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Christian de Vito and the Latin American Labour Congress
LATIN AMERICAN LABOUR CONGRESS .  Work and Labourers – Past and Present La Paz, Bolivia – 2-8 May 2017On 2-8 May 2017, the Latin...
Video van bijeenkomst Flexibilisering in Scandinavië
Video van de bijeenkomst op 23 maart in Pakhuis de Zwijger in de reeks #detoekomstvanwerk. Het IISG is partner van deze reeks,...
Lecture by Christian de Vito, 'Precarious Pasts'
Precarious Pasts. Labour flexibility and labour precariousness as conceptual tools for the historical study of the interactions...
Coin Production in the Low Countries: introduction
The IISH research project ‘Coin Production in the Low Countries, fourteenth century to the present’ by Jaco Zuijderduijn, Rombert...
Latin American Labour Congress. Work and Labourers. Past and Present.
The Congress, following the experience of the IISG, will cover the period since 1500.  There will be around 60 expositions, 12...
Bestaat de vakbeweging straks nog? Boekpresentatie en paneldiscussie
Tijd: 16.00 - 18.00 uur. Inloop vanaf 15.30 uurAanmelden via secretar[at]iisg.nl onder vermelding van 'Broodnodig'.De Nederlandse...
IRSH Special Issue
"Conquerors, Employers and Arbiters: States and Shifts in Labour Relations, 1500–2000",  IRSH latest Special Issue (vol 61 no 24...
ELHN Conference - Call for Papers
The 2nd European Labour History Network Conference will be held in Paris on November 2nd, 3rd and 4th, 2017, following the 1st...
Coin Production in the Low Countries: Visualization & Query
The data of the research project Coin Production in the Low Countries, 14th century-present is visualized in the application in...
Coin Production in the Low Countries: datasets
On this page you find the datasets of the joint research project Coin Production in the Low Countries, 1334-1789 by IISH/NEHA and...
Coin Production in the Low Countries
This website includes datasets on coin production in the Southern and Northern Low Countries (present-day Netherlands, Belgium...
ISHA Newsletter
The International Social History Association (ISHA) published its November 2016 Newsletter (vol. 5 no. 1).CONTENTS:1. 'Capitalism...
Workshop: Wage Analysis in a Globalising Environment
In its multi-annual research program WAGE develops three main research areas:1. Global convergence of regional wage Wages and...
Publieksavond: Diversiteit Werkt
Start:19:30 uurAmsterdam is de meest multiculturele stad ter wereld, zo luidt de website van de Gemeente Amsterdam. Met 180...
Video: The Future of Work - The Robot as a colleague
'Help the robots are coming!' or 'Robots take our jobs': the media are full of this kind of disturbing reports of robotics and...
Publieksavond: De Robot als Collega
Over nieuwe kansen op de arbeidsmarkt en de rol van technologieDinsdag 27 september: 20:00 uur Pakhuis de Zwijger, AmsterdamHelp...
Latin America Labour Congress
LATIN AMERICAN LABOR CONGRESS Work and Labourers – Past and Present La Paz, Bolivia – 3-6 May 2017INSTITUTIONS:  IISH -...
Lecture: Globale Geschichte der Arbeit by Marcel van der Linden
The German Trade-union Confederation DGB will organize a debate on Global Labour History and its relevance for current trade-...
Conference in honour of Jan Breman
"Informalizing Economies:The Present and Past of the Social Question at a Global Level"
Cooperation IISH and Pakhuis de Zwijger
Fall 2016, the IISH is the  principal program partner of Pakhuis Willem de Zwijger (Amsterdam) in the series ‘The Future of Work...
Verslag What's New? Flexibilisering Arbeidsmarkt
Donderdag 25 februari was de start van de reeks 'What's New?' waarin het IISG laat zien dat we meer kunnen leren van het verleden...
"On Pauperism in Present and Past"
is the title of the new book by IISH’s honorary fellow Jan Breman. In this book Breman argues that the poor in India are getting...
The General Labour History of Africa, Second authors’ conference
The second General Labour History of Africa (GLHA) conference will be held from 10 to 12 December 2015 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania...
'At work in Mozambique', photos by Ernst Schade
For this collection highlight we made a selection from Ernst Schade’s photos, based on the theme 'Labour' in Southern Africa. We...
