Programme

Showing: Labour and Family Economy (all days)
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
Tuesday 11 June 2024 14.00 - 15.30
B159 -2 FAM1 Labour, gender and social mobility during the industrialization. I: Institutional and organisational changes and social mobility
SAL 32.4
Network: Labour and Family Economy Chairs: -
Organizers: L. F. Alos, C. Lorandini Discussant: M. Martini
M. C. Jou : Labour family mobility of rural artisans in Catalonia: case study of construction artisans (1750-1805)
L. F. Alos : Technical change, changes in labor markets and social mobility in wine-growing and proto-industrial Catalonia (18th-19th centuries)
C. Lorandini : Black swans? Female overseers in the silk industry: evidence from Tyrol in the 19th century
M. Renom : The liberalization of food markets and the social mobility in the horticultural and poultry sectors (Barcelona, 18th-19th centuries)



Wednesday 12 June 2024 09.00 - 10.30
B159 -3 FAM2 Labour, gender and social mobility during the industrialization. II: Education and social mobility
SAL 32.4
Network: Labour and Family Economy Chairs: -
Organizers: L. F. Alos, C. Lorandini Discussant: M. Martini
L. Henderson, M. Kaiser : The political economy of skills, occupational entitlements, and social immobility: evidence from industrialising Coventry, 1790-1830
R. Hettiarachchi : The social mobility of Indian immigrant plantation women workers of British colonial Sri Lanka (19th century)
M. Kaiser, L. Henderson : The political economy of skills, occupational entitlements, and social immobility: evidence from industrialising Coventry, 1790-1830
G. Kitsoleris : Intra-generational social mobility in terms of occupation in Greece. The effect of crisis and overeducation on career mobility in a segmented labour market
A. Mayer : Aspirations to social mobility among the working and lower middle classes in German-speaking Central Europe, 1840-1914



Wednesday 12 June 2024 11.00 - 12.30
B159 -4 FAM3 Labour and Old Age / Labouring Elderly
SAL 32.4
Network: Labour and Family Economy Chair: M. Papathanassiou
Organizers: - Discussants: C. Borderias, C. Mutos Xicola
J. McFarland : Elderly workers, the household, and the parish in seventeenth-century Venice
M. Papathanassiou : Poverty, labour and family economy in old age: Street-workers in mid-19th century London / Rural servants in the early 20th century Austrian Alps
L. Pelzl : Social Mobility between Middle and Old Age in 17th and 18th-century Germany
C. Uppenberg : Challenging the domestic: Care work, generation change and the gendered social reproduction of a semi-landless class in 19th century Sweden.
B. Zucca : Elderly people at work in preindustrial urban Piedmont: an overview from families and charity institutions



Thursday 13 June 2024 14.00 - 15.30
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)


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