To bring together scholars who explain historical phenomena using the methods of the social sciences

Preliminary Programme

Showing: Wednesday 30 March 2016 (entire day)
Wed 30 March
    8.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
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    16.30 - 18.30

Thu 31 March
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    16.30 - 18.30

Fri 1 April
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Sat 2 April
    8.30 - 10.30
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All days
Wednesday 30 March 2016 8.30 - 10.30
A-1 - ETH22a : Migrant Communities I Early Modern
Seminario A, Nivel 0
Network: Ethnicity and Migration Chair: Paul Puschmann
Organizers: -Discussants: -
Eduardo de Mesa Gallego : The Survival of Gaelic Ireland in Exile (1604-1644)
Konstantin Mierau : Armenians, Cypriots and Turks sharing Rooms in Late Sixteenth Century Madrid. The Landlord Jorge Cipriotta and his Criminal Tenants
Mateusz Wyzga : Rural-urban Migration in Early Modern Poland. Case Study of Krakow


B-1 - WOM16 : Time-uses, Work and Wages in Europe in Historical Perspective. Sources and Methods
Seminario B, Nivel 0
Networks: Economic History , Labour , Women and Gender Chair: Elise Van Nederveen Meerkerk
Organizers: Manuela Martini, Raffaella Sarti, Jacob WeisdorfDiscussants: Joerg Baten, Ariadne Schmidt
Maria Ågren : Gender and Times Uses in Early Modern Sweden: Evidence from the Verb-oriented Method
Cristina Borderías : Gender Inequalities in Time Uses in XIX Century Spain. New Discourses, Concepts and Evidences through the Literature of Social Reformers
Oisin Gilmore : Working Time in Industry (1870-2000): a New Dataset
Conchi Villar : Labour Trajectories in Barcelona during the 20th Century: Exploring Differences between Men and Women


C-1 - ELI16 : Local Elites in National Politics
Seminario C, Nivel 0
Networks: Elites and Forerunners , Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Irina Morozova
Organizers: -Discussant: Irina Morozova
Martin Åberg : Independent Local Lists: Competition between Local Elites, or an Expression of Centre-periphery Conflicts? A Comparative Case Study
Vincenzo Barra : Civil Society and Political System in the Liberal States: the Patronage’s Networks of Abilio Calderon and Michele Capozzi in the Elections of 1901 in Spain and 1876 in Italy
Ida Bull : Elites and Democratization


D-1 - MAT01 : Country House and Comfort in Early-Modern Europe
Aula 1, Nivel 0
Network: Material and Consumer Culture Chair: Mark Rothery
Organizers: Johanna Ilmakunnas, Jon StobartDiscussant: Gudrun Andersson
Johanna Ilmakunnas : Comfort, Sociability and Skills: Gendered Elite Handiwork in Eighteenth-century Swedish and Finnish Country Houses
Cristina Prytz : The Appearance of Comfort: Personal Reflections on Comfort in England and Sweden in the 1780s
Jon Stobart : The Discomforts of Home, or How to Endure Life in the English Country House


E-1 - WOM01 : Between History and Diversity of the Memory. Women’s Life Narrations about the Period of Communism
Aula 2, Nivel 0
Network: Women and Gender Chair: Malgorzata Praczyk
Organizer: Izabela SkorzynskaDiscussant: Malgorzata Praczyk
Claudia-Florentina Dobre : Gender Equality and Everyday Life in Communist Romania: Women Narratives
Bernadette Jonda : Regaining the Future by Rebuilding the Past? Women Life Stories during Communism in Former GDR and Poland
Izabela Skorzynska : “To save the Women’s Voices...”. The Questions of Transmission the Women Life Stories to the Historical Narrative Regimes
Anna Wachowiak : Memory as the Passage from Micro-sociology to Social History. Women Studies during and about Communism


F-1 - CRI01 : A Violent Force? Police and Weapons
Aula 3, Nivel 0
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Guus Meershoek
Organizer: Bettina BlumDiscussant: Joanne Klein
Bettina Blum : Arming the Force. Police Officers and Guns in West Germany 1945 – 1980
Jonas Campion : Weapons and Legitimate Violence: Belgian Gendarmes’ Practices and Debates from 1918 to 1957
Jos Smeets : Keeping a Step ahead. Enforcing Order in a Changing Society


G-1 - ELI01 : Political Power Groups in the Late Medieval and Early Modern City
Aula 4, Nivel 0
Networks: Elites and Forerunners , Middle Ages , Urban Chair: Jelle Haemers
Organizer: Janna EveraertDiscussant: Jelle Haemers
Miet Adriaens : The Rural Elite and Seigniorial Lordships (County of Flanders, 16th Century)
Jelten Baguet : A Flemish Serrata? Political Oligarchization in the Medieval and Early Modern City of Ghent
Elise Leclerc : Only Status Matters: the Role of Historical and Political Notes in the Florentine Family Books (14th-15th Centuries)
Laurentiu Radvan : A Social Group yet Unknown: the Urban Patriciate in Medieval Wallachia
Danko Zelic : Urban Space Policies in Medieval Dubrovnik and Dalmatian Cities – Venetian Tradition vs. Present


H-1 - RUR17 : Regional Identities
Aula 5, Nivel 0
Network: Rural Chairs: Dulce Freire, Tim Soens
Organizers: -Discussant: Sándor Horváth
Francisco Arenas-Dolz : Reshaping L’Horta’s Landscape: Experiences in Education for Rural Development around the Farinós Mill
Javier Calatrava : The Role of Farming Systems in Rural Tourism: Evolution (1965-2015) and Perspectives of Agro-tourism in Mountainous Areas of South-eastern Spain
Claus K. Meyer : Between Serene Beauty and “Dens of Infamy:” the Plantation Landscape, the Argument over Slavery, and the Regional Identity of the Antebellum South
Krisztina Slachta : The Dissapeared Village. The Process and Reasons of the Depopulation of the Village ‘Gyurufu’ in the Hungarian Countryside in 1971
Ira Spieker : Contact Zones. Constructing Identity in the Polish-Czech-German Border Region


I-1 - CUL01 : Asymmetries in the European Intellectual Space
Aula 6, Nivel 0
Network: Culture Chair: Marja Jalava
Organizer: Marja JalavaDiscussant: Marja Jalava
Mario De Prospo : Guido Dorso, a Small-town’s Italian Intellectual between the Crisis of the Liberal Age, Fascism and Republic
Tommaso Giordani : France, Italy and the SPD: Antonio Labriola’s Publishing Strategies
Stefan Nygård , Johan Strang : The Nordic Countries as an Intellectual Space?


J-1 - ECO01 : A Comparative Historical Analysis of Occupational Structure Across Sub-Saharan Africa I. Southern Africa
Aula 7, Nivel 0
Networks: Africa , Economic History Chair: Gareth Austin
Organizers: Gareth Austin, Leigh Shaw-TaylorDiscussants: -
Johan Fourie , Omphile Ramela : A Skill Divergence? Occupational Structures and South Africa’s Mineral Revolution
Erik Green : The Occupational Structure of Malawi, 1945-2010: Moving beyond Path Dependency
Filipa Ribeiro da Silva : The Occupational Structure of Mozambique, 1900-2000: Continuities and Changes


K-1 - MID07 : Territory and Society: Secular and Ecclesiastical Models of Governance in Medieval and Early Modern Europe
Aula 8, Nivel 0
Network: Middle Ages Chair: Jesus Angel Solorzano
Organizers: Jesus Angel Solorzano, Peter StabelDiscussant: Peter Stabel
Louise Berglund : Illustrious Ladies: Birgittine Models of Authority and Female Rulership in the Late Medieval Nordic Region
Elisabetta Graziani : Lords and Subjects: Dependency Relations within the Monastic Lordship of Monte Cassino between the Twelfth and Thirteenth Century
Fabian Kümmeler : Governing the Rural in Late-medieval Dalmatia. Venetian Governance of Rural Areas and Rural Self-Administration on the Island of Korcula in the 15th Century
Filip Malesevic : Church Historiography and Aristocracy in Post-tridentine Roman Culture


