Preliminary Programme

Showing: Wednesday 12 April 2023 (entire day)
Wed 12 April
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Thu 13 April
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Fri 14 April
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Sat 15 April
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All days
Wednesday 12 April 2023 08.30 - 10.30
D-1 SOC02 Decentring and Localizing the Mixed Economy of Welfare
B21
Network: Social Inequality Chair: Giomi Fabio
Organizer: Célia Keren Discussant: Marco H.D. van Leeuwen
Célia Keren : Productive Entanglements: the Co-constitution of Public and Private Actors in the Field of Welfare, Humanitarian Aid and Global Health
Morgane Labbé : Social Movement and Economic Statistics in Interwar Poland. Building an Alternative Expert Knowledge on the Condition of the Working Class
Antoine Perrier : Muslim Charitable Societies and Public Action against Poverty in Colonial Morocco (1912-1956)
Lola Zappi : The Armed Wing of the Welfare State: the Institutionalization of Social Services in Interwar France


E-1 ECO01 Economic History and Sustainability
B22
Network: Economic History Chair: Thomas Westland
Organizer: Cristián Ducoing Discussant: Marc Badia-Miró
Per Hallén : Company Organization and Technological Change in Scandinavian Fishing until 1945
Eoin McLaughlin : Tracing Sustainability in the Long Run
M. del Mar Rubio-Varras : Adjusted Net Savings in Latin America (1880– 2020). Stylized Facts on Natural Resource Dependence and Development


F-1 SEX01 Baltic Queer Histories from the Late Soviet and Early Post-Soviet Era
B23
Network: Sexuality Chair: Arturas Tereškinas
Organizer: Rebeka Põldsam Discussant: Arturas Tereškinas
Shaban Darakchi : Navigating “Perversity”: Classification and Control of Homosexuality in Bulgaria 1944-1989
Ineta Lipša : Criminal File on Hooliganism as an Insight into the Practices of Male Same-Sex Sexual Subculture: the 1966 Case of Sauna at Ziedo?d?rzs (Spring-time Park) in Riga
Rasa Navickaite : In the Name of Love?: Gender Complementarity and Sexual Deviance in Late Soviet Lithuania
Rebeka Põldsam, Riikka Taavetti : “I never was this theoretical lesbian type”: Memories and Experiences of Estonian-Finnish Lesbian Community from the Early 1990s
Karlis Verdinš : Latvian Queers after the Fall of the Iron Curtain: Between Fictionality and Documentality


G-1 LAB09 Labour, Capital, and Class: Comparative Perspectives from the Atlantic Fringe, 19th and 20th Centuries
B24
Network: Labour Chair: Stephan Curtis
Organizer: Stewart Lawrence Discussant: Stephan Curtis
Michael Kirkpatrick : The Abolition of Forced Labour in Nineteenth Century Guatemala
Kurt Korneski : Class, Place, and Diplomacy in the Gulf of St. Lawrence Fisheries, 1815-54.
Stewart Lawrence : “It Was Their El Dorado”: the Stratification of Stockholm’s Working Class and Drinking as a Form of Resistance at the End of the Nineteenth Century
Lachlan MacKinnon : Industrial Policy in Transnational Perspective: the Development Ethos in Deindustrializing Nova Scotia, 1956-1963


H-1 CRI01 Crime and Police Cooperation in the Ibero-American Atlantic. 1870-1940
B32
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Emmanuel Berger
Organizer: Emmanuel Berger Discussant: David Churchill
Fábio Faria : Refugees from the Spanish Civil War and World War II in Portuguese Prisons (1936-1945)
Diego Galeano : Money Counterfeiting and Policing Networks in the Ibero-American Atlantic World, 1880-1940
Gonçalo Rocha Gonçalves : Extradition Practices and Transnational Crime in the Ibero-American World in the 1870s
Maria João Vaz : Petty Crime and Transnational Crime Networks. Lisbon, 1870-1910


I-1 POL23 Collective Memory & War
B33
Network: Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chairs: -
Organizer: Olli Kleemola Discussant: Hannes Leidinger
Marika Honkaniemi : From Memories to Collective Memory: Private War Photo Album as a Medium of Memory and Memories
Silja Keva : 2nd World War in Japan’s Political Rhetoric – Focus on Parliamentary Narratives over the Contradictory Memories of War
Olli Kleemola : War Veterans' Organisations and their Role in Forming Collective Memory in Germany and Finland after the WWII


J-1 WOM20 Reproductive Rights
B34
Networks: Sexuality , Women and Gender Chair: Laura Kelly
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Agnieszka Balcerzak : Brave Sisters or “Keep Your Rosaries Off My Ovaries”: Reproductive Rights, Abortion Access and Corporeal Autonomy in Poland and Croatia
Sophia Koenig : “Once we are safe and free from risk, we will be satisfied”: Strategies on Midwives, Reforming Midwifery and the Role of Midwives’ Representatives in Germany 1918–1933
Nathalie Le Bouteillec : Equal Rights to Parents: the Paternity Procedure in Sweden and its Consequences for the Child
Gizem Sivri : Motherhood and Pregnancy in the Late Ottoman Prisons


K-1 ELI02a Manors and Modernity. Ownership, Economy and Landscape c1750 to c1950 I
B44 (Z)
Network: Elites and Forerunners Chair: Martin Dackling
Organizers: Martin Dackling, Brita Planck, Göran Ulväng Discussants: -
Arne Bugge Amundsen : Norwegian Transformations: Two Manors from Landed Estate to Industrial Centers
Jonathan Finch : The Modern Manor: English Estate Landscapes and the Ethos of Improvement over the Long Eighteenth Century
Yme Kuiper : ‘Our World doesn’t exist Anymore’ .The Rise and Fall of Frisian Noble Estates, 1850-1950
Piet van Cruyningen : The Transformation of Aristocratic Landownership in the Eastern Netherlands, c. 1780 – c. 1850


L-1 LAB10 Law, Labor and Production: Do Europe’s Peripheries Still Speak to Each Other?
C22
Network: Labour Chair: Stefan Berger
Organizer: Adrian Grama Discussant: Stefan Berger
Ulf Brunnbauer : From the Sea into a Can: Labor and Sardine Processing in Peripheral Europe since the 19th Century
Anna Delius : Translating Repression into Rights. Labor Protest and Democratic Opposition in Spain and Poland, 1960-1990
Matthias Ebbertz : Regulated Self-regulation in the Weimar Republic. Praxeological Approaches on the Multinormativity of Co-determination in Westphalia and Bavaria
Adrian Grama : How does Labor Law Travel? Interwar Portugal and Romania in Comparison


M-1 ETH19 Elites & Migration
C24
Network: Ethnicity and Migration Chair: Laura Katarina Ekholm
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Christin Mays : Transatlantic Exchanges: Scholarships and Academic Mobility between Sweden and the United States, ca 1912–1989
Orly Meron : Banking, Migration and State-building: a Case Study from British Mandated Eretz Israel
Ramon Ramon-Muñoz : The Persistence of the Migration-trade Link: Southern-European Immigration and Olive Oil Imports in the Americas before the Great Depression
Mladen Zobec : Proletarian Entrepreneurs: Albanian Private Craftsmen in Socialist Slovenia


N-1 CUL01 (Un)familiar Ground. Unravelling the Links between (Trans)nationalism and Tourism (18th-20th Century)
C32
Network: Culture Chair: Christina Reimann
Organizers: Andreas Stynen, Gerrit Verhoeven Discussant: Christina Reimann
Sune Bechmann Pedersen : Planning for Transnational Travel: Postwar Tourism Boosters and the Reconstruction of Europe
Wiebke Kolbe : Transnationalism and Nationalism at European Spas in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
Andreas Stynen, Kas Swerts : Opponents on the Same Grounds. Conflicting Tourist Organizations in Interwar Belgium
Gerrit Verhoeven, Silke Geven : Which Belgium do we sell? Discussions on Tourism Marketing and Nationalism (1930-’80)


