Preliminary Programme

Showing: Tuesday 26 February 2008 (entire day)
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Tuesday 26 February 2008 14.15
A-1 POL02 European Citizenship and Civil Society I
Cave A
Network: Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Anne van Wageningen
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Oonagh Breen : European Regulation of Charitable Organisations in the Twenty-First Century: The path less taken?
Annette Schrauwen : EU citizenship, free movement and solidarity
Lia Versteegh : The European Citizen: a Brick Stone to European Integration

B-1 ELI01 The academe as an elite arena I: Early Modern Period to First World War
Cave B
Networks: Elites and forerunners , Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Robert Anderson
Organizer: Marja Jalava Discussant: Robert Anderson
Laurence Brockliss, Michael Moss : Advancing with the Army, the formation of the professional elite
Daniel Flueckiger : Elite transformation and Democratization
Jan Eivind Myhre : The Cradle of Elites - the University of Oslo in the 19th Century
László Szögi : The Hungarian University and Academical System as Cultural Mediator in Eastern Europe in the 18th-19th Centuries

C-1 RUR01 Changing the rural in the Early Modern Period
Cave C
Network: Rural Chair: Anton Schuurman
Organizers: - Discussant: Anton Schuurman
Gareth Austin : Moneylending and Witchcraft: The Moral Economy of Accumulation in Colonial Asante (Ghana)
Isabelle Devos : Environment, health and rural welfare in Flanders, 1700-1850
Per Hallén : Standard of living of farmers and rural workers in Sweden 1750-1900.
Clif Hubby : Violence and Local Society in Late Medieval Bavaria: A Look at the Evidence
Reinoud Vermoesen : Rural commercialisation of Inner Flanders (17th-18th century)

D-1 WOM11 Gender and Modernization in Balkan Societies
Cave D
Network: Women and Gender Chair: Berteke M.L. Waaldijk
Organizers: - Discussant: Berteke M.L. Waaldijk
Serpil Cakir : Women's Movement in Turkey: Historical Process and Changing Paradigms
Krassimira Daskalova : Women within the "communication circuit" in Modern Bulgaria (1878-1944)
Dubravka Stojanovic : Misogyny as Modernization? The Case of Belgrade Vaudvilles 1890-1914
Polly Thanailaki : The role of women's press in the shaping of female model in the 19th century Greek society

E-1 ELI14 Mobilities, integration and formalisation of social relationships in the urban context
Cave E
Networks: Elites and forerunners , Family and Demography Chair: Kari-Matti Piilahti
Organizer: Vincent Gourdon Discussant: François-Joseph Ruggiu
Guido Alfani : Immigrants and formalisation of social ties in Ivrea. XVIth-XVIIth Centuries
Etienne Couriol : How urban newcomers use spiritual kinships : Lyons in the seventeenth and the eighteenth centuries
Antonio Irigoyen : Clergy as migrant receiver in Early Modern Spain
Stéphane Minvielle : Formalisation of social relationships in urban context : The integration of migrants in 18th century Bordeaux

F-1 AFR05 Knowledge, Health and Utilities in colonial and Post-colonial Africa
Sala Leite de Vasconcelos
Network: Africa Chair: E. Ike Udogu
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Anna Bohman : Framing the Water Challenge - Institutional Change within the Ghanaian Water Supply and Sanitation Sector 1957 - 2005
Markku Hokkanen : Reflections of microscopic gaze – tensions in colonial imaginations in Central Africa
Ana Roque : Knowledge and use of medical herbs and plants in the central Coast of Mozambique in the late 19th century. Contribution for a better understanding of the present day situation
Tundé Zack-Williams : African Leadership, Nation State and the Weberian Project

G-1 HEA01 Recent Public Health I: Research and Strategies
Amphitheatre 2
Network: Health and Environment Chair: Signild Vallgårda
Organizers: Virginia Berridge, Signild Vallgårda Discussant: Virginia Berridge
Luc Berlivet : In the shadow of biomedicine. The transformation of public health research in France, 1941-1978
Ivana Dobrivojevic Tomic : Health and Hygiene Situation in Yugoslavia 1945 - 1955
Alex Mold : Health Consumerism and Public Health in Britain Since the 1960s: The Role of Patient Consumer Groups
Sabine Schleiermacher : The Impact on Public Health of Return Medical Refugees in the Eastern Part of Germany after World War II
Sigrid Stoeckel : The Individual: the medical viewpoint versus the public health perspective in post-war Western Germany and Great Britain

