Preliminary Programme

Showing: room A (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 19.30 - 19.45
A-1 KEY00 Opening and welcome
Nettlau
Network: Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -



Wednesday 18 September 2019 19.45 - 21.00
A-2 KEY01 Key Note I: Marcel van der Linden - Why are traditional labour movements in trouble?
Nettlau
Network: 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



Thursday 19 September 2019 11.00 - 12.30
A-4 R&B05 Social Forces and Bargaining I
Nettlau
Network: Remuneration and Bargaining Chair: Michel Pigenet
Organizers: Stefano Bellucci, Andrea Caracausi, Corine Maitte, Brian Shaev Discussant: Andrea Caracausi
Samuel Andreas Admasie : Agency, Orientation and Position of Labour in the Ethiopian Political Economy: Strikes, Struggles and Wages, 1960-2010
Katalin Mária Kincses : Journeymen in the Hungarian Guilds in the 16-19th Centuries: their Organisations and Opportunities
Mercè Renom : Remunerations, Bargaining and Struggle in the Bakery Jobs in Seventeenth-nineteenth Century Barcelona: Changes and Continuities
Leonard Rosenband : Wages, Workload, and Labor Markets in Old Regime Papermaking: A Preliminary Sketch



Thursday 19 September 2019 13.45 - 15.15
A-5 R&B06 Social Forces and Bargaining II
Nettlau
Network: Remuneration and Bargaining Chair: Brian Shaev
Organizers: Stefano Bellucci, Andrea Caracausi, Corine Maitte, Brian Shaev Discussant: Michel Pigenet
Mario Grassi : Exaudita Sunt Verba Tua Opere Pie and the Remuneration of Silk Workers during Economic Crisis (Turin, 18th Century)
Mohamed Kasdi, Didier Terrier : Determination of Wages in the Large Textile Factories in France and Belgium (1850-1900)
Roberto Rossi : The Obrajes of the New Spain: Work Organization and Salary Structure between Free Bargaining and State Regulation (XVII – XVIII Centuries)
Renaud Seyfried : From the Mixed Wage to the Monetary Wage: the Conflict about the Embezzlement of Raw Material in Textiles Industries (Reims and Lyon, 18th and 19th Centuries)



Thursday 19 September 2019 15.45 - 17.15
A-6 R&B01 Labor Organisations and Unions
Nettlau
Network: Remuneration and Bargaining Chair: Stefano Bellucci
Organizers: Stefano Bellucci, Andrea Caracausi, Corine Maitte, Brian Shaev Discussant: Stefano Bellucci
Tuza Csilla : Apprenticeship in the Hungarian Guilds in the 16-19th Centuries: Remuneration and Punishment
Giovanni Favero : Making Corporatism Work: Wage Statistics and Wage Policy in Fascist Italy
Miguel Gabriel Garí Pallicer : The Worse, the Better? Bakers' Remuneration in a Mediterranean City (Palma de Mallorca. 16th-17th Centuries)
Craig Phelan : When too Little is too Much? Public Sector Remuneration in Francophone Africa
Francois Riviere : The Regulation of Remuneration and the Craft Institutions of Medieval Normandy (XIVth-XVth C.)



Thursday 19 September 2019 17.30 - 18.30
A-7 KEY02 Key Note II: Samita Sen - Care, Domesticity and Work: Some Critical Questions from the Global South
Nettlau
Network: Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -



Friday 20 September 2019 09.00 - 10.30
A-8 L&E01 Knowing and not-knowing colonial violence
Nettlau
Network: Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Yann Béliard : Colonial strikes and their metropolitan perceptions 1900-1920s
Justine Cousin : Colonial exploitation in the maritime industry. What was known and what was done
Gareth Curless : Colonial violence in the age of decolonisation
Nicholas Owen : Knowing and not-knowing colonial violence



