Preliminary Programme

Showing: room G (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
G-1 CRI01 Crime and Police Cooperation in the Ibero-American Atlantic. 1870-1940
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

Wednesday 12 April 2023 11.00 - 13.00
G-2 CRI02 Interrogating Interrogations: Knowledge and Power in Modern Criminal Justice
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Xavier Rousseaux
Organizer: Elwin Hofman Discussants: -
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

Wednesday 12 April 2023 14.00 - 16.00
G-3 CRI03 Migration and Crime in Early Modern Europe
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Joachim Eibach
Organizers: Karlijn Luk, 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

Wednesday 12 April 2023 16.30 - 18.30
G-4 CRI04 Outsiders before the Law
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Joachim Eibach
Organizer: Margo DeKoster 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
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)

Thursday 13 April 2023 08.30 - 10.30
G-5 CRI06 Witchcraft and Authority in the Godly State
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Louise Nyholm Kallestrup
Organizer: Louise Nyholm Kallestrup Discussant: Louise Nyholm Kallestrup
Lionel Dorthe : Lausanne (Switzerland) 1573-1576: a Witch-hunt to Maintain Faith and Independence?
Louise Hauberg Lindgaard : The King’s Lieutenants’ Role in the Danish Witch Trials
Michaela Valente : Witches and Politics: Bodin and James VI

Thursday 13 April 2023 11.00 - 13.00
G-6 CRI13 The Business of Security
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Marion Pluskota
Organizers: - Discussants: -
David Churchill, Miranda Clow : Business, Labour and Violent Crime: Managing the Risk of Bank Robbery in Postwar Britain
Björn Furuhagen : Policing without Police. Private Security Guards in Swedish Municipalities during the 20th Century
Anders Pedersson : "It is too Easy to Steal!": Private and Public Interests in the Fight against Property Crime in Sweden ca 1935-1960
Sarah Wilson : Aligning History and Social Science Theory: Financial Crime and the Nineteenth-century Origins of Criminal Acts and Actors not Conforming to ‘Popular Stereotypes’

Thursday 13 April 2023 14.00 - 16.00
G-7 CRI07 Legal Semantics and Practice
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Sarah Wilson
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Sarah Bloch : “The Head did not fall on the First Strike”– Public Executions in Switzerland during the 19th Century
Sara Butler : Inquests of Hate and Spite: what can we Learn about the Medieval English Legal System from Inquests for Bail?
Christian De Vito : Sedimented Norms and Punitive Practices in the Eighteenth-century Spanish Empire
Diogo Paiva : Perspectives on the Mortality of Portuguese Convicts in the 19th Century and Degredo as a Death Sentence in Disguise

Thursday 13 April 2023 16.30 - 18.30
G-8 ELI08 Demographics, Child Care and Social Planning
Network: Elites and Forerunners Chair: Radu Nedici
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Ovidiu Iudean, Nicoleta Maria Heged?s : The Presidents of the Orphan Courts in Eastern Hungary and Transylvania, 1876-1914. A Comparative Prosopographic Approach
Laurentiu Radvan : Professionals Settled in Moldavia: Agents of Change and Representatives of the New Urban Elite (Second Part of the 18th Century - First Part of the 19th Century)

Friday 14 April 2023 08.30 - 10.30
G-9 CRI09 Race, Ethnicity and Criminal Justice
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Vivien Miller
Organizers: - Discussants: -
François Fenchel, Renée Brassard : Between Recognition and Imposition: the Itinerant Court of the Judicial District of Abitibi and Resistance to White Justice in Northern Quebec (1974-1995)
Lizzie Seal : Portrayals of People of Colour as Criminals and Victims in the Local Press in Cardiff, 1870-1925
Heather Shore : Discrimination and Difference: Race and Ethnicity in the British Borstal System, c. 1969 to c. 1993

Friday 14 April 2023 11.00 - 13.00
G-10 CRI10 Gender Violence and Domesticity
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Krista Kesselring
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Johanna Annola : “Risky” Women and Forced Labour: Spinhouse Women in Nineteenth-century Finland
Anna Kantanen : Intimate Partner Homicides at the End of 19th Century and the Beginning of 20th Century
Vivien Miller, Katherine Watson : Toxic Masculinity? An Anglo-American Comparative Study of Nineteenth-Century Criminal Poisoning by Fathers
Rachel Newell : ‘The Same Injury was not Done as in the Case of a Man’: Female Bigamy and Society in Ulster, 1880s-1920s

Friday 14 April 2023 16.30 - 18.30
G-12 CRI12 Modernizing the Police
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Eveline Bouwers
Organizers: - Discussants: -
David Cox : Quis custodiet ipsos custodes - Who Guards the Guards? Offending by British Prison Officials 1853-1948
Anja Johansen : Raising Policing Standards in London and Paris 1879-1913? Between Allegations of Police Malpractice and Re-construction of Police Legitimacy and Public Trust
Joanne Klein : English Police in the Age of Social Media
Stefan Nyzell : The Malmö Police, 1874-1965
Sergio Vaquero Martínez : Modernizing the Police: The Role of Policemen in the Great Reform of the Government Police in Spain, 1905-1912

Saturday 15 April 2023 08.30 - 10.30
G-13 CRI05 Violence and the Democratic Order: Representing ‘the People’ around 1900
Networks: Criminal Justice , Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Klaus Weinhauer
Organizer: Eveline Bouwers Discussant: Klaus Weinhauer
Eveline Bouwers : Citizens and Crusaders: the Emancipation of Religious Crowds in Europe around 1900
Amerigo Caruso : (Extra)Ordinary Violence: States of Emergency in Liberal Europe, c. 1860-1900
Fabian Lemmes : Violence Against the State: Theory, Practice and Impact of Anarchist “Propaganda by the Deed” in Late 19th Century Europe
Matteo Millan : Citizens of Order? Volunteer Civilian Militias in Italy before the Great War (and Beyond)

Saturday 15 April 2023 11.00 - 13.00
G-14 LAT02 Studying Violence in Modern Mexico: Some Methods and Results
Network: Latin America Chair: Alan Knight
Organizer: Paul Gillingham Discussants: -
Paul Gillingham : The Spy Who Came In With a Cold: Overstating Security Competence in Mexico
Gema Santamaría : At War Against the Infidels: Religion, Violence, and Politics in Post-Revolutionary Mexico (1930-1960)
Ben Smith : Arbiters of Impunity, Agents of Coercion: State, Crime, and Violence in Mexico, 1920-2000

Saturday 15 April 2023 14.00 - 16.00
G-15 ELI14 Accounting for Consumption – Account Books and the Temporal and Spatial Settings of Early Modern Consumption
Networks: Elites and Forerunners , Material and Consumer Culture Chair: Anne Sophie Overkamp
Organizers: Johanna Ilmakunnas, Anne Sophie Overkamp Discussants: -
Bruno Blondé, Kristine Dyrmann : Managing Count and Countess von Scheel’s Consumption in Copenhagen and at Gammel Estrup Manor House, c. 1754-1772
Johanna Ilmakunnas : Accounting Across and Over Generations: Life-cycle Perspective on Elite Consumption in Eighteenth-century Sweden
Britta Kägler : Accounting for Pleasure: Counting and Managing Expenditures of Cultural Court Life (1650-1750)

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