès (1846-1916) Giorgio Sacchetti, Presse et locomotive: Augusto Castrucci fondateur d’« In Marcia ! » (1908-

1926) Eliane le Port, Je ne me prends pas pour un écrivain, je suis un artisan-écrivain. Ecritures et

réécriture des témoignages ouvriers Session 4 : Un questionnement sur les formes d'écritures ouvrières (littérature, théâtre, poésie) Johanna-Elisabeth Palm, “Autour de la littérature ouvrière allemande” Mikko-Olavi Seppala, Handling trauma or communist activism? Staged Counter-Narratives of

the Civil war in the 1920s Finland. Christos Efstathiou, Authors take sides: Workers’ literature in the 1930s Left Review Dimitra Lampropoulou, Life writing for the public: prose and poetry in working-class press Tom Woodin, Writing, the self and the social in the 1970s Session 5 : Aux marges des écritures ouvrières Fabrice Bensimon, Collective reading in the workshops, c. 1780 – c. 1850 Xenia Marinou, In defense of the working class: Panagiotis Argyriades in the court of law Christian Chevandier, Ecritures en périphérie du monde ouvrier (France, XIXe-XXe siècles) Chryssa Marinou, Dorothy Richardson’s The Tunnel and its dialogue with micro-history: a

working woman in turn-of-the-century London Group meeting 2 : Discussion about future plans for the working group

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12. Italian Migration and Labour Movement in Switzerland Stefanie Prezioso, Italian Migration in Switzerland in the first Part of the Twentieth Century: A European Perspective Paolo Barcella, Labor Unions and Italian Cross-border Workers in the Canton of Ticino Toni Ricciardi, Mattmark, 30 August 1965: A Catastrophe that Changed Switzerland’s Perception of Italian Migrants Mattia Pelli, Immigrants, Unions and Struggles in Switzerland: The Difficult Construction of a New Social Role (1960-1970)

13. History and Historiography of Remuneration in the Longterm Coordinators Leda Papastefanaki and Michel Pigenet Part 1 Denise Bezzina (University of Genoa), Vocabularies of labour in a comparative perspective: assessing the Genoese case (12th-13th century) Enric Garcia Domingo (Universitat de Barcelona), Forms of remuneration in the Spanish merchant marine: from sailor-tradesman to sea wage-earner (XVIII-XIX centuries) Miguel Á. Pérez de Perceval Verde (Universidad de Murcia) & Ángel Pascual Martínez Soto (Universidad de Murcia), Work manners, hiring and salaries at the Spanish mining in the long-term, 1850-1930 Antonio Farina, (University of Cagliari – Stiftung für Sozialgeschichte des XX Jahrhunderts, Bremen), Akkord ist Mord? Piece-work, factory system and workers' organisation in the north-German shipbuilding (1870-1933) Discussant: Leonid Borodkin Part 2 Francesca Sanna (Paris Diderot University), Le Bedaux à la mine: Laboratoire d’ entre-deux-guerres Lluís Virós (Université de Barcelone), Du travail à forfait à la prime de productivité. Le salaire dans l’industrie textile catalane pendant le Franquisme Leonid Borodkin (Lomonosov Moscow State University), Evolution of remuneration modes in Russian industries: from pre-revolution industrialization to the soviet industrialization Ramon Molina de Dios (University of Balearic Islands), Factories, workshops and wages in the footwear's industry of Mallorca Discussant: Leda Papastefanaki

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December 16, morning: Discussion about future plans for the working group History and historiography of remuneration in the long term

14. Women Work in Rural Areas: A Long-term Perspective (XII-XXI Centuries) Alberto Morán Corte (Universidad de León / Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) and Patricia Suárez Álvarez (Universidad de León), “They are in charge of cultivating the land and do it with

determination and vigour”: the rural women livelihoods in the 18th century in Asturias José A. Nieto Sánchez (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid), Rural industry in eighteenth-century

New Castile: the women’s role in the organization of production Lies Vervaet (Ghent University), Female harvest labourers in coastal Flanders (15-16th century) Gabriel Jover-Avella (University of Girona) and Joana Maria Pujadas-Mora (Center for Demographic Studies – Autonomous University of Barcelona), Female labour-demand seasonality, geographical

mobility and family reproduction in a Mediterranean agrarian system: Majorca, 1650 – 1700 Bengu Kurtege-Sefer (State University of New York at Binghamton), Rethinking gender and labor

relations in Turkey’s history of agrarian capitalism in the 1960s Alessandra Pescarolo (Istituto regionale per la programmazione economica della Toscana - Irpet), The

long history of rural domestic manufacturing in the so called Third Italy Maria Concetta Cappello (University of Lecce), Worker women of the tobacco industry in the