I-1 URB01 Urban Description and Urban Form (Portugal, 1800-1950)
Room 2.1
Network: Urban Chair: Magda Pinheiro
Organizers: - Discussant: Magda Pinheiro
Paula Raquel Ferreira : The city of scholars
Nuno Pinheiro : Lisbon in films and photos
Conceição Tiago : The urban frontiers
Maria João Vaz : Unsecured places and disorder
Frédéric Vidal : Lisbon in city directory and city guide at 19th

J-1 CUL01 Dynamic Reconstruction of the Past in Societies of Transition
Room 3.1
Network: Culture Chair: Nikolai Vukov
Organizers: Miglena Ivanova, Nikolai Vukov Discussant: Nikolai Vukov
Miglena Ivanova : Inscribing Global Identities into the Urban Space. Recent Bulgarian Graffiti Writers and their Identity Construction
Marusa Pusnik : Mediating Communism: Slovenian Media Coverage of the Recent Past and Historical Reprogramming
Sylvia Stancheva : (Re)presenting History in Museums in post-socialist Bulgaria

L-1 POL01 Postwar Europe
Room 5.1
Network: Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Ido de Haan
Organizers: - Discussant: Ido de Haan
Sophie Bollen : Unworthy to Serve the Nation. The professional purge of the government administration after Word War II in Belgium.
Maria Kyriakidou, Sotiris Themistokleous : The ‘invisible’ resistance and the long road to democratization in post-war Greece
Russel Lemmons : “Fight like Thälmann:” The April 1986 Dedication of the Ernst Thälmann Memorial,Political Memory and Legitimacy in the German Democratic Republic
Diogo Moreira, José Reis Santos & José Tavares Castilho : Parliamentary Elites and Political Regime: Theoretical Implications of the Portuguese Case
Liesbeth van de Grift : From Fascism to Communism – The ‘purificaton’ of the security apparatus in Romania (1944-1948)

M-1 WOR01 World Regions in Transnational Perspective
Room 5.2
Network: World History Chair: Katja Naumann
Organizers: - Discussant: Katja Naumann
Jan-Frederik Abbeloos : Whose multinational? The relationship between British and Belgian national interests in the Union Minière du Haut-Katanga (1906-1925).
Maria Hidvegi : Marketing strategies and economic nationalism in the interwar years
Sarah Lemmen : Czechs in the world: National representations and global encounters, 1890-1938
Mathias Mesenhoeller : Poland and the Polish Diaspora Communities in the 20th century

N-1 FAM0I Construction of Blood I: Kinship Discourses from the Middle Ages to the Baroque, Part 1: Cultural Methaphors of Incorporation
Room 6.1
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Simon Teuscher
Organizer: David Warren Sabean Discussant: Gérard Delille
Anita Guerreau-Jalabert : Flesh and Incorporation in Medieval Texts
Max S. Hering Torres : "Purity of Blood" in Early Modern Spain
Bernhard Jussen : Considerations on the semantics of sanguis and consanguinitas in the Middle Ages
David Warren Sabean : Theological and literary discourses of blood in Baroque Culture

O-1 ETH10 Emigration, Flight and Expulsion - Multiple Reasons and Settings of Migration around World War II
Room 7.1
Network: Ethnicity and Migration Chair: Heinrich Berger
Organizers: - Discussant: Johannes-Dieter Steinert
Traude Bollauf : Escape from Nazi–Austria and Germany to England through a Domestic Permit
Siegfried Mattl : Migration and community-building in Vienna after 1945
Barbara Stelzl-Marx : Stalin's long arm: Soviet forced labourerers in the "Third Reich" and their fate after 1945
Andrea Strutz : Labour migration from Austria to Canada after World War II

