Preliminary Programme

Showing: Wednesday 24 March 2021 14.30 - 15.45 (single time slot)
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Sat 27 March
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All days
Wednesday 24 March 2021 14.30 - 15.45
A-3 ECO04a Creditors, Debtors, and Early Financial Markets (c. 1300-1800) I
A
Network: Economic History Chair: Elise Dermineur
Organizers: Elise Dermineur, Jaco Zuijderduijn Discussant: Jaco Zuijderduijn
Moderators: -
David Carvajal : How Castilian Creditors & Debtors Managed their Relations? Confidence and Security (15th-16th Century)
Giuseppe De Luca, Marcella Lorenzini : Credit, Public Debt and Social Stability in Spanish Milan (XVIth C.)
David Kusman, Jean-Luc Demeulemeester : Revisiting Graeber’s “Everyday Communism” in the Light of a Medieval Debt-enforcement Custom: being Hostage in an Inn for a Debt in the Low Countries between ca. 1250-1350
Benoit Maréchaux : Funding Businesses in the Early Modern Mediterranean: Marco Centurione’s Galley Enterprise, Genoese Credit Networks and the Piacenza Exchange Fairs (1612-1621)
Tawny Paul : Incarceration and the Enforcement of Debts in Eighteenth-century Britain


B-3 ECO23 Relocation or Resilience? Household Textile Production and Consumption in a Global Comparative Perspective
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Network: Economic History Chair: Emiliano Travieso
Organizer: Elise Van Nederveen Meerkerk Discussant: William Gervase Clarence-Smith
Moderators: -
Sarah Carmichael, Corinne Boter : Cotton Wages: a First Look at an International Database
Aditi Dixit : Textile Production and Household Labour in India and Japan c. 1890 to 1940
Katharine Frederick, Elisevan Nederveen Meerkerk : Household Textile Production in Java and East Africa Compared
Faheem Rokadiya : Industrialization and the Continuation of Household Textile Production in the 18-19th Century UK and 20th Century China: a Diachronic Comparison


C-3 ANT01 Discursive Constructions of Corruption in Ancient Rome
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Networks: Antiquity , Elites and Forerunners Chair: Neville Morley
Organizer: Filippo Carlà-Uhink Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Filippo Carlà-Uhink : “He had thoughtlessly accepted certain Gifts”: Corruption and Normative Behavior for Roman Magistrates
Marta García Morcillo : Financial Complexity, Immoral Behaviour and the Discourse of Corruption in Roman Mentality
Sema Karatas : Competition, Contention and Corruption: the Trial of Cn. Plancius in 54 BCE
Christian Rollinger : Dazzling the Barbarians: Diplomatic Gifts during the High and Late Empire


D-3 URB01 Fleeting Feelings. Towards an Emotional History of Urban Space (19th and 20th Centuries)
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Network: Urban Chair: Nicolas Kenny
Organizers: Anneleen Arnout, Rebecca Madgin Discussant: Nicolas Kenny
Moderators: -
Anneleen Arnout : Emotion as Tool. Urban Dwellers and their Experience of Urban Change in Amsterdam, 1850-1930
Stefan Höhne : Fragile Passengers. Fear, Loathing and Politics of Complaint in the New York City Subway 1960 - 1978.
Rebecca Madgin : Why do Historic Buildings Matter? Emotional Attachments and Urban Heritage


E-3 THE02 Current Research on Moral Economies
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Networks: Labour , Theory Chair: Norbert Götz
Organizers: Norbert Götz, Nikos Potamianos Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Norbert Götz : The Moral Economy of Humanitarian Priorities: Bonds, Masses, and the Self
James Kelly : Food Protest in Ireland in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
Nikos Potamianos : A Moral Economy inside and against the Capitalist Market: Competition, Profit and the Shopkeepers of Athens 1900-1940
Korinna Schönhärl : Tax Morale: the Historiographical Examination of Norms on Tax Payment after Boom (1975-1985)


F-3 WOM07 Teachers on the Move: Transnational and Mediterranean Conversations about Women, Education and Feminism (Late-18th Century and 19th Centuries)
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Network: Women and Gender Chair: Christina de Bellaigue
Organizer: Rebecca Rogers Discussant: Christina de Bellaigue
Moderators: -
Marilyn Booth : Féminisme in Egypt: the Egyptian University’s Women’s Lectures, 1909-12
Caroline Fayolle : Education, Emancipation and Feminism during the French Revolution
Isabelle Matamoros : Migration as Emancipation? Following two French Teachers in Europe (1830s-1840s)
Rebecca Rogers : Tracking Gendered Pedagogies of Emancipation in Europe and North Africa: Schools, Teachers, and Texts (1830s-1850s)


