Labour History Cluster
The Labour History Cluster purports to generate collaboration and debate on themes of labour, broadly defined. There are many entry points into this diverse realm of human experience, including histories of capitalism, war, servitude, indenture, slavery, care giving, disabilities, environmental change, emotions, gender, security, work, crime, historicising skill, migration and many other dimensions.
Their core members are within the History Faculty, but the work of the group aims to engage researchers in other Centres, Faculties and Departments in Cambridge, and those beyond.
The Cluster is also keen to ensure that conversations flow across early career and senior members of the academy, and that it foregrounds the work of those relatively early in their scholarly careers.
No, this infrastructure does not provide funding.
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