P-1 CRI01 Military Justice
Room 8.1
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: René Lévy
Organizer: René Lévy Discussant: René Lévy
Guillaume Baclin : "Unpatriotics " facing military jurisdictions. Belgian military justice at the end of World War One (1918-1919)
Bob Lilly, Bobbie Ticknor & Brandy Girton : Murder in the Military: US Soldiers in the European Theater of Operations, WW II
Stephen Miller : "Duty or Crime?: Defining Acceptable Behavior in the British Army in South Africa, 1899-1902"

Q-1 LAB27 Gender and Labour
Amphitheatre 3
Network: Labour Chair: Elise van Nederveen Meerkerk
Organizers: - Discussant: Elise van Nederveen Meerkerk
Christine Collette : 'The Newer Eve': women, feminists and the Labour Party
Carles Enrech : Gender and textile trade unionism in Spain (1840-1923)
Jordi Ibarz : The sexual division of work in the glass industry in Spain (1884-1931)

S-1 ANT05 Social Order in Antiquity
Instituto de Arte
Network: Antiquity Chair: Nicholas Fisher
Organizers: - Discussant: Nicholas Fisher
Natalie Angel : Beyond the Pale: Lower Class Women in Ancient Roman Society
António Joaquim Ramos Dos Santos : 'Social Order in Ancient Babylonia
Hans Van Wees : 'Social (dis)order in archaic Greece'.

T-1 THE07 Ways of Constructing the Other in Norway - past and present
Room 9
Network: Theory Chair: Claudia Lenz
Organizers: - Discussant: Claudia Lenz
Cora Alexa Døving : when your group becomes your destiny - stereotypes and identity politics
Øivind Kopperud : “He didn’t mean to harm any good Norwegian” – the acquittal of Knut Rød, one of the organisers of the Norwegian Jew’s deportation to Auschwitz
Irene Levin : Norwegian Jews being "the others" of the Nation?

U-1 EDU11 Gender and professionalism in teaching
Networks: Education and Childhood , Women and Gender Chair: Frank Simon
Organizers: - Discussant: Annemieke Van Drenth
Isabela Cabral Félix De Sousa, Cristiane N. Braga & Cristina A. Ferreira & Telma M. Frutuoso & Diego S. Vargas : The female predominance of a vocational and scientific program in Brazil for high school students
Bart Hellinckx, Marc Depaepe & Frank Simon : The educational work of women religious: a historiographical survey
Maria Mogarro : Social Origins and Teacher Training: Female Students at Teacher Training Schools in the second half of the 19th Century in Portugal
Lies Van Rompaey, Marc Depaepe & Frank Simon : A different kind of activism: the position of catholic women teachers in their union. Belgium, 1950-1965.

V-1 WOM02 Feminism and Transnationalism I: Transnational Networks and National Contexts
Room 2.10
Networks: Ethnicity and Migration , Women and Gender Chair: Francisca De Haan
Organizer: Julie Carlier Discussant: Ulla Wikander
Maria Anastasopoulou : The American Influence on Callirrhoe Parren at the turn of the 19th Century Greece
Julie Carlier : Shaping Belgian feminism. Transnational transfers and the forging of a national women’s movement (ca.1890-1918)
Carolyn Eichner : "The Veil and the Vote: Race, Sexuality, and Feminist Imperialism in Late 19th Century France"
Rochelle Ruthchild : Russian Feminists: From Global Sisterhood to Silence
Judith P. Zinsser : Gendering Transnational Topics: Benefits and Liabilities

Y-1 LAB28 Stalinization and Beyond: Problems of International Communist History
Room 2.14
Network: Labour Chair: Matthew Worley
Organizer: Matthew Worley Discussant: Kevin Morgan
Aldo Agosti : Stalinization and the Italian Communist Party
Norman Laporte : Proletarian Tribunes: Thalmann and Pollitt
Tauno Saarela : Comparative Communisms: The Scandinavian Example
Brigitte Studer : Stalinization: Balance Sheet of a Complex Notion

Tuesday 26 February 2008 16.30
B-2 ELI02 The academe as an elite arena II: Postwar period
Cave B
Networks: Elites and forerunners , Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Xu Li
Organizer: Marja Jalava Discussant: Xu Li
Robert Anderson : University Expansion, Elites and Democratization in Britain since 1945
Kim Helsvig : Norwegian academia: From social democratic egalitarianism to competitive elitism?
Marja Jalava : Cultural Revolution or Bureaucratic Jargon? - The Finnish Reform of Degrees in the 1970s
Maria Teresa Tomas Rangil : How Did the Homo Oeconomicus Became an Homo bellicus? Economics and International Relations Theory in the 1980s and 1990s.

