Preliminary Programme

Showing: Women and Gender (all days)
Wed 24 March
    08.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00
    16.30 - 18.30

Thu 25 March
    08.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00
    16.30 - 18.30

Fri 26 March
    08.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00
    16.30 - 18.30

Sat 27 March
    08.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00
    16.00 - 17.00

All days
Wednesday 24 March 2021 08.30 - 10.30
J-1 POL01 Gendered Politics
Johan Huizinga, 025
Networks: Politics, Citizenship, and Nations , Women and Gender Chair: Izabela Dahl
Organizers: - Discussant: Izabela Dahl
Nupur Chaudhuri : East India Company and British Marriage Market in India
My Klockar Linder : Transnational Pronatalism: Collaboration and Family Policy Exchanges in the Baltic Sea Area in the 1940s
Timothy Rees : Politics, Pistols and Prostitutes: Male Culture and Spanish Communism, 1919-43


K-1 WOM03A Negotiations of transEuropean Feminism I
Johan Huizinga, 026
Network: Women and Gender Chair: Yulia Gradskova
Organizers: Heidi Kurvinen, Arja Turunen Discussant: Yulia Gradskova
Heidi Kurvinen : Feminism in the Finnish Mainstream Media during the 1970s and 1980s: Encounters between Activists and Journalists
Kathryn Mahaney : Independents, Institutionalists, and the International Feminist Fight in Late 20th-Century Spain and Europe
Arja Turunen : Equality or Freedom for All? The Relationship between the Gender Role Movement and the Feminist Movement in Finland


N-1 WOM22 Moving across the Border: Gender and Networking
Lipsius, 005
Network: Women and Gender Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -


Y-1 WOM01 Intimate Economic Networks: Women’s Commercial and Investment Agency in the Atlantic and Indian Ocean Worlds
Van Wijkplaats 2, 002
Network: Women and Gender Chair: Lucas Haasis
Organizer: Aske Brock Discussant: Lucas Haasis
Aske Brock : “India has been a Fortunate Place to our Relations”: Intimate Networks of the English East India Company, 1600-1800
Misha Ewen : ‘Women would be Necessary': Women's Networks in the Atlantic in the Early Seventeenth Century
Margaret Hunt : ’Investing’ in Long-distance Voyages: Plebeian Women’s Financial Links to Sailors in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-century England
Annika Raapke : She’s got the Goods - and she knows how to use them: Trickles of Goods and Flows of Power in Women’s Letters from the Eighteenth-century French Colonial World



Wednesday 24 March 2021 11.00 - 13.00
K-2 WOM03B Negotiations of TransEuropean Feminisms II
Johan Huizinga, 026
Network: Women and Gender Chair: Natalia Jarska
Organizers: - Discussant: Natalia Jarska
Judit Acsády : Women in Opposition Under State-socialism in Hungary
Anikó Eszter Bartha : Gendered Discourses in the 1970s in Hungary: Women Workers, Social Science and the (Gender) Regime
Helena Tolvhed : Centre-right Women and the Second Wave of Feminism in Sweden, 1961-1982
Pinar Melis Yelsali Parmaksiz : Remembering the Civil Code Platform in 2001 in Turkey


N-2 WOM05 Our Histories, Our Selves: Reflexive Approaches to Gender, Embodiment and Memory
Lipsius, 005
Network: Women and Gender Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -


ZA-2 POL11 Money, Gender and Political Citizenship: Economic Voting Restrictions in the Nordic Countries Before and After Universal Suffrage
Van Wijkplaats 4, 005
Networks: Economic History , Politics, Citizenship, and Nations , Women and Gender Chair: Bengt Sandin
Organizer: Fia Sundevall Discussant: Hanna Lindberg
Minna Harjula : The Poor Excluded from Voting: Political and Social Citizenship in Finland, 1906–1970
Ragnheiður Kristjánsdóttir, Thorgerður Thorvaldsdóttir : Suffrage, Gender and Class. Women’s Suffrage and the Construction and Constraints of a Lawful Citizen in Iceland
Eirinn Larsen : “Secondary to the Economic Man”: Suffrage, Capital and Gender during the Long Nineteenth Century
Fia Sundevall : “Money is the Name of Citizenship Rights”: Economic Restrictions on Universal Suffrage, Sweden 1921– 1945



