Los mundos del trabajo en la historiografía argentina. Sindicatos, izquierdas y género, una mirada de conjunto.

Translated title of the contribution: World of labour in Argentine historiography.: Trade unions, gender and the left: an overview.

Lucas Poy, Laura Caruso

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Abstract

In the last two decades, labour history has shown a significant growth and expansion in Argentina, in tune with the development that the field currently shows in various countries of Latin America and the so-called Global South (and to a large extent in contrast with what happens in Europe and the United States). This recent literature is directly linked to the professional and academic work, developed in university and scientific institutions in different regions of the country. It can be said that the academic history of the working classes has perhaps gone through its years of greater productivity and consolidation. This article offers an overview of the history of labour elaborated in Argentina with respect to the period of the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth.
Original languageSpanish
Title of host publicationTrabajos y trabajadores en América Latina (siglos XVI-XXI)
EditorsRosanna Barragán
Place of PublicationLa Paz
Pages149
Number of pages179
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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