Conducts research and collects data on the global history of labour, workers, and labour relations

Lecture Silke Neunsinger

26 June 2012
IISH, Amsterdam

Lecture by Silke Neunsinger on Practising entangled history.

Silke Neunsinger is Associate Professor in economic history and Coordinator of Research at the Labour Movement Archives and Library in Stockholm. She has been a researcher in the Department of Economic History, the Centre for Feminist research, and the Department of History at Uppsala University, Sweden. Her research deals with women’s right in the labor market, women in international and transnational social movements, and the global history of consumer cooperatives. She has also worked and published on methodological issues and comparative history.
She published the book Gendered Money. Financial Organization in Women's Movements, 1880-1933in the IISH series International Studies in Social History.