New Approaches: Prison Labour in Global Empires

Please join us for the fifth seminar in the series
Labour History Looking Ahead After 60 Years

5:00–6:15pm (AEST) Monday 19 September 2022

Two talks will be presented via Zoom:

Vivien Miller (Professor of American History, University of Nottingham) will speak about differing approaches to prison labour and prison workers, highlighting articles in a forthcoming special issue of Labour History.

Jared Davidson (author and archivist, Wellington, NZ) will speak about prison labour in the making of New Zealand’s Pacific. It’s the topic of his contribution to our special issue and of his forthcoming book.

To register, click here.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Zoom meeting.

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Date

Sep 19 2022
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5:00 pm - 6:15 pm

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ASSLH & Labour History Office

Carl Power
Faculty of Law
Lev 15, UTS Central (CB02)
University of Technology, Sydney
Broadway NSW 2007 Australia
Tel. 0415 191 715

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