Preliminary Programme

Showing: room L (all days)
Wed 12 April
    08.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00
    16.30 - 18.30

Thu 13 April
    08.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00
    16.30 - 18.30

Fri 14 April
    08.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00
    16.30 - 18.30

Sat 15 April
    08.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00

All days
Wednesday 12 April 2023 08.30 - 10.30
L-1 LAB10 Law, Labor and Production: Do Europe’s Peripheries Still Speak to Each Other?
Network: Labour Chairs: -
Organizer: Adrian Grama Discussant: Stefan Berger
Moderators: -
Ulf Brunnbauer : From the Sea into a Can: Labor and Sardine Processing in Peripheral Europe since the 19th Century
Anna Delius : Translating Repression into Rights. Labor Protest and Democratic Opposition in Spain and Poland, 1960-1990
Matthias Ebbertz : Regulated Self-regulation in the Weimar Republic. Praxeological Approaches on the Multinormativity of Co-determination in Westphalia and Bavaria
Adrian Grama : How does Labor Law Travel? Interwar Portugal and Romania in Comparison

Wednesday 12 April 2023 11.00 - 13.00
L-2 LAB01 Book Session: the Digital Factory: the Human Labor of Automation by Moritz Altenried (The University of Chicago Press, 2022)
Networks: Labour , Social Inequality , Theory Chairs: -
Organizer: Görkem Akgöz Discussants: Görkem Akgöz, Moritz Altenried, Bridget Kenny, Nicola Pizzolato
Moderators: -

Wednesday 12 April 2023 14.00 - 16.00
L-3 FAM15a Sibling Relations 1: Early Modern Noble Siblings. Situational Configurations between Alliance and Conflict
Network: Family and Demography Chairs: -
Organizers: Siglinde Clementi, Margareth Lanzinger Discussant: Michaela Hohkamp
Moderators: -
Benedetta Borello : Siblings and Half-siblings in Roman Noble Families (17th and 18th Centuries)
Siglinde Clementi : Noble Sibling Relations in the Step Constellation. Tyrol, 16th and 17th Centuries
Liesbeth Geevers : Runt of the Litter: Archduke Charles "the Posthumous" and his Many Older Siblings
Claudia Rapberger : Noble Sisters in their Correspondences in 17th Century Austria

Wednesday 12 April 2023 16.30 - 18.30
L-4 FAM15b Sibling Relations 2: Modes of Sharing - Siblinghood at the Turn of the Modern Era
Network: Family and Demography Chairs: -
Organizer: Michaela Hohkamp Discussant: Siglinde Clementi
Moderators: -
Florian Andretsch : Non-partitioned Patrimonies Sharing Lower and Upper Austrian Noble Lordships in Fraternal Community, ca. 1600
Stefani Engelstein : Sibling Structures: Nation, State, and Family
Sophie Ruppel : Sharing Knowledge: Brothers in Science around 1800
Charlotte Zweynert : Shared Economies. Sibling Households of Writers around 1800

Thursday 13 April 2023 08.30 - 10.30
L-5 LAB05a Housewives or Workers? Domestic Work and Care Work (16th-20th Centuries) I
Networks: Family and Demography , Labour Chair: Celine Mutos Xicola
Organizers: Celine Mutos Xicola, Beatrice Zucca Micheletto Discussant: Beatrice Zucca Micheletto
Moderators: -
Cristina Borderias, Raffaella Sarti : Lavori donneschi, amas de casa, sus labores, casalinghe”: the Making of the Housewife in Italy and Spain (18th-20th Century)
Alessandra Gissi : The 'Essential Function' of Women: Family, Housewives, Domestic Work and Wages in Italy between Fascism and the Republic
Antonia Morey : The Profile of Housewives in the 1920s. A Retrospective Vision following the Population Patterns of the Balearic Islands
Maria Papathanassiou : Peasant Women in Early Twentieth Century and Interwar Austria: Housewives of a Pre-industrial European Past in an Industrial European Present?
Sofi Vedin : Division of Labor among Swedish Mistresses and Maids 1890-1939

