Preliminary Programme

Showing: Maritime Labour History (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: Feminist Labour History , Free and Unfree Labour , Maritime Labour History , Military Labour Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -



Thursday 19 September 2019 09.00 - 10.30
A-3 MAR04 Front Office, Back Office: Old and New Jobs in the Shipping Industry after 1850
Nettlau
Network: Maritime Labour History Chair: Jordi Ibarz
Organizers: Enric Garcia Domingo, Jordi Ibarz Discussants: -
Karel Davids : Passenger Pigeons. The Rise and Decline of Radio-operators in the Dutch Mercantile Marine in the 20th Century
Apostolos Delis, Thomas Kalesios : Working the Greek cargo steamers in late nineteenth, early twentieth century.
Enric Garcia Domingo : Between Sea and Land. Seamen in Port Services. Barcelona, 1870-1930
Kristof Loockx : From Sail to Steam: Labour Composition, Wage Distribution and Career Perspectives on Belgian Merchant Vessels, 1850-1900
Sari Mäenpää : From the Captain’s Tiger to the Chief Steward. Career Patterns of the Catering Personnel working on British Passenger Liners, 1860–1938



Friday 20 September 2019 09.00 - 10.30
C-8 MAR02 Seafarers and Seafarers
Posthumus
Network: Maritime Labour History Chair: Katerina Galani
Organizers: Enric Garcia Domingo, Jordi Ibarz Discussants: -
Matteo Barbano : Crime and Class Struggle between Decks: the case of Che Austrian Lloyd
Alkis Kapokakis : The Social Insurance for Seafarers in the Early Years of the Foundation of the Greek State. Some Preliminary Thoughts about Greek Seamen’ s Pensions Fund.
David Lacerda : Shipbuilding and Labour History: the Case of Brazilian Naval Shipyards in the Nineteenth Century
Tomas Nilson : Moving in, moving out and moving about” – Migration Flows of Seafarers as seen by the Census Records, Gothenburg ca. 1880-1930



Friday 20 September 2019 11.00 - 12.30
C-9 MAR01 Ports and Maritime Communities
Posthumus
Network: Maritime Labour History Chair: Álvaro Garrido
Organizers: Enric Garcia Domingo, Jordi Ibarz Discussants: -
Marco Caligari : The Sea in the Factories. The Containerization and the FIAT Transformations. (1967 -2000)
Daniel Castillo Hidalgo, Veronica Canal : Working for the Empire: the Structure of Wages of the Public Sector at the Port of Dakar (1911-1960)
Jordi Ibarz : Proletarization and Social Ascent in Maritime Loading and Unloading. Boats and Cranes in the Port of Barcelona, 1835-1880
Eduard Page : The Socio-professional Transformation of la Barceloneta in the XIXth Century: Labor Strategies and Demographic Behavior in the Twilight of the Age of Sail
Shai Srougo : Great Entrepreneurs, Medium-sized Businessmen and Workers: the Jews and Sea in Thessaloniki (1920-1925)



Friday 20 September 2019 13.45 - 15.15
C-10 MAR03 Labour Markets
Posthumus
Network: Maritime Labour History Chair: Karel Davids
Organizers: Enric Garcia Domingo, Jordi Ibarz Discussants: -
Justine Cousin : Colonial Seafarers Creating a Trans-imperial Space. British Empire and Steamship Labour Circulations (1850-1950)
Katerina Galani : From Shipowners to Engineers. Labour Market Trajectories during the Transition from Sail to Steam
Gila Hadar : From Sicily to Salonika Jewish Fishermen as part of Mediterranean Net(work)?
I.E. Johnson-White : Desertion & Destitution: Britain and Indian Merchant Seamen, 1939-45
Camilo Santibanez : From the Foremen’s Taverns to 'Redondilla' and 'Turno Numerado': the Emergence of the Rotating Systems at the Saltpeter and Coal Chilean Docks' in the Early 20th Century


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