Programme

Showing: Wednesday 24 March 2021 (entire day)
Wed 24 March
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Fri 26 March
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Sat 27 March
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Wednesday 24 March 2021 11.00 - 12.15
A-1 ECO29 State Building, Inter-Regime Competition and the Great Depression of the 1930s
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Network: Economic History Chair: Jarmo Peltola
Organizers: Jari Eloranta, Matti Hannikainen, Aappo Kähönen Discussant: Jarmo Peltola
Moderators: -
Henric Haggqvist : Economic Crises and the Rise of the Social State – Sweden 1920–1938
Matti Hannikainen, Jari Eloranta & Aappo Kähönen : Between Stronger States? Finland, Sweden and the Soviet Union during the Interwar Period
Gudmundur Jonsson : The Emergence of an Agrarian Welfare System in Iceland


B-1 ECO02 Bookkeeping, Intermediation and Financial Organizations in Early Modern Europe
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Network: Economic History Chair: Jaco Zuijderduijn
Organizer: Patrik Winton Discussant: Thomas Max Safley
Moderators: -
Mauro Carboni : Managing Money in Early Modern Italy
Anne Murphy : Managing ‘Neglect of Duty & Inattention to Business’ at the Eighteenth-century Bank of England
Christopher Pihl : Credit-building Practices: Riksens Ständers Bank (the Bank of the Estates of the Realm) on the Swedish Credit Market 1668-1700
Patrik Winton : Servants of Liquidation: the Clerical Staff at the First Debt Office in Sweden, 1719–1723


D-1 SPA01 Archives and Data
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Network: Spatial and Digital History Chair: Aleksandra Dul
Organizers: - Discussant: Ivo Zandhuis
Moderators: -
Emmanuel Falguieres : Land Ownership as a Social Practice in the United States (Kansas, 1870-1930)
Michal Gochna, Jaroslaw Suproniuk : Do we Still need Historical Atlases in Digital Era? The Evolution of „Historical Atlas of Poland” 1880–2020
Auke Rijpma, Richard Zijdeman & Ruben Schalk & Albert Meroño-Peñuela & Laurens Rietveld & Joe Raad & Roderick van der Weerdt & Bram van den Hout & Ashkan Ashkpour & Rinke Hoekstra & Kathrin Dentler : From the Desk to the World: Converting Social History Datasets to Linked Open Data using the DataLegend Ecosystem
Douwe Zeldenrust : Developing Multi-layered Data and Collection Information Networks: the Origin and History of the Collections of the Meertens Instituut


E-1 POL38 New Social Movements and Green Politics. Reconsidering Post-materialism and Environmentalism
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Networks: Health and Environment , Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Jukka Kortti
Organizer: Sari Aalto Discussant: Jukka Kortti
Moderators: -
Sari Aalto : Alternative Lifestyle, Environmental Concern, and New Politics. The Origins of Finnish Green Movement
Holger Nehring : The Dialectics of the Environment: the Green Movement and the Military in West Germany in the 1970s and Early 1980s
Mitya Pearson : Exploring the Environmental Awakening in 1970s Britain through Activists' Life Stories


F-1 EDU04 Circulation of Knowledge and Education across Professional, National and Ethnic Borders, ca 1880-1950
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Network: Education and Childhood Chair: Bengt Sandin
Organizers: - Discussant: Ida Milne
Moderators: -
Tibor Darvai : Socialist Education Policy and Makarenko in the 1950s in Hungary
Sasha Mullally : Rural Rejuvenation: Swedish “Manual Education” for Health in Canada, 1903-1912
Johan Samuelsson : Sweden and Dewey, Progressive Knowledge traveling between Nations and Institutions 1920-1950
Merja Uotila : Transfer of Craft Skills to the Next Generation. A Case Study of Early Modern Finnish Apprenticeship Practices


H-1 SOC19 New Research on INGO's
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Network: Social Inequality Chair: David Green
Organizers: - Discussant: Anne Berg
Moderators: -
Maria Cullen : Humanitarian Aid- a Tool of the Menigistu Regime? A Comparative Analysis of Oxfam and Medecins Sans Frontieres’ Emergency Responses to the Ethiopian Famine, 1984-1986
Thijs Korsten, Marco van Leeuwen : Global Inequality and the Historical Development of Human Rights Organisations, 1953-2016
Agata Troost, Marco van Leeuwen : War and Peace and INGOs


I-1 CRI01 Entangled Normativity: Early Modern Police (1500-1800s).
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Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Nicolas Simon
Organizers: Kevin Dekoster, Annemieke Romein Discussant: Glenn Svedin
Moderators: -
Kevin Dekoster : For the Benefit of Justice. Medical Practitioners and their Contributions to the Administration of Criminal Justice in Early Modern Ghent, 1588-1794.
Coleman A. Dennehy : Policing Early Modern Ireland: Crime, Criminal Policy, and Normative Behaviours – the Evidence from Seventeenth-century Irish Parliaments
Annemieke Romein : Cross-border Influences of Offices, Norms and Reasoning. Early Modern Norms in the Low Countries


J-1 POL01 Gendered Politics
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Networks: Politics, Citizenship, and Nations , Women and Gender Chair: Izabela Dahl
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Nupur Chaudhuri : East India Company and British Marriage Market in India
Izabela Dahl : Women and Humanitarian AId in Sweden- from Philantropy to Public Employment
Anne Epstein : Pro Justitia: Francophone Feminisms, Social Ethics and the Law, ca. 1900
My Klockar Linder : Transnational Pronatalism: Collaboration and Family Policy Exchanges in the Baltic Sea Area in the 1940s


K-1 WOM03A Negotiations of transEuropean Feminism I
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Network: Women and Gender Chair: Yulia Gradskova
Organizers: Heidi Kurvinen, Arja Turunen Discussant: Yulia Gradskova
Moderators: -
Heidi Kurvinen : Feminism in the Finnish Mainstream Media during the 1970s and 1980s: Encounters between Activists and Journalists
Kathryn Mahaney : Independents, Institutionalists, and the International Feminist Fight in Late 20th-Century Spain and Europe
Arja Turunen : Equality or Freedom for All? The Relationship between the Gender Role Movement and the Feminist Movement in Finland


L-1 LAB18 Servant Laws, Compulsion, and Resistance in the Nordic Countries, 1500–1900
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Networks: Labour , Social Inequality Chair: Hanne Østhus
Organizer: Vilhelm Vilhelmsson Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Dorte Kook Lyngholm : Absolute Obedience. The Legal Status of Servants on Danish Estates in the 19th Century
Carolina Uppenberg : Regulating Masters – how the Swedish Servant Acts Constrained Masters as Employers
Vilhelm Vilhelmsson : Responding to Coercion: Servants, Peasants and Everyday Resistance in 19th Century Iceland


