Gender and Labour

Walsh, Maggie
June 1998
Labour History Review (Maney Publishing);Summer98, Vol. 63 Issue 2, p256
Academic Journal
This article highlights the Society for the Study of Labour History's conference Gender and Labour, which took place on March 14, 1998. The one day conference showed the range of gender and labor history. It encompassed a wide geographical area and demonstrated some of the diverse styles of lab our history. Two general sessions were held in the morning, namely Colin Heywood on Gender and Child Labour and Deborah Simonton on Gendering Labour in Eighteenth Century Towns, followed by Sheila Rowbotham on Women's Work and Livelihoods in the U.S. and Britain in the Twentieth Century.


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