Article IISH-Researcher most popular
IISH researcher Richard Zijdeman is co-author of the number one most downloaded article in Historical Methods, a Journal of...
De Strijd-rondleiding: De ideale arbeider. Een ochtend over Henri Polak
Dit najaar zendt de VARA de serie De Strijd uit, over de geschiedenis van de arbeider in Nederland. Hiervoor is veel onderzoek...
Three new senior researchers for IISH
As of September 1st the Institute welcomes three new senior researchers:Bas van LeeuwenBas van Leeuwen studied Dutch Law,...
Runaways: Desertion and Mobility in Global Labor History, c. 1650-1850
International Institute of Social HistoryDepartment of History, University of PittsburghEarly modern globalization depended on...
INDOC database
The INDOC database contains 24.766 references to articles on labour in Indonesian newspapers between 1996 and 2009.From 1996 to...
CfP Workshop 'Commodity Frontiers'
Workshop“COMMODITY FRONTIERS: A RESEARCH AGENDA"4‐5 December, 2015The transformation of the global countryside through the...
Bread from the Lion's Mouth
The newly awakened interest in the lives of craftspeople in Turkey is highlighted in this collection, which uses archival...
CfP XI International Conference on Labour History
THE ASSOCIATION OF INDIAN LABOUR HISTORIANS and V.V. GIRI NATIONAL LABOUR INSTITUTE, 21-23 MARCH 2016 AT V.V. GIRI NATIONAL...
CfP: Runaways: Desertion and Mobility in Global Labor History, c. 1650-1850
Call for papers, deadline 15 April 2015Early modern globalization depended on the mobility and work of millions of workers who...
'Latin America and Caribbean Network on Labour History' web launch
In Buenos Aires, at the Universidad Nacional de San Martín, on March 10 Rossana Barragán will launch the web-page about research...
Rickshaw Revolt
An American entrepreneur proposed to import several hundred rickshaws in Manila, the capital of the Philippines, in 1902. The...
Lunch seminar by Naaborko Sackeyfio-Lenoch
Naaborko Sackeyfio-Lenoch will give a lunch seminar titled: 'Nation-building, the labor movement and Transnational networks in an...
International Workshop on Wage Labour, Capital and Precarity in African and Global History
The international workshop is organised by the International Institute of Social History, the Institute for History of Leiden...
Lecture by Leon Fink
On March 25th  Leon Fink will give a lecture at the IISH"The German-Anglo-American Labor Entente: Origins of the ‘European Model...
Exhibition 'Jubilee on a plate'
The 80th anniversary of the IISH (1935-2015) is a good reason to pay attention to special jubilee objects: pottery jubilee-,...
Lecture by Sjoukje van der Meulen
"The Role of Labour in Post-Cultural Revolution Chinese Art"
International Workshop on the Comparative Social Histories of Labour in the Oil Industry
Following the earlier organized workshops and conferences on the comparative social histories of labour in the oil industry, the...
Workshop The Impact of Family and Demography on Labour Relations Worldwide, 1500-2000
Program Workshop The Impact of Family and Demography on Labour Relations Worldwide, 1500-2000, 12-13 December 2014Part of the...
Book Launch Rana Behal
On Thursday 4 December at 14.00 AM Rana Behal will present his book:One Hundred Years of Servitude: Political Economy of Tea...
Labour History in Africa
The 2014 issue of the Cambridge Journal History in Africa – now online - has a special section on Labour History in Africa (...
Thesis defence Kaveh Ehsani
On October 2nd Kaveh Ehsani successfully defended his thesis at Leiden University.“The Social History of Labor in the Iranian Oil...
Carriers of Culture
On the 996th day of his expedition tracing the course of the Congo river, the British explorer Henry Morton Stanley approached...
Meeting: Towards a General Labour History of Africa: An ILO Project
Round table meeting on behalf of the IISH and the ILO with Andreas Eckert, Ugo Nwokeji, Hanan Sabea and Stefano BelluchiDate: 27...
Protest in Phnom Penh
Tens of thousands of people demonstrated in the streets of Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, demanding new elections and the...
Fettered Workers
The construction of public works in India was brought under the supervision of the Military Board of the East India Company on 3...
Call Center Workers
Critics refer to call-centers as modern-day sweat-shops. The call-center industry in the Philippines has exploded: there are 400....
