Mining History related papers in ELHN 2021

Besides our session there are many speakers in the ELHN2021 presenting papers related to mining history !

Here a list :

on the 31st of August

The symbol of poverty: “Nookminers” in mining colonies in the North-East of Hungary after 1989 by Péter Alabán (Gábor Áron College) in CEE_01: The Labour Movement in East-Central Europe after 1989: Crisis, Opportunities, Perspectives SR at 11:00–12:30am

Decolonisation at work: A comparative history of mining labour on the Central African Copperbelt and the Fushun coalfields, c. 1946–1970, by Limin Teh (Leiden University), Duncan Money (Leiden University) in LE_03: Labour and Decolonisation I LH C2  at 2:00–3:30pm

Wages, guilds, and strikes: The connection between remuneration, organisation, and action in early modern mining, by Thomas Max Safley (University of Pennsylvania) in RB_01: Bargaining and Labour Negotiation at 4:00–5:30pm

on the 1st of September

How different was a petrochemical explosion from a mining disaster? Labour activism and the reshaping of a disaster memory in a deindustrialised and warming world, Feyzin (1966) and La Mure (1971), by Renaud Bécot (PACTE / Sciences Po Grenoble) in MD_03: Remembering Toxic Pasts? Memory, Deindustrialisation, and the Environment III, at 11:00–12:30am 

Dialectics of Destruction. Open Cast Lignite Mining and Paleontological Temporalities in the 20th Century, by Jan Kellershohn (Institut für Landesgeschichte Sachsen-Anhalt, Halle/Saale), in MD_03: Remembering Toxic Pasts? Memory, Deindustrialisation, and the Environment III, at 11:00–12:30am 


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