O-1 EDU01 „At the time, I started with pretty much desire to do my own job well“ . Motivation and Emotions of West-German and Swiss School Teachers in the 1970s and 1980s
C33 (Z)
Network: Education and Childhood Chair: Patrick Bühler
Organizer: Patrick Bühler Discussant: Nina Verheyen
Lukas Boser : “He loved Teaching and he loved his Students.” The Teaching Profession in the Context of Social Desirability
Andreas Hoffmann-Ocon : "Commitment and Disappointment" – on the Psychologization of the 'Teacher-Student Relationship' in German-speaking Switzerland
Sylvia Kesper-Biermann : How “1968” Transformed Schooling. Teacher-student Relationships in Hamburg, 1970s–1980s


P-1 MID01 Actors, Codes and Strategies of Social Mediation in the Iberian Peninsula between the Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages
E43
Networks: Middle Ages , Social Inequality Chair: Iñaki Martín Viso
Organizers: Raquel Ezquerro Jiménez, Alicia Martín Rodríguez Discussant: Igor Santos Salazar
Kay Boers : The Trauma of Chindasvinth. Law, Language and ‘Mediation’ in Reccesvinth’s Liber Iudiciorum
Gonzalo J. Escudero Manzano : Date et dabitur vobis. The Biblical Evocation as Mediation in the Gift Economy during the Hispanic Early Middle Ages
Raquel Ezquerro Jiménez : Mediating Actors and Tributary Networks in Visigothic Iberian Peninsula
Alicia Martín Rodríguez : Boni homines (et bonae muliebris)? Mediating Actors and Gender in Early Medieval Iberian Peninsula


Q-1 POL01 Citizenship I: Legal Citizenship and Status
E44
Network: Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Emmanuel Blanchard : Claims of French Citizenship and Come Back in the French Nationality from People who Became Algerians in 1962 (c. 1960-2010)
Jens Carlesson Magalhães : “Our Status as Citizens”: Jewish Emancipation in Sweden 1838–1870
Carolyn Eichner : Named By the State: French Jews, Algerian Muslims, & 19th-Century Naming Mandates
Ivan Kosnica : Citizenship and Naturalizations in the Independent State of Croatia (Ivan)


R-1 HEA01 Charity and the Hospital in the British Welfare State since 1945
E45
Network: Health and Environment Chairs: -
Organizer: Martin Gorsky Discussants: -
Agnes Arnold-Forster : The Role of Charity in Hospital Rebuilding and Design: Guy's Hospital Tower
Rosemary Cresswell : Charitable Funding for British Mental Health and Learning Disability Hospital Care in the Era of the NHS
Bernard Harris : Repugnant to a Civilized Community: Charitable Funding in the Early NHS
Gareth Millward, Martin Gorsky : The Internet as a Site of Voluntary Activity: NHS Charities and the World Wide Web since 2000
John Mohan : The Dead Hand of Charity: Path Dependence in Charitable Fundraising and its Impact on the NHS


S-1 FAM01 Changing Patterns in Upper Social Strata Families in Central Europe (19th to Mid-20th Centuries)
SEB salen (Z)
Network: Family and Demography Chairs: -
Organizer: Alice Velková Discussant: Peter Teibenbacher
Luminita Dumanescu : Rural Elite and Demographic Behavior at the Turn of 20th Century Transylvania
Gábor Koloh : Clergy Mobility in Central Hungary in the Interwar Period
Irena Selisnik, Ana Cergol Paradiž : Postwar Ljubljana: Elite Transformation after First World War
Alice Velková : Changes in Demographic Behaviour in Families of Elite Social Classes in 19th Century Bohemia


T-1 WOM07 Clerical and Academic Families in Early Modern Sweden from a Gender Perspective
Volvosalen
Network: Women and Gender Chair: Johanna Ilmakunnas
Organizers: Miia Kuha, Mari Välimäki Discussant: Åsa Karlsson-Sjögren
Miia Kuha : ”Don’t cry, my darling” – Married and Parental Love in the Funeral Sermons of 17th-century Lutheran Clergymen’s Wives
Ina Lindblom : A Clergyman in Search of a Wife - Marriage, Status and Emotion in the Life Description of Pehr Stenberg, 1790-1800
Mari Välimäki : Matrons of the Family – Professors’ Wives as Part of the Academic Community in the 17th Century Sweden
Charlotta Wolff : Poetry and Priesthood. Family, Sensibility and Gender in the Life and Works of Frans Michael Franzén (1772–1847)



Wednesday 12 April 2023 11.00 - 13.00
A-2 WOM02 Academic Citizenship, Persona and Gender – Exploring the Micropolitics of Inclusion and Exclusion in Science and Scholarship
Victoriagatan 13, A243
Network: Women and Gender Chair: Katie Barclay
Organizers: Dunja Blazevic, Kirsti Niskanen Discussants: -
Dunja Blazevic : The Ideal Philologist and Historian, seen through the Eyes of a Hiring Committee
Heini Hakosalo : What’s in a Space? The Dissection Room and the Clinic as Normative and Formative Spaces in Fin-de-siècle Medical Training
Kirsti Niskanen : Research Economy and Gendered Academic Citizenship in Sweden, 1920s -1950s


B-2 CUL15 Social Approaches to Cultural History
Victoriagatan 13, A252
Network: Culture Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Heikki Kokko, Minna Harjula : Towards Social History of Experiences
Elisabeth Lobenwein : Information Transfer from Constantinople to Vienna before 1683: Actors – Strategies – Challenges
Kristof Loockx : Sewers of Debauchery and Depravity? A Comparative Socioeconomic Analysis of Boston’s and Antwerp’s Sailortown, 1850-1930
Alice Reininger : The Franzenskanal. The Construction of the Tisa-Danube Canal should improve Economy in the Central Danube Basin in the End of the 18th Century. Wolfgang von Kempelen’s Steam Engine was used for Drawing Water


C-2 RUR10 Lordship and Serfdom from the 16th to the 20th Century
Victoriagatan 13, Victoriasalen
Network: Rural Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Florin Nicolae Ardelean : Rural Militias: the Conscription of Peasant-Soldiers in Transylvania during the Second Half of the Sixteenth Century
Branimir Brgles : Freedom and Coertion: Serfs between the Adriatic and the Alps
Piotr Pomianowski : Peasants' Rights to Land in the Duchy of Warsaw and in the Congress Kingdom of Poland
Jasper Subba : Land Reforms and Agrarian Change in Post-Colonial Sikkim, 1949-2016.


D-2 ASI01 Archival Matters (?) – Rethinking Methodologies in Indian Social History
B21
Network: Asia Chair: Maria Pomohaci
Organizers: Saeed Ahmad, Catharina Haensel Discussant: Ritajyoti Bandyopadhyay
Saeed Ahmad : Recovering Emigrant Pasts(?): Neighbourhood City-making in Contemporary Delhi
Catharina Haensel : The Shopfloor in the Archives – Wage Politics in Ahmedabad, 1947-58
Nokmedemla Lemtur : Labour(ers) in the Archives: Tracing High Altitude Labourers of Himalayan Mountaineering Expeditions in the Inter-war Period
Vishal Singh Deo : What’s in it for the Archive? Revisiting the Archival Method as an Interrogation of Empire, Property and the Rational of Laissez-faire


E-2 ECO02 Historical Legacies of the Cash Crop Boom
B22
Networks: Africa , Economic History Chair: Cristián Ducoing
Organizer: Thomas Westland Discussants: -
Gareth Austin : The Political Economy of Growth in Beverage-Crop Economies in Independent Africa: Ghana and Kenya Compared, 1973-1983
Michiel de Haas : Africa and the ‘New History of Capitalism’: Colonialism, Coercion and Cotton, 1820-1960
Thomas Westland : The Colonial Commodity Lottery: Linkages from Agriculture to Industry in the Tropics, c.1950-1970


