Preliminary Programme

Showing: Culture (all days)
Wed 12 April
    08.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00
    16.30 - 18.30

Thu 13 April
    08.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00
    16.30 - 18.30

Fri 14 April
    08.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00
    16.30 - 18.30

Sat 15 April
    08.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00

All days
Wednesday 12 April 2023 08.30 - 10.30
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)



Wednesday 12 April 2023 11.00 - 13.00
B-2 CUL15 Social Approaches to Cultural History
Victoriagatan 13, A252
Network: Culture Chair: Fernando Mouta
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



Wednesday 12 April 2023 14.00 - 16.00
C-3 CUL10 Soviet Cultural and Education Policy
Victoriagatan 13, Victoriasalen
Network: Culture Chair: Verena März
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



Wednesday 12 April 2023 16.30 - 18.30
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
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



Thursday 13 April 2023 08.30 - 10.30
C-5 CUL05 Colonial Knowledges in the Baltic Sea Region
Victoriagatan 13, Victoriasalen
Network: Culture Chair: John Hennessey
Organizers: Johanna Skurnik, Mikko Toivanen Discussant: John Hennessey
Marta Grzechnik : Colonial Knowledge in Interwar Poland: the Case of the Maritime and Colonial League
Mads Langballe Jensen : The Law of Nature and Nations and the Shaping of Danish Colonial Knowledge on the Guinea Coast in the 1770s and 1780s
Johanna Skurnik : Publishing Global Knowledges and Popularizing Colonial Geographies in Finland in the 1920s
Mikko Toivanen, Lisa Hellmann : Coerced Circulation of Knowledge: 18th-century Swedish Prisoners of War in Russia and Central Asia



Thursday 13 April 2023 14.00 - 16.00
C-7 CUL07 Historical and Theoretical Perspectives on Women's Strikes
Victoriagatan 13, Victoriasalen
Network: Culture Chair: Katarina Leppänen
Organizer: Valgerdur Palmadottir Discussant: Katarina Leppänen
Julia Kubisa, Katarzyna Rakowska : Was it a Strike? Notes on the Polish Women‘s Strike and the Strike of Parents of Persons with Disabilities
Heidi Kurvinen : The Strike for Equality (1970) in the Nordic Media
Valgerdur Palmadottir : Struggle or Celebration? Solidarity and Conflicts in the Organisation of the Women's Day off in Iceland in 1975
Eva Schmitz : Fleeting Solidarity: Two Women's Strikes in Sweden in 1974



Thursday 13 April 2023 16.30 - 18.30
C-8 CUL08 How to Use ‘Dissonant Heritage’ in Tourism
Victoriagatan 13, Victoriasalen
Network: Culture Chair: Martino Lorenzo Fagnani
Organizers: Luciano Maffi, Maria Paola Pasini Discussant: Martino Lorenzo Fagnani
Carlo Baderna : A Difficult Heritage from Fascist Era: the Case of Bolzano
Luciano Maffi, Maria Paola Pasini : The Social Republic on Lake Garda: from the Removal to the Critical Recovery of a Dissonant Heritage for Tourism
Maija Rozite, Aija Van der Steina : Holocaust Related Sites in Latvia: between Dark Past and Tourism Development
Neelam Srivastava : A Forgotten Rome: Excavating Italy’s Postcolonial Archive



Friday 14 April 2023 08.30 - 10.30
C-9 CUL09a Past Futures I: an Individual Perspective on Temporality and Future Practice(s), 16th – 20th Centuries
Victoriagatan 13, Victoriasalen
Network: Culture Chair: Jeroen Puttevils
Organizers: Elisabeth Heijmans, Jeroen Puttevils Discussants: -
Sara Budts, Elisabeth Heijmans : Secularization of Future Thinking in Practice: a Comparison between English and French Merchant Letters (16th-18th Century)
Sanne Hermans : The Foundation of a Joint Future: the Relation between Trust and Temporality in the Correspondence of the Dutch Merchant Claes van Adrichem, 1585–1597
Jasper van der Steen : Dynastic Extinction as a Calculated Risk. Planning for the Future in the Premodern House of Nassau



