Onderzoekt en verzamelt de geschiedenis van werk, werkenden en arbeidsverhoudingen wereldwijd

What is the working class?

Datum: 
21 april 2006 tot 22 april 2006
Locatie: 
Amsterdam

The International Institute of Social History will organize a small workshop on the question 'What is the working class?' The central issue is the clarification of theoretical issues, focusing on the nature and boundaries of the world working class.

For a kick off of the debate see the LabourAgain discussion 'Reconceptualising the Working Class'.
The convenors of the workshop, Peter Alexander (University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg) and Marcel van der Linden (IISH), intend to publish edited versions of the papers presented as an edited volume.

The following scholars will participate: Gilbert Achcar (Centre Marc Bloch, Berlin), Jairus Banaji (Bombay), Henry Bernstein (SOAS, London), Carolyn Brown (Rutgers University), Alex Callinicos (King’s College, London), Simon Clarke (Warwick), Mike Gonzalez (Glasgow), Rohini Hensman (Bombay), Reinhart Koessler (Münster), Martin Legassick (University of the Western Cape, Ronaldo Munck (Liverpool), Karl Heinz Roth (Bremen).