F-2 SEX02 Catholicism, Gender and Anti-abortion Activism in Europe (1970s-Present)
B23
Networks: Health and Environment , Sexuality , Women and Gender Chairs: Martina Avanza, Agnieszka Koscianska
Organizer: Agata Ignaciuk Discussant: Azzurra Tafuro
Anne-Sophie Crosetti : Feminism and “Pro-life” Groups in Belgium and France: from Hatred to (Strategic) Love? (1970-Present)
Wannes Dupont : Turning the Tide: Vatican Opposition to Birth Control in India (1950-1977)
Agata Ignaciuk, Ángela Segura-Arenas : Catholicism and Anti-abortion Activism in the Spanish 1980s
Laura Kelly : Anti-abortion Activism in the Republic of Ireland, c.1980s-1990s: Gender, Emotions and Transnational Influences
Sylwia Kuzma-Markowska : “The Right to Life” Behind the Iron Curtain: the Polish Anti-Abortion Movement, the Catholic Church, and the Communist State in the 1970s and 1980s
Lucas Ramos : Catholics in the Age of Sexual Revolution: Homosexuality, Marriage, and Welfare in Postwar Italy (1948-1965)


G-2 LAB02 Disputed Endings: How Labour Relations were Terminated in Pre-Industrial Europe
B24
Network: Labour Chair: Jane Whittle
Organizers: Taylor Aucoin, James Fisher Discussant: Jane Whittle
Taylor Aucoin : Unfinished Business: Mediating Servant Wage Disputes and Broken Contracts through the English Labour Laws, 1563-1700
James Fisher : Premature Exits? The Termination of Compulsory Apprenticeships before the Statutory Age of Expiry in England 1600-1750
Teresa Petrik : Taking the Disobedient to Court: Uncovering Mechanisms of Coercion and Autonomy in 17th and 18th Century Austrian Servant Legislation
Vilhelm Vilhelmsson : Strategies of Exit: Absconding from Service in Nineteenth-century Iceland


H-2 CRI02 Interrogating Interrogations: Knowledge and Power in Modern Criminal Justice
B32
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Lara Bergers
Organizer: Elwin Hofman Discussant: Lara Bergers
Claire Eldridge : Creating and Contesting Colonial Knowledge in the Courtroom: French Military Justice during the First World War
Elwin Hofman : Experimental Interrogations: Psychology and Criminal Investigation in France and Germany, c. 1900
Jennifer Sessions : Colonial Magistrates’ Tales: Interrogating Suspected Insurgés in French Algeria, 1901


I-2 THE01 Historical Peace Research as Social Science History: Theories and Categories, Peace Movements and International Diplomacy
B33
Network: Theory Chair: Anne Heyer
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Norbert Fabian : „Steps to Peace“ – Social Democrats and Christians in the Peace Movement of the Early 1980s. Arguments against the International Arms Race and Discussions on Gradualism
Lukas Mengelkamp : Why the History of Theories and Methods Matters
Christoph Weller : A Reconstruction of the Development of German Peace and Conflict Studies from a Social Science Perspective


J-2 ANT01 Balancing between Social Performance and Offensive Discourse: an Intersectional Approach to Religio-Political Authority in the Greco-Roman World
B34
Network: Antiquity Chair: Douglas Cairns
Organizer: Marika Rauhala Discussants: -
Marja-Leena Hänninen : The Right to Negotiate with Divine Powers - Privilege or Civic Duty? Religious Conflicts in Mid-Republican Rome
Suvi Kuokkanen : Disparaging Low-Status Politicians in Post-Periclean Athens
Marika Rauhala : Intersections of Otherness in (Ab)Use: Oriental Eunuchs in Greco-Roman Cult and Society
Julietta Steinhauer : Migrant Women in the Greek Aegean: Integration, Religion, and Cross-cultural Exchange from an Intersectional Perspective


K-2 ELI02b Manors and Modernity. Ownership, Economy and Landscape c1750 to c1950 II
B44 (Z)
Network: Elites and Forerunners Chair: Yme Kuiper
Organizers: Martin Dackling, Brita Planck, Göran Ulväng Discussants: -
Martin Dackling : Nobility, Land and Political Power in Nineteenth Century Sweden
Mia Löwengart : Jewish Country Houses in Sweden c1800-c1950
Brita Planck : Why did Mary have to marry Matthew? Deeds of Entail in 18th Century Sweden
Göran Ulväng : Entailed Manors in Sweden – Numbers, Owners and Size 1750 to 2020


L-2 LAB01 Book Session: the Digital Factory: the Human Labor of Automation by Moritz Altenried (The University of Chicago Press, 2022)
C22
Networks: Labour , Social Inequality , Theory Chair: Christian De Vito
Organizer: Görkem Akgöz Discussants: Görkem Akgöz, Moritz Altenried, Bridget Kenny, Nicola Pizzolato


M-2 ETH04 Jews, Europe, and the Business of Culture?
C24
Network: Ethnicity and Migration Chair: Maja Hultman
Organizer: Karin Hofmeester Discussant: Gideon Reuveni
Laura Katarina Ekholm : How Eastern European Jewish Diaspora has Shaped the Garment Industry Sweden and Finland
Karin Hofmeester : The Amsterdam Diamond Industry, its Workers and their Trade Union: a Local, European and Global Perspective
Trisha Oakley Kessler : Searching for Refuge and Business Renewal: Jewish Refugee Hat Industrialists and Global Trade Networks 1938-1940
Angelina Palmén : Jews, Business and Bourgeois Feminism 1890-1914: Commerce and the Making of a Cultural Moment?


N-2 ETH20 Intersectionality
C32
Networks: Ethnicity and Migration , Sexuality Chair: Marjolein Schepers
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Betty De Hart, Julia Woesthoff : Gender and Citizenship Law in the Netherlands and (West) Germany after 1945: a Comparative Perspective on Consequences and Responses
Linda Reeder : Modern Italy and the Making of the Migrant: State Surveillance, Gender, and Mobility in the 19th century
Ayse Humeyra Tuysuz : Istanbul: At the Intersection of Immigration and Trafficking (1880-1914)
Julia Woesthoff, Betty de Hart : Gender and Citizenship Law in the Netherlands and (West) Germany after 1945: a Comparative Perspective on Consequences and Responses


O-2 EDU02 Adapting Children to Socialist Societies: Experts at the Crossroad of State Ambition and Parental Care
C33 (Z)
Network: Education and Childhood Chair: Dora Vargha
Organizer: Annina Gagyiova Discussant: Dora Vargha
Annina Gagyiova : “Children as Flowers in the Garden of Education”: Expert Discourses and Practices Towards School Maturity in East-Central Europe, 1970s-1980s
Barbara Klich-Kluczewska : Knowledge contra Feelings. Experts’ Networks and Initiatives to Modernize the Adoption Process in Post-War Poland, 1960s-1970s
José Luis Aguilar López-Barajas : From Preterm Babies into Normal and Healthy Citizens. The Expert Discourse on Long-term Development of Premature Babies in East-Central Europe


P-2 MID02 Economic Inequality before the Black Death: Sources, Methods and Case-studies (1290-1348)
E43
Network: Middle Ages Chair: Antoni Furió
Organizer: Davide Cristoferi Discussant: Maika de Keyzer
Luis Almenar Fernández : Animals, Land, Silver. Peasants’ Wealth Inequality through Probate Inventories in the Kingdom of Valencia during the Fourteenth Century
Davide Cristoferi : Economic Inequality and Socio-property Relations at the Peak of Medieval Development: Comparing Sienese Tuscany and Northern France (c. 1295-c. 1320)
Sam Geens : From top to Bottom. Estimating Wealth Inequality through Elite Taxation: Comparing Fourteenth-century Bruges, Mons, and Florence.
Laura Miquel Milian : Sources for the Study of Inequality in the City of Tortosa before and after the Black Death


