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Wednesday 12 June 2024 16.00 - 17.30
A114 - INDE4 Lessons from the Past and Challenges of the Future
Network: Economic and Industrial Democracy Chair: P. Reick
S. Friedel : Industrial Democracy in Western Europe: Fantasy, Fiction, or Fact?
T. Jessen Adams : Social Compulsion, Workplace Democracy, and Political Economy in the U.S.: Notes for Critical-Historical Synthesis
M. Kabat : Argentine taken factories movement: A retrospective balance in the Latin American context

A138 - MIN1 Mining Mobilities across the Globe: Labour, Science, and Knowledge Circulation in Mining (15th-21st Century)
Network: Labour in Mining  
  Discussant: F. Sanna
L. D’Angelo : Mining Mobilities in Colonial West Africa: Circulation of Technology, Knowledge, Experience in Diamond Mining
C. Mamaloukaki : Heut and Geyler’s Agency in the Global Mining and Metallurgical Industry in the late 19th century
L. Ugbudian : Mining Mobilities and Circulation of Knowledge in Nigeria

A144 - MIG5 Labour migration, national development and international narratives
Network: Labour Migration History Chair: L. Venturas
S. Bernard : Yugoslavism in the workplace: self-managing employment abroad
D. Iordanidou : Year 1922 Refugees in Greece and Trade Unions: Stories the Judicial Archives can tell us
S. Zeric : "Workers abroad can also help the development of their local region": Yugoslavs' remittances factories

A156 - WPL1 Making and Remaking the Workplace: Gender, Technology and Power
Network: Workplaces: pasts and presents  
  Discussant: N. Pizzolato
J. Cousin : British Steamships and Colonial Seafarers: Spatial Dynamics and Connected Spaces (1914-1946)
B. Curtis : “Mining is Not Like Working in the Factory”: A Spatial History of Work in the Collieries of South Wales in the Twentieth Century
S. Ioannidis : The Spatial Aspect of Work in The Postwar White Goods Industry in Greece, 1950-1977
A. Odman : Waste Ships of the World as the Workspace: Shipbreaking Yards in Aliaga/Izmir, Turkey

B115 - FEM-WPL Women negotiating change in industrial workplaces across the 20th century
Network: Feminist Labour History Chair: G. Akgöz
  Discussant: G. Akgöz
D. Kirkby : Waterfront Women Navigating Male-Dominated Work
E. Robertson : On the Buses: Women Conductors and Drivers in the Australian Motorbus Industry
K. Wood : “Simply as cock and hen”: Australian women workers in the automobile industry

B125 - PUB-Round Anything new under the sun? Highlights from and reflections on ELHN-related publications. A Roundtable across Working Groups.
Network: round table  
Organizer: S. Zimmermann Discussants: A. Knotter, M. Martini, L. Papastefanaki, T. Petrik

B159 - PRE2 State and business actors creating precarity
Network: Precarious Labour Chair: N. T. Andersen
D. Antunes, M. Tunes : Labor Market Disorganization and Precariousness: The Occupational Profile of the Poor in Contemporary Brazil
T. Bergholm : Giving access to winter employment
A. Panagopoulos : Precarious Labour in the construction of Digital Society: the case of Digitalization Projects’ workers in Greece, 2004-2020
R. Thyagarajan : Sanitation at Whose Cost? Environmental Public Interest Litigation in 1990s India and the Judicial Construction of Precarity in Public Employment

H317 - FEM5 Tensions around women’s labour leadership: A biographical approach to the history of women’s labour activism
Network: Feminist Labour History  
  Discussant: L. Azara
A. Cova : Cécile Brunschvicg (1877-1946) and the politics of women’s work in a transnational gender perspective
R. Percy : ‘The good woman leader is the most womanly person. She doesn’t imitate men’: Female labour leadership in the early twentieth century
M. Tamboukou : The agonistics of love: eros in the labour movement
E. Varsa : “No one has raised their voice for the Gypsy, who works honestly and has always been outsider the law”: Mária László’s labour activism in 1930s-1950s Hungary

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