Preliminary Programme

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Wednesday 24 March 2004 8:30
A-1 LAB24 Working Cooperatives
Room A
Network: Labour Chair: Jaclyn Viskovatoff
Organizers: - Discussant: Juha Siltala
Moderators: -
Lars Hansson : Blood and steel
Nicole Mayer-Ahuja : Entrepreneurial Workers? The Brief Golden Age of 'autonomous labour' in German Internet Companies (1997-2001).
Joan Meyers : Comparing Workplace Democracy and Workplace Identity in Worker-Owned Cooperatives


B-1 FAM01 Main results from national and international databases
Room B
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Tamas Faragó
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Montserrat Carbonell - Esteller : Social economy and demographic change in Barcelona 1750-1850 (Provisional Title)
Hiroshi Kawaguchi : Long Term Trends in Population in Northeastern Japan from the 17th to the 19th Century
Peter Ward : Perinatal Mortality and Social Capital: A Comparative Approach


D-1 ELI01 Merchants Elites in Early Modern Europe
Room D
Network: Elites and forerunners Chair: Yrjö Kaukiainen
Organizers: - Discussant: Yrjö Kaukiainen
Moderators: -
Johan Dambruyne : The corporate middle class: Ghent's sixteenth-century guild masters
Jouko Nurmiainen : Swedish 18th Century Provincial Smalltown Burghers as State Level Political Actors
Koen Wouters : Marriage strategies of urban elites: the case of the sixteenth century Antwerp patriciate


E-1 SEX14 Transgressions of sex and gender in early twentieth century Britain
Room E
Network: Sexuality Chair: Susan Clayton
Organizers: - Discussant: Anne Lopes
Moderators: -
Lucy Bland : Vicious Agents of Miscegenation or Passive Victims of Immoral Aliens? White Women and Inter-racial Narratives in Britain after the Great War
Laura Doan : Conservative Sapphic Modernity
Alison Oram : Stories of Women's Cross-Dressing and Sex Change in the British Popular Press, 1920s-1960


G-1 ECO07 Different trajectories in modern economic growth: Growth strategies and institutional values in the 20th C.
Room G
Network: Economics Chair: Keetie Sluyterman
Organizers: Jan-Pieter Smits, Jeroen Touwen Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Jari Eloranta : The Importance of Democratic Institutions in Determining Central Government Spending, 1870-1938.
Richard Griffiths : Introduction and comments: Theoretical models and aspects of institutions and growth
Camilla Josephson : Economic Policy and Productivity Growth in different Manufacturing Industries in Sweden 1950-1994
Jan-Pieter Smits, Ewout Frankema : The dynamics of non-catching up: Institutional impediments to modern economic growth in the less developed countries during the 20th century
Jeroen Touwen : Welfare state and market economy in the Netherlands and Europe, 1945-2000


H-1 FAM23 Fatherhoods
Room H
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Kirsi Warpula
Organizer: Kirsi Warpula Discussants: Megan Doolittle, Kirsi Warpula
Moderators: -
Thomas Nutt : Absent Fathers: Illegitimacy and paternal responsibility under the Old and New Poor Law, England c.1800-1850
Helen Rogers : ‘“The father’s rights are first in the house”: working women on fathers and fatherhood’
Julie-Marie Strange : 'Speechless with Grief': Bereavement and the working-class father, c. 1880-1914
Cristiana Viegas De Andrade : Paternity and family in eighteenth century Brazil: examining the patriarchal mentality


I-1 CUL16 Preserving Cultural Traditions and Heritage: Ideologies, Policies, Institutions
Room N1 O1
Network: Culture Chair: Nikolai Vukov
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Krassimira Krastanova, Michel Rautenberg : Construction of Place, Re-Interpretation of the Past
Catarina Lundström : The making of local peasant costumes in the 1930th - cultural heritage from a regional gender and power perspective.
Tanja Vahtikari : The perception of an historical city as a World Heritage site: global, national and local concepts, c. 1970-2000


J-1 LAB15 The Determinants of Labour Militancy
Room J
Network: Labour Chair: Juanjo Romero-Marin
Organizers: - Discussant: Rui Manuel Brás
Moderators: -
Peter Birke : Beyond classical trade unionism: worker's movement in West Germany and Denmark between 1967 and 1973
Ralph Darlington : The Agitator Theory of Labour Militancy Re-Examined
Efraim Davidi : Generational Shifts in the Argentinian Labour Movement (1966-1976)
Lars Stubbe : Against the corporative fetishization of labour: reflections on the Mexican insurgencia obrera (workers’ insurgency) (1970-200?)


K-1 HEA04 Institutions / health care
Room K
Network: Health and Environment Chair: John Henderson
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Barry Doyle : A System for a Healthy Town? Competition and Cooperation in Hospital Provision in Middlesbrough, England, 1918-48
John Stewart, Martin Powell & Alysa Levene : Cradle to the Grave: Municipal Medicine in Inter-War England.