Q-2 TEC02 Computers, Information, and Data
E44
Network: Science & Technology Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Eero Hyvonen : ParliamentSampo - Parliament of Finland on the Semantic Web 1907-2022
Julia Ravanis : From Calculation Girls to System Developers: Practices and Professions in the Postwar Data Processing Centers in Sweden
Viktoriya Vinik : The Digital Palestinian Pound, E-Shekel, and the Three Print Currencies: Palestine’s Search for a National Currency in Cryptocurrencies


R-2 HEA02 Experiencing Madness and Disability in Early Modern Europe
E45
Network: Health and Environment Chair: Raisa Toivo
Organizer: Mari Eyice Discussants: -
Catherine Beck : As he did his Duty...: the Meaning of Mental Impairment, Difference and Disability at Sea in the Long Eighteenth Century
Mari Eyice : Experiencing Disability in 17th Century Stockholm
Julia Heinemann : Narrating War Disabilities in the Early Modern Habsburg Monarchy. Petitions from Soldiers and their Families
Riikka Miettinen : Sensing Madness: Bodily Experiences of Mental Disability in Early Modern Sweden


S-2 MAT10 Consumer Preferences and Practices
SEB salen (Z)
Network: Material and Consumer Culture Chair: Jon Stobart
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Marcus Falk : Consumption Patterns in the Rural Early Modern Household, Southern Sweden 1670-1860
Matleena Frisk : Before Green Thinking: Shortening Lifespan and Disposability of Products in Finland from the Second World War to the 1970s
Dziugas Misevicius : On the Taste and Smell of Obshchepit in Vilnius during the Soviet Era
Sarah-Maria Schober : Celebrating Transcience. Early Modern Materialities of the Ephemeral
Ilja Van Damme, Lith Lefranc : Gender, Class, Age and Consumption. Shoplifting and Criminal Detection Bias during the Development of a New Retail Culture in Antwerp, c. 1870-c. 1940


T-2 WOM03a An Inclusive History of Women’s Labour Activism: Forms and Scales of Organizing and the Politics of Women’s Work I
Volvosalen
Networks: Labour , Women and Gender Chair: Anne Cova
Organizers: Selin Cagatay, Jelena Tesija Discussants: Ulf Brunnbauer, Daniela Koleva
Selin Cagatay : Gendering Adult Education in the Developing Word: Vocational Training of Women in Turkey, 1960s-1990s
Veronika Helfert : The Right to a Job: Austrian Women Labour Activists and the Question of Female Unemployment, from the Late-1940s to the 1980s
Ivelina Masheva : International Labour Standards and Local Realities: Women Workers and the Enforcement of Working Time Regulations in Bulgaria, 1920s-1940s
Zhanna Popova : Halina Krahelska: Labour Inspector at Home and Abroad, 1919-1931


U-2 RUR03 Connecting Social History with Environmental Sciences: the Reclamation of Exmoor Project
Västra Hamngatan 25 AK2 133
Network: Rural Chairs: -
Organizer: Henry French Discussants: -
Leonard Baker : Internal Colonialism on Exmoor, c. 1818 – 1880.
Henry French : Tenant-Farmers and the Reclamation of Exmoor, 1840-1886.
Ralph Fyfe : Historical Knowledge and Contemporary Landscape Management
Francis Rowney : Nineteenth-Century Agricultural ‘Improvements’ Transformed Moorland Ecosystems on Exmoor: Insights from Palaeoecological Analyses


V-2 SOC03 Decolonising Empires: Transnational Actors and Social Reform in the Post-Imperial Balkan Spaces
Västra Hamngatan 25 AK2 134
Network: Social Inequality Chair: Marco H.D. van Leeuwen
Organizers: Michele Mioni, Marco H.D. van Leeuwen Discussants: -
Blendi Çali : Decolonization in the Political Discourse in Kosovo
Deona Cali : The League of Nations and Decolonization in Albania
Jill Massino : The Global South and Socialist Romania: State and Popular Perspectives


W-2 SPA02 Complex Source Analysis
Västra Hamngatan 25 AK2 135
Network: Spatial and Digital History Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Ulf Christian Ewert, Leif Scheuermann & Susanne Rau : Contemporary Perceptions of Trade: a Spatial Analysis of Trade Fair Calendars Published in the 16th and 17th Century
Maelle Le Roux : “A Midnight of Utter Despair”: Representations of the Irish Civil War in the Capuchin Annual Periodical (1930-1977)
Johan Malmstedt : The Same Old Song: Harmonic Complexity in Parliamentary Speeches, 1978 - 1988


X-2 POL02 Citizenship II: Legal Citizenship and Status
Västra Hamngatan 25 AK2 136 (Z)
Network: Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Izabela Dahl : Citizenship, identity and belonging. Jewish migrants from Poland in Sweden after 1968
Anne Epstein : Public Authority, Political Agency, and Gendered Citizenship in 20th Century France
Naïma Lafrarchi : Controversy at the Heart of History Teaching. Grasp 'the' Moment in 'History'
Bjarke Weiss : Christianity as a Civic Virtue? Contested Religion and Civic Identification in the Public Debate in Copenhagen, 1770–1773
Marek Wierzbicki : Interethnic Relations under Totalitarian Rule. A Case of the Soviet Occupation of Eastern Europe (1939-1941)


Y-2 ORA01 Oral History and Methodology
Västra Hamngatan 25 AK2 138
Network: Oral History Chair: Malin Thor Tureby
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Jesper Johansson : Narratives of Belonging – Intersections of Place, Space and Time in Archived Migrant Narratives from the Collection MIGTALKs
Alexander Prenninger : The Challenges of Secondary Analysis
Irena Saleniece : The Trajectory of Latvian Lives in the Context of Sovietization (1945-1991), in Oral History and Other Types of Historical Source
Samira Saramo : Mapping the Feelings of Finnish Migrant-Settler Places & Stories
Petra Schindler-Wisten : The Role of the Interviewer in Longitudinal Oral History Project



Wednesday 12 April 2023 14.00 - 16.00
A-3 WOM26 Women - Gender in Academia
Victoriagatan 13, A243
Networks: Education and Childhood , Women and Gender Chair: Kirsti Niskanen
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Dijana Dijanic Plesko : Education is for Everyone
Anna Horstmann : „I hate anything Chemical-female at all“. The Social Closure of Occupational Fields qua Gender using the Example of the German Chemical Industry in the 20th Century
Olga Tabachnikova, Natalia Vinokurova : Oral History through the Prism of Gender Research: Russian Scientists’ Preferences in the Sphere of Employment for the Younger Generation


B-3 AFR01a European Identities in Africa – Session 1: Going European
Victoriagatan 13, A252
Network: Africa Chair: Márcia Gonçalves
Organizers: Márcia Gonçalves, Márcia Gonçalves Discussants: -
Margret Frenz : My Club is My Castle. Goan Connections across Continents
Alexander Keese, Naïma Maggetti : What Remained of the Assimilation Paradigm? Late Colonial Senegal, Material Culture, Interaction, and Political Decolonization, 1945–1960
Eva Schalbroeck : The Unlikely ‘Fathers’ of European Identity in Belgian Colonial Africa: how Catholic Missionaries Navigated Racial Diversity and Modernity through ‘Europeanness’
Stephanie van Dam, Catia Antunes : Expertise & Whiteness as Social Capital: Sir Granville St John Orde Browne’s Imperial Career, 1883-1947


C-3 CUL10 Soviet Cultural and Education Policy
Victoriagatan 13, Victoriasalen
Network: Culture Chairs: -
Organizers: Christina Engelmann, Tobias Haberkorn, Ingrid Miethe Discussants: -
Christina Engelmann : “Self-education will therefore remain very important here in Russia for a long time”: Nadezhda K. Krupskaya and Soviet Education Policy
Tobias Haberkorn : Moscow’s Proletarian Museums: Education through Art of the Past
Franziska Haug : Alexandra Kollontai on the New Collective Type of Family and the Principle of Mutual Education as a Precondition for the Liberation of Women
Ingrid Miethe : “I don’t know which is more helpful, speaking up or keeping silent”: Clara Zetkin’s Perception of Developments in the Soviet Union


