Malin Nilsson is a PhD-student at the department of Economic History at the University of Gothenburg. Her main field of research is gender and labor in informal or semi-formal industrial production, she is writing her thesis on intersectional dimensions of industrial homework in early 20th century Sweden and at FSCONS she will talk about what happens when companies excel in global flows of information and the labor movement doesn't. She also really likes tv and if you are interested in how the consumption of tv-series relates to global divisions of labor or why you watched “The Wire”, she has a piece on it in the latest issue of "Ord&bild".


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