Thursday 13 April 2023 11.00 - 13.00
L-6 LAB05b Housewives or Workers? Domestic Work and Care Work (16th-20th Centuries) II
Networks: Family and Demography , Labour Chair: Beatrice Zucca Micheletto
Organizers: Celine Mutos Xicola, Beatrice Zucca Micheletto Discussant: Celine Mutos Xicola
Moderators: -
Francesca Ferrando : A School for Wives? Education, Domestic Work and Care Work in the Genoese Hospitals (1600- 1700)
Phil Lyon : The Efficient Housewife: Kitchen Narratives from 1920s’ British Newspapers
Charmian Mansell : The Labour of Care in England, 1550-1700
Tura Tusell Latorre : Who Performed Domestic and Care Work in Charitable Institutions? Barcelona, 1815-1900

Thursday 13 April 2023 14.00 - 16.00
L-7 FAM17 Vulnerability and Mortality
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Bartosz Ogórek
Organizers: - Discussant: Isabelle Devos
Moderators: -
Angelique Janssens, Evelien Walhout : Maternal Health, Maternal Mortality and Causes of Death in Amsterdam 1865-1915
Mads Perner : Social and Environmental Factors of Child Mortality Risk in Late Nineteenth-century Copenhagen
Tim Riswick : A Life Course Analysis of Victims and Survivors: the Impact of Individual, Familial and Societal Factors on Cause-specific Child Mortality Risks in Amsterdam, 1856-1924
Richard Sadler, Don Lafreniere : Building HENRI: Historical Environmental Neighborhood Risk Indicators for Chronic Disease Evaluation
Dinos Sevdalakis : Urban Infant Mortality in Colonial Senegal: an Exploration of Causes using Vital Registration Statistics, 1880-1913

Thursday 13 April 2023 16.30 - 18.30
L-8 FAM16 Social and Cultural Determinants of Infant Mortality in the Past: New Insights from across Europe
Network: Family and Demography Chairs: Rosella Rettaroli, Rosella Rettaroli
Organizers: Lucia Pozzi, Francesco Scalone Discussant: Rosella Rettaroli
Moderators: -
Maria Hiltunen, Johan Junkka : Religious Differences in Cause-specific Post-perinatal Mortality. A sibling study of northern Sweden, 1860-1892
Stanislao Mazzoni : Mothers of the Capital: Poverty, Infant Mortality and Reproductive Health in Madrid (1916-1926)
Lucia Pozzi : Infant Mortality in a Deeply Divided Society: Belfast and Northern Ireland in the First Half of the 20th Century
Francesco Scalone, Gabriele Rulu : Social, Religious and Cultural Differences in Infant Mortality in a Group of Historical German Villages
Evelien Walhout, Frans van Poppel : Region or Rome? Explaining High Infant Mortality in the Late 19th- and early 20th-Century Dutch Catholic South: the Effects of Region and Religion

Friday 14 April 2023 08.30 - 10.30
L-9 LAB13 Precarious Labour and Collective Responses from the Local to the Global, 1920s to Present Day
Network: Labour Chair: Ursula Huws
Organizers: Nina Trige Andersen, Maria Fernanda Arellanes Arellanes, Rosa Kösters, Sibylle Marti Discussant: Ursula Huws
Moderators: -
Nina Trige Andersen : The Emergence of the Municipal ‘Administrative Class’ and their Union in Denmark from the 1920s: from Precarious Day Laborers and Temporary Women Part-timers to Salaried Employees
Maria Fernanda Arellanes Arellanes : Domestic Work in Digital Platforms and Working Holiday Visa: the Interplay between Gig Economy and Mobility Regimes
Roderick G Galam : Working for a Promise: Relations of Aid and Exploitation in the Informal Employment of Aspiring Seafarers in the Philippines
Rosa Kösters : Formal and Informal Collective Actions at the Workplace: Dutch Meat Industry and Retail Workers, 1970-2020
Sibylle Marti : International Trade Unionism and the Informal Sector in the 1980s: New Alliances and Changing Strategies towards Precarious Labour