L-1 POL01 The History of Political Theory and Political Science
Room L
Networks: , Theory Chair: Georgi Verbeeck
Organizers: - Discussant: Georgi Verbeeck
Moderators: -
Mustafa Cenap Aydin : Between Continental and Anglo-Saxon: Transition of Political Science in Turkey
Kennan Ferguson : James and Bergson: Antifoundationalism in Political Philosophy
Beate Fietze : The Progressive Movement as Historical Generation. On Social Mechanisms of Cultural Change and Reconstruction of Societal Cohesion
Brian Keaney : Hans Morgenthau and the evolution of Realism


N-1 CRI01 Domestic, Capital Punishment & Popular Culture(18th-20th C.)
Room N
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Xavier Rousseaux
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Séverine Auray : Marital violence in Geneva during the Nineteeth Century
Martin Bergman : Murder as a short cut to heaven - popular beliefs, debate and official reactions in Nordic and German states ca 1750-1850
Donald Fyson : Domestic Violence between Men in Quebec and Lower Canada, 1780-1850
Geoffroy Le Clercq : The courts and intra-family violences in the Namurois, 1830-1900
Richard Mc Mahon : Homicide, the courts and popular culture in Ireland 1800-1850


O-1 EDU10 Youth, Culture and Modernity 1
Room O
Network: Education and Childhood Chair: Ning De Coninck-Smith
Organizers: - Discussant: Eva Jeppson Grassman
Moderators: -
Tom Ewing : Constructing Gender in Post-War Soviet Society: Boys and Girls in Single-Sex Schools, 1943-1954
Riyaz N. Massalimov : Youth Movements in Northern Eurasia in the Middle of the 20th Century
Ulrika Norburg : Educating the delinquent boys and citizenship in the welfare state 1920-1945
Rosemarie Schade : Understanding Adolescent Girls in the 1920's: Youth Movement and Psychological Perspectives


P-1 CUL01 Media and Culture
Room P
Network: Culture Chair: Elfie Rembold
Organizers: - Discussant: Elfie Rembold
Moderators: -
Salvador Gómez García : The Spanish society in the broadcasting publicity of the forty
Jyrki Hakapää : National Aims of Book Distribution in the Nineteenth Century Finland
Julio Montero, Javier Cervera Gil : Cinema going in Valencia. Film as a modernising factor (1896-1939)
Orlin Spassov : The Quality Press in Southeast Europe: Historical perspective and contemporary developments


Q-1 RUR08 Agricultural technology
Room R
Network: Rural Chair: Janken Myrdal
Organizers: - Discussant: Janken Myrdal
Moderators: -
Carl-Johan Gadd : Land reclamation 1700-1900 and changes in agricultural technology. The case of Sweden
Per Hallén : Farmers and the domestic iron market
Lanero Táboas : Technicians, trade unionists and politicians: who were directors of agrarian policy in fascist regimes?


S-1 ORA19 Mauthausen Narratives in Eastern and Western Europe Compared
Room T
Network: Oral History Chair: Alexander Von Plato
Organizers: - Discussant: Katarzyna Madon-Mitzner
Moderators: -
Gerhard Botz : Mauthausen camp inmates in a comparative perspective: the 'Mauthausen Survivors Documentation Project'
Irina Scherbakowa : Oh Projekt- Mauthausen Surviver
Frank Stern : Various master naratives of Israeli Mauthausen Survivors


U-1 ETH23 Migration, War and Identity
Room Cie1
Network: Ethnicity and Migration Chair: Karin Hofmeester
Organizers: - Discussant: Karin Hofmeester
Moderators: -
Wirginia Bogatic : Returning to Poland or staying in Sweden? Polish women survivors of the concentration camp Ravensbrueck life as a refugee in 1945
Katerina Capková : Jewish refugees in the Czech lands under the shadow of Swastika
Martin Estvall : On stormy seas - Swedish maritime industry faced with the threat of nazism 1932-1945
Irina Mukhina : Theory of Social Implications of forced migration in a Historical Perspective: special settlements of 1940s in the Soviet Union and the Reassesment of Soviet Germans Ethnic Identity


Y-1 ETH30 Migration in the Interbellum
Y
Networks: Ethnicity and Migration , Labour Chair: Sylvia Hahn
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Lars Amenda : Opium Dens in Western Cities. Drugs, 'Race', and Gender in Europe in the 1920s
Zuzana Polackova : Czech and Slovak Social Democrats in Vienna: Conflict and Solidarity in a Multinational Working -Class Community, 1890-1925
Yair Seltenreich : The enslaved capitalists: the struggle between Hebrew farmers and their benefactors, 1901 - 1941
Sigrid Wadauer : Small traders between sedentariness and mobility.



Wednesday 24 March 2004 10:45
A-2 EDU01 Feeding the hungry children
Room A
Networks: Education and Childhood , Chair: Frank Simon
Organizer: Eva Gullberg Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Bengt Erik Eriksson : Food and Eating in Childrens Literature - Civilizing the Young Body
Eva Gullberg : The Swedish School meal - a Symbol for Welfare
Jenny Johnsson : Natural or pasteurized? The political history of pasteurization in Sweden


B-2 ETH03 Immigrants Claim Making
Room B
Network: Ethnicity and Migration Chair: Boris Slijper
Organizers: - Discussant: Boris Slijper
Moderators: -
Maria Berger, Floris Vermeulen : Turkish Claims-Making in Amsterdam and Berlin
Ruud Koopmans : The political claims making of migrants in the European public space
Debra Minkoff : The Ecology of Racial and Ethnic Claims-Making
Liza Nell : Transnational claimsmaking of Turkish and Surinamese immigrants in the Netherlands


C-2 CUL02 Violence and Culture
Room C
Network: Culture Chair: Elfie Rembold
Organizers: - Discussant: Elfie Rembold
Moderators: -
Sakis Gekas, Malcolm Mclaughlin : Phobic Violence: Anti-Semitic and Race Riots in Comparative Perspective
Kit Good : 'The Violence of Belonging' - Anti-German Riots in England 1914-15
Francisco Segado : Crisis and war in American comics


D-2 HEA01 Eugenics / biopolitics
Room D
Network: Health and Environment Chair: Regina Wecker
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Andres Reggiani : Eugenic Communities: Local Power, International Networks, and the Rise of Racial Hygiene in Argentina, 1930s-1940s.
Marta María Saade Granados : Revolutionary Eugenics: Mexico and its social reforms of applied sciences
Sachlav Stoler-Liss, Shifra Shvarts : 'The medical reasons, as you all know, are highly subjective'. Abortions, Doctors, and the Israeli Nation Building Process


