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The Republic of North Macedonia joined the COST Action!

December 20th, 2019|

A warm welcome to Biljana RISTOVSKA-JOSIFOVSKA who has just joined the WORCK management committee as national delegate for the Republic of North Macedonia. Also, we are happy to announce that Uiran Gebara SILVA from the [...]

Save the Date! First WORCK Conference in Budapest

October 16th, 2019|

The first WORCK Conference is going to take place on 16-20 September 2020 at the Central European University in Budapest, Hungary. The Call for Papers is now online. Further information will follow soon. [...]

Registration for Lyon Now Open

October 16th, 2019|

The programme for the first WORCK Meeting, taking place from 27-29 February 2020 in Lyon, is now online. Please register before 15 January 2020. To register, click here.

Just published: De Vito/Schiel/van Rossum 2019

October 14th, 2019|

The programmatic essay by Christian De Vito, Juliane Schiel and Matthias van Rossum arguing for a new approach to labor and social history has just been published: Christian De Vito/Juliane Schiel/Matthias van Rossum, From [...]



Publications are sorted in alphabetical order, using the first author’s last name.

  • Achim, Vorel (2015): Munca forţată în Transnistria: “Organizarea muncii” evreilor şi romilor, decembrie 1942 – martie 1944.
  • Achim, Vorel (2015), The Forced Labour of the Gypsies in Transnistria: The Regulation of December 1942 and the Reality on the Ground, in: Historical Yearbook XI-XII, pp. 209-224.
  • Achim, Vorel (2013): Die Zwangsarbeit der deportierten Juden und Roma für die Wehrmacht in Transnistrien, in: Pohl, Dieter/Sebta, Tanja (eds.), Zwangsarbeit in Hitlers Europa: Besatzung, Arbeit, Folgen, pp. 271-292.
  • Almagro Vidal, Clara (2019), “Our Moors”: Military Orders and Unfree Muslims in the Kingdom of Castile, in: Morton, Nicholas (ed.), The Military Orders, Vol. VII: Piety, Pugnacity and Property, pp. 139-148.
  • Almagro Vidal, Clara (2018), Más Allá de la Aljama: Comunidades Musulmanas bajo el Dominio de la Orden de Calatrava en Castilla, in: En la España Medieval 41, pp. 9-22.
  • Almagro Vidal, Clara (2017), Moros al Servicio de las Órdenes Militares en Castilla: Algunas Reflexiones, in: Actas del XIII Simposio Internacional de Mudejarismo Celebrado en Teruel, 4-5 septiembre de 2014 , pp. 191-200.
  • Bänziger, Peter-Paul (forthcoming): Die Moderne als Erlebnis. Eine Geschichte der Konsum- und Arbeitsgesellschaft, ca. 1840-1940.
  • Bänziger, Peter-Paul (forthcoming): The Co-Production of Labor Markets and Nation States, c. 1850-2000, in: Mense, Ursula/Welskopp, Thomas/Zaharieva, Anna (eds.), In Search of the Global Labor Market.
  • Bänziger, Peter-Paul/Suter, Mischa (eds.) (2017): Histories of Productivity. Genealogical Perspectives on the Body and Modern Economy.
  • Bartha, Eszter (2019), “This Workers’ Hostel Lost Almost Every Bit of Added Value It Had”: Workers’ Hostels, Social Rights and Legitimization in Hungary and the German Democratic Republic, in: Siefert, Marsha (ed.), Labor in State-Socialist Europe after 1945: Contributions to a History of Work, pp. 167-194.
  • Bartha, Eszter (2017), Transforming Labour: From the Workers’ State to the Post-Socialist Re-Organization of Industry and Workplace Communities: Carl Zeiss Jena (East Germany) and Rába in Győr (Hungary), in: Jahrbuch für Wirtschaftsgeschichte 58/2, pp. 413-438.
  • Bartha, Eszter (2013), Alienating Labour: Workers on the Road from Socialism to Capitalism in East Germany and Hungary.
  • Batista, Anamarija (fortcoming), Das Gebäude schwebt über sein Plateau in die Stadt hinein. Das AKH: Ein medizinischer Gigant im neunten Wiener Bezirk, in: Stadträume des 20. Jahrhunderts in den Donaumetropolen Wien und Budapest.