M-1 FAM16 Mortality in the Past: what do we know, what do we need to know?
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Network: Family and Demography Chair: Tim Riswick
Organizers: - Discussants: -
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Emiko Higami : The Eugenic Protection Law and a Method of Contraception: Why Japanese could not avoid Mass Abortions?
Mayra Murkens : New Opportunities for Research into Infant Mortality in Maastricht, 1864-1955
Michail Raftakis : Urban Penalty in Hermoupolis, Greece (1859–1940)
Tim Riswick : Lifting the burden of disease. The modernisation of health in the Netherlands: Amsterdam 1854-1940


N-1 FAM20a Building of Demographic Databases I Shortening the Building: of Experiences on Handwriting Text Recognition
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Network: Family and Demography Chair: Gunnar Thorvaldsen
Organizer: Joana-Maria Pujadas-Mora Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Trent Alexander, Katie Genadek & Jonathan Fisher : Digitizing Handwriting with Automated Methods: a Pilot Project Using the 1990 U.S. Census Manuscripts
Lars Ailo Bongo, Tim Alexander Teige & Nikita Shvetsov & Johan Ravn & Einar Holsbø & Trygve Andersen & Gunnar Thorvaldsen & Hilde L. Sommerseth : Automated Approaches for Transcription of 20th Century Norwegian Census Microdata
Joseph Price, Mark Clement : Using Hand-writing Recognition to Auto Index the US Census Records


O-1 ELI01 De/professionalization of Political and Administrative Elites: Historical Turning Points in the 19th and 20th Centuries
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Network: Elites and Forerunners Chair: Andrei Florin Sora
Organizers: Judit Pál, Vlad Popovici Discussant: Gábor Egry
Moderators: -
Julia A. Bavouzet : Realizing the Professionalization. The Case of the Hungarian Ministerial Personnel (1867-1918)
Therese Garstenauer : Servants of Many Masters Revisited – a Multivariate Analysis of Biographical Data of Austrian High Officials (1918 – 1945)
Silvia Marton : How to Evaluate Merit? Debates around the Professionalization of the Executive in Romania (1866?1914)
Judit Pál, Vlad Popovici : The Professionalization of the Administrative Elite in Transylvania after 1918


P-1 ECO33 Transnational Social Democracy and European Economic Policy in the 1950s-1960s
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Network: Economic History Chair: Susanna Fellman
Organizer: Brian Shaev Discussant: Susanna Fellman
Moderators: -
Jacopo Perazzoli : Investigating Social-democratic Purposes and Programmes facing Automation and Technological Progress during the 1950s-1960s
Sigfrido Ramirez Perez : The Rise and Fall of the Keynesian Conception of Competition Policy (1962 – 1986)
Brian Shaev : “The Economy is Our Destiny”: Socialists and the Birth of European Competition Law, 1950 – 1962
Karin van Leeuwen : Pieter VerLoren van Themaat and Dutch Social Democratic Thinking about Competition Law


Q-1 LAB01 Anarchism and the National Question - Historical Perspectives
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Networks: Labour , Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Ruth Kinna
Organizers: Jose Antonio Gutierrez, Ruth Kinna Discussant: Ole Laursen
Moderators: -
Tom Goyens : Johann Most's Views on the American Republic
Carl Levy : Region, City and Town: Italian and Spanish Anarchism from the 1860s to the 1940s
Kenyon Zimmer : National Subjects and Subversive Subjectivity: the Paradox of the Anarchist Deportee in the Era of the First Red Scare, 1919-1939


R-1 ETH03 Irish Migrant Communities in the Post-Famine Era: Networks, Mutuality, and the Collective Spirit
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Network: Ethnicity and Migration Chair: John Herson
Organizer: William Jenkins Discussant: John Herson
Moderators: -
Dan Horner : Taking Root: The Irish Navigate Montreal’s Urban Fringe, 1850-1862
William Jenkins : Stanleyites and Dummeronians: Irish Immigrants, Street Culture, and Community Formation in Mid-Victorian Toronto


S-1 POL16 Mobilizing the Nation, 19th - 20th Centuries
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Network: Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Lyubomir Pozharliev
Organizers: - Discussant: Lyubomir Pozharliev
Moderators: -
Onur Ada : Rethinking the Kemalist Nation-builders Vis-à-vis an Agrarian Society: Peasant-Friendly Generous Reformers or Desperate Tax-Collectors?
Julia Håkansson : A Thousand Year Old Nation - a Comparative Analysis of The Sweden Democrats’ and The Danish People’s Party’s Use of History
Sami Suodenjoki : Naming Traitors to Mobilise the Nation: the Hunt for Collaborators in Finland after the Russian February Revolution of 1917
Deniz Ali Uyan : Searching for a new World-Historical Context: Divergent Trajectories of “Albanian” and “Kurdish” Nationalisms


T-1 REL03 Religious Tolerance and Peace in the Early Modern World: New Comparisons *
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Network: Religion Chair: Bram De Ridder
Organizers: Henning P. Jürgens, Christophe Schellekens Discussant: Bram De Ridder
Moderators: -
Henning P. Jürgens : The Confederation of Warsaw – a Milestone in the History of Religious Tolerance?
Maciej Ptaszynski : The Fate and Legacy of the Confederation of Warsaw in Poland in Early Modern Times
Christophe Schellekens : The Charter of Rhode Island and the Long-term History of Religious Tolerance and Coexistence


U-1 URB05a Living and Working in a Bustling District near the Port: the Diversity of Sailortowns around the World I
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Networks: Economic History , Urban Chair: Kristof Loockx
Organizers: Hilde Greefs, Kristof Loockx Discussant: Valerie Burton
Moderators: -
Eduard Page Campos : The Economic Transformation of the Maritime District of la Barceloneta in an Era of Massive Changes (1840-1916)
Lex Heerma van Voss : The Port as Sailors’ and Dockers’ Town
Christiaan van Bochove, Jelle van Lottum : A Network Analysis of Amsterdam’s Crimping Economy, 1837-1840



Wednesday 24 March 2021 12.30 - 13.45
A-2 ECO11 Early Financial Markets in Europe and Asia
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Network: Economic History Chair: Christiaan van Bochove
Organizer: Christiaan van Bochove Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Tomas de Albuquerque : The Portuguese Financial Market in the Eighteenth Century. The Investment Portfolios of their Investors
Íñigo Ena Sanjuán : Municipal Debt and State-formation in the Eighteenth-century Crown of Aragon
Jaco Zuijderduijn : Imprisonment for Public Debt: Merchants, Loan Guarantees, and Reprisals in the Medieval Economy


B-2 POL02 Debating the Borders of Citizenship Status
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Network: Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Anne Epstein
Organizers: - Discussant: Izabela Dahl
Moderators: -
Andreas Fahrmeir : Emigrants in Limbo: Statelessness and Emigration in 19th-century German States
Hiromi Komori : Identities of Russian Minority in Estonia and the Compatriot's Policy of Russia
Ivan Kosnica : Undesirable Citizens: Deprivation of Citizenship in Croatia in the Aftermath of the Second World War
Wladyslaw Peksa : “Cuius regio eius civitas”? - between the Citizenships and Civil Rights. -Legal Forms of Recognition, Granting and Withdrawal of Citizenship and Civil Rights as an Instrument to Creation of the State and Society within New Borders in the 20th Century
Petra Testen Koren, Ana Cergol Paradiž : The Question of Nationality and Citizenship after WWI: the Case of Single Female Servants in Trieste


