“What is work? A gendered perspective (Western Europe, 16th 19th C.)”, keynote por Raffaella Sarti

Raffaella Sarti irá proferir a conferência de abertura do VII Encontro de Jovens Investigadores em História Moderna, no dia 22 de setembro de 2021, às 10 horas (hora portuguesa), no Zoom, com a conferência dedicada ao tema: “What is work? A gendered perspective (Western Europe, 16th 19th C.)”.

O VII Encontro de Jovens Investigadores em História Moderna é uma iniciativa apoiada pelo Grupo de Investigação Impérios, Colonialismo e Sociedades Pós-Coloniais e coloca em diálogo estudantes de mestrado e de doutoramento cujos temas de investigação se relacionam com a história moderna ibérica e espaços coloniais, entre os séculos XVI e XVIII.

Breve nota biográfica de Raffaella Sarti:

Raffaella Sarti teaches Early modern history and Gender history at the University of Urbino, Italy, where she is the Director of the lifelong learning program on Gender History, Globalization and Caring Democracy. She has also worked in Paris, Vienna, Bologna, and Murcia. She is the President of the Società Italiana delle Storiche (Italian Society of Women Historians). She is a member of the editorial collective of Gender & History and of the editorial board of Passato e Presente. Her studies address the history of work, particularly domestic service and care work; Mediterranean slavery; marriage and celibacy; family and material culture; gender and the nation; masculinity; graffiti. She is the author of approximately 200 publications in nine languages, including Europe at Home: Family and Material Culture 1500–1800 (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2002) and Servo e padrone, o della (in)dipendenza: Un percorso da Aristotele ai nostri giorni (Bologna: Alma Mater Studiorum Università di Bologna, 2015). She has edited several volumes, among which What is Work?: Gender at the Crossroads of Home, Family, and Business from the Early Modern Era to the Present with Anna Bellavitis e Manuela Martini (Berghahn, 2018).

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