Preliminary Programme

Showing: Criminal Justice (all days)
Wed 18 March
    08.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00
    16.30 - 18.30

Thu 19 March
    08.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00
    16.30 - 18.30

Fri 20 March
    08.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00
    16.30 - 18.30

Sat 21 March
    08.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00
    16.00 - 17.00

All days
Wednesday 18 March 2020 08.30 - 10.30
I-1 CRI01 Entangled Normativity: Early Modern Police (1500-1800s).
Johan Huizinga, 006
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Nicolas Simon
Organizers: Kevin Dekoster, Annemieke Romein Discussants: Catherine Denys, Glenn Svedin
Kevin Dekoster : ‘For the Benefit of Justice. Medical Practitioners and their Contributions to the Administration of Criminal Justice in Early Modern Ghent, 1588-1794.’
Coleman A. Dennehy : Policing Early Modern Ireland: Crime, Criminal Policy, and Normative Behaviours – the Evidence from Seventeenth-century Irish Parliaments
Jørgen Mührmann-Lund : Local, Centralizing and Cross-border Influences on Early Modern Police Ordinances. The Case of the Composite State of Denmark-Norway-Schleswig-Holstein
Annemieke Romein : Cross-border Influences of Offices, Norms and Reasoning. Early Modern Norms in the Low Countries



Wednesday 18 March 2020 11.00 - 13.00
I-2 CRI02 Identity, Memory and the Death Penalty: Transnational and Comparative Perspectives
Johan Huizinga, 006
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Vivien Miller
Organizer: James Campbell Discussant: Vivien Miller
James Campbell : The UK Government and the Death Penalty in Hong Kong, 1965 to 1993
Donald Fyson : State Vengeance and Divine Mercy: the Rise and Fall of Religion in Quebec Capital Punishment, 1760-1960
Daniel LaChance : Death in Black and White: the Representation of Race in Southern Newspaper Coverage of Executions in the United States, 1877-1967
Alexa Neale : Hanging by the Book: Mercy and Memory in 20th Century England and Wales
Lizzie Seal : Assassination, Colonialism and the Death Penalty in England: Madan Lal Dhingra and Udham Singh



Wednesday 18 March 2020 14.00 - 16.00
I-3 CRI03 Justice Administration in Colonial Spaces
Johan Huizinga, 006
Network: Criminal Justice Chairs: -
Organizer: Nuno Camarinhas Discussant: Nuno Camarinhas
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
Wendy Warren : The Carceral Colony: Prisons in Colonial North America


J-3 CRI16 Police and Policing in the Past and Present
Johan Huizinga, 025
Network: Criminal Justice Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Flávio Borda D'Água : Police the City at the Enlightenment: the Case of Lisbon after 1750
Joanne Klein : English Police in the Age of Social Media
Haia Shpayer-Makov : Policing the Peace Movement during the Great War
David Smale : The Use of Police Spies in the Radical War in Glasgow, 1820
Ilkay Yilmaz : Photographs and Identification: Ottoman Police Photographs



Wednesday 18 March 2020 16.30 - 18.30
I-4 CRI04 Justice, Crime & French Empire
Johan Huizinga, 006
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Emmanuel Blanchard
Organizer: Jennifer Sessions Discussant: Emmanuel Blanchard
Jérémy Boutier : Criminal Law in Ile Bourbon/La Reunion: Elaboration, Application and Consequences (1664-1946)
Claire Eldridge : Capturing Colonial Voices: French Military Justice Archives and the “Imperial Turn” in First World War Studies
Rachel Gillett : Rapping and taking the Rap: French Rap, Criminality, and the Courts
Jennifer Sessions : Algerian Crimes in a Metropolitan Court: “Delocalization” and the Politics of Colonial Justice in Montpellier, France



Thursday 19 March 2020 08.30 - 10.30
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


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



Thursday 19 March 2020 11.00 - 13.00
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



Thursday 19 March 2020 14.00 - 16.00
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



Thursday 19 March 2020 16.30 - 18.30
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



