Preliminary Programme

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Fri 20 March
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Sat 21 March
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All days
Thursday 19 March 2020 08.30 - 10.30
A-5 ECO22 Personal and Network Lending across the World
P.N. van Eyckhof 1, 003C
Network: Economic History Chair: Christiaan van Bochove
Organizer: Christiaan van Bochove Discussants: -
Maria Aksenova : Loans and Credit Relations of Count N.P. Panin at 1792-1800
Dan Bäcklund, Tony Kenttä & Kristina Lilja : Working-class Lending in Sweden at the Time of the First World War
Elise Dermineur : Peer-to-Peer Lending Networks in Pre-Industrial Finland
Maanik Nath : A Failed Experiment in Rural Cooperation: Credit Societies in Madras 1930-60
Thierry Nootens, Nathalie Ricard : Small Debts, Small People: Internal Money Market, Social Relations and Transition to Industrial Capitalism in Canada, 1880-1930: the Case of Arthabaska County, Quebec
Göran Ulväng, Sofia Murhem : Church Endowments used for Credit in 18th and 19th Century Rural Sweden


B-5 ECO19 Inequality, State Capacity and Fiscal Redistribution in Preindustrial Europe
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 002
Network: Economic History Chair: Jan Luiten van Zanden
Organizers: Guido Alfani, Mikolaj Malinowski Discussant: Jan Luiten van Zanden
Guido Alfani : Inequality and the Rise of the Fiscal-military States in Western Europe, ca. 1500-1800
Elena Korchmina : Income and its Distribution in Moscow Governorate at the Turn of the 19th Century
Mikolaj Malinowski : While the King is away the Magnates will play; Power Concentration, Clientelizm, and the Demise of an Early Parliamentary Republic, a Case of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
Auke Rijpma : Social Spending and the Standard of Living during Early Industrialisation


C-5 MID03 Social Dynamics and Boundaries in a Regional Framework: Spanish Cities and Territories (1400-1600)
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 003
Network: Middle Ages Chair: Maria Asenjo-Gonzalez
Organizer: Maria Asenjo-Gonzalez Discussant: David Alonso-Garcia
David Igual : Economic Ties vs. Political Boundaries: the Merchant Relationships between Castile and Valencia during the XVth Century
Silvia Perez-Gonzalez : Women and Confraternities in Andalusia at the End of the Middle Ages: Legislative Frameworks and Social Practice
Alejandro Rios-Conejero : The organizations of the lands throw the cities in western Andalusia: a study proposal
Ángel Rozas : Toledo’s Merchants in Castilian Fairs between the 15th to 16h Centuries. The Economic Horizons of the City beyond its Hinterland


D-5 URB04 Urban Renewal in the Postwar World
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 004
Network: Urban Chair: John Davis
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Mika Mäkelä : Urban Renewal in Finland: Case of the Workers District Kallio
Mara Marginean : Encounters across Borders: Modernist Ideas and Professional Practices in the 1970s Romania
Apala Nandi : Urban Development in Bolpur Sub-Division in West Bengal: Prospects and Challenges
Marcel Thomas : From Sound to Noise: a Sensory History of Construction Work in West Germany, 1945-1980
Tim Verlaan : Going Dutch: British Private Developers and the Discovery of European Property Markets 1970-1975
Harutyun Vermishyan : Exploring the Urban Spaces as Means for Diagnoses of the "Post-Soviet": the Case of Yerevan


E-5 POL19 Liberalism and Emerging Civil Societies
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 005
Network: Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Mikolaj Banaszkiewicz : Liberal Model of Citizenship in Russia before 1917. Notes on the Influence of Western Political Thought on Russian Imperial Identity
Sophy Bergenheim : Public Health, Population Policy and Minority Nationalism in Bourgeois Swedish Finland, 1920s–1940s
Dalibor Cepulo : Liberalism and Fear of Democracy: Right of Association in Croatia 1848-1914
Jenni Karimäki : From Social to Cultural – a Century of Finnish Liberalism


F-5 EDU06 Democratizing Education in Late Colonial and Early Independent India: Universal Education, Representation, and the Re-alignment of ‘Desirability’
P.N. van Eyckhof 3, 002
Network: Education and Childhood Chairs: -
Organizers: Sarada Balagopalan, Jana Tschurenev Discussants: -
Sarada Balagopalan : On ‘Obstinate Defaulters’ and the ‘Adjustment of Education to People’s Environment’: an Exploration of how Efforts to Democratize Schooling worked to Naturalize Children’s Labor in Twentieth Century India
Sutapa Dutta : Colonial Textbooks and British Imperialism: a Study of the Royal Readers in India and its Indigenised Versions
Catriona Ellis : Educating the ‘Poor Child’: Reflections on Dalit Education in the Madras Presidency in the 1920s
Arun Kumar : Nights of the Bombay Worker: Neighborhood Night Schools and Emancipatory Dreams (1870–1920)
Jana Tschurenev : Montessori for All: Experiments with Rural Pre-School Education in Western India, 1940s-1970s


G-5 CUL05 Radio and the Emotions in the Cold War
P.N. van Eyckhof 3, 005
Network: Culture Chair: Anna Mazurkiewicz
Organizer: Brigitte Le Normand Discussant: Rebecca Madgin
Nicolas Kenny : Radio and the Construction of Emotional Community in Postwar Brussels
Brigitte Le Normand : A Listening Ear: Cultivating Yugoslav Citizens through Radio Broadcasting
Will Studdert : A Trusted Source? The BBC German Service and its East German Audience in the Cold War.


H-5 WOR01 The Brokers of Globalization: Business Internationalism in the twentieth century
Johan Huizinga, 004
Network: Global History Chair: Matthias Middell
Organizers: Thomas David, Pierre Eichenberger, Glenda Sluga Discussant: Madeleine Herren-Oesch
Thomas David : The Role of the International Chamber of Commerce in East-West Economic Relations during the Cold War
Madeleine Dungy : The International Chamber of Commerce and Trade Politics in the League of Nations
Glenda Sluga : Economic Actors, the International Chamber of Commerce, and the UN Human Environment Conference, 1969-1972


I-5 CRI05 Militarization of the Everyday in Europe, 1945 to the Present
Johan Huizinga, 006
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Klaus Weinhauer
Organizer: Jonathan Dunnage Discussant: Klaus Weinhauer
Jonathan Dunnage : Cultural Strategies for Militarizing the Post-war Italian Police, 1943 – 1960
Allyson Edwards : ‘People who lose Respect for their Past have no Future’: the Militarisation of Youth in Yeltsin’s Russia
Elizaveta Gaufman : Re-invention of Tradition: Militarization of Society in Post-Soviet Russia
Susan Jackson : Performing and Consuming Militarized Corporate Images of Urban (In)security


J-5 CRI17 Gender and the Courts
Johan Huizinga, 025
Networks: Criminal Justice , Urban Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Anna Kantanen : Motivations and Characteristics of Spousal Homicides in Finland at the End of 19th Century and the Beginning of 20th Century
Claudia Septimia Sabau : Hopeless Souls, Criminal Minds. Women Judged for Crime in the District of Nasaud (North-Eastern Transylvania), between 1861 and 1876
Ariadne Schmidt : Migration, Mobility and Female Defendants in the Dutch Criminal Courts, c.1600-1800
Marian Weevers : Women and the State Labour Institutions 1886-1934
Charlotte Wildman : Women, Fraud and Family in Post-War Britain


K-5 TEC01 Patents and Innovation in 19th- and Early 20th-Century Europe
Johan Huizinga, 026
Network: Science & Technology Chair: Alexander Donges
Organizer: Alexander Donges Discussant: Alexander Donges
Stephen D. Billington : Do Patents affect Firm Financing? Evidence from Britain’s 1902 Patents Act
Peter Meyer : Patent Technology Classifications for Early Aeronautics
Homer Wagenaar : Patently Peculiar: The Patent System of the United Kingdom of the Netherlands, 1815-1830


L-5 ASI04 Roundtable on Wealth Creation in Continental North East Asia
Johan Huizinga, 023C
Networks: Asia , Criminal Justice Chair: Christine Moll Murata
Organizer: Flemming Christiansen Discussants: -
Flemming Christiansen : Urbanization in Continental North East Asia
Katarzyna Golik : Dependent Development of a Post-transition State - the Case of Mongolia
Anastasia Nikulina : Industrialization Patterns in the Russian Far East and China
Ines Stolpe : Post-socialist Lifelines: Nutag-councils as Multi-local Mongolian Networks


M-5 FAM05 Beyond Eurocentrism: Population and Family History of the Middle East and North Africa
Lipsius, 002
Networks: Africa , Family and Demography Chairs: -
Organizer: Paul Puschmann Discussants: -
Hilde Bras, Reto Schumacher & Valérie Delaunay : Starting, Spacing, Stopping, or Postponing? Reproductive Trajectories during the Fertility Transition in Niakhar, Senegal, 1960-present
Youssef Courbage : The Demographic Roots of the Syrian Civil War 2011-????
Vasilis Gavalas, Pavlos Baltas : Reproduction in the Archipelago of the Aegean 1920-2016: Long-term Trends and Recent Upturns
Mohamed Saleh, Claire Galez-Davis : Marriage, Fertility and Child Mortality before the Demographic Transition: Evidence from Nineteenth-Century Egypt
Mustafa Murat Yücesahin, A. Yi?italp Tulga : Demographic and Social Change in the Middle East and North Africa: Processes, Spatial Patterns, and Outcomes