Wednesday 24 March 2021 14.00 - 16.00
F-3 WOM07 Teachers on the Move: Transnational and Mediterranean Conversations about Women, Education and Feminism (Late-18th Century and 19th Centuries)
P.N. van Eyckhof 3, 002
Network: Women and Gender Chair: Christina de Bellaigue
Organizer: Rebecca Rogers Discussant: Christina de Bellaigue
Marilyn Booth : Féminisme in Egypt: the Egyptian University’s Women’s Lectures, 1909-12
Caroline Fayolle : Education, Emancipation and Feminism during the French Revolution
Isabelle Matamoros : Migration as Emancipation? Following two French Teachers in Europe (1830s-1840s)
Rebecca Rogers : Tracking Gendered Pedagogies of Emancipation in Europe and North Africa: Schools, Teachers, and Texts (1830s-1850s)


N-3 WOM06 Productive Hierarchies: Negotiating Femininity in the Workplace
Lipsius, 005
Networks: Labour , Women and Gender Chair: Ragnheiður Kristjánsdóttir
Organizers: Gorkem Akgoz, Bridget Kenny Discussant: Silke Neunsinger
Gorkem Akgoz : Nylon Stockings and Machine-Bodies: Negotiating Industrial Productivity and Femininity in Post-war Turkey
Supurna Banerjee : Labouring Femininity: Interrogating Body, Workplace and Skill among Migrant Women Workers
Alexandra Ghit : Most-patient Family-auxiliary Workers? Women Laborers, Gendered Skill and Struggle in Romanian Tobacco Cultivation (1918-1948)
Bridget Kenny : Embodying the Nation: Femininity, Race and Class of Women Retail Workers in Johannesburg, South Africa, 1940s-1970s



Wednesday 24 March 2021 16.30 - 18.30
N-4 WOM08 Towards Involved and Caring Fathers? The History of Fatherhood in 20th-century Eastern and Western Europe
Lipsius, 005
Network: Women and Gender Chair: Helene Carlbäck
Organizers: Peter Hallama, Natalia Jarska Discussant: Helene Carlbäck
Peter Hallama : Caring Fathers and Emotions: a Socialist Model?
Natalia Jarska : Fathers in Poland – between Providing and Caregiving (1960s and 1970s)
Christopher Neumaier : Partner, Friend, or Foe? Father-Son Relationships and Ideals of Masculinity in Germany during the 20th Century



Thursday 25 March 2021 08.30 - 10.30
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



Thursday 25 March 2021 11.00 - 13.00
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


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



Thursday 25 March 2021 14.00 - 16.00
N-7 WOM11A Women's Transnational Activism I, 1800-present
Lipsius, 005
Networks: Social Inequality , Women and Gender Chair: Laura Downs
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
Marco H.D. van Leeuwen, Zoltan Lippenyi : Women’s Transnational Activism 1800-present, as Revealed by Global TSMO-data



Thursday 25 March 2021 16.30 - 18.30
N-8 WOM11B Women's Transnational Activism II 1930s-1940s
Lipsius, 005
Networks: Social Inequality , Women and Gender Chair: Judit Acsády
Organizer: Anne Cova Discussant: Judit Acsády
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
Judith Szapor : “The numerus clausus exiles:” the Transnational Networks of Hungarian Jewish Women in the Interwar Period