  • Batista, Anamarija/Kovács, Szilvia/Lesky, Carina (eds.) (2017), Rethinking Density: Art, Culture, and Urban Practices.
  • Batista, Anamarija (ed.) (2016), Crisis as Ideology (Exhibition Catalogue).
  • Bernet, Brigitta/Schiel, Juliane/Tanner, Jakob (eds.) (2016), Arbeit in der Erweiterung.
  • Bonazza, Giulia/Ongaro, Giulio (2018), Libertà e Coercizione: Il Lavoro in una Prospettiva di Lungo Periodo.
  • Byrne, Sian/Ulrich, Nicole/van der Walt, Lucien (2017), Red, Black and Gold: FOSATU, South African “Workerism, Syndicalism and the Nation, in: Webster, Edward/Pampillas, Karin (eds.), The Unresolved National Question in South Africa, pp. 254-273.
  • Caracausi, Andrea (2019), Fashion, Capitalism and Ribbon-Making in Early Modern Europe, in: Safley, Thomas Max (ed.), Labor Before the Industrial Revolution: Work, Technology and Their Ecologies in an Age of Early Capitalism, pp. 48-69.
  • Caracausi, Andrea (2018), Woollen Manufacturing in the Early Modern Mediterranean (1550–1630): Changing Labour Relations in a Commodity Chain, in: De Vito, Christian G./ Gerritsen, Anne (eds.), Micro-Spatial Histories of Global Labour, pp. 147-169.
  • Caracausi, Andrea (2017), A Reassessment of the Role of Guild Courts in Disputes over Apprenticeship Contracts: A Case Study from Early Modern Italy, in: Continuity and Change 32/1, pp. 85-114.
  • Casu, Igor (2014), At the Origins of Sovietization of Bessarabia: Identification of Class Enemies, Confiscations of Property and Work Mobilization in Moldavian SSR, 1940-1941 (in Russian, with summary and names of the documents in English and Romanian).
  • Casu, Igor (2014), Duşmanul de clasă. Represiuni politice, violenţă şi rezistenţă în R(A)SS Moldovenească, 1924-1956.
  • Casu, Igor (2015), The Fate of Stalinist Victims in Soviet Moldavia After 1953: Amnesty, Pardon and the Long Road to Rehabilitation, in: McDermott, Kevin/Stibbe, Matthew (eds.), De-Stalinising Eastern Europe: The Rehabilitation of Stalin’s Victims After 1953, pp. 186-203.
  • De Vito, Christian/Schiel, Juliane/van Rossum, Matthias (2020), From Bondage to Precariousness: New Perspectives on Labor and Social History, in: Journal of Social History 54/2, pp. 1-19.
  • Dobrincu, Dorin/Aioanei, Alexandru-Dumitru/Lisnic, Dumitru/Lăcătușu, Dumitru (2017), Colectivizarea agriculturii din România: inginerie socială, violență politică, reacția țărănimii: Documente.
  • Filčák, Richard/Szilvasi, Marek/Škobla, Daniel (2018), No Water for the Poor: The Roma Ethnic Minority and Local Governance, in: Ethnic and Racial Studies 41/7, pp. 1390-1407.
  • Fudge, Judy (2019), (Re)Conceptualizing Unfree Labour: Local Labour Control Regimes and Constraints on Workers‘ Freedoms‘, in: Global Labour Journal 10/2, pp. 108-122.
  • Fudge, Judy (2018), Modern Slavery, Unfree Labour and the Labour Market: The Social Dynamics of Legal Characterization, in: Social and Legal Studies 27/4, pp. 413-434.
  • Gluchman, Vasil (forthcoming), Slovak Marxist-Leninist Philosophy on Work: Experience of the Second Half of the 20th Century, in: Studies in East European Thought.
  • Gluchman, Vasil (2018), Theories of Professional Ethics. In: Proceedings of the XXIII World Congress of Philosophy, Vol. 12. pp. 137-141.
  • Gluchman, Vasil (2014), Professional Ethics as Work Ethics and Ethics of Relations.
  • Greenfield-Liebst, Michelle (forthcoming), Labour and Christianity in the Missions: African Workers in Tanganyika and Zanzibar, 1864-1926.
  • Greenfield-Liebst, Michelle (2017), Sin, Slave Status and the City in Zanzibar, 1864-c.1930, in: African Studies Review 60, pp. 139-160.
  • Greenfield-Liebst, Michelle (2014), African Workers and the Universities‘ Mission to Central Africa in Zanzibar, 1864–1900, in: Journal of Eastern African Studies 8/3, pp. 366–81.