N-5 WOM10 Women, Gender and Work in Historical Perspective: an Entrepreneurial Approach
Lipsius, 005
Networks: Labour , Women and Gender Chair: Katie Barclay
Organizer: Deborah Simonton Discussant: Anne Montenach
Anna Bellavitis : A Pig for Carnival or a Husband for Life? How did the Rights Women had – or did not have – in Early Modern Europe Determine their Participation in the Economy?
Amy Froide : Elizabeth Montagu, an 18th-century English Coal-Mining Boss
Janine Lanza : Keeping the Books and Rocking the Babies: the Productive and Reproductive Labor of Women in Artisanal Workshops ”
Deborah Simonton : ‘Mistress of the Managing Part of it’: Printers in Eighteenth-century Europe


O-5 ELI05 Financing Noble and Princely Houses in the Early Modern Period
Lipsius, 147
Network: Elites and Forerunners Chair: Renate Pieper
Organizers: Charlotte Backerra, Veronika Hyden-Hanscho Discussant: Renate Pieper
Charlotte Backerra : Financing the House of Hesse: Dynastic Traditions and Transfer of Knowledge
Hélder Carvalhal : Monarchy, Redistribution of Resources, and Political Stability: the Princely Households of Viseu/Beja, Beja, and Infantado in the Long Duration (Fifteenth to Eighteenth Centuries)
Veronika Hyden-Hanscho : Transforming Noble Income: Noble Families of the Habsburg Monarchy in the Eighteenth Century
Cathérine Annette Ludwig-Ockenfels : Incomes and Expenditures of Female Members of the Court of Florence in the Early Eighteenth Century


P-5 RUR05 Agricultural Associations and Politicization of the European Countryside, 1880s-1930s
Lipsius, 148
Network: Rural Chairs: -
Organizers: Daniel Brett, Jordi Planas Discussants: -
Dimitrios Angelis-Dimakis : Agricultural Associations as Vehicles of Politicization in Spain and Greece during the First Third of the 20th Century
Daniel Brett : The Transformation of Associations in the Countryside into Parties: Ireland and Transylvania
Peter Gray : William Sharman Crawford and Agrarian Mobilisation in Ulster, 1847-54
Jordi Planas, Raimon Soler : The Role of Agricultural Associations in the Politicization of the Countryside. Catalonia, 1890-1936


Q-5 LAB05 Diamonds in Jewish Economic History
Lipsius, 227
Network: Labour Chair: Veerle Vanden Dealen
Organizer: Karin Hofmeester Discussant: Veerle Vanden Dealen
Saskia Coenen Snyder : 'Like Dewdrops in the Waving Grass': the Early Diamond Trade in South Africa
David De Vries : 'The Bastard is Rendered Kosher': Diamonds, War and the Legitimization of Private Capital in Mandate Palestine
Karin Hofmeester : The ANDB: a Local Trade Union in a Global Industry
Tijl Vanneste : Diamond Trade gone wrong: Commercial Litigation & the Merchants’ Style


R-5 ORA01 Researching Oral History Education: Approaches, Teaching Concepts and Learning Outcomes of Student Interaction with Oral Sources
Lipsius, 307
Network: Oral History Chair: Karel van Nieuwenhuyse
Organizer: Marloes Hulsken Discussants: -
Linde Apel : Teaching Oral History – Concepts, Experiences, Challenges
Lukas Greven : Research-based Learning and Oral History in the Federal President's History Competition
Susan Hogervorst : Digital Oral History in the Classroom. Young History Teachers’ use of Online Video Interview Portals
Marloes Hulsken : Learning Outcomes of Inclusive Oral History Education at the Teacher Trainings Institute
Bridget Martin : Listening like a Historian? A Framework of 'Oral Historical thinking’ for Engaging with Audio-visual Interview Sources in Secondary School Education


S-5 FAM23 The Apple does not fall Far from the Tree. Health, Height and Mortality in Comparative Intergenerational Perspective
P.J. Veth, 1.01
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Tim Riswick
Organizer: Björn Quanjer Discussant: Niels van den Berg
Jan Kok : A Genealogical Approach to Exploring Kin Correlations in Heights
Matthias Rosenbaum-Feldbrügge, Björn Quanjer & Ingrid van Dijk : Parental Death and Child Well-being: Height and Mortality Effects Explored in the Netherlands 1860-1940
Eric Schneider, Kris Inwood & Hamish Maxwell-Stewart : The Growth of Adolescents in the British Dominions, 1840-1920
Kristina Thompson, Maarten Lindenboom & France Portrait : The Intergenerational Transmission of Height and Health: the Case of the Netherlands, 1850-1922
Ingrid van Dijk : Bearing the Cost. The Role of Kin in Women´s Survival over the Life Course


T-5 REL02 Religion across Borders
Reuvensplaats 4, 101E
Network: Religion Chairs: -
Organizer: Penny Roberts Discussants: -
Antonella Cagnolati : Shaping her Identity by Faith: the Letters of Olimpia Morata in the Renaissance
Graeme Murdock : Crossing Borders and Religious Identity: the Borderland of Savoy and Geneva
Penny Roberts : The Dangers and Practicalities of Communication across Borders during the French Religious Wars
Andrew Spicer : Migration and Religious Identity: Fabrice de la Bassecourt (1578–1650)


U-5 HEA06 Adjustment and Modernity – Ideals of Health and Perils of Illness in the Nordic Welfare Societies
Reuvensplaats 4, 201A
Network: Health and Environment Chairs: -
Organizer: Petteri Pietikäinen Discussants: -
Eve Hyrkäs : Responsible Citizens are Healthy Citizens – the Mental Hygienic Problem of Mothers’ Ambition
Mikko Myllykangas : From the Constitutional Defects to the Pressures of Working Middle Class
Petteri Pietikäinen : Neurosis and Social (Mal)adjustment in Sweden and Finland between the 1920s and the 1950s
Mia Pohtola : Reformation of Finnish Psychiatry - An Endeavor to Demystify Finnish Psychiatry with the New DSM-III Nomenclature in the 1980s


V-5 MAT06 Consumption Patterns and Material Culture in Premodern Households
Matthias de Vrieshof 2, 002
Network: Material and Consumer Culture Chair: Christine Fertig
Organizer: Christine Fertig Discussants: -
Paula Bessa : Female Agency: Antónia Gomes, Trustworthy Wife (1609), Capable Widow (1639)
Henning Bovenkerk : Silk for the Peasants? – Global Goods in Rural Households in 17th and 18th Century Northwestern Germany
Andreia Durães : Diffusion of Luxury Goods in Intermediate Strata (Lisbon - 1755-1836)
Aina Palarea Marimon : Living Conditions and Consumption Patterns in Late Medieval Catalonia
Wout Saelens : The Material Culture of Energy: Home Heating and Lighting in Eighteenth-century Ghent and Leiden


W-5 SPA03 Life, Work and Health
Matthias de Vrieshof 2, 004
Network: Spatial and Digital History Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Douglas Brown, David R. Green & Kathleen McIlvenna & Nicola Shelton : Geographies of Ill-health in Late-nineteenth-century London’s Metropolitan Police Workforce
Siegfried Gruber : From Marriage to First Child: Different Patterns within Europe
Don Lafreniere, Tim Stone, Rose Hildebrandt, Michael Bleddynn, Dan Trepal, Sarah Scarlett : Social Determinants of Health and Disease Outbreak Patterns in Children in the Early 20th Century Industrial City
Marieke van Erp, Adina Nerghes & Jelle van Lottum & Lodewijk Petram & Marijn Koolen & Melvin Wevers : VOCation: Tracing Maritime Careers in the Dutch East India Company, c. 1680-1800
Arie van Steensel, Menno den Engelse & Martin Hooymans : Migration, Residential Mobility and Social Integration in Sixteenth-Century Leiden: a Digital Approach
Konrad Wnek, Lidia Zyblikiewicz : Spatial Analysis of the Occupational Structure of Galicia's Population in the Second Half of the 19th Century


X-5 SOC15 Income and Wealth Inequality
Matthias de Vrieshof 4, 008A
Network: Social Inequality Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
David González Agudo, Mauricio Drelichman : Back to the Sources: Wages in Toledo, 1521-1650
Sinikka Okkola : Income Inequalities in Urban Atlantic Canada 1991 to 2016 – a Multi-level Approach
Sam Willner : Wealth Inequality in 19th Century Rural Sweden


Y-5 ETH05 Sailors, Engineers, Maidservants, Expellees: Variations in Foreign Immigration to Nineteenth-century Belgium - Results from the IMMIBEL Project
Van Wijkplaats 2, 002
Network: Ethnicity and Migration Chair: Hilde Greefs
Organizer: Anne Winter Discussant: Hilde Greefs
Natalia Da Silva Pereira : Circulating without Migrating? Depicting Foreign Engineers as Migrants in 19th Century Belgium
Torsten Feys : No Country for Unwanted Migrants. Belgium's Mass Expulsion Practices as a Pillar of Migration Governance since 1830
Kristof Loockx : Migration Trajectories of Seafarers during the Second half of the Nineteenth Century: Evidence from Antwerp
Thomas Verbruggen : Actors at the Meso Level and their Influence on the Migration Process of Foreign Domestic Servants to Antwerp and Brussels, 1850-1910
Bart Willems : Control Alt Find IMMIBEL. Two New Databases on Migration and Mobility in 19th Century Belgium
Anne Winter : Geographies of Foreign Immigration in Nineteenth-century Belgium


Z-5 HEA14 Medicine in Print: Communication and Dissemination of Medical Knowledge in Periodicals of the Habsburg Monarchy (18th and 19th centuries)
Van Wijkplaats 4, 004
Network: Health and Environment Chair: Maria Heidegger
Organizers: Marina Hilber, Alfred Weiss Discussant: Maria Heidegger
Misia Sophia Doms : The Journalistic and Scientific Communication Space in the Medical Weekly Der Tirolische Arzt (“The Tyrolean Physician”, 1791–1792) Reconstructions Using and Exceeding the Possibilities of GIS
Andreas Golob : Public Perspectives on Suffering and Healing in M. F. Trenk von Tonder’s ‘Neuwied Newspaper’
Marina Hilber : Aspects of Obstetrical Antisepsis in the Bohemian Quarterly for Practical Medicine (1844–1879)
Elisabeth Lobenwein, Alfred Weiss : Sexuality as an Important Medical Topic in the “Medico-Chirurgical Journal” (1790–1808)