C-2 ANT02 Inequality and Social Poverty within Urban and Rural Landscapes. Understanding the Social Geography of the Ancient Society
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Networks: Antiquity , Social Inequality Chair: Lena Larsson Lovén
Organizers: Lisa Hagelin, FWO research network Structural Determinants of Economic Performance in the Roman World (SDEP), Birgitta Sjöberg Leppänen Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Jesper Carlsen : Imperial Slaves and Freedmen in the Deathscape of Roman Carthage.
Lisa Hagelin : Vir bonus or homo probus? – the Social and Gender Identity of the Roman Freedman
Marja-Leena Hänninen : Religious Activity of Freedmen and the Sacral Topography of Ancient Ostia
Birgitta Sjöberg Leppänen : Inequality and the Social Production of Spaces of Coercion in the Ancient Greek Society
Hedvig von Ehrenheim : Rituals at Ancient Greek Sanctuaries: Slaves and Free as Equal before the Gods


D-2 POL11 Money, Gender and Political Citizenship: Economic Voting Restrictions in the Nordic Countries Before and After Universal Suffrage
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Networks: Economic History , Politics, Citizenship, and Nations , Women and Gender Chair: Bengt Sandin
Organizer: Fia Sundevall Discussant: Hanna Lindberg
Moderators: -
Minna Harjula : The Poor Excluded from Voting: Political and Social Citizenship in Finland, 1906–1970
Ragnheiður Kristjánsdóttir, Thorgerður Thorvaldsdóttir : Suffrage, Gender and Class. Women’s Suffrage and the Construction and Constraints of a Lawful Citizen in Iceland
Eirinn Larsen : “Secondary to the Economic Man”: Suffrage, Capital and Gender during the Long Nineteenth Century
Leonora Lottrup Rasmussen : When the Provider no Longer Provides
Fia Sundevall : “Money is the Name of Citizenship Rights”: Economic Restrictions on Universal Suffrage, Sweden 1921– 1945


E-2 THE01 Anarchism and the National Question - Theoretical Perspectives
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Network: Theory Chair: Ruth Kinna
Organizers: Jose Antonio Gutierrez, Ruth Kinna Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Pietro Di Paola : ‘Anarchists and Mandolins’: the Italian Anarchists in London between Transnationalism and National Identities
Jose Antonio Gutierrez, Federico Ferretti : The Republic, the Nation and the Empire: New Perspectives on Transnational Anarchism
Ruth Kinna : Ananda Coomaraswamy, Rudolf Rocker: Autonomy, Nationalism and Internationalism
Ivanna Margarucci : Internationalist Roots and National Debates in Bolivian Anarchism. A Complex Articulation during the 1920s and 1930s


F-2 SOC02 Beyond the "Russian" Empire: History of Economic Development and Social Inequalities in the Russian Controlled Territories
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Network: Social Inequality Chair: Tymofii Brik
Organizer: Tymofii Brik Discussant: Tymofii Brik
Moderators: -
Elena Bryukhanova, Natalia V. Nezhentseva : Social and Occupational Identity of the Siberian Urban Population at the Turn of the XIX-XX Centuries (based on the 1897 Census Manuscripts)
Alyona Liasheva, Volodymyr Kulikov : Consumption and Wealth Inequality Among Peasants in the Late Russian Empire: Analysis of the Budget Censuses
Taras Tsymbal : Ukrainian Agricultural Market in the Middle and Late Decades of the 18th Century: Dynamics of Integration, Price Shocks, and Price Formation
Tetiana Vodotyka : Charity as a Way Of Coping With Social Problems in Late Imperial Russia


G-2 CUL02 Emotional Construction of National Belonging and Agency
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Networks: Culture , Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Hannu Salmi
Organizer: Reetta Eiranen Discussant: Hannu Salmi
Moderators: -
Anna Bohlin : Grief and Loss as Nationalism in Nineteenth-Century Scandinavian Literature
Reetta Eiranen : Emotional Relationships as Resources of 19th-century Nation-building
Marja Jalava : To Hate the Nation. The Ambivalence about National Belonging among the Swedish-speaking Minority Intellectuals in Fin-de-siècle Finland
Raúl Moreno Almendral : Are Nations Communities of Feeling? An Approach from Personal Narratives from the Age of Revolutions (1780-1840)


H-2 WOR09 Transnational Networks and Foreign Investment in 19th-century Southern Europe
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Network: Global History Chair: Juan Pan-Montojo
Organizers: Juan Pan-Montojo, Juan-Luis Simal Discussant: Korinna Schönhärl
Moderators: -
Houssine Alloul : Wavering Representatives of the Nation: Reading Consular Lives in an Age of Capitalist Globalization
Darina Martykanova : Building Infrastructures in the Mediterranean: Global Engineers at the Service of French Companies (1860s-1920s)
Juan-Luis Simal : The Financial and Political Networks of British Bondholders and Activists: 1820-1840


I-2 MAT05 Finding Buyers: Communication and Intermediation in Early Modern Markets
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Network: Material and Consumer Culture Chair: Susanna Burghartz
Organizer: Alexander Engel Discussant: Emma Hart
Moderators: -
Alexander Engel : Fortunate Places: Attracting Buyers through Commodity Lotteries and Auction Events
Christof Jeggle : Intermediating between Sellers and Buyers: Brokers on the Markets of Eighteenth Century Nuremberg
Anna Reimann : A Paper Full of Things: Classified Advertisements in Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Century Basel


J-2 REL10 Religious Change and Secularisation
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Network: Religion Chair: Hugh McLeod
Organizers: - Discussant: John Wood
Moderators: -
Stefan Gelfgren : How Nineteenth-century Revivalist Movements Strengthened Faith and Undermined Christendom
Raúl Mínguez, Eider de Dios Fernández : Fear, Hope and Disappointment. Changing Identities of Progressive Catholic Women in Spain (1939-2015)
Patrick Pasture : Beyond Secularization: Writing the History of Christendom and Pluralism
Shay Rozen : Bahjí Mansion - Holy Place, Heritage Site or Museum?