D-3 ASI04 History of Labour and Commodities in Asia
B21
Network: Asia Chair: Nandini Gooptu
Organizers: Nandini Gooptu, Sneha Krishnan Discussants: -
Komal Chauhan : Mapping ‘Weapons of the Weak’ among Dalit Women Agricultural Labourers in Western Uttar Pradesh
Sagarika Naik : Imperial Power, Race and the Intimacy in Asian Port Cities
Nisha Poyyaprath Rayaroth : Class Battles: Tales from Indian Circus
Arun Thomas : Making Ganja ‘Modern’: Botanizing Cannabis in the British Madras Presidency, South India, the 1920s -1930s


E-3 ECO04 New Uses of Individual Financial Instruments in Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Trade
B22
Network: Economic History Chair: Janine Maegraith
Organizers: Craig Muldrew, Joris van den Tol Discussant: Elise Dermineur Reuterswärd
Craig Muldrew : Measuring the Use of Inland Bills in Early Eighteenth Century England
Ellen Nye : Tax Farming Assignments as Credit Instruments in an Ottoman Era of Fiscal Innovation, 1690-1720.
Moto Takahashi : Savings Institutions in Eighteenth Century Japan
Joris van den Tol : Capital Colony: Credit on Barbados, 1634-1659


F-3 LAB03 Female Friendly Societies across Europe, 1840s-1940s: Labour, Health, and Mutual-aid
B23
Networks: Labour , Women and Gender Chair: Llorenç Ferrer Alos
Organizers: Llorenç Ferrer Alos, Alfons Zarzoso Discussant: Llorenç Ferrer Alos
Lars Fredrik Andersson, Bernard Harris & Liselotte Eriksson : Exploring Female Morbidity in Early 20th Century Sweden
Julien Caranton : Solidarity and Autonomy: Female Mutual Aid Societies in Grenoble (1840s-1914)
Jose Joaquin Garcia Gomez, Pilar Beneito López & Ángel Pascual Martínez Soto : Gender Pay Gap, Unionisation and Welfare during the Spanish Industrialisation (1870-1920)
Alba Masramon : Working Women’s Institut: Mutual Aid, Labour, Health and Female Agency (1920-1936)
Alfons Zarzoso : Regimes of Self-help: Female Mutual Aid Societies in Late 19th- and Early 20th-century Barcelona


G-3 LAB08 Labour, Capital and European Integration
B24
Networks: Labour , Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Fia Sundevall
Organizer: Johan Svanberg Discussants: -
Susanne Berghofer : The Swedish Textile and Clothing Industry – Crises and Opportunities as European Markets Opened, and International Trade Barriers Diminished
Marvin Schnippering : The German Trade Union Confederation (DGB) and the Balancing Act between German Interests and a European Spirit
Brian Shaev : Transnational Socialism, Welfare, and Social Policy in the early European Communities
Johan Svanberg : Trade-Union Internationalism in the Textile and Garment Sector and European Integration


H-3 CRI03 Migration and Crime in Early Modern Europe
B32
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Joachim Eibach
Organizers: Karlijn Luk, Samantha Sint Nicolaas, Samantha Sint Nicolaas Discussant: Joachim Eibach
Tina Adam : Migrants Face Trial in Bern: Migration Policy and its Impact on Criminal Justice in the Seventeenth Century
Karlijn Luk : Conflicts between Migrants and Locals in Early Modern Leiden and Rotterdam
Samantha Sint Nicolaas, Ariadne Schmidt : Zeroing in on the Criminal Migrant: Shifting Patterns in the Origins of Migrant Defendants in Early Modern Amsterdam, 1620-1790


I-3 THE02 Historicizing Traumatic Identities: Political and Cultural Contexts in Comparative Perspective
B33
Network: Theory Chair: Willemijn Ruberg
Organizers: Ido de Haan, Willemijn Ruberg Discussant: Ido de Haan
Ana Antic : Narratives of Loss and Suffering: Discourses of Post-war Trauma in 20-century Yugoslavia
Lara Bergers : Trauma and other Harm: Understanding the Emotional and Psychological Consequences of Sexual Violence in the 20th Century
Svenja Goltermann : The Politics of Trauma: Germany before and after 1989
Andrea Peto : Shame as the Illiberal Alternative to Trauma Discourse: Hungary’s ‘Monument to Women Raped in War’


J-3 ANT03 Cognitive Approaches to Ancient Greek History
B34
Network: Antiquity Chair: Douglas Cairns
Organizers: Samuel Ellis, Riccarda Schmid Discussant: Douglas Cairns
Samuel Ellis : I am your Father: the Pater Metaphor and its Effectiveness in Framing Sole Rule in the Greek Polis
Jakub Filonik : Citizenship as Metaphor: Framing belonging to the Polis in Classical Athens
Riccarda Schmid : Applicability and Accessibility: Framing-Effects in Athenian Oratory


K-3 ELI01 Elites, Civil Service and Politics: the Role of State Representatives in the Territory in Central and Eastern Europe (1860s–1940s)
B44 (Z)
Network: Elites and Forerunners Chair: Martin Klecacky
Organizers: Martin Klecacky, Judit Pál Discussant: Vlad Popovici
Stjepan Matkovic : Politics and Bureaucracy in Kingdoms of Croatia and Slavonia at the Turn of the 20th Century
Ploscaru Nelu Cristian : The Institution of the Prefecture in Romania (1864-1892): Between Political Networks and Social Relations of Patronage
Judit Pál : Changes in the Recruitment of Transylvanian Local Government Representatives (Lord Lieutenants) during and after the First World War
Martin Pekár : The Nature and Role of State Representatives in the Para-fascist Regime of the Slovak State (1939-1945) at the Regional and Local Level
Andrei Sora : A Path to an Ascending Career: the “Delegated Prefects” in Transylvania, 1918–1928


L-3 FAM15a Sibling Relations 1: Early Modern Noble Siblings. Situational Configurations between Alliance and Conflict
C22
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Margareth Lanzinger
Organizers: Siglinde Clementi, Margareth Lanzinger Discussant: Michaela Hohkamp
Benedetta Borello : Siblings and Half-siblings in Roman Noble Families (17th and 18th Centuries)
Siglinde Clementi : Noble Sibling Relations in the Step Constellation. Tyrol, 16th and 17th Centuries
Liesbeth Geevers : Runt of the Litter: Archduke Charles "the Posthumous" and his Many Older Siblings
Claudia Rapberger : Noble Sisters in their Correspondences in 17th Century Austria


M-3 ETH12 The History of the European Migration Regime
C24
Networks: Ethnicity and Migration , Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Philippe Rygiel
Organizer: Emmanuel Comte Discussants: Marcel Berlinghoff, Philippe Rygiel, Maria Chiara Vinciguerra
Emmanuel Comte : The History of the European Migration Regime
Leo Lucassen : The Rise of the European Migration Regime and its Paradoxes


N-3 ETH06 Migration and “Forced” Return to the Iberian Peninsula in Time of Crises
C32
Network: Ethnicity and Migration Chair: Cigdem Billur Ada
Organizer: Yvette Santos Discussants: -
Francisco Bernal García : The Forced Return of Emigrants during the Processes of Decolonisation of Spanish Territories in Africa (Second Half of the 20th Century). Comparative Notes
Alícia Gil Lázaro : The Forced Returns of Spanish Emigrants from Latin America during the Interwar Crises
Yvette Santos : Desirable or Undesirable? The Portuguese Emigrants and the Repatriation Process during the Great Depression from Brazil


