Preliminary Programme

Showing: room O (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
O-1 MID01 Actors, Codes and Strategies of Social Mediation in the Iberian Peninsula between the Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages
Networks: Middle Ages , Social Inequality Chair: Iñaki Martín Viso
Organizers: Raquel Ezquerro Jiménez, Alicia Martín Rodríguez Discussant: Igor Santos Salazar
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

Wednesday 12 April 2023 11.00 - 13.00
O-2 MID02 Economic Inequality before the Black Death: Sources, Methods and Case-studies (1290-1348)
Network: Middle Ages Chair: Antoni Furió
Organizer: Davide Cristoferi Discussant: Antoni Furió
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

Wednesday 12 April 2023 14.00 - 16.00
O-3 MID03 Navigating the Normative and Juridical Framework in the Burgundian and Habsburg Low Countries
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 : Closing the Distance: Hanseatic Traders in Holland and at the Great Council, 1525-1545
Bente Marschall : Extra-territoriality and Legal Pluralism: Wine and Beer Taxation in Late Medieval Maastricht
Jurriaan Wink : Diplomacy to Litigate (or not): Urban Diplomatic Assistance in the North-eastern Low Countries for Traders and Shippers with Conflicts Abroad (ca. 1450-1550)

Wednesday 12 April 2023 16.30 - 18.30
O-4 URB01 Exploring Everyday Life and Experiences of Urban Space in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
Network: Urban Chair: Christina Reimann
Organizer: Maja Hultman Discussant: Sophie Cooper
Agnes Fulemile, Balázs Balogh : Folk Fans and Rock Fans. Youth, Cultural Alternatives, Resilience, and Grassroots Resistance in Socialist Hungary
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
Mara Marginean : Differentiation in the Making: Environmental Policies and Residential Segregation of Roma Industrial Workers in Late Socialist Romania

Thursday 13 April 2023 08.30 - 10.30
O-5 THE06/EMPa Exploiting the Empire of Others: Session 1 – Entrepreneurial Transnationalism and Empire Building, 1500-1918
Network: Theory Chair: Catia Antunes
Organizer: Catia Antunes Discussant: Edmond Smith
Susana Munch Miranda : Challenges and Approaches to the Exploitation of Non-European Fiscal Resources and Rents
Filipa Ribeiro da Silva : Winners and Wins in Labour Allocation in Early Modern European Empires: Towards a New Framework of Analysis

Thursday 13 April 2023 11.00 - 13.00
O-6 FAM04 Family, Childhood and Care. Changing Concepts of Normality and Deviance
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Volker Hess
Organizer: Anelia Kassabova Discussants: -
Laura Hottenrott : "Every Pregnancy, even the First, should not be Left to Chance". Pregnancy between Individual Decision and State Control using the Example of the GDR
Anelia Kassabova : (In-)Visibility of Institutions for "At-risk" Children in Socialist Bulgaria
David Peace : ‘A Child of Misfortune’: Eugenics and Children Reception Centres in Post-War Britain
Julia Reus : Morally Depraved? Insights into Institutionalized Childcare Following Incestuous acts in Westphalia/West Germany (1950s–1960s)

Thursday 13 April 2023 14.00 - 16.00
O-7 AFR02/EMPc Exploiting the Empire of Others: Session - 3 Transnational Entrepreneurship and Exploitation in the Building of Empire in Africa, 1500-1918
Network: Africa Chair: Catia Antunes
Organizer: Catia Antunes Discussant: Stephanie van Dam
Jessica den Oudsten, Ramona Negron : The Amsterdam Private Slave Trade, 1730-1780
Gijs Dreijer : Dutch Imperialism Revisited: Dutch Entrepreneurs in West Africa (1850s-1910s)
Stan Pannier, Catia Antunes : Austrian-Netherlands Business in West- and Central Africa: the Case of Frederic Romberg
Edmond Smith : John Cloyce, Akan Entrepreneurship, and European Empires in West Africa

Thursday 13 April 2023 16.30 - 18.30
O-8 POL01b Citizenship II: Legal Citizenship and Status
Network: Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Ivan Kosnica
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
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)

