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    Factory History: perspectives from Turkey

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    START DATE 7 June 2016
    START TIME 04:00pm
    LOCATION

    Room W213, Williams Building, Middlesex University, The Burroughs, London, NW4 4BT View Map

    END DATE 7 June 2016
    END TIME 06:00pm

    Interdisciplinary Labour Studies Seminar

    A geographer and a historian present their research on industrial work in Turkey in a globalised context.

    This is part of a seminar series that draws scholars from history, sociology, political economy, women's studies, industrial relations, and other fields in assessing the place of labour and working people in society.

    It features cutting-edge research done within the University, with scholars from the different Schools, and occasionally from outside the University.

    The format consists of a presentation of a research in progress and a discussion.

    The seminar aims to foster interdisciplinary dialogue and collaboration around the topic of labour, social activism, and working people in UK and internationally.

    Speakers

    Gorkem Akgoz, Hacettepe University, Ankara - Chair and Introduction

    Gulhan Balsoy, Istanbul Bilgi University - "The Cibali Tobacco Factory: Female Workers and Gendered Experience of Work in the Early 20th Century"

    Asli Odman, Mimar Sinan University, Istanbul - "The Ford Motor Company in Istanbul, 1923-1944: Understanding Socio-Political Change"

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    Attendance is free.

    Booking is recommended as places are limited.


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