Friday 26 March 2021 08.30 - 10.30
N-9 WOM12 Suffrage ‘Grassroots’ in Great Britain: a Comparative Approach
Lipsius, 005
Network: Women and Gender Chair: Birgitta Bader-Zaar
Organizer: Anne Logan Discussant: Birgitta Bader-Zaar
Ruth Davidson : The Local Context: Suffrage and After, East Surrey 1890s-1939
Alexandra Hughes-Johnson : From Suffragettes to County Councillors: Rethinking Local Women’s Politics in Metropolitan England
Beth Jenkins : Grassroots Activism, Suffrage Organisers and the Campaign in Wales
Anne Logan : Regional Suffrage Histories: towards a Comparative Approach


U-9 FAM26 Women and Family Property
P.J. Veth, 1.01
Networks: Family and Demography , Women and Gender Chair: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux
Organizer: Beatrice Moring Discussant: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux
Luminita Dumanescu, Ioan Bolovan : From Birth to Grave, I am my Father’s Daughter!
Margareth Lanzinger : Widows and Relatives: Competing Property Interests (Tirol 1600-1800)
Beatrice Moring : Women, Law and Property Transmission in the Nordic Countries
Robert Sweeny : The State of Things. Towards a Feminist Critique of Legal Reception in European Colonies of Settlement
Raquel Tovar Pulido : The Transmission of the Inheritance by Women in Spain in the Old Regime



Friday 26 March 2021 11.00 - 13.00
N-10 WOM13 Suffrage Histories: a Transnational Approach
Lipsius, 005
Network: Women and Gender Chair: Anne Logan
Organizers: - Discussant: Anne Logan
Sarah Hellawell : Suffrage, Peace and International Relations: the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom during the Interwar Years
Nicola Hille : Historical Spotlights on the Attainment of Women’s Suffrage
Jennifer Redmond : Moral Philanthropy for Irish Emigrant Women in the 19th Century: the Case of Charlotte Grace O'Brien



Friday 26 March 2021 14.00 - 16.00
H-11 WOM09 Women and Work: a Comparative Historical Examination of the Contribution of Women to the Economy of Four Countries, circa 1700-1921.
Johan Huizinga, 004
Networks: Economic History , Women and Gender Chair: Natalia Mora-Sitja
Organizers: - Discussant: Tijl Vanneste
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


N-11 WOM24 Queer Readings of the Body in Modern Esotericism
Lipsius, 005
Networks: Sexuality , Women and Gender Chair: Tine Van Osselaer
Organizer: Alana Harris Discussant: Tine Van Osselaer
Aurelia Annat : Finding Alternatives – Ireland’s Celtic Revival as a Context for Women’s Mysticism and Queerness, 1880-1924
Tanya Cheadle : Adepts of Manhood: Progressive Masculinity and Unorthodox Sexuality in Scotland’s Occult Revival, 1880-1914
Alana Harris : Unruly Bodies: the Metaphysical, the Psychical and ‘Rational Religion’ in Mid-twentieth Century Britain
Jen Manion : Femmes to the Front: Edna Ruddick Hart’s Life and Legacy, 1893-1982


W-11 WOM18 Gender and Popular Culture
Matthias de Vrieshof 2, 004
Network: Women and Gender Chair: Hanna Lindberg
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Eider De Dios, Raul Minguez : De sirvienta a trabajadora de hogar. Women, Class and Gender through Domestic Service in Spain (1939-1995)
Emre Güler : Turkish Masculinities In The Cold War Era of 1960s
Pauline Mari Hernando : Mapping Allegories on Gender: Women's Revolutionary Experience as Literary & Political Praxis
Natalia Knekht : Cine-Feminism: Authorship Problem in “Post-Thaw Period” Cinema and in Young Women’s Movies in Modern Russia



Friday 26 March 2021 16.30 - 18.30
P-12 WOM17 Doing Gender History: Memory and Methodology
Lipsius, 148
Network: Women and Gender Chair: Raisa Toivo
Organizers: - Discussant: Raisa Toivo
Natalia Pushkareva : What Role does Gender Theory play in Contemporary Memory Politics? Entgendering Contemporary Memory Politics of Russia and Japan (from the History of the Convergence of Cultures in the Context of the Post-war Everyday Life)
Gizem Sivri : The Politics of Women Imprisonment within the Discussion of the Ottoman Prison Reform (1840-1919)
Yvonne Svanström, Maria Sjöberg : Gender in Danger, Danger of Gender Visibility of Women’s History as a Challenging Methodology in Gender History again



