1st Conference of the European Labour History Network (ELHN)

14 – 16 December 2015, Torino/Turin (Italy)
Conference language: English

The European Labour History Network (ELHN) is pleased to announce its first
conference from 14-16 December 2015 at the University of Turin facilitated and
hosted by Stefano Musso (President of the Societΰ Italiana di Storia del
lavoro/SISLav – Italian Society of Labour History).
The ELHN was founded in October 2013 in Amsterdam as a network of labour
historians in order to bring together scholars with different institutional
backgrounds (institutes, associations, archives, journals, study groups,
individual researchers, etc.) and serve as an umbrella organization for smaller
working groups with specific topics and tasks.
In accordance with the decisions of the foundation meeting of the ELHN, the
first conference of the network will be structured differently to other
comparable scholarly conferences and will also provide the possibility to
gather colleagues from all over Europe in order to work on specific common
projects concerning European Labour History. Therefore, the main part of the
conference will be dedicated to ELHN Working Groups that will themselves decide
on their specific agenda during the conference. The individual working groups
will be responsible for drafting their own agenda during the conference. For
further information please contact the coordinators of the respective working
group.
Working Groups

· Labour Movements and Migration (Coordination: Stefanie Prezioso,
stefanie.prezioso@unil.ch<mailto:stefanie.prezioso@unil.ch>)

· Feminist Labour History (Coordination: Silke Neunsinger,
silke.neunsinger@arbark.se<mailto:silke.neunsinger@arbark.se>; Leda
Papastefanaki, lpapast@uoi.gr<mailto:lpapast@uoi.gr>; Susan Zimmermann,
zimmerma@ceu.hu<mailto:zimmerma@ceu.hu>)

· Long-term History of Remuneration (Coordination: Leda Papastefanaki,
lpapast@uoi.gr<mailto:lpapast@uoi.gr>; Michel Pigenet,
michel.pigenet@univ-paris1.fr<mailto:michel.pigenet@univ-paris1.fr>)

· Pre-Industrial Labour History (Coordination: Andrea Caracausi,
andrea.caracausi@unipd.it<mailto:andrea.caracausi@unipd.it>; Corinne Maitte,
corine.maitte@univ-mlv.fr<mailto:corine.maitte@univ-mlv.fr>)

· Labour in Imperial History (Coordination: Yann Beliard,
yann_beliard@yahoo.fr<mailto:yann_beliard@yahoo.fr>; Gareth Curless,
G.M.Curless@exeter.ac.uk<mailto:G.M.Curless@exeter.ac.uk>)

· Free and Unfree Labour (Coordination: Christian de Vito,
christian.devito@gmail.com<mailto:christian.devito@gmail.com>)

· Factory History (Coordination: Gφrkem Akgφz,
gorkemakgoz@yahoo.com<mailto:gorkemakgoz@yahoo.com>)

· Industrial Heritage (Coordination: Christian Wicke,
Christian.Wicke@rub.de<mailto:Christian.Wicke@rub.de>)

· Health at Work (Coordination: Nicolas Hatzfeld,
nicolas.hatzfeld@gmail.com<mailto:nicolas.hatzfeld@gmail.com>)

· Labour under State Socialism (Coordination: Adrian Grama,
Grama_Adrian@ceu-budapest.edu<mailto:Grama_Adrian@ceu-budapest.edu>)

· Labour History Journals (Coordination: David Mayer,
David.Mayer@iisg.nl<mailto:David.Mayer@iisg.nl>)

Venue
Campus Luigi Einaudi (CLE) of the University of Turin
Address: Lungo Dora Siena, 100
10153 Turin, Italy
Dates
Beginning: Monday, 14 December 2015, 11 am (approx.)
End: Wednesday, 16 December 2015, 4 pm (approx.)
Contact for general information
Information on the organizational details of the conference (conference fee,
preliminary programme, etc.) will be published within the upcoming months. If
you want to visit the conference or keep updated on the ELHN, please contact:
Astrid Verburg (IISG): ave@iisg.nl<mailto:ave@iisg.nl>
Lukas Neissl (ITH): ith@doew.at<mailto:ith@doew.at>

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