Preliminary Programme

Showing: Thursday 25 March 2021 12.30 - 13.45 (single time slot)
Wed 24 March
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Thu 25 March
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Fri 26 March
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Sat 27 March
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All days
Thursday 25 March 2021 12.30 - 13.45
A-6 ECO13 Financing the Real Economy: Echoes from the Past, 1300-1975
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Network: Economic History Chair: Oscar Gelderblom
Organizers: Amaury de Vicq, Ruben Peeters Discussant: Christiaan van Bochove
Moderators: -
Amaury de Vicq : The Tragedy of SME-financing: Mission Drift at Dutch Credit Cooperatives, 1850s-1910s
Ruben Peeters : Serving the Smallest Firms: Public Loan Guarantee Funds in the Netherlands, 1915-1978
Josje Schnitzeler : Dutch Money in the Tropics. The Development of the Orphan Chamber of Batavia and its Relationship with the VOC, 1624-1818


B-6 ECO16 Geospatial Economic History of Southeast European Regions, 1840-1940: a Cross Examination of Population and Economic Geography
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Networks: Economic History , Spatial and Digital History Chair: M. Erdem Kabadayi
Organizer: M. Erdem Kabadayi Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Grigor Boykov, Petrus Gerrits : Analysing and Mapping of Settlement Patterns and Population Densities of Southeast European Regions, 1840-1920
Efe Erünal : Understanding Intergenerational Life and Occupational Cycles in the Mid-Nineteenth Century Ottoman Empire through Record Linkage
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
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Network: Antiquity Chair: Neville Morley
Organizer: Neville Morley Discussants: Filippo Carlà-Uhink, Birgitta Sjöberg Leppänen, Arjan Zuiderhoek
Moderators: -


D-6 SEX06 Sexological Syncretism: Scientia Sexuals in Action
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Network: Sexuality Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Chiara Beccalossi : Normalising Hormone Treatments across the ‘Latin Atlantic’, c.1919-1950
Kate Davison : Pavlov in the Antipodes: the Transnational Reach of Postwar Behaviourism in the Treatment of Homosexuality
Birgit Lang, Katie Sutton : The Ethics of the Visual Turn: Experts and their Subjects in Fin de siecle Sexology and Criminology
Riikka Taavetti : Liberated and Equal: Constructing Finnish Sexuality in Sex Research from the 1970s to the 1990s


E-6 POL25 Crafting European Nation States through Education and the Role of Confessional Languages
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Networks: Education and Childhood , Politics, Citizenship, and Nations , Religion Chair: Michèle Hofmann
Organizers: Mette Buchardt, Daniel Tröhler Discussant: Johannes Westberg
Moderators: -
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


F-6 EDU07 Abandoned, Orphaned & Displaced: Histories of Children’s Destitution and Relief
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Network: Education and Childhood Chair: Machteld Venken
Organizer: Friederike Kind-Kovács Discussants: -
Moderators: -
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
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 CUL04 Modern Tourism History: Institutions, Experts, and Travel Cultures since World War II
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Network: Culture Chairs: -
Organizer: Sune Bechmann Pedersen Discussant: Jan Hein Furnée
Moderators: -
Sune Bechmann Pedersen : European Integration and International Tourism: Between “National Egoism” and “Free International Circulation”
Sara Fieldston : “The World’s Champion Souvenir Collectors”: American Tourists, Consumption, and Power after World War II
Aimée Plukker : “Shopwindow of the West”. US Tourism in Postwar Europe: a Perspective on Berlin
Igor Tchoukarine : International Institutions and Experts in the Cold War Tourism Industry


H-6 WOR04 Food, Famine, and the End of Empire
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Network: Global History Chair: Julia Hauser
Organizers: Ingrid de Zwarte, Lola Wilhelm Discussant: Julia Hauser
Moderators: -
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)
Lola Wilhelm : Nestlé, Colonial Health, and International Organisations in West Africa in the 1950s


I-6 FAM18 Place, Space and Demographic Change
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Network: Family and Demography Chair: Siegfried Gruber
Organizers: - Discussants: -
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Heidi Ing : Following Immigrants on the Move: Impact of Social Class on Geographic Distribution of Children and Grandchildren of Immigrants to Colonial South Australia
Charmian Mansell : Everyday Travel and Mobility in Early Modern England: a New Perspective on ‘Community’
Hamish Maxwell-Stewart, Kris Inwood : Comparing Geographical and Social Mobility for Soldiers and Prisoners in a Settler Society
Matt Nelson : Urban Patrilineal Kin Propinquity in the United States, 1880
Mikolaj Szoltysek, Bartosz Ogórek : Two's Company, Four's a Crowd? Partitioning-based Clustering and the European Historical Household Formation Systems


J-6 LAT03 Public Health, Race and the State in Latin America
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Network: Latin America Chairs: -
Organizers: Kim Clark, Paulo Drinot Discussants: -
Moderators: -
David Carey, Jr. : Perceptions of Illness and Indigeneity in Guatemala and Ecuador, 1900-1950
Kim Clark : Race, Nation and State in Public Health Encounters in Highland Ecuador (1908-1945)
Paulo Drinot : Combating Venereal Disease in Peru, 1930s-1950s


K-6 REL07 The Religious Sensorium. Addressing Non-textual Realms of Faith
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Network: Religion Chair: Marina Hilber
Organizer: Tine Van Osselaer Discussant: Marina Hilber
Moderators: -
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