Friday 20 March 2020 08.30 - 10.30
I-9 CRI10a Punishing the Enslaved (19th-century Americas) I; Imperial Realms
Johan Huizinga, 006
Networks: Criminal Justice , Labour Chair: Christian G. De Vito
Organizers: Christian G. De Vito, Viola Müller Discussant: Diana Paton
Karwan Fatah-Black : Rituals of Race and Enslavement: Legal Prerogatives, Sites of Execution, and Modes of Punishment in a Dutch Slave Society, 1669-1869
Ebony Jones : "Sold for Transport": Criminal Transportation and the Intercolonial Slave Trade between Jamaica and Cuba, 1780-1826
Reynaldo Ortíz-Minaya : Cuban Slavery and Puerto Rican Penal Labor in the Spanish Caribbean, 1820-1886
Ulrike Schmieder : The Nightmare Box in the Archives d´Outremer of France: Histories of Mistreatment and Resistance from Martinique in the Nineteenth Century


L-9 ASI03 Social Plurality and Global Empires: Practices of Governance and Law in Colonial Context 16-19th Centuries
Johan Huizinga, 023C
Networks: Asia , Criminal Justice Chair: Elisabeth Heijmans
Organizer: Elisabeth Heijmans Discussant: Filipa Ribeiro da Silva
Nandini Chatterjee : Signs and Words: Coded Expressions of Self and Authority in Legal Documents from Mughal and Post-Mughal India
Stanislav Mohylnyi : Governing the Cossack State: Russian Empire's Policies Toward the Hetmanate in the Eighteenth Century
Cristina Nogueira da Silva : Law and Classification of Persons under Portuguese Colonial Rule
Sanne Ravensbergen : Colonial Commissions of Inquiry in Moments of Panic
Dominic Vendell : Regulating Commercial Relations in Seventeenth-Century Western India


Z-9 ETH13 Migration as Crime (Migrants and the Criminal Justice System)
Van Wijkplaats 4, 004
Networks: Criminal Justice , Ethnicity and Migration Chair: Manon van der Heijden
Organizer: Elie-Benjamin Loyer Discussant: Manon van der Heijden
Emmanuel Blanchard : How the French Home Office tried to criminalize migrations of French subjects ? The issue of freedom of movement between France and colonial Algeria (c. 1920-1960)
Emmanuel Blanchard : How the French Home Office tried to Criminalize Migrations of French Subjects? The Issue of Freedom of Movement between France and Colonial Algeria (c. 1920-1960)
Yvette dos Santos : Portuguese Migration to the Transatlantic Countries: Networks and Repression after the Second World War
Theresa Johnsson : ‘Last Winter Dad and Mum Came and Fetched Me but We Have not Been Home Yet’: Mini-Biographical Perspectives on Migration Policing in Sweden c. 1810-1840
Jeannette Kamp : (In)tolerant Policing? Crimmigration in the Netherlands 1600-1900
Elie-Benjamin Loyer : "Foreigner, please rise" French and Foreigners Before the Courts under the Third Republic (1880-1939), a Crimmigration Paradigm?



Friday 20 March 2020 11.00 - 13.00
I-10 CRI10b Punishing the Enslaved (19th-century Americas) II; National Contexts
Johan Huizinga, 006
Networks: Criminal Justice , Labour Chair: Christian G. De Vito
Organizers: Christian G. De Vito, Viola Müller Discussant: Sidney Chalhoub
Marcela Echeverri : “Unfaithful, Traitor Slaves, Ungrateful to a Government that Constantly favors them”. Slave Exports and the Politics of Punishment in New Granada’s Abolition Process (1840s)
Martine Jean : The “Law of Necessity”: Enslaved Convict Workers and Commutations of the Death Penalty in Nineteenth-century Brazil
Viola Müller : “Negroes are, in this Country, Prima Facie Slaves”: the Punishment of Slaves and its Extension to Free People of Color in the U.S. South
Ricardo Pirola : The Abolition of Whipping as a Form of Slave Punishment: Legal and Parliamentary Battles in Nineteenth Century Brazil



Friday 20 March 2020 14.00 - 16.00
I-11 CRI12 Rumours, Reputation and Justice in Eighteenth-century Scandinavia
Johan Huizinga, 006
Network: Criminal Justice Chairs: -
Organizer: Bonnie Clementsson Discussants: -
Simon Berggren : Rumours, Reputation and the Pursuit for Royal Mercy in Early Modern Sweden
Maria Østerby Elleby : Notorious for Witchcraft: Magic, Heresy and Contracts with the Devil in Early Eighteenth-century Denmark
Jeanne Søberg Jørgensen : From Prejudice, Passions and Malice to Grief, Sorrow and Tears: Rumor and Reputation in Early 18th Century Danish Supplication Letters
Emilie Luther Søby : Good Criminal, Bad Criminal? The Importance of Reputation in the Early Modern Prison