Hostile Handloom Weavers
Antagonism between the various religious communities in 19th century Damascus was exacerbated by the growing gap between the rich...
"The Slave Next Door"
Construction is a labour field that is ripe for trafficking. In 2006, the Trans Bay Steel Company in California was involved in a...
Attitudes to Work and Workers
The latest issue of Tijdschrift voor Sociale en Economische Geschiedenis (TSEG 2014, jrg 11 no 1) is largely devoted to "Worthy...
Mississippi River Workers
'The average Mississippi River roustabout is a strong black fellow, who has probably been a slave, and leaves the plantation for...
Bondage. Labor and Rights in Eurasia
For the first time, this book provides the global history of labor in Central Eurasia, Russia, Europe, and the Indian Ocean...
Boekpresentatie en debat: De VOC en vroegmoderne Globalisering
17:00 - 19:00 uurDe Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie (VOC) wordt vaak de eerste multinational ter wereld genoemd. De Compagnie...
Fighting for a Living
This unique volume investigates the circumstances that have produced starkly different systems of recruiting and employing...
CfP International Worlds of Labor Conference
III International “Worlds of Labor” Conference • Salvador, Bahia • BrazilUniversidade do Estado da BahiaThe members of the...
Fighting for a Living
Historians have long overlooked the labour involved in soldiering. With the publication of Fighting for a Living, the world of...
Labour under Fascism
On 10 November 1937, Brazils reigning president Getúlio Vargas seized emergency powers and promulgated a new constitution. The '...
First Eight-hour Day in 1856
Sydney and Melbourne building workers were the first in the world to gain an eight-hour day. The Australian gold rushes in the...
Conference 'General Labour History of Africa'
The first Authors’ Meeting for Volume II (1900-2000) of The General Labour History of Africa project will take place from 11-12...
A Cup of Assam Tea
The first auction of Assam tea on January 10, 1839, in London created a lot of excitement.  Connoisseurs described it as 'good,...
Producing silver for the world
The silver trade powered global connections for more than three centuries, and from 1450 to 1800, 85% of the world’s silver...
European Labour History Network
On 12 October 2013, the European Labour History Network (ELHN) was established during a meeting at the IISH in Amsterdam.The ELHN...
Indigo Workers
'Nildarpan' or the 'Indigo Planting Mirror', a play on the Bengal indigo plantation written by Dinabandhu Mitra, was first...
Of Tub and Toil
The second edition of the Chicago World Fair opened on 26 May 1934. The impressive building of the Kohler Sanitation Company was...
Conference: Labour History – A Return to Politics?
X International Conference on Labour History organized by the Association Of Indian Labour Historians and V.V. Giri National...
Serfdom Abolished
In an 'Emancipation Manifesto' dated 3 March 1861, Czar Alexander II of Russia officially abolished serfdom in the Russian Empire...
Universal Workplace
On 5 December 1585, La Piazza Universale di tutte le Professione del Mondo (the Universal Workplace of all the Professions in the...
Outlines of a History of Labour
The scope of contemporary labour history research has broadened considerably, with regard to time frames and geographic space....
Global Labour Needs Research
In 'Outlines of a History of Labour', IISH Honorary Fellow Jan Lucassen provides insights about what we can learn from the new...
Overseer Attacked
In the fermenting shed of a tobacco company on Sumatra's East coast, overseer mr. Lühmann was attacked and severely wounded by...
Output Figures
In the month of March 1900, 2106 convicts and 719 contractors in the Ombilin mines, West Sumatra, produced 16417 tons of coal,...
Luxury and Labour
IISH is engaged in a research project 'Luxury and Labour, a global trajectory of diamond consumption and production, 16th -19th...
White Coal
In the French Alps the water bubbles and rushes very rapidly. In 1869 Aristide Bergès, a paper manufacturer, had an idea to...
Ravi Agarwal - Down and Out
This is a exhibition of 53 photographs by Ravi Agarwal. Most of them were taken in the Indian state of Gujarat in 1997-1999, for...
Seminar: Labour and Road Construction in Colonial Ghana
Seminar on the Research Paper “Labour in the Construction of 'the Great North Road' in Gold Coast (Ghana): 1900-1942” by Dr....
Praise for IISH
The Institute and its Global Labour History Research Program were paid a high tribute by the late professor David Montgomery, one...