L-6 WOM09 Women and Work: A long-term perspective on gender, labour and technology, 1700-1990
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Networks: Economic History , Labour , Women and Gender Chair: Natalia Mora-Sitja
Organizers: - Discussant: Tijl Vanneste
Moderators: -
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
Auriane Terki-Mignot : Patterns of Female Employment in Normandy and the Eure-et-Loir (France), 1792-1901
Beatrice Zucca Micheletto : Migration and Labour Market in Preindustrial Turin in the “Long Eighteenth-century” (1705-1858): a Gender Approach


M-6 FAM07 Context is Everything: Situating Demographic Patterns through Qualitative Sources
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Network: Family and Demography Chair: Michail Raftakis
Organizers: - Discussant: Michail Raftakis
Moderators: -
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 Diaspora in Sweden: An Analysis of the collection “Life Destinies” at the Swedixh Nordic Museum
Markéta Skorepová : Relatives? Friends? Protectors and Mentors? Godparents and Sponsors in Bohemian Rural Society


N-6 SOC03 Independence is Everything? Old Age, Care, Family Systems and Wellbeing before the Welfare State, c. 1000-c. 1900
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Network: Social Inequality Chair: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux
Organizers: Henk Looijesteijn, Evelien Walhout Discussant: Jaco Zuijderduijn
Moderators: -
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


O-6 ELI10 Regions and Colonies: Groups, Structures, Spaces
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Network: Elites and Forerunners Chair: Marja Vuorinen
Organizers: - Discussant: Jacopo Lorenzini
Moderators: -
Idamaria Fusco : The Role of Administrative Elite in Territorial Control. The Kingdom of Naples in the Second Half of the 17th Century
Marijn Molema, Martin Åberg : Planning for Decline: Policy Elites and Multi-level Governance in the Netherlands and Sweden, 1990 - Present
Radu Nedici : From Subversive Leaders to Mainstream Rural Elites: the Orthodox Clergy inTransylvania in the Age of Theresian Toleration
Mariarosaria Rescigno : Construction of Urban Space and Elites under Construction. Chieti between 18th and 19th Century
Scott Viallet-Thevenin : The Emergence and Structure of an Imperial Social Space - Elites in the French Colonial Empire from 1870 to 1939


P-6 RUR06 Crossing the Horizontal Border. Living and Material Flows between Highlands and Lowlands in the Alps (16th-19th Century)
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Network: Rural Chair: Claudio Lorenzini
Organizers: Giacomo Bonan, Claudio Lorenzini Discussant: Giacomo Bonan
Moderators: -
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
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Networks: Asia , Labour Chair: Matthias van Rossum
Organizer: Samantha Sint Nicolaas Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Preethi Ayyalusamy : Banning Export of Women and Children in the Bombay Zillah
Jessica Hanser : Servants and Slaves Sailing on British Ships to and from China
Samantha Sint Nicolaas : Towards an Indian Ocean and Maritime Asia Slave Trade Database: an Exploration of Concepts, Lessons and Models


R-6 ORA03 Oral Histories of War and Violence
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Network: Oral History Chair: David Beorlegui
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Ahmad Al-Adarbeh : Dove from Sweden
Irene Diaz, Amaya Caunedo Dominguez & Ruben Vega : AFOHSA, Themes, Voices, Reusing, Collaborating, Looking Back into our History
Carmen Winkel : Narratives of the War: the Gulf War in Saudi Oral Histories


S-6 HEA07 The Epidemiological Transition and Occupational Health in the Late Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
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Networks: Health and Environment , Social Inequality , Urban Chair: John Manton
Organizer: David Green Discussant: John Manton
Moderators: -
Helene Castenbrandt : Long Term Morbidity in Sweden in the Early Twentieth Century
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


T-6 ETH05 Sailors, Engineers, Maidservants, Expellees: Variations in Foreign Immigration to Nineteenth-century Belgium - Results from the IMMIBEL Project
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Network: Ethnicity and Migration Chair: Hilde Greefs
Organizer: Anne Winter Discussant: Hilde Greefs
Moderators: -
Natalia Da Silva Pereira : Circulating without Migrating? Depicting Foreign Engineers as Migrants in 19th Century Belgium
Kristof Loockx : Migration Trajectories of Seafarers during the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century: Evidence from Antwerp
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


U-6 ECO17 Household Budgets from Pre-industrial Europe
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Network: Economic History Chair: Jeannette Kamp
Organizers: Wouter Ryckbosch, Tim Soens Discussant: Giovanni Vecchi
Moderators: -
Bruno Blondé : The Costs of being Rich: Two Centuries of Elite-spending in the Antwerp Moretus Family, 17th-18th Centuries
Viktor Borisov : Peasants’ Economic Activities and Wealth in 17th-century Western Siberia: Assessing the Limits of Personal Consumption
Jane Humphries, Sara Horrell & Jacob Weisdorf : Working for a Living? Women and Children’s Labour Inputs in England, 1260-1850
Anne Mccants : Institutional Budgets and Living Standards in Early Modern Amsterdam
Tim Soens : Mapping Food Inequalities before 1850: an Exploration of the Potential of Household Accounts in the Low Countries
Mattia Viale : Stocks and Flows: Material Culture and Consumption Behaviours in Early Modern Venice (1600-1800)


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