K-2 WOM03B Negotiations of TransEuropean Feminisms II
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Network: Women and Gender Chair: Yulia Gradskova
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Judit Acsády : Women in Opposition Under State-socialism in Hungary
Anikó Eszter Bartha : Gendered Discourses in the 1970s in Hungary: Women Workers, Social Science and the (Gender) Regime
Helena Tolvhed : Centre-right Women and the Second Wave of Feminism in Sweden, 1961-1982


L-2 ASI01 Identities in Flux in Asia’s Transforming Cities in the 21st Century
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Networks: Asia , Urban Chair: John Davis
Organizer: Nandini Gooptu Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Aparna Agarwal : Cast(e)ing off Waste: a Study of Bhalswa Landfill in Delhi
Nandini Gooptu : Food Consumption and Urban Identity: the Politics of Vegetarianism in India
Shivangi Kaushik : Title of the Study: Understanding Racial Subjectivities of Women from Northeast India in the Spaces of Education and Work in New Delhi
Anjali Krishan : Housewife Suicides: Gender, Domestic Space and the Suicide Discourse amongst Middle-Class Housewives in Delhi-NCR


M-2 SPA07 Spatial Analysis of Population Geography and Occupational Structure II: Occupational Geography and Spatial Economics
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Networks: Economic History , Spatial and Digital History Chair: Gareth Austin
Organizers: - Discussant: Erik Green
Moderators: -
Isabelle Devos, Anne Winter : Geographies of Population, Health and Wealth in Early Modern Flanders and Brabant. Results from the Stream Project
Michael Pammer : Inconsistencies in Austro-Hungarian Occupation Censuses in the Late 19th Century
Robin Philips : Continuity or Change? The Spatial Evolution of Industry in the Netherlands and Belgium (1820 – 2010)
Filipa Ribeiro da Silva, Hélder Carvalhal & Jaime Reis : Occupational Structures in Mid-eighteenth-century Portugal: a Preliminary Assessment
Konrad Wnek, Lidia Zyblikiewicz : Spatial Analysis of the Occupational Structure of Galicia's Population in the Second Half of the 19th Century


N-2 FAM20b Building of Demographic Databases II
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Network: Family and Demography Chair: Gabriel Brea Martinez
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Elisabeth Engberg : The National SwedPop-initiative: Merging Five Large Databases into a National Resource for Demographic Research
Daniela Marza, Ioan Bolovan : Historical Population Database of Transylvania (HPDT) - a Valuable Tool for Family Reconstitution in Transylvania, 1850-1914
Joana-Maria Pujadas-Mora, Alícia Fornés, Josep Lladós, Miquel Valls, Gabriel Brea : Building Individual-level Historical Demographic Databases using Computer Vision Methods based on Deep Learning. The Barcelona Case.


P-2 RUR08 Making Rural History ‘Spectacular’? Moving Images and New Perspectives on Rural Society
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Network: Rural Chair: Ernst Langthaler
Organizer: Ulrich Schwarz-Graeber Discussant: Marijn Molema
Moderators: -
Sven Lefèvre, Yves Segers : Bringing the Farm to the Living Room: Agrarische Televisie en Radio Omproep (ATRO) (1981-1997)
Peter Moser : Changing Images? How do Films Influence our Perceptions of Human-animal Relations?
Ulrich Schwarz-Graeber, Brigitte Semanek & Yves Segers : The ‘Backgrounds’ of Rural Life: Seeing Social Change through Home Movie Footage


Q-2 LAB02 Advances in the Knowledge of European Craftsmanship at the Old Regime
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Network: Labour Chair: Patrick Wallis
Organizer: José A. Nieto Sánchez Discussant: Patrick Wallis
Moderators: -
Bert De Munck : Artisan Knowledge, Secrecy, and Governmentality in Long-term Context
José A. Nieto Sánchez : Innovation, Mobility, and Knowledge Transfer in Madrid, 1680-1820
Maarten Prak : Painters on the Move in Seventeenth-century Europe


R-2 ORA13 Oral History and Life Stories in Research, Museums and in the Archive
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Network: Oral History Chair: Malin Thor Tureby
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Outi Fingerroos : The Oral History of Finnish Migration
Ene Kõresaar : Revisiting the Use of Life Stories in the Museum: a Baltic Perspective
Nikita Lomakin : Bringing Oral History to Media. The Case of “Eastern Workers” Archive of International Memorial (Moscow)
Jeoffrey van Woensel, Melanie Dirksen & Marjolein van der Werf : New on the Scene? The Oral History Collection of the Netherlands Veterans Institute and the Use of Interviews with Dutch Veterans for Research on Combat Experience


S-2 HEA02 ‘Primary Health Care’ in Post-War Global Health: Making and Meaning
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Network: Health and Environment Chair: Martin Gorsky
Organizer: Martin Gorsky Discussant: Martin Gorsky
Moderators: -
David Bannister : ´Into the Hitherto untouched Periphery’: Planning, Primary Health Care and Changing Idioms of Health Governance in Ghana, 1957-1996
Hayley Brown : The Establishment of Health Centres in New Zealand from the 1970s
John Manton : Fashioning Primary Health Care in Post-Independence Nigeria


T-2 REL04 Early Modern Material and Visual Culture: Home and Beyond
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Network: Religion Chair: Benedetta Borello
Organizer: Silvia Evangelisti Discussant: Benedetta Borello
Moderators: -
Silvia Evangelisti : Paintings, Objects and Texts in the Early Modern Domestic Spaces
Ana Mafalda Lopes : Widowhood, Urban Space and Survival Strategies in XVIIIth Century Portugal
Isabel dos Guimarães Sá : Domestic Interiors and Female Agency: some Examples from the Misericórdia do Porto (1500-1700)


U-2 URB05b Living and Working in a Bustling District near the Port: the Diversity of Sailortowns around the World II
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Networks: Economic History , Urban Chair: Hilde Greefs
Organizers: Hilde Greefs, Kristof Loockx Discussant: Beatrice Moring
Moderators: -
Melanie Holihead : Heedless of the Consequence: how Sailors’ Women’s Survival Strategies fed the Popular Imagination
Tomas Nilson : The Landlady as (Social) Network Node in Sailortown, 1880-1930. The Case of Gothenburg
Christina Reimann : The Mutual Impact between Migration and Pleasure Culture in Gothenburg’s Port Area (c. 1880-1925)
Mathias Seiter : Challenging Authorities and Boundaries: Sailortowns in German Naval Ports, c. 1871-1918


V-2 SPE02 The ERC Funding Opportunities for the Field of Social Science History
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Network: Chair: Margaret Hunt
Organizer: Flavia Cumoli Discussant: Miguel Bandeira Jerónimo
Moderators: -
Nandini Chatterjee : Forms of Law in the Early Modern Persianate World, 17th-19th Centuries
Flavia Cumoli : Introduction and Presentation of the ERC Granting Opportunities for Potential Applicants in the Field of Social and Economic History
Matteo Millan : The Dark Side of the Belle Époque. Political Violence and Armed Associations in Europe before the First World War
Alanna O'Malley : Challenging the Liberal World Order from Within, The Invisible History of the United Nations and the Global South