Plants, People and Work
The project Plants, People and Work: The Social History of Cash Crops in Asia, 18th to 20th Centuries started in 2007with a  500,...
General Labour History of Africa
The project for a General Labour History of Africa (GLHA) is designed to fill the gap in the literature on the history of Africa...
Panel: Workers across Africa
Panel Workers across Africa: global and transnational labour history and labour studies, organized at the 5th European Conference...
Global Labour History Worldwide
The leading French social history journal Le Mouvement Social has embraced IISH's Global Labour History approach.Its latest issue...
Festschrift for Marcel van der Linden
The Global Labour History approach, developed within the IISH research department, is more and more being followed outside the...
Grant for Global Labour History Research
A generous grant from the Gerda Henkel Stiftung in Düsseldorf will enable the Global Collaboratory on the History of Labour...
Labour in Africa
Under the auspices of the International Institute of Social History and the International Labour Organization (ILO),...
Labour, Coercion, and Economic Growth in Eurasia
The history of the forms of “free” labour is intimately linked to that of coerced labour. In this book, worldwide acknowledged...
Industrial Innovation
In the Alps the water bubbles and rushes very rapidly. Aristide Bergès, a French paper manufacturer, had an idea to transfer the...
Knights of Labor Desponding
The Canadian Knights of Labor feel misunderstood, says their Canadian Labor Reformer in September 1887. They complain about...
Human Interest
Labor Daily, the official organ of the labor movement in Australia, mainly features friendly news about sports and human interest...
Spanish Delegation Arouses Many Cheers
At the third Olympic games for workers in Antwerp in 1937, the threat of fascism was clearly visible. The communists had always...
The Strong for the Weak
'Zonnestraaldag' (Sun Beam day) is a day to collect money for sanatorium Zonnestraal in Hilversum, Holland. This hospital for...
Banners against President Estrada
Following a long, successful career as a film actor and mayor, Joseph Estrada attained the highest office in the Philippines in...
No Prospects for Romanians
During the economic crisis of the thirties, the labour movement in Romania sees no better trade ahead. "If you don't have work,...
Worthy Efforts
In Worthy Efforts Catharina Lis and Hugo Soly offer an innovative approach to the history of perceptions and representations of...
Wages and Currency
Visualizing Wage PaymentsIn Wages and Currency. Global Comparisons from Antiquity to the Twentieth Century, an interdisciplinary...
Working on Labor
This collection of seventeen essays takes its inspiration from the scholarly achievements of the Dutch historian Jan Lucassen....
Workshop: Global History of Shipbuilding Labour
Workshop as part of IISH reseach project In the Same Boat? Shipbuilding and ship repair workers: a global labour history (1950-...
49th Linz Conference
Towards a Global History of Domestic Workers and CaregiversThe conference focuses on the global history of domestic workers in...
Labor Relations in the Lusophone World, 1800-2000
Concept Programme for workshop 'Labor Relations in the Lusophone World, 1800-2000'14.00 – 14.40: Sónia Ferreira, Antonio Monteiro...
Global Convict Labour Conference
The conference explores the history of convict labour from a global and long-term (1500-2010) perspective.The work of inmates is...
History of Labour Relations, 1500-2000
Final Workshop of the Global Collaboratory on the History of Labour Relations, 1500-2000
Selling Sex in the City
The aim of this project is to write a global and comparative history of female prostitution from 1600 to the present....
Lecture by Antoinette de Vlieger
Lecture: "Labour relations of domestic workers in the Middle East" by Antoinette de VliegerStarting time: 15:00 
ILO Histories
In 2009, the International Labour Organization (ILO) celebrated its ninetieth anniversary. The First World War and the...
Grenzenüberschreitende Arbeitergeschichte / Labour History Beyond Borders
The eleven essays collected in this volume deal with important aspects of the historical and contemporary development of the...
Conference: Selling Sex in the City
Conference: "Selling Sex in the City: Prostitution in World Cities, 1600 to the Present".Concluding conference of the project...
History of Labour Relations 1500-2000
The International Institute of Social History is working on a Global Collaboratory on the History of Labour Relations in the...
Labour in the Iranian Oil Industry
As the world's most important source of energy, the Middle East has emerged as the key to the stability of global economy. With...
