Bibliography: Work

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Flohr, M. (2016). ‘Constructing Occupational Identities in the Roman World’, in K. Verboven and C. Laes (eds), Work, labor and professions in the Roman World. Leiden, 147–172.
Hawkins, C. (2013). ‘Labour and Employment’, in P.P.M. Erdkamp (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Ancient Rome. Cambridge, 336–351.
Newbery, J. (2013). ‘Space of Discipline and Governmentality: The Singer Sewing Machine Factory, Clydebank, in the Twentieth Century’. Scottish Geographical Journal 129.1: 15–35.
Tatlioglu, T. (2010). ‘Biographies of Place: The Joiners' Workshop at Harewood, West Yorkshire’. Post-Medieval Archaeology 44.2: 273–293.
Flohr, M. (2009). ‘The social world of Roman fullonicae’. TRAJ 2008: 173–186.
Laes, W. (2008). ‘Child Slaves at Work in Roman Antiquity’. Ancient Society 38: 235–283.
Degryse, P., J. Schneider, N. Kellens, M. Waelkens and P. Muchez (2007). ‘Tracing the Resources of Iron Working at ancient Sagalassos (South-West Turkey): a combined Lead and Strontium isotope study on Iron Artefacts and Ores’. Archaeometry 49.1: 75–86.
Salvaterra, C. (2006). ‘Labour and Identity in the Roman World. Italian Historiography during the last two Decades’, in B. Waaldijk (ed.), Professions and social identity: new european historical research on work, gender and society. Pisa, 15–38.
Waaldijk, B. (2006). Professions and social identity: new european historical research on work, gender and society. Pisa.
Grint, K. (2005). The Sociology of Work. third edition. Cambridge.
Hallett, C. (2004). ‘Review discussions. Technological advance and artistic decline? A history of bronze-working in the Roman period’. JRA 17: 487–501.
DeLaine, J. (2001). ‘Bricks and Mortar. Exploring the economics of building techniques at Rome and Ostia’, in D.J. Mattingly and J. Salmon (eds), Economies beyond agriculture in the classical world. London, 230–268.
Stein, J. (1995). ‘Time, space and social discipline: factory life in Cornwall, Ontario, 1867-1893’. JHG 21.3: 278–299.
Joshel, S.R. (1992). Work, Identity and Legal Status at Rome. London.
Rofel, L. (1992). ‘Rethinking Modernity: Space and Factory Discipline in China’. Cultural Anthropology 7.1: 93–114.
Vickers, M. (1986). From silver to ceramic : the potter's debt to metalwork in the Graeco-Roman, Oriental and Islamic worlds. Oxford.
Kampen, N. (1981). Image and Status: Roman Working Women in Ostia. Berlin.
Von Petrikovits, H. (1981). ‘Die Spezialisierung des römischen Handwerks’, in H. Jankuhn, W. Janssen, R. Schmidt-Wiegand and H. Tiefenbach (eds), Das Handwerk in vor- und frühgeschichtlicher Zeit. Göttingen, 63–132.
Maryon, H. (1949). ‘Metal Working in the Ancient World’. AJA 53.2: 93–125.