Workers of the World 3 (2013), 2

Title 
Workers of the World 3 (2013), 2
Other title information 
Special Issue: Global Labour History

Editor(s)
International Association Strikes and Social Conflicts
Published on
Campinas 2013: UNICAMP
Frequency 
twice a year
Extent
268 S.
Price
open access

 

Kontakt

Organization name
Workers of the World. International Journal on Strikes and Social Conflict
Country
Brazil
c/o
António Simões do Paço <workersoftheworld2012@yahoo.co.uk>
By
Hüttner, Bernd

Table of contents

CONTENTS

Letter from the Editor
6

Christian G. De Vito:
Special Issue: Global Labour History Erro! Marcador Não Definido. New Perspectives on Global Labour History. Introduction
7

Arjan Zuiderhoek : Workers of the Ancient World: Analyzing Labour in Classical Antiquity
32

Maya Schatzmiller: Human Capital Formation in Medieval Islam
49

Mathieu Arnoux: European Workers between Order and Revolt. Labourers in Feudal Society (Eleventh to the Thirteenth Century)
72

Nagendra Rao: Multiplicity of Labor Relationships in Coastal Karnataka
90

Elise Van Nederveen Meerkerk: Industriousness in an Imperial Economy. Delineating New Research on Colonial Connections and Household Labour Relations in the Netherlands and the Netherlands Indies
102

Nigel Penn : Towards a History of Convict Labour in the Nineteenth Century Cape
118

Henrique Espada Lima: What Can We Find in Augusto’s Trunk? About Little Things and Global Labor History
139

Stefano Bellucci: Italian Transnational Fluxes of Labour and the Changing of Labour Relations in the Horn of Africa, 1935–1939
158

Sanne Deckwitz: Gulag and Laogai: Ideology, Economics and the Dynamics of Space and Scale
175

Laura Cerasi: Forgiving the Factory: The Trial of Marghera and the Memory of Twentieth-Century Industrialization
192

Dasten Julián Vejar : Transforming Place, Work and Society: The Salmon Industry in Southern Chile
208

Fabiane Santana Previtali, Sérgio Paulo Morais and Cilson César Fagiani : Ethanol Workers in Brazil: The Other Side of Wealth
227

Piqueteros: The Unemployed Movement in Argentina. An Interview with Nicolás Iñigo Carrera and Maria Celia Cotarelo
(Interviewers: Alcides Santos, Ana Rajado, Duarte Guerreiro, Raquel Varela)
246

Abstracts
260

Authors

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