CLIO-Infra
The CLIO-Infra project will create a set of interconnected historical databases on worldwide social, economic and institutional...
Fighting for a Living
This three-year research programme is a comparative study of military recruitment in Europe, the Middle East and Asia, 1500-2000...
Global Labour History
Global Labour History is not a theory but a field of attention. It concerns the history of all those people who through their...
What is the working class?
The International Institute of Social History will organize a small workshop on the question 'What is the working class?' The...
Mine Workers in Pakistan
A recent collection of photographs and audio tapes documents the harsh working lives of those who labour in the coal, salt, and...
Mensen aan het werk
Mensen aan het werk is een selectie foto's van Ben van Meerendonk op Flickr.People at work is a selection of photos by Ben van...
Changing Labour Relations in Asia
Asian economies and societies have attracted close attention from policy makers, international development institutions and...
Asian Labour
Asian Labour: A Debate on Culture, Consciousness and Representations(Papers based on the Manila workshop, 23-25 October 1997)...
A Study of Industrial Labour in Post-Colonial India
A Study of Industrial Labour in Post-Colonial India - Jan Breman1. Constituting labour2. A Deficient Workforce3. Rejection of the...
Labour in Southeast Asia
In the first volume of the new book series Changing Labour Relations in Southeast Asia, that the IISH publishes with...
The Ashgate Companion to the History of Textile Workers
This impressive collection offers the first systematic global and comparative history of textile workers over the course of 350...
Labour Contracts and Labor Relations
Based on a collection of labour contracts and other documents, this book examines the legal, economic and social relations of...
Dock Workers
Workers who loaded and unloaded ships have formed a distinctive occupational group over the past two centuries. As trade expanded...
High-cost Activism and the Worker Household
High-cost Activism and the Worker Household: Revolutionary Activism among Phillippine plantation workers....
Labour in the Iranian Oil Industry
The Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) awarded a grant of € 530.000 to launch a grand project on the social...
HISCO - History of Work
Central to social, economic and labour history is the world of work, as known by occupational activities and titles. Yet research...
Grant for Clio-Infra
Dutch Science Funding organisation NWO has announced it will subsidize the project CLIO-Infra, in which the IISH participates....
Illegal but Licit
Transnational Flows and Permissive Polities in Asia.Willem van Schendel (Asia Department, IISH & University of Amsterdam) has...
Social History of Labour in the Iranian Oil Industry (1908 - 2008)
A Social History of Labour in the Iranian Oil Industry is a research project at the International Institute of Social History (...
Past and Present of the International Labour Organization
Programme and Participants The ILO in Past and Present: A state of the art (Bob Reinalda, Radboud University of Nijmegen &...
Arbeid in de Zeventiende Eeuw
Arbeid in de Zeventiende Eeuw22e Conferentie Werkgroep Zeventiende EeuwIn de zeventiende eeuw maakte de Republiek een snelle...
Towards Global Labour History: New Comparisons
An International Workshop organized by Association of Indian Labour Historians (India) under the SEPHIS Programme and the...
Abolition of the Slave Trade
The colloquium focused on the long-term consequences of the British abolition of the Atlantic slave trade (1807-8). The...
Arvind N. Das Memorial Lecture
On March 19, 2004 Prof. dr. Marcel van der Linden, research director of the IISH, delivered the third Arvind N. Das Memorial...
Sugarlandia - Re-Thinking Sugar Colony in the Asia-Pacific Region in a Global Context
Program and ParticipantsRoger Knight: Sugarlandia. Re-Thinking the Sugar Colony in the Asia-Pacific Region, 1850-1940 (Workshop's...
Labour History of Russia and the Soviet Union: Work in Progress
The conference brought together specialists on Russian and Soviet labour history from North America, Western and Eastern Europe,...
Indentured Plantation Labour
BackgroundFour Australian historians (Rob Castle, Jim Hagan, Roger Knight and Andrew Wells) have been working over many years on...
Masterclass on Global Labour History
On 25 November 2010 the IISH celebrates its 75th Anniversary. One of the activities will be the launch of the first Masterclass...
International Confederation of Free Trade Unions
The International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU) was established in 1949 and now has 215 affiliated organizations in...
Transnational Labour, Transnational Methods
Global Labour History Summer IntituteThe Summer Institute aimed at forging international and North-South research and publication...