Friday 14 April 2023 11.00 - 13.00
L-10 FAM18 Widows, Economy and the Household
Network: Family and Demography Chairs: -
Organizer: Beatrice Moring Discussant: Amy Rommelspacher
Moderators: -
Marie-Pierre Arrizabalaga : Widows, Status, and Households among the French Immigrants in California, 1880-1940
Francisco Garcia Gonzales, Daniel Maldonaldo : Survive Husband. Widows and their Homes in Mediterranean Andalusia at the End of the 18th Century
Kersi Lust : Who Supported Childless Widows in their Old Age? The Case of Late Nineteenth-century Rural Estonia
Beatrice Moring : Widows, Economy and Family in North European Urban Society

Friday 14 April 2023 14.00 - 16.00
L-11 LAB30 Journeymen Associations in Southern Europe at the End of the Ancien Régime: an Assessment
Network: Labour Chair: Jordi Ibarz
Organizer: Brendan von Briesen Discussant: Maarten Prak
Moderators: -
Mario Grassi : In Search of Compromise. Work, Threat and Identity in The Fundation of the Università dei Lavoranti Calzettai in Turin (1737)
José A. Nieto Sánchez : Rebel Journeymen: Artisan Skills, Organisation, and Protest in Modern-era Madrid
Juanjo Romero : Journeymen Associations of Barcelona after the Abolition of the Guilds (c.1830-1855)
Brendan von Briesen : An Orderly Rebellion: the Journeymen Guilds of Barcelona (c.1760-1830)

Friday 14 April 2023 16.30 - 18.30
L-12 LAB22 The World Federation of Trade Unions and/within the Labor Movements of Africa, Asia, Europe, and Latin America during the Cold War
Network: Labour Chairs: -
Organizers: Immanuel R. Harisch, Johanna Wolf Discussants: -
Moderators: -
Rowena Abdul Razak : The 1947 WFTU Visit to Iran: Implications on British and Iranian Labour Politics
N’goran Gédéon Bangali, Immanuel R. Harisch : The Pan-African Anti-Imperialist UGTAN and its Relations with the WFTU, 1957-1961
Vannessa Hearman : Cold War Travel and Trade Unionism: Reflections on a Disappeared World
Patricio Herrera : The Anti-colonial Position of the Confederation of Latin American Workers (1945-1963): Between Solidarity and Transnational Political Actions
Gabriele Siracusano : Socialism, Independence, and Class Struggle. The WFTU in West Africa and the Role of the CGT and CGIL
Johanna Wolf : “What is our future status?” The Indian Perspective on the World Federation of Trade Unions in the late 1940s

Saturday 15 April 2023 08.30 - 10.30
L-13 LAB23 Women as Textiles Producers in the Modern World
Networks: Labour , Women and Gender Chair: Elya Assayag
Organizer: Sheilagh Quaile Discussant: Sohee Ryuk
Moderators: -
Dhriti Dhaundiyal : Gendered Identity in Community and Crafts of Himalayan Weavers
Aisha Manus : Quilts of the Great War: Another Piece in the History of Female War Workers
Sheilagh Quaile : Female Handloom Weavers in Nineteenth-Century Paisley, Scotland

Saturday 15 April 2023 11.00 - 13.00
L-14 LAB11 Livelihoods at the Intersection between Work/non-work and Free/unfree Labour
Network: Labour Chair: Christian G. De Vito
Organizers: Léa Renard, Jessica Richter, Nicola Schalkowski Discussant: Raffaella Sarti
Moderators: -
Alexander Keese : Forced Labour after Forced Labour: Understanding the Internal Dynamics and Local Challenges of Fighting Compulsory Work in Portuguese Angola in the Late Colonial Period, 1961–74
Jessica Richter : Neither Family Members nor Workers: Foster Children’s Social Rights and In/voluntary Contributions to Austrian Farms (ca. 1900-1938)
Magaly Rodríguez García : To Work or not to Work: Policies and Practices of Prostitution in Belgium (Nineteenth Century to the Present)
Nicola Schalkowski : Seeing Like the ILO – Conceptualizing Forced Domestic Work in Peru

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