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Towards a Global History of Primitive Accumulation

Towards a Global History of Primitive Accumulation Conference - report

Forged in blood and fire. Report from the Conference 
“Towards a Global History of Primitive Accumulation”

By Marten Dondorp

How are land, seas, habitats, and human bodies incorporated into global market society? This question animated more than forty researchers to come together at the “Towards a Global History of Primitive Accumulation” conference. This conference at the International Institute of Social History (IISH) in Amsterdam, from 9 to 11 May, 2019, was co-sponsored by the IISH, the University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Houston. The organizing committee consisted of Pepijn Brandon, Nyklas Frykman, Wendy Goldman, Marcus Rediker and Marcel van der Linden.

Peter Cole

IISH Lectures: Peter Cole

  • Peter Cole
  • Western Illinois University
  • Lecture @ IISH
  • 7 may 2019 | 15.00 hrs,  Max Nettlau Room

Dockworker Power: Race and Activism in Durban and the Francisco Bay Area

Ali Banuazizi

Lecture by Ali Banuazizi

  • Doelenzaal, Universiteitsbibliotheek UvA, Singel 425, Amsterdam.
  • 10 May 2019
  • 17-19 hours

CLASS, INEQUALITY, AND SOCIAL MOBILITY IN PRE-REVOLUTIONARY IRAN
lecture by Ali Banuazizi, Boston College    

Gorkem Akgoz

IISH Lectures: Görkem Akgöz

  • Görkem Akgöz
  • Humboldt University
  • Lecture @ IISH
  • 4 june 2019 | 15.00-16.00

Negotiating Femininity and Productivity:
Discourses on Gender and Labor in Post-War Turkey

IISH | Events | Conference Global Labor Migration

Conference Global Labor Migration: Past and Present

  • Conference @ IISH
  • 20-22 june 2019 | 09.00-18.00

The 2019 Global Summit on Labor Migration. Labor migration is a vast, global, and highly fluid phenomenon in the 21st century, capturing public attention and driving political controversy.