O-3 EDU03 Demanding Justice: Survivor Activism Against Institutional Child Abuse
C33 (Z)
Network: Education and Childhood Chair: Johanna Sköld
Organizer: Katie Wright Discussant: Malin Arvidsson
Stine Grønbæk Jensen : Autobiographies as Activism among Care-leavers
Patricia Lundy : Activism and Historical Institutional Abuse
Sarah Smed : Sharing Painful Memories to Support Positive Change
Danny Taggert : Survivor Activism, Identity and Therapeutic Approaches to Participation in Child Abuse Inquiries
Katie Wright : Mobilising for Justice: Survivor Activism Against Institutional Child Abuse


P-3 MID03 Navigating the Normative and Juridical Framework in the Burgundian and Habsburg Low Countries
E43
Network: Middle Ages Chair: Klaas Van Gelder
Organizer: Tom De Waele Discussants: -
Tom De Waele : “To avoid all further lawsuits and difficulties”: Conflict, Dialogue and Pragmatic Strategies in Seigneuries of Burgundian and Habsburg Flanders
Adam Hall : Navigating Conflicts: Legal and Diplomatic Means of Managing Privateering and Ship Seizures in Burgundian-Habsburg Flanders and Holland-Zeeland (1440-1545)
Bente Marschall : Extra-territoriality and Legal Pluralism in Late Medieval Maastricht (15th Century)
Jurriaan Wink : Beyond Courts: Resolving Commercial Conflicts through Diplomacy in the North-eastern Low Countries during the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries


Q-3 MAT01a Auctions and Households. Comparative Perspectives across the Globe, 17th-20th Centuries I
E44
Network: Material and Consumer Culture Chair: Bruno Blondé
Organizers: Bruno Blondé, Anne Sophie Overkamp, Jon Stobart Discussant: Anne Sophie Overkamp
Elizabeth Harding : A Risky Profession in Transition: Selling Art and Books at Early Modern German Auctions in 18. Century Leipzig
Emma Hart : Selling People: The Auction as a Commercial Tool of the Early American Slave Trade
Jozias Kole, Bruno Blondé : Elite Household Estate Auctions in Eighteenth-century Antwerp and Amsterdam. A Comparative Exploration of Changing Practices and Values
Jon Stobart, Sara Pennell : ‘Genteel and Modern’: Auctioning the Household Belongings of Church of England Clergy, 1760-1840


R-3 HEA03a From the Workplace to the Death Bed: Conceptualising and Assessing Morbidity and Mortality in 19th and 20th Century Europe I
E45
Network: Health and Environment Chairs: -
Organizers: David Green, David Green Discussants: -
Ciara Breathnach : ‘Information Received’: Dublin City Coroner’s Court and Civil Registration of Death
Nadeche Diepgrond, Tim Riswick : From Sick Bed to Death Bed: Morbidity and Mortality in the Amsterdam Hospital, 1886-1896
Louise Ludvigsen : ‘The Vital Age”: Death of Young Adults in Copenhagen 1861-1911
Mathias Mølbak Ingholt : From a Traditional to a Modern Rationale: the Meaning of Intermittent Fever in Denmark, 1826-1886
Harry Smith : Codifying Morbidity: Links between Sickness and Death in the British Post Office 1861-1901


S-3 FAM02a Data & Methods I
SEB salen (Z)
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Jan Kok
Organizers: - Discussant: Glenn Sandström
Youssef Courbage : Demography as Mean to Overcome the Invisibility of the Palestinians
Alan Dearle, Graham Kirby & Özgür Akgün : Linking Swedish Records Posing as Scottish Data: Exploring Linkage Methodologies, the Effects of Missing Data and the Use of Graph Databases
Rick Mourits, Prats López, M. & Van Oort, T. & Ganzevoort, W. & Van Galen C. : Engaging the Crowd: Citizen Science for Historical Demography
Barbara Revuelta-Eugercios, Asbjørn Thomsen & Nicolai Rask Mathiesen & Olivia Robinson & Anne Løkke : Occupation, Position in the Household and Socio-economic Status in 19th Century Denmark: Combining Historical Expertise and Automated Methods to Code Millions of Strings


T-3 WOM03b An Inclusive History of Women’s Labour Activism: Forms and Scales of Organizing and the Politics of Women’s Work II
Volvosalen
Networks: Labour , Women and Gender Chair: Manuela Martini
Organizers: Selin Cagatay, Jelena Tesija Discussants: Ulf Brunnbauer, Daniela Koleva
Alexandra Ghit : “From an Organizational Point of View, We Must Learn Everything”: International Cooperation and Women’s Trade Union Education in Early-1990s Romania
Jelena Tesija : Converging Divergent Systems: Yugoslav Women Co-operators and the International Co-operative Women’s Guild in the 1950s
Eszter Varsa : Gender, Anarchist Thought and Women in the Agrarian Socialist Movement in Hungary and Internationally, 1890s-1900s
Susan Zimmermann : A Dance Around a “Sacred Cow”: Trade Unions, the ILO, and Women’s Third Shift in the Hungarian Textile Industry, 1960s and 1970s


U-3 RUR01 Agricultural Improvement and Foreign Models: How Agricultural Improvement in Germany and Russia Got on Track
Västra Hamngatan 25 AK2 133
Network: Rural Chair: Göran Rydén
Organizers: Marten Seppel, Keith Tribe Discussant: Göran Rydén
Tracy Dennison : Improving the Crown Demesnes: Land Reform in Russia and in Prussia
Verena Lehmbrock : Untangling the Histories of Economy and Science: the Personae of Agricultural Improvement
Marten Seppel : Prussian, Danish and other Foreign Models in the Debates over Serfdom and Agricultural Improvement in the Baltic Provinces of Russia, 1750-1820
Keith Tribe : Setting an Example: Representations of English Agriculture in the Later Eighteenth Century


V-3 SOC04 Disability and Tourism from the 19th to the 21st Century
Västra Hamngatan 25 AK2 134
Network: Social Inequality Chair: Neelam Srivastava
Organizers: Martino Lorenzo Fagnani, Luciano Maffi Discussant: Neelam Srivastava
Trinidad Domínguez Vila : The Influence of Disability Models on the Development of Tourism for People with Disabilities from 1900 to the Present
Martino Lorenzo Fagnani : Mediterranean Environment, Disabilities, and Tourism: Scientific Debates in the Early 19th Century
Giovanni Gregorini, Maria Paola Pasini : The Rock Carvings in Valle Camonica: the First Italian Unesco Site has become more Accessible
Stefano Magagnoli, Luciano Maffi : Disability and Religious Tourism in Twentieth Century Italy: the Case of Oftal
Lotta Vikström, Johan Junkka & Erling Häggström Lundevaller : Occupational Opportunities among Disabled and Non-disabled Groups in Swedish Populations from the 1800s until 1959


W-3 SPA01 Archives
Västra Hamngatan 25 AK2 135
Network: Spatial and Digital History Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Milan Balaban, Jan Herman : Digital Archive of the Bata Company
Gerben Zaagsma : Uncovering the Forgotten Roots of Digital History: the Association for History and Computing
Douwe Zeldenrust : Managing Humanities Research Data and Collections, the Records Continuum Model and the Collections of the Meertens Institute


X-3 POL03 Anarchism and Global Antifascist Politics
Västra Hamngatan 25 AK2 136 (Z)
Network: Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chairs: -
Organizer: Tom Goyens Discussants: -
Spencer Beswick : Anarchist Anti-Fascism: Love and Rage and Anti-Racist Action in the Late Twentieth Century
Tom Goyens : Friedrich Kniestedt and Anti-Nazi Politics in Brazil during the 1930s
Dieter Nelles : Anarchosyndicalism versus Antifacism. The Conflict Between the IWMA and the CNT/FAI during the Spanish Civil War
Kenyon Zimmer : An Accidental Antifascist Network: Deportation, America’s First Red Scare, and Transnational Resistance


Y-3 ORA02 Oral History and Public History
Västra Hamngatan 25 AK2 138
Network: Oral History Chair: Jakub Galeziowski
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Elmar Gams : Kogu Me Lugu - a Collection of Personal Stories of Estonia from the 20th Century
Leslie McCartney : Preserving the Unangax? (Alaska Aleut) Cuttlefish Project Recordings
Santiago Ponsoda-López de Atalaya, Rubén Blanes-Mora : Teaching History through Oral History: an Educational Experience in the Training of History Teachers
Iben Vyff : “It hurts like hell, I tell you” – Oral History and Memories at Museums