Lecce province. Housewives and also factory and agricultural workers in the years of the economic boom Isabelle Devos and Sofie De Langhe (Ghent University), Female labourers in early nineteenth

century rural Flanders. What’s in a name? Maria Papathanassiou (University of Athens), Female labour, life cycle and the peasant

household: Looking into the working lives of women in the Austrian Alps (late 19th, first decades of the 20th century). Gloria Martinez Dorado, Women at work and war in three rural villages of the Kingdom of

Navarre: Spain, 1833-1839

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15. Rural Migrations: Labour, Environment and Society Michele Nani (ISEM-CNR, Roma), Walter Tucci (Cliomedia Officina, Torino), Introduction: Rural

mobilities Manos Perakis (University of Crete), The long-run (1830-1913) movement of the population of

Crete from the highlands to the lowlands Karl-Heinz Wüstner (Historical Society for Württemberg-Franconia, Schwäbisch Hall), How German

Migrants Influenced Eating and Food Consumption Habits as Pork Butchers in 19th Century Industrial Great Britain Marco Meotto (Centro di Documentazione Storica Circoscrizione 5, Città di Torino), Continuity and

discontinuity in migration patterns in the Western Alps: the case of Valle Varaita at the end of the XIXth century Luciano Maffi – Marco Rochini (Catholic University Milan), Rural migrations in the diocese of

Tortona in the XVIII century Kateryna Burkush (EUI, Firenze), Alternative Mobilities: Peasant Agency in the Ukrainian Village.

During the Population Resettlement Campaign in 1949-1954 16:30-17:15: Second session: Questions and answers about single papers and general discussion 17:15-18:15: Second session: Building a rural migration network?

16. Women and Trade Unions in Europe Panel 1: Trade Union Women’s Activism: Gender, Class, and Political System Nadia Varo Moral (Labour, Institutions and Gender-University of Barcelona), Women and Labour Movement under a Dictatorship Comisiones Obreras (Workers’ Comissions) in the area of Barcelona during Franco’s dictatorship (1964-1976) Anna Frisone (European University Institute), Trade Union Feminism across borders: a comparative perspective of 1970s Italian and French experiences, European University Institute Department of History and Civilization M V Shobhana Warrier (Department of History, Kamala Nehru College, Delhi University), Gender, class and community in the mobilisation of labour Ingrid Hayes (Centre d’histoire sociale du XXe siècle - Paris), La place des femmes dans les mobilisations sur les sites industriels, permanences et variations : les cas de La Redoute et Deffrenne à Roubaix dans les années 1970 Susan Zimmermann (Central European University, Hungary), Hungarian Trade Union Women and the Struggle for Equality and Difference at the Workplace, 1965-1980s Comment: Lars Berggren

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Panel 2: A Biographical Approach to Women and Trade Unions in Italian History: The Case of EmiliaRomagna Discussant: Kirsty Niskanen (Stockholm University) Anna Salfi/Fiorenza Tarozzi, Gendering the history and memory of Italian trade unions through

biography Elena Musiani, The basis of Italian trade unionism in a gender perspective: the long 19th

century Simona Salustri, Women and trade unions during the Fascist “ventennio” Eloisa Betti, Female trade unionists in Cold War Italy Roberta Mira, Writing the biographies of female trade unionists in the 21th century: a digital

humanities project Comment: Kirsti Niskanen

17. Factory Level Analysis: A Methodological Exploration Panel 1: The Transformation of the factory Görkem Akgöz, Back into the Factory: Writing Theory and Practice of the Industrial Workplace into
21stCentury History and Social Theory Lars K. Christensen, Between Fordism and unionism. Industrial relations at Ford Motor Company A/S in Denmark, 1919-1966 Jarmo Peltola, The development of production process and labor relations at Finlayson’s Cotton Mill in Tampere Finland, 1820-1918 Onur Can Taştan, Factory Regime and the Evolution of Workplace Union Organization: The Çayırova Plant in Turkey, 1963-1980 Discussant: Nico Pizzolato Panel 2 : Factory workers and the state Asli Odman, Ford Motor Company Export Inc., İstanbul 1925-1944 as a place of work, spatial enclave and territorial condensation Jorge Fontes, The Setenave shipyard: from workers' control to social pact Rory Archer and Goran Musić, The single factory case study in late-socialism. Methodological considerations from Yugoslavia in the 1970s and 1980s Erol Ülker, Class, Nation, and Workers: The Silahtarağa Power Plant in Istanbul, 1914-1928 Discussant: Marcel van der Linden Panel 3 : The Production of Politics and the Politics of Production on the Shop Floor Dimitros Kopanas, Printing for the Greek State: The Aspiotis-ELKA Graphic Arts Company

