La Società Italiana di Storia del Lavoro fa parte della rete internazionale IALHI (International Association of Labour History Institutions).
La IAHLI ha appena diffuso il programma provvisorio della 44ª conferenza annuale, che si terrà a Budapest tra il 26 e il 28 settembre, sul tema delle nuove tecnologie e dei nuovi metodi per “aprire i magazzini” della storia sociale.
Tutte le informazioni si trovano sul sito IALHI: ialhi.org
Riportiamo di seguito il programma.
44th Annual Conference of the International Association of Labour History Institutions (IALHI)
OPENING UP SOCIAL HISTORY REPOSITORIES: NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND NEW METHODS
26 – 28 September 2013
Open Society Archives at the Central European University
Nádor Street 9, 1051 Budapest, Hungary
Preliminary Program, September 25-28, 2013.
Wednesday, September 25, 2013
IALHI Coordination Committee Meeting, Open Society Archives (Arany János Street 32, 5th District, 2nd floor Conference Room)
Welcome Speech by István Rév, Director, Open Society Archives; Welcome Drink and Guided Tour of OSA holdings
Thursday, September 26, 2013
Registration and Coffee (CEU Auditorium, Nádor Street 9, 5th District)
Opening Speech by John Shattuck, Rector, Central European University
Speech by the new Secretary
Post-HOPE-continuation of the Social History Portal
IALHI Projects; Bernhard H. Bayerlein, ZZF – Piotr Wcislik, OSA – Richard Temple, Senate House Library’s Trotskyist holdings
Post-HOPE Workshop: New Content Providers or Associated Members
Project Meeting organized by Bernhard H. Bayerlein: “The XXth Century International Social, Political and Solidarity Movements Internet Portal”
Friday, September 27, 2013
Registration and Coffee
Keynote address by Professor Jürgen Kocka
Introduction by Professor Susan Zimmermann, CEU
Section 1: Reconnecting Collection Policies and Research Interests
Section 2: Reusing Social History Data
Section 3: Intellectual Property Rights and the Mandate of Social History
Round Table Discussion
Alternative Walking Tour of Budapest, Meeting Point: corner of Nádor Street and Zrinyi Street
Saturday, September 28, 2013
Visit to the Memento Park (outdoor museum of Socialist statues), Meeting Point: next to the Basilica
Visiting the Széchenyi Thermal Baths
Please take a moment to have a look at the program and use the registration form to announce your participation.