L-1 - EDU01 : Changing Border, Defining Identity. A European Perspective of Shaping Children's Role in Modern Society
Aula 9, Nivel 1
Network: Education and Childhood Chair: Stephen Lassonde
Organizer: Machteld VenkenDiscussants: -
Caroline Mezger : Deutsche bilden, Schwaben sein: National Education and the Donauschwaben Minority School, 1918-1944
Matthew Pauly : Abandoned on the Edge of Empire: Fin-de-siècle Children’s Welfare in Odessa
Machteld Venken : Growing Up in 20th-Century European Borderlands
Stephanie Zloch : Experiences of Refugees, Expellees and DP's in Post-war German Schools


M-1 - HEA01 : Bodies and Health: State and Non-State Actors' (ca.1850 to Present) I: Food Policies from the Global to the Local
Aula 10, Nivel 1
Network: Health and Environment Chairs: Josep Lluís Barona, Ximo Guillem-Llobat
Organizers: Josep Lluís Barona, Tenna Jensen, Magaly Rodríguez García, Peter ScholliersDiscussant: Ximo Guillem-Llobat
Filip Degreef : Constructing Risk and Safety: the Representation of Food Pathogens by Belgian Media and Consumer Organisations (1960-1995)
Kari Tove Elvbakken : Science and Policy – Three Cases of Controversies in Nutrition Science and Policy in Norway
Tenna Jensen : Food and Aging Policy in Denmark 1892-2015
Ritva Kylli : Protein Based Diet, Healthier Life? – Nutrition and Well-being in the 18th and 19th Century Finnish Lapland
Justyna Straczuk : Health, Trust and Taste: State Policy Versus Individual Strategies of Food Consumption in Socialist Poland


N-1 - SEX10 : State Control and Popular Practices. Perspectives from 20th Century Northern Europe
Aula 11, Nivel 1
Network: Sexuality Chair: Yuliya Hilevych
Organizers: -Discussant: Yuliya Hilevych
Matleena Frisk : Sexual Liberation and Young Maleness and Femaleness in 1960s and Early 1970s as Memorized in Finnish Autobiographies
Kari H. Nordberg : Who knows what is Good for you? Sexual Knowledge and the (Self) Presentation of the Sex Expert
Riikka Taavetti : Remembering Queer Desire. Personal Narratives of Sexuality in Finland and Estonia


P-1 - POL02 : Peripheral European Interwar Dictatorships: Transferences and Acquaintances
Aula 13, Nivel 1
Network: Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Antonio Costa Pinto
Organizers: Rita Almeida Carvalho, Jose Reis SantosDiscussant: Aristotle Kallis
Rita Almeida Carvalho : Salazar's Foreign Readings during the Fascis Era: from Machialvelli's Prince to Hitler's Mein Kampf
Constantin Iordachi : A Prophet of a New Political Faith: Alexandru Cantacuzino (1901-1939), Ideologue of the Fascist Iron Guard in interwar Romania
Spyridon Ploumidis : Nationalism and Fascism in Inter-war Greece (1922-1940)
Jose Reis Santos : From Koscmas to Tascas. Ideological Cross-fertilisations between Portugal and Hungary in the Late 30s


Q-1 - FAM01 : Familial Determinants of Mortality
Aula 14, Nivel 1
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Jörg Vögele
Organizer: Ingrid van DijkDiscussant: Jörg Vögele
Sören Edvinsson , Göran Broström : Increasing the Mortality Gap? Social Inequality in Mortality among Adults in Northern Sweden 1850-1960
Rick Mourits : Spatial Variance in Longevity. The Effect of Agricultural Tradition, Disease Environment, Modernisation, and Urban Penalties on Longevity in Drenthe, Groningen & Zeeland, 1813-1957
Angela Muir : Did Baby Daddies Matter? Illegitimacy, Identifiable Paternity and Infant Mortality in Eighteenth Century Wales
Ingrid van Dijk : Lucky Survivors? The Impact of Scarring on Adult Survivors of High-mortality Families
Evelien Walhout : Female Infanticide: Exploring Evidence in the Netherlands


R-1 - ECO03 : At the Origin of the Business Revolution: Shaping a Clerical Class in Pre-modern Europe
Aula 15, Nivel 1
Network: Economic History Chair: Alejandra Irigoín
Organizers: Mauro Carboni, Anne MurphyDiscussant: Alejandra Irigoín
Mauro Carboni : Building Trust and Preventing Fraud: Management Innovation in the Financial Sector in Early Modern Italy
Anne Murphy : ‘Writes a Fair Hand and appears to be Well Qualified’: the Recruitment of Bank of England Clerks during the Long Eighteenth Century
Patrik Winton : Servants of Credit: the Clerical Staff at the National Debt Office in Sweden, 1790–1820


T-1 - ECO13 : Wealth and Income Inequality in Preindustrial Europe and Beyond
Salon de Grados, Nivel 1
Network: Economic History Chair: Carlos Santiago-Caballero
Organizer: Guido AlfaniDiscussant: Wouter Ryckbosch
Guido Alfani : Economic Inequality in England: a Long-term Perspective (1290-1750 ca.)
Hulya Canbakal : Composition of Wealth and Factors of Inequality in Central Ottoman Lands, 1540-1840
Matteo Di Tullio : Long-term Trends in Wealth Inequality in Mediterranean Europe: Catalonia, Provence and Liguria compared
Federico Tadei : Income Inequality in Colonial Africa


U-1 - SOC01 : Childhood Inequality. Children and Social Inequality
Aula 17, Nivel 1E
Networks: Education and Childhood , Health and Environment , Social Inequality Chair: Jane Humphries
Organizer: Deborah OxleyDiscussant: Jane Humphries
Vellore Arthi : The Influence of Infant Nutrition on Children's Growth and Mortality: Evidence from London's Foundling Hospital, 1892-1919
Sarah Campbell : Waists, Hips and Early Life Health Jeopardy: Validating the ‘Barker Hypothesis’ using Nineteenth Century Tailors’ Records
Mary Cox : The Economic History of Inequality: Childhood and the Fall of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire
Elisabeth Milne , Deborah Oxley : The Health of the Schoolchild before WW1


V-1 - WOR12 : Transregional Encounters
Seminario E, Nivel 1
Network: World History Chair: Matthias Middell
Organizers: -Discussants: -
Felix Brahm : Moralizing and Controlling the African Arms Trade. On the (dis)Entanglement of Civil and Governmental Action, 1870s to 1900s
Megan Maruschke : Do Special Economic Zones have their Origins in Past Free Ports? A View from Mumbai, 1858 - today
Edgar Pereira , Kaarle Wirta : The Forgotten Emporia: Visions of Overseas Commerce and Transnational Connections in 17th-century Glückstadt (1617-1700)


W-1 - ETH04 : Connecting Residential Migration with Everyday Mobility
Aula Ramon y Cajal, Nivel 1
Network: Ethnicity and Migration Chair: Leslie Page Moch
Organizer: Colin PooleyDiscussant: Leslie Page Moch
Allyson Hobbs : Travel as Trauma: Following the 1950 Negro Motorists Guide
Jakob Ornbjerg : From the Netherlands to Northern Jutland. Dutch and German immigrants in Denmark 1580-1680
Colin Pooley , Marilyn Pooley : In the Evening Mother, Aunty and I went for a Moonlight Walk and looked Round that Big House in Palatine Road’: Connecting Mobility and Migration in Everyday Life


