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Workshop: Researching the History of the Informal Sector Methodological Challenges and Opportunities

Webbredaktionen, 09 juni 2015 10:00 till 10 juni 2015 17:00. .

09 juni 2015 10:00till10 juni 2015 17:00

The workshop is open for students, researchers and labour activists. Do notice that the workshop takes place during 2 days, 9th of June and 10th of June.

Registration is required, please email: jonas.soderqvist [snabel-a] arbark.se

Program as pdf

PARTICIPANTS:

RANA P. BEHAL (former University of Delhi) The World of Informal Labour in India

JENNIFER N. FISH (Old Dominion University) Navigating the Boundaries of Scholar-Activist Research with Migrant Workers

DIRK HOERDER (former Arizona State University) Continuities and Changes: Labor Migrants Coming through “open doors” or stuck before closed fortress gates

LARS HANSSON (Linnéuniversitetet) Research Circles and Oral History

KOSTIS KARPOZILOS (ASKI - Contemporary Social History Archives-Greece) Social Movements in Times of Social Crisis: Informal Forms of Social Protest and the Archives of the Present

ILSE VAN LIEMPT (University of Utreecht) Methodological and Ethical Implications of Doing Research with Undocumented Migrants

HEIDI MOKSNES (Stockholm University) Living without Rights: Undocumented Migrants and the Boundaries of Citizenship

GISELLE SAKAMOTO SOUZA VIANNA (Universidade Estadual de Campinas) Coercion and Formal Freedom in Contemporary Slavery in Brazil: Concepts under Dispute

SAM SCOTT (University of Gloucestershire) (Re-)Defining the Problem: Forced Labour as a Form of Work-based Harm |

JONAS SÖDERQVIST & CATALINA BENAVENTE (Labour Movement Archives and Library) Not Documented in the Files: a Project Presentation


TUESDAY, JUNE 9

09:00-09:30 Coffee and registration

09:30-10:00 Welcome and practical information
Nina Sjöberg, Head of the Institution

Introduction
Silke Neunsinger and Jonas Söderqvist

10:00-11:00 Continuities and Changes: Labor Migrants Coming through “open doors” or stuck before closed fortress gates
Dirk Hoerder, former Arizona State University
ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS
11:00-12:00 Methodological and Ethical Implications of Doing Research with Undocumented Migrants
Ilse van Liempt, University of Utreecht

12:00-13:00 Lunch
NEW METHODS IN CURRENT RESEARCH

13:00-14:00 (Re-)Defining the Problem: Forced Labour as a Form of Work-based Harm
Sam Scott, University of Gloucestershire

14:00-15:00 Living without Rights: Undocumented Migrants and the Boundaries of Citizenship
Heidi Moksnes, Uppsala Universitet

15:00-15:30 Coffee

15:30-16:30 Coercion and Formal Freedom in Contemporary Slavery in Brazil: Concepts under Dispute
Giselle Sakamoto Souza Vianna, Universidade Estadual de Campinas
16:30-17:30 Comment by Dirk Hoerder and discussion

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10

08:30-09:00 Coffee

09:00-10:00 Navigating the Boundaries of Scholar-Activist Research with Migrant Workers
Jennifer N. Fish, Old Dominion University

NEW METHODS FOR ARCHIVES
10:00-11:00 Research Circles and Oral History
Lars Hansson, Linnéuniversitetet

11:00-12:00 The World of Informal Labour in India
Rana P. Behal, former University of Delhi

12:00-13:00 Lunch

13:00-14:00 Project presentation: Not Documented in the Files
Jonas Söderqvist & Catalina Benavente, Arbetarrörelsens arkiv och bibliotek

14:00-15:00 TBA

15:00-15:30 Coffee

15:30-17:00 What needs to done? Concluding discussion

Senast uppdaterad: 9 juni 2015