Friday 14 April 2023 11.00 - 13.00
C-10 CUL09b Past Futures II: an Institutional Perspective on Temporality and Future Practice(s), 16th – 20th Centuries
Victoriagatan 13, Victoriasalen
Network: Culture Chair: Elisabeth Heijmans
Organizers: Elisabeth Heijmans, Jeroen Puttevils Discussant: Jeroen Puttevils
Tilman Haug : ‘Nothing of its kind has ever appeared before in the World’ – Financial Projects, Lotteries and the Construction of Economic Futures in Early Eighteenth-century Germany
Jamie Pietruska : “Weather is the Nation’s Business”: Public Good, Private Enterprise, and Epistemic Authority in U.S. Weather and Hurricane Forecasting
Joris van Eijnatten, Pim Huijnen : Something Happened to the Future (2). Reconstructing Temporalities in Dutch newspapers, 1750-1990



Friday 14 April 2023 14.00 - 16.00
K-11 WOM22 Gender and Women's Stories, Narratives
B44 (Z)
Networks: Culture , Women and Gender Chair: Marianna Muravyeva
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Anna Di Giusto : Paper Women. The Construction of Feminist Identity through Comics in the 1970s
Pauline Mari Hernando : Of Women and Corporeal Experiences: A Critical Inquiry on the Grotesque Politicking in the Philippines
Emily January Petersen : Diverse Histories: Responsibly Expanding Research Practices to Marginalized Communities
Sneha Krishnan : How to tell a Murder Mystery: Race, Domesticity, and Violence in Colonial Madras
Radhika Raghav : Nationalizing the Iconography of Celebrity: the World of Female Impersonators


X-11 CUL02 Anarchist and Anti-Authoritarian Cultural Politics in Europe and the Americas, Late 1800s-Late 1900s
Västra Hamngatan 25 AK2 136 (Z)
Network: Culture Chair: Kirwin Shaffer
Organizer: Kirwin Shaffer Discussant: Rosalía Romero
Allan Antliff : Cosmopolitan Anarchy—Ananda Coomarswamy on Walt Whitman
Constance Bantman : Anarchist Cultural Politics in France before 1914 and its Global Dissemination
Montse Feu : Antifascist Graphic Art in U.S. Hispanic Periodicals (1936-1975)
María Migueláñez Martínez : Anarchist Publishing in the Americas. Strategies, Rhythms of Production, and Cross-border Circulation of Books and Knowledge in the Continental Libertarian Movement (1890-1910)
Louie Dean Valencia : Acting Up in Post-Franco Spain: Dismantling the Queerphobic State during the HIV/AIDS Crisis



Friday 14 April 2023 16.30 - 18.30
C-12 CUL03 Anarchist Arts and Cultural Politics in Latin America, Late 1800s-Mid 1900s
Victoriagatan 13, Victoriasalen
Network: Culture Chair: Kenyon Zimmer
Organizer: Kirwin Shaffer Discussant: María Migueláñez Martínez
Geoffroy de Laforcade : Framing Cultural Politics in Diverse Working-Class Traditions: Anarchism and Narratives of Time, Place and Supra-National Identity in Argentina
Steven Hirsch : Peruvian Anarchist Cultural Politics (1890s-1920s): Gazing toward South America and the Andes
Rosalía Romero : Women, Anarcha-Feminism, and the Avant-Garde in Brazil and Mexico, 1910s-1920s
Kirwin Shaffer : The Cultural Politics of Anarchist Literature, Art, and Graphics in Cold War Cuba, 1950-1961