X-1 - ORA01 : Narratives, Experiences and Understandings of Work, Job Loss and Health in the Twentieth Century
Seminario F, Nivel 1E
Network: Oral History Chair: Sean O'Connell
Organizer: Matthew SmithDiscussants: -
Roberta Garruccio : Occupational Psychology and Plant Closure: Oral Narratives from the Falck Steelworks in Sesto San Giovanni (Milan)
Kirsi-Maria Hytönen : “We Never Complained”: Tiredness and Strength in the Memories of Working Women during the Second World War in Finland
Stephen Mawdsley : Ghosts of the Jake Walk: Oral History and Jamaica Ginger Paralysis
Arthur McIvor : ‘Scrap Heap’ Stories: Oral Narratives of Work Loss, Health and the Body in Deindustrializing Scotland
Matthew Smith : A Measure of Sanity? Work and the Prevention of Mental Illness in North America, 1945-1980


Y-1 - HEA19 : Health Care
Seminario Ha Sciencia, Nivel 2
Network: Health and Environment Chair: Ida Milne
Organizers: -Discussant: Ida Milne
Stephan Curtis : Stockholm's Sabbatsberg Hospital and Sophiahemmet (School for Nurses): Products of Changing Places
Ulrika Lagerlöf Nilsson : The Economics of Scientific Births: Conditions and Limitations for Swedish Midwifery during the Late 1800s
Daniela Santos Silva : The (Re)definition of Hospitals in Portuguese Welfare System. An International and Conceptual Debate during the Nineteenth Century



Wednesday 30 March 2016 11.00 - 13.00
A-2 - ETH22b : Migrant Communities II 20th-21st Centuries
Seminario A, Nivel 0
Network: Ethnicity and Migration Chair: Philippe Rygiel
Organizers: -Discussants: -
Anne Friedrichs : Multiple Moves and Cross-Border Relations: Polish German Migration to the Ruhr Valley and to Northern France
Samantha Knapton : Keeping Polish Cultural Identity Alive: the Loss of Community in the Post-war Period
Ida Ohlsson Al Fakir : Migration, Ethnicity and the Swedish Church, ca. 1900-1950
Paul Puschmann , Robyn Donrovich; Koen Matthijs : Health Advantage or Statistical Artifact? A Test of the Salmon Bias Hypothesis for Domestic Migrants in the City of Rotterdam, the Netherlands, 1850-1930


B-2 - CRI16 : Crime History and the Life Course: New Findings and New Dialogues
Seminario B, Nivel 0
Networks: Criminal Justice , Social Inequality Chair: Marion Pluskota
Organizer: Helen JohnstonDiscussant: Marion Pluskota
David Cox : Pros and Cons - Researching the Lives and Offences of Victorian Convicts: Advantages and Limitations of a Prosopographical Approach
Pamela Cox , Zoe Alker : Young Criminal Lives: ‘What worked’ in Historical Youth Justice Systems?
Helen Johnston : Long-term Imprisonment and Release: the Impact of Imprisonment on the Life Course of Adult Offenders in Victorian England
Christine Kelly : The Development of Probation for Young Offenders in Early Twentieth Century Scotland


C-2 - ELI17 : Serving the State: Military, Administrative and Intellectual Elites, 17th to 20th Century
Seminario C, Nivel 0
Network: Elites and Forerunners Chair: Elena Korchmina
Organizers: -Discussant: Alex Snellman
Igor Fedyukin : Nobility and Schooling in Russia, 1700s-1760s: Choices in Social Context
Michael Gonzales : The Changing Course of Empire: History Writing and Imperial Identity in Seventeenth-Century Spain
Jacopo Lorenzini : Building the State through the Army: a Social, Cultural and Ideological Portrait of the Italian Military Elite from the Mid-19th Century to the Great War and Beyond
Per Lundin , Niklas Stenlås : Social Engineers, Public Intellectuals or Reform Technocrats? Varying Views of Scientific Elites in the Mid-twentieth Century Public Sector Reforms
Pablo Ortega-del-Cerro , Juan Hernández Franco : Naval Elites and Social Change: a European Comparative Study of the 18th Century


D-2 - ECO12 : Understanding Economic Regions in Northern Europe, 14th-18th c.
Aula 1, Nivel 0
Network: Economic History Chair: Jacob Weisdorf
Organizer: Angela HuangDiscussant: Lars Boerner
David Chilosi , Max Schulze & Oliver Volckart : Decomposing Trading Costs: Capital and Wheat Market Integration in Central Europe, 1350-1800
Philipp Hoehn : Dealing with conflict – Legal pluralism and economic regions in pre-modern northern Europe (ca. 1350-1650)
Angela Huang : An Institutional Analysis of Northern European Commodity Trade, 12th-16th c.
Ulla Kypta : Hierarchy and Network, Factors and Friends: the Principal-Agent Problem in Pre-Modern Trade


E-2 - WOM02 : Crime, Gender and Violence in a Historical Perspective - Roundtable
Aula 2, Nivel 0
Networks: Criminal Justice , Women and Gender Chair: Manon van der Heijden
Organizer: Marianna MuravyevaDiscussant: Manon van der Heijden
Katie Barclay : (Emotions, Gender and Violence)
Marianna Muravyeva : (Spatial and Environmental Attitudes to Gender and Crime)
Raisa Maria Toivo : Gender and Religious Violence
Constanta Vintila-Ghitulescu : (Gender and Crime in Archival Research)


F-2 - CRI02 : Abolition and Change to the Death Penalty in Europe and North America
Aula 3, Nivel 0
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Donald Fyson
Organizer: Vivien MillerDiscussant: Donald Fyson
James Campbell : Britain and the Death Penalty in Overseas Territories at the End of Empire.
Vivien Miller : Capital Punishment, Race, and Rape in the Post-war American South
Lizzie Seal : Safety, Fear and Social Change in the Public’s Pro-death Penalty Discourse in Mid Twentieth-century Britain
Caroline Sharples : 'Hang the Nazi Swine!' Capital Punishment for Convicted War Criminals in Allied-Occupied Germany.


G-2 - ELI02 : Social Mobility and Elites in Commercial Towns (15th-16th Centuries)
Aula 4, Nivel 0
Network: Elites and Forerunners Chair: Christian Liddy
Organizer: Jelten BaguetDiscussant: Christian Liddy
Sandra de la Torre : Powerful Alliances: Economic and Political Powers Collaborating in the Late Medieval Crown of Aragon
Janna Everaert : Power in the Metropolis. The Impact of Economic and Demographic Growth on the Antwerp City Council (1400-1550)
José Antonio Jara Fuente : Vying for Political Participation: Competing Aims and Cooperative Policies. Cuenca in the XVth Century
Stephan Sander-Faes : An Elite Divided: Distinctions of Urban Elites in the 16th-Century Venetian Commonwealth


H-2 - RUR16 : Improving Cash Crops
Aula 5, Nivel 0
Network: Rural Chair: Tim Soens
Organizers: -Discussants: -
Laurent Brassart : The Emperor’s Sheep: a Merinisation Plan for Europe (1800-1815)
Sanjukta Ghosh : Agricultural Improvement, Technology and Indigenous Sugar Business: Colonial India 1880-1930
Gabriel Jover-Avella , Joana Maria Pujadas-Mora : Labour-demand Seasonality, Geographical Mobility and Family Reproduction in a Mediterranean Agrarian System: Majorca, 1650 – 1700
Mats Morell : Enclosures, Land Use Changes, Productivity and Demographic Development. The Case of Västmanland County, Central Sweden
Piet Van Cruyningen : Land and Water, Institutions and Investments: Agriculture in the Dutch Coastal Provinces, c. 1400-1800