ZA-5 SEX07 Trans Lives and Trans Politics across the Globe
Van Wijkplaats 4, 005
Network: Sexuality Chair: Katie Sutton
Organizers: - Discussant: Katie Sutton
Alberto Berzosa, Luis Puche Cabezas : From Peripheries to the Centre, from Adult Deviation to Child Identity: Visual and Ethnographic Journey of Trans People and Social Change in Spain
Adrian Kane : British Sailors, Singaporean Trans Women, and the Sexual Politics of Security, 1968-1973
Noah Riseman : Liberation vs Respectability: Transgender Activism in 1990s Australia
Maria Carolina Vesce : "I need my Transition... Can you give me Hormones?". Negotiating Hormone Therapy for Trans Refugees within the Reception System in Italy



Thursday 19 March 2020 11.00 - 13.00
A-6 ECO13 Financing the Real Economy: Echoes from the Past, 1300-1975
P.N. van Eyckhof 1, 003C
Network: Economic History Chair: Oscar Gelderblom
Organizers: Amaury de Vicq, Ruben Peeters Discussant: Joost Jonker
Amaury de Vicq : The Tragedy of SME-financing: Mission Drift at Dutch Credit Cooperatives, 1850s-1910s
Eoin McLaughlin : Fringe Banking and Financialisation: Pawnbroking in Victorian Ireland
Ruben Peeters : Serving the Smallest Firms: Public Loan Guarantee Funds in the Netherlands, 1915-1978
Josje Schnitzeler : Financial Care for Orphans and Cheap Credit for the VOC: the Orphan Chamber of Batavia


B-6 ECO16 Geospatial Economic History of Southeast European Regions, 1840-1940: a Cross Examination of Population and Economic Geography
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 002
Networks: Economic History , Spatial and Digital History Chair: M. Erdem Kabadayi
Organizer: M. Erdem Kabadayi Discussants: -
Grigor Boykov, Petrus Gerrits : Analysing and Mapping of Settlement Patterns and Population Densities of Southeast European Regions, 1840-1920
Uygar Karaca : Comparing Agricultural Productivity and Land Use among Regions of Bulgaria, 1840s-1890s
Nikola Rakovski : Mapping the Revolution: a Spatial Analysis of Popular Protest in Post-Crimean War Bulgaria
Akin Sefer, Aysel Yildiz : Migration Networks in the Ottoman Balkans in the Nineteenth Century


C-6 ANT04 Round Table: the Futures of Ancient History
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 003
Network: Antiquity Chair: Neville Morley
Organizer: Neville Morley Discussants: Filippo Carlà-Uhink, Dan-el Padilla Peralta, Sailakshmi Ramgopal, Birgitta Sjöberg Leppänen, Arjan Zuiderhoek


D-6 URB03 Urban Cooperation and the Shaping of Trade in Northern Europe, 14th to 17th Centuries
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 004
Network: Urban Chair: Ulf Christian Ewert
Organizer: Ulla Kypta Discussant: Angela Ling Huang
Maartje A.B. : Meetings, Messengers, Mail. Urban Communication Strategies in Shaping Pre-modern Quality Assurance of Commodities
Ulla Kypta : Should we stay or should we go? Hanse Merchants between Bruges and Antwerp
Ole Meiners : A Platform for Network Trade. The Diets within the Institutional Setting of the Hanse
Gregor Rohmann : Who’s Bad? Negotiations on Pirate Hunting in the Baltic around 1400


E-6 THE04 Do we still need another ‘other’? New Directions in the Historiography of Disability
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 005
Network: Theory Chair: Paul van Trigt
Organizer: Paul van Trigt Discussant: Paul van Trigt
Monika Baar : Rethinking Disability: the Global Impact of the International Year of Disabled Persons (1981) in Historical Perspective
Catherine Kudlick : Reflections from a Disability Studies Perspective
Lotta Vikström : DISLIFE - Liveable Disabilities: Life Courses and Opportunity Structures across Time
Tyler Zoanni : Reflections from the South


F-6 EDU07 Abandoned, Orphaned & Displaced: Histories of Children’s Destitution and Relief
P.N. van Eyckhof 3, 002
Network: Education and Childhood Chair: Machteld Venken
Organizer: Friederike Kind-Kovács Discussants: -
Anca Cretu : Managing the Lives of Children: Welfare Policies in Austria-Hungary’s Refugee Camps during the First World War
Friederike Kind-Kovács : The Heroes’ Children: Rescuing Hungary’s War Orphans after the Great War
Joanne Laycock : Remedies for Displacement? Public Health, Child Refugees and International Humanitarianism in Soviet Armenia
Joana Vieira Paulino : The Life of Portuguese Abandoned Children in 19th Century
Elizabeth White : Humanitarian Reason and Russian Refugee Children in Interwar Europe
Roza Zharkynbayeva, Abdiraiymova Ardak : Children Evacuated to Kazakhstan during the Second World War: Survival Problems


G-6 CUL06 The Creation of European Identities through Global Empires
P.N. van Eyckhof 3, 005
Network: Culture Chair: Rinna Kullaa
Organizer: Rinna Kullaa Discussant: Rinna Kullaa
Andreas Enderlin : The Habsburg Empire’s ‘Austrian Identity’ – Precursor to a Modern European Identity?
Janne Lahti : Settler Colonialism, Whiteness, and Cultures of Violence against Indigenous Peoples
Diana Natermann : White(ened) Identities and Colonial Photography
Rosa Pato : Atlântico and the Luso-Tropicalism: the Luso-Brazilian Cultural Relations between 1941 and 1950
Tracey Reinmann-Dawe : Scientific Discovery and Narratives of Cultural Superiority


H-6 WOR04 Food, Famine, and the End of Empire
Johan Huizinga, 004
Network: Global History Chair: Julia Hauser
Organizers: Ingrid de Zwarte, Lola Wilhelm Discussant: Julia Hauser
Ingrid de Zwarte : Starving for Victory: the British Global Politics of Food and Famine during WWII
Efrat Gilad : The Right to Slaughter: Jaffa, Tel Aviv and Slaughterhouse Politics under British Rule (1920s-1930s)
Michelle Gordon, John Hennessey : Popular Imperialism and Genocide Studies: Multidisciplinary Methods for Understanding the Political Underpinnings of Colonial Violence
Lola Wilhelm : Nestlé, Colonial Health, and International Organisations in West Africa in the 1950s


I-6 CRI08 Partners in Crime: Cooperating, Co-offending and Negotiating Criminal Actions in the Past
Johan Huizinga, 006
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Elwin Hofman
Organizers: Dirk Lueb, Marion Pluskota Discussants: -
Dirk Lueb : Brokers, Ringleaders and Porters. Hierarchy and Wage Conflict in Campine Smuggling Bands. 1795 – 1813
Sanne Muurling : Women, the Distribution of Stolen Goods and Judicial Paternalism in Early Modern Italy
Marion Pluskota : Co-offending and Criminal Associations in Amsterdam, Bologna and Le Havre in the 19th Century: Cultural Norms and Gender Differences


J-6 LAT03 Public Health, Race and the State in Latin America
Johan Huizinga, 025
Network: Latin America Chairs: -
Organizers: Kim Clark, Paulo Drinot Discussants: -
David Carey, Jr. : Perceptions of Illness and Indigeneity in Guatemala and Ecuador, 1900-1950
Kim Clark : Public Health, State Agents, and Rural Populations in Two Ecuadorian Andean Provinces, 1925-1945
Paulo Drinot : Combating Venereal Disease in Peru, 1930s-1950s
Chiara Pagnotta : State Building and Population Policies in Liberal Ecuadorian Governments (19th - 20 Centuries)


K-6 AFR03 Millenarian Movements & Religious Revitalization Campaigns in Colonial and Post-Colonial Africa
Johan Huizinga, 026
Network: Africa Chair: Mirjam de Bruijn
Organizer: Anne Marieke van der Wal Discussants: -
Tunde Adeleke : Africa and the Challenges of Twentieth Century Black Diaspora Struggles: Malcolm X, Stokely Carmichael and Walter Rodney
Nicolai Baumert : Missionary Education under Different Colonial Regimes - the Historical Roots of Educational Development in Cameroon, 1868 - 1960
David Damtar : Unequal Opportunities and Unequal Access: a Micro-analysis of Decolonising Mining Communities in Ghana (1950-1972)
Amiara Solomon Amiara : Migration, War and the Dialectics of Clannish Induced Wars in Northeastern Igboland of Nigeria, a Historical Prognosis
Anne Marieke van der Wal : Radicalization, Millenarianism and Violent Protest in Colonial and Post-Colonial Africa. Old and New Questions, a Case Study from South Africa
Leslie Whitmire : Women's Labor in Reconstructing Notions of Masculinity and Gender in Acholiland


L-6 LAB25 Through the Lens of Gender: Technology, Labour Law and Wages
Johan Huizinga, 023C
Networks: Labour , Women and Gender Chair: Hanne Østhus
Organizers: - Discussant: Gorkem Akgoz
Rory Archer : Textile Workers in Late-socialist Yugoslavia: Productive and Reproductive Labour between Outsourced Piecework the Party-state
Chiara Bonfiglioli : Beyond the ‘Double Burden’: on the Archives of State Socialist Women’s Organizations and their Usefulness for Micro-histories of Labour and Gender
Jørgen Burchardt : From Women to Men: How Culture, Education and Technology formed the Transition of the Labor Force behind the Production of Cheese
Rebecca Zahn, Miriam Kullmann : Where are the Women? Rediscovering Female Contributions to the Development of Labour Law