  • Harnoncourt, Julia (2018), Unfreie Arbeit: Trabalho escravo in der brasilianischen Landwirtschaft.
  • Harnoncourt, Julia (2018), Trabalho Escravo im Amazonasgebiet: Peripherisierung, unfreie Arbeit und Weltmarkt, in: Zeitschrift für Weltgeschichte 19/ 2, pp. 315-336.
  • Harnoncourt, Julia (2015), Labour-relations and the Periphery: The Example of trabalho escravo in Pará (Brazil), in: Global Humanities: Studies in Histories, Cultures, and Societies 1/1, pp. 105-114.
  • Heinsen, Johan (2019), Escaping St. Thomas: Class Relations and Convict Strategies in the Danish West Indies, 1672-1687, in: Rediker, Marcus/Chakraborty, Titas/van Rossum, Matthias (eds.), A Global History of Runaways: Workers, Mobility, and Capitalism, pp. 40-57.
  • Heinsen, Johan (2018), The Scandinavian Empires in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, in: Anderson, Clare (ed.), A Global History of Convicts and Penal Colonies, pp. 97-122.
  • Heinsen, Johan (2017), Mutiny in the Danish Atlantic World: Convicts, Sailors and a Dissonant Empire.
  • Ivanović, Miloš (2017), “Dobri ljudi” u srpskoj srednjovekovnoj državi.
  • Ivanović, Miloš (2017), Razvoj institucije imuniteta u srpskoj srednjovekovnoj državi do kraja vladavine kralja Milutina, in: Istorijski časopis LXVI, pp. 49-83.
  • Ivanović, Miloš (2017), Razvitak vojne službe kao osnov formiranja vlasteoskog sloja u srpskoj srednjovekovnoj državi, in: Vojnoistorijski glasnik 1, pp. 30-48.
  • Jarska, Natalia (2019), Unemployment in State Socialism: An Insight into the Understanding of Work in 1950s Poland, in: Siefert, Marsha (eds.), Labor in State Socialist Europe after 1945: Contributions to to a History of Work, pp. 27-47.
  • Jarska, Natalia (2019), Female Breadwinners in State Socialism: The Value of Women‘s Work for Wages in Post-Stalinist Poland, in: Contemporary European History 4, pp. 469-483.
  • Jarska, Natalia (2018), The Periphery Revisited: Polish Post-war Historiography on the Working Class and the New Global Labour History, in: European Review of History 25/1, pp. 45-60.
  • Kaarsholm, Preben (forthcoming), From Abolition of the Slave Trade to Protection of Immigrants: Danish Colonialism, German Missionaries, and the Development of Ideas of Humanitarian Governance from the Early Eighteenth to the Nineteenth Century, in: Atlantic Studies 20.
  • Kaarsholm, Preben/Frederiksen, Bodil Folke (2019), Amaoti and Pumwani: Studying Urban Informality in South Africa and Kenya, in: African Studies 79/1, pp. 51-73.
  • Kaarsholm, Preben (2016), Indian Ocean Networks and the Transmutations of Servitude: The Protector of Indian Immigrants and the Administration of Freed Slaves and Indentured Labourers in Durban in the 1870s, in: Journal of Southern African Studies 42/3, pp. 443-461.
  • Lambrecht, Thijs (2018), Harvest Work and Labor Market Regulation in Old Regime Northern France, in: Safley, Thomas Max (ed.), Labor Before the Industrial Revolution: Work, Technology and Their Ecologies in an Age of Early Capitalism, pp. 113-131.
  • Lambrecht, Thijs/Winter, Anne (2018), An Old Poor Law on the Continent? Agrarian Capitalism, Poor Taxes, and Village Conflict in Eighteenth-Century Coastal Flanders, in: Economic History Review 71/4, pp. 1173-1198.
  • Lambrecht, Thijs (2017), The Institution of Service in Rural Flanders in the Sixteenth Century: A Regional Perspective, in: Whittle, Jane (ed.), Servants in Rural Europe: 1400-1900, pp. 37-55.
  • Lisnic, Dumitru (2018), Colectivizarea agriculturii în RSSM. Studiu de caz: raionul Bălți, 1944- 1950, in: Dobrincu, Dorin/Iordachi, Constantin (eds.), Edificarea orânduirii socialiste: Violența politică și lupta de clasă în colectivizarea agriculturii din România, 1949-1962, pp. 277-302.