E-2 WOM19 The Politics of Women's Careers
Room E
Network: Women and Gender Chair: Margrith Wilke
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Alessandra Gissi : Between tradition and profession, midwives in Italy during the 1930s
Kirsti Niskanen : The Gender Construction of a Discipline - Karin Kock and the Stockholm School of Economics
Dragana Popovic : Engendering Academia: The Case of Serbia
Anneke Ribberink : Illusion or reality. A closer look at the career of Margaret Thatcher


F-2 GEO02 Ideologies and epidemiological consequences
Room F
Network: Chair: Bernard Harris
Organizers: - Discussant: Bernard Harris
Moderators: -
John Henderson : Plagues, Putrefaction and the Body of the Poor in Early Modern Italy
Paul Laxton : The sanitary regulation of lodging-houses in Victorian cities: preventing disease or policing the lodgers?
Richard Smith : Welfare ideology, the parish and epidemiological consequences in England c. 1650-1800


G-2 ECO01 Luxury Production
Room G
Networks: Economics , Chair: Nikolinka Fertala
Organizer: Salvatore Ciriacono Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Renata Ago : Cultural commodities in late Renaissance Rome
Bruno Blondé : Consumption, Consumer durables and luxury production in the Soutern Netherlands, 17th-18th centuries
Salvatore Ciriacono : Luxury production, consumption and the art market in Early Modern Europe. A Synthesis
Brendan Dooley : Products and Materials in Circulation: Don Giovanni de' Medici as connoisseur and entrepreneur
Fabio Giusberti : The Bolognese veil as luxury product, XVIth- XVIIIth centuries


H-2 FAM02 Premarital Cohabitation
Room H
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux
Organizer: Guy Brunet Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Guy Brunet, Alain Bideau : Pre-marital cohabitation in Lyons (France), XIXth century
Michel Oris, Olivier Perroux, Michel Porret : Marriage and Social Control in 19th Century Geneva
Kari Pitkanen : An Eighteenth Century Boom in Premarital Cohabitation in an Eastern Finnish Parish
Enrique Tandeter : Trial Marriage in the Colonial Andes


I-2 RUR10 The future of European Rural History: approaches and perspectives
Room N1 O1
Network: Rural Chair: Piet van Cruyningen
Organizers: - Discussant: Carl-Johan Gadd
Moderators: -
Marion Leffler : The construction of social memory and history in farm workers' autobiographies in Sweden in the late 1940s
Janken Myrdal : The agricultural history of Sweden
Anton Schuurman : Rural culture between modernisation and globalisation


J-2 MID08 Politics, Diplomacy and Affection: the marriage alliences of the Portuguese Royal Family
Room J
Networks: Middle Ages , Women and Gender Chair: Adelaide Costa
Organizer: Ana Maria S.A. Rodrigues Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Thérèse de Hemptinne : Tereza, Isabel and the others. The Portuguese matrimonial alliances of the counts and countesses of Flanders (1184-1526)
Maria Paula Marçal Lourenço : Marriage alliances, diplomatic strategies and court factions: the retinue and household of D. Maria Sofia de Neuburg
Ana Maria S.A. Rodrigues : "For the Price of my Body” – The Dots and Dowries of Portuguese Medieval Queens and Princesses
Manuela Santos-Silva : Royal marriages policy (XIVth and XVth century)


K-2 NAT01 Education, Citizenship and National Identity
Room K
Network: Chair: Isabela Cabral Félix De Sousa
Organizers: - Discussant: Ton Zwaan
Moderators: -
Rauf Garagozov : Collective Memory Identity and Historical Narratives.
Kati Mikkola : The Folk School System in the Construction of the Finnish Nation 1866-1917
Yvonne Schütze : Russian Jews in Berlin - Migrants with Unusal Educational Carreers


L-2 ORA20 Roundtable: North American Survivors of the Shoah
Room L
Network: Oral History Chair: Gerhard Botz
Organizers: - Discussants: Sara Ghitis, Zepporah Glass
Moderators: -


M-2 ETH24 Old & new European migration
Room M
Network: Ethnicity and Migration Chairs: Karin Maria Schmidlechner, Eric Schneider
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Franck Düvell : Post-modern nomadism and the emergence of a global migration system
Julia Hieber : Immigration and Islam in Europe (Belgium, France and Germany)
Leo Lucassen : The immigrant threat. The integration of old and new migrants in Western Europe 1840-2000
Estela Rodríguez : To come to fortified Europe. Reflections around the European identity


Q-2 REL01 Christian Missionary Studies as a Vehicle for Comparative History
Room R
Network: Religion Chair: Wilhelm Damberg
Organizers: - Discussant: Jean-Francois Mayer
Moderators: -
David Lindenfeld : Indigenous Responses to Christian Missionaries in China and West Africa, 1800-1920: A Comparative Study
Frieder Ludwig : Against 'missionaries of imperialistic ideas' in India and Nigeria
Jewel Spangler : Revolution from the Inside: Class, Politics, and the Rise of Methodism in the Southern U.S.