Wednesday 24 March 2021 14.30 - 15.45
A-3 ECO04a Creditors, Debtors, and Early Financial Markets (c. 1300-1800) I
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Network: Economic History Chair: Elise Dermineur
Organizers: Elise Dermineur, Jaco Zuijderduijn Discussant: Jaco Zuijderduijn
Moderators: -
David Carvajal : How Castilian Creditors & Debtors Managed their Relations? Confidence and Security (15th-16th Century)
David Kusman, Jean-Luc Demeulemeester : Revisiting Graeber’s “Everyday Communism” in the Light of a Medieval Debt-enforcement Custom: being Hostage in an Inn for a Debt in the Low Countries between ca. 1250-1350
Benoit Maréchaux : Funding Businesses in the Early Modern Mediterranean: Marco Centurione’s Galley Enterprise, Genoese Credit Networks and the Piacenza Exchange Fairs (1612-1621)
Tawny Paul : Incarceration and the Enforcement of Debts in Eighteenth-century Britain


B-3 ECO23 Relocation or Resilience? Household Textile Production and Consumption in a Global Comparative Perspective
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Network: Economic History Chair: Emiliano Travieso
Organizer: Elise Van Nederveen Meerkerk Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Sarah Carmichael, Corinne Boter : Cotton Wages: a First Look at an International Database
Aditi Dixit : Textile Production and Household Labour in India and Japan c. 1890 to 1940
Katharine Frederick, Elisevan Nederveen Meerkerk : Household Textile Production in Java and East Africa Compared
Faheem Rokadiya : Industrialization and the Continuation of Household Textile Production in the 18-19th Century UK and 20th Century China: a Diachronic Comparison


C-3 ANT01 Discursive Constructions of Corruption in Ancient Rome
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Networks: Antiquity , Elites and Forerunners Chair: Neville Morley
Organizer: Filippo Carlà-Uhink Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Filippo Carlà-Uhink : “He had thoughtlessly accepted certain Gifts”: Corruption and Normative Behavior for Roman Magistrates
Marta García Morcillo : Financial Complexity, Immoral Behaviour and the Discourse of Corruption in Roman Mentality
Sema Karatas : Competition, Contention and Corruption: the Trial of Cn. Plancius in 54 BCE
Christian Rollinger : Dazzling the Barbarians: Diplomatic Gifts during the High and Late Empire


D-3 URB01 Fleeting Feelings. Towards an Emotional History of Urban Space (19th and 20th Centuries)
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Network: Urban Chair: Nicolas Kenny
Organizers: Anneleen Arnout, Rebecca Madgin Discussant: Nicolas Kenny
Moderators: -
Anneleen Arnout : Emotion as Tool. Urban Dwellers and their Experience of Urban Change in Amsterdam, 1850-1930
Stefan Höhne : Fragile Passengers. Fear, Loathing and Politics of Complaint in the New York City Subway 1960 - 1978.
Rebecca Madgin : Why do Historic Buildings Matter? Emotional Attachments and Urban Heritage


E-3 THE02 Current Research on Moral Economies
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Networks: Labour , Theory Chair: Norbert Götz
Organizers: Norbert Götz, Nikos Potamianos Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Norbert Götz : The Moral Economy of Humanitarian Priorities: Bonds, Masses, and the Self
James Kelly : Food Protest in Ireland in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
Nikos Potamianos : A Moral Economy inside and against the Capitalist Market: Competition, Profit and the Shopkeepers of Athens 1900-1940
Korinna Schönhärl : Tax Morale: the Historiographical Examination of Norms on Tax Payment after Boom (1975-1985)


F-3 WOM07 Teachers on the Move: Transnational and Mediterranean Conversations about Women, Education and Feminism (Late-18th Century and 19th Centuries)
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Network: Women and Gender Chair: Christina de Bellaigue
Organizer: Rebecca Rogers Discussant: Christina de Bellaigue
Moderators: -
Marilyn Booth : Féminisme in Egypt: the Egyptian University’s Women’s Lectures, 1909-12
Caroline Fayolle : Education, Emancipation and Feminism during the French Revolution
Rebecca Rogers : Tracking Gendered Pedagogies of Emancipation in Europe and North Africa: Schools, Teachers, and Texts (1830s-1850s)


G-3 CUL03 Familiar Ground. Unravelling the Links between Nationalism and Tourism
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Network: Culture Chair: Eric Storm
Organizers: Andreas Stynen, Gerrit Verhoeven Discussant: Eric Storm
Moderators: -
Andreas Stynen : Opponents on the Same Grounds. Conflicting Tourist Organizations in Interwar Belgium
Kasper Swerts : Comparative Analysis of the Vlaamse Toeristenbond (Flemish Tourist Association) and Irish Tourist Association during the Interwar Period
Gerrit Verhoeven : Which Belgium do we sell? Flemish Nationalism and Discussions on Tourism Marketing in Parliament (1930-’80)


H-3 WOR03 Entangled Gazes, Diverse Struggles: Exiles in America and Europe
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Network: Global History Chair: Holger Weiss
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Dolores Augustine : Peaceful Networking against Franco: Attempts of Exiled Spanish Anarchists to Form Alliances
José M. Faraldo : Transnational Experiences. Spanish Communists in the Popular Democracies of Central Europe
Carolina Rodríguez-López : Academic Exile: Fernando de los Ríos y Alfredo Mendizabal and the New School for Social Research


I-3 CRI03 Justice Administration in Colonial Spaces
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Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Christian G. De Vito
Organizer: Nuno Camarinhas Discussant: Nuno Camarinhas
Moderators: -
Chris Jenkins : 'An Object of Ambition': Fostering Judicial Development beyond the Borders of British India, 1869-1919
Maarten Manse : The Justice and Injustice of the Colonial Tax Administration in the Dutch East Indies, ca. 1880-1920
Natalie Reinhart : Producing Testimony: Legible Bodies in Jamaica’s Lower- Magisterial Courts


J-3 ETH08 Unmaking Borders: Freedom of Movement in Historical and Contemporary Perspective
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Network: Ethnicity and Migration Chair: Christiane Reinecke
Organizers: Marcel Berlinghoff, Jannis Panagiotidis Discussant: Christiane Reinecke
Moderators: -
Marcel Berlinghoff : Migration as the Meaning of Europe. Free Movement and European Integration
Mark McQuinn : Current Threats to Classical Liberal Humanitarianism in Europe and Ways to Counter them: the Need for a Historically Sensitive Approach
Jannis Panagiotidis : Global Free Migration? United Nations Debates on the Right to Freedom of Movement, 1984-1989
Jessica Steinman : Negotiating Identities: being Vietnamese in the Remnants of North-South and East-West Demarcation


K-3 AFR01 Labour Movements and Workers Organisations: Historical Trajectories and Current Challenges in and from the Global South
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Network: Africa Chair: Peyman Jafari
Organizer: Stefano Bellucci Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Samuel Andreas Admasie : Workers’ Agency and Wages in Ethiopia
Stefano Bellucci : Facing Decent Work: African Regional and International Labour Organisations
Francesca Congiu : Made in Taiwan: Trade Unions Organisation and Politics in the Global Factory
Sarah Kunkel : Modernising the Village: Decolonisation and Mechanisation in Ghana under Nkrumah
Lucas Poy : 130 Years of Labor Movement in Argentina. A General Overview and a Discussion of Recent Historiographical Developments


