Gender and Ethnicity in Labour History

IISH lecture series

On Tuesday 6 February Leslie Moch will give a lecture on "The Men and Women of Brittany in Paris, 1875-1925: Gender, Ethnicity, and Migration".

Leslie Moch is Professor of History at Michigan State University and the author of numerous books and articles on migration, including Moving Europeans. Migration in Western Europe since 1650 (Indiana UP 1992).

The lecture will take place from 12.15-14.00, at the International Institute of Social History, Cruquiusweg 31, 1019 AT Amsterdam, Netherlands. The lecture is part of a lecture series on 'Gender and Ethnicity in Labour History: new perspectives on the research agenda of the IISH'.

Future lectures in this series:

24 April 2001
Barbara Hobson
‘Frames and claims: recognition struggles in Sweden and Ireland’

15 May 2001
Pat Hudson
‘Gender and everyday life in industrialising communities’

29 May 2001
Diane Wolf
‘When the Javanese house does not hold: A critique of Household Strategies’

26 June 2001
Nancy Green
‘Immigrant Women and the peopling of immigration history’

For information please contact Lex Heerma van Voss at [MAILTO][/MAILTO].

Posted: 29 January 2001