R-2 ORA02 The Holocaust Survivor's Memories b
Room S
Network: Oral History Chair: Sally Alexander
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Judith Gerson : German Jewish Immigrants, Not German Jewish Survivors
Grigorios Psallidas : 'Heroes' and 'Victims' among the Greek survivors of the Mauthausen Camp


S-2 ELI02 Social Reproduction of Early Modern Elites
Room T
Network: Elites and forerunners Chair: Anu Lahtinen
Organizers: - Discussant: Jaana Gluschkoff
Moderators: -
Markku Kekäläinen : Politeness as an Instrument of Differentiation
Jessica Parland-Von Essen : The Education of the Daughters of the Nobility in the Northern Parts of Europe by the End of the 18th Century
Fredrik Thisner : Redistribution and social reproduction


T-2 SEX02 Nurses, Radicals, Doctors
Room U
Network: Sexuality Chair: Lutz Sauerteig
Organizers: - Discussant: Natalia Gerodetti
Moderators: -
Hera Cook : 'Friction under emotional circumstances' ? Dr Joan Malleson and interpretations of female sexuality among English women in the birth control movement
Lesley Hall : 'A survival... of stoning, branding, mutilation'
Caroline Walker : Sisters of Mercy: reconsidering the role of nursing staff in Marie Stopes' Mothers' Clinics, 1921-1939


U-2 WOM06 De-centralising Women's History: Women and Politics in Partitioned Poland
Room Cie1
Network: Women and Gender Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussant: Francisca De Haan
Moderators: -
Dominika Gruziel : The Role of Catholicism in the Development of Polish Women's Activism, 1863-1918
Dietlind Hüchtker : Emancipating oneself by emancipating others. Women's politics in Galicia at the end of the nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth century
Natali Stegmann : Patterns of Feminist Organisations in Partitioned Poland


V-2 SOC05 Roundtable: Measures of skill, status and class in an international perspective
Room Cie2
Network: Social Inequality Chair: Marco Van Leeuwen
Organizers: - Discussants: Mats Hayen, Ineke Maas, Marco Van Leeuwen
Moderators: -


W-2 THE02 Realism, Anti-Realism, Irrealism
Room A2
Network: Theory Chair: Chris Lorenz
Organizers: - Discussant: Alun Munslow
Moderators: -
Wulf Kansteiner : Vicarious Suffering in Theory and Practice: The Rise of the Holocaust Trauma Metaphor in Philosophy, Literary Criticism, and Psychotherapy
Paul Roth : Changing the Past
Karsten Stueber : Classics in History and the Question of Historical Antirealism


X-2 LAB05 Horse-Racing, Gambling and the Working Class I
X
Network: Labour Chair: Mats Greiff
Organizer: Mats Greiff Discussant: Tomas Peterson
Moderators: -
Sara Berglund : Economisation and professionalisation in harness racing
Joakim Tranquist : Horse Racing as a Popular Movement


Y-2 GEO01 Mobility and Irish Identities I
Y
Network: Chair: David Lambert
Organizer: David Featherstone Discussant: David Lambert
Moderators: -
David Featherstone : Irish/ Atlantic Networks and the Spaces of Politics of the London Corresponding Society
William Jenkins : Social mobility and identity formation: geographies of the 'lace-curtain' Irish in Buffalo, New York, 1880-1910
Mark Quintanilla : The Keanes of Ireland, the West Indies, and England: The Making of a Transatlantic Family



Wednesday 24 March 2004 14:15
A-3 ORA05 The Holocaust: Transgenerational Memories
Room A
Network: Oral History Chair: Brigitte Halbmayr
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Kobi Kabalek : Narrating the layers of remembrance: Young Germans and the Nazi period
Judith Schuyf : Dead, alive, survive. Histories from Neuengamme concentration camp.
Arlene Stein : Generational Memory-Work and the Holocaust
Andrea Strutz, Manfred Lechner : Austrian jewish refugees and their grandchildren. The Transformation of memories and narratives.


B-3 LAB03 Comparative Perspective on Women's Labor Force Participation in the 20th Century
Room B
Network: Labour Chair: Christine Collette
Organizers: - Discussant: Christine Collette
Moderators: -
Patricia Grimshaw, Shurlee Swain : Constructing the working mother: Australian perspectives, 1920 to 1970
Evan Roberts : Married Women's Labor Force Participation in the United States, 1917-1940
Karin Maria Schmidlechner : Women and Work in Austria after World War II: The Re-Construction of Gender Roles
Hannelore Vandebroek : Belgian catholic intellectuals talk about women's work, 1945-1970.


C-3 LAB28 Horse-Racing, Gambling and the Working Class II
Room C
Network: Labour Chair: Sara Berglund
Organizers: - Discussant: Ann-Catrin Östman
Moderators: -
Mats Greiff : Social relations and culture within Harness Racing in Sweden
Susanna Hedenborg : Horseracing and gender
Emmanuel Roudaut : 'The notorious Sam Grundy himself': the 'bookie' in words and in pictures


D-3 HEA02 State & Health
Room D
Network: Health and Environment Chair: Marie Nelson
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Ida Blom : From Reglementation to Welfare Policies - Preventing Venereal Diseases 1890 - 1960 : A Scandinavian Perspective
Vera Hierholzer : Industrialisation and its impact on food quality
Aleck Ostry : The Beginning of Nutrition Policy in Canada in the 1920s
Paul Palecek, Drahomir Suchanek : Transforming the National Health Care after WWII: Czechoslovak Case/Class and Health
Enrique Perdiguero-Gil, Rosa Ballester & Rafael Ballester & Ramón Castejón : Films in institutional health education in Spain at the beginning of the XX Century


E-3 MID01 State formation, National Identity and Social History: the late Medieval Low Countries Compared I
Room E
Network: Middle Ages Chair: Peter Stabel
Organizer: Robert Stein Discussant: Peter Stabel
Moderators: -
Sjoerd Bijker : The development of the nation in Brabant in the late Middle Ages
Aart Noordzij : State and Nation in Guelders in the late Middle Ages
Robert Stein : An introduction, late medieval states and nations in a historiographical perspective


