Editorial Henrik Harnow: Frederik’s Works Industrial Museum Jacob Bjerring-Hansen: Workplaces as industrial heritage INHERIT – a new project Conference: Industrial Labour in Exhibitions General meeting 2005 Download
This WORKLAB Newsletter No. 6 is dedicated to the conference held in Terrassa, Barcelona, October 2003 which marked the termination of the Culture 2000 project, Migration, Work and Identity. The articles in this issue are some of the papers presented …Continue reading →
Editorial: This is WORKLAB’s Newsletter No. 5. The year is 2002, the month of editing is October, not May as was promised rather optimistically. The delay is due to heavy workloads and low staffing at The Workers’ Museum in Copenhagen. …Continue reading →
Editorial Press release from the Migration Project Migration, Work and Identity conference in Copenhagen November 2000 Preliminary Programme Conference i Manchester 2000 Migration, Work and Identity Manchester, Migration and the Museums Association The Peoples of Edinburgh Attracting South Asian Audiences …Continue reading →
Editorial Immigration, Work and Identity The dream of a better life The Nordic Model – Myth and Reality Worklab’s second annual conference, 1999 Hooks and Flounders 1 Hooks and Flounders 2 Oral History with Dockworkers in Southampton London’s Museum in …Continue reading →
Editorial Preliminary Invitation A museum service for the people Cultural heritage has it´s uses Documentation in a Social History Museum. The Workers’ Museum in Copenhagen Drama and conflicts at the celebration of LO’s (The Danish Federation of Trade Unions) Centenary …Continue reading →
Worklab Opinion: Body-Worlds Working Life Museums Dealing with controversy at the National Museum of Labour History, Manchester The National Museum of Labour History, Manchester The Workers Museum in Hamburg The founding meeting of Worklab Constitution of The International Association of …Continue reading →
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