  • Lisnic, Dumitru (2017), Lagărul de Prizonieri 103 și Spitalul Special 3376 din Bălți, în: Cheptea, Stela/Moldovan, Silviu B. (eds), Consecințele celui de-al Doilea Război Mondial în Spațiul Românesc, pp. 63-82.
  • Lisnic, Dumitru (2015), Sovietizarea Basarabiei: politici economice, repressive și sociale. Studiu de caz: orașul Bălți, in: Archiva Moldaviae VII, pp. 79-108.
  • Lopata, Maryan/Mastyka, Andrey/Tarita, Marius (2013), The Deportations from the Neighbouring Chernivtsy Region (Ukraine) in 1944-1953 and from the Bricheny, Oknitsa and Edinets Regions (Moldova) in 1949-1951.
  • Mocarelli, Luca/Ongaro, Giulio (2019), Work in Early Modern Italy, 1500-1800.
  • Milićević, Nataša (2018), Činovnici u okupiranoj Srbiji 1941-1944, in: Istorija 20, pp. 69-86.
  • Milićević, Nataša (2015), Obračun s klasnim neprijateljem: slučaj srpskog gradjanstva (1944-50), in: Čepoč, Zdenko (ed.), Slovenija v Jugoslaviji, pp. 319-338.
  • Milićević, Nataša (2010), Neke forme prinudnog rada u Srbiji 1944-1950, in: Gajger, Vladimir/ Grahek Ravančić, Martina/Karakaš Obradov, Marica (eds.), Logori, zatvori i prisilni rad u Hrvatskoj/Jugoslaviji 1941-1945, pp. 183-203.
  • Mironov, Alexandru-Murad (2019), Wirtschafts- und Sozialpolitik in Rumänien, in: Backes, Uwe/Heydemann, Günther/Vollnhals, Clemens (eds.), Staatssozialismen im Vergleich: Staatspartei – Sozialpolitik – Opposition, pp. 327-346.
  • Mironov, Alexandru-Murad (2014), Grigore Trancu-Iaşi şi “protecţia muncii naţionale”: Politica socială interbelică între naţionalism şi combaterea şomajului, in: Transilvania 10-11, pp. 64-72.
  • Mironov, Alexandru-Murad (2009), Comitetul oamenilor muncii, in: Arhivele Totalitarismului 62-63, pp. 221-227.
  • Müller, Viola (2019), Early Undocumented Workers: Runaway Slaves and African Americans in the American Urban South, c. 1830-1860, in: Labor History 60, pp. 865-868.
  • Müller, Viola (2018), Illegal but Ignored: Slave Refugees in Richmond, Virginia, 1800-1860, in: Pargas, Damian A. (ed.), Fugitive Slaves and Spaces of Freedom in North America, 1775-1860, pp. 137-167.
  • Narlı, Nilüfer/Akdemir, Ayşegül (2019), Female Emotional Labour in Turkish Call Centres: Smiling Voices Despite Low Job Satisfaction, in: Sociological Research Online 24/3, pp. 278-296.
  • Ongaro, Giulio (2017), Peasants and Soldiers: The Management of the Venetian Military Structure in the Mainland Dominion between the 16th and 17th Centuries.
  • Østhus, Hanne (2018), Slaver og ikke-europeiske tjenestefolk i Danmark og Norge på 1700- og begynnelsen av 1800-tallet, in: Arbeiderhistorie 1/2018, pp. 33-47.
  • Østhus, Hanne (2018), Were All Servants Women? Reflections on the Use of Gender in Research on Domestic Service, in: Nyström, Daniel/Overud, Johanne (eds.), Gender, History, Futures: Report from the XI Nordic Women’s and Gender History Conference, Stockholm, Sweden, August 19-21, 2015, pp. 103-111.
  • Østhus, Hanne (2017), Servants in Rural Norway, ca. 1650-1800, in: Whittle, Jane (ed.), Servants in Rural Europe, ca. 1400-1900, pp. 113-130.
  • Østhus, Hanne (2017), Tvunget til tjeneste? Tjenesteplikten i Danmark-Norge på 1700-tallet og begynnelsen av 1800-tallet, in: Arbetarhistoria 3-4/2017, pp. 26-31.
  • Ožegović, Nikola (2014), Pravoslavlje u Nezavisnoj Državi Hrvatskoj, in: Šesta međunarodna konferencija, Jasenovac, genocid i zločini Nezavisne Države Hrvatske nad Srbima, Jevrejima i Romima u Drugom svjetskom ratu, pp. 449-456.
  • Özkoray, Hayri Gökşin (2019), From Persecution to (Potential) Emancipation: Female Slaves and Legal Violations in Ottoman Istanbul according to Court Registers (16th-17th Centuries), in: Hawwa: Journal of Women of the Middle East and the Islamic World 17/2-3, pp. 257-280.
