Manuela Martini (France)

Manuela Martini is Professor of modern history at the Université Lumière Lyon 2 and member of the Institut Universitaire de France (2020-2025). She belongs to several scientific organizations, commissions and advisory boards in France and Italy and is a member of the editorial collective of Gender & History and Genesis. Rivista della Società Italiana delle Storiche. She has published extensively in French, Italian, Spanish, German and English and authored or edited twenty-three books or journals’ special issues on European economic history, family and gender history and labour international migrations. Her more recent authored book is Bâtiment en famille. Migrations et petite entreprise en banlieue parisienne au XXe siècle, CNRS Éditions, 2016. Her publications on women’s history, gender and labor issues include “When Unpaid Workers Need a Legal Status: Family Workers and Reforms to Labour Rights in TwentiethCentury France,” International Review of Social History, no. 2-59 (2014):247-278, the special issues of Historia social, 96, 2020/1, En las fronteras de la precariedad. Trabajo femenino y estrategias de subsistencia (XVIIIXXI), edited with Cristina Borderías; and the book What is Work? Gender at the Crossroads of Home, Family, And Business from the Early Modern Era to the Present, collection «International Studies in Social History», Oxford-New York, Berghahn, 2018, edited with Raffaella Sarti and Anna Bellavitis.
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