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The Sum of Us
48 Laws of Power
On Being Included
Labour, Unions and Politics under the North Star
The Nordic Countries, 1700-2000269
Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden today all enjoy a reputation for strong labour movements, which in turn are widely seen as part of a distinctive regional approach to politics, collective bargaining and welfare. But as this volume demonstrates, narratives of the so-called "Nordic model" can obscure the fact that experiences of work and the fortunes of organized labour have varied widely throughout the region and across different historical periods. Together, the essays collected here represent an ambitious intervention in labour historiography and European history, exploring themes such as work, unions, politics and migration from the early modern period to the twenty-first century.
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"Enhanced with the inclusion of illustrations, tables, maps, and a seven-page index, [this volume consisting of] thirteen erudite and informative articles by experts in the field of labor and trade unionism is very highly recommended for college and university library International Studies in Social History collections in general, and European Labor and Trade Unionism History supplemental studies reading lists in particular." * Midwest Book Review "Though these essays range widely, they are held together by an excellent common effort to set each chapter within the broader Nordic context. This is a top-rate contribution to the historiography on European labour movements." * David Kirby, University College London "This welcome book provides very interesting and well-argued views on a rich variety of topics in recent and current Nordic labour history research, and on the current state of art in Nordic labour relations and movements." * Pauli Kettunen, University of Helsinki
Iben Vyff is Head of Communication at Elsinore Museums, Denmark. Her research has been concerned with the cultural turn in Cold War studies, Americanization and gender. She is co-author of Dansk Skolehistorie: Hverdag, vilkar og visioner gennem 500 ar, which received the History Book of the Year Award from the Danish History Council in 2015.
List of Illustrations List of Tables and Maps Acknowledgements List of Abbreviations Introduction: Labour, Unions and Politics in the Nordic Countries, c.1700-2000 Mary Hilson, Silke Neunsinger, Iben Vyff, Ragnheidur Kristjansdottir Chapter 1. Connecting Labour: Organizing Swedish Ironmaking in an Atlantic Context Goeran Ryden and Chris Evans Chapter 2. 'Forest Men': How Scandinavian Loggers' Understandings of 'Real Men' and 'Real Work' are Rooted in Personal Narratives and Popular Culture about Forest Life Ingar Kaldal Chapter 3. Diverse, rather than Desperate: Housewifization and Industrial Home Work in Sweden, 1906-1912 Malin Nilsson Chapter 4. Housemaids of the Past and Au Pairs of Today in Denmark: Do They Have Anything in Common? Helle Stenum Chapter 5. Trade Unionism in Denmark, 1870-1940 - from the Perspective of Work Knud Knudsen Chapter 6. Labour Migration and Industrial Relations: Recruitment of Foreign-Born Workers to the Swedish Engineering Industry after the Second World War Johan Svanberg Chapter 7. Land Agitation and the Rise of Agrarian Socialism in South-Western Finland, 1899-1907 Sami Suodenjoki Chapter 8. Strike in Finland, Revolution in Russia: The Role of Workers in the 1905 General Strike in the Grand Duchy of Finland Marko Tikka Chapter 9. Radicalism or Integration: Socialist and Liberal Parties in Norway, 1890-1914 Einar A. Terjesen Chapter 10. 'Norden' as a Transnational Space in the 1930s: Negotiated Consensus of 'Nordicness' in the Nordic Cooperation Committee of the Labour Movement Mirja OEsterberg Chapter 11. Facing the Nation: Nordic Communists and their National Contexts, from the 1920s and into the Cold War Ragnheidur Kristjansdottir Chapter 12. Tallinn - Stockholm - Hamburg - Copenhagen - Oslo: The Northern Dimension of the Comintern's Global Network and Underground Activities, 1920-1940 Holger Weiss Chapter 13. Danish Cadres at the Moscow Party School, 1958-1960 Chris Holmsted Larsen Index