G-3 RUR03 European peasants and war
Room G
Network: Rural Chair: Piet van Cruyningen
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Ida Bull : Peasants and war -consequences of war in the Trøndelag region 1657-1718.
Lourenzo Fernández-Prieto, Miguel Cabo Villaverde : The rural rearguard: the Galician peasantry during the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939).
Ernst Langthaler : Forced labour in German agriculture, 1939-1945
Rosa Lluch-Bramon : The peasant Remensa wars in Girona (Catalonia, Spain), 1462-1486
Beryl Nicholson : The front line in someone elses war: Mallakastër, Albania, under Austro-Hungarian occupation, 1916-1918


H-3 FAM03 Family formation and failure? England 1400-1750
Room H
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Sheila Cooper
Organizers: - Discussant: Sölvi Sogner
Moderators: -
Amanda Capern : Women, Wealth and Family in Lincolnshire 1550-1750
Philippa Maddern : 'The ever-changing family'; effects of life-cycle and social context


I-3 GEO11 Mobility and Irish Identities II
Room N1 O1
Network: Chair: David Lambert
Organizers: - Discussant: David Lambert
Moderators: -
Gerry Kearns : The diplomacy of diasporic resistance: Fenians, Land Leaguers and Socialists in Ireland, Britain and North America
Denis Linehan : 'What if an Airship was to find itself over Cork Harbour ?': Ireland, Security and the Nerves of Empire
John Morrissey : Inactive Geographies of Memory: Forgetting Ireland's Involvement in the British Army


J-3 POL16 Middle Class in Scandinavia from the late 19th Century to the Present Day
Room J
Networks: , Social Inequality Chair: Susan Thorne
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Jussi Koivuniemi : Social Order in the Factory Community of Nokia 1870-1939: preserving Bourgeoisie Supremacy.
Kai Hendrik Patri : Political Culture and Economic Interests: The Bourgeois Parties in Finland in the Inter-War Period
Jyrki Smolander : The Finnish and The Swedish Right Wing Parties, the Middle Class and the Development of the Welfare State after the Second World War
Vesa Vares : The Sense of Duty. The Goals and Values of the Finnish Middle Estate from the late 19th Century to 1918


K-3 CRI13 Crime and the Media in Historical Perspective I
Room K
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Haia Shpayer-Makov
Organizers: Clive Emsley, Haia Shpayer-Makov Discussant: Clive Emsley
Moderators: -
Petula Iu : Failed Masculinity and Criminal Culpability: Sexuality and Criminality in the Leopold-Loeb (1924) and Hickman (1927) Kidnap-Murder Cases
Wilbur Miller : 'Police' Columns in Mid 19th Century New York and London Newspapers: Court Reporting as Literature
Judith Rowbotham : Reporting Reputations: Crime and the Law in the English Press in the Fin de Siecle
Martin Wiener : Public 'Judgement' of Murder Defendants in 19th Century Britain and the Empire


M-3 FAM33 Endogamy and partnerchoice in comparative perspective I
Room M
Networks: Family and Demography , Social Inequality Chair: Marco Van Leeuwen
Organizers: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux, Marco Van Leeuwen Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Martin Dribe, Martin Dribe & Christer Lundh : Finding a Partner: Mate Selection in Southern Sweden 1766-1895
Luigi Lorenzetti, Reto Schumacher : Endogamy in urban context. Evidences from Swiss towns, 1850-1910
Gilbert Ritschard, Grazyna Ryczkowska : Endogamy - Community. Inter-generational mobility in 19th century Geneva
Bart van de Putte, Andrew Miles : Endogamy according to social origin in 19th century Flanders and England


N-3 ETH22 Migration and Turkey
Room N
Network: Ethnicity and Migration Chair: Gamze Avci
Organizers: - Discussant: Gamze Avci
Moderators: -
Didem Daniska : Iraqi Transit Migrants in Istanbul: The Construction of Social Networks and Transnationalism
Sibel Kalaycioglu : Intergenerational Changes in the Patterns of Integration and Survival Strategies of Migrants
Helga Rittersberger-Tilic, Ulas Sunata : Brain-Drain From Turkey: The Case of IT specialists.
Bediz Yilmaz : Coping with the Metropolis: Migration and poverty in an inner-city slum of Istanbul


O-3 LAB01 Workers in Economic Crises: Problems and Prospects
Room O
Network: Labour Chair: William Kenefick
Organizer: Peter Archibald Discussant: Carrie Lane Chet
Moderators: -
Peter Archibald : Looking for the Silver Lining: Hamilton workers' successes in the 1930s and recent recessions
Meg Luxton : Getting By in Hard Times: The Challenges of Neo-liberalism in Canada, 1980-2000
Stephan Vanfraechem : Dockers' solidarity and inter-port competition: incompatible ?