M-6 FAM01 “A Right to a Child”: Reproductive Medicine and Adoption in Postwar Europe
Lipsius, 002
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Tracey Loughran
Organizers: Chiara Candaele, Tinne Claes Discussant: Caroline Rusterholz
Fabrice Cahen : Patient, Client or Right Holder: Access to ART in France (1970-1994)
Chiara Candaele : ‘A Child is saved, a Childless Couple has been helped out’. Catholic Promotion of Intercountry Adoption (Belgium, 1945-1970)
Tinne Claes : A Family is not a Luxury Good: Rights to Children, Grassroots Initiatives and the Cost of Infertility Treatments in Belgium
Kasper Eriksen : A Scandinavian Way of Adoption? A Comparative Study of Transnational Adoption Policies in 20th Century Scandinavia


N-6 WOM15 Roundtable: Precarious Work between Production and Reproduction
Lipsius, 005
Network: Women and Gender Chairs: -
Organizer: Eileen Boris Discussants: Eloisa Betti, Eileen Boris, Anna Frisone, Annelise Orleck, Asli Vatansever


O-6 ELI14 Violence, Love and Power - Perspectives on European Nobility
Lipsius, 147
Network: Elites and Forerunners Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Saara Hilpinen : The Honour Culture of the Nobility in the Grand Duchy of Finland in the 19th Century
Alexander Isacsson : The Ducal Court and Relationships of Power in Early Modern Sweden
Maria Malatesta : Noble Families, Marriage and Power in the Kingdom of Italy (1861-1943)
Ralph Tuchtenhagen : The Robber Princess: Royal Swedish Privateering during the Livonian and Nordic Twenty-Five Years’ War (1560s to 1590s)


P-6 RUR06 Crossing the Horizontal Border. Living and Material Flows between Highlands and Lowlands in the Alps (16th-19th Century)
Lipsius, 148
Network: Rural Chair: Claudio Lorenzini
Organizers: Giacomo Bonan, Claudio Lorenzini Discussant: Giacomo Bonan
Matteo Di Tullio : A Precarious World. The Management of Water in the Po Valley between Upper and Low Lands
Katia Occhi : Relations and Interdependencies between Mountain and Plain in Early Modern Europe
Martin Stuber : Transfer or Integration? Forms of Interaction between the City of Chur and the Mountain Community Arosa in the longue durée
Matteo Tacca : Complementary Resources: High Land and Low Lands in Western Alps Valley Floors Communities (XVIII Century)


Q-6 LAB06 Exploring Slave Trade in Asia
Lipsius, 227
Networks: Asia , Labour Chair: Matthias van Rossum
Organizer: Samantha Sint Nicolaas Discussants: -
Preethi Ayyalusamy : Banning Export of Women and Children in the Bombay Zillah
Samuel Bass : Testamentary Manumission Records in Early Modern Mongolia
Claude Chevaleyre : Chinese Slave Trade Database Initiative
Jessica Hanser : Servants and Slaves Sailing on British Ships to and from China
Vinil Paul : Once A Slave Always A Slave: a History of Local Networks of Slave Sale in Kerala, c 1700-1820
Samantha Sint Nicolaas : Exploring Slave Trade in Asia


R-6 ORA03 Oral Histories of War and Violence
Lipsius, 307
Network: Oral History Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Ahmad Al-Adarbeh : Dove from Sweden
Michael John : Institutionalised Children - Interviews, Interrogations, Clearing Reports and Life Stories
Kate Rossiter, Jen Rinaldi : Rewriting Huronia’s History: Oral Histories of Institutional Violence
Simona Tobia : Let us in on your Little Secret. An Oral History of a World War II Top-secret Interrogation Center
Carmen Winkel : Narratives of the War: the Gulf War in Saudi Oral Histories


S-6 FAM07 Context is Everything: Situating Demographic Patterns through Qualitative Sources
P.J. Veth, 1.01
Network: Family and Demography Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Martin Andersson : From Slaves to Servants: the Rise of Rural Servantry in Medieval Scandinavia, 1300-1650
Bonnie Clementsson : Cultural Notions of Incestuous Relationships in Early Modern Sweden
Oleg Gorbachev, Lyudmila Mazur : The Soviet Rural Family in the Feature Cinema: Mythologems, Images, Problems
Maija Runcis : Estonian Families in Sweden – an Analysis of the Collection “Life Destinies” at the Swedish Nordic Museum
Markéta Skorepová : Relatives? Friends? Protectors and Mentors? Godparents and Sponsors in Bohemian Rural Society


T-6 REL07 The Religious Sensorium. Addressing Non-textual Realms of Faith
Reuvensplaats 4, 101E
Network: Religion Chair: Marina Hilber
Organizer: Tine Van Osselaer Discussant: Marina Hilber
Merlijn Gabel : The Tyrol-experience. How Sensing the Supernatural Supported the Idea of a Tyrolian Catholic Identity in the 19th-Century
Maria Heidegger : “The Sound of Religion” About the Listening to Noisy Suffering in the Sanatorium - the Example of Catholic Tyrol in the 19th Century
Leonardo Rossi : Performing the Passion: Forbidden Sensorial Practices in Surviving Religious Material
Kristof Smeyers : Cloth, Cotton, Social fabric. Weaving together Material and Sensory Experiences of Religious Supernatural Phenomena in Early Twentieth-century English Local and Transnational Communities
Tine Van Osselaer : The Corpse as Evidence? Exhuming Bodies in Search of Proof of the Divine


U-6 HEA07 The Epidemiological Transition and Occupational Health in the Late Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
Reuvensplaats 4, 201A
Networks: Health and Environment , Social Inequality , Urban Chairs: -
Organizer: David Green Discussants: -
Helene Castenbrandt : Long Term Morbidity in Sweden in the Early Twentieth Century
Stephan Curtis : The Provision of Institutional Medicine during Stockholm’s Industrialisation (c.1870-1900)
David Green, Kathleen McIlvenna : Death after Life: Incapacity and Post-retirement Health Trajectories of Postal Workers in Late Nineteenth and Twentieth-century Britain
Nicola Shelton : Using the ONS Longitudinal Study to Investigate Historical Populations: the Case of Postal Workers


V-6 MAT08 Out of the Ordinary: Non-standard Retailing and Consumption in 19th Century Europe
Matthias de Vrieshof 2, 002
Network: Material and Consumer Culture Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Sarah Curtis : The Child Consumer in Nineteenth-Century France
Ian Mitchell : Much more than a Store: the Co-operative Shop in England 1870-1914
Iria Suarez Martinez : A Better Childhood for All Children: Designing the Modern Space for Sick Children in East London, 1850-1900
Anna Sundelin, Johanna Wassholm : Practices and Morality in the Late Nineteenth Century Human Hair Trade. Finland as Part of Transnational Flows of Goods


W-6 SEX03 Beyond “Vanilla History”: Global Decolonization and the Routes of Sexual Revolution
Matthias de Vrieshof 2, 004
Network: Sexuality Chair: Andrew DJ Shield
Organizer: Chelsea Schields Discussant: Andrew DJ Shield
Christopher Ewing, Ulrike Schaper : Sexual Frustrations and Dream Vacations: West German Discourses of Sex Tourism after the Sexual Revolution
Julian Isenia : Anto Kiko Awo? (and now what?): the Life and Works of Dutch Caribbean Theatre Maker Fridi Martina
Elizabeth Jacob : “The Checkbook has killed True Love”: Debating Love and Money in Postcolonial Abidjan
Chelsea Schields : Revolutionary Liaisons: Sex, Socialism and Black Power in the Dutch Atlantic


X-6 SOC03 Independence is Everything? Old Age, Care, Family Systems and Wellbeing before the Welfare State, c. 1000-c. 1900
Matthias de Vrieshof 4, 008A
Network: Social Inequality Chair: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux
Organizers: Henk Looijesteijn, Evelien Walhout Discussant: Jaco Zuijderduijn
Erik Beekink : Vulnerability and Strategies to Survive: a Detailed Study of Widowed People in the 19th Century
Alexandra Esteves : Women and Madness: a Case Study in Portugal in the Early Nineteenth Century
Henk Looijesteijn, Marco H.D. van Leeuwen : Pinnacles of Welfare? Almshouses in the Netherlands before the Welfare State, c. 1350-c. 1950
Anke Verbeke : Last Days. Social Networks and Formal Care Provisions at the Deathbed of Urban Elderly in Ghent, Brussels and Antwerp, 1797


Y-6 POL25 Crafting European Nation States through Education and the Role of Confessional Languages
Van Wijkplaats 2, 002
Networks: Education and Childhood , Politics, Citizenship, and Nations , Religion Chair: Michèle Hofmann
Organizers: Mette Buchardt, Daniel Tröhler Discussants: Pirjo Markkola, Johannes Westberg
Mette Buchardt : Science-based Biblical and Religion History as Nation State Crafting through Education. The Cases of Sweden, Denmark, and France 1880s-1930s
Stephanie Fox : The Germanization of Austrian Educational Sciences as Epistemological Colonial Project and Confessional Language Friction
Sara Fredfeldt Stadager : Colonial Religious Artefact Collection as National Enlightenment in Late 19th and Early 20th Century Denmark and France
Daniel Tröhler : Protestantism, the Educationalization of Social Problems, and the Formation of the National Minds in the Long 19th Century


Z-6 ETH06 Social Plurality and Global Empires: Mobility and Segregation
Van Wijkplaats 4, 004
Networks: Asia , Ethnicity and Migration Chair: Rafaël Thiébaut
Organizer: Alexander Geelen Discussants: -
Alexander Geelen : Regulation of Mobility in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Batavia
Ana Paula Lloyd : The Disruption of the Portuguese Inquisition 1674-81; Social Competition and Cross-cultural Politics
Daya Negri Wijaya : Does Religion Matter? Portuguese Free-Agents in Early Dutch Malacca
Elizabeth Thelen : (Re)regulating Urban Diversity and Segregation during the Decline of the Mughal Empire