  • Özkoray, Hayri Gökşin (ed.) (2019), Ma’cûncızâde Mustafa Efendi: Le Captif de Malte. Récit autobiographique d’un cadi ottoman.
  • Özkoray, Hayri Gökşin (2017), L’esclavage dans l’Empire ottoman (XVIe-XVIIe siècle). Fondements juridiques, structures socio-économiques, représentations.
  • Perreaux, Nicolas (forthcoming), Des «seigneuries» laïques aux territoires ecclésiaux? Dynamique du processus de spatialisation dans les actes diplomatiques numérisés (VIIe-XIIIe siècles), in: Martine, Tristan/Schneider, Jens (eds.), Espaces ecclésiastiques et seigneuries laïques: Définitions, modèles et conflits en zones d’interface (IXe-XIIIe siècle).
  • Perreaux, Nicolas (forthcoming), Les lieux de stockage dans les textes diplomatiques (VIIe-XIIIe siècles): Enquête lexicale, sémantique et numérique, in: Schneider, Laurent/Lauwers, Michel (eds.), Mises en réserve: Production, accumulation et redistribution des céréales dans l‘Occident médiéval et moderne.
  • Perreaux, Nicolas (forthcoming), Un champ sémantique du travail? Analyses lexicographiques autour opus, de servitium et de labor dans l‘Europe médiéval, in: Lauwers, Michel (ed.), Labeur et production au sein des monastères de l‘Occident médiéval.
  • Rahi-Tamm, Aigi (2018), Doubly Marginalized People: The Hidden Stories of Estonian Society (1940-1960), in: Fleishman, Lazar/Weiner, Amir (eds.), War, Revolution, and Governance: The Baltic Countries in the Twentieth Century, pp. 239-265.
  • Rahi-Tamm, Aigi (2018), Forced Migration of Estonian Citizens to the East 1941-1951: Some Similarities with the Accounts of People Who Fled to the Fest, in: Saueauk, Meelis/Hiio, Toomas (eds.), Proceedings of the Estonian Institute of Historical Memory. Eesti Mälu Instituudi toimetised, pp. 271-304.
  • Rahi-Tamm, Aigi (2018), Homeless for Ever: The Contents of Home and Homelessness on the Example of Deportees from Estonia, in: Davoliute, Violeta/Balkelis, Tomas (eds.), Narratives of Exile and Identity in Soviet Deportation Memoirs from the Baltic States, pp. 65-84.
  • Ristovska-Josifovska, Biljana (2019), On the Road of One Migration of Macedonians Towards Bulgaria in the Late 19th Century, in: A.I.E.S.E.E. (Macedonian National Committee, Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts) (ed.), Tradition in Communication and in the Spiritual Culture of Southeast Europe (Law‚ Economics, Natural Sciences, Art, Literature, Language), pp. 221-242.
  • Ristovska-Josifovska, Biljana (2017), Implementacijata na Tanzimatskite reformi odrazeni niz nastani od seloto Galičnik vo Makedonija, in: Prilozi. Contributions, Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts XLVII/2, pp. 91-106.
  • Ristovska-Josifovska, Biljana (2015), Remembrance on the Migration Movements in Macedonia after the Russian-Ottoman War of 1877-1878, in: Balkanistic Forum XXIV/3, pp. 30-45.
  • Rossi, Benedetta (2017), Périodiser la fin de l’esclavage: Le droit colonial, la Société des Nations et la résistance des esclaves dans le Sahel nigérien, 1920-1930, in: Annales (Histoire, Sciences Sociales) 72/4, pp. 983-1021.
  • Rossi, Benedetta (2017), What “Development” Does to Work, in: International Labor and Working Class 92, pp. 7-23.
  • Rossi, Benedetta (2015), From Slavery to Aid: Politics, Labour, and Ecology in the Nigerien Sahel, 1800-2000.
  • Schiel, Juliane (2015), Slaves’ Religious Choice in Renaissance Venice: Applying Insights from Missionary Narratives to Slave Baptism Records, in: Archivio Veneto 146, 23-45.
  • Škobla, Daniel/Filčák, Richard (2019), Mundane Populism: Politics, Practices and Discourses of Roma Oppression in Rural Slovakia, in: Sociologia Ruralis.
  • Škobla, Daniel/Filčák, Richard (2016), Infrastructure in Marginalised Roma Settlements: Towards a Typology of Unequal Outcomes of EU Funded Projects, in: Sociológia 48/6: pp. 620-640.
