Programme

Showing: Thursday 13 June 2024 14.00 - 15.30 (single time slot)
Tue 11 June
    11.00 - 12.30
    14.00 - 15.30

Wed 12 June
    09.00 - 10.30
    11.00 - 12.30
    14.00 - 15.30
    16.00 - 17.30

Thu 13 June
    09.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 12.30
    14.00 - 15.30
    16.00 - 17.30

Fri 14 June
    09.00 - 17.00

All days
Thursday 13 June 2024 14.00 - 15.30
A138 -9 MIN3 Mining Mobilities across the Globe: Labour, Science, and Knowledge Circulation in Mining (15th-21st Century) III Moving Knowledge, Moving Workers: Capitalism, Gender, and the Environment
SAL 32.1
Network: Labour in Mining Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussant: L. Papastefanaki
T. Cleveland : The Impact on Spousal Accompaniment Rates Due to Prior Knowledge about Labor Conditions on Angola’s Colonial-era Diamond Mines, 1919-1975
O. Coughlan : Cantines, cantiniers, and the contestation of colonial oppression in the Gard coalfield, c.1920-1940
B. Fabrucci : We Want You! Selection Procedures for German Mines in the foreign refugee camps in Italy
D. Valinsena : Coal Lives. Migration, Toxicity, and the Heritage of Industrialization in Belgium


A144 -9 DEI-CEE3 Ethnic Identities and Industrial Memory 3
SAL 48.2
Network: Memory and Deindustrialisation Chair: J. Golombek
Organizers: M. Harlov-Csortán, T. Valuch, C. Wicke Discussant: S. Berger
I. D. Martínez : Asturias and the Basque Country. The Omission of Industrial Memory in the Construction of their National Identities
L. MacKinnon : Don’t Forget Where You’re From:” Ethnic Identity and Industrial Memory in Whitney Pier, Nova Scotia.
G. Moulton : Steeple and Smokestack: Industry and Ethnic Identity in Polish and Hungarian American Church Murals


A156 -9 WPL3 Roundtable: Spatialising the Workplace in Global Perspective: Multiscalar Approaches to Work and Space in Bulgaria, India and Turkey
SAL 32.2
Network: Workplaces: pasts and presents Chairs: -
Organizers: G. Akgöz, D. Kofti, C. Strümpell Discussant: N. Pizzolato


B139 -9 EDU2 Workers’ education in Europe from the 1800s until today, II Book workshop.
SAL 32.3
Network: Workers' Education Chairs: -
Organizers: J. Jansson, J. Söderqvist Discussants: -
J. Jansson : International Federation of Workers’ Education Associations: contested cross-national cooperation
F. Laot : Film and Workers’ Education in the International Labour Movement. Someone Knocks at the Door: a film that caused controversy in the Cold War context
S. Moitra : Great Expectations: German Coal Mining, the Labour Movement and the Question of Vocational Schools
L. Rahm : Educating Workers for Automation: Imaginaries and Problematisations of Reformist Education in Swedish Trade Union Films in the 1950s and 1980s
J. Söderqvist : Workers’ Education and Social Mobility in Sweden


B153 -9 FAM-MAR Gender in Fishing and Maritime Communities: Women, Labour Markets, and Family Living Standards in Coastal Europe
SAL 48.1
Network: Labour and Family Economy Chairs: -
Organizer: L. M. Abeledo Discussants: -
D. J. Albero Santacreu, A. D. G. : Selling fish at the wholesale market: the role of patronas in the socioeconomic organization of the fishing communities of Mallorca (1944-2003)
V. Canal, L. Munoz-Abeledo : Business women in Spanish port cities (1880-1913)
M. Carballal : Women's work in fish-canning industry in the port of Vigo during Franco's regime: wages and family income
S. Chatzopoulou : Representations of women and their labour in fishing and other occupations in Early Modern and Modern English Broadside Ballads
A. Dominguez Garcia, D. J. A. : Selling fish at the wholesale market: the role of patronas in the socioeconomic organization of the fishing communities of Mallorca (1944-2003)
L. M. Abeledo, V. Canal : Business women in Spanish port cities (1880-1913)


B159 -9 PRE4 Organizing strategies against precarity
SAL 32.4
Network: Precarious Labour Chair: R. Kösters
Organizers: - Discussants: -
J. Apelt : The organising efforts of workers at the grocery delivery company Gorillas in Berlin
T. Holmlund : The Role of Trade Unions in Precarisation: ILO's Negotiations on Employment Security 1990-2020
W. Koppmann : Yiddish Labor Worlds in Buenos Aires, 1905-1930: Work Relations, Labor Movement, and Trade Union Organization
H. R. Watanabe : Labour market deregulation and union response to precarious work in Japan since the 1990s


F416 -9 MAR2 MARITIME LABOUR AND SOCIAL MOBILITY
SAL 32.5
Network: Maritime Labour History Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
E. Garcia-Domingo, J. I. : “Patronos” of coastal trade and social mobility in the port of Barcelona, 1850-1872.
P. Guimarães : Intergenerational Social Mobility in Portuguese coastal town, 1880s to 1950s
J. Ibarz, E. G. : “Patronos” of coastal trade and social mobility in the port of Barcelona, 1850-1872.
D. Muntané Pueyo, B. J. v. : The maritime “patronos” of Tarragona, Spain, during the nineteenth century: a look at the of the elites of the merchant marine, fishing, and port labor.
E. Page : From artisans to industrialists: the socio-economic mobility of ropemakers and sailmakers in Barcelona
B. von Briesen, D. M. : The maritime “patronos” of Tarragona, Spain, during the nineteenth century: a look at the of the elites of the merchant marine, fishing, and port labor.


H137 -9 ARC2 Gender and work in the Arctic region
SAL 32.6
Network: Arctic and Indigenous Labour Chair: S. Neunsinger
Organizers: - Discussant: S. Neunsinger
B. Keisu : Working as a reindeer herder - A study of gender, race and place within concession- and forest Sami reindeer husbandry in the northernmost of Sweden
D. M. Kristensen : The working history of the fishing industry in Greenland
J. Overud : The AMU/AMO re-training of northern rural labour: Gender segregation during industrialization and colonization in Sweden and Norway 1961-2023


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