Articles’ Selection #9 : summer 2021
Digital Humanities and archives
Money, D., “Rebalancing the Historical Narrative or Perpetuating Bias? Digitizing the Archives of the Mineworkers’ Union of Zambia.”History in Africa, 2021, 1-22.
Rustambayevna, T. S. Analysis of the Found New Dokuments on the “Charter of the Bukhara Gold Mining Company”, International Journal on Integrated Education, Volume 4, Issue 4, April 2021.
Pieper R., The Impact of Early Iberian Globalisation on Austrian Mining Ventures. In: Dobado-González R., García-Hiernaux A. (eds) The Fruits of the Early Globalization. Palgrave Studies in Comparative Global History, 2021, p. 163-166.
Ideas, culture and techniques
Friedolin Lingg Andreas, 2021. “Schools of Empiricism: Perspectives on Central European Mining Regions of the Early Modern Age as Laboratories of Modern Knowledge Cultures,” Jahrbuch für Wirtschaftsgeschichte / Economic History Yearbook, De Gruyter, vol. 62(1), pages 261-289, May.
Labour and remuneration
Michael Glover & Duncan Money, ‘Not Wholly Justified’: The Deferred Pay Interest Fund and Migrant Labour in South Africa’s Gold Mining Industry, c.1970–1990, Journal of Southern African Studies, published online, june 2021.
Over the articles
Mujeres de la mina – Women of the mine, Documentary by Loreley Unamuno and Malena Bystrowicz on women in the mines in Bolivia. Watch freely.