Wednesday 12 April 2023 16.30 - 18.30
B-4 AFR01b European Identities in Africa – Session 2: Going African
Victoriagatan 13, A252
Network: Africa Chair: Márcia Gonçalves
Organizers: Márcia Gonçalves, Márcia Gonçalves Discussants: -
Françoise Blum, Ophélie Rillon : Europeans and/or Africans: Métis Trajectories
Julien Charnay : The « Lebanese Issue » in Dakar from the Second World War to the Independence of French West Africa (Afrique Occidentale Française). A Middlemen Minority seen from a Colonial Outlook
Ruhan Fourie : We are not Europeans, we are of Africa as any other Person is of Africa”: Afrikaner Africanisation in the Wake of Decolonisation
Gabriele Montalbano : Latin Africa. An Euro-African Colonial Project. The Case of the Italian Migrants in French Protectorate of Tunisia


C-4 CUL04 Changing Historical Culture: Narrating a Nation in a State of Flux
Victoriagatan 13, Victoriasalen
Network: Culture Chair: Jukka Kortti
Organizer: Jukka Kortti Discussant: Stefan Berger
Rami Mähkä : Ice Hockey as Finnish Cultural History’
Aleksi Marti : A Defence Victory or a Broken Mirror? Upper Secondary School Students´Narratives on Finland and the Role of Finns in the Second World War
Mari Viita-aho : The Finnish National Museum Redefining its Practices in ‘The Story of Finland’-exhibition


D-4 ELI04 Responses in Hard Times. Ruling Emergencies in Mediterranean Cities and Territories
B21
Network: Elites and Forerunners Chair: Mauro Carboni
Organizers: Isabella Cecchini, Idamaria Fusco, Geltrude Macrì Discussant: Francesca Ferrando
Isabella Cecchini : Business Communities in Hard Times: Venice in the 1620s
Idamaria Fusco : Governing Emergencies in the Kingdom of Naples at the End of the Seventeenth Century
Geltrude Macrì : Urban Patriciate and Emergency Management in Palermo in the First Half of the 17th Century
Mariarosaria Rescigno : Bureaucratic Elites and Land Management: Abruzzo citeriore in the French Decade (1806-1815). Stories of Emergency


E-4 ECO19 The Causes and Effects of Economic Inequality since 1700
B22
Network: Economic History Chair: Christiaan van Bochove
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Alfonso Diez Minguela, Alicia Gómez-Tello & Francisco J. Beltrán Tapia & Julio Martinez-Galarraga & Daniel A. Tirado-Fabregat : State Capacity and the Uneven Cost of Nation Building: Language Mismatch and Literacy Levels in Valenciaaaa
Jonas Geweke, Katja Rost & Malte Doehne : Determinants of Early Modern State Capacity: the Case of Swiss City-States, 1650-1798
Mikolaj Malinowski : Incredible Commitment: Oligarchy and State Failure in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
Gianni Marciante : When Nation Building Goes South: Draft Evasion, Government Repression, and the Origins of the Sicilian Mafia


F-4 SEX12 New Books session
B23
Network: Sexuality Chair: Andrew DJ Shield
Organizers: - Discussants: Laura Kelly, Agnieszka Koscianska
Michael Rosenfeld : The Italian Invert. A Gay Man’s Intimate Confessions to Émile Zola


G-4 LAB04 Histories of Minimum Wage Struggles
B24
Network: Labour Chair: Jenny Jansson
Organizer: Silke Neunsinger Discussants: -
Samuel Andreas Admasie : Lineages of Minimum Wages in Ethiopia
Silke Neunsinger : Minimum Wages in the Indian Bidi Industry - a Journey from Ahmedabad to Geneva
Shobhana Warrier : MInimum Wages in India during the 1st Half of the 20th Century


H-4 CRI04 Outsiders before the Law
B32
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Sanne Muurling
Organizers: Margo DeKoster, Jeannette Kamp Discussant: Joachim Eibach
Margo DeKoster : 'Nights on Request’, Removing Local Nuisances and Arresting Masterless Strangers. The Policing of Vagrancy in Late-nineteenth-century Brussels and Antwerp
Jeannette Kamp : To the City and into Crime? A Comparative Perspective on Migrant and Local Offenders in 19th Century Rotterdam and Amsterdam
Jasper Segerink : Containing the Flow. Monitoring and Controlling Mobility in the Accommodation Sector, Antwerp (1850-1914)
Maïté Van Vyve : In Hot Pursuit. Chasing the Trail of Migrants from the Tsarist Empire by the Belgian and Russian Police (1880-1914)


I-4 REL01 Christian Martyrs in the 19th and 20th Century: on Devotion, Politics & Consumerism
B33
Network: Religion Chair: Silvia Evangelisti
Organizers: Leonardo Rossi, Kristof Smeyers, Tine Van Osselaer Discussants: -
Mary Heimann : Cold War Martyrology in 1950s Central Europe
Natalia Núñez Bargueño : The Politics of Sainthood in Contemporary Spain (20th-21st Centuries)
Leonardo Rossi : “Do you have any doubts? Well, keep it to yourself.” Ecclesiastical Debate, Historical Revisionism, and Popular Devotions to the Early Christian Martyrs in the 19th and 20th Century
Kristof Smeyers : Missionaries after Death: how the Martyrs of Shanxi and Patong came Home
Tine Van Osselaer : Catacomb Romanticism. On the Intersection between Devotion and Consumerism in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Century.


J-4 POL14 Archives and Documents in Political History
B34
Network: Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Diego Moreno Galilea : The Regional Press as Documentary Heritage: the Construction of the Autonomous Community of La Rioja through Nueva Rioja
Natália Váradi : The Hungarian Revolution of 1956 in the KGB Documents Held in Sectoral State Archive of the Security Service of Ukraine and the State Archive of Transcarpathian Oblast


K-4 SPE01 ELHN meeting
B44 (Z)
Network: Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -


L-4 FAM15b Sibling Relations 2: Modes of Sharing - Siblinghood at the Turn of the Modern Era
C22
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Michaela Hohkamp
Organizer: Michaela Hohkamp Discussant: Siglinde Clementi
Florian Andretsch : Non-partitioned Patrimonies Sharing Lower and Upper Austrian Noble Lordships in Fraternal Community, ca. 1600
Stefani Engelstein : Sibling Structures: Nation, State, and Family
Sophie Ruppel : Sharing Knowledge: Brothers in Science around 1800
Charlotte Zweynert : Shared Economies. Sibling Households of Writers around 1800


M-4 ETH13 Migration and Health
C24
Networks: Ethnicity and Migration , Health and Environment Chair: Linda Reeder
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Margo Anderson : The 2020 U.S. Census: Trump, the Pandemic, and Threats to Democracy
Olle Jansson : A Reluctant Retreat. Attempts by the Swedish Medical Association to Obstruct the Immigration of Physicians in Early Post-war Sweden
Jose G. Moreno : The Social-Historical and Health Effects Of COVID-19 Among United States Essential Mexican and Latina/o Farmworkers
Aiko Nishikida : Comparative Analysis of Coping Measures for COVID-19 in the Host Countries of Middle Eastern Migrants-Refugees


N-4 ETH03 Finns in the Soviet Union, 1917-1964
C32
Network: Ethnicity and Migration Chair: Aleksi Mainio
Organizer: Aappo Kähönen Discussant: Aleksi Mainio
Jesse Hirvelä : Red Saviours: Finnish Immigrants and the Colonization of Soviet Ingria in the 1920s
Ira Jänis-Isokangas : Finnish Special Settlers and their Guards in the Ural Region
Aappo Kähönen : Finnish Everyday Bolshevism in the Murman Coast in the 1930s
Sami Outinen : Interactive Database on Finns in Russia 1917–1964: Destinies, Deaths and Social Background


