Bibliography: Work

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Lytle, E. (2018). A Cultural History of Work in Antiquity. London: Bloomsbury.
Flohr, M. (2016). ‘Constructing Occupational Identities in the Roman World’, in K. Verboven and C. Laes (eds), Work, labour and professions in the Roman World. Leiden: Brill, 147–172.
Hawkins, C. (2013). ‘Labour and Employment’, in P.P.M. Erdkamp (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Ancient Rome. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 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: Pisa University Press, 15–38.
Waaldijk, B. (2006). Professions and social identity: new european historical research on work, gender and society. Pisa: Pisa University Press.
Grint, K. (2005). The Sociology of Work. Third edition. Cambridge: Polity Press.
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: Routledge, 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: Ashmolean Museum.
Kampen, N. (1981). Image and Status: Roman Working Women in Ostia. Berlin: Mann.
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: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 63–132.
Maryon, H. (1949). ‘Metal Working in the Ancient World’. AJA 53.2: 93–125.