Friday 20 September 2019 11.00 - 12.30
A-9 FUL03 Sites and fields of coercion I
Nettlau
Network: Free and Unfree Labour Chairs: -
Organizer: Christian G. De Vito Discussant: Christian G. De Vito
Adam Fagbore : The Temple as Site of Coercion in Pharaonic Egypt
Julia Giessler : Coercion in Babylonian Temples (7th – 5th c. B.C.E.)
Lisa Hagelin, Birgitta Leppänen Sjöberg : Constructing Differentiation of Masculinity within the Ancient Household- a Site of Coercion
Arjan Zuiderhoek : Ancient Greek Farms as Sites of Coercion? Free and Unfree Labour in the Ancient Greek Countryside



Friday 20 September 2019 13.45 - 15.15
A-10 FUL04 Sites and fields of coercion II
Nettlau
Network: Free and Unfree Labour Chairs: -
Organizer: Christian G. De Vito Discussant: Johan Heinsen
Aleksander Panjek : The Bloody Kiss of Freedom. The Mutiny on a Venetian Galley (1605): Life and Work Conditions of the Rowers
Nicola Pizzolato : Reconceptualising the Factory as Plant-ation: Race, Power and Control in a Detroit Factory
Amal Shahid : Re-‘constructing’ Labour Relations: Coercion in Public Works Construction as Part of Famine Relief in Colonial India c.1870-1914
Veruschka Wagner : Labourers, Beneficiaries, Founders: Slaves involved in Pious Foundations in the Early Modern Ottoman Empire



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)



Friday 20 September 2019 17.30 - 19.00
A-12 ROUND02 Round Table: When reproductive/subsistence labour and coercion intermingle: rethinking the others of free labor
Nettlau
Networks: Feminist Labour History , Free and Unfree Labour Chairs: -
Organizers: Johan Heinsen, Susan Zimmermann Discussants: -
Eloisa Betti : Rethinking precarious work beyondfree wage labour Precarity, informality and reproduction in the history of global capitalism
Eileen Boris : Between Free and Unfree Labor: Migrant Domestic Workers and the Employment Agency
Camille Fauroux : Coercion and Reproductive Labour: French Women Workers as Mothers in Berlin (1940-1945)
Oksana Koshulko : Possibility of free labour in cases of female immigrants in Turkey
Maria Tamboukou : Home-based work without home: forced displacement, unfree labour and radical hope
Aliki Vaxevanoglou : Time, Money, Labour, and Family: the Simple Commodity Production System



Saturday 21 September 2019 09.00 - 10.30
A-13 FAC03 The factory and its Aftermath: Transforming Spaces and Scales
Nettlau
Network: Factory History Chair: Asli Odman
Organizers: Gorkem Akgoz, Nicola Pizzolato Discussants: -
Elena Dinubila : Dangerous Transactions: Controversies related to the Disposal of Radioactive Waste at the Trisaia-Itrec of Rotondella (South of Italy)
Alexandru Lesanu : State Bureaucracy and Commodity Flows at a Transnistrian Sugar Factory (1898-2003)
Sandra Lourenço : From Textile Manufacturing to a Post-industrial Future: an Insight into Hong Kong’s Workplace “The Mills” and its European Partners
Zdenek Nebrensky : Spaces of Work and Industrial Capitalism on the Edge of the Empire: the Case of Cotton Mills in the Bohemian Lands during the Gründerzeit



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
Fanny Gallot, Paula Lenguita : The insubordination of the women workers in France and Argentina during wildcat strikes (1968-1975)
Paulo Marques Alves : One century of a difficult relationship between trade unions and women in Portugal
Sazzad Parwez : Women in Trade Union Movement of India
Shobhana Warrier : Work, regulation, union and women: A case study of cotton mills in colonial India, Madura 1914-1951.



Saturday 21 September 2019 13.45 - 15.15
A-15 ROUND01 Round Table: 1919-2019 ILO, Ideology and Labour Internationalism
Nettlau
Network: Chair: Nira Wickramasinghe
Organizers: - Discussants: Stefano Bellucci, Eileen Boris, Isabelle Lespinet-Moret, Holger Weiss


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