Presentación de comunicaciones

  • Núria Mallorquí, “La oferta de educación elemental en la España del siglo XIX” comunicación presentada en Escolarización y alfabetización España 1787-1930. Facultat d’Economia. Universitat de Valencia. Valencia, 19 de enero de 2018.
  • Victoria López Barahona y José Antolín Nieto Sánchez, “Guilds’ confraternities and mutual aid brotherhoods in early modern Spain”, ponencia presentada en Third Conference on a Comparative History of Insurance Law in Europe: “Guilds”, Universidad de Augsburgo, 9 a 10 de febrero de 2018.
  • José Antolín Nieto Sánchez, “Labour Markets, Guilds, and Artisans’ Mobility in Castille and Aragon (Spain) in the Late Early Modern Period: a Comparison”, comunicación a presentar en la mesa V-12 – LAB12 : Occupations and Labour Relations in the Mediterranean Basin, c. 1800-2000: Portugal, Spain, Italy and Greece in Comparative Perspective, European Social Science History Conference, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK, 4 – 7 abril 2018 (6 abril 2018 16.30 – 18.30).
  • Jordi Ibarz y Brendan von Briesen, “From Corporations to Companies: the Development of Capitalism in Maritime Cargohandling in the Port of Barcelona (c. 1760-1863)”, comunicación a presentar en European Social Science History Conference, Belfast, 4-7 April 2018.
  • Carmen Sarasúa, ‘More industrial than once thought. Occupational Structure in Eighteenth Century Spain’, Panel: Towards an integrated quantitative account of European economic development at the regional level 1500-1914: The promise of occupational structure, European Social Science History Conference, Belfast, 4th-7th April 2018.
  • Victoria López y Carmen Sarasúa “Wool hand-spinning wages in eighteenth-century inland Spain”, comunicación para la sesión Women’s wages and time allocation in Western Europe during pre-industrial and industrial times (18th-early 20th centuries), de la ESSHC que tendrá lugar en Belfast, 4-7 April 2018 .
  •  Carbonell-Esteller, M., Marfany, J., Pujadas-Mora, J.M., ‘Migration and the household economy of the poor in Catalonia, 1762-1803”, comunicación a presentar en European Social Science History Conference, Belfast, 4-7 April 2018.
  • Núria Mallorquí, “School Acts and Elementary Education in 19th century Spain” comunicación presentada en European Social Science History Conference 2018. Session: School Acts and the Emerge of Modern School Systems II. Belfast, 4-7 abril 2018.
  • Carmen Sarasúa, ‘The eighteenth century economy and the transformations in the organization of work’, Class, gender and childhood in economic development. Conference celebrating the career of Professor Jane Humphries, All Souls College, Oxford, 19th-20th April 2018.
  • Jordi Ibarz y Enric García, “Spanish Mediterranean Navigation between Two Centuries: Sail and Steam in Competition”, comunicación a presentar en 5th Mediterranean Maritime History Network Conference, Constanta, 9-11 May 2018.
  • Victoria López Barahona, “Wool hand-spinners’ wages in eighteenth century inland Spain”, contribución al Seminario sobre salarios en España durante la Edad Moderna, organizado por prof. Jacob Weisdorf y prof. Eva Fernandez, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (se celebrará en Madrid en sitio aún no determinado), 10-11 mayo 2018: .
  • Carmen Sarasúa, ‘Men’s Work in pre-industrial Spain: irregular, part-time, seasonal’, paper presented at Session 7: Plenary Panel The Working Time of Men and Women in Pre-Industrial Europe. From under-employment to industriousness?, Invisible Hands: Reassessing the History of Work Conference, Glasgow University, 16th-18th May 2018.
  • Victoria López Barahona, “Craftsman-and-woman-ship: the gendered division of artisan labour in early-modern Madrid”, comunicación para la conferencia internacional Invisible Hands: Reassessing the History of Work, organizada por Centre for Gender History, University of Glasgow (UK), 16-18 de mayo 2018.
  • Jordi Ibarz y Enric García, “Spanish military and civil archives (and sources) for the study of maritime labour history (1850’s-1920’s)”, comunicación a presentar en 2nd Workshop SeaLiT, Barcelona, 15-16 june 2018.
  • José Antolín Nieto Sánchez, “Journeymen in Eighteenth-century Castile”, comunicación a presentar en la mesa The skilled workforce in the pre-modern world, organizada por Maarten M. Prak (Universiteit Utrecht) y Patrick P.H. Wallis (London School of Economics) en el World Economic History Congress, Boston, 31 de julio a 2 de Agosto de 2018.
  • Jordi Ibarz y Enric García, “Trips, Routes and Working Conditions. The Pattern of Day-by-Day in the Spanish Mediterranean Navigation During the Transition from Sail to Steam (1850’s-1920’s)”, comunicación a presentar en XVIII World Economic History Congress, Boston, 29 July-3 August 2018.
  • Carbonell-Esteller, M., Guerra, D. & Xicola, C., “Poor relief, institutional change and urban transformations 16th-19th centuries. A comparative approach: Havana, Girona, Barcelona.”, comunicación a presentar en Session 13, International Conference on Urban History, EAUH Roma, del 29 de agosto al 1 de septiembre de 2018.
  • Mercè Renom Pulit, “Food subsistence policies and poor relief in eighteenth-century Barcelona: The «fair price» and its effects on economic redistribution and social welfare“, comunicación a presentar en International Conference on Urban  History, EAUH Roma, del 29 de agosto al 1 de septiembre de 2018.
  • Jordi Ibarz, “Empresarios, organizaciones empresariales y cambio tecnológico en la carga y descarga del puerto de Barcelona, 1850’s-1980’s”, comunicación a presentar en Colloque international et interdisciplinaire. Outils, acteurs et pratiques des économies des villes portuaires maritimes en Europe méditerranéenne et atlantique du XVIIe siècle à nos jours. MUCEM, Marseille, 4-5 octobre 2018.
  • Disponible información detallada sobre las comunicaciones que se presentaron en la 2nd European Labour History Network Conference (París 2-4 de noviembre de 2017).
    Información en https://elhn2017.sciencesconf.org/