L-3 LAB19 Welfare Capitalism in the 19th Century's Central Europe
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Networks: Economic History , Labour Chair: Martin Jemelka
Organizer: Zdenek Nebrensky Discussant: Martin Jemelka
Moderators: -
Svatopluk Herc : Welfare Capitalism in Bohemia: the Case of the Workers Houses’ Construction in Pilsen-Karlov, 1907-1916
Zdenek Nebrensky : Welfare Facilities in the Central European Towns in the Second Half of the 19th Century


M-3 FAM03 Insularity, Isolation and Female Strategies of Family Continuity over Generations in Global Perspective (16th -20th centuries)
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Network: Family and Demography Chair: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux
Organizer: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux Discussant: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux
Moderators: -
Donggue Lee, Byung-giu Son & Gyeongjin Lee : A Study on the Strategy of Family Succession through Female Heads of Households in Korea in the 17th and 19th Centuries
Claude Olry : Determinants of the Long Historical Continuity of Lineages and Families for the Community of Koreans Living in China
Paulo Teodoro de Matos, Diogo Paiva & Francisco Anguita : Who will marry this Widow? Female Strategies of Family in São Jorge Island (Azores) in the 19th Century


O-3 ELI03 Elite Libraries as a Source of Ideology (17th and Early 21st Centuries)
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Network: Elites and Forerunners Chair: Tetiana Vodotyka
Organizer: Svitlana Potapenko Discussant: Tetiana Vodotyka
Moderators: -
Oleksandr Okhrimenko : Books for God, Books for State: the Library of Daniel Lorenz Salthenius in the Collection of Józef Aleksander Jablonowski
Svitlana Potapenko : Family Library as a “Place of Memory”: the Rozumovskys’/Razumovskys’ Book Collection (Mid-18th and Early 21st Centuries)
Nataliia Sinkevych : Reading Circle of Kyiv Church Intellectuals between Rome, Constantinople, Moscow and Wittenberg (Cultural Polilog on the Example of Some XVII-XVIII ct. Libraries)


P-3 RUR01 The Transformation of the Countryside in the Netherlands. A Transdisciplinary Approach to the Exploitation of the Rural Landscape along the North Sea Coast (ca. 1000–1800) I
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Network: Rural Chair: Rombert Stapel
Organizers: Mans Schepers, Rombert Stapel Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Otto Knottnerus : The Transformation of the Dollard Bay Area (1000-1800): From Wasteland to Polderland - Myth and Reality
Mans Schepers : The Transformation of the Countryside in the Netherlands: An Archaeological Introduction
Meindert Schroor : Daily Life and Urban-rural Dynamics in Friesland on the Basis of the Accounts of the Leeuwarden Orphanage 1541 – 1608


Q-3 SEX09 The Moving Front: Changing Sexuality in Post-war Europe
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Network: Sexuality Chair: Chris Waters
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Andrés Brink Pinto : Policing Public Sex between Men – the Stockholm Homosex-commission 1944–1968
Matleena Frisk : Changing Premarital Relationships and the Recognition of Premarital Fertility Control Needs in Finland from the 1950s to the 1970s
Rosa Hamilton : The Very Quintessence of Persecution: Queer Antifascism in 1970s Western Europe
Alessio Ponzio : Failed Projects and Lonely Hearts: Der Kreis and the Italian Homophiles


R-3 ORA14 Transcribing Oral History Interviews (Semi-)automatically. Technological Promises in Practical Testing
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Network: Oral History Chair: Linde Apel
Organizer: Almut Leh Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Christoph Draxler : Web-based Tools for Transcribing and Segmenting Speech
Herdis Kley : Preparing Transcripts in a Digital Research Environment for Interview Collections
Peter Kompiel : Iron Curtain - Using (Semi-)automatic Transcription Tools For Creating a Digital Interview Archive
Almut Leh : Audiomining – Advanced Speech Technologies for Transcribing, Indexing and Analysing Oral History Interviews


S-3 HEA03 Health Policies in the 20th Century
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Network: Health and Environment Chair: Hayley Brown
Organizer: Enrique Perdiguero-Gil Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Josep Lluis Barona : Nutritional Policies in Interwar Japan: an International Model
Kari Tove Elvbakken : Rockefeller and Norwegian Health Policy after WWII
Heini Hakosalo : Brittle Bonds: the Effect of Tuberculosis on the Social and Familial Fabric in 20th-century Finland
Enrique Perdiguero-Gil : Towards New Health Policies: the Role of Health Education in Spanish Health Reform (1970-1982)


T-3 LAB14 Organizing Workers’ Education: from Above and from Below
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Networks: Education and Childhood , Labour Chair: Wiktor Marzec
Organizers: Jenny Jansson, Jonas Söderqvist Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Marisa De Picker : Striving for the Right to Life, Vocational Training and Work. The Creation of a New Educationally-based Welfare System for Physically Disabled Labourers in Belgium, 1919-1939
Elina Hakoniemi : Why Worker’s Education – the Establishment of the Worker’s Educational Association of Finland
Jenny Jansson, Jonas Söderqvist : Workers’ Education and the ILO
Jan Kellershohn : The Normativity of the Descriptive. Towards an Epistemology of Mobility
Francoise Laot : Educating Workers’ Wives or Educating Women Workers? Circulation of Ideas and Evolving Discourses in the Late Sixties and Early Seventies France


U-3 WOM01 Intimate Economic Networks: Women’s Commercial and Investment Agency in the Atlantic and Indian Ocean Worlds
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Network: Women and Gender Chair: Lucas Haasis
Organizer: Aske Brock Discussant: Lucas Haasis
Moderators: -
Aske Brock : “India has been a Fortunate Place to our Relations”: Intimate Networks of the English East India Company, 1600-1800
Misha Ewen : ‘Women would be Necessary': Women's Networks in the Atlantic in the Early Seventeenth Century
Margaret Hunt : ’Investing’ in Long-distance Voyages: Plebeian Women’s Financial Links to Sailors in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-century England
Annika Raapke : She’s got the Goods - and she knows how to use them: Trickles of Goods and Flows of Power in Women’s Letters from the Eighteenth-century French Colonial World



Wednesday 24 March 2021 16.00 - 17.15
A-4 ECO04b Creditors, Debtors, and Financial Organizations in Early Modern Europe (c. 1300-1800) II
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Network: Economic History Chair: Jaco Zuijderduijn
Organizers: Elise Dermineur, Jaco Zuijderduijn Discussant: Elise Dermineur
Moderators: -
Marcella Lorenzini, Giuseppe De Luca : Credit, Public Debt and Social Stability in Spanish Milan (XVIth C.)
José Luis Peña-Mir : The Strength of the Contract vs. the Strength of the Story: Integration of Local Legal Orders and Contract Enforcement in Notarial Credit Markets in Early Modern Spain
Matteo Pompermaier : 'Wine and Cash': Inns, Bastioni and the Venetian Credit Market (18th Century)
Lisbeth Rodrigues : From Private to Public Credit Market: Institutional Creditors and Investment Patterns in Eighteenth-century Portugal
Thomas Max Safley : Financial Markets and Financial Mediation in Eearly Modern Europe: Qestioning the Transition from Personalized to De-personalized Exchange


