Chinese workers and the textile industry. Perspectives from history and sociology

Salle M19
Université Paris - Diderot , 8 rue Albert Einstein
Bât. Olympe de Gouges 75013 Paris

Workshop organisé par : Gilles Guiheux, CESSMA (ANR Eurasemploi)

Chinese workers : exploring a comparative perspective
Chairman :Bernard Thomann (Inalco, Paris)

9 : 15
General introduction : Gilles Guiheux (Univ. Paris Diderot)

9:30 – 10:30
Eric Florence (Liège Université and CEFC Kong Kong)
The politics of recognition and working class formation among a collective of migrant workers in Beijing

Odile Macchi (EHESS, Paris)
Textile workers in France in the 1960s and 1970s

Jun Kajima (Yokohama University and LSE, London)
The long-term development of Chinese textile industry across the institutional change in 1978

Afternoon- Chinese textile workers : case studies
Chairwoman : Odile Macchi (EHESS, Paris)

Fan Lulu (South China University of Technology, Guangzhou)
The Self-Organization and the Power of Female Informal Workers : A Case Study of the Cooperative Production Team in the Garment Industry in the Yangtze River Delta

15:00- 16:00
Xue Hong (East China Normal University, Shanghai)
The Missing Link between Industry Upgrading and Social Upgrading : the Lessons from a China Garment Cluster in Jiangsu

Gilles Guiheux (Université Paris Diderot)
A survey on textile workers in Jiaxing, Zhejiang

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Workshop - 13 février 2019