  • Popinigis, Fabiane/Terra, Paulo Cruz (2019): Classe, raça e a história social do trabalho no Brasil (2001-2016), in: Estudos Históricos 32/66, pp. 307-329.
  • Terra, Paulo Cruz (2014), Free and Unfree Labour and Ethnic Conflicts in the Brazilian Transport Industry: Rio de Janeiro in the Nineteenth Century, in: International Review of Social History 59/S22, pp. 113-132.
  • Terra, Paulo Cruz (2017), Trabalhadores escravizados e livres na legislação municipal (Rio de Janeiro, século XIX), in: Pestana, Marco Marques/Costa, Rafael Maul de Carvalho/Oliveira, Tiago Bernardon de (eds.), Subalternos em movimento: mobilização e enfrentamento à dominação no Brasil, pp. 95-208.
  • Ulrich, Nicole (2019), “Journeying into Freedom”: Traditions of Desertion at the Cape of Good Hope, 1652-1795, in: Rediker, Marcus/Chakraborty, Titas/van Rossum, Matthias (eds.), A Global History of Runaways: Workers, Mobility and Capitalism, 1600-1850, pp. 115-134.
  • Ulrich, Nicole (2018), Between Reform and Revolution: The Cape’s Popular Classes Under British Rule During the Age of Revolution, c. 1803-1814, in: Fullagar, Kate/McDonnel, Michael (eds.), Facing Empire: Indigenous Experiences in a Revolutionary Age, pp. 163-191.
  • Tărîţă, Marius (2012), Deportations and Forced Labour: Forms of Remembering in the Villages of Arboreny, Boian and Mahala (Chernivtsy Region, Ukraine), in: Interstitio: East European Review of Historical and Cultural Anthropology 1-2, pp. 126-135.
  • Tărîţă, Marius (2016), The Policy of the Party’s Organization in the Lipcani District of the Moldavian SSR in 1944-1945, in: Radu, Sorin/Budeancă, Cosmin (eds.), Countryside and communism in Eastern Europe. Perceptions. Attitude. Propaganda, pp. 79-84.
  • Tolino, Serena (2016), The History of Prostitution in Egypt (1885-1949): From Regulation to Prohibition, in: Kurz, Susanne/Preckel, Claudia/Reichmuth, Stefan (eds.), Muslim Bodies: Körper, Sexualität und Medizin in muslimischen Gesellschaften, pp. 131-154.
  • Tolino, Serena (2018), Eunuchs in the Fatimid Empire: Ambiguities, Gender and Sacredness, in: Höfert, Almut/Mesley, Matthew M./Tolino, Serena (eds.), Celibate and Childless Men in Power: Ruling Eunuchs and Bishops in the Pre-Modern World, pp. 246-266.
  • Vilhelmsson, Vilhelm (2017), Sjálfstætt fólk: Vistarband og íslenskt samfélag á 19. öld.
  • Vilhelmsson, Vilhelm (2017), Ett normalt undantag? Tillfälligt arbete i lag och praktik i 1800-talets Island, in: Arbetarhistoria 41/3-4, pp. 32-40.
  • Zammit, William (2019), The Faith Triumphant: Muslim Converts to Catholicism and the Order of St John, 1530-1798, in: Morton, Nicholas (ed.), The Military Orders, Vol. VII: Piety, Pugnacity and Property, pp. 160-171.
  • Zammit, William (2016), Kissing the Gallows: A Cultural History of Crime, Torture and Punishment in Malta.
  • Zimmermann, Susan (2019), “It Shall Not Be a Written Gift, But a Lived Reality.” Equal Pay, Women’s Work, and the Politics of Labor in State-Socialist Hungary, Late 1960s to Late 1970s, in: Siefert, Marsha (ed.), Labor in State-Socialist Europe: Contributions to a Global History of Work, pp. 337-372.
  • Zimmermann, Susan (2019), Equality of Women’s Economic Status? A Major Bone of Contention in the International Gender Politics Emerging During the Interwar Period, in: The International History Review 41/1, pp. 200-227.
  • Zimmermann, Susan (2018), Globalizing Gendered Labor Policy: International Labor Standards and the Global South, 1919-1947, in: Boris, Eileen/Hoehtker, Dorothea/Zimmermann, Susan (eds.), Women’s ILO. Transnational Networks, Global Labour Standards and Gender Equity, 1919 to Present, pp. 227-254.

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