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II Seminário Internacional Mundos do Trabalho - VI Jornadas de História do Trabalho
Program

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November 27th
9am – 10am
Official opening cerimony - Auditorium (ground floor)
  • Celso Castro (Director CPDOC/FGV)
  • Benito Schmidt (President da National History Association: Anpuh- Brasil)
  • Paulo Fontes (Professor CPDOC/FGV e National Coordinator of GT Worlds of Labor)


10am – Noon
Keynote speaker
  • Ângela de Castro Gomes (CPDOC/FGV)


1:30pm – 3h30pm Coordinated Sessions:

1. To work or not to work: subaltern groups in labor history - Auditorium (ground floor)

[ Abstract ]
  1. The boundaries of work in the debate about prostitution. Perspectives from Bolivia.
    Pascale Absil (Researcher IRD, Université de Paris 1, France)
  2. Between wage labor and petty crime: Household Economies in Autobiographic Writings of German Working Classes around 1900
    Jürgen Schmidt (Researcher, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany)
  3. A work to be learned: changes in the conception of "domestic service" (Rio de Janeiro, early twentieth century)
    Lerice de Castro Garzoni (Doctor in History, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil)
  4. Prostitutes’ backgrounds during the interwar period
    Magaly Rodriguez Garcia (Postdoctoral fellow, FWO, Belgium)
  5. On tour: variety artists, gender and labor in the 1910s
    Cristiana Schettini (Professor, Universidad Nacional de General San Martín, Argentina)
Commentator: Victor Silverman (Pomona College, United States)

2. Sport and Labor: Relations - Room 201

[ Abstract ]
  1. Between the elites and popular classes: jockeys – the first professional athletes
    Victor Andrade de Melo (Professor, History, Universidade Federal de Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
  2. Sport and work in the corporatism of Vargas and Salazar (1930-1945)
    Maurício Drumond (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Federal de Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
  3. Football players in Rio de Janeiro: an exploration of workers without a profession (1904-1933)
    João Manuel Casquinha Malaia Santos (Professor, Universidade Nove de Julho, São Paulo, Brazil)
  4. Between the whistles of the factory and the field: football in the suburbs of Rio de Janeiro (1914-1923)
    Nei Jorge Santos (Master’s Student, History, Universidade Federal de Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
  5. Partnership, community and abnegation: the Anhanguera Athletic Association and sandlot football (1928-1958).
    Diana Mendes Machado da Silva (Master’s Student, History, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil)
Commentator: Leonardo Pereira (Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro)

3. Worlds of Labor in Latin America: contemporary challenges - Room 102

[ Abstract ]
  1. “I wanted the factory as mine”. Workers’ accounts of the closing of Swift in Berisso
    Eleonora Bretal (Professor, Sociology, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina)
  2. Four cases of factories managed by workers: Brazil and Argentina
    Josiane Lombardi Verago (Researcher, Centro de Memória Operária e Popular, Brazil)
  3. Work and the Solidarity Economy: old and new reconfigurations of work in Brazil
    Sônia Marise Salles Carvalho (Professor, Education, Universidade de Brasília, Brazil)
  4. Chalk boards, strikes and pickets: a history of teachers’ conflicts in 1997 in Neuquén, Argentina
    Andrea Andujar (Researcher, Interdisciplinary Institute of Gender Studies, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Commentator: Leonardo Mello (Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil)

4. Work and Exclusion in Brazilian Sugar Plantations, 20th Century - Room 302

[ Abstract ]
  1. The 1941 Sugar Plantation Statute and the ‘peculiar’ exclusion of rural workers
    Gillian McGillivray (Professor, York University, Canada)
  2. Lands of sugar, lands of exclusion
    Christine Rufino Dabat (Professor, History, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil)
  3. Rural workers in the face of violence: resistance in the 1980s
    Maria do Socorro de Abreu e Lima (Professor, History, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil)
  4. The Regional Office of the Ministry of Labor in the face of the “insurmountable” territorial limits of sugar plantations, (1979-85)
    José Marcelo Marques Ferreira Filho (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil)
Commentator: Mario Grynszpan (Centro de Pesquisa e Documentação de História Contemporânea do Brasil CPDOC/ Fundação Getulio Vargas, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

5. Workers and the Police in Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires, 20th Century - Room 303

[ Abstract ]
  1. The port region as a police case in Rio de Janeiro in the First Republic
    Rômulo Costa Mattos (Professor, History, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
  2. Police persecution of samba in Rio de Janeiro (1900-1930)
    Juliana Lessa Vieira (Master’s Student, History, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil)
  3. Consensus and coercion: people excluded from citizenship in the Vargas era (1930-1945)
    Giovanna de Abreu Antonaci (Master’s Student, History, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil)
  4. The police and the production of instability in the shantytown: 1950-1964
    Marco Marques Pestana de Aguiar Guedes (Master’s Student, History, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil)
  5. Police documents and the social history of labor: the DIPBA archives in Argentina
    Pablo Gigliani (Professor, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina)
Commentator: Amy Chazkel (City University of New York)