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Kostas Paloukis, Lanaras factory and the neighborhood of Peristeri, Athens: political and cultural ruptures of a new labor generation in interwar period Niccolo Serri, Unemployment welfare and industrial conflict in post-war Italy: the use of wage integration at Alfa Romeo Arese 1968-1987 Gülhan Balsoy, Female Workers, Tobacco Industry and Medicine: Gendered Experience of Work at Cibali Tobacco Factory Discussant: Leda Papastefanaki Panel 4: Labour relations and the production process Özgür Balkılıç, Negotating the Terms of Running the Factory: The Worker’s Invasion of the Türk DemirDöküm Factory, 1969 Matt Myers, The factory and the city – The methodological possibilities of factory-level analysis in the case of the Cowley car-factory, Oxford Irina Shilnikova, Labour stimulation of Soviet textile workers during the first five-year plan (19281932): Factory level analysis Karl Lauschke, The iron and steel plant in Bremen. A case study Discussant: Richard Croucher

18. The Problem of Worker Consent to Extreme-right Regimes and Movements Session 1 Stefano Musso, Fascist Trade Unions and Workers Davide Tabor, To be Fascists in thousand different ways. Workers Members of the PNF in Turin

(1922-1943) Edmondo Montali, Nazism and workers Vanessa Ferrari, The "Battle for the Soul of the German Workers": National Socialism and its Workers' Literature (1929-1933) Jorge Torre Santos, Franco’s Regime and workers Luigi Ambrosi, The propaganda of the Movimento sociale italiano (MSI) between 1960s and

1970s Session 2 Xavier Vigna, What workers tropism toward the far right parties in France? Gilda Zazzara, Workers and “leaguism”. The case of Veneto Dimitris Kalogiannidis, The institutional interventions of Metaxas Regime in the trade union

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Marko Grdešić, Images of populism and producerism: political cartoons from Serbia's “anti-

bureaucratic revolution” (1988) Maria Grazia Meriggi, Migrations, working class and xenophobic tendencies in France in the

1920’s and 1930’s

19. Internal Migrations and Labour History Organisers: Enrique Tudela (Universitat de Barcelona) and Anna Badino (Maison des Sciences de l'Homme) Ulla Aatsinki (University of Tampere), Migration, local communities and global economic ties in Northern Finland in the early 20th century Rubén Pallol Trigueros, Carlos Hernández Quero and Cristina de Pedro Álvarez (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), Immigrant workers in early 20th century in Madrid: survival strategies and employment niches in a city in transformation Carlo Capello (University of Turin), Family ties and translocal networks. The pizzaioli from Tramonti: an ethno-historical case-study Shai Srougo (University of Haifa), The affects of the costs of legal immigration on the labor market and movement in the 20th century

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ELHN Conference – Turin, 14-16 December 2015 Time Schedule

Plenary Sessions 14th December 2015 (Morning 9,00-12,45) 9 – 10,30: Registration of participants and welcome coffee 10,30 – 13,00: Introductory Plenary Session 11,30 – 12,45: Keynote speech - Labour History Perspecitve (Geoff Eley, University of Michigan)

16th December Afternoon (14,30-16.30) 14,30 – 16,30: Final Plenary Session (Chair Susan Zimmermann)

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Parallel Sessions 14th (afternoon) – 16Th (morning) December 2015

14 / 12 15 /12 15/12 16/12 14,30-18,15 09.00-13,00 14,30-18,15 09.0 -13,00 AULA F4 AULA D3 MAGNA MAGNA F4

Working Groups 1. Free and Unfree Labour

2. Gender, Labour and Modern History: What’s new in Europe? 3. Military Labour between XV and XX Century F3 4. New Directions in Imperial Labour History 5. Historical Cultures of Labour under Conditions of De- F2 industrialisation 6. Maritime Labour History D3 7. Labour in European Transport before the Coming of E2 the Railways 8. Women and Gender Relations in the Labour Force: The Case of Mining, 1500-2000 9. Wage Equality, Pay Equity and Equal Pay 10. Occupational Health and Safety: Collective Conflicts and Individual Litigations 11. Worker's Writing in Europe (19th-20th Centuries) F1 12. Italian Migration and Labour Movement in Switzerland 13. History and Historiography of Remuneration in the Long-term 14. Women Work in Rural Areas: A Long-term Perspective (XII-XXI Centuries) 15. Rural Migrations: Labour, Environment and Society 16. Women and Trade Unions in Europe 17. Factory Level Analysis: A Methodological Exploration 18. The Problem of Worker Consent to Extreme-right Regimes and Movements 19. Internal Migrations and Labour History C3 20. Strikes and Social Conflicts Database E3

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