Newsletter – Summer 2023 – New publications

Up date on the last publications (2022-2023) of our Working Group members

Just before the arrival of the summer period, we are pleased to share with you some publications, articles and book chapters written during the last year.

Enjoy the reading and have as nice summer !

Raffaella Sarti

Eine Löwin im Kampf gegen Napoleon? Die Konstruktion der Heldin Katharina Lanz, with Margareth Lanzinger, Wien, Böhlau, 2022

Matteo Botto (ed.), Barbara Poggio, Giuseppe Burgio, Raffaella Sarti, Thomas Casadei, Gli studi di genere in Italia: passato, presente e futuro di una sfida ancora aperta, in AG-About Gender, vol. 11 (21), (2022), pp. 295-345

From Slaves and Servants to Citizens? Regulating Dependency, Race, and Gender in Revolutionary France and the French West Indies, in International Review of Social History, vol. 67, 1, 2022, pp. 65-95

Slaves, Servants and Other Dependent People: Early Modern Classifications and Western Europe’s Self-Representation,  in Jane Whittle and Thijs Lambrecht (eds), Labour Laws in Preindustrial Europe: The Coercion and Regulation of Wage Labour, c.1350–1850, Boydell, 2023, pp. 103-123

Passato che non passa o futuro che avanza? Il lavoro domestico tra sfruttamento legale e illegale, in Slaves No More, Donne gravemente sfruttate. Il diritto di essere protagoniste, a cura di Maria Grazia Giammarinaro, Francesca Cocchi, Chiara Lavanna, Francesco Carchedi e Pino Gulia, Roma, Edizioni Gruppo Abele, 2022, pp. 57-68

Perspectivas de la historia del género: pasado, presente y futuro, in María José Vilalta i Escobar (a cura di / ed.), Retos de investigación en historia de las mujeres – Reptes de recerca en historia de les dones, Lleida, Edicions de la Universitat de Lleida, 2022, ISBN 9788491443735, pp. 17-26

Leda Papastefanaki

(2022) Leda Papastefanaki, “Sewing at home in Greece, 1870s to1930s. A global history perspective”, in Malin Nilsson, Indrani Mazumdar & Silke Neunsinger (eds.), Home-Based Work and Home-Based Workers 1800-2021, Series: Studies in Global Labour History, Volume 45, Leiden: Brill, 2021, 74-95. [open access https://brill.com/display/book/9789004499614/BP000006.xml ]

(2022) Eloisa Betti, Leda Papastefanaki, Marica Tolomelli & Susan Zimmermann (eds.),Women, Work, and Activism. Chapters of an inclusive history of labor in the long 20th century, Series: Work and Labor – Transdisciplinary Studies for the 21st Century, Budapest/New York: Central European University Press, 2022.

(2022) Eloisa Betti, Leda Papastefanaki, Marica Tolomelli & Susan Zimmermann, “Thinking the History of Women’s Activism into Global Labor History”, in E. Betti, L. Papastefanaki, M. Tolomelli & S. Zimmermann (eds),Women, Work, and Activism. Chapters of an inclusive history of labor in the long 20th century, Series: Work and Labor – Transdisciplinary Studies for the 21st Century, Budapest/New York: Central European University Press, 2022, 1-31. [open access https://www.degruyter.com/document/doi/10.1515/9789633864425-004/html ]

(2022) Eloisa Betti, Leda Papastefanaki, Marica Tolomelli & Susan Zimmermann “A női aktivizmus története mint a globális munkástörténet része” [The history of women’s activism as a component of global labour history], review Múltunk. Politikatörténeti folyóirat 67 (2022) 4, special issue “Munkástörténet [Labour History],” 41–82 [open access https://doi.org/10.56944/multunk.2022.4.2, http://www.multunk.hu/letoltesek/#2022/4.%20sz%C3%A1m ]

Cristina Borderias

Cristina Borderias and Xavier Cusso Male Wages, Household Budgets and Living Standards of Barcelona’s Working Class (1856-1917), Investigaciones de Historia economica, p 3-21, 2023

Beatrice Zucca-Micheletto

(Ed) Gender and Migration in Historical Perspective: Institutions, Labour and Social Networks, 16th to 20th Centuries (Palgrave Studies in Economic History) 

Céline Mutos-Xicola

(Book Review) Christine Fertig, Richard Paping & Henry French (Eds.): Landless households in rural Europe, 1600 – 1900. Revista de Historia Agraria, nº 90, 2023.

Luisa Muñoz Abeledo

with Rosa Verdugo

New Evidence for Women’s Labor Participation and Occupational Structure in Northwest Spain, 1877–1930 The Journal of Interdisciplinary History (2023) 53 (4): 571–598.

with Isidro Dubert:

Gender, work, and family economies: wet nurses in rural Galicia (1850–1900) Rural History, 1-18

URL: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/rural-history/article/gender-work-and-family-economies-wet-nurses-in-rural-galicia-18501900/F67B763C6488C713211F6ECF43188466

Cinzia Lorandini

with Odella, F. (2023). Private Lending in an Alpine Region during the Eighteenth Century: A Family of Merchant-Bankers and Their Credit Network. Enterprise & Society, 24(3), 838-865. doi:10.1017/eso.2022.14 

“Dentro la filanda: donne al lavoro nel setificio trentino dell’Ottocento” in Currà, E., Docci, M., Menichelli, C., Russo, M., Severi, L. (a cura di), Stati Generali del Patrimonio Industriale 2022, Venezia: Marsilio Editori, 2022

Manuela Martini

« Family, care and migration. Gendered paths from the Mediterranean mountains to Northern Europe in the 19th and early 20th century », in Beatrice Zucca Micheletto (dir.), Gender and Migration in Historical Perspective: Institutions, economic resources and social networks (16th century to 20th century), Palgrave Studies in Economic History, Cham, Palgrave McMillan-Springer, 2022, p. 419-450.


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