4pm - 6pm Coordinated Sessions:

6. Workers and Populism in Brazil and Argentina: experiences and theoretical debates - Auditorium (ground floor)

[ Abstract ]
  1. Populism: considerations about a specter that haunts the world
    Murilo Leal Pereira Neto (Professor, History, Universidade Federal de São Paulo, Osasco, Brazil)
  2. Nationalism of the masses and class relations in the context of the Second World War: the case of Recife
    Alexandre Fortes (Professor, History and Economics, Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
  3. Art, State and Labor. Educational-artistic projects for workers during the first Peronist period
    Yanina Andrea Leonardi (Doctor in History, Universidade de Buenos Aires, Argentina, Investigator, Conicet)
  4. "Bonapartism" e "populism": interpretative convergences during the 1930-1964 period of the Brazilian Republic
    Felipe Abranches Demier (Doctor in History, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil)
  5. Labor conflicts and union behavior during the third presidency of Juan D. Perón (1973-74)
    Alejandro M. Schneider (Professor, History, UNLP, Argentina)
Commentator: Norberto Ferreras (Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil)

7. Catholic Unionism and the world of work in the first half of the twentieth century - Room 201

[ Abstract ]
  1. Social Catholicism, Catholicism of the masses and mutualism in Argentina: 1900-1950. The case of the Rosario Workers’ Circle
    Diego Mauro (Professor, History, Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentina)
  2. The influence of pro-Catholic, pre-Peronist unionism in the development of Peronism in Córdoba.
    Jessica Blanco (Doctoral Student, History, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina)
  3. “Yeast of the Kingdom”: Catholic Worker Youth (JOC) in Uruguay through its journal “Young Worker” (1944-1959)
    Lorena García Mourelle (Universidad de la República, Uruguay)
  4. The role of women in catholic workers’ association. A comparative study of Rosario and Córdoba
    Gardenia Vidal (Professor, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina)
  5. Between the yellow and the red: worker internationalism, ‘disputes for space’, and Catholic organization of workers in Belo Horizonte
    Deivison Gonçalves Amaral (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil)
Commentator: Christiane Jalles (Centro de Pesquisa e Documentação de História Contemporânea do Brasil CPDOC/ Fundação Getulio Vargas, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

8. History, Literature and the Visual Arts: intellectual engagement in question - Room 102

[ Abstract ]
  1. Contracts and Cancellations: the “theater class” in Rio de Janeiro and the professionalization of the actor,
    Silvia Cristina Martins de Souza (Professor, History, Universidade Estadual de Londrina, Brazil)
  2. “Stirring the whites”: Abolitionist criticism and militancy in the work of João da Cruz e Sousa
    Luiz Alberto de Souza (Master’s Student, History, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil)
  3. The engaged chronicle of Lima Barreto
    Denílson Botelho (Professor, History and Geography, Universidade Federal de Piauí, Brazil)
  4. Boys and girls in the factory: representations of urban workers in Brazilian modernism
    Andréa Casa Nova (Professor, History, Universidade Federal de Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
  5. The chronicle of drought: Leonardo Mota and rural migrants in flight (Ceará, 1915)
    Frederico de Castro Neves (Professor, History, Universidade Federal de Ceará)
Commentator: Adriano Duarte (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil)

9. Workers confront municipal government: conflicts and strategies of negotiation - Room 302

[ Abstract ]
  1. Strikes against laws: sanitation workers and the municipal government of Rio de Janeiro (1873-1876)
    Paulo Cruz Terra (Doctor, History, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil)
  2. Building in the suburbs: conflicts between suburban workers and the municipal governments (Rio de Janeiro, 1890-1910)
    Cristiane Regina Miyasaka (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil)
  3. Demands and discussions about municipal workers (federal capital, 1892-1902)
    Marcelo de Souza Magalhães (Professor, History, Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
  4. Municipal government and studies of workers in the Brazilian Empire
    Juliana Teixeira Souza (Professor, History,Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil)
  5. Despite everything, no: black workers and low prestige among electors in Sé, São Paulo, 1890
    Ana Flávia Magalhães Pinto (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil)
Commentator: Fabiane Popinigis (Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