B-4 SOC05 Sources and Methods for the Study of Social Inequality in the Premodern Iberian Peninsula (14th-16th Centuries)
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Network: Social Inequality Chair: Pere Verdés
Organizers: Esther Tello, Pere Verdés Discussant: José Antonio Jara Fuente
Moderators: -
Luis Almenar Fernández : Inventories, Inequality, and Consumption in Late Medieval Valencia
Gema Rayo : Sources to Analyse the Wealth of the Castilian Church: the Bishoprics of the Kingdom of Granada as a Case Study
Albert Reixach : Testing Fiscal Registers with other Sources for the Study of Inequalities in Premodern Catalan Towns: Girona, c. 1360-c. 1570
Luis Sales : Private Litigation as a Pattern for Determining Social Inequalities (XIV c. Catalonia)


C-4 MAT08 Out of the Ordinary: Non-standard Retailing and Consumption in 19th Century Europe
C
Network: Material and Consumer Culture Chair: Christine Fertig
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Sarah Curtis : The Child Consumer in Nineteenth-Century France
Ian Mitchell : Much more than a Store: the Co-operative Shop in England 1870-1914
Iria Suarez Martinez : A Better Childhood for All Children: Designing the Modern Space for Sick Children in East London, 1850-1900
Anna Sundelin, Johanna Wassholm : Practices and Morality in the Late Nineteenth Century Human Hair Trade. Finland as Part of Transnational Flows of Goods


D-4 URB02 Social Segregation and the Re-spatialization of Cities in East and Southeast Europe after 1991
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Network: Urban Chair: Guido Hausmann
Organizer: Guido Hausmann Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Olena Gulenok, Alyona Liasheva : Central Lviv: Concentration of Power, Monopolization of Business and Socio-Spatial Exclusion
Daniel Habit : Housing and Living in Bucharest. From Socialist Planning to Neoliberal Disorder?
Liana Kupreishvilil : Tourism and Prostitution in the Urban Spaces of Tbilisi and Batumi after 1991
Pieter Troch : The Socialist Heritage of Mitrovica (Kosovo) in Current Processes of Ethno-Political Re-spatialization


E-4 THE04 Do we still need another ‘other’? New Directions in the Historiography of Disability
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Network: Theory Chair: Paul van Trigt
Organizer: Paul van Trigt Discussant: Paul van Trigt
Moderators: -
Monika Baar : Rethinking Disability: the Global Impact of the International Year of Disabled Persons (1981) in Historical Perspective
Catherine Kudlick : Reflections from a Disability Studies Perspective
Lotta Vikström : DISLIFE - Liveable Disabilities: Life Courses and Opportunity Structures across Time
Tyler Zoanni : Reflections from the South


F-4 ETH04 Regulating Mixed Intimacies in Europe
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Networks: Ethnicity and Migration , Family and Demography , Sexuality Chair: Christoph Lorke
Organizer: Betty De Hart Discussant: Christoph Lorke
Moderators: -
Betty De Hart : Exploring the Legal Archive on Mixed Intimacies: Nothing but Trouble?
Rebecca Franco : ‘Interracialized Intimacies’ and Racial Boundaries in the French Postcolonial Archive
Guno Jones : Dutch Racial Colonial Economies of ‘Mixed-ness’ and ‘Pureness’ and their Afterlives
Nawal Mustafa : Footloose Fancy Free and in Flimsy Summer Dresses: Caribbean Nurses that Dated Outside the ‘Race’
Andrea Tarchi : Between Annexation and Exclusion in the Italian Empire: Racial Mixture and the Juridical Status of Libyans during the Fascist Colonial Rule
Elena Zambelli : Mixed’ Couples in Contemporary Europe: Perception of Stasis and Change across Multiple Generations


G-4 HEA09 Vaccination: Innovation to Resistance
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Network: Health and Environment Chair: Triona Waters
Organizers: - Discussant: Triona Waters
Moderators: -
María-José Báguena, Rafaela Domínguez : Organization and Development of the Production of Diphtheria Serum at the Behringwerke in Germany and its presence in Spain (1918-1945)
Ida Milne : Little Picture, Big Picture: can Oral History play a Public Role in informing Parents about Vaccination Choices?
María-Isabel Porras, Pedro Luis Romera-Garrido & Maria-Victoria Caballero-Martínez : The Reappearance of Diphtheria in 2015: Historical Context and Social, Political and Scientific Responses in Spain and Castilla-La Mancha (1975-2018)
Ourania-Eleni Zachariadou, Anastasia Papadopoulou : Causes behind Parents’ Decision to not follow Medical Recommendations to Vaccinate their Children. A Violation to Children’s Rights? A Qualitative Study in Greece


H-4 WOR02 Comparing Narratives: Terrorism Representations and the 'Historical Continuities' Hypothesis
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Network: Global History Chair: Marcello Mollica
Organizers: Andrea Francioni, Federica Guazzini Discussant: Marcello Mollica
Moderators: -
Alessandra Cappelletti : The Official Discourse on "Terrorism" as a Way to cope with Political Struggle and Maintain the Status Quo: the Case of "Uyghur Terrorists" in China
Andrea Francioni : British Narratives of Terrorism in India: the Colonial Discourse on Political Violence in the Interwar Years
Federica Guazzini : Shiftaism in Eritrea under British Administration: Competing Narratives of Political Violence and Counter-Terrorism
Lara Semboloni : Terrorism, a Concept under Construction: the Use of the Term in Mexican Congressional Debates in the First Half of the XX Century


I-4 CRI04 Justice, Crime & French Empire
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Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Marion Pluskota
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Jérémy Boutier : Criminal Law in Ile Bourbon/La Reunion: Elaboration, Application and Consequences (1664-1946)
Claire Eldridge : Capturing Colonial Voices: French Military Justice Archives and the “Imperial Turn” in First World War Studies
Rachel Gillett : Rapping and taking the Rap: French Rap, Criminality, and the Courts
Jennifer Sessions : Algerian Crimes in a Metropolitan Court: “Delocalization” and the Politics of Colonial Justice in Montpellier, France


K-4 FAM04 Approaching Living Standards using Household Budgets from a Gender Prospective
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Network: Family and Demography Chair: Beatrice Moring
Organizer: Luisa Muñoz Abeledo Discussant: Jane Humphries
Moderators: -
Cristina Borderias, Luisa Muñoz Abeledo & Xavier Cussó : Family Budgets during the First Third of the Twentieth Century in Urban Spain
Corinne Boter : Living Standards and the Household Life-cycle in Netherland
Veronica Canal : Welfare Levels in Postwar Times: an Approach using Family Budgets in a North Spanish Port, Gijón, during the First Years of the Franco Dictatorship