P-3 LAT02 Public Health and State Formation in Latin America
Room P
Network: Latin America Chair: Michiel Baud
Organizer: Kim Clark Discussant: Katherine Bliss
Moderators: -
David Abernathy : 'A novel problem': Territoriality, public health and the preservation of order in the Panama Canal Zone
Ann Blum : Medicine and Motherhood: Infant Feeding in Mexican Public Welfare, 1898-1910
Kim Clark : Female Public Health Workers and the Tensions of Ecuadorian State Formation, 1930-1950.
Paulo Drinot : Syphilis, state formation, and public health in early twentieth-century Peru


Q-3 AFR01 Colonialism & African Identity
Room R
Network: Africa Chair: Tundé Zack-Williams
Organizers: - Discussant: Tundé Zack-Williams
Moderators: -
Peter Jones : De-Ethnicising the Colonial Legacy: Primary education Reform in Tanzania 1961-1982e
Atieno Odhiambo, David William Cohen : The Social Histories of Africa
Jana Scholze, Thorsten Hinz : Our vague identity


R-3 ANT01 Comparative approaches to the study of ancient and pre-modern states
Room S
Network: Antiquity Chair: Neville Morley
Organizer: Walter Scheidel Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Peter Fibiger Bang : Segmentary empire: Mughals and Romans compared
Khaled Hakami : Kinship and Evolution: Roman and Irish Society Compared
Joe Manning : The “hydraulic” state, social power and state formation: Egypt and China, and the contraction of the Wittfogel thesis
Walter Scheidel : Coercion, capital, and ancient Mediterranean states: expanding the Tilly thesis


T-3 ORA03 The Impact of National Socialism on the Construction of Identities in Various Generations
Room U
Network: Oral History Chair: Helga Amesberger
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Gabriele Anderl : Adopted children and foster children in the context of Nazi-persecution: Psychological problems and questions of identity.
Helga Embacher : Philosemitism and the 'New Antisemitism' as a phenomenon of th second generation
Ela Hornung : Denunciation. Political processes in oral sources


U-3 SOC02 Eternal salvation, self-interest and charity: visions of public welfare over the longue duree
Room Cie1
Network: Social Inequality Chair: Lynn Lees
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Frank Hirtz : Eternal salvation, self-interest and charity: the shifting frontiers between private and public over the longue duree


W-3 SEX03 Historiography and concepts of homosexuality
Room A2
Network: Sexuality Chair: Ning De Coninck-Smith
Organizers: - Discussant: Jens Rydström
Moderators: -
Edgar J. Bauer : Sexual Critique and Social Revolution: On Guy Hocquenghem's Assessment of Magnus Hirschfeld's 'Zwischenstufenlehre'
Susan Clayton : Straight from Discourse's Mouth. Same-sex relationships in British and French Dictionaries
Anne Lopes : Sexualities After Foucault: Inside Feminist Historiography


X-3 FAM07 Dowries in Europe: The Long Run
X
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Christopher H. Johnson
Organizer: David Warren Sabean Discussant: Heide Wunder
Moderators: -
Bernard Derouet : Dowry: Sharing Inheritance or Exclusion? Timing, Destination, and Contents of Transmission in Late Medieval and Early Modern France
Anke Hufschmidt : Marriage Portion, Dowry, and Personal Money: Marriage and the Transmission
Allan Tulchin : Inheritance and Property Relations in Nimes in the Sixteenth Century


Y-3 FAM24 Marriage and family patterns in Europe
Y
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Rolf Gehrmann
Organizer: Rolf Gehrmann Discussant: Rolf Gehrmann
Moderators: -
Renzo Derosas : Reproductive behavior in an urban population (Venice 1850-1950): a micro-analytic approach to the study of fertility transition
Julie Marfany : Age at marriage and marriage strategies in Catalonia, 1680-1829
Mikolaj Szoltysek : On the margins of Northwest Europe? Household, family and property in an Upper Silesian parish (18th century)



Wednesday 24 March 2004 16:30
A-4 CRI14 Crime and the Media in Historical Perspective II Film clips will be shown during the session.
Room A
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Haia Shpayer-Makov
Organizers: Clive Emsley, Haia Shpayer-Makov Discussant: Clive Emsley
Moderators: -
James Chapman : 'Sordidness, violence and corruption unrelieved': Critical and official responses to the postwar British crime film
John Drabble : 'A constructive, systematic, coordinated and total effort:' The FBI's Media Campaign against the KKK, 1964-1971


B-4 LAT08 U.S. Influence and Intervention: Comparative Cases
Room B
Networks: Latin America , Chair: Michiel Baud
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Matt Byrne : The war on drugs in Colombia: Its effects on internal displacement
Michael Gonzales : United States capital and foreign policy and the Mexican Revolutionary process , l9l0-1940
Edward Odisho, Edward Odisho : An Ethnic Remapping of Iraq: Promoting Democracy Through Force Projection


C-4 LAB02 Class, Gender and Ethnicity Re-defined. International Experiences from the low-skil service sector.
Room C
Networks: Ethnicity and Migration , Labour , Chair: Claudia Gather
Organizer: Nicole Mayer-Ahuja Discussant: Nicole Mayer-Ahuja
Moderators: -
Eileen Boris : Re-Valuing Care: Recognizing Home Support Providers as Workers
Helma Lutz : Life inter-stices. Illegalised Migrant Domestic Workers in Germany
Ratna Saptari : Domestic Service within the Nation-State: Ethniciy,Class and Gender in Two Indonesian Cities, 1930s - the Present


D-4 ETH02 Connecting Multiple Itineraries (Theme session)
Room D
Network: Ethnicity and Migration Chair: Leslie Page Moch
Organizers: - Discussant: Leslie Page Moch
Moderators: -
Tobias Brinkmann : Migration and 'Metropolis': Migrants and Berlin during the 1920s
Pat Manning : Transatlantic Slave Trade: A Migratory System in Comparative Perspective
Annemarie Steidl : Relations between Internal, Continental and Transatlantic Migration in Late Imperial Austria
Joe Trotter : Race, Migration, and the Industrial City: Comparative Perspectives on US History


E-4 MID02 State Formation, National Identity and Social History: the late Medieval Low Countries compared part II
Room E
Network: Middle Ages Chair: Peter Stabel
Organizer: Robert Stein Discussant: Peter Stabel
Moderators: -
Hans Cools : For the defence of city and county and for the honour of the emperor. Local identities and monarchical sentiments in the Habsburg Low Countries, 1477-1559
Raymond Fagel : State, nation, and identity: a comparison between Spain and the Low Countries (16th century)
Tim Soens : Difference and indifference. Local administration facing the rise of a central state in late medieval Flanders