10. Education and work in Brazil, 20th century - Room 303

[ Abstract ]
  1. The formation of work in the SENAI schools: thinking about the forms of work and education
    Desire Luciane D. Lima (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil)
  2. The creation of SENAI in the context of the Vargas era
    Marcelo Augusto Monteiro de Carvalho (Professor, Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia de São Paulo, Brazil)
  3. Childhood in the factories: child labor and industrial education in the south of Brazil
    Vania Herédia (Professor, Universidade de Caxias do Sul, Brazil) and Ramon Tisott (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)
  4. A class of professionals that the nation lacks (1939-2011)
    Maria Lucia Mendes de Carvalho (Doctoral Student, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil) and Monica de Oliveira Costa (Escola Técnica Estadual Carlos de Campos, Brazil)
  5. The School of Crafters Apprentice of Bahia: crossroads of the professional education between 1909 and 1937.
    Rosimeire Pereira dos Santos (Master student in History, Uneb, Bahia)
Commentator: Marcelo Mac Cord (Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil)

November 28th
9 - 12am Roundtable 1: Labor History: Interdisciplinary dialogues - Auditorium (ground floor)
  • Coordination: José Ricardo Ramalho (UFRJ)
  • Adalberto Cardoso (IESP-UERJ)
  • Francisco Foot Hardman (UNICAMP)
  • Renato Colistete (FEA-USP)
  • José Sérgio Leite Lopes (Museu Nacional/UFRJ)


1:30pm – 3:30pm Coordinated Sessions:

11. Migrations and the Labor Market in Global Perspective - Auditorium (ground floor)

[ Abstract ]
  1. The Guest worker-system and its impact on migrants workers in 20th century Western Europe
    Marcel Berlinghoff (Researcher, Heidelberg University, Germany)
  2. Labor markets in the colonial context. How colonialism produced wage laborers in 19th century Algeria
    Julia Harnoncourt (Doctoral Student, University of Vienna, Austria)
  3. Themes and Challenges in the history of Work in Francophone West Africa - The Case of Senegal
    Babacar Fall (Professor, Faculté des Sciences et Technologies de l'Education et de la Formation, Université Cheikh Anta Diop, Dakar, Senegal)
  4. Japanese immigrants and the agricultural labor market in São Paulo, 1908- 1958
    Gustavo Takeshy Taniguti (Doctoral Student, Sociology, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil)
Commentator: Alain Pascal (Universidade Federal Rural de Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

12. In the transition to free labor: workers in transit - Room 201

[ Abstract ]
  1. Abolitionism and the collective action of the working class: a look beyond the national from a Brazilian perspective
    Marcelo Badaró Mattos (Professor, History, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil)
  2. Justo and Giovanni: two master shoemakers
    Beatriz Ana Loner (Visiting Professor, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, Brazil)
  3. Between captivity and industry: free Africans in the São João do Ipanema Royal Iron Factory, Sorocaba, São Paulo, Brazil (1830-1840)
    Mariana Alice Pereira Schatzer Ribeiro (Master’s Student, History, Universidade Estadual Paulista, Assis, Brazil)
  4. The Union of Long Shore Workers: the struggle for a national union, 1903-1915.
    Maria Cecília Velasco e Cruz (Professor, History, Universidade Federal da Bahia, Brazil)
  5. The precariousness of law and liberty in the Brazilian Empire: a study of the process of re-enslavement in Brazil
    Mariana Armond Dias Paes (Master’s Student, Law, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil)
Comentador: Beatriz Mamigoniam (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil)

13. History and Labor Law - Room 102

[ Abstract ]
  1. Between the Negotiated and the Legislated: Workers and Labor Courts in Brazil
    Fernando Teixeira da Silva (Professor, History, Universidade Estadual de Campinas)
  2. The old and the young, the masculine and the feminine, the rural and the urban: profiles of workers, demands and strategies of struggle
    Rita de Cássia Mendes Pereira (Professor, History, Universidade Estadual do Sudoeste da Bahia, Brazil)
  3. The 1946 Coal Miners’ Strike in Rio Grande do Sul and the Labor Courts
    Clarice Gontarski Speranza (Post doctoral fellow in History UFPel, Brazil)
  4. In the time of the struggle for rights: Labor Courts and salary negotiations in Porto Alegre from 1958 to 1964
    Alisson Droppa (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil)
  5. Individual or collective?: The Labor Court in La Plata in the post-Peronist period
    Andrés Stagnaro (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Nacional de La Plata- Argentina)
Commentator: Elina Pessanha (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