Friday 20 March 2020 16.30 - 18.30
I-12 CRI14 The Tactics of Forensic Knowledge, 1750-2000
Johan Huizinga, 006
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Manon van der Heijden
Organizers: Elwin Hofman, Willemijn Ruberg Discussants: -
Elwin Hofman : Psychological Knowledge and Psychological Practices: Interactions, Confrontations and Exchanges in French and German Criminal Interrogations, 1750-1850
Anders Pedersson : The Institutionalization and Centralization of Forensic Science in Sweden c. 1900-1925
Willemijn Ruberg : Authority and Expertise: Tension between Psychiatrists’ and Lay Knowledge in Dutch Cases of Infanticide, 1930-1960
Sara Serrano Martínez : Mothers’ Competence and Knowledge in Medical Doctor’s Reports for Cases of Infanticide and Abortion in Post-War Spain (1939-1950)
Heather Wolffram : Judging the Psychology of Testimony: German Jurists’ Responses to the Psychology of Testimony, 1900-1933



Saturday 21 March 2020 08.30 - 10.30
I-13 CRI06 New Trends in Violence and Transformation Research: the Interwar Years in Europe and the USA
Johan Huizinga, 006
Networks: Criminal Justice , Urban Chair: Herbert Reinke
Organizer: Klaus Weinhauer Discussant: Anja Johansen
Dagmar Ellerbrock : When does Violence Start? Insults, Shaming and Invectivity as Emotional Push of Violence
Silke Fehlemann : War Related Insults during the Interwar Years
Matthew Kerry : The Legibility of Violence in the European Civil War. Interpreting the Asturian Revolution and its Aftermath
Klaus Weinhauer : Perceptions of Threat, Social Movements and Violence in Seaport Cities of the 1920s


J-13 CRI19 Local Courts and Popular Justice
Johan Huizinga, 025
Networks: Criminal Justice , Urban Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Esther Aldave : Criminalization and Judicial System from a Local Perspective: Violence and Control in a Northern Spanish City (Pamplona, 1883-1918)
Óscar Bascuñán Añover : Popular Justice in Spain,1895-1923
Amy Bell : Community Feeling, Cop Murder and Capital Punishment in Canada, 1976
Zehra Samlioglu Berk : Who Murdered Mestan Aga? Justice and Revenge in the Reform Ages of the Ottoman Empire
Karol Siemaszko : Political Crimes in Communist Poland (1945-1950) in the Light of Judicature of Selected Polish Regional Courts



Saturday 21 March 2020 11.00 - 13.00
I-14 CRI07 Nordic Homicide from Past to Present: Long-Duration Perspective to Lethal Violence
Johan Huizinga, 006
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Janne Kivivuori
Organizer: Dag Lindström Discussants: -
Jeppe Büchert Netterstrøm : Killing in Self Defense in 17th Century Denmark
Sven Granath : Modern Patterns of Homicide in Nordic Countries
Dag Lindström : Homicide in Sweden in the 17th Century: Main Observations
Mona Rautelin : Comparative Results from the “Nordic Homicide from Past to Present” Study
Glenn Svedin : "The Swedish Condition” – Moral Panic or an Actual Situation? An Analysis of Perceptions of Crime and of Crime Rates in Contemporary Sweden



Saturday 21 March 2020 14.00 - 16.00
I-15 CRI15 Victims in English Criminal Courts, 1675 to the Present
Johan Huizinga, 006
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Pamela Cox
Organizer: Heather Shore Discussant: David Churchill
Ruth Lamont : Victim Policy 1950-2015 in England and Wales: from Welfare to 'Rights' and the Challenges of Adversarialism
Bob Shoemaker : Long-term Patterns in Victims’ Access to Criminal Justice at the Old Bailey, 1674-1980
Heather Shore : The Vanishing Victim: the Decline of the Victim in the English Courtroom, c. 1675 to c. 1945
Lucy Williams : ‘I can't think of letting the man go, when I have had my place plundered; I will have justice done’ : the Perception and Experience of ‘Victims’ in Old Bailey Trials 1674-1980


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