Preliminary Programme

Showing: Family Economy (all days)
Wed 18 September
    14.00 - 18.00
    19.30 - 19.45
    19.45 - 21.00

Thu 19 September
    09.00 - 10.30
    11.00 - 12.30
    13.45 - 15.15
    15.45 - 17.15
    17.30 - 18.30

Fri 20 September
    09.00 - 10.30
    11.00 - 12.30
    13.45 - 15.15
    15.45 - 17.15
    17.30 - 19.00

Sat 21 September
    09.00 - 10.30
    11.00 - 12.30
    13.45 - 15.15

All days
Wednesday 18 September 2019 14.00 - 18.00
IIRE-0 WGMEETINGS Working Group Meetings
IIRE
Networks: Family Economy , Feminist Labour History , Free and Unfree Labour , Maritime Labour History , Remuneration and Bargaining Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -



Thursday 19 September 2019 11.00 - 12.30
C-4 FAM01 Child Labour I: Europe
Posthumus
Network: Family Economy Chairs: Manuela Martini, Maria Papathanasiou
Organizer: Maria Papathanasiou Discussant: Manuela Martini
Maria Papathanasiou : Historical Reflections on Children’s Role in European Family Economies : Some Short Introductory Remarks
Sietske Van den Wyngaert : The Pre-industrial Transformation of Child Labour. From Learning through Apprenticeships to being Employed as an Unskilled, Cheap Workforce? (1550-1800)



Thursday 19 September 2019 13.45 - 15.15
C-5 FAM02 Child Labour II: Europe and Beyond
Posthumus
Network: Family Economy Chair: Maria Papathanasiou
Organizers: Jesús Agua de la Roza, Martin Iturralde Valls, Maria Papathanasiou Discussant: Maria Papathanasiou
Miriam Forman-Brunell : Girlhoods, Girls’ Cultures and the Girling of Work in the US
Pedro Martins : Children, schooling and labour in Portugal: The view from the opposition (1926-1974)
Ludmilla Scheinkman : Childhood Experiences in Turn of the Century Argentina: Autobiographies, Work and Migration in a Peripheral Economy



Thursday 19 September 2019 15.45 - 17.15
C-6 FAM03 Gender and Household Budgets in Contemporary European History
Posthumus
Network: Family Economy Chair: Paula Rodriguez Modrono
Organizers: Cristina Borderias, Luisa Muñoz Abeledo Discussant: Veronica Canal
Daniel Castillo Hidalgo : Working hard and living worse. The living conditions of dockers at Dakar, 1910-1960
Gabriel Jover-Avella, Joana Maria Pujadas-Mora : Wages and earnings of female daily-workers at Early Modern Majorca
Celine Mutos Xicola : Family Budget of Textil Workers, the Exemple of Girona Workhouse (1780-1808)
Miguel Perez Perceval Verde, Ángel Pascual Martínez Soto, & Eva Trescastro López : Family Income in Spanish Mining, an Approximation (1870-1930)
Francesca Sanna : Quantify to control: the “rationalizing” use of family budgets by european mining companies during the interwar period.



Friday 20 September 2019 15.45 - 17.15
A-11 FEM01 Family labour in the long period. Gender roles, agency and boundaries
Nettlau
Networks: Family Economy , Feminist Labour History Chair: Cristina Borderias
Organizers: - Discussant: Leda Papastefanaki
Michalis Bardanis : Visible and Invisible Boundaries between the Household and the Workplace. The Case of the Family Brickworks in Athens, Greece, 1900 – 1940
Manuela Martini, Anne Montenach : Changing Family Workshops. Gender Roles and the Organization of Labour in Silk Fabrics (Lyon, 18th-19th Centuries)
Matthieu Schermann : A Family Business: Working and Trading at the End of the Middle Ages
Amal Shahid : Constructing Agency: Family Labour Migration and Informal Resistance on Construction Sites during 19th Century Famines in Colonial India
Beatrice Zucca Micheletto : Cottage Industry and Family Business: Paid and Unpaid Work in Middle and Lower Classes in Piedmont (18th-19th Centuries)



Saturday 21 September 2019 11.00 - 12.30
A-14 FEM02 Women in Trade Unions: obstacles, agency, resistance and personal constraints
Nettlau
Networks: Family Economy , Feminist Labour History Chair: Manuela Martini
Organizers: - Discussant: Silke Neunsinger
Paulo Marques Alves : One century of a difficult relationship between trade unions and women in Portugal
Shobhana Warrier : Work, regulation, union and women: A case study of cotton mills in colonial India, Madura 1914-1951.


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