F-4 LAB06 National Gendered working time regimes in a comparative perspective
Room F
Network: Labour Chair: Heiner Dribbusch
Organizer: Inger Jonsson Discussant: Jacqueline O'Reilly
Moderators: -
Joa Bergold : In the interest of home and society: part-time work, the state and public discourse in Sweden 1938-1980
Jeanne Fagnani : Working Time and Family Life: the impact of the 35 hour laws on the balance between work and family life in France
Inger Jonsson : Part-time employment in Swedish Retail Trade: A gender perspective on the development of working time patterns


G-4 ECO03 The Management of Economic Crisis
Room G
Network: Economics Chair: Ulf Christian Ewert
Organizer: Ulf Christian Ewert Discussant: James Dunlevy
Moderators: -
Iris Borowy : The World Economic Crisis: a Health Concern?
Alexander Engel : Price fluctuations, adaptation crises and changing patterns of behaviour in colonial commodities markets of the 18th and 19th centuries
Jürgen Nautz : : The influence of political culture on the management of economic crises. A comparison between Austria, Hungary, Sweden (and Germany).
Elke Viebrock : Unemployment policy in Great Britain and Sweden in the interwar years


H-4 FAM34 Endogamy and partnerchoice in comparative perspective II
Room H
Networks: Family and Demography , Social Inequality Chair: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux
Organizers: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux, Marco Van Leeuwen Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Ki-Soo Eun : Who Married Whom? An Analysis of Marriage Network by Social Status in Jeju Island in the 19th Century Korea
Ólöf Garðarsdóttir : Emergence of a Nordic Marriage Pattern during the late 19th century?
Ineke Maas, Jean Piere Pelisier, Daniele Rebaudo & Marco van Leeuwen : Social mobility in France.
Muriel Neven, Michel Oris : Social control and marital endogamy in town and countryside. The 19th century Eastern Belgium experience


I-4 SEX06 Sex and Pedagogy
Room N1 O1
Network: Sexuality Chair: Jens Rydström
Organizers: - Discussant: Lesley Hall
Moderators: -
Roger Davidson : 'This Thorniest of Problems': School Sex Education Policy in Scotland 1930-80
Ning De Coninck-Smith : Child Talk and Parental Fear. Indecency in Danish Elementary Schools 1900-1970
Lutz Sauerteig : S'Sex Education Literature and Doing Gender, 1960s-1970s


J-4 ORA04 Sexual Violence under National Socialism and its Ideological Intersections
Room J
Network: Oral History Chair: Ela Hornung
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Helga Amesberger, Katrin Auer : Sexualised Violence and Its Ideological Intersections
Brigitte Halbmayr : Communication – Power - Gender: Differences in talking about sexualised violence within interviews of male and female survivors of Nazi-concentration camps.
Éva Kovács, Júlia Vajda : Abused Past - Broken Future: Sterilized Women's Narratives on the Shoah
Christa Schikorra : Prostitution as Forced Labor. In the Case of Prisoners at the Women's Concentration Camp Ravensbrueck
Christl Wickert : Taboo subject camp brothel: on the treatment of an awkward topic


K-4 FAM31 Quantitative approach of social and family networks I
Room K
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Vincent Gourdon
Organizers: - Discussant: Vincent Gourdon
Moderators: -
Cyril Grange, Luc Arrondel : The Parisian Jewish Upperclass and its networks (1870-1940)
Matteo Manfredini, Mario Breschi & Lucia Pozzi : Kin network and demographic outcomes (Italy, 19th Century)
Frans van Poppel, Marloes Schoonheim : Measuring cultural differences betwen religions with network data. An example based on 19th-century Dutch marriage certificates


L-4 CUL17 Symbolic Geography and Shifting Images of Otherness
Room L
Network: Culture Chair: Kristine Wirts
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Laimonas Briedis : Between geopolitical and eschatological: topographies of the Vilnius dead
Belkıs (ayhan) Tarhan : Different Renderings of 'other' Geographies: A Turkish Case
Matthias Urs Zachmann : Scaling the Walls of Asia Binary: Liberal Internationalists in Late Meiji Japan


M-4 CUL20 Shaping Identities in Early Modern Europe
Room M
Network: Culture Chair: Wolfgang Kaiser
Organizer: Silvia Evangelisti Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Patricia Allerston : Reinventing Oneself in the Big City: Neophytes in the Crafts of Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Venice
Silvia Evangelisti : From Perfect Wife to Bride of Christ: Gender and Identity Change in Early Modern Italy
Valentin Groebner : Papers, Seals, Distinguishing Signs. Making Passports in Renaissance Europe


N-4 WOM08 Telling Family Stories: Doing Biography Across Generations
Room N
Network: Women and Gender Chair: Ruth Roach Pierson
Organizers: C. Lesley Biggs, Helen J. Breslauer Discussants: -
Moderators: -
C. Lesley Biggs : Outside The Archive, Inside Memory: Constructing Family History
Helen J. Breslauer : Dr. Frieda Nora Heilberg: Economist, Social Worker, and Activist
Joaquin Kuhn : Elise (Frau Geheimrat) Paasche and her daughter-in-law Ellen Witting Paasche
Gottfried Paasche : The Three 'von Hammerstein Sisters': Time, Gender, and Biography


