Congratulations!

On April 19th Jürgen Kocka celebrates his 80th birthday.

We'd like to congratulate him from the bottom of our hearts!

Zeitgeschichte Online honours him in a long interview on the occasion of the Reich‘s constitution of Bismarck coming into effect in 1871. The FAZ calls him the historian of his generation.

Annonce liée à l'expansion du coronavirus SARS-CoV-2

Due to the serious developments in regards to the Corona virus and in an attempt to slow down the spread of the disease, the Senate of Berlin has decided to cancel all academic conferences, workshops and public lectures for at least the winter semester 20/21. Unfortunately, our scheduled events at re:work are all affected and will have to be postponed.

 

Please check for news and updates on the Humboldt University website.

Call for Pre-Proposals

The Merian Institute for Advanced Studies in Africa (MIASA) offers Interdisciplinary Fellow Groups (IFG) for 4 months each at the University of Ghana for the period 2022-2024.


You can find further information here.
Deadline: May 15, 2021

Appel à contribution

Arbeit/Zeit. Globale Perspektiven.

Second Conference of the German Labour History Association (GLHA)
Museum der Arbeit, Hamburg, May 3-5 2022

You can find further information here.
Deadline: May 01st, 2021

Talk

 

Die Maschine muss laufen – Corona und die Arbeitswelt

with Nicole Mayer-Ahuja

Within the series Ausnahme&Zustand of the Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung on April 6th, 2021.

Please find the stream here.

Nouvelles Parutions

Zimmermann, Susan, Women's Politics and Men's Trade Unionism, Löcker, 2021

 

Kott, Sandrine. Organiser le monde. Une autre histoire de la guerre froide. SEUIL, 2021.

 

Gibert, Marie-Pierre et Anne Monjaret. Anthropologie du travail. Paris: Armand Colin, 2021

 

Lüdtke, Helga. Der Bubikopf. Männlicher Blick - weiblicher Eigen-Sinn. Wallstein Verlag, 2021.

 

Lentz, Carola. Familie, Arbeit und soziale Mobilität. Ghanaische Perspektiven. Vol. 4. Re:work Lectures. Boston, MA: De Gruyter, 2020.

 

Lentz, Carola, et David Lowe. Remembering Independence. New York, NY: Routledge, 2018.

 

Bellucci, Stefano, et Andreas Eckert, éd. General Labour History of Africa. Workers, Employers and Governments, 20th-21st Centuries. Woodbridge, Suffolk: James Currey, 2019.

 

Sinha, Nitin, Nitin Varma, und Pankaj Jha, Hrsg. Servants’ Pasts. Sixteenth to Eighteenth Century, South Asia. Bd. 01. 02 Bde. New Delhi: Orient Blackswan, 2019.

 

Sinha, Nitin, und Nitin Varma, Hrsg. Servants’ Pasts. Late-Eighteenth to Twentieth-Century, South Asia. Bd. 02. 02 Bde. New Delhi: Orient Blackswan, 2019.

 

Fink, Leon. Deliverance Revisited. Der Triumph von Trump, die liberalen Eliten und die weiße Zombie-Arbeiterklasse. Vol. 2. Re:work Lectures. Boston, MA: De Gruyter, 2019.

 

Cooper, Frederick. Von der Sklaverei in die Prekarität? Afrikanische Arbeitsgeschichte im Globalen Kontext. Vol. 1. Re:work Lectures. Boston, MA: De Gruyter, 2019.

 

Tschurenev, Jana. Empire,Civil Society, and the Beginnings of Colonial Education in India. Cambridge University Press, 2019. https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/empire-civil-society-and-the-beginnings-of-colonial-education-in-india/C9DFA3A06D8774B51D7496D190650EFC

 

Schmidt, Jürgen. August Bebel. Social Democracy and the Founding of the Labour Movement. Traduit par Christine Brocks. London: I.B. Tauris, 2019.

 

Schmidt, Jürgen. Brüder, Bürger und Genossen. Die deutsche Arbeiterbewegung zwischen Klassenkampf und Bürgergesellschaft 1830-1870. Bonn: Dietz, 2018.

 

Bösch, Frank, éd. Wege in die digitale Gesellschaft. Computernutzung in der Bundesrepublik 1955-1990. Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag, 2018.

 

Williams, James, et Felicitas Hentschke, éd. To Be at Home. House, Work, and Self in the Modern World. Boston, MA: De Gruyter Oldenbourg, 2018.

 

Alber, Erdmute. Transfers of Belonging. A Social History of Child Fostering in West Africa. Boston, MA: Brill, 2018.

 

Zimmermann, Susan, éd. 2018. Labour Histories Revisited/L’histoire ouvrière revisitée [= DOSSIER in: European Review of History / Revue européenne d’histoire, 25 (01)].

 

Boris, Eileen, Dorothea Hoehtker, et Susan Zimmermann, éd. 2018. Women’s ILO. Transnational Networks, Global Labour Standards, and Gender Equity, 1919 to Present. Leiden: Brill.

 

Cooper, Frederick. Citizenship, Inequality, and Difference. Historical Perspectives. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2018.

 

Axster, Felix, et Nikolas Lelle, éd. »Deutsche Arbeit«. Kritische Perspektiven auf ein ideologisches Selbstbild. Göttingen: Wallstein, 2018.

 

Beckert, Sven, et Dominic Sachsenmaier, éd. 2018. Global History, Globally. Research and Practice Around the World. London: Bloomsbury.

 

Beckert, Sven, et Christine Desan, éd. 2018. American Capitalism. New Histories. New York, NY: Columbia University Press.

 

Hofmeester, Karin, et Marcel van der Linden, éd. 2018. Handbook Global History of Work. Berlin: De Gruyter.

 

Sarkar, Mahua, éd. 2018. Work out of Place. Berlin: De Gruyter.

 

Eckert, Andreas, éd. Global Histories of Work. Berlin: De Gruyter Oldenbourg, 2016.

 

Veuillez trouver ici plusieurs publications sélectionnées de nos fellows.

Revue d'histoire européenne contemporaine (JMEH)


(Re-)Constituting the State and Law during the ‘Long Transformation of 1989’ in East Central Europe, Vol. 18│2020/3

International Social History Association (ISHA)

ISHA Newsletter Vol. 7 | No. 1 | December 2018

Félicitations

Former re:work fellow Benedetta Rossi (University College London) holds an Advanced Grant of the European Research Council on African Abolitionism: The Rise and Transformations of Anti-Slavery (AFRAB) between October 2020 and September 2025. Congratulations!

 

Former re:work fellow Dmitri van den Bersselaar (University of Leipzig) and former Guest of the Director Michel R. Doortmont (University of Groningen) have been awarded the 2019 ASA Service Award by the American African Studies Association (ASA). They receive the award together with their colleagues Jan Jansen (Leiden University) and John Hanson (Indiana University) for their "outstanding dedication to the ASA’s mission of encouraging the production and dissemination of knowledge about Africa, past and present.”

N.B. : Afin de raccourcir ce texte, les différents groupes de personnes ne sont mentionnés qu’au masculin. Lorsqu’il est ainsi écrit « chercheurs », les chercheuses sont également concernées. L’inverse n’est pas valable.