Friday 14 April 2023 08.30 - 10.30
O-9 LAT01/EMPd Exploiting the Empire of Others: Session 4 - Transnational Entrepreneurship and Exploitation in the Building of Empire in the America’s, 1500-1822
Network: Latin America Chair: Catia Antunes
Organizer: Catia Antunes Discussant: Filipa Ribeiro da Silva
Tessa de Boer : Re-framing the Principal-agent Problem: Who Dares to Enter the French West Indies?
Ramona Negron : The Coymans Family and the Exploitation of the Spanish Atlantic, 1580s-1710s
João Paulo Salvado, Catia Antunes : The Van Dunen Family and the Exploitation of the Portuguese Empire: a View From Luanda in the 17th Century
Patrick Van der Geest, Susana Münch Miranda : Cornering the Market in Colonial Goods: How Hope & Co. sought to Monopolise the European Market for American Diamonds, Cochineal, and Sugar between 1750 and 1820

Friday 14 April 2023 11.00 - 13.00
O-10 WOR01/EMPe Exploiting the Empire of Others: Session 5 – Exploiting the Empire of Others, 1415-1918 Global Insights into Entrepreneurial Cultures and Empire Building
Network: Global History Chair: Catia Antunes
Organizer: Catia Antunes Discussant: Anne Gerritsen
Remi Dewiere : New Currency, get Richer? Failed Entrepreneur and Imaginary Currencies in 19th Century Central Sahel
Lisa Hellman : Exploiting Exile: Foreign Brokers in the Russian Borderlands
Takahiro Yamamoto : Japanese Entrepreneurship in German Micronesia, 1899-1914

Friday 14 April 2023 14.00 - 16.00
O-11 MID04a Seigneurial Power and Peasant Agency in the Crown of Aragon during the Late Middle Ages. I
Network: Middle Ages Chair: Guillermo Vijil Picot
Organizer: Vicente Royo Pérez Discussants: -
Sandra Aliaga Ugencio : Owning and Making Use of Land in the Rural Terms of Zaragoza (XIIIth and XIVth Centuries)
Mario Lafuente Gómez : Centralised Feudal Rents and Peasant Economy in Aragon at the Beginning of the Reign of Peter the Ceremonious (1336-1346)
Núria Pacheco Catalán : Landscape Transformation in Tortosa (Catalunya, Spain) after the Christian Conquest (1148-1213)
Vicente Royo Pérez : The Peasantry and the Government of Rural Communities in the Kingdom of Valencia (XIIIth-XVth Centuries)

Friday 14 April 2023 16.30 - 18.30
O-12 MID04b Seigneurial Power and Peasant Agency in the Crown of Aragon during the Late Middle Ages. II
Network: Middle Ages Chair: Sandra Aliaga Ugencio
Organizer: Vicente Royo Pérez Discussants: -
Carlos Laliena Corbera : The Indebtedness of the Peasant Communities of the Kingdom of Aragon in the 15th Century: Collective Action and Social Strategies
Miriam Parra Villaescusa : Peasantry, “Llauradors” and Lands in the South of the Kingdom of Valencia during the Late Middle Ages
Guillermo Vijil Picot : The Community of Villages of Teruel in the Cortes: Peasant Agency in Parliamentary Sessions in the Kingdom of Aragon (XIVth-XVth Centuries)

Saturday 15 April 2023 08.30 - 10.30
O-13 EDU14 Children's Agency, Civic Activism and Protests
Network: Education and Childhood Chair: Barbara Klich-Kluczewska
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Bengt Sandin, Jonathan Josefsson : The Reform that Never Happened: a History of Children’s Suffrage Restrictions
Karolina Szymborska : Paidocracy Revisited. A Dangerous Utopia or a Chance for the Future of Education?
Charlott Wikström (e) : Folkbildning as a Social Counter-movement in Sweden 1912–1918 with Birkagården as an Example

Saturday 15 April 2023 11.00 - 13.00
O-14 TEC07a Premodern Urban Ecologies: Water & Fire in European Environments, Markets and Infrastructures
Networks: Health and Environment , Science & Technology , Urban Chairs: -
Organizer: Bob Pierik Discussants: -
Janna Coomans : Fire Ecologies in Netherlandish Cities
Armel Cornu : Drinking Mineral Waters in Eighteenth-Century France: a Study of Popular Practices through the Network of Water Distributors
David Gentilcore : Acquaroli: The Role of Water-Carriers in Early Modern Venice
Bob Pierik : Early Modern Amsterdam’s Hydrological Assemblage: Everyday Practices of Urban Water

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