I-2 - CUL03 : Historical Authenticity as an Interdisciplinary Approach
Aula 6, Nivel 0
Network: Culture Chair: Jukka Kortti
Organizers: Patrick Finney, Achim SaupeDiscussant: Jukka Kortti
Patrick Finney : Politics and Technologies of Authenticity: the Second World War at the Close of Living Memory
Sara Jones : Mediated Immediacy: Constructing Authentic Testimony in Popular and Public History
Andrea Rehling : Authenticity in the Discourse of UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage
Achim Saupe : Dealing with Authenticity: Personal, Object-oriented, Empirical and Historical Aspects of a Key Concept in Cultural History and Public Memory


J-2 - ECO02 : A Comparative Historical Analysis of Occupational Structure Across Sub-Saharan Africa II. Western and Eastern Africa.
Aula 7, Nivel 0
Networks: Africa , Economic History Chair: Leigh Shaw-Taylor
Organizers: Gareth Austin, Leigh Shaw-TaylorDiscussant: Andreas Eckert
Gareth Austin : Occupational Structure and Urbanization in Modern Ghanaian History: a Preliminary Exploration
Michiel de Haas , Ewout Frankema : The Occupational Structure of Belgian Congo, Zaïre and DRC, 1920-present
Karin Pallaver : “Counting Huts, Heads and Labourers: Sources on Size and Structure of the Labour Force in Kenya and Tanzania (1921-2012)”
Marlous van Waijenburg : Occupational Structural in French West Africa since 1850


K-2 - MID08 : Courts and Governance in the Late Medieval and Early Modern State
Aula 8, Nivel 0
Networks: Elites and Forerunners , Middle Ages , Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Elena Woodacre
Organizers: German Gamero Igea, Elena WoodacreDiscussant: Elena Woodacre
Fabrizio De Falco : Portraits of Royalty at the Court of Henry II Plantagenet: the De Nugis Curialum of Walter Map as a Courtly Metatext
German Gamero Igea : Be linked, be loyal, be served. Royal Entourage and the government of the sea during Ferdinand The Catholic’s reign
Rubén González Cuerva : The Spanish Market of Grace: the Payment to Foreigners on Behalf of the Hasburgs (16th- 17th Century)
David Nogales Rincón : Sumptuary and Ceremonial Models at the Court of Castile (1474-1504)


L-2 - EDU02 : Children, Youth and Education in the Age of the World Wars
Aula 9, Nivel 1
Network: Education and Childhood Chair: Anne Berg
Organizer: Esbjörn LarssonDiscussants: -
Valentina Boretti : Toying with Defence: Playthings and War in 1930-1940s China
Ingrid Brühwiler : Citizenship Education in Swiss Public Schools Challenged by the First World War
Esbjörn Larsson : Children and Youth in Arms: Military Training at Swedish Schools during World War I and II
Fabiana Loparco : The “Warring Children” on the Pages of the Italian Magazine Corriere dei Piccoli during WWI: between Unreality and Sacrifice


M-2 - HEA02 : Bodies and Health: State and Non-State Actors’s (ca. 1850 to the Present) II: Social Hygiene, Prostitution and Venereal Diseases
Aula 10, Nivel 1
Networks: Health and Environment , Sexuality Chair: Ignacio Suay-Matallana
Organizers: Josep Lluís Barona, Magaly Rodríguez García, Peter ScholliersDiscussant: Tenna Jensen
Josep Lluís Barona : The Emergence of Venereal Diseases in the International Agenda (ca. 1900)
Ramón Castejón-Bolea : Access to Penicillin for the Treatment of Syphilis in Spain in the 1950´s: the Role of the International Agencies
Anne Hanley : Sexual Health and the State: State-Supported Healthcare Provisions for Venereal Diseases in England, 1918-1939
Liat Kozma : Debating Abolition and the Fight against Venereal Diseases in Egypt, 1935-1939s
Magaly Rodríguez García : The League of Nations’ Study of Venereal Diseases and Rehabilitation


N-2 - SEX02 : Reference Points for Queer Identity in National Spaces of Central and Eastern Europe
Aula 11, Nivel 1
Network: Sexuality Chair: Agnieszka Koscianska
Organizer: Dan HealeyDiscussant: Agnieszka Koscianska
Mark Cornwall : Mapping a Queer Geography in the Bohemian Lands, 1918-1948
Dan Healey : Russian Homophobia from Stalin to Sochi: Silence, Perspectives, Mobilization
Anita Kurimay : Silencing Sex: the Historical Politics of Hungarian Homosexuality
Ineta Lipsa : Homosexuals and the Soviet Power: Suppression Mechanisms in the Latvian SSR, the 1960s-1980s
Antu Sorainen : Lost Heritage and Inheritance - Finnish Carelian War Refugees and Queer Kinship


O-2 - ANT01 : Community and Conflict: Models and Categories to its Historical Studies
Aula 12, Nivel 1
Network: Antiquity Chair: Carlos Machado
Organizer: José KnustDiscussant: Neville Morley
Paulo Henrique de Carvalho Pachá : Saints, Lords and Peasants: Gift-exchange, Patronage and Conflict in the Iberian Late Antiquity
Uiran Gebara da Silva : Social Conflict in Late Antiquity: Concepts and Models for Late Roman Rural Rebellions
José Knust : From young Marx to Early Rome: State and Community in Early-republican Central Italy


P-2 - POL01 : Meet the Author António Costa Pinto and Aristotle Kallis: "Rethinking Fascism and Dictatorship in Europe"
Aula 13, Nivel 1
Network: Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Rita Almeida Carvalho
Organizer: Jose Reis SantosDiscussants: Luciano Abreu, Gerhard Botz, Antonio Costa Pinto, Constantin Iordachi, Aristotle Kallis


Q-2 - FAM02 : Non-Nuclear Families
Aula 14, Nivel 1
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux
Organizer: Beatrice MoringDiscussant: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux
Nanna Floor Clausen : Widows and spinsters and their households in 19th century Denmark
Irfan Kokdas : Is there an Inevitable Transition from Large Households to Nuclear Families at the Dawn of Modernity? Human Capital Formation and Demographic Trends in the Ottoman Balkans (1700-1860)
Beatrice Moring : Widows in Late 19th century Urban Northern Europe- Family Co-operation and Female Networks
Damaris Rose , Lisa Dillon & Marianne Caron : Surfacing the Singles: a Mixed Methods Adventure into the Living Arrangements of the Non-married in 1920s-1940s urban Canada


R-2 - REL01a : Anticlericalism and Criticism of Religion in Scandinavia in a Transnational Perspective I
Aula 15, Nivel 1
Network: Religion Chair: Yvonne Maria Werner
Organizer: Yvonne Maria WernerDiscussant: Yvonne Maria Werner
Lars Edgren : Anti-clericalism and Political Radicalism in Mid-nineteenth Century Sweden
Johannes Ljungberg : Premodern Conflicts as Anticlerical Fuel: the Use of History in French and Swedish Debate 1840-60
Kristin Norseth : The Norwegian Pietistic Revivals and their Criticism of the Clergy of the Established Church of Norway during the Nineteenth Century


S-2 - LAB02 : Factory History: Contesting Identity and Constructing Politics on the Shop Floor
Aula 16, Nivel 1
Network: Labour Chair: Christian G. De Vito
Organizers: Görkem Akgöz, Lars ChristensenDiscussants: -
Görkem Akgöz : Writing from the Shop Floor: Workers’ Perceptions and Representation of the Factory as a Workplace in Turkish Trade Union Press
Lars Christensen : Fordism Versus Unionism. Industrial Relations at Ford Motor Company A/S in Denmark, 1919-1966
Anna Koumandaraki : Enterprise Union Movement in Grece (Tentative)
Nicola Pizzolato : Dodge Main: the Factory as Plantation (Detroit, 1967-1973)


