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The International Association Strikes and Social Conflicts (IASSC) invites your research group, center or institution to become a member. In this short resume you will find all the information’s about the Association, the new peer review journal, the next conference (Dijon, France 15-19 2013), the new websites and the publications of the Association.
The International Association Strikes and Social Conflicts, an Association of institutional and individual members, aims to promote and disseminates studies on labour and social conflicts in an interdisciplinary, global, long term historical and non Eurocentric perspective. The International Association Strikes and Social Conflicts organize conferences every two years at different locations in the North or the South; keep up a website that serves for the studies in this area; issue Workers of the World.
The Executive Board of the IASSC
Raquel Varela (IHC, Portugal; IISG Amsterdam), President;
AndréiaGalvão (Unicamp, Brasil), Vice-president
Serge Wolikow (MSH, Dijon, France), Vice-president for Archives
Sjaak van derVelden (Rotterdam), Treasure
Alvaro Bianchi (Unicamp, Brazil)
Geert van Goethem (AMSAB, Belgium)
Marcel van der Linden (IISG Amsterdam)
Xavier Domènech (CEFID, Spain)
The members of the Association are:Amsab – InstituutvoorSocialeGeschiedenis (Ghent, Belgium)Arbetarrörelsensarkivochbibliotek (Labour movement archives and library) (Stockholm, Sweden)Arquivo Edgar Leuenroth (Campinas, Brazil)Catherwood Library Kheel Center - Cornell University (USA)Centre d’Estudis sobre lesÈpoques Franquista i Democràtica (CEFID, Barcelona, Spain)Fondation Gabriel Péri (FGP, Pantin, France)Friedrich EbertStiftung (Germany)Grupo de Pesquisa Mundos do Trabalho UFF (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)Instituto de História Contemporânea (IHC, Lisbon, Portugal)International Institute of Social History (IISH, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)InterSol-platform-ÅboAkademiUniversity (Finland)Instituto de Sociologia da Universidade do Porto (Oporto, Portugal)
Institute of Working Class History (IWCH, Chicago, USA)KennesawStateUniversity (KSU)Laboratório de Sociologia do Trabalho (LASTRO, Florianópolis/SC, Brazil)Labor Studies Program. Indiana University Kokomo (Kokomo, IN, USA)Maison des Sciences de l’Homme (Msh, Dijon, France)Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences (Athens, Greece)Red de Archivos Históricos de CCOO (Spain)Rosa Luxembourg Foundation (Berlin, Germany)South African Research Chair in Social Change (Johannesburg, South Africa)Universidade Popular do Porto (UPP, Oporto, Portugal)Zapruder/Storie in Movimento (Bologna, Italy)PIMSA -Programa de Investigación sobre el Movimiento de la Sociedad Argentina (Argentina)Canadian Committee on LabourHistory (Canada)
The first online book Strikes and Social Conflicts. Towards a Global Labour History(IASSC, 2012) publish by the International Association on Strikes and Social Conflicts is online, with free acess in the webpage of the IASSC
II International Conference Strikesand Social ConflictsCombinedapproaches to conflicts(Eighteenthcentury to thepresent)MaisondesSciences de L’HommeDijon, France15, 16, 17, 18 May2013Organization: MaisondesSciences de L’HommeInternationalAssociationStrikesand Social Conflictshttp://iassc-mshdijon.in2p3.fr/spip.php?article16&lang=enConvenors:SergeWolikow, Jean–MarcBourgeon, Nélia Roulot, Raquel Varela, Sjaak van der Velden
Scientificcommittee II International Conference Strikesand Social ConflictsAlvaroBianchiArquivo EdgardLeuenroth, UNICAMP (Campinas, Brazil)Andreia Galvão Arquivo EdgardLeuenroth, UNICAMP (Campinas, Brazil)Anita ChanUniversityofTechnology, Sydney (Australia)AsefBayatUniversity Urbana-Champaign (Illinois, USA)Beverly SilverJohns Hopkins University (Baltimore, Maryland, USA)Geert van GoethemAMSAB Instituteof Social History, Ghent, BelgiumJohn KellyBirkbeckCollege, Universityof London (United Kingdom)Luca BaldissaraUniversitàdi Pisa, ItaliaMarcel van der LindenInternationalInstituteof Social History, Amsterdam, TheNetherlandsNicolásIñigoCarreraPIMSA (Argentina)SergeWolikowMaisondesSciences de l’Homme de DijonRaquel Varela Instituto de História Contemporânea (IHC), Universidade Nova de LisboaSabyasachiBattacharyaFormer chairman, IndianCouncilofHistorical ResearchSjaak van der VeldenChercheurindépendant, Rotterdam, TheNetherlandsStefan BergerDirectoroftheInstitute for Social Movements, Bochum, GermanyXavier DomènechCentre d’Estudis sobre lesÈpoques Franquista i Democràtica, UniversitatAutònoma de Barcelona, SpainXavier VignaCentre Georges Chevrier, Dijon
Workers of the World. International Journal on Strikes and Social Conflictaims to be innovative. This journal aims to stimulate global studies on labour and social conflicts in an interdisciplinary, global, long term historical and non Eurocentric perspective. It intends to move away from traditional forms of methodological nationalism and conjectural studies, adopting an explicitly critical and interdisciplinary perspective. Therefore, it will publish empirical research and theoretical discussions that address strikes and social conflicts in an innovative and rigorous manner. It will also promote dialogue between scholars from different fields and different countries and disseminate analyzes on different socio-cultural realities, to give visibility and centrality to this theme.
Workers of the World is Social Conflictsponsor by:
Arquivo EdgardLeuenrot - Unicamp (Brasil)
Catherwood Library Kheel Center - Cornell University (USA)
International Association Strikes and Social Conflicts
International Institute for Social History (Amsterdam)
Maison des Sciences de l'Homme de Dijon (France)
The first issue of Workers of the World is already online, with free acess:
Call for articles for a special issue on "New Perspectives on Global labour history" of the peer-reviewed international journal Workers of the World
The call for articles is open to PhD-, young- and senior researchers from all over the world.
The deadline for submission of the articles is 10th December 2012; articles will be published on line on 15th May 2013.
The originals may be submitted in English, Spanish, French, Portuguese and Italian. However, the article in its final form will be published in English, so - once approved for publication - the author is responsible for its translation within two months.