ZA-6 POL06 The Little Entente of Women and Transnational Feminism in the Interwar Period
Van Wijkplaats 4, 005
Networks: Politics, Citizenship, and Nations , Women and Gender Chair: Magda Grabowska
Organizer: Maria Bucur Discussant: Maria Bucur
Katerina Dalakoura : Feminism and Actual Politics in Balkans: the Participation of Little Entente of Women and other Feminist Associations in the Balkan Conferences (1930-1934)
Krassimira Daskalova : Dimitrana Ivanova, the Bulgarian Women’s Movement during the 1920s and 1930s and the Little Entente of Women in the Global Interwar Feminist Context
Gabriela Dudeková Kovácová : Activists and Supporters of LEW in Czechoslovakia
Ivana Pantelic : Little Entente of Women Conference in Belgrade. Feminist Perspective



Thursday 19 March 2020 14.00 - 16.00
A-7 URB05a Living and Working in a Bustling District near the Port: the Diversity of Sailortowns around the World I
P.N. van Eyckhof 1, 003C
Network: Urban Chair: Kristof Loockx
Organizers: Hilde Greefs, Kristof Loockx Discussants: -
Eduard Page Campos : The Economic Transformation of the Maritime District of la Barceloneta in an Era of Massive Changes (1840-1916)
Lex Heerma van Voss : The Port as Sailors’ and Dockers’ Town
Christiaan van Bochove, Jelle van Lottum : A Network Analysis of Amsterdam’s Crimping Economy, 1837-1840


B-7 ECO30 Multiple Determinants of Health in History: New Quantitative Analyses of Interventions, Growth and the Environment in Europe and Japan during Industrialization
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 002
Network: Economic History Chair: Eric Schneider
Organizers: Joël Floris, Jarmo Peltola, Sakari Saaritsa Discussant: Svenn-Erik Mamelund
Joël Floris : Mortality Changes in Swiss Districts 1888-1930
Daniel Gallardo Albarran : Cyclical Mortality and Sanitation in Germany, 1890-1913
Kota Ogasawara : Metal Toxicity and Fetal Health: Industrial Pollution in Industrializing Japan
Sakari Saaritsa : Typhoid for All? The Determinants of Unequal Responses to a Shared Waterborne Health Shock during the Great Typhoid Epidemic of the City of Tampere, 1916


C-7 ANT05 Finance and Debt
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 003
Network: Antiquity Chair: Arjan Zuiderhoek
Organizers: - Discussant: Arjan Zuiderhoek
Bart Danon : The Distribution of Wealth and Power in the Roman Empire
Paul Kelly : Modelling Debt Levels of Farming Families in the Roman World
Neville Morley : Capitalism and its Critique, Ancient and Modern


D-7 SPA05 Textual Analysis
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 004
Network: Spatial and Digital History Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Jodi Burkett : British Student Newspapers Online: Mining and Mapping Protest and Activism
Ian Gregory : Newspapers and Geographical Text Analysis: Examples from the UK
Maelle Le Roux : Corpus Linguistics and History of Representations: an Interdisciplinary Analysis of the Capuchin Annual (1930-1977)
Faizah Zakaria : Digital Textual Analysis in Early Malay Manuscripts and the History of Elephants


E-7 THE05 Meet the Author: Bloomsbury History: Theory and Method - a New Digital Resource for Historians interested in Theories of History and the History of Historiography
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 005
Network: Theory Chair: Stefan Berger
Organizer: Stefan Berger Discussants: Berber Bevernage, Maria Grever, Ethan Kleinberg, Tracey Loughran, Edward Q. Wang


F-7 EDU08 Historical Lessons about Girlhood: Runaways, Addicts, and Dreamers
P.N. van Eyckhof 3, 002
Network: Education and Childhood Chairs: -
Organizer: Mona Gleason Discussants: -
Mona Gleason : Dreamers at a Distance: Rural Girlhood and the Promise of Education, BC, Canada, 1930-1950
Tamara Myers : Runaway Girls, Murder, and Moral Panics: Teenagers and 1970s Historiography
Elke Rajal : The Construction of »Asociality« in Children and Young People. On the Stigmatization and Persecution of Deviant Girls in the National Socialist Era


G-7 CUL07 The Shaping of a New Economy and Material Culture in 20th-century Europe: Maritime and Coastal Tourism between Totalitarianism, Democracy and Mass Consumption
P.N. van Eyckhof 3, 005
Network: Culture Chairs: -
Organizer: Patrizia Battilani Discussants: -
Patrizia Battilani : The Building of a New Economy and Material Culture along the Italian Adriatic Coast: Maritime and Coastal Tourism between 1920s and 1960s
Petra Kavrecic : Seaside Tourism in the Interwar Period: the Case of the Northern Adriatic
Carlos Larrinaga : Spain after the Civil War (1936-1939). The New Possibilities for the Maritime and Coastal Tourism


H-7 WOR05 Global Concepts and Local Contestations: Discussing “Democracy”, “Rights” and “Crisis” in 20th-21st Century Politics
Johan Huizinga, 004
Network: Global History Chair: Josefin Rönnbäck
Organizer: Monica Quirico Discussant: Josefin Rönnbäck
Yulia Gradskova : Women’s International Democratic Federation: Inspiring the Third World’s Women with Achievements of the Soviet Emancipation
Valur Ingimundarson : Societal Reckoning and National Rebranding: Iceland’s Financial Crisis in a Global Context
Carl Marklund : Scandotropicalism? The Nordic Responses to the Global South’s Demands for a New International Economic Order (NIEO)
Robert Mohammadi Nilsson : Black Panther Party in Scandinavia
Monica Quirico : Democracy in the Shadow of Hate: Freedom of Expression and Anti-discrimination Struggle in Northern Europe


I-7 CRI09 Prosopography in Legal History and Relational Database
Johan Huizinga, 006
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Xavier Rousseaux
Organizer: Emmanuel Berger Discussant: Xavier Rousseaux
Emmanuel Berger : RDBs and Popular Jurors
David Churchill, Iain Channing & Henry Yeomans : Where Next for Historical Criminology?
Jérôme de Brouwer : RDBs and Lawyers
Maxime Jottrand : RDBs and Law Professors
Françoise Muller : RDBs and Magistrates


J-7 LAT02 Histories of Gender and Women’s Empowerment in Latin America
Johan Huizinga, 025
Network: Latin America Chair: Jasmine Gideon
Organizer: Jadwiga E Pieper Mooney Discussant: Jasmine Gideon
Angela Corsa : Indigenous Women's Empowerment in 20th Century Ecuador: Interpretive Power and Indigenous "Authenticity"
Jael Goldsmith Weil : Standing on the Shoulders of Others: Generations of Feminism and Reflections about Feminist Futures
Jadwiga E Pieper Mooney : Feminist Translations across Generations: #NiUnaMenos, #MeToo, and Chile’s Mayo Feminista in Historical Perspective
Marcela Vasquez-Leon : Colombian Refugees in Ecuador: Women’s Empowerment as a Tool for Conflict Resolution and Food Security


K-7 AFR04 Social Plurality and Global Empires: Labour Relations in Colonial Context 16-19th Centuries
Johan Huizinga, 026
Network: Africa Chair: Alexander Geelen
Organizer: Rafaël Thiébaut Discussant: Nabhojeet Sen
Miguel Bandeira Jerónimo : Governing Difference: Labour and (Sub)citizenship Politics in the Portuguese Empire (1875-1962)
Ângela Barreto Xavier : Regulating Labour in Early-modern Goa. The Pai dos Cristãos and the Aspirations of the Local Populations
Virginie Chaillou-Atrous : The engagés of La Réunion in the Nineteenth Century: Origins and Working Conditions
Cheikh Sene : The Signares of Senegal: Socio-economic Trajectories of a Group of Métis Women Workers in a Black World in the 17th-19th Centuries
Rafaël Thiébaut : Local Populations and Labour in the Dutch Colonial Empire – the Example of the Cape and the Guianas


L-7 LAB26 Labour on the Move: Labour Mobility from Commuting to Transnational Migration
Johan Huizinga, 023C
Networks: Ethnicity and Migration , Labour Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussant: Supurna Banerjee
Patrick Bek : Disciplining and Empowering Workers: Commuter Buses in Postwar Netherlands
Rituparna Datta : Labour Utopias in the Indian Coolie Diaspora: the Narrative of Hope, Despair and Dislike 1830-1920
Viveka Gurung : A Socio-historical Analysis of: the Nepalese Migrant Labor and their Contribution in the Urbanization of the East District of Sikkim, with Special Focus on Gangtok Town
Paulo Terra, Marcelo Badaró Mattos : Elements for a Discussion of Migration, Labour and Racial/ethnic Prejudice: Historical Flows of Migration between Brazil and Portugal (19th and 20th Centuries)


M-7 FAM02 A Haven in a Heartless World? The Logics of Marriage, Remarriage and Divorse
Lipsius, 002
Network: Family and Demography Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Hiroshi Kawaguchi : Arranged Marriage and Female Labor in the 19th Century, North-eastern Japan
Hideko Matsuo, Koen Matthijs : Marriage Seasonality Trends from Early 19th to Early 20th Century, Analysis Based on Two Provinces in Flanders
Jean-Francois Mignot, Sandra Bree : Risking Divorce in France since the 19th Century
Mary Nagata : Marriage Practice in the Historical and Contemporary Japanese Family
Miquel Valls-Fígols, Joana Maria Pujadas-Mora & Gabriel Brea-Martínez : Could my Sibling Determine my Own Marriage? Individual Determinants of Marriage Formation in the Barcelona Area, 16th-17th Centuries
Ingrid van Dijk, Jan Kok : Kept in the Family: Remarriage, Siblings, and Consanguinity in The Netherlands 1812 - 1927