O-4 EDU04 Educational Miracles under Empirical Scrutiny: Schooling, Inequality and Economic Development in the Nordic Countries and Switzerland
C33 (Z)
Network: Education and Childhood Chair: Jarmo Peltola
Organizer: Sakari Saaritsa Discussant: David Mitch
Anne Berg, Johanna Ringarp & Emma Laurin : From the Sidelines? The Role of the Academic Field and Social Movements in the Rise of Integration Policies regarding SEN-pupils in Sweden 1960s-1990s
Joël Floris, Stefan Kessler & Gabriela Wüthrich : Switzerland's Secret Success Story? Vocational Education and Industrialisation in Switzerland, 1880-1930
Heidi Hirvonen : Educational Inequality in Early 20th Century Finland
Francesco Maccelli, Gabriele Cappelli : The Political Economy of Primary-education State Funding: France and Italy in the Late 19th Century
Sakari Saaritsa : The Impoverished Insophisticate: Human and Economic Development in Finland, 19th-20th Centuries


P-4 URB01 Exploring the Everyday Experience of Urban Space in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
E43
Network: Urban Chair: Christina Reimann
Organizer: Anneleen Arnout Discussant: Sophie Cooper
Anneleen Arnout : E-motion. Urban Mobility, Life Writing and the ‘Emotional’ Sense of Place of Urban Dwellers in London ca. 1900
Maja Hultman : Everyday Spaces of the Urban ‘Other’: GIS, Quantitative Sources, and Emotions
Jacinta Mallon : Mass Observation and Experiences of Urban Home-loss in Second World War Britain


Q-4 MAT01b Auctions and Households. Comparative Perspectives across the Globe, 17th-20th Centuries II
E44
Network: Material and Consumer Culture Chair: Jon Stobart
Organizers: Bruno Blondé, Anne Sophie Overkamp, Jon Stobart Discussants: -
Kerry Bristol : Buying Old? Selling New? Auctioneers and St James’s Square, London, in the Long Eighteenth Century
Kristina Lilja : The Paths of Demand: the Auction Trade of Clothing in Sweden, 1830-1900
Anne Sophie Overkamp : A Window of Opportunity – the Country House Sales at Haus Hueth, 1792-1827
Claudia Ravazzolo : Public Auctions of Household Effects in Urban and Rural Bern (17th and 18th Century)


R-4 HEA03b From the Workplace to the Death Bed: Conceptualising and Assessing Morbidity and Mortality in 19th and 20th Century Europe II
E45
Network: Health and Environment Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Helene Castenbrandt : Unable to Work: the Long-term Sick and the Role of the Diagnosis for Invalidity Pension in Sweden, 1914-1962
Joe Chick : Under the Weather: The Effects of Outdoor Work on Health for Postal Workers and Metropolitan Policemen, 1860-1908
Tobias Karlsson : The Gender Gap in Sick Leave: Evidence from Twentieth Century Sweden
Holly Marley : ‘Weeding Out’ the ‘Weakly Subject’: Medical Screening in the Post Office, 1855-1914
Natasha Preger : Occupational Health and the Life-Cycle in the British Post Office, 1870 – 1914


S-4 FAM02b Data & Methods II
SEB salen (Z)
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Grazyna Liczbinska
Organizers: - Discussant: Rick Mourits
Samantha Nordholt Aagaard : Internal Migration Trajectories of Women in Denmark in the 19th Century – New Perspectives
Göran Broström, Tommy Bengtsson : A Hazards Approach to the Biometric Analysis of Infant Mortality
Olivia Robinson, Nicolai Mathiesen & Asbjørn Thomsen & Barbara Revuelta-Eugercios : Where are All the Women in our Linked Datasets? Exploring Bias in Automatic Linking Methods using Data from Link-Lives (1845-1901)
Samuel Sundvall, Glenn Sandström & Johan Junkka : The Impact of Migration Flows on the Population Structure of the Northern Swedish Inland, 1900-1950


T-4 WOM05 Biographical Methods and Social History: Gender and Experience in Witchcraft
Volvosalen
Networks: Religion , Women and Gender Chair: Louise Hauberg Lindgaard
Organizer: Raisa Toivo Discussants: -
Louise Nyholm Kallestrup : Christian IV of Denmark and the Experience of Witchcraft
Raisa Toivo : The Village Witch Alone in the Forest or Social Experiences from a Distance?


U-4 RUR04 Elementary Agricultural Education: Practices, Cultures, and Policies (19th-20th Cent.)
Västra Hamngatan 25 AK2 133
Network: Rural Chair: Luciano Maffi
Organizers: Luciano Maffi, Omar Mazzotti Discussant: Luciano Maffi
Omar Mazzotti : The Agricultural Education in Italian Primary Schools: Culture, Institutions and Policies (1861-1914)
Attila Nóbik : "What can a Teacher do in the Field of Beekeeping?" Elementary Teachers in an Apiculture Journal


V-4 SOC05 Everyday Life during Communism in East-Central Europe. A Transregional Perspective
Västra Hamngatan 25 AK2 134
Network: Social Inequality Chair: Carolina García Sanz
Organizer: Mioara Anton Discussants: -
Mioara Anton : Paradoxes of Corruption in Late Socialist Romania. Survival Strategies and Informal Economy during the Ceausescu Regime
Anna Calori : Envisioning the Global: Everyday Life in a Yugoslav Corporation
Agnes Fulemile, Balázs Balogh : Folk Fans and Rock Fans. Youth, Cultural Alternatives, Resilience, and Grassroots Resistance in Socialist Hungary
Mara Marginean : Differentiation in the Making: Environmental Policies and Residential Segregation of Roma Industrial Workers in Late Socialist Romania
Zdenek Nebrensky : Rural Man and Urban Woman Politics of Marriage in Czechoslovakia and Poland, 1949-1968


W-4 URB04 Experiences of Urban Space through Different Media
Västra Hamngatan 25 AK2 135
Network: Urban Chair: Anna-Lisa Müller
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Shahal B : Multisensorial Boundaries between Urban and Non-urban: a Study on Playing Film Songs in Private Buses of Kerala, India
Samuel Holleran : Stone, Dirt, and Brick: Ash Remains in the Built Environment
Vladimir Rizov : A Walk in Thomas Annan's Glasgow: Documentary Photography, Class, and Urban Space
Harutyun Vermishyan : Diagnose the "Post-Soviet" by Exploring the Urban Space: the Case of Yerevan


X-4 POL04 Early European Climate Policy - Conflict and Compromise
Västra Hamngatan 25 AK2 136 (Z)
Network: Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Martin Hultman
Organizers: Kristoffer Ekberg, Kristoffer Ekberg, Stephen Milder Discussant: Martin Hultman
Ann-Kristin Bergquist, Thomas David : Business Inaction: the International Chamber of Commerce and Responses to Climate Change 1970s—1980s
Christophe Bonneuil : Parallel Diplomacy. French Government and French Oil Companies in the International and European Arenas of Climate Policy, 1979-1993
Kristoffer Ekberg, Thomas David : Green Self-regulation – Swedish Industry Mobilization against Environmental Protection
Stephen Milder : Trusting the Science, Seeking Consensus: the Emergence of Climate Politics in 1980s West Germany


Y-4 ORA03 Oral History and Family Memory
Västra Hamngatan 25 AK2 138
Network: Oral History Chair: Samira Saramo
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Tiiu Jaago : Mothers and Daughters: either Intergenerational Conflict or Conciliatory Negotiation?
Michael John : Rich, Philanthropic, Rothschild. Aspects of a Family History and its Perception
Ulla Savolainen : Mnemonic Affordances of Family Photographs: Exploring Memorability of Soviet Repression of Ingrian Finns on Multiple Scales
Radmila Svarickova Slabakova : Family Memories, Oral Histories and the Senses


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