Gress, Daniela (Ed.)
Minderheiten und Arbeit im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert
Aspekte einer vielschichtigen Beziehungsgeschichte
There are few topics that divide opinions in social contexts so much as "minorities" and "work". The current interdisciplinary anthology focuses on this complex history of relationships and explores processes of minority inclusion and exclusion in the history of work throughout the 19th and 20th century. The different methodological approaches developed by the junior researchers show how productive the perspective of minority research can be for explorations in the history of work.
Daniela Gress is a research assistant at the Research Center on Antigypsyism at the History Department of the Heidelberg University. From 2013 to 2017, she participated in the establishment of the research project Minority History and Civil Rights in Europe at the Chair of Contemporary History at the University of Heidelberg. She is investigating antiziganism as well as civil and human rights activism of Sinti and Roma in the Federal Republic of Germany.