Unpaid Work in Context(s): Labour Migration, Gender and the Varieties of Home-work

Unpaid Work in Context(s): Labour Migration, Gender and the Varieties of Home-work

Manuela Martini is Professor of Contemporary History at Université Lyon 2, where her current research projects explore remuneration and use of time among women and men during French and European industrialization, Migration and work in the Atlantic (19th-20th centuries), and Crisis, gender and family economies in Mediterranean Europe (18th-20th centuries). She has authored and edited a number of works, including the recent Bâtiment en famille. Migrations et petite entreprise en banlieue Parisienne au XXè siècle, published with CNRS Editions in 2016, What is Work? Gender at the Crossroads of Home, Family and Business, 18th-21st Centuries, with Berghann in 2018, and Migrations, Institutions and Intimate Lives, a special issue of Gender & History in 2019.

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Date & time

Tue 15 Dec 2020, 9.30pm

Speakers

Manuela Martini, Université Lumière Lyon 2

Contacts

Leslie Barnes

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