O lugar da International Association of Labour History Institutions na história dos arquivos e bibliotecas do movimento operário

Translated title of the contribution: The Place of the International Association of Labor History Institutions in the History of the Archives and Libraries of the Labor Movement

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Abstract

Established in 1970, the International Association of Labour History Institutions (IALHI) is an international network of libraries, archives, museums, and research centres from five continents. The foundation of the IALHI as a coordination space between institutions from different (European) countries expressed historiographical concerns and, more specifically, ‘technical’ issues linked to the need to exchange bibliographic and archival information. Its initial scope was reduced, both in geographical and ideological terms, being limited to certain Western European countries and institutions related to the social democratic movement. This demarcation became more blurred over the years, as institutions from different geographical, institutional and ideological backgrounds joined the association. The aim of this paper is to characterise the IALHI and its activities against the background of the history of institutions, archives and libraries dedicated to the history of the labour and its international relations.
Translated title of the contributionThe Place of the International Association of Labor History Institutions in the History of the Archives and Libraries of the Labor Movement
Original languagePortuguese
JournalMundos do Trabalho
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Publication statusPublished - 2021

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