Kategorie: Lavoro/Arbeit

“I certainly wouldn’t call it work anymore” – The Reconfiguration of Work in Italy during the 1970s from a Historical Semantics Perspective

At the end of the 1970s, with the onset of the post-boom crisis, the rejection of regulated labour and the theorisation of its liberation through precarisation and flexi-bilisation became part of a cultural and social semantics for the young gen-eration of workers entering the wage labour system. Their motto was “freeing labour to free life from labour”. Through both a quantitative and quali-tative historical semantic analysis of the sources, this contribution examines the medium- and long-term impacts of this reconfiguration on the practices of regulated and controlled wage labour. It also aims to offer an initial reflection on the use of the historical semantic approach for contemporary history and its possible – or rather, necessary – differentiation from other forms of discourse analysis.

Conferenza/Conference (Zoom): “Dal rifiuto del lavoro alla precarietà: l’evoluzione del rapporto tra giovani e lavoro in Italia 1977-2002” – Jacopo Ciammariconi (Trier)

Panel 5.1: Ideas and ideologies of work in post-1945 Italy
Saturday the 4th of December 13.30-15 (UK time); 14.30-16.00 (ITA)

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/5237358688

Chair: Robert Gordon (University of Cambridge)

Stefano Adamo (Banja Luka University), Looking back on a not-quite-golden age: Recent literature of work and its ideology

Bianca Rita Cataldi (University College Dublin), “La disoccupazione sempre divide”: Labour, Alienation and Unemployment in Ottiero Ottieri’s ‘Donnarumma all’assalto’

Jacopo Ciammariconi (University of Trier), Dal rifiuto del lavoro alla precarietà: l’evoluzione del rapporto tra giovani e lavoro in Italia 1977-2002

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