History of Textile Workers, 1650-2000.

Biblioteca /  2010-2019

Lex Heerma van Voss, Els Hiemstra-Kuperus, Elise van Nederveen Meerkerk, eds. History of Textile Workers, 1650-2000.

International Institute of Social History

Farnham: Ashgate, 2010.

830 páginas.

Contents

1 – Textile workers around the world, 1650-2000: introduction to a collective work project / Els Hiemstra-Kuperus, Lex Heerma van Voss and Elise van Nederveen Meerkerk

PART I

NATIONAL HISTORIES OF TEXTILE WORKERS

2 – Textile production in Argentina, 1650-2000 / Mirta Zaida Lobato

3 – Austria and Czechoslovakia: the Habsburg Monarchy and its successor states / Andrea Komlosy

4 – Brazil: the origin of the textile industry / Roberta Marx Delson

5 – China / Robert Cliver

6 – Denmark: the textile industry and the formation of modern industrial relations / Lars K. Christensen

7 – Egyptian textile workers: from craft artisans facing European competition to proletarians contending with the state / Joel Beinin

8 – The German wool and cotton industry from the sixteenth to the twentieth century / Dietrich Ebeling, Marcel Boldorf, Stefan Gorissen, Michael Mende, Anke Sczesny and Michaela Schmolz-Haberlein

9 – Great Britain: textile workers in the Lancashire cotton and Yorkshire wool industries / Alan Fowler

10 – The long globalization and textile producers in India / Tirthankar Roy

11 – The Italian textile industry, 1600-2000: labour, sectors and products / Giovanni Luigi Fontana, Walter Panciera and Giorgio Riello

12 – Japan / Janet Hunter and Helen Macnaughtan

13 – Mexican textile workers: from conquest to globalization / Jeffrey Bortz

14 – The Netherlands / Elise van Nederveen Meerkerk, Lex Heerma van Voss and Els Hiemstra-Kuperus

15 – Poland / Piotr Franaszek

16 – The cotton textile industry in Russia and the Soviet Union / Dave Pretty

17 – Spain / Angel Smith, Carles Enrech, Carme Molinero and Pere Ysàs

18 – The Ottoman Empire, 1650-1922 / Donald Quataert

19 – Turkey, 1922-2003 / Lisa A. Seidman

20 – The evolution of the Uruguayan textile industry / María Magdalena Camou and Silvana Maubrigades

21 – USA: shifting landscapes of class, culture, gender, race and protest in the American Northeast and South / Mary H. Blewett

PART II

INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS

22 – Global trade and textile workers / Prasannan Parthasarathi

23 – Proto-industrialization and industrialization and ‘modernity’ in a global perspective / Donald Quataert

24 – The textile firm and the management of labour / Arthur Mclvor

25 – Spatial division of labour, global interrelations and imbalances in regional development / Andrea Komlosy

26 – How will we get our workers? Ethnicity and migration of global textile workers / Roberta Marx Delson

27 – Work floors under tension: working conditions and international competition in textiles / Peter Scholliers

28 – Gender and the global textile industry / Janet Hunter and Helen Macnaughtan

29 – Investigating identities within the global textile workforce / Mary H. Blewett

30 – Institutions in textile production: guilds and trade unions / Lars K. Christensen

31 – Covering the world: some conclusions to the project / Elise van Nederveen Meerkerk, Lex Heerma van Voss and Els Hiemstra-Kuperus

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