T-2 - SPA01 : Social Networks and Social Structures in Space and Time
Salon de Grados, Nivel 1
Network: Spatial and Digital History Chair: Douglas Brown
Organizers: -Discussant: Melodee Beals
Patricia Ferreira Lopes , Francisco Pinto Puerto : Understanding the Andalusia's Late Gothic Heritage in Space and Time. Roles of Constructions, Social Networks and Communication
Jim Pimpernell : Social Networks among Tenants of an 18th Century Agricultural Estate - the Use of Social Network Analysis Software and Relational Database
Ivo Zandhuis : Family Network Analysis


U-2 - SOC02 : Elites, Inequality and Social Mobility
Aula 17, Nivel 1E
Networks: Elites and Forerunners , Social Inequality Chair: Yolanda Blasco-Martel
Organizer: Miguel Artola BlancoDiscussant: Yolanda Blasco-Martel
Miguel Artola Blanco : The Death of the Rentier, an Unexplored Transformation: Madrid, 1930-1950
Jean-Brieux Delbos : “Once in the Elite, always in the Elite? Franchised Parisian Voters, Wealth and Mobility (1845-1859, Paris, France)
Clément Dherbécourt : Social Mobilty among the Top 0.1% in France (1867-1977): a "Rank-rank" Approach
Martín Rodrigo Alharilla : A Transatlantic and Cosmopolitan Elite: Cuban Planters and Merchants in Europe (1830-1900)
Jose Miguel Sanjuan : When is an Oligarchy Formed? The Origins and Evolution of an Elite. Barcelona 1850- 1920


V-2 - LAT01 : An Iberian Atlantic ‘Tradition’? Examining Social, Political and Intellectual Underpinnings (1770-1840)
Seminario E, Nivel 1
Network: Latin America Chair: Paulo Drinot
Organizer: Natalia Sobrevilla PereaDiscussant: Alejandra Irigoín
Gregorio Alonso : The Atlantic Contagion of Freedom in the Age of Independence
Manuel Barcia : The Zangroniz Business Network: a Nineteenth-Century Forerunner of Modern Globalization in the Iberian Atlantic World
Jesús Sanjuro : Liberalism, Abolitionism and Imperialism in the Atlantic World: Confronting the ‘Evolutionary Approach’
Natalia Sobrevilla Perea : The Military Montepío in Nineteenth Century Peru and its Atlantic Origins


W-2 - LAB18 : Global Labour History in Question (Special Labour Session 1)
Aula Ramon y Cajal, Nivel 1
Network: Labour Chair: Lex Heerma van Voss
Organizer: Elise Van Nederveen MeerkerkDiscussant: Matthias van Rossum
Peter Ackers : What's Wrong with Global Labour History? The Case for Developing a Neo-Pluralist, Institutional Approach Instead
Clare Crowston : Slavery and Apprenticeship: Thinking through The Spectrum of Coercion and Freedom in the French World, 1780s to 1830s
Sophie Loy-Wilson : Thinking Labour Rights through the 'Coolie' Question


X-2 - ORA02 : Discovering Truths? Perspectives on the Told and Untold in Oral Testimony
Seminario F, Nivel 1E
Network: Oral History Chair: Nanci Adler
Organizer: Jessica HammettDiscussants: -
Jessica Douthwaite : An ‘Age of Fear’? Deciphering Untold Emotions in Oral Histories
Jessica Hammett : ‘I used to have a Memory, now I have a Forgettory’: Rehearsed, Recalled and Lost Stories
Ariane Mak : Remembering the Forgotten Conscripts. A Comparative Analysis of Bevin Boys’ Narratives
Daniel Swan : “We were all in it together”: Women’s Memories of the Second World War in Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight


Y-2 - FAM24 : Eastern Infant Mortality: Religion, Ethnicity, Location
Seminario Ha Sciencia, Nivel 2
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Anders Brändström
Organizers: Luminita Dumanescu, Gunnar ThorvaldsenDiscussant: Ólöf Garðarsdóttir
Iulia Borovik , Elena Glavatskaya & Gunnar Thorvaldsen : Infant Mortality in Late 19th to Early 20th Century Ekaterinburg
Luminita Dumanescu , Daniela Marza, Mihaela Haragus : New Data on Infant Mortality in Transylvania in the 19th Century based on the HPDT
Gunnar Thorvaldsen , Hilde L. Sommerseth : Once Upon a Time in the East? Spatial Distribution of Infant Mortality in the North East of Norway in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century



Wednesday 30 March 2016 14.00 - 16.00
A-3 - ASI01 : Globalisation, Work and Labour in Asia: Change and Continuity in a Historical Perspective
Seminario A, Nivel 0
Networks: Asia , Labour Chair: Ratna Saptari
Organizer: Nandini GooptuDiscussants: -
Jenny Chan : Interns or Workers? China’s Student Labor Regime
Nandini Gooptu : Contract Cleaning in Corporate India: Professionalisation or Neo-servitude?
Raka Ray : Bombay Dreams: Precarity and Gender in India's Film Industry


B-3 - CRI17 : The Making of the Female Criminal in Modern Era: a Global Perspective
Seminario B, Nivel 0
Networks: Criminal Justice , Women and Gender Chair: Julia Torrie
Organizer: Vandana JoshiDiscussant: Louise Jackson
Padma Anagol : Murderous Mothers and Midwives: Role of Information Gathering and Surveillance Techniques in the Emergence of the Female Criminal in 19th Century India
Marie Eriksson : Women Fighting. Amongst Assaults, Abuse and Affrays in 19th Century Sweden
Lynette Jackson : Without Mercy: the Race and Gender Politics of Executions in Colonial Zimbabwe
Vandana Joshi : Getting Intimate with the Captive Soldier in Nazi Germany: Unworthy Women and the Penal Decree of November 11 1939
Sharon Kowalsky : Trying the Female Criminal: State, Society, and Social Norms in Revolutionary Russia


C-3 - TEC02 : Patents and Inventors, 1800-1939
Seminario C, Nivel 0
Network: History of Science & Technology Chair: Peter Meyer
Organizer: Alessandro NuvolariDiscussants: -
David Andersson , Fredrik Tell : Breaking the Dichotomy: Independent, Capitalist and Firm Patenting in Sweden, 1819-1914
Maurizio Lupo : Technological Innovation in a Peripheral Area Part Three: Further Considerations about Inventors, Inventions and Patents in the Ital-ian Mezzogiorno during the First Half of XIXth Century
Patricio Saiz : Patents as Corporate Tools: Babcock & Wilcox's Business Strategies in Spain before World War II
Jochen Streb , Sibylle Lehmann-Hasemeyer : The Berlin Stock Exchange in Imperial Germany – a Market for New Technology?
Michelangelo Vasta , Laura Magazzini : The Value of Patents in Italy, 1861-1913


D-3 - MAT03 : Living Standards and Material Culture in Pre-industrial Europe: a Perspective from Building Craftsmen
Aula 1, Nivel 0
Networks: Material and Consumer Culture , Social Inequality Chair: Leigh Shaw-Taylor
Organizer: Wouter RyckboschDiscussant: Leigh Shaw-Taylor
Heidi Deneweth , Anne McCants : Building Wealth? The Material Culture of Building Craftsmen in Early Modern Amsterdam and Antwerp (16th-18th Centuries)
Andreia Durães : Experiencing Prosperity and Adversity (Lisbon, 1750-1833)
Sebastian Keibek : From Inventories to Households: what Removing Inventories' Social Bias Reveals about Eighteenth-century English Consumption
Wouter Ryckbosch : A Material Culture Approach to Living Standards in Flanders & Brabant (Belgium), 14th-18th Centuries
Judy Stephenson : Inequality within the Trades: Variance in Wealth and Living Standards among Masons and Carpenters in London, 1650 – 1800


E-3 - WOM03 : Crossroads of the Gendered Self
Aula 2, Nivel 0
Network: Women and Gender Chair: Mónica Bolufer Peruga
Organizer: Mónica BurgueraDiscussant: Isabel Burdiel
Carolina Blutrach-Jelín : "Gender, Autobiography and Memory in the Travel Diary of the VI Count of Fernán Núñez"
Mónica Burguera : "Questioning the Gendered Mind: Women's Romantic Self, and the Struggle over Female Authorship in Nineteenth-Century Spain"
Anne Logan : Public or Private? A Consideration of Women's War Diaries as Historical Artefacts
Raúl Mínguez : “Women Inspired by God? Personal Writings by Religious Founders in Nineteenth-Century Spain”
Carolin Schmitz : Women’s gout and men’s impotence. Gendered illness experience and active involvement in the search for relief in 17th and early 18th century Spain.