C-2 CRI03 Homicide on the Long Run: The Belgian Case
Cave C
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Pete King
Organizer: Aude Musin Discussant: Pete King
Bernard Dauven, Xavier Rousseaux : Homicide on the long run : a regional case : Brabant (1350-2000)
Aude Musin : Homicide on the Long Run : a Regional Case (Namur, 1360-1860)
Frédéric Vesentini : Homicide on the Long Run : the Belgian Case (1830-1990)

D-2 WOR07 Gender History in Transnational Perspectiv (roundtable)
Cave D
Networks: Women and Gender , World History Chair: Judith P. Zinsser
Organizers: - Discussant: Judith P. Zinsser
Ann Allen : "Lost in Translation? Gender History in National and Transnational Perspective."
Swapna Banerjee : The Father and the Child : Fatherhood as a Vector of Masculinity in Colonial India
Anne Cova : "Women and Associativism in France, Italy, and Portugal, 1900-1945"
Jennifer Morris : Father to the World's Children: The United Nations Children's Fund

E-2 ORA01 Family and intergenerational transmission of stories
Cave E
Network: Oral History Chair: Mary Chamberlain
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Christien Brinkgreve : Involvement, Truth, Detachment: The Narrative of My Mother.
Alena Kozlova : The influence of traumatic expierience of the family history on female fate of the second generation
Patricie Kubackova : Between us is (not only) an ocean – biographical narrations of Czech women living in the USA. (A research based on a method of oral history and conversation analysis.)

F-2 ORA21 Mauthausen in Transnational Memories and Narrations
Sala Leite de Vasconcelos
Network: Oral History Chair: Gerhard Botz
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Piotr Filipkowski : Polish Mauthausen Narratives across Time and Context
Regina Fritz : Expressions of Euphemism in Narratives of Hungarian Holocaust Survivors
Alexander Prenninger : The Verbalization of Experiences in Context Specific Narratives
Irina Scherbakowa : The Memories’ hard labor
Karin Stoegner : Life Story Interviews and the „Truth of Memory” in the Perspective of Walter Benjamin

G-2 HEA02 Recent Public Health II: Policies
Amphitheatre 2
Network: Health and Environment Chair: Sigrid Stoeckel
Organizers: Virginia Berridge, Signild Vallgårda Discussant: Sigrid Stoeckel
Virginia Berridge : The history of post war UK public health : a neglected area?
Marjaana Niemi : Health education for forest labourers and career women
Udo Schagen : Democratic Health System and Public Health: Debates in Exile and Post-War Realities
Signild Vallgårda : From universalism to needs assessment. Public health in Denmark and Sweden from 1930s and onwards

H-2 ETH38 Emigration, immigration and identity
Room 1.1
Network: Ethnicity and Migration Chair: Marie-Pierre Arrizabalaga
Organizers: - Discussant: Marie-Pierre Arrizabalaga
Daniel Killoren : Movement, Settlement and the Negotiation of Citizenship: Migrant Networks in the 19th Century U.S./Mexico Borderland
Daniel Marcos : The Capelinhos Volcano and the Azorean Immigration to the USA (1958-1965)
Miriam Debieux Rosa, Taeco Carignato & Sandra Berta : Immigrants, migrants and refugees and the wandering condition of the desire