N-7 WOM11A Women's Transnational Activism I, 1800-present
Lipsius, 005
Networks: Social Inequality , Women and Gender Chairs: -
Organizers: Anne Cova, Laura Downs Discussant: Laura Downs
Clarisse Berthezène : Becoming Part of the European Union of Women: British Conservative Women and Transnational Social Action, 1945-1955
Anne Cova : Transnational Women’s Activism in Southern Europe and Latin America, 1888-1918
Dominika Gruziel : The Contentious Membership of the Polish Catholic Organizations in the Fédération Internationale des Ligues Catholiques Féminines
Marco H.D. van Leeuwen, Zoltan Lippenyi : Women’s Transnational Activism 1800-present, as Revealed by Global TSMO-data


O-7 ELI15 Roundtable: European Land Reforms from Late 19th to Post-Soviet Period
Lipsius, 147
Network: Elites and Forerunners Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -


P-7 RUR07 Enclosure and Productivity in Pre-industrial Europe: Ways to Measure and Explanatory Mechanisms
Lipsius, 148
Network: Rural Chair: Patrick Svensson
Organizers: Marja Birgitta Erikson, Mats Morell Discussant: Patrick Svensson
Marja Birgitta Erikson : Enclosures and Land Productivity Change. Evidence from East-central Sweden 1827-1890
Richard W Hoyle : So why do it? The Justifications for English and Scottish Enclosure in the Later Eighteenth Century
Maja Lundqvist : Land Clearance and Village Characteristics in Uppsala County, Sweden 1750-1900
Lars Nyström : Did Enclosures boost Sweden’s Agricultural Production? Empirical Evidence from Västergötland, Scania and the National Level


Q-7 LAB14 Organizing Workers’ Education: from Above and from Below
Lipsius, 227
Networks: Education and Childhood , Labour Chair: Wiktor Marzec
Organizers: Jenny Jansson, Jonas Söderqvist Discussant: Samuel Edquist
Marisa Depicker : Recycling War-wounded Workers. Re-education of Belgian Physically Disabled Soldiers, Civilians and Prisoners of the First and Second World War, 1914-1958
Elina Hakoniemi : Why Worker’s Education – the Establishment of the Worker’s Educational Association of Finland
Jenny Jansson : Workers’ Education and the ILO
Francoise Laot : Educating Workers’ Wives or Educating Women Workers? Circulation of Ideas and Evolving Discourses in the Late Sixties and Early Seventies France


R-7 ORA04 Intimate Intersections: Exploring the Past through Letters, Photographs and Oral Histories
Lipsius, 307
Network: Oral History Chair: Julie-Marie Strange
Organizer: Penny Summerfield Discussant: Julie-Marie Strange
Gadi Algazi : Self in Narration: Structures of Experience in an Israeli Transit Camp
Deborah Bernstein, Talia Pfefferman : Highlighting Spatial Movement via Ego Documents
Penny Summerfield : Historicising the Self: British Correspondence in World War Two
Penny Tinkler : Liminal Selves in Focus: Using Personal Photos to Explore Histories of Teenage Selfhood


S-7 FAM06 Children among the Streets – a Deadly Destiny?
P.J. Veth, 1.01
Network: Family and Demography Chairs: -
Organizer: Elena Glavatskaya Discussants: -
Eugenia Bournova : Infant and Child Mortality in the 1880-1920 Athens: a Microstudy
Elena Glavatskaya, Dmitry Bakharev, Iulia Borovik & Elizaveta Zabolotnykh : Child Mortality in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries Ekaterinburg, Russia: Macro and Micro Analyses
Silvia Ma Mendez Main : Infant Mortality in the Early 20th Centuries in Veracruz, Mexico
Gunnar Thorvaldsen, Hilde L. Sommerseth : Urban – Rural Differentials in Historical Child Mortality of Norway


T-7 REL08 Gender and Catholicism in Modern Europe
Reuvensplaats 4, 101E
Network: Religion Chairs: -
Organizer: Carol Harrison Discussants: -
Angela Berlis : Council, Conflict and Coping Strategies. Liberal Catholic Women’s Way of Dealing with their Marginalization in an Ultramontane Roman Catholic Church after the First Vatican Council (1870)
Carol Harrison : Alphonse Ratisbonne, Flâneur and Convert
Carmen M. Mangion : ‘Arousing the Imagination and Exposing Modesty to Danger’: Catholic Sister-nurses and Proscribed Nursing Practices
Caroline Muller : Seeking the Best Confessional: Authority of the Confessor and Feminine Resistances in Nineteenth-Century France
Yvonne Maria Werner : Clerical Sisters and Feminine Priests – Gender Constructions among Catholic Missionaries in the Nordic Countries in the Era of Ultramontanism


U-7 HEA09 Vaccination: Innovation to Resistance
Reuvensplaats 4, 201A
Network: Health and Environment Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
María-José Báguena, Rafaela Domínguez : Organization and Development of the Production of Diphtheria Serum at the Behringwerke in Germany and its presence in Spain (1918-1945)
Ida Milne : Little Picture, Big Picture: can Oral History play a Public Role in informing Parents about Vaccination Choices?
María-Isabel Porras, Pedro Luis Romera-Garrido & Maria-Victoria Caballero-Martínez : The Reappearance of Diphtheria in 2015: Historical Context and Social, Political and Scientific Responses in Spain and Castilla-La Mancha (1975-2018)
Ourania-Eleni Zachariadou, Anastasia Papadopoulou : Causes behind Parents’ Decision to not follow Medical Recommendations to Vaccinate their Children. A Violation to Children’s Rights? A Qualitative Study in Greece


V-7 MAT07 Marketing and Retailing in Post-war Europe
Matthias de Vrieshof 2, 002
Network: Material and Consumer Culture Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Alexander Hutton : The Local Rag: Advertising, the Provincial Press, and the Reshaping of Community in Postwar Britain
Lenka Kratka : “To make some Extra Money.” Smuggling and Black Market Trading as Experienced by People Travelling for Business from Czechoslovakia Abroad in the 1970s and 1980s
Hanna Kuusi : Consuming Sun, Spa and Socialism - Finnish Tourists at the Black Sea Coast in the 1960s–1970s
Will Wilson : ‘Greetings from the Oktoberfest’: Postcards, Materiality, and the Celebration of the ‘National Community’ in the Third Reich, 1933-1938
Ivana Mihaela Žimbrek : Mirrors of the City: Department Stores, Modern Retail and Urban Planning in Zagreb and Belgrade, 1950s-1960s


W-7 SPA06 Urban Spaces
Matthias de Vrieshof 2, 004
Network: Spatial and Digital History Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Leonid Borodkin : From Visualization to Analytics: Virtual Reconstruction of Moscow Historical Center Landscape
Oksana Chekryzhova, Bryukhanova E. & Krupochkin E. : Geoinformation Technologies in the Study of the Siberian Cities’ Social Space at the Turn of the 19th and 20th Centuries
Ewa Kazmierczyk : Methodological Aspects of Studies on Historical Urban Populations – Krakow’s Population and Urban Space in the 18th Century
Veikka Kilpeläinen : Understanding a Town: Agency and Spatiality in the Town of Helsinki circa 1770–1820
Jason Lilienthal y Trujillo : Recreating San Antonio’s Mexican Era Downtown Plazas and Surrounding Neighborhoods, circa 1820s using SketchUp Software
Dan Trepal, Dan Trepal : Hidden Legacies: Historical Spatial Data Infrastructures for Urban Industrial Archaeology


X-7 SOC10 Poverty, Marginality, and Innovation: Engaging beyond the Academy
Matthias de Vrieshof 4, 008A
Network: Social Inequality Chair: Sarah Lloyd
Organizer: Alannah Tomkins Discussants: -
Tanya Evans : Family Historians and ‘Ordinary People’s’ History
Susannah Ottaway : Engaging with Structures of the Poor Laws through Collaboration across Institutions
Alannah Tomkins : Unfolding the Poor Law: Archival Volunteers and a New Direction in Welfare Research


Y-7 POL31 Anarchism and the National Question - Contemporary Perspectives
Van Wijkplaats 2, 002
Network: Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chairs: -
Organizers: Jose Antonio Gutierrez, Ruth Kinna Discussant: Carl Levy
Matthew Adams : Theorising the Anti-Nation: George Woodcock, Anarchism, and Canadian Nationalism
Ercan Ayboga : No Solution to our National Question within the State: the Kurdish Outlook
Jordi Martí Font : 1-3 October 2017, the Anarchists and Disobedience in Catalonia


Z-7 ETH12 Translations of Migration and the Production of Power
Van Wijkplaats 4, 004
Network: Ethnicity and Migration Chair: Martin Lutz
Organizers: Sebastian Huhn, Frank Wolff Discussant: Ismee Tames
Sebastian Huhn : Translations in the Global Migration Regime after World War II
Federica Infantino : The Marketisation of the Border: Outsourcing European Migration Control
Hannes Warnecke-Berger : Translating Remittances into Power: Migration, Money and Empowerment in El Salvador and the Philippines in Comparative Perspective
Frank Wolff : Building Paper Walls: Statistics as a Tool for Stasi Power Formation in GDR


ZA-7 POL08 The Affective Glue of European Integration
Van Wijkplaats 4, 005
Network: Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Beatrice de Graaf
Organizer: Trineke Palm Discussant: Ute Frevert
Domenica Dreyer-Plum : Shaping a European Legal Culture: Ambitions, Dreams and Dreads of Failing and Succeeding Treaties in the 1950s
Jenny Hestermann : Fear and Mistrust as Driving Motors for Early European Integration
Trineke Palm : A European Army? Emotional Contestation over Europe’s Security Architecture
Anne-Isabelle Richard : Transnational Networks and Existential Fear in Interwar Europe