Saturday 15 April 2023 08.30 - 10.30
C-13 CUL12 Historiographic Approaches to Eastern Europe
Victoriagatan 13, Victoriasalen
Network: Culture Chair: Carolina García Sanz
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Stepan Blinder : In Ordinem, qui est Modus Agendi: Reconceptualizing Spatial Navigation in the University Libraries of the Early Modern Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
Dénes Legeza : The Impact of 'Promise of Rewards' on the Creation of Works
Maria Tatar-Dan : Culture, Tourism and National Identity in Transylvania in the Interwar Period
Anca Elisabeta Tatay, Ana Catan-Spenchiu : Text and Image in Old Romanian Books on Napoleonic Wars Printed in Buda (1814-1815)
Nikolai Vukov : Cultures of Remembrance, Politics of Commemoration: Transborder Memorial Visits to the Sites of Bulgaria’s Participation in World War II



Saturday 15 April 2023 11.00 - 13.00
C-14 CUL13 Politics, Identity and Activism: Historiographic Discourses
Victoriagatan 13, Victoriasalen
Network: Culture Chair: Heidi Kurvinen
Organizers: - Discussant: Heidi Kurvinen
Reetta Hänninen : First and Only. Tekla Hultin’s Self-identity as a Pioneering Female Journalist and a Politician
Taichi Kochiya : Disorder and Boykott around Beer in 19th Century Germany
Anna Stein : Why can't we be like the Vikings?
Keira Williams : “Hell Has Overtook You”: Sex, Race, Music, and Violence in Mid-Century Myrtle Beach, South Carolina


W-14 CUL06 Heritages of Hunger: Legacies of European Famines in Education, Art and Musealization
Västra Hamngatan 25 AK2 135
Network: Culture Chair: Ingrid De Zwarte
Organizer: Marguerite Corporaal Discussants: -
Anne-Lise Bobeldijk, Charley Boerman : Teaching the Holodomor: a Comparative Analysis of a Changing Victim/perpetrator Narrative in the Memory of the Holodomor in Post-Soviet Ukraine
Miguel Ángel Del Arco Blanco, Deborah Madden : The Spanish Years of Hunger (1939-52): the Lack of Musealisation of a Traumatic Past
Lotte Jensen : Famine and ‘Hongersnood’: Literary Legacies of the 1845-47 Food Crises in Ireland and the Netherlands.
Anne van Mourik : Germans as Victims of WWII: the Representation of Hunger Legacies in German Textbooks (1950-2000)



Saturday 15 April 2023 14.00 - 16.00
J-15 CUL11 Tourism, Culture and Memory from 1880 until 1940: the Role of Tourism in Shaping the European Culture and Memory
B34
Network: Culture Chair: Donatella Strangio
Organizer: Patrizia Battilani Discussant: Donatella Strangio
Patrizia Battilani : Cultural Tourism and the Organization and Promotion of Museums at the Turn of the 20th Century
Steve Hagimont : Tourist Development, Modernization and Search for Authenticity in the Pyrenees (around 1880-1940)
Petra Kavrecic : Memorial Practices and Tourism in the Borderland Territory of Western Slovenia. The Case of WWI Battlefield
Carlos Larrinaga : Tourism and the Universal Exhibitions as a Cultural Phenomenon in Spain (1888-1929)


N-15 CUL14 Rethinking Tradition: Folklore, Rituals and Arts
C32
Network: Culture Chair: Anna Maria Stagno
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Kristian Aarup : Between Creatures and Traditions – a Study on the Notion and Materiality of Danish Folklore
Federica Calabrese : The Glastonbury Goddess Temple: Spaces of Life, Consumption, Ancestral Rituals in a Contemporary Context
Ana Machado : The ‘Irmandade de Santa Cecília de Lisboa’ in the International Context: Crossed Views on Guilds and Confraternities of Musicians in Europe and Brazil
Inez Beatriz Martins Gonçalves : The Global Circulation of Musicians, Instruments and Repertories in the Long 19th Century: Luigi Maria Smido, an Italian Musician in Brazil


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