G-3 CUL03 Familiar Ground. Unravelling the Links between Nationalism and Tourism
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Network: Culture Chair: Eric Storm
Organizers: Andreas Stynen, Gerrit Verhoeven Discussant: Eric Storm
Moderators: -
Andreas Stynen : Opponents on the Same Grounds. Conflicting Tourist Organizations in Interwar Belgium
Kasper Swerts : Comparative Analysis of the Vlaamse Toeristenbond (Flemish Tourist Association) and Irish Tourist Association during the Interwar Period
Gerrit Verhoeven : Which Belgium do we sell? Flemish Nationalism and Discussions on Tourism Marketing in Parliament (1930-’80)


H-3 WOR03 Entangled Gazes, Diverse Struggles: Exiles in America and Europe
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Network: Global History Chair: Holger Weiss
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Dolores Augustine : Peaceful Networking against Franco: Attempts of Exiled Spanish Anarchists to Form Alliances
José M. Faraldo : Transnational Experiences. Spanish Communists in the Popular Democracies of Central Europe
Carolina Rodríguez-López : Academic Exile: Fernando de los Ríos y Alfredo Mendizabal and the New School for Social Research
Philipp Stelzel : The Myth of the Resentful Émigré and the Transatlantic Community of Historians


I-3 CRI03 Justice Administration in Colonial Spaces
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Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Christian G. De Vito
Organizer: Nuno Camarinhas Discussant: Nuno Camarinhas
Moderators: -
Chris Jenkins : 'An Object of Ambition': Fostering Judicial Development beyond the Borders of British India, 1869-1919
Maarten Manse : The Justice and Injustice of the Colonial Tax Administration in the Dutch East Indies, ca. 1880-1920
Natalie Reinhart : Producing Testimony: Legible Bodies in Jamaica’s Lower- Magisterial Courts


J-3 ETH08 Unmaking Borders: Freedom of Movement in Historical and Contemporary Perspective
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Network: Ethnicity and Migration Chair: Christiane Reinecke
Organizers: Marcel Berlinghoff, Jannis Panagiotidis Discussant: Christiane Reinecke
Moderators: -
Marcel Berlinghoff : Migration as the Meaning of Europe. Free Movement and European Integration
Mark McQuinn : Current Threats to Classical Liberal Humanitarianism in Europe and Ways to Counter them: the Need for a Historically Sensitive Approach
Jannis Panagiotidis : Global Free Migration? United Nations Debates on the Right to Freedom of Movement, 1984-1989
Jessica Steinman : Negotiating Identities: being Vietnamese in the Remnants of North-South and East-West Demarcation


K-3 AFR01 Labour Movements and Workers Organisations: Historical Trajectories and Current Challenges in and from the Global South
K
Network: Africa Chair: Peyman Jafari
Organizer: Stefano Bellucci Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Samuel Andreas Admasie : Workers’ Agency and Wages in Ethiopia
Stefano Bellucci : Facing Decent Work: African Regional and International Labour Organisations
Francesca Congiu : Made in Taiwan: Trade Unions Organisation and Politics in the Global Factory
Sarah Kunkel : Modernising the Village: Decolonisation and Mechanisation in Ghana under Nkrumah
Lucas Poy : 130 Years of Labor Movement in Argentina. A General Overview and a Discussion of Recent Historiographical Developments


L-3 LAB19 Welfare Capitalism in the 19th Century's Central Europe
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Networks: Economic History , Labour Chair: Martin Jemelka
Organizer: Zdenek Nebrensky Discussant: Martin Jemelka
Moderators: -
Svatopluk Herc : Welfare Capitalism in Bohemia: the Case of the Workers Houses’ Construction in Pilsen-Karlov, 1907-1916
Zdenek Nebrensky : Welfare Facilities in the Central European Towns in the Second Half of the 19th Century


M-3 FAM03 Insularity, Isolation and Female Strategies of Family Continuity over Generations in Global Perspective (16th -20th centuries)
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Network: Family and Demography Chair: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux
Organizer: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux Discussant: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux
Moderators: -
Donggue Lee, Byung-giu Son & Gyeongjin Lee : A Study on the Strategy of Family Succession through Female Heads of Households in Korea in the 17th and 19th Centuries
Claude Olry : Determinants of the Long Historical Continuity of Lineages and Families for the Community of Koreans Living in China
Paulo Teodoro de Matos, Diogo Paiva & Francisco Anguita : Who will marry this Widow? Female Strategies of Family in São Jorge Island (Azores) in the 19th Century


N-3 MAT01 Addressing the Consumer in the Atlantic World (c.1650-1900): Practices, Discourses and Methods
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Network: Material and Consumer Culture Chair: Bruno Blondé
Organizers: Bruno Blondé, Bert De Munck, Christine Fertig Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Susanna Burghartz : “Printed Markets” – an Information Platform for the Emerging Consumer Society. A Case Study of the Basel Avisblatt (1729-1844)
Alessandra De Mulder : London calling. Value Constructions in Eighteenth-century London Auction Advertisements
Charris De Smet : Marketing the French Revolution? Parisian Advertisements for Revolutionary Auctions during the Terror


