Call for papers : « Workers’ Education and Global Labor Movements »

  Call for papers Special issue  International Labor and Working-Class History International Labor and Working-Class History « We have learned a great deal about the history of global working class in the modern era and about the economic, political, and social struggles that accompanied its rise. But we still know comparatively little about the educational institutions, relationships and practices working class movements have used to develop the capacity for sustained struggle, not to mention the ability to survive their defeats and institutionalize their victories. To encourage a deeper understanding of these efforts, the editors of ILWCH (International Labor & Working-Class History) invite proposals for articles, interviews, review essays, documents, conference and archive reports, photo essays, and reflections on the role of worker education, both formal and informal, in the development of the global labor movement and its base communities.« …

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http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displaySpecialPage?pageId=6092

 

CALENDRIER

Date limite: 01/11/2014 (abstract) ; 01/07/2015 (first drafts)