14. Public policy and the world of work in Republican Brazil: struggles, demands and conquests (1930-1990) - Room 302

[ Abstract ]
  1. Plate of the day in the Food Service of the Social Service Ministry (SAPS): a food policy for workers (1940-1967)
    Ana Maria da Costa Evangelista (Professor, Rede Estadual de Ensino de Minas Gerais, Brazil)
  2. The view of the militant press in Rio de Janeiro about the labor policy of the provisional government of Getulio Vargas
    Luis Eduardo de Oliveira (Professor, Instituto Superior de Educação Carlos Chagas, Juiz de Fora, MG, Brazil)
  3. "From the workers to the Social Service Ministry": the relations between workers and the Food Service of the Social Service Ministry (1947-1950)
    Marcela Fogagnoli (Doctoral Student, COC-Fiocruz, Brazil)
  4. Workers and students: the struggle for a democratic transition in Brazil and the foundation of the Workers’ Party (1974-1984)
    Gislene Edwiges de Lacerda (Doctoral Student, Social History, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
  5. The worker and the plate of the day: Sociology and Nutrition in a study of Josué de Castro about the standard of living of workers
    Angelo Del Vecchio (Professor, Faculdade de Ciências e Letras, Universidade Estadual Paulista, Araraquara, Brazil)
Commentator: Gisele Sanglard (Fiocruz and Universidade Severino Sombra, Brazil)

15. Worlds of Labor and Public History - Room 303

[ Abstract ]
  1. Networks of documentation and public memory from the experience of the Centro de Pastoral Vergueiro (CPV) – 1970s-1980s
    Paula Ribeiro Salles (Master’s Student, History, Pontifícia Universidade Católica, São Paulo, Brazil)
  2. Work and workers in the proposal of the Museum of Work and the Worker in São Bernardo do Campo
    Hélio da Costa (Doctoral Student, Sociology, Universidade de São Paulo and Researcher of the Social Observatory Institute, Brazil)
  3. From historiography to the schoolroom: the themes of work and workers in Brazilian text books
    Silvia Regina Petersen (Professor, History, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)
  4. From the depths of the mine to the museum display case: the new museological proposal of the State Museum of Coal (Arroio dos Ratos, RS)
    Benito Bisso Schmidt (Professor, History, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil) and Letícia Bauer (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)
  5. Experiences of political-union formation in Argentina in the 1960s and 1970s
    Gabriela Scodeller (Researcher, Instituto Gino Germani, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Commentator: Luciana Heymann (Centro de Pesquisa e Documentação de História Contemporânea do Brasil/Fundação Getulio Vargas, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)



4pm-6pm Coordinated Sessions:

16. The meanings of freedom in the trajectories of freed slaves: work contracts, education and the press - Auditorium (ground floor)

[ Abstract ]
  1. Slaves’ negotiation and slave owners’ strategy in the last years of slavery
    Fabiane Popinigis (Professor, History, Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
  2. Education and the road to freedom: Silvino Azeredo and the education of slaves leaving captivity
    Álvaro Pereira do Nascimento (Professor, History, Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
  3. Freedom as a horizon of expectation: about the significance of post-abolition before it happened
    Henrique Espada Lima (Professor, History, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil)
  4. Workers, Apprentices and the struggle for the 8-hour day. Recife, 1890-1891.
    Marcelo Mac Cord (Professor, Education, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil)
  5. “Don’t call it his captivity, because he’s free, and he’ll pay you for the services that were done”: slaves and free blacks in Colonial Bahia
    Daniele Santos de Souza (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Federal da Bahia, Brazil)
Commentator: Marta Abreu (Universidade Federal Fluminense)

17. Anarchisms, Socialisms and worlds of labor in the Southern Cone of South America (1840-1950) - Room 201

[ Abstract ]
  1. Between reason and faith: disputes among anarchists and Catholics for the education of workers and their children (Brazil, 1900-1920)
    Isabel Bilhão (Professor, History, Universidade de Passo Fundo, Brazil)
  2. Anarchists in Montevideo: ideas and practices about workers’ free time (1920-1950)
    Rodolfo Porrini (Professor, History, Universidade do Uruguai, Uruguay)
  3. Economic struggles and anarchism: anarchist strategies and conceptions in Brazil during the first two decades of the twentieth century
    Tiago Bernardon de Oliveira (Professor, History, Universidade Federal de Paraiba, Brazil)
  4. The Union Industrial Society (Sociedade Union Industrielle): an association of socialists in Brazil in 1841
    Ivone Gallo (Doctor, History, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil)
  5. Maximalism as problem: the circulation and reappropriations of references to Bolshevism in the Brazilian workers’ movement between 1917 and 1919.
    Frederico Duarte Bartz (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Federal de Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)
Commentator: Carlo Romani (Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