Saturday 27 March 2021 08.30 - 10.30
N-13 WOM19 Gender, Occupation and Colonialism
Lipsius, 005
Network: Women and Gender Chair: Peter Hallama
Organizers: - Discussant: Peter Hallama
Aurelie Bouvart : Women and Colonial Justice in Late-Colonial Central Africa: the Cases against Native Women before the Police Court of Leopoldville (Belgian Congo, 1940-1950)
Helene Carlbäck : “By nature, Women are better with Babies than Men”. The Role of Fathers in Late Soviet Russia
Julia Harnoncourt : The Veil, Colonial Discourses of Legitimation and the Algerian War of Independence
Agnes Laba : Defeated Masculinities? A Gender Perspective on Everyday Life under German Occupation in France and Poland


Y-13 WOM02 Migration and Communication in the British Empire
Van Wijkplaats 2, 002
Network: Women and Gender Chair: Beatrice Zucca Micheletto
Organizer: Marie Ruiz Discussant: Beatrice Zucca Micheletto
Jill C. Bender : Imperial Recruitment and Colonial Reception: the Assisted Emigration of Ireland’s Workhouse Women
Kathrin Levitan : The Long British Campaign for the Imperial Penny Post
Marie Ruiz : Colonial Training for Women to the British Colonies: a Transnational Approach (1903-1927)



Saturday 27 March 2021 11.00 - 13.00
J-14 WOM23 Gendered Experiences of Politics
Johan Huizinga, 025
Network: Women and Gender Chair: Anne Epstein
Organizers: - Discussant: Anne Epstein
Carla Hoetink, Harm Kaal : Gender and Parliamentary Culture in the Netherlands, 1918 to the Present


K-14 WOM16 Gender, Experience and Narrative
Johan Huizinga, 026
Network: Women and Gender Chair: Bettina Brandt
Organizers: - Discussant: Bettina Brandt
Johanna Annola : Gender, Experience and Dirt in Finnish Poorhouses, 1880–1930
Resto Cruz, Penny Tinkler & Laura Fenton : Critical Movements: Young Women Leaving Home in Postwar Britain
Erla Hulda Halldorsdottir : Independent Citizens? The Local Experiences and Transnational Ideologies of the Housewife in Iceland c. 1940-1970


N-14 WOM21 Gender and Work
Lipsius, 005
Networks: Labour , Women and Gender Chair: Paola Avallone
Organizers: - Discussant: Paola Avallone
Cecilia Candréus : Performing Needlework as a Profession - Exploring Occupational Practices for Female Entrepreneurs within the Manufactory System in Eighteenth Century Sweden
Béatrice Craig : At the Counter of the General Store Revisited: Men, Women and Consumption in the Quebec Countryside in the Early 19th Century
Evguenia Davidova : Nursing and Healthcare: a Gendered Perspective from the Balkans (1900-1939)
Cristina Victoria Radu : Women’s Wages and the Gender Gap in the Eighteenth Century Denmark
Anna Sznajder : Rural Gender and Strategies of Craft Work – Constructing Lacemakers Identities from Bobowa, Southern Poland



Saturday 27 March 2021 14.00 - 16.00
S-15 WOM20 Sex Work and Systematic Violence
Lipsius 206
Networks: Sexuality , Women and Gender Chair: Marianna Muravyeva
Organizers: - Discussant: Marianna Muravyeva
Loizos Kapsalis : Imperialism, Sexuality and the Regulation of Prostitution in British Colonial Cyprus (1878-1914).
Laura Savelli : Unfortunate Girls and the Good Ladies.


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