I-2 SOC02 Coding occupations across cultures
Room 2.1
Network: Social Inequality Chair: Ineke Maas
Organizers: - Discussant: Sören Edvinsson
Tarcisio Botelho : Census categories of difference: occupation, race and social condition in 19th century Brazil
María Inés Moraes, Raquel Pollero : Occupational categories in a pastoral-oriented agricultural economical structure: Uruguay on the first half of the 19th century
María Paula Parolo : Adaptation of HISCO to the registered occupational categories in the census of population of Tucumán (Argentine) in first half of nineteenth century.
Raquel Pollero, María Inés Moraes : Occupational categories in a pastoral-oriented agricultural economical structure: Uruguay on the first half of the 19th century
Vladimir Vladimirov : HISCO and history of occupations in Russia

J-2 ELI08 Elite decadence: an image or an actuality?
Room 3.1
Network: Elites and forerunners Chair: Marianna Muravyeva
Organizer: Marja Vuorinen Discussant: Marianna Muravyeva
Henry French, Mark Rothery : Practices of politeness: changing norms of masculinity in English landed society, 1660-1800
Sarah Toulalan : Children and sexuality in early modern England
Marja Vuorinen : Decadence as a projection: a tool for criticism

K-2 RUR02 From tradition to modernization
Room 4
Network: Rural Chair: Piet van Cruyningen
Organizers: - Discussant: Piet van Cruyningen
Conceição Andrade Martins : Population and Agrarian system in 18th century Alentejo
Hervé Bennezon : A village close to Paris, Montreuil during the reign of King Louis XIV
Jose Marques : Household, land transmission and heritage in northern Portugal (Terra da Maia 1800-1950)
Florent Merot : Paris and his countryside : the originality of the landscape in the Vallée de Montmorency in the XVIIth and XVIIIth centuries
Merja Uotila, Maare Valtonen : Entrepreneurial activities in a pre-industrial society: Artisans and industrialists in Finnish countryside

L-2 POL23 European citizenship and civil society II
Room 5.1
Network: Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Jose Reis Santos
Organizers: - Discussant: Jose Reis Santos
Veit Bader : Conplex legitimacy in ‘compound polities’: the case of the EU
Daniel Melo : The third sector and the city: public policies, citizenship, and sustainability in Portugal
Thomas Pfister : From activated to active citizenship. The need for participatory citizenship practices in new modes of governance
Maryse Ramambason : Democratization in Russia The 1993 Constitutional Conference : The stakes of the installation of a new space of deliberations
Anne van Wageningen : Citizens as members of a state; an institutional approach concerning multiple citizenship

M-2 POL19 The ethos of commercial and political advocacy in twentieth-century Europe
Room 5.2
Network: Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Lawrence Black
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Veronique Pouillard : France and Belgium (1910-1950): From the Early Debates on Advertising in the Public Space to the Late Adoption of PR Expertise.
Corey Ross : Advertising, Publicity and Politics in Inter-war Germany
Stefan Schwarzkopf : Professionalisation, “Americanisation”, and the cult of rationality in an age of extremes: changing practices and identities in British marketing communication, 1920s-1960s
Dominic Wring : Selling Politics Like Soap Powder? Electioneering in Inter-war Britain

N-2 TEC03 Children, health and hygiene - Europe 1880-1960 - Continuity or change?
Room 6.1
Networks: Education and Childhood , Health and Environment , Technology Chair: Teemu Sakari Ryymin
Organizer: Ning De Coninck-Smith Discussant: Teemu Sakari Ryymin
Astri Andresen : Children’s hygiene in post-tuberculosis society: the Nordic countries 1945-1960s
Nelleke Bakker : 'Health colonies' for children and the fear of tuberculosis in the Netherlands 1883-1955
Josep Lluís Barona : Meals, open air and sanatoria: preventing children tuberculosis in Spain (1892-1936)
Ning De Coninck-Smith : Health, art and architecture - Vintersbølle children’s sanatorium 1934-1937.