Thursday 19 March 2020 16.30 - 18.30
A-8 URB05b Living and Working in a Bustling District near the Port: the Diversity of Sailortowns around the World II
P.N. van Eyckhof 1, 003C
Networks: Economic History , Urban Chair: Hilde Greefs
Organizers: Hilde Greefs, Kristof Loockx Discussants: -
Pirita Frigren : Perspectives on Gendered Divisions of Labour in Port. The Case of 19th Century Finland
Melanie Holihead : Heedless of the Consequence: how Sailors’ Women’s Survival Strategies fed the Popular Imagination
Tomas Nilson : The Landlady as (Social) Network Node in Sailortown, 1880-1930. The Case of Gothenburg
Christina Reimann : The Mutual Impact between Migration and Pleasure Culture in Gothenburg’s Port Area (c. 1880-1925)


B-8 ECO31 Reassessing Moral Economy. Economic Ethics and Practices of Religious Communities from the Middle Ages to the 20th Century
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 002
Network: Economic History Chair: Thomas Ertl
Organizers: Martin Lutz, Tanja Skambraks Discussant: Thomas Ertl
Thomas Dorfner : Profit and the Lord. Economic Ethics and Practices of Pietist Communities in the 18th Century
Paul Franke : Taking the “Sin” out of Sin City? The Moral Economy of Gambling in Las Vegas 1945-1969
Martin Lutz : What does “Simplicity” mean in Modern Capitalism? The Economic Ethics of Mennonites, Amish and Hutterites in North America
Tanja Skambraks : Charitable Banking and Ethics of Credit in Late Medieval Italy: Franciscans and Monti di Pietà


C-8 MID02 Emotional Politics and the Town. Building Political Societies through Emotional Constrictions in Urban Western Europe in the Late Middle Ages.
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 003
Network: Middle Ages Chair: Jesus Angel Solorzano
Organizer: José Antonio Jara Fuente Discussant: Jesus Angel Solorzano
José Antonio Jara Fuente : In (Political) Love and Unity: Building Social Order and Consensus through Emotional Politics in Fifteenth-Century Urban Castile.
Alicia Inés Montero Málaga : Burgos and the Nobility: Friendship and Enmity in Action. Castile at the End of the Middle Ages
Gisela Naegle : "Dear Friends and Confederates": Emotions and Collective Defence Policies, Urban Leagues in the Late Medieval Empire
Adelaide Pereira Millán da Costa : Emotions Running High in Municipal Power. Portugal in the First Half of the XVI Century


D-8 SPA08 Representing Risk in Seventeenth-Century Europe: Maritime Averages, GIS and the Digital Humanities
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 004
Network: Spatial and Digital History Chair: Gijs Dreijer
Organizer: Lewis Wade Discussant: Jelle van Lottum
Jake Dyble : Digitalising Economic Data from the Baroque Age: Maritime Averages in Tuscany
Marta Garcia Garralon : Using Digital Technologies in History: the Challenges of a Database about General Average and Historical Research
Antonio Iodice : The Republic of Accountants: Genoese Trade in the XVII Century Mediterranean
Lewis Wade : A Rue with a View? Studying Early Modern French Insurance and Maritime Averages through GIS


E-8 THE06 Political Engagement and Historical Writing
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 005
Network: Theory Chair: Berber Bevernage
Organizer: Stefan Berger Discussant: Thomas Welskopp
Stefan Berger : Eric Hobsbawm and Political Engagement
Peter Burger : Fake news and fact checking
Antoon De Baets : Historians' Resistance to the Censorship of History
Tyson Retz : History, Science and Politics: Collingwood and Popper in the Interwar Years
Joke van der Leeuw : Euroclio and the Politics of History


F-8 EDU09 Memorials, Redress or Support? Dealing with the Legacy of Historical Child Abuse
P.N. van Eyckhof 3, 002
Network: Education and Childhood Chair: Antti Malinen
Organizers: Ólöf Garðarsdóttir, Pirjo Markkola, Johanna Sköld Discussant: Antti Malinen
Carling Beninger : Left Out of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Analysis of the History of the Moravian Church’s Indigenous Residential Schools in Labrador, Canada
Ólöf Garðarsdóttir : Gendered Discourses of Youth in Institutional Care in Post-war Iceland. On the Background of Public Investigations and Redress Schemes regarding Children and Youth in Public Institutions
Pirjo Markkola : Coping with the Past Failures of Child Welfare: Peer-support, Recognition and Redress in Finland
Adrienne Reilly : Memorials as a Mechanism for Dealing with the Legacy of [Historic] Child Abuse - an Ongoing Discussion
Johanna Sköld, Bengt Sandin : Evaluation of Memories of Childhood Traumas and Archival Documentation in the Swedish Redress Process


G-8 CUL08 Media History
P.N. van Eyckhof 3, 005
Network: Culture Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
John Burnett, Kathryn Burnett : Reconstructing the Dream: Eilean Donan Castle, Cultural Tourism Histories and a Scottish National Imagineering
Marguerite Corporaal : The Colours of Connemara: Transnational Dimensions of the Region in the European Illustrated Press, 1880-1900.
Heikki Kokko : Experience of Translocality – Culture of Readers’ Letters to Newspapers in the Mid-1800s Finland
Ana Machado : Musical Representations in the XVIII and XIX Century in Lisbon by Gazeta de Lisboa
Diego Moreno Galilea : The Written Press: a Space for Spanish Nineteenth-century Women


H-8 WOR06 Uncovering Hybridity in a Global Historical Perspective
Johan Huizinga, 004
Network: Global History Chair: Holger Weiss
Organizer: Patrik Hettula Discussant: Otso Kortekangas
Patrik Hettula : The British Gold Coast: the Scene of Eurafrican Resistance
Laura Hollsten : Dominicans, Haitians and Finns: Utopian Living and Racial Politics in the 1930s Dominican Republic
Liesbeth Rosen Jacobson : 'The Colonial Past keeps Haunting the Postcolonial Present’. How Colonial Heritage Organisations came to Terms with the Colonial Past in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and France
Johanna Wassholm : Mobile Groups and Enemy Images. Russian Itinerant Pedlars in Finland in the “First Period of Russification” (1899–1905)
Kaarle Wirta : Lived Hybridity in the Danish Indian Ocean Trade (1616-1650)


I-8 CRI13 The Development of Transnational Policing 1750-2020
Johan Huizinga, 006
Network: Criminal Justice Chairs: -
Organizer: David Cox Discussants: -
Bettina Blum : Policing with the Enemy. British Military Police, Public Safety and German Police in Post-war Germany 1945-1955
Jonas Campion : Defining Police and Public Security Policies at an International Level: the Cross Channel Intelligence Cooperation (1968-2000)
David Cox : The Origins of Transnational Policing: the Continental Activities of the Bow Street ‘Runners’, 1750-1840
John McDaniel : The Accountability of Transnational Policing: from 1990 to 2019


J-8 CRI18 Prison and Prisoners' Experiences
Johan Huizinga, 025
Network: Criminal Justice Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Bonnie Clementsson : Life Stories from Convicts in 1840s Sweden
Valentine Dewulf : Work and Resistance in Colonial Prisons. The Case of the Belgian Congo (1908-1960)
Helen Johnston : The English Prison during the Second World War: the 'Blitz', Evacuation and Impact of War
Anette Larner : Reconsidering Transference of Prison Ideology from Holland to Denmark in the Early 17th Century
Jo Turner, Professor Helen Johnston : Disability and the Victorian Convict Prison


K-8 TEC02 Patents and Innovation: Germany and Italy in the XIX and early XX Centuries
Johan Huizinga, 026
Network: Science & Technology Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Felix Selgert, Alexander Donges : The Inclusiveness of Patent Systems in 19th-Century Germany
Jochen Streb : Discrimination against Foreigners. The Wuerttemberg Patent Law in Administrative Practice
Michelangelo Vasta : Sectoral patterns of innovation in Italian industry: from the Liberal Age to Fascism (1861-1936)


L-8 ASI05 Caste and Power in India and the Indian Diaspora
Johan Huizinga, 023C
Network: Asia Chair: Nandini Gooptu
Organizers: Nandini Gooptu, Sneha Krishnan Discussants: -
Aparna Agarwal : Cast(e)ing off Waste: a Study of Bhalswa Landfill in Delhi
Pradhani Bag : Caste, Identities, Discrimination and Social Exclusion in the Contemporary India
Diana Dimitrova : Belonging, Citizenship and Cultural Identity: the Radhasoami Community in Canada
Soumya Mishra : The Solitary Worker: Caste and Solidarity beyond the Village


M-8 FAM22 SwedPop - New Perspectives on Swedish Social, Demographic and Economic History over 200 Years
Lipsius, 002
Network: Family and Demography Chairs: -
Organizer: Elisabeth Engberg Discussants: -
Elisabeth Engberg : The National SwedPop-initiative: Merging Five Large Databases into a National Resource for Demographic Research
Christer Lundh, Martin Dribe : Urban-rural Patterns of Leaving Home: Local Populations in Sweden 1915-1943
Martin Önnerfors : Water, Segregation and Mortality: the Case of Stockholm 1878-1926
Glenn Sandström, Maria Stanfors & Martin Bergvall : Growing more Equal and Growing Apart? SES and the Rise of Divorce in Sweden, 1880-1970


N-8 WOM11B Women's Transnational Activism II 1930s-1940s
Lipsius, 005
Networks: Social Inequality , Women and Gender Chairs: -
Organizer: Anne Cova Discussants: -
Ángela Cenarro : A Fascist Welfare? Female Social Action in the Spanish Civil War and Early Franco Dictatorship
Julie Gottlieb : British Nationalist Feminism in the Sphere of International Relations in the Interwar Period
Radka Sustrova : Take Your Chance if You Can. Labour, Women’s Voices and Authoritarian Order in Bohemia and Morava of 1940s
Judith Szapor : “The numerus clausus exiles:” the Transnational Networks of Hungarian Jewish Women in the Interwar Period


