Preliminary Programme

Showing: Material and Consumer Culture (all days)
Wed 24 March
    11.00 - 12.15
    12.30 - 13.45
    14.30 - 15.45
    16.00 - 17.15

Thu 25 March
    11.00 - 12.15
    12.30 - 13.45
    14.30 - 15.45
    16.00 - 17.15

Fri 26 March
    11.00 - 12.15
    12.30 - 13.45
    14.30 - 15.45
    16.00 - 17.15

Sat 27 March
    11.00 - 12.15
    12.30 - 13.45
    14.30 - 15.45
    16.00 - 17.00

All days
Wednesday 24 March 2021 12.30 - 13.45
I-2 MAT05 Finding Buyers: Communication and Intermediation in Early Modern Markets
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Network: Material and Consumer Culture Chair: Susanna Burghartz
Organizer: Alexander Engel Discussant: Emma Hart
Moderators: -
Christina Brauner : From Marketing to Markets: Buyers, Sellers, and Early Modern Practices of Advertising
Alexander Engel : Fortunate Places: Attracting Buyers through Commodity Lotteries and Auction Events
Christof Jeggle : Intermediating between Sellers and Buyers: Brokers on the Markets of Eighteenth Century Nuremberg
Anna Reimann : A Paper Full of Things: Classified Advertisements in Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Century Basel



Wednesday 24 March 2021 14.30 - 15.45
N-3 MAT01 Addressing the Consumer in the Atlantic World (c.1650-1900): Practices, Discourses and Methods
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Network: Material and Consumer Culture Chair: Bruno Blondé
Organizers: Bruno Blondé, Bert De Munck, Christine Fertig Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Susanna Burghartz : “Printed Markets” – an Information Platform for the Emerging Consumer Society. A Case Study of the Basel Avisblatt (1729-1844)
Alessandra De Mulder : London calling. Value Constructions in Eighteenth-century London Auction Advertisements
Charris De Smet : Marketing the French Revolution? Parisian Advertisements for Revolutionary Auctions during the Terror



Wednesday 24 March 2021 16.00 - 17.15
C-4 MAT08 Out of the Ordinary: Non-standard Retailing and Consumption in 19th Century Europe
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Network: Material and Consumer Culture Chair: Christine Fertig
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
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



Thursday 25 March 2021 11.00 - 12.15
F-5 MAT06 Consumption Patterns and Material Culture in Premodern Households
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Network: Material and Consumer Culture Chair: Christine Fertig
Organizer: Christine Fertig Discussants: -
Moderators: -
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



Thursday 25 March 2021 16.00 - 17.15
G-8 MAT07 Marketing and Retailing in Post-war Europe
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Network: Material and Consumer Culture Chair: Christine Fertig
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Moderators: -
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
Silvia Pizzirani : Fill up with Nothing. Cultures of Consumption in the Face of Global Energy Crises in Italy, in the 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



Friday 26 March 2021 11.00 - 12.15
K-9 MAT03A Shopping Practices and Experiences in Northern Europe, c.1650–1850 I: Urban Topography of Retailing and Shopping
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Network: Material and Consumer Culture Chair: Johanna Ilmakunnas
Organizers: My Hellsing, Johanna Ilmakunnas Discussant: Jon Stobart
Moderators: -
My Hellsing : High Quality, Necessity and (or) Social Undertaking: the Suppliers of Duchess Charlotte at the Swedish Royal Court, 1785–1807
Anne Sophie Overkamp : Shopping and Consumption in the Province – the Case of the Wupper Valley and its Middling Ranks
Julia A. Schmidt-Funke : A Town as a Community of Shopping – Consumption in Eighteenth-century Frankfurt am Main



Friday 26 March 2021 12.30 - 13.45
K-10 MAT03B Shopping Practices and Experiences in Northern Europe, c.1650–1850 II: Shopping and Consumer Identity
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Network: Material and Consumer Culture Chair: My Hellsing
Organizers: My Hellsing, Johanna Ilmakunnas Discussant: Jon Stobart
Moderators: -
Kristine Dyrmann : The Acquisitions of Count and Countess von Scheel between Copenhagen and their Jutland Manor House, c. 1750–1780
Johanna Ilmakunnas : Shopping and Life-stage – Practices and Experiences of an Elite Family in Stockholm, 1749–1750
Marie Steinrud : The Performative Act of Shopping – Identity and Self-image amongst Actors and Actresses in Stockholm, c. 1750–1850



Saturday 27 March 2021 11.00 - 12.15
A-13 MAT12 Food and Consumer Society, 1870 to the Present
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Network: Material and Consumer Culture Chair: Peter van Dam
Organizer: Fernando Collantes Discussant: Peter van Dam
Moderators: -
Fernando Collantes : Lost in the Supermarket? Dairy Products and Consumer Society in Spain, 1950-2020
Ernst Langthaler : Food, Feed or Fuel? Soy in Western Consumer Societies, 1870-2020
Carolina Román : Changes in Food Consumption during Industrialization: Uruguay 1930s-1960s
Peter Scholliers : The Success of Viennoiseries and Pastry Prior to 1914



Saturday 27 March 2021 12.30 - 13.45
O-14 ELI06 Global Goods in the Country House, in the Margin of Colonial Powers
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Networks: Elites and Forerunners , Material and Consumer Culture Chair: Jon Stobart
Organizers: Daniel Menning, Jon Stobart, Göran Ulväng Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Gaia Bruno : The Palace, the Villa, the Castle. Global Goods in the Residences of Eighteenth-century Neapolitan Aristocracy
Stephen Hague : ‘The Ancients Still Gain Upon Me’: Collecting, Trade, and the British Country House in North America
Yme Kuiper : Qua patet orbis – from Slave Trade to Connoisseurship. The Worlds of John Maurice of Nassau-Siegen
Daniel Menning : Assembling (Global) Goods in the Longue Durée. Jebenhausen in Southwest Germany 1650-1850
Jon Stobart : Global Goods in the Country House: a View from the Centre


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