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  • Lundström, Markus (författare)
  • "The Ballot Humbug" : Anarchist Women and Women’s Suffrage
  • 2021
  • Ingår i: Moving the social. Journal of social history and the history of social movements. - 2197-0386 .- 2197-0394.
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • This article explores how anarchist women viewed the feminist struggle for suffrage in theearly 1900s. By focusing on this alleged, historical anomaly – women against patriarchyrefuting the call for women’s suffrage – the article impels historical multiplicity. Thehistoriographic wave metaphor, typically employed to portray intensity of feministadvancements, is here regenerated in terms of radio waves. Through a variety ofpublications by influential anarchist women, the article tunes in to a broadcast that airs howanarchy expels patriarchy through a generic struggle against hierarchy. Here the historicalcase of anarchist women and women’s suffrage arguably signposts how to elude ateleological history writing of social movements.
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  • Uppenberg, Carolina, 1982 (författare)
  • Female Workers but not Women: Paradoxes in Women’s Conditions and Strategies in Swedish Trade Unions, 1900–1925
  • 2012
  • Ingår i: Moving the Social. Journal of social history and the history of social movements. - 2197-0386 .- 2197-0394. ; 48, s. 49-72
  • Tidskriftsartikel (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • This article compares the opportunities that existed for trade union organisation by women and the scope for pursuing women’s issues in the Swedish Tailoring Workers’ Union (Skrädderiarbetareförbundet), the Swedish Textile Workers’ Union (Textilarbetareförbundet) and the Swedish Women’s Trade Union (Kvinnornas fackförbund). Trade union minutes are analysed using theories on women’s organisation, in which exposure of male standards in trade union organisation and the concept of women as powerless are central. The results reveal some differences in the opportunities for women to become members of the Tailoring Workers’ Union, which initially tried to exclude women, and the Textile Workers’ Union, which saw it as a priority to recruit more women. Nevertheless, both unions shared a similar view of women as weak and especially difficult to organise as trade union members. A lack of debate about women’s conditions is also clear in both unions. Comparison with the Women’s Trade Union shows that dedicated organisations for women played a major role in women’s opportunities for union involvement, but that gender-based union organisation was regarded as a threat to the supposedly genderless trade unions.
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  • Weiss, Holger, 1966- (författare)
  • Against Japanese and Italian Imperialism : The Anti-War Campaigns of Communist International Trade Union Organizations, 1931 – 1936
  • 2018
  • Ingår i: Moving the social. Journal of social history and the history of social movements. - 2197-0386 .- 2197-0394. ; 60, s. 121-146
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • This essay discusses the international anti-war campaigns of the International of Seamen and Harbour Workers (ISH) and the International Trade Union Committee of Negro Workers(ITUCNW) against Japanese imperialism in Manchuria and Italian imperialism in Ethiopia during the first half of the 1930s. Both crises propelled international campaigns, ‘Hands off China’ and ‘Hands off Abyssinia’, that were orchestrated by the Third (Communist) International or the Comintern and the Red International of Labour Unions (Profintern) and their affiliated organisations such as the ISH and ITUCNW. Comintern / Profintern anti-war campaigns were organized under the banner of the prevailing ‘class-against-class’ strategy. In practice, this meant that the campaigns were both calls for international solidarity and at the same time attempts to position communist activities against those of the ‘social fascists’, i.e., socialist, social democratic, reformist and / or syndicalist controlled parties and trade unions.
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  • Zajak, Sabrina, et al. (författare)
  • Cross-Movement Mobilization and New Modes of Solidarity in Times of Crisis in the Global North and South
  • 2020
  • Ingår i: Moving the social. Journal of social history and the history of social movements. - 2197-0386 .- 2197-0394. ; 63, s. 5-12
  • Tidskriftsartikel (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • Alliances between social movements constitute a vital part of understanding social movement mobilization. However, despite the advantages that come with cross movement mobilization, the construction and maintenance of alliances remains a fundamental challenge for activists and movements. This special issue aims to uncover and deepen our understanding of cross-movement mobilization in the global North and the global South. In this introduction we suggest to move beyond cross-movement mobilisation as relatively static cooperation between formally organised and bounded entities. Instead we need to observe cross-movement alliances as a succession of convergences around events and longer lineages of actions linked through multiple, intersecting, and non-linear processes and actions.
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