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Free/unfree Labour Workshop - June 2015

chevaleyre (12 mars 2015)

FREE/UNFREE LABOR: LOCAL CONSTRAINTS AND GLOBAL DYNAMICS. AFRICA, EUROPE, ASIA, 16TH CENTURY TO PRESENT DAYS Program has been modified on April 22: Locations have changed June 08-09 : Collège de France, 52, rue du Cardinal Lemoine (Paris 5) June 10 : 96, bvd Raspail, Paris Presentation Tensions ...

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Starvation and the State

chevaleyre (3 févr. 2014)

New Book in the Palgrave Series in Indian Ocean World Studies : Starvation and the State: Famine, Slavery, and Power in Sudan, 1883-1956, by Steven Serels For much of its recent history, Sudan has been beset by devastating famines that have killed countless people and powerfully reshaped its ...

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Announcing 4 Lectures by Prof. Ulbe Bosma

chevaleyre (19 févr. 2014)

1. Free and unfree labour in colonial Southeast Asia Challenging Hegel’s famous dictum that only the ruler is free in oriental societies, historians and anthropologists have catalogued a bewildering variety of conceptions of freedom and bondedness throughout Asia. The existing levels of social ...

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[Announcing] "Travail libre/Travail forcé" January Conference

chevaleyre (17 nov. 2014)

We are glad to announce the first Conference of the NEXT-heSam project entitled: "Travail libre/travail forcé. Contraintes locales et dynamiques globales. Afrique, Europe, Asie, du XVe siècle à nos jours". On : January 9 and 10 2015 At : Institut des Mondes Africains (IMAF) UMR 8171 Centre ...

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New Book Series : "Work Around the Globe"

chevaleyre (27 avr. 2014)

The International Insititute of Social History is announcing a new book series entitled Work around the Globe : Work around the Globe: Historical Comparisons and Connections Most human beings work, and are exposed to labour markets. These markets are increasingly globally competitive and cause both ...

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[Call for papers] Language, Land and Labour. 10th Madagascar Workshop

chevaleyre (26 févr. 2015)

Language, Land and Labour / 10th Madagascar Workshop 21 May 2015 / Indian Ocean World Centre (IOWC), McGill University Call for Papers The Indian Ocean World Centre (IOWC), McGill will be hosting the 10th Madagascar Workshop on 21 May 2015 on the theme “Language, Land and Labour.” This ...

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Human Trafficking in Thailand

chevaleyre (30 janv. 2014)

Recently published at Washington University Press : SIROK SORAJJAKOOL, Human Trafficking in Thailand. Current Issues, Trends, and the Role of the Thai Government. "Few subjects elicit greater moral outrage than human trafficking. Media reports of dehumanizing practices such as slavery, abduction, ...

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Debt and Slavery in the Mediterranean and Atlantic Worlds [New !]

chevaleyre (23 mai 2013)

We are proud to announce the publication of Debt and Slavery in the Mediterranean and Atlantic Worlds, edited by Alessandro Stanziani and Gwyn Campbell (Publisher's page) Campbell, Gwyn & Stanziani, Alessandro (eds). Debt and Slavery in the Mediterranean and Atlantic Worlds. London: Pickering & ...

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[Books] Announcing "Bondage" by A. Stanziani

chevaleyre (24 févr. 2014)

Alessandro Stanziani just published Bondage. Labor and Rights in Eurasia from the Sixteenth to the Early Twentieth Centuries. New York, Oxford : Berghahn, (International Studies in Social History Volume 24), 2014, 258 p. "For the first time, this book provides the global history of labor in ...

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Captives, recruited, migrants: Empires and labor mobilization, 17th century to present days

chevaleyre (20 août 2015)

Date: Sept. 30-Oct. 02 2015 Location: Collège de France, Salle Claude Lévi-Strauss Presentation This workshop starts from the hypothesis that warfare and labor are strongly connected in Empire building and their evolution, to start with the major importance of war captives in early modern Europe, ...

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