O-3 ELI03 Elite Libraries as a Source of Ideology (17th and Early 21st Centuries)
O
Network: Elites and Forerunners Chair: Tetiana Vodotyka
Organizer: Svitlana Potapenko Discussant: Tetiana Vodotyka
Moderators: -
Oleksandr Okhrimenko : Books for God, Books for State: the Library of Daniel Lorenz Salthenius in the Collection of Józef Aleksander Jablonowski
Svitlana Potapenko : Family Library as a “Place of Memory”: the Rozumovskys’/Razumovskys’ Book Collection (Mid-18th and Early 21st Centuries)
Nataliia Sinkevych : Reading Circle of Kyiv Church Intellectuals between Rome, Constantinople, Moscow and Wittenberg (Cultural Polilog on the Example of Some XVII-XVIII ct. Libraries)


P-3 RUR01 The Transformation of the Countryside in the Netherlands. A Transdisciplinary Approach to the Exploitation of the Rural Landscape along the North Sea Coast (ca. 1000–1800) I
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Network: Rural Chair: Rombert Stapel
Organizers: Mans Schepers, Rombert Stapel Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Otto Knottnerus : The Transformation of the Dollard Bay Area (1000-1800): From Wasteland to Polderland - Myth and Reality
Mans Schepers : The Transformation of the Countryside in the Netherlands: An Archaeological Introduction
Meindert Schroor : The Urban-rural Dynamics in 16th Century Leeuwarden: Leeuwarder Weeshuisrekeningen (1541-1608)


Q-3 SEX09 The Moving Front: Changing Sexuality in Post-war Europe
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Network: Sexuality Chair: Chris Waters
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Andrés Brink Pinto : Policing Public Sex between Men – the Stockholm Homosex-commission 1944–1968
Davide Giuseppe Colasanto : At the Origins of the Sexual Revolution: Press, Politics, and Consumerism in 1960s Italy
Matleena Frisk : Freely Sold Contraceptives and Public Control from the 1950s to the 1970s. Condom Retail and Expert Organizations in Finland
Rosa Hamilton : The Very Quintessence of Persecution: Queer Antifascism in 1970s Western Europe
Alessio Ponzio : Failed Projects and Lonely Hearts: Der Kreis and the Italian Homophiles


R-3 ORA14 Transcribing Oral History Interviews (Semi-)automatically. Technological Promises in Practical Testing
R
Network: Oral History Chair: Linde Apel
Organizer: Almut Leh Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Christoph Draxler : Web-based Tools for Transcribing and Segmenting Speech
Herdis Kley : Preparing Transcripts in a Digital Research Environment for Interview Collections
Peter Kompiel : Iron Curtain - Using (Semi-)automatic Transcription Tools For Creating a Digital Interview Archive
Almut Leh : Audiomining – Advanced Speech Technologies for Transcribing, Indexing and Analysing Oral History Interviews


S-3 HEA03 Health Policies in the 20th Century
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Network: Health and Environment Chair: Hayley Brown
Organizer: Enrique Perdiguero-Gil Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Josep Lluis Barona : Nutritional Policies in Interwar Japan: an International Model
Kari Tove Elvbakken : Rockefeller and Norwegian Health Policy after WWII
Heini Hakosalo : Brittle Bonds: the Effect of Tuberculosis on the Social and Familial Fabric in 20th-century Finland
Enrique Perdiguero-Gil : Towards New Health Policies: the Role of Health Education in Spanish Health Reform (1970-1982)


T-3 LAB14 Organizing Workers’ Education: from Above and from Below
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Networks: Education and Childhood , Labour Chair: Wiktor Marzec
Organizers: Jenny Jansson, Jonas Söderqvist Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Marisa De Picker : Striving for the Right to Life, Vocational Training and Work. The Creation of a New Educationally-based Welfare System for Physically Disabled Labourers in Belgium, 1919-1939
Elina Hakoniemi : Why Worker’s Education – the Establishment of the Worker’s Educational Association of Finland
Jenny Jansson, Jonas Söderqvist : Workers’ Education and the ILO
Jan Kellershohn : The Normativity of the Descriptive. Towards an Epistemology of Mobility
Francoise Laot : Educating Workers’ Wives or Educating Women Workers? Circulation of Ideas and Evolving Discourses in the Late Sixties and Early Seventies France


U-3 WOM01 Intimate Economic Networks: Women’s Commercial and Investment Agency in the Atlantic and Indian Ocean Worlds
U
Network: Women and Gender Chair: Lucas Haasis
Organizer: Aske Brock Discussant: Lucas Haasis
Moderators: -
Aske Brock : “India has been a Fortunate Place to our Relations”: Intimate Networks of the English East India Company, 1600-1800
Misha Ewen : ‘Women would be Necessary': Women's Networks in the Atlantic in the Early Seventeenth Century
Margaret Hunt : ’Investing’ in Long-distance Voyages: Plebeian Women’s Financial Links to Sailors in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-century England
Annika Raapke : She’s got the Goods - and she knows how to use them: Trickles of Goods and Flows of Power in Women’s Letters from the Eighteenth-century French Colonial World


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