14 December 2015 (afternoon)
1 - Literature and interpretation
Barzman, John (Normandie Université / Université du Havre), A survey of literature on international organizations of maritime and port labour
Ibarz, Jordi (Universitat de Barcelona), Recent trends in dockers history
Stanley, Jo (Hull University. Maritime Historical Studies Centre and Lancaster University Centre of Mobilities Research, CeMoRE), When the ‘ladies’ took to loading: a preliminary survey of gendered stevedoring practices in history
2 - Labor Market
Brendan J. von Briesen (Universitat de Barcelona), Contradictions, conflicts, and controls: internal mechanisms of labor-market regulation by guilds in the port of Barcelona during the liberalization of the trades (1760-1840)
Stanley, Jo (Hull University. Maritime Historical Studies Centre and Lancaster University Centre of Mobilities Research, CeMoRE), Pioneering sea women: what helped them break through – and climb to the top.
Lemarchand, Arnaud (Université du Havre ULR IDEES), New Rules in the Maritime Labor Market
15 December 2015 (morning)
3 - Seafarers and dockers
Cole, Peter (Western Illinois University): Dockers and Transnational Solidarity: Case studies from Durban and San Francisco
Weber, Donald (Amsab-Institute of Social History), Seamen and dockers in Belgium: a changing world (1914-2014)
Boer, Claire (Aix-Marseille University), Maritime labour and shared work experiences. The case of interactions between dockers and Provence’s merchant sailors during the 18th century
4 - Cultures and subcultures
Davis, Colin J (University of Alabama at Birmingham), Hazards of the Job: The Triple Trawler Tragedy and the Fishermen's Wives Campaign.
Castillo, Daniel (Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria), Dock Labor Subculture in Dakar (1914-1946)
Nilson, Tomas (University of Halmstad), The Hard Toil of the Sea: Descriptions in Swedish Fiction of Maritime Labour in the Interwar Period.
Bergholm, Tapio SAK, University of Helsinki and University of Eastern Finland), After Harmaja We are All Bachelors - Bachelor culture reconsidered.
15 December 2015 (afternoon)
Espinoza, Filippo Marco (University of Trento), Sponge fishing and trading in the Dodecanese under Italian rule, 1912-40.
De la Fuente, Pablo y Pujol, Marcel (Vistula University), Foreign workers in the Spanish Royal Shipyards. British and French shipwrighting: links, mimesis, shadows and counterpoints (1715-1765)
Cousin, Justine (Paris IV Sorbonne University), Foreign maritime labour working on British imperial shipping companies.
Garcia, Enric (University of Barcelona), Discipline and resistance in the Spanish merchant navy (1802-1909).
6 - Maritime Labour Working Group Meeting