O-8 ELI08 Educated National Elites I: Militaries, Jurists and Separatists
Lipsius, 147
Network: Elites and Forerunners Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Ovidiu Iudean : Legal Elites and Nation-building in Nineteenth and Early Twentieth-century Transylvania
Jacopo Lorenzini : The Professional Soldier and the National Idea: Military Academies Forging National(ist) Elites
Sergey Valentinovich Lyubichankovskiy : Did the Empire Grow its own Grave-diggers? Russian Education System as a Way of Forming the National Kazakh Elite (19th - Early 20th Centuries)
Andrei Florin Sora : The Road to Authoritarianism: the Prefects with Long Military Experience in Greater Romania (1918-1938)


P-8 RUR04 Agricultural and Food Policy, Technology, and Emigration in Spanish Agriculture
Lipsius, 148
Network: Rural Chair: Ray Hurt
Organizer: Ray Hurt Discussant: Silvia Mitchell
Suzanne Dunai : ’For Country, Bread, and Justice’: making Bread and Fascist Foodways in Francoist Spain, 1937-1951
Lourenzo Fernández Prieto, Bruno Esperante Paramos : Technology and Industrial Farming in Rural Galicia 1959-1986.
Juan Pan-Montojo : Rural Development: the Reception of a New Political Paradigm for Spanish Agriculture in the 1960s
Juan Villulla, Pablo Volkind : From Spanish Peasants to Argentine Farmers and Workers: Class, Ethnicity, and the Agrarian Question in the Argentine Pampas, 1870-1914


Q-8 LAB08 Labour Activism, Neoliberalism and the State in the Middle East and North Africa
Lipsius, 227
Networks: Africa , Asia , Labour Chair: Gorkem Akgoz
Organizer: Peyman Jafari Discussants: -
Nadine Abdalla : From the Dream of Change to the Nightmare of Structural Weakness: the Trajectory of Egypt’s Independent Trade Union Movement after 2011
Lorenzo Feltrin : The Moroccan System of Labour Institutions: A Non-Institutionalist Perspective
M. H. Ilias : South Asian Labourers and Non-Citizenry Aspects of Popular Politics in the Gulf
Peyman Jafari : Toxic Labour in Assaluyeh (Iran): Privatisation, Precarity and Pollution in the South Pars Economic Energy Zone
Aurora Sottimano : Social Justice and Labour Mobilisation in Lebanon and Egypt


R-8 ORA05 Oral History Archives, Collections and Ethics
Lipsius, 307
Network: Oral History Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Terry Brotherstone, Hugo Manson : Twenty Years On: Reflections on Creating an Oral-history Archive to Inform the Interpretation of Contemporary British History - in Dialogue with Hugo Manson
Leslie McCartney : Our Whole Gwich’in Way of Life has Changed. Stories from the People of the Land
Tina Plasil-Laschober : How to Establish an Oral History Collection – Challenges and Difficulties
Felicitas Söhner : Ethical Issues on Archiving for the Secondary Analysis of Eye Witness Documents


S-8 FAM08 East Asian Family History
P.J. Veth, 1.01
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Theo Engelen
Organizer: Tim Riswick Discussant: Jan Kok
Luc Bulten : The Colonial Register Inside Out: Indigenous Family Composition and Identity Formation in Eighteenth Century Dutch Colonial Sri Lank
Sangwoo Han, Kijung Kwon & Donggue Lee : Comparison of Elite Families in the Capital, Urban, and Rural in the 17th Century Korea
Sijie Hu : The Continuity of Six Chinese Lineages, 1400-1900
Martin Kolk, Yen-Shin Alice Cheng : Sex Composition and Parity Progression in Sweden and Taiwan: Evidence of Changing Gender Preferences from 200 Years of Micro Level Fertility Histories
Tim Riswick : Between Rivalry and Support: Differences in the Mortality Chances of Brothers and Sisters in Taiwan (1906-1946) and the Netherlands (1863-1910)


T-8 REL09 Religion and Social Change in the Twentieth Century
Reuvensplaats 4, 101E
Network: Religion Chair: Agata Ignaciuk
Organizer: John Wood Discussant: Peter Webster
Benedikt Brunner : Sacred Chance or Idol of Decay? Christian Intellectuals in Germany between Rejection and Hopes for the Future in the Long 1960s
Katharina Ebner : When Catholic Families Change - Pastoral Care and Marriage Counseling in Germany in the Context of New Lifestyles and Values (1968-2016)
Gladys Ganiel : Responding to Conflict in Northern Ireland: Presbyterians and Forgiveness
Manfred Sing : Biopolitics and Islam: Controversies about the Life Sciences in Islamic Contexts
John Wood : Christian Intellectuals in Britain and the Challenge of Technology from the 1930s to the 1950s


U-8 HEA08 War, Medicine, Influenza and Mortality
Reuvensplaats 4, 201A
Network: Health and Environment Chair: Ida Milne
Organizers: - Discussant: Ida Milne
Daniel R. Curtis, Bram van Besouw : Urban Graveyards or Safe Harbors? Warfare and Civilian Mortality in the Seventeenth-Century Low Countries
Helena da Silva : Influenza among Portuguese Troops during the First World War
Jessica Dimka, Svenn-Erik Mamelund : The Impact of Disability on 1918 Influenza Outcomes
Svenn-Erik Mamelund : Time from Illness Onset to Death during the 1918-20 Influenza Pandemic: does Socioeconomic Status Matter?
Anastassiya Schacht : Bipolar Science? - Soviet Psychiatry as a Battlefield of the Cold War


V-8 MAT09 Luxury, Fashion and Social Status in South-Eastern Europe (17th-19th centuries)
Matthias de Vrieshof 2, 002
Network: Material and Consumer Culture Chair: Alex Drace-Francis
Organizer: Constanta Vintila-Ghitulescu Discussant: Alex Drace-Francis
Giulia Calvi : Visual Negotiations. Picturing the Clothing of Men and Women across the Ottoman Empire (16-17th)
Maria Pakucs : Ottoman Goods in Transylvania in the Early Modern Period: Desire, Demand and Distribution
Nicoleta Roman : Family Goods and New Luxuries of Life. Parents, Children and Material Culture in 19th Century Wallachia
Constanta Vintila-Ghitulescu : Social Status and Consumption through a Woman’s Eyes: the Journal of Elena Hartulari (1810-1854)
Michal Wasiucionek : Sartorial Regimes along the Black Sea: Same Garments and Different Meanings from Istanbul to L’viv


W-8 SEX04 Puberty, Consent, and Memory: Intergenerational Sex in Western Societies, 1700-2000
Matthias de Vrieshof 2, 004
Network: Sexuality Chair: Elwin Hofman
Organizer: Randolph Trumbach Discussant: Elwin Hofman
Samuel Bussan : Defining Dementia Praecox: Puberty and the Meaning of Psychiatry in Britain, 1890-1925
Randolph Trumbach : Choirboys and Puberty, Virgins and Venereal Disease: Intergenerational Sex in Eighteenth-Century England
Theo van der Meer : The Age of Consent in Holland 1911-1971


X-8 SOC07 Probate Records Reconsidered: Common Grounds and Pathways forward in the Study of Historical Inequalities and Living Standards
Matthias de Vrieshof 4, 008A
Network: Social Inequality Chairs: -
Organizers: Erik Bengtsson, Oana Sorescu-Iudean Discussants: -
Erik Bengtsson, Patrick Svensson : Living Conditions of the Landless during the Agricultural Revolution, Sweden 1750-1900
Sofia Gustafsson : Probate Inventories as Sources for Studying Social Networks and Credit Relations in Finland and Sweden 1790-1910
Wouter Ryckbosch : Inequality, Living Standards and Social Relations in the Early Modern Low Countries: a View from Probate Inventories
Oana Sorescu-Iudean, Angelina Cristina Lumezeau : Mapping Probate in Eighteenth-century Transylvania: Potential Determinants and Record Linkage Opportunities


Y-8 ETH07 Transnational Antislavery Connections in North America and the Caribbean, 1776-1865
Van Wijkplaats 2, 002
Network: Ethnicity and Migration Chair: Damian Pargas
Organizer: Thomas Mareite Discussant: Maartje Janse
Claire Bourhis-Mariotti : Holly’s Vindication of the Capacity of the Negro Race: African Americans, Haiti and the “Regeneration” of the Black Race
Oran Kennedy : “To Aid in the Extinction of Slavery”: Canada’s Antislavery Movement and the Formation of Transnational Abolitionist Connections in North America
Thomas Mareite : Mexico and Transnational Antislavery Connections in 19th-century North America
Nele Sawallish : Imagined Communities: Strategic Black Subjecthood and Loyalties in North America


Z-8 ETH08 Unmaking Borders: Freedom of Movement in Historical and Contemporary Perspective
Van Wijkplaats 4, 004
Network: Ethnicity and Migration Chair: Christiane Reinecke
Organizers: Marcel Berlinghoff, Jannis Panagiotidis Discussant: Christiane Reinecke
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
Miika Tervonen : Bordering the Nation: Deportation and Forced Removals in 20-21th Century Finland


ZA-8 POL12 Radical Networks Crossing Time & Space: Mediating Left and Right
Van Wijkplaats 4, 005
Network: Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Lilly Goren
Organizer: Carolyn Eichner Discussant: Lilly Goren
Carolyn Eichner : Revolutionary Synchronies: Kabyle, Kanak, & Communards against France
Jennifer Evans : Facebook and the Uses and Abuses of History
Kathy Ferguson : Emma Goldman’s Women
James LeSueur : The Czechoslovak Television’s View of Anticolonial Wars from the 1950s to the 1980s: from the Archives of Czech TV


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