Q-2 FAIII FAMIII: Widowhood and Remarriage
Amphitheatre 3
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Margarida Durães
Organizer: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux Discussant: John A. Dickinson
Johanna Andersson Raeder : Widowhood and remarriage amongst the swedish nobility during the Middle Ages
Béatrice Craig : From Custumals to Code Napoléon: Impact of legal changes on women's access to and control of property
Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux : Well-Being and widows in early-modern France
Aoi Okada, Satomi Kurosu & Miyuki Takahashi : Widowhood and Remarriage in Northeastern Japan: Rural-Urban Comparison 1716-1870

S-2 REL02 Confessional Identities
Instituto de Arte
Network: Religion Chair: Bruno Boute
Organizers: - Discussant: Bruno Boute
Geoff Baker : Reading the Confessional Divide in Early Modern England.
Larry Harwood : Motivation for the Military and Money in the cause of Religion: English Soldiers in the Netherlands and America, 1585-1640
Jewel Spangler : The Richmond Theatre Fire of 1811: A Case Study of American Disaster as Evangelical Opportunity

T-2 FAMII Construction of Blood II : Genealogies, Rules of Succession and Representations of Rules of Heredity
Room 9
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Christopher H. Johnson
Organizer: David Warren Sabean Discussant: Francesca Trivellato
Bernard Derouet : Blood in Law and Jurisprudence in Sixteenth and Seventeenth-Century France
Michaela Hohkamp : “Consanguinitas as a concept of power in early modern European historiography”.
Simon Teuscher : Flesh and Blood in Medieval Treatises on the 'Arbor Consanguinitatis'
John Waller : Ideologies of Bloodlines from the Sixteenth to the Eighteenth Century

U-2 HIS01 Towards a historical GIS for Europe
Network: Chair: Paul Ell
Organizer: Andreas Kunz Discussant: David Bodenhamer
Ian Gregory : Towards a Historical GIS of Europe: Existing resources and future prospects
Andreas Kunz : A Historical GIS of the German states in the 19th Century: A model for a European historical GIS?
Silke Marburg : Dynastic Networks of Europe in a GIS Context
Alejandro Simon, Jordi Marti-Henneberg : Railways network and population distribution in the Iberian Peninsula (1850-2000). Towards an European Railways GIS.

V-2 WOM03 Feminism and Transnationalism II: Transnational Feminism and International Politics
Room 2.10
Networks: Ethnicity and Migration , Women and Gender Chair: Jose Moya
Organizer: Julie Carlier Discussant: Francisca De Haan
Carol Faulkner : The World's Anti-Slavery Convention and the Origins of Women's Rights
Brigitte Rath : Forgotten Networks: Olga Misars Engagement in the Austrian Feminist Peace Movement (transnational and national networks)
Victoria Rowe : Women's Transnational Organizing: Feminist and Humanitarian Interventions in the League of Nations' Commission for the Protection of Women and Children in the Near East
Ulla Wikander : Women over national borders against night work prohibition,

W-2 THE01 The Writing of National Histories in 19th and 20th Century Europe
Room 2.12
Network: Theory Chair: Matthias Middell
Organizers: - Discussant: Matthias Middell
Stefan Berger, Christoph Conrad : National Historical Cultures in Comparative Perspective: An Outline
Chris Lorenz, Stefan Berger : Nation and Society: Ethnicity, Race, Class, Religion and Gender
Andrew Mycock : Education, identity and empire? History teaching in multi-national post-imperial Britain
Ilaria Porciani, Jo Tollebeek : The Instiitutionalisation and Professionalisation of Historical Writing

X-2 URB02 Twentieth-Century British Cities; Realities and Imaginings
Room 2.13
Network: Urban Chair: John Davis
Organizers: - Discussants: -
James Chapman : They Came to A City: 1944 and wartime British cinema
Kenneth Collins : TB in Glasgow : the Jewish Immigrant Experience
Krista Cowman : The land the heroes wanted: soldiers' views of the city in letters from the Western Front
Simon Gunn : The lost world of British Urban Modernism, c.1945-1970

Y-2 LAB02 Strikes
Room 2.14
Network: Labour Chair: David Lyddon
Organizers: Heiner Dribbusch, Sjaak Van der Velden Discussant: David Lyddon
Peter Birke : Strikes, Social Conflicts and Social Movement in Scandinavia since the 1990’s
Heiner Dribbusch : Strikes and employer militancy: balance of power and industrial conflict in the German public sector since 1990
Sjaak Van der Velden : Strikes and living strategies

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