O-4 NAT02 Cooperatives and Nation Building in East Central Europe (19th and 20th century)
Room O
Network: Chair: Rita Aldenhoff-Hübinger
Organizer: Torsten Lorenz Discussants: Rita Aldenhoff-Hübinger, Zofia Krystyna Chyra - Rolicz, Attila Gabor Hunyadi
Moderators: -
Catherine Albrecht : Nationalism in the Cooperative Movement in Bohemia, 1880-1914
Roman Holec : Cooperatives in Slovakia From Hungarian Rule to the Czecho-Slovak Republic
Anu-Mai Köll : Cooperatives as part of the national movement in the Baltic countries
Torsten Lorenz : Cooperatives in the Nationality Struggle in the Prussian Eastern Provinces, 1860-1914


P-4 ELI03 Cultural Networks of 17th and 18th Century Elites
Room P
Network: Elites and forerunners Chair: Doina Pasca Harsanyi
Organizers: - Discussant: Doina Pasca Harsanyi
Moderators: -
Päivi Maria Pihlaja : Scientific Elites in the 18th Century Europe
Willemijn Ruberg : Letter writing forming an elite identity - Dutch correspondence 1750-1850
Sofia Valdez : The 3rd Count of Ribeira Grande: a case study
Charlotta Wolff : The Swedish nobility and France of the Enlightenment


Q-4 SOC06 Poor laws and the poor
Room R
Network: Social Inequality Chair: Lynn Lees
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Elisabeth Engberg : Perceptions of poverty. Fiscal poverty and poor relief in a rural context in 19th century northern Sweden
Elizabeth Tereza Hurren : Late-Victorian Alder Heys? The Traffic in Pauper Cadavers by English Anatomists under the late-Victorian Poor Law, 1870-1914.
Pete King : The Poor, the Law and the Poor Law: The Summary courts and pauper strategies in 18th and 19th C. England


R-4 TEC01 European Cities
Room S
Networks: Technology , Urban Chair: Dick Van Lente
Organizer: Cornelis Disco Discussant: Dick Van Lente
Moderators: -
Hans Buiter : The transformation of the street: specialisation, segregation and conjoined networks and systems. Dutch streets and European examples, 1870-1970
Cornelis Disco : Partners in Prosperity, Partners in Crime: Cities on the Rhine 1850-1990.
Barbara Schmucki : Engineering the Traffic Flow. Urban Transport Planning as European Phenomenon or Buchanan was everywhere
Dieter Schott : Empowering Cities: The incorporation of gas and electricity in the European urban environment 1890-1950


S-4 ETH01 Africans in Europe
Room T
Network: Ethnicity and Migration Chair: Dirk Hoerder
Organizers: - Discussant: Panikos Panayi
Moderators: -
Jacqueline Andall : A New Era of Migration? Ghanaian Migrant Workers in Italy
Lorna Chessum : Leaving Europe again for the Caribbean
Dennis Cordell, Carolyn F. Sargent : Colonial Pasts to Post Colonial Presents: Malians in France since the Nineteenth Century
Annemarie Cottaar : The health care shortages in the Netherlands and the recruitment of Surinamese women (1945-2001)
James Winders : African Musicians at the Crossroads of Contemporary Parisian Culture and Society


T-4 FAM13 Round table: Sex and marriage, past and present
Room U
Networks: Family and Demography , Sexuality Chair: Simon Szreter
Organizer: Simon Szreter Discussants: Hera Cook, Pat Thane
Moderators: -


U-4 CUL04 The Concept of National Culture and its Constructions: Case Studies
Room Cie1
Network: Culture Chair: Mariano Pavanello
Organizers: - Discussant: Mariano Pavanello
Moderators: -
Eugenia Afinoguenova : A Nation on Display: Public Art Museums and Identity in Spain, 1809-1872.
Gerald Gaillard, Jacques Lemière : The construction of national culture : The case of Guinea-Bissau
Philipp Ther : Operas and Nation Building in Central and Eastern Europe in the 19th Century


V-4 LAB04 Labour Internationalism
Room Cie2
Network: Labour Chair: James Miller
Organizers: - Discussant: Susan Pennybacker
Moderators: -
Bent Boel : Western European Socialists and Dissidents in Eastern Europe
John Boughton : Michael Ross: Labour Internationalist
Piet Hoekman, Jannes Houkes : Internationalism in the Early Dutch Labour Movement
Aoife Ní Lochlainn : Organisational Interests - British-based unions in Ireland 1922-1960


W-4 THE07 Unity and Diversity in the writing of history
Room A2
Network: Theory Chair: Wulf Kansteiner
Organizers: - Discussant: Wulf Kansteiner
Moderators: -
Sirkka Ahonen : The moral shaping of collective memory
Georg Christoph Berger Waldenegg : National Mentalities and Historians
Gulie Neeman-Arad : Bystanders to Genocide. A methodological and Historiographical Challenge.
Hendrik Paul : Against Reductionism in Philosophy of History: Hypotheses on Unity and Diversity in the Writing of History


X-4 POL03 The History of Stalinism
X
Network: Chair: André Gerrits
Organizers: - Discussant: André Gerrits
Moderators: -
David Priestland : Stalinism, Ideology and Romantic Bolshevism
Andreas Umland : Stalinism as a Right-Wing Ideology
Erik Van Ree : On whose shoulders did Stalin stand? Radical Nationalism of the Radical Left, 1789-1917


Y-4 FAM25 Servants and children. The role of domestic personnel in upbringing and education of master's children (16th-21st century) I
Y
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Leonore Davidoff
Organizer: Raffaella Sarti Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Sheila Cooper : Servants as Educators in Early-Modern England
Malgorzata Kamecka : Educating and passing knowledge: the role of the private tutorsin the formation of Polish noble young people in the 16th-18th centuries.
Raffaella Sarti : Servants and children in historical perspective


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