18. Workers, elections, inflation and struggles for rights after World War II - Room 102

[ Abstract ]
  1. Workers, politics and working-class citizenship in Bahia in the context of democratic transition (1945-1947)
    Edinaldo Antonio Oliveira Souza (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Federal da Bahia, Brazil)
  2. Representing the workers: the elections of 1947 and the action of Communist deputies in the Legislative Assembly of Alagoas
    Anderson Vieira Moura (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil)
  3. An analysis of party politics from the perspective of social history: the elections of 1947 in Santa Catarina
    Camilo Buss Araujo (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil)
  4. Jânio Quadros and the indignation of the mass crowds who controlled prices
    Jefferson José Queler (Professor, History, Universidade Federal de Ouro Preto, Brazil)
Commentator: Luís Reznik (Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

19. Approaches and contemporary problems of labor in Latin America - Room 302

[ Abstract ]
  1. The environment and labor market in the context of economic marginality. Chaco - Argentina: 1960-1976
    Adrián Gustavo Zarrilli (Professor, Social Sciences, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes, Argentina)
  2. Work Analgous to Slavery: reflections on the uses and appropriation of unemployment insurance
    Cristiana Costa da Rocha (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil)
  3. NGO’s, empowerment, approach to rights and the recognition of work in the economy of caring
    Jorge O. Romano (Doctor, Social Sciences, CPDA/Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) and Rachel Moussié (Coordenador, Direitos Econômicos da Mulher, ActionAid, Brazil)
  4. The program “Decent Work” of the International Labor Organization: Uses and applications by NGO’s and civil society organizations
    Norberto O. Ferreras (Professor, History, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil)
Commentator: Marco Aurélio Santana (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

20. Worlds of labor in the west of Brazil: history and local/national/transnational historiography - Room 301

[ Abstract ]
  1. Iron workers and the struggle for rights in the Labor Court of Corumbá (in the 1960s and 1970s)
    Rodrigo Salvador de Araujo (Master’s Student, History, Universidade Federal da Grande Dourados, Brazil)
  2. The citizen-soldier: questions about work and borders in Mato Grosso (1900-1930)
    Carlos Alexandre Barros Trubiliano (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Estadual Paulista, Franca, Brazil)
  3. Slaves, rural workers and indigenous peoples in the southern fields of Mato Grosso (XVIII and XIX centuries)
    Maria Celma Borges (Professor, History, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil)
  4. In the limits of civility: narratives of militant workers
    Vitor Wagner Neto de Oliveira (Professor, History, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil)
Commentator: Paulo Pinheiro Machado (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil)



6:30pm – 9 pm Administrative Meeting of the Worlds of Labor Workgroup - Auditorium (ground floor)
November 29th
9am – 12am Roundtable 2: Latin America and Global Labor History - Auditorium (ground floor)
  • Coordination: Maria Verónica Secreto (UFF)
  • Angela Vergara (University of San Diego, Califórnia)
  • Rossana Barragán (International Institute of Social History/Amsterdam)
  • Mirta Lobato (Universidade de Buenos Aires)
  • Carlos Illades (UNAM)


1:30pm – 3:30pm Coordinated Sessions:

21. Socialism, mutualism and political participation in Brazil and Argentina - Auditorium (ground floor)

[ Abstract ]
  1. Many voters and few electors: the difficult conquest of working-class citizenship in the Brazilian Empire (Salvador, 1850-1881)
    Aldrin Armstrong Silva Castelucci (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Federal da Bahia, Brazil)
  2. Political experiences of workers in Tucumán in the years between the wars
    Maria Ullivarri (Post-Doctoral Student, ISES, Universidad Nacional de Tucumán, Argentina)
  3. Bahian apprentices in a moment of crisis and mutualism in debate (1852)
    Maria das Graças de Andrade Leal (Professor, History, Universidade Estadual de Bahia, Brazil)
  4. Naval workshops: work and social protection in the formation of mutualism in Rio de Janeiro
    David P. Lacerda (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil)
  5. José Ingenieros and Brazilian socialists at the turn of the nineteenth to the twentieth century
    Claudio H. M. Batalha (Professor, History, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil)
Commentator: Claudia Viscardi (Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora, Brazil)

22. Expert views of the world of work – Latin American Perspectives - Room 201

[ Abstract ]
  1. The Laws of Misfortune of 1934 and 1944
    Evangelia Aravanis (Professor, History, Universidade Luterana of Brazil, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)
  2. Workers’ health from the perspective of Columbian doctors, 1892-1954
    Oscar Gallo Vélez (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil)
  3. The health of workers among doctors, assistance and charlatanism, 1875-1930
    Jorge Márquez Valderrama (Professor, Universidad Nacional de Colômbia, Medellín, Colômbia)
  4. From human capital to profit from work: workers and industrialization in Argentina, 1930-1945
    Hernán González Bollo (CONICET, IEHS,Tandil, Argentina)
  5. “Recuperating bodies for capital”: the Center of Professional Rehabilitation of João Pessoa and the Brazilian military dictatorship
    Ana Beatriz Ribeiro Barros Silva (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil)
Commentator: Marcos Cueto (Fiocruz)