L-4 LAB20 Mapping Labour Protests in the Imperial Borderlands of the Early Twentieth Century
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Network: Labour Chair: Jenny Jansson
Organizers: Wiktor Marzec, Risto Turunen Discussant: Sami Suodenjoki
Moderators: -
Jule Ehms : Anti-nationalism within the Syndicalist Movement in Germany, 1919–1923
Wiktor Marzec : From Revolution to Nation. Popular Unrest in Russian Poland, 1905–1918
Risto Turunen : Socialist Temporality in the Grand Duchy of Finland, 1905–1918


M-4 FAM19 Remarriage and Stepfamilies in Preindustrial Societies of Central and Eastern Europe in Demographic Perspective
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Network: Family and Demography Chair: Radoslaw Poniat
Organizer: Piotr Guzowski Discussant: Radoslaw Poniat
Moderators: -
Monika Kozlowska, Marzena Liedke & Piotr Guzowski : Remarriage among Catholics and Protestants in Warsaw and Vilnius in the 18th Century
Péter Öri : A Turning Point in the Life Course: Widowhood and Remarriage in 19th Century Hungary
Levente Pakot : Parental Death and Life-course Trajectories of Orphans in a Hungarian Rural Town, 1750-1850
Alice Velková : Remarriage and Stepfamilies among Members of „New Elites“ – Bohemia in the 2nd Half of the 19th Century


N-4 SOC04 Negotiating Community in Eighteenth-century Poor Relief Reforms
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Network: Social Inequality Chair: Maarten Prak
Organizers: David Briscoe, Marjolein Schepers Discussant: Maarten Prak
Moderators: -
Erica G.H. Boersma : Quantifying Solidarity. Giving to Co-relegionists in the Dutch Republic, c.1620-1795
David Briscoe : To whom do the Poor Belong? Conceptualising Community and the Common Good in French Poor Relief Reforms from Turgot to the Revolution, c.1774-1791
David Hitchcock : Imagining Communities without Poverty: from the Poor Man’s Advocate to Benthamite ‘National Charity’, 1649-1800
Marjolein Schepers : The Boundaries of Belonging: Migration, Settlement and Community Formation in the Context of Poor Relief Reforms in the Southern Netherlands, 1750-1800


O-4 ELI04 Elites, Emotions and Indentities
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Network: Elites and Forerunners Chair: Nina Koefoed
Organizers: - Discussant: Nina Koefoed
Moderators: -
Katie Barclay : Emotional Economies, Illegitimate Intimacies and Gilbert Innes of Stowe
Sarah Goldsmith : Shame and Shaming: Delineating the Eighteenth-century Elite Male Body through Emotion
Marja Vuorinen : Adapting to Modernity? 19th-century Finnish Noblemen (Re)defining their Status


P-4 ETH01 “See what is missing from my Letter…”: Letter Writing Practices in Ukrainian Canadian Community (Late 19th - Early 20th Century)
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Networks: Ethnicity and Migration , Theory Chair: Jelena Pogosjan
Organizer: Nataliya Bezborodova Discussant: Maryna Chernyavska
Moderators: -
Terje Anepaio : Let our Stories be in the Museum, too! Collecting Memories of Russian Speaking Miners in Estonia
Nataliya Bezborodova : "K" for "Confiscated": Letters from and to Ukrainian Immigrants in KGB Archives (1930-1950)
Larisa Sembaliuk Cheladyn : Vuiko Shtif Writes Home
Baris Ülker : Postcards and Mobilities in Exile


Q-4 ORA09 Oral History and Activism: Research Subject and/or Tool for Change?
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Network: Oral History Chair: Leslie McCartney
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Carly Adams : From Generation to Generation: Narratives of Strength, Hope and Resiliency in the Southern Alberta, Canada Nikkei Community
Andrea Althaus : Great Expectations. The Role of Oral History in Historical Reappraisal Projects
Kirsti Jõesalu : Oral History and NGOs-activism: Educating and Commemorating about 20th Century History


R-4 SEX03 Beyond “Vanilla History”: Global Decolonization and the Routes of Sexual Revolution
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Network: Sexuality Chair: Andrew DJ Shield
Organizer: Chelsea Schields Discussant: Andrew DJ Shield
Moderators: -
Wannes Dupont : Guardians of Life and Prophets of Doom. Christian Sexologies, Global Institutions and the Population Bomb (1945-1968)
Christopher Ewing, Ulrike Schaper : Sexual Frustrations and Dream Vacations: West German Discourses of Sex Tourism after the Sexual Revolution
Julian Isenia : Anto Kiko Awo? (and now what?): the Life and Works of Dutch Caribbean Theatre Maker Fridi Martina
Elizabeth Jacob : “The Checkbook has killed True Love”: Debating Love and Money in Postcolonial Abidjan
Chelsea Schields : Revolutionary Liaisons: Sex, Socialism and Black Power in the Dutch Atlantic


S-4 HEA05 Nineteenth-century Medical Periodicals as Spaces of Knowledge Circulation
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Network: Health and Environment Chair: Frank Huisman
Organizer: Joris Vandendriessche Discussant: Annika Berg
Moderators: -
Jolien Gijbels : Divergent Views: Professional Etiquette and Scientific Exchange in Belgian Medical Journals (1840-1914)
Valerie Leclercq : Who do we think we are? Import, Circulation and Moderation of Non-medical Ideas about the Human Self in Belgian Medical Journals (1840-1914)
Joris Vandendriessche : Experimenting with Periodical Publishing. Spreading French Medicine through the Belgian Medical Press (1830-1860)
Kaat Wils : Hypnotism and the Transnational Circulation of Knowledge. French and Belgian Medical Journals around 1900


T-4 REL06 Scandals, Corruption and Ecclesiastical Judges (16th -18th C.)
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Network: Religion Chair: Anna Bellavitis
Organizers: - Discussant: Silvia Evangelisti
Moderators: -
Benedetta Borello : Feelings on Corruption within the Papal Court between the Notion of ‘Scandal’, 'Outrage’ and ‘Sloth’(17th – 18th C.)
Francesca Medioli : Nuns, Monks, Judges and Courtesans: a Double Florentine Scandal (17th C.)


U-4 WOM15 Roundtable: Precarious Work between Production and Reproduction
U
Network: Women and Gender Chair: Johanna Annola
Organizer: Eileen Boris Discussants: Eloisa Betti, Eileen Boris, Anna Frisone, Annelise Orleck, Asli Vatansever
Moderators: -


V-4 ETH02 Incorporating Return into the (Irish) Migration Story
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Network: Ethnicity and Migration Chair: Marjolein 't Hart
Organizer: Irial Glynn Discussant: Marjolein 't Hart
Moderators: -
Irial Glynn : Explaining (Im)mobility through Return Irish Emigration Patterns in the 1950s and 1960s
Sara Goek : ‘Your Home Is in Your Shoes’: Experiences of Irish Return Migration
Niall Whelehan : Irish Migrants, Nationalism and Irish Perceptions of Indigenous People in the Nineteenth Century


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