Social structure and the field we now call gender – adequate to the task of understanding the complex realities of relations between and among men and women

Article 48: Social structure and the field we now call gender – adequate to the task of understanding the complex realities of relations between and among men and women
By: Nguyen-Gillham
doi: 10.33909/cb/94.2018.04.48 
CLASSICAL BULLETIN Volume: 94 Issue: 4 
Pages: 124 - 139 Published: DEC 2018

The weak moral judgement, dissimulation, credulity, lower life expectancy, weak powers during the Middle Ages

Article 47: The weak moral judgement, dissimulation, credulity, lower life expectancy, weak powers during the Middle Ages
By: Robert W. Scribner
doi: 10.33909/cb/94.2018.04.47 
CLASSICAL BULLETIN Volume: 94 Issue: 4 
Pages: 109 - 123 Published: DEC 2018

Cultural history as a 'people's history', its operations to courts, politics and armies

Article 42: Cultural history as a 'people's history', its operations to courts, politics and armies
By: Edward P. Thompson
doi: 10.33909/cb/94.2018.04.42 
CLASSICAL BULLETIN Volume: 94 Issue: 4 
Pages: 23-41 Published: DEC 2018

Chilean port workers and the experience of the eventuality: The conflicts over the redondilla in the saltpeter docks (1916-1923)

Chilean port workers and the experience of the eventuality: The conflicts over the redondilla in the saltpeter docks (1916-1923)
Rebolledo, Camilo Santibáñez
Classical Bulletin, Issue 1, 2019; p.214
doi: https://doi.org/10.33909/cb/94.2019.01.94


Abstract

This article studies the conflictive establishment and derogation of a system of rotating distribution of work in the slaughtering operations of saltpeter, called "la redondilla". In the context of eventual contracting that continued with the destruction of the nineteenth-century port guilds, this rotating system imposed by the government and the shipping companies on the wharves of northern Chile, sank its roots in the same labor demand that it tried to contain: persistent propensity of day laborers and longshoremen to take charge of the sale of their work force, removing from the middle the agents who administered the hiring of the men required for such tasks. The result of this tension, culminated in the first effort of governmental deseventualización in the Chilean coasts, between 1922 and 1923.


KEYWORDS

Chile; twentieth century; port workers; work eventuality; redondill

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US geopolitical imperatives for the Baltic region

US geopolitical imperatives for the Baltic region
Sabina Garashova
Classical Bulletin, Issue 1, 2019; p.197
doi: https://doi.org/10.33909/cb/94.2019.01.93

Abstract

The scientific article discusses the geopolitical interests of the United States in the Baltic region. First of all, it is noted that the Baltic states are distinguished by their complex geopolitical character. The region in which the Baltic republics are located has become a proving ground for a dangerous confrontation between the USSR and the USA. After gaining independence, the Baltic republics headed towards the European Union. These republics were able to achieve more effective integration with European structures. First of all, two important facts testify to this. Since the Baltic republics in a short time were admitted to the membership of the European Union and NATO. This also shows that Western structures attached great importance to this region. Especially the USA had clear geopolitical imperatives in the region. Accordingly, all-round contacts were established in different directions.

KEYWORDS

region, US, Russia, antagonism, European Union, NATO, integration

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