23. Strike movements, Union Organization and Democracy - Room 102

[ Abstract ]
  1. Criciúma, September 1979 – A city sacked by workers: the workers’ strike of September 1979
    Antonio Luiz Miranda (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil)
  2. Pickets in the collective mobilization of metal workers in ABC Paulista (1980)
    Francisco Barbosa de Macedo (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil)
  3. The strike as a “police case”: police repression of the general strike for a nationalist cabinet in July 1962
    Demian Bezerra de Melo (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil)
  4. Ruptures and alliances as the “empire of business unionists”: Goulart and the elections of the National Confederation of Industrial Workers
    Felipe Loureiro (Professor, Economics, Faculdade Cásper Libero, São Paulo, Brazil)
Commentator: Alexandre Fortes (Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

24. Labor History Sources - Room 302

[ Abstract ]
  1. Photographic (In) Visibilities of the world of work: visual representations and fault of the visible in images of Globo magazine
    Cláudio de Sá Machado Jr. (Post-Doctoral Student, Universidade Federal de Pelotas, Brazil)
  2. The dynamic of urban expansion in Belo Horizonte and the world of work through workers’ labor court processes (1940-1970)
    Marcelo Magalhães Godoy (Professor, Economic Sciences, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil)
  3. On the streets of the city
    Valéria Marques Lobo (Professor, History, Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora, Brazil)
  4. Factory press and working-class culture in Blumenau, Santa Catarina (1963-1968)
    Cristina Ferreira (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil)
  5. Working-class press in Maceió (1898-1920)
    Osvaldo Batista Acioly Maciel (Professor, History, Universidade Federal de Alagoas, Brazil)
Commentator: Henrique Espada (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil)

25. Under the dominion of the law? The importance of public institutions in mounting a strategy of struggle among workers - Room 303

[ Abstract ]
  1. The Regional Tribunal of Labor of the First Region and its magistrates during the Civil-Military Dictatorship
    Claudiane Torres (Doctoral Student, History, Centro de Pesquisa e Documentação de História Contemporânea do Brasil CPDOC/ Fundação Getulio Vargas, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) )
  2. The law defining a new category of worker: artists as workers (1928-1943)
    Flavia Ribeiro Veras (Master’s Student, History, Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
  3. The action of Leonel Brizola in the first legislature (1947-1951)
    Vinicius Fernandes (Master’s Student, History, Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
  4. Radicalism, reformisms or resistances: the groups of the Eleven in Santa Catarina
    Diego Pacheco (Master’s Student, History, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil)
  5. Meritocracy and the improvement of public administration in the New State: the Daspiana technical elite and DASP (1938-1945)
    Fernanda Lima Rabelo (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
Commentator: Murilo Leal (Universidade Federal de São Paulo, Brazil)



4pm - 6pm Coordinated Sessions:

26. Unions in Latin America and their international relations: alliances, negotiations and conflicts - Auditorium (ground floor)

[ Abstract ]
  1. Alliances and International Encounters: Unionism, Internationalism and Interventionism during the Cold War in Chile
    Angela Vergara (Professor, History, State University of California, Los Angeles, United States)
  2. “They said I returned American”: Brazilian union leaders in the United States
    Larissa Rosa Corrêa (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil)
  3. Between the national and the international: Brazilian metal workers on the road to the construction of a world-wide union agenda
    Kimi Tomizaki (Professor, Education, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil)
  4. Bread and Butter for Latin American Workers: Creating AIFLD
    Robert Waters (Professor, Ohio Northern University, United States)
  5. The General Confederation of Maritime and Related Workers and their perspectives on the international plane (1948 - 1950)
    Gustavo Nicolás Contreras (Professor, Universidad Nacional de Mar Del Plata, Argentina)
Commentator: Leon Fink (University of Illinois at Chicago, United States)

27. Land, Labor, Struggle and Memory - Room 201

[ Abstract ]
  1. The attack on the stations: an episode from the Contestado through a narrative of Robert Helling.
    Márcia Janete Espig (Professor, History, Universidade Federal de Pelotas, Brazil)
  2. "On behalf of the victims": legislation, military professionalism and family claims during the Contestado War
    Rogério Rosa Rodrigues (Professor, History, Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina, Brazil)
  3. The occupation of the highlands of Santa Catarina during the Contestado War
    Paulo Pinheiro Machado (Professor, History, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil)
  4. Individual trajectories and (in) the collective project: the construction of the Rural Landless Workers’ Movement (MST) in Ceará (1989-1997)
    Rose Elke Debiazi (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Federal do Paraná, Brazil)
  5. Land and Labor: Agrarian Reform and Worlds of Work in the state of São Paulo
    Clifford Andrew Welch (Professor, History, Universidade Federal de São Paulo, Brazil)
Commentator: Leonilde Medeiros (CPDA/Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

