15th Biennial Labour History Conference: ‘Workers of the World’

Today, the Australian working class are workers of the world: in the sense that we are a predominantly immigrant working class (or the descendants of relatively recent immigrants); and in the sense that workers from so many of the world’s nations, languages and cultures have made their homes here. The year 2017 also marks the centenary Read more …

Workers of the World

15th Biennial Labour History Conference Today, the Australian working class are workers of the world: in the sense that we are a predominantly immigrant working class (or the descendants of relatively recent immigrants); and in the sense that workers from so many of the world’s nations, languages and cultures have made their homes here. The Read more …

Emerging Scholars, New Research: Labour History in Canberra

Australian Society for the Study of Labour History Canberra Region Branch Seminar in conjunction with the School of History, Research School of Social Sciences, College of Arts and Social Sciences, at the Australian National University The seminar will bring together new and emerging scholars currently working on various aspects of labour history. The following papers Read more …

Workers of the World

Submission deadline: TBA 15th Biennial Labour History Conference 23–25 September 2017, University of Queensland, Brisbane Today, the Australian working class are workers of the world: in the sense that we are a predominantly immigrant working class (or the descendants of relatively recent immigrants); and in the sense that workers from so many of the world’s Read more …

Alternative Business Histories

Submission deadline: Friday 15 July 2016 Association of Academic Historians in Australian and New Zealand Business Schools (AAHANZBS) 8th Annual Conference 3–4 November 2016, Macquarie University Historical papers in the fields ofaccounting, business, economics, labour and employment relations, management, marketing, tourism, transport and other areas of interest relating to historical research in business schools are Read more …