Global Labour History in the 21st Century
This conference was organized on the occasion of the 65th anniversary of the IISH.Abstracts of papers presented during the...
Labour in Asia
Aims of the SeminarLabour studies in Asia are either general in nature with an emphasis on quantitative anlysis, or have a strong...
Work, Income and the State in Russia and the Soviet Union, 1900-2000
Taking the household or the family as the central unit of analysis the project studies income earning strategies of the non-...
Global History of Textile Workers
Global History of Textile Workers: A global and comparative history of textile workers 1650-2000.In the first phase of the...
Working for the World
Over the last five centuries, the world has come to know Europeans as voracious consumers of colonial products. Right from the...
Comparative History of Christian Workers' Organisations 1840-2000
From the late nineteenth century in continental Europe, and in the second half of the twentieth century also in Quebec, Latin...
Luxury and Labour
Luxury and Labour, a global trajectory of diamond consumption and production, 16th -19th century. In the past four hundred years...
Global History of Shipbuilding Labour
The project In the Same Boat? Shipbuilding and ship repair workers: a global labour history (1950-2010) intends to study...
Prolegomena for a Global Labour History
Contents1. Introduction2. Work,Labour and Wage Labour3. Private and Public Projects4. Labour Movements5. Organizational History:...
Changing LAbour Relations in Asia (CLARA)
The International Research Programme on Changing Labour Relations in Asia (1998-2003) aimed to build a comparative and historical...
May Day and Textile Workers in Angola 1975
Photos by Frits EisenloeffelJournalist Frits Eisenloeffel visited Angola in 1975 and 1976 to witness the transfer of power from...
Elections and Migrant Workers in Namibia 1978
Photos by Frits EisenloeffelIn December 1978 Frits Eisenloeffel travelled to Namibia to report on the elections. The elections...
Free Love and the Labour Movement
Papers presented at the workshop 'Free Love and the Labour Movement', International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam, 6-7...
Forging Political Identity
Escaping the traditional focus on Paris, the author examines the divergent political identities of two occupational groups in...
Workers of the World
NB Translated into German and published by Campus Verlag, as Workers of the World. Eine Globalgeschichte der Arbeit. Hrsg. von...
Supervision and Authority in Industry
The number of studies discussing the labour relationship under industrial capitalism is overwhelming, but the literature on...
Central European Crossroads
During the four decades of the communist regime in Czechoslovakia a vast literature on working-class movements has been produced...
A Social History Of Spanish Labour
Focusing on organization, resistance and political culture, this collection represents some of the best examples of recent...
Learning on the Shop Floor
Apprenticeship or vocational training is a subject of lively debate. Economic historians tend to see apprenticeship as a purely...
The Rise and Development of Collective Labour Law
The essays in this book are written by recognised experts and provide a comparative overview of the development of labour law in...
Anarchism, Revolution and Reaction
The period from 1898 to 1923 was a particularly dramatic one in Spanish history; it culminated in the violent Barcelona 'labor...
Miners and the State in the Ottoman Empire
The story of the miners of Zonguldak presents a particularly graphic local lens through which to examine questions that have been...
Revolution and Counterrevolution
Why did the most unruly proletariat of the Twentieth Century come to tolerate the ascendancy of a political and economic system...
The Imaginary Revolution
The events of 1968 have been seen as a decisive turning point in the Western world of even mythical significance. The author...
Experiencing wages
When discussing wages, historians have traditionally concentrated on the level of wages, much less on how people were paid for...
Rebellious Families
The question why people rebel is one of the most important questions historians and social scientists have been grappling with...
A Dream Deferred
This volume brings together the latest work in Russian labour history, based on exciting materials from previously closed...
Class and Other Identities
In recent years, much debate has taken place on the future and function of labour history. Among the issues debated was the...
Wages and Currency
The basic hypothesis of this volume is that currency patterns may tell us something about the spread of wage payments in specific...
Free and Unfree Labour
Historically, capitalism has always integrated various forms of unfree labour, including chattel slavery, convict labour and debt...
Between Cross and Class
In the late nineteenth century in a number of continental European countries Christian associations of workers arose: Christian...
Racism and the Labour Market
The contributions in this book emphasize three types of historical situations. First, situations where racially structured unfree...
Global Labour History
The recent wave of globalization has a profound impact on labour. Consequently, research in the field of labour and working-class...
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