28. Work, gender and racial relations in literature and social thought - Room 102

[ Abstract ]
  1. Proud to work: feminine labor as a form of social prescription in the Jornal das Famílias
    Daniela Magalhães da Silveira (Professor, História, Universidade Federal de Uberlandia, Brazil)
  2. Workers and racial relations in Brazilian historiography and social sciences in the 1930s and 1940s
    Sarah Calvi Amaral Silva (Doctoral Student, History, niversidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)
  3. When the cup of gratitude overflows: from dependence to feminine work in the literature of Machado de Assis
    Daniele Maria Megid (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil)
  4. “Roses are born among thorns”: feminine participation in the workers’ movement in Brazil and Argentina
    Raquel Paz dos Santos (Doctor in History, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil)
Commentator: Cristiana Schettini (Universidade Nacional de San Martín, Argentina)

29. The Memory of Work and the Technical Worker in Healthcare - Room 302

[ Abstract ]
  1. Sanitary worker: practices, knowledge and identity formation (1940-60)
    José Roberto Franco Reis (Professor-researcher, Escola Politécnica de Saúde Joaquim Venâncio-FIOCRUZ, Brazil)
  2. "Everyone in their place" : healthcare workers in the 1940s-1950s
    Muza Clara Chaves Velasques (Professor-researcher, Escola Politécnica de Saúde Joaquim Venâncio-FIOCRUZ, Brazil)
  3. The construction of the technical worker in the first decades of the twentieth century: the experience of FIOCRUZ
    Renata Reis Batistella (Professor-researcher, Escola Politécnica de Saúde Joaquim Venâncio-FIOCRUZ, Brazil)
  4. Technical workers in healthcare in Brazil: work and the technical worker in hemotherapy in the last decades of the twentieth century
    Daiana Crús Chagas (Researcher, Escola Politécnica de Saúde Joaquim Venâncio-FIOCRUZ, Brazil)
Commentator: Luís Antonio Teixeira (FIOCRUZ)

30. Professional categories and labor relations between the local and global - Room 303

[ Abstract ]
  1. Railways and work: labor relations and the leisure of railway workers in the Central of Piauí, 1960 to 1980
    Lêda Rodrigues Vieira (Professor, History, Universidade Estadual do Piauí, Brazil)
  2. Between the experience of the worker and media discourse: a study of work in poultry slaughterhouses in the west of Paraná, Brazil.
    Aparecida Darc de Souza (Professor, History, Universidade Estadual do Oeste do Paraná, Brazil)
  3. Workers and labor relations in slaughterhouses in Brazil and the United States
    Antônio Bosi (Professor, History, Universidade Estadual do Oeste do Paraná, Brazil)
  4. Faces of honor: an ethnographic study of workers in coalmines in Brazil and France
    Marta Cioccari (Professor-researcher, Prodoc-CAPES, Museu Nacional, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
  5. Francisco de Paula Brito, boss and bidder
    Rodrigo Camargo de Godói (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil)
Commentator: Andrea Casa Nova (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

November 30th
9am – 12am Roundtable 3: Rethinking “labor”, and the (male and female) “workers” in social history - Auditorium (ground floor)
  • Coordination: Claudio Batalha (Unicamp)
  • Marcel van der Linden (IIHS)
  • Sidney Chalhoub (Unicamp)
  • Rana Behal (Universty of Dehli)
  • Peter Alexander (University of Johannesburg)


1:30pm – 3:30pm Coordinated Sessions:

31. Petroleum and naval workers: studies in the global history of labor - Auditorium (ground floor)

[ Abstract ]
  1. Can we write the history of capitalism through the global history of labor? The case of naval workers (1950-2010)
    Raquel Varela (Researcher, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal and the International Institute for Social History, Amsterdam, Holland)
  2. Industrial discipline, conflict and worker organization in a state company. Astillero Río Santiago 1964-1984
    Paula Eva Ivonne Barragán Sáez (Doctoral Student, History, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina)
  3. In the name of the nation...and of the workers: the construction of union identity among petroleum workers (Bahia, 1959- 1985)
    Alex de Souza Ivo (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Federal da Bahia, Brazil)
  4. The making of Abadan Oil Refinary
    Touraj Atabaki (Director of the Middle East and Central Asia desk at the International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam, Holland)
Commentator: John French (Duke University, United States)