F-3 - CRI03 : Crime and Domestic Space, c. 1860-1960
Aula 3, Nivel 0
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Heather Shore
Organizer: Charlotte WildmanDiscussants: -
Annmarie Hughes : Legal and Social Constructions of Child Sexual Abuse in Early Twentieth Century Scotland
Eloise Moss : 'Safe as Houses': Surveillance, Aesthetics, and Invisibility in the Design of the Burglar-Proof Home, London 1860-1939
Alexa Neale : ‘Ideal Home' or 'House of Horror’? Domestic Murder Scenes in Post-War London
Louise Settle : ‘Reformation begins at Home’: Probation and Prostitution in Scotland, 1907-1939
Charlotte Wildman : The Home as a Site of Criminality in Britain, c.1920-1950


G-3 - ELI04 : Elites in Central and Northern Europe during World War I
Aula 4, Nivel 0
Networks: Elites and Forerunners , Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Pavel Kladiwa
Organizer: Judit PálDiscussant: Pavel Kladiwa
Iván Bertényi : Well-Known Soldiers. Hungarian MPs Fallen during the Great War
Anne Hedén : The Finnish Civil War and the Swedish Volunteers Participation in the Conflict
Judit Pál : The Hungarian Administrative Elite between Administration and War: the Government Commissioners
Stefan Wedrac : The Triestine Political Elite between Austria-Hungary and Italy 1914-1918


H-3 - RUR15 : Famines and Food Supply
Aula 5, Nivel 0
Network: Rural Chair: Ewout Frankema
Organizers: -Discussants: -
Richard W Hoyle : The Famines of 1586-87 and 1595-97 in England and Extreme Weather’
Piotr Miodunka : The Subsistence Crises of the 18th and First Half of the 19th Centuries in Rural Societies in Southern Poland
Kostadis Papaioannou , Michiel de Haas : Weather shocks, social upheaval and cash crops: Evidence from colonial tropical Africa.
Friederike Scholten : Landlords as Rational Investors? Grain Storage of Manorial Estates (Rhineland and Westphalia, 18th and 19th Centuries)


I-3 - CUL04 : History, Memory, Heritage: Using and Retelling the Past in Contemporary Tourism
Aula 6, Nivel 0
Network: Culture Chair: Mary Nash
Organizers: -Discussants: -
Magdalena Banaszkiewicz : Neglected, Unwanted, Exposed. Communist Monuments in Tourist Spaces
Naomi Leite : ‘Dancing with Ghosts’ vs. ‘the Living Past,’ or, What a Difference a Descendant Makes: Tourist Encounters in Jewish Iberia
Sabina Owsianowska : Reinterpreting the Unremembered Past in Tourist Narratives of Heritage
Paula Mota Santos : Empire Revisited? Post-colonial Dialogics and the Role of Nostalgia in a Portuguese Nation-themed Park


J-3 - WOM18 : Women's Movements in Comparative Perspective - Roundtable
Aula 7, Nivel 0
Networks: Economic History , Women and Gender Chair: Maria Bucur
Organizers: -Discussants: -
Judit Acsády , Zsolt Mészáros : Rural Feminism and its Links to National and International Organizations in Hungary 1904-1918. Activities, Values and Connections
Jad Adams : ‘I Will Say “Yes Sir” to my Husband’: Women’s Suffrage in the Newly Independent Nations of the British Empire
Elizabeth Baker : Suffragette Palace: Sophia Duleep Singh, Hampton Court Palace, and Votes for Women
Sue Bruley : Women's Liberation - a View from a rRnge of English Towns
Natalia B. Gafizova , Olga Shnyrova : Russian Women's Socialist Movement (1907-1926): Collective Identity and International Women's Movement


K-3 - MID01 : A Socio-political History of Record Keeping: Town Councils, Reports, and their Use by Historians (14th-15th Centuries)
Aula 8, Nivel 0
Networks: Middle Ages , Urban Chair: Mario Damen
Organizers: Ben Eersels, Jelle Haemers, Jesus Angel SolorzanoDiscussants: -
Ben Eersels : Making Decisions with the Bigger Part of the Town. The Reports of the Town of Sint-Truiden in the 15th Century
Jelle Haemers , Valeria Van Camp : Unity and Unanimity? Fiction and Reality in the Reports of the Town Council of Mons (Hainaut) in the 1400s
Christian Liddy : Secrecy and Consensus: Town Council Reports in Late Medieval England
Fernando Martín Pérez , Jesus Angel Solorzano Telechea : Petitions, Town Councils, and the Language of the Commons in Late Medieval Cantabria


L-3 - EDU03 : Children's Health and Wellbeing in Global Perspective from 1850-1975
Aula 9, Nivel 1
Network: Education and Childhood Chair: Mona Gleason
Organizer: Mary Clare MartinDiscussants: -
Nelleke Bakker : Freudianism and the Conceptualization of Childhood Behavioral Problems in the Netherlands (c. 1945-1975)
Joel Danielsson Löw : Importing Ideas, Avoiding Pitfalls: International Comparison as a Measure in Constructing Child Welfare in Sweden 1901-1932
Helen Franklin : Stopping the Rot: the Establishment of Municipal Dental Provision for Schoolchildren in Edwardian London
Mary Clare Martin : International Perspectives on Children’s Experiences of Play, Recreation and Education in Hospital, 1850-1950: Acculturation, Opportunity or Imposition?


M-3 - HEA03 : Conceptualizing Health Systems in the Twentieth Century: Measurements, Patterns and Political Contexts
Aula 10, Nivel 1
Network: Health and Environment Chair: Anne Hardy
Organizer: Martin GorskyDiscussant: Anne Hardy
Martin Gorsky : The Internationalization of Health System Statistics, 1930s-2000
John Lapidus : Driving Forces behind the Rise of Private Health Insurance in Sweden
Jerònia Pons Pons , Margarita Vilar Rodríguez : The Health System in Spain 1942-1986: Measurement and Patterns under Dictatorship and Democracy
Sally Sheard : Transatlantic Drift: Recognition, Adoption and Manipulation of the New Language of Health Economics 1960s-1980s
Jin Xu : Conceptualizing the Balance of Care in China’s Health System, 1949-2010


N-3 - SEX03 : Sexualities in 1950s East Central Europe
Aula 11, Nivel 1
Network: Sexuality Chair: Dan Healey
Organizer: Katerina LiskovaDiscussant: Dan Healey
Erik Huneke : Was the Socialist Sexual Imaginary Expanding or Contracting in 1950s East Germany?
Katerina Liskova : How to build a Society of Equal Sexes and how to shy away from it. Shifting Expert Discourses and Policy Measures in 1950s Czechoslovakia
Gabor Szegedi : The Womb of Happy Wives and Young Women Poured the Bright Present and the Brighter Future into the Light.” Sexual Knowledge Production and the Politics of Fertility in Stalinist Hungary
Judit Takács : Homosexual Listings before and under State Socialism in Hungary