32. E. P. Thompson: reason, democracy and human agency - Room 201

[ Abstract ]
  1. Law, justice and rights in the work of E. P. Thompson
    Adriano Luiz Duarte (Professor, History, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil)
  2. The idea of exterminism in E. P. Thompson: realism and contradiction
    Ricardo Gaspar Müller (Professor, Social Sciences, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil)
  3. The legacy of Thompson in the study of crowds and popular protests
    Sidnei José Munhoz (Professor, History, Universidade Estadual de Maringá, Brazil)
  4. Mary Wollstonecraft and Edward P. Thompson: a question of gender
    Ivania Pocinho Motta (Doctoral Student, History,Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil)
  5. Autonomist culture and deregulation in Brazil: what does the dialogue between Thompson and sociology allow us to see?
    Gustavo Neves Bezerra (Professor, Social Sciences, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Volta Redonda)
Commentator: Marcelo Badaró (Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil)

33. Legislation, Rights and the Labor Courts - Room 102

[ Abstract ]
  1. Modernization, Justice and Labor
    Alessandra Belo Assis Silva (Master’s Student, History, Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora, Brazil)
  2. Labor, Judicial Archives and Histories of the Councils of Conciliation and Judgment in the interior of Pernambuco (1979 – 1981).
    Cristhiane Laysa Andrade Teixeira (Master’s Student, History, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil)
  3. The radio worker in the Labor Court: Hope and Culture in the 1940s
    Mário Cléber Martins Lanna Júnior (Professor, History, Pontifícia Universidade Católica, Minas Gerais, Brazil)
  4. The power of command in dispute
    Vinícius de Rezende (Professor, Escola DIEESE de Ciências do Trabalho, São Paulo, Brazil)
  5. The Attorney General of the Justice of Paraná, Brasil, Pinheiro Machado, and the backlands of Paraná, 1937-1945.
    Tatiana Dantas Marchette (Doctoral Student, History, Universidade Federal do Paraná, Brazil)
Commentator: Benito Schmidt (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)

34. Slave and free; rural and urban; local and global: the working class and its networks beyond historiographic borders - Room 302

[ Abstract ]
  1. Between slavery and freedom: domestic workers and the world of work in the city of Rio de Janeiro at the end of the nineteenth century
    Flavia Fernandes de Souza (Master’s Student, History, Universidade Estadual do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
  2. The businessman, the worker and the “Big Factory Family”
    Juçara da Silva Barbosa de Mello (Doctoral Student, History, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
  3. The working-class neighborhood and its networks: workers, politics and the (re) formation of a Fluminense working-class community
    Luciana Pucu Wollmann do Amaral (Doctoral Student, History, Centro de Pesquisa e Documentação de História Contemporânea do Brasil CPDOC/ Fundação Getulio Vargas, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
  4. Confronting the other “Historiographical Berlin Wall”: connections between the rural and the urban in the world of labor
    Felipe Augusto dos Santos Ribeiro (Doctoral Student, History, Centro de Pesquisa e Documentação de História Contemporânea do Brasil CPDOC/ Fundação Getulio Vargas, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
  5. Between slavery and freedom: forging autonomy. Iron mines, nineteenth century.
    Maura Silveira Gonçalves de Britto (Master’s, History, Universidade Federal de Ouro Preto, Brazil)
Commentator: Antonio Luigi Negro (Universidade Federal da Bahia, Brazil)

35. Memory and Workers’ Archives – the role of free associations and unions - Room 303

[ Abstract ]
  1. Memory and history: communication and documentation in the process of registering the struggle – the experience of CPV – the Vergueiro Center of Documentation and Research
    Aldo Escobar (Jornalist, Brazil)
  2. The Memory Project of the Metal Workers’ Opposition in São Paulo - Protagonists in the history and memory of workers
    Sebastião Lopes Neto (Diretor, IIEP, São Paulo, Brazil)
  3. Union of Workers in the Cement Industry of São Paulo - “Union of the Jaws”
    Salvador Pires (President, FNT, 1975-1981, Brazil)
  4. Centers of Documentation and Memory? What do they serve? Who do they serve? The experience of the chemical and plastic workers’ union of São Paulo
    Iraní Dias de Menezes (Historian and Documentalist, Centro de Documentação e Memória do Sindicato dos Químicos de São Paulo, Brazil)
Commentator: Ricardo Pimenta (Instituto Universitário de Pesquisas do Rio de Janeiro/Universidade Candido Mendes and PPGHS/Universidade Severino Sombra, Brazil)



4pm - 7pm Roundtable 4: Go Global? Practices in transnational labor history - Auditorium (ground floor)
  • Coordination: Michael Hall (Unicamp)
  • John French (Duke University)
  • Andreas Eckert (Re:work and Humbolt University)
  • Maria Helena P. T. Machado (USP)
  • Leon Fink (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Email: mundosdotrabalho.cpdoc@fgv.br

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