O-3 - ANT02 : Mapping Networks and Information Flow in Ancient Rome
Aula 12, Nivel 1
Network: Antiquity Chair: Neville Morley
Organizers: Structural Determinants of Economic Performance in the Roman World (SDEP), Cristina Rosillo-LópezDiscussants: -
Wim Broekaert : The Pompeian Connection. A Social Network Approach to Elites and Sub-elites in the Bay of Naples
Cyril Courrier : Networks and Circulation of Information: Rethinking Rumor in Ancient Rome
Christian Rollinger : Networking the Res Publica. Social Network Analysis and Late Republican Rome
Cristina Rosillo-López : Informal Political Communication and Network Theory in the Late Roman Republic


P-3 - POL10 : Emotions and/in Politics
Aula 13, Nivel 1
Network: Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Penny Roberts
Organizers: -Discussant: Katie Barclay
Laura Cristina Cruz Chamizo : The Spanish Communist Party during the Transition to Democracy: an Emotional Community?
Anna Rajavuori : Emotions in Socialist Agitation in the Early 20th-Century Finland
Miriam Rönnqvist : The Nature of the Beast. Fear and Metaphorical Depiction of Revolts in National and Transnational Revolt Communication in Early Modern Sweden
Christianne Smit : The Place of Humanitarian Narratives within Political History


Q-3 - FAM03a : Siblings and Life Transitions I
Aula 14, Nivel 1
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Jan Kok
Organizer: Tim RiswickDiscussant: Isabelle Devos
Robyn Donrovich : Sibling Death in Early Life: the Long-term Fate of Survivors of High-risk Households
XingChen ChiaChi Lin , Tim Riswick : The Influence of Family Composition on Infant Mortality in Single Parent Families in Taiwan (1900-1945) and the Netherlands (1870-1920)
Heejin Park , Sangwoo Han & Byunggiu Son : Sibling Effects and Infant Mortality in Korea, 1910-1977 : Evidence from Family Register and Land Register
Tim Riswick : Between Rivalry and Support: Differences in the Mortality Chances of Brothers and Sisters in the Netherlands (1860-1910)


R-3 - REL01b : Anticlericalism and Criticism of Religion in Scandinavia in a Transnational Perspective II
Aula 15, Nivel 1
Network: Religion Chair: Patrick Pasture
Organizer: Yvonne Maria WernerDiscussants: -
Anders Jarlert : Confession as an Instrument of Anticlericalism in Sweden
Alexander Maurits : Popular Anticlericalism in Sweden during the 19th and 20th Centuries
Bernt Torvild Oftestad : Radical Literature and the Clergy of the State-Church in Norway
Yvonne Maria Werner : In Defence of the Fundamental Values of Society: an Analysis of Blasphemy Processes and Debates in Sweden in a Comparative Perspective


S-3 - LAB03 : Household Budgets and Living Standards during the Nineteenth- and Early-twentieth Centuries
Aula 16, Nivel 1
Networks: Economic History , Labour Chair: Elise Van Nederveen Meerkerk
Organizer: Corinne BoterDiscussant: Jane Humphries
Corinne Boter : Dutch Household Incomes and Expenditures during the Transition to a Male Breadwinner Society 1880-1920
Luisa Muñoz , Cristina Borderías : Engendering Family Budgets in Spain (1850-1936): Wages and Income of Men, Women and Children
Sakari Saaritsa : Children First: Intrahousehold Responses to Health Care Inequality in Pre-welfare State Finland
Giovanni Vecchi : Living Standards, Inequality and Poverty around the World, 1815-2015. A New Household Budget Approach


T-3 - SPA02 : Health, Place and Space
Salon de Grados, Nivel 1
Network: Spatial and Digital History Chair: Sebastian Klüsener
Organizers: -Discussant: Alice Reid
Douglas Brown : Generosity and Parsimony: Spaces of Pauper Experience in Nineteenth-century England and Wales
Konstantinos Daras , Zhiqiang Feng, Chris Dibben & Lee Williamson : Digitising and Geocoding Historical Vital Events in Scotland from 1855 to 1974
Cristina Munno , Renzo Derosas : Mapping Urban Mortality: Venice 1854, 1869
Isabelle Seguy , Nicolas Bernogaud & Arnaud Bringé & Stéfan Tzortzis & Davide de Franco : Measuring Urban Vulnerabilities in the Early XVIIIth Century (Martigues, South of France)
Kai Willführ , Sebastian Klüsener : Spatiotemporal Variation in Paternal and Maternal Mean Age at Childbirth since 1850


U-3 - SOC03 : Hospital Inmates in the Early Modern Society – Winners or Losers?
Aula 17, Nivel 1E
Network: Social Inequality Chair: Christina Vanja
Organizer: Christina VanjaDiscussant: Martin Scheutz
Fritz Dross : The Comings and Goings: Entering and Leaving Nuremberg Leprosaria in 16th and 17th Century
Sarah Pichlkastner : Beer, Cereals, Credit Business, Subjects, Wine – but Inmates? Searching for Inmates in the Archival Sources of the Early Modern Viennese Civic Hospital
Irmtraut Sahmland : Winners or Losers? Negotiating Inmates’ Discharge and Expulsion Out of the Hessian High Hospitals (18th Century)
Alfred Weiss : Inmates as Actors or Chess Pieces in Early Modern Hospital Orders? The Example of Austria


V-3 - LAB16 : Women and Gender Labour Relationships in the Mines, 1500-2000
Seminario E, Nivel 1
Network: Labour Chair: Karin Hofmeester
Organizers: Rossana Barragán, Leda PapastefanakiDiscussant: Karin Hofmeester
Rossana Barragán : Women as “informal workers” in the silver mines of Potosi , 18th century
Patience Mususa : Women Trying to Harness Zambia’s Copper Boom
Leda Papastefanaki : Family and Gender Labour Relationships in the Greek Mines, 19th-20th Centuries


W-3 - LAB07a : Perfect Cosmopolitans? Foundations
Aula Ramon y Cajal, Nivel 1
Network: Labour Chair: Bert Altena
Organizers: Bert Altena, Lucien van der WaltDiscussant: Bert Altena
José Antonio del Barrio , Hiroyuki Usui : Anationalism, a Current or a Future Concern: a Dilemma for Esperanto-speaking Anarchists
Florian Eitel : The First International and the Jura Federation as the Cradle of Cosmopolitan Anarchism?
Federico Ferretti : Anarchism, Geography and Cosmopolitanism in the Age of Empire
Pascale Siegrist : Cosmopolitan Geographies? Reclus and Kropotkin on Place and Belonging


X-3 - ORA03 : Personal Documents from Below: Authorship, Form, Interpretation
Seminario F, Nivel 1E
Network: Oral History Chair: Anne Heimo
Organizer: Anna KuisminDiscussants: -
Boda Adrian : Roma Army Experience in Communist Era
Timothy Ashplant : Making Subaltern Voices Heard: from Archive to Audience
Anna Kuismin : Introspection in Life Stories and Diaries from below: Case studies from Nineteenth-Century Finland
Martyn Lyons : Do Peasants write Egodocuments? The ‘Ordinary Exception’ of Luigi Daldosso in the First World War
Ulla Savolainen : Letters from the Gulag: Religious Discourse and the Expression of Personal Experiences


Y-3 - LAB28 : Labour History Sources - Collecting and Research Past and Present
Seminario Ha Sciencia, Nivel 2
Network: Labour Chair: Huub Sanders
Organizer: Huub SandersDiscussants: Stefano Bellucci, Pepijn Brandon, Christine Moll Murata, Irina Novichenko, Huub Sanders, Sjaak Van der Velden



Wednesday 30 March 2016 16.30 - 18.30
A-4 - ECO14 : WEast: Political and Monetary Crises and their Impact on Historical Economic Development of Eastern Europe
Seminario A, Nivel 0
Network: Economic History Chair: Tamas Vonyo
Organizer: Mikolaj MalinowskiDiscussants: -
Piotr Korys , Maciej Tyminski & Cecylia Leszczy?ska : Economic Development in Partitioned Country. Mapping GDP of Polish Lands in Late 19th Century (1870-1910)
Mikolaj Malinowski : Freedom and Decline: Polish State Formation and Rye Market Disintegration, 1500-1772
Matthias Morys : The Gold Standard in South-East Europe between European Aspirations and Economic Reality, 1870-1939
Stefan Nikolic : 1931 Spells Financial Crisis: Was the Central European Financial; Crisis Contagious for South East Europe?


B-4 - CRI18 : Crime, Law, Race and Responsibility in British Imperial Spaces
Seminario B, Nivel 0
Networks: Africa , Criminal Justice Chair: Diana Paton
Organizer: Diana PatonDiscussant: Diana Paton
Catherine Evans : Cannibals and Culpability: Assessing Criminal Responsibility in Colonial Canadian Murder Trials
Stacey Hynd : 'Madness' v. 'Badness': Criminal Insanity and Cultural Defence Narratives in British Colonial African Murder Trials, c. 1920-50s
Jonathan Saha : Murder in London Zoo: Race, Masculinity and Empire in the Inter-war Years
Pieter Spierenburg : Did Violence Contribute to the Making of Race? A Hypothesis
Erica Wald : ‘Unremitting Drunkenness’: Race, Class and Alcohol Regulations in Nineteenth Century India


C-4 - ELI18 : Elites in Local Economies
Seminario C, Nivel 0
Network: Elites and Forerunners Chair: Louise Berglund
Organizers: -Discussant: Federica Duca
Mari Angeles Ballesta Muñoz , Juan Hernández Franco : Patronage and Kinship in the Village of Almazarrón. The Governors of the Properties of Velez and Villena as an Example of Change in the Society of the 16th Century
Laurence Brockliss , Michael Moss : The Professions in Victorian Britain
Elena Korchmina : The Practice of Personal Finance and the Problem of Debt among the Noble Elite in Eighteenth-Century Russia
Sergey Valentinovich Lyubichankovskiy : The Economic Position of Local Bureaucratic Elite in the Russian Empire’s Late Imperial Period


D-4 - ETH06a : Exile, Deportation and Penal Transportation in the Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth Centuries: Perspectives from the Colonies I
Aula 1, Nivel 0
Networks: Criminal Justice , Ethnicity and Migration Chair: Christian G. De Vito
Organizer: Christian G. De VitoDiscussants: -
Anabela Francisca do Nascimento Cunha : Stereotypes about Exiles in Angola, 1892-1932
Lorraine Paterson : Ethnoscapes of Exile: Political Deportees from Indochina in a Colonial Asian World
Katherine Roscoe : "Convict Mechanics", "Double-Dyed Malefactors" and "Aboriginal Offenders". Island Networks of Penal Expulsion in Colonial Australia
Minako Sakata : Unwilling Mobility: Labour Mobilization and Forced Relocation in the Japanese Empire, 1875-1945
Matthias van Rossum : Railways, Prisons and Warfare. Penal Systems and the Mobilization of Labour in Colonial Context: the Netherlands East-Indies, 1850-1942


E-4 - WOM04 : Gender, Deindustrialisation and Precarious Labour (20th-21st Centuries)
Aula 2, Nivel 0
Network: Women and Gender Chair: Arthur McIvor
Organizers: Eloisa Betti, Chiara BonfiglioliDiscussants: -
Eloisa Betti : Gender, Deindustrialization and Precarious Work in Italy since 1945
Chiara Bonfiglioli : Gender and Deindustrialisation in Post-socialist Europe: the Case of Croatia
Jackie Clarke , Fanny Gallot : Gendering the Displaced Worker in Contemporary France


F-4 - CRI04 : Crime and Gender, 1600-1900: a European Perspective
Aula 3, Nivel 0
Networks: Criminal Justice , Women and Gender Chair: Manon van der Heijden
Organizer: Marion PluskotaDiscussant: Pamela Cox
Jeannette Kamp : Female Crime and Household Control in Early Modern Frankfurt
Sanne Muurling : Violence and Gender in the Mid-18th Century: a Comparison between Bologna and Rotterdam
Marion Pluskota : National Legal Systems, Regional Fears and Local Criminals: Explaining Gender Differences in Criminality in 19th Century Europe
Ariadne Schmidt , Jaco Zuijderduijn : Comparative Perspectives on Crime: London and Amsterdam in the Early Modern Period
Clare Wilkinson : Dutch Newspaper Reporting of Sex Crimes, 1918-1939
Jaco Zuijderduijn , Ariadne Schmidt : Comparative Perspectives on Crime and Gender: London and Amsterdam in the Early Modern Period


G-4 - ELI05 : Elites in Central Europe during World War 1 and its Aftermath
Aula 4, Nivel 0
Networks: Elites and Forerunners , Material and Consumer Culture Chair: Pavel Kladiwa
Organizer: Judit PálDiscussant: Pavel Kladiwa
Thomas Bryant : “No more War!” – Ideal und Illusion of a Pacifist Slogan in the Weimar Republic (1918-1933)
Roman Holec : Slovak Economic Elites in Austria-Hungary, Russia and USA and their Different Strategies in WWI and Short after 1918
Andrea Pokludova : Did the Great War Change the Living Conditions, Career, Social Status and Development of the high-ranking Civil Servants? The Example of the North Moravia and Silesia Cities
Vlad Popovici : Civil Servants from North-Eastern Transylvania during World War I and its Aftermath


H-4 - RUR14 : Connecting Spaces: Transport, Technical Change, and Social Impacts, 1850-1920
Aula 5, Nivel 0
Networks: History of Science & Technology , Rural Chair: Eduardo Beira
Organizer: Ellan SperoDiscussant: Ellan Spero
Marta Felis Rota : A GIS Analysis of the Evolution of the Railway Network and Population Densities in England and Wales, 1851-2000
Nancy Koppelman : Hierarchies of Energy on the Streets of New York: Movement by Machine as Social Capital, 1868-1903
Peter Meyer , Intan Hamdan-Livramento & Julio Raffo : Aeronautical Patents and Aviation History from 1880-1916
Bruno Navarro , Hugo Silveira Pereira : Building Railways in the Portugese Colonies of Africa and India: the Mormugao and Ambaca Railways
Robert Schwartz : Railways, Environmental Change, and Public Health in Great Britain, 1850 to 1914


I-4 - CUL05 : Knowledge Production in Early Modern Europe
Aula 6, Nivel 0
Networks: Culture , History of Science & Technology Chair: Michael John
Organizer: Sandra PfistermüllerDiscussants: -
Ana Duarte Rodrigues : The Legacy of Hispano-Moorish Water Technology in Portugal during the Early Modern Period
Harald Kleinberger : Transformation of Depicted Knowledge. Technical Literature and Drawings of Machines in Practice in the 18th Century
Peter Paul Marckhgott : Early Modern Mining Technology: a Transatlantic Space of Knowledge
Sandra Pfistermüller : Producing Geographical Knowledge in Time of Metamorphosis: an Analysis of Zedler's Universal-Lexicon using the Methodology and Questions of the History of Knowledge


J-4 - ECO07 : From Natural Resources to Human Capital: the Historical Development of Institutions for Knowledge and Skill Transfers in Sub-Saharan Africa
Aula 7, Nivel 0
Networks: Africa , Economic History Chair: Stefano Bellucci
Organizers: Ewout Frankema, Dacil Juif, Marlous van WaijenburgDiscussant: Gareth Austin
Joerg Baten , Gabriele Cappelli : Colonial Influence or African Agency? Numeracy Across West African Regions, c. 1770 – 1900
Ewout Frankema , Marlous van Waijenburg : Here has all the Education Gone. The ‘Free-fall’ of Skill Premiums in Africa and Southern Asia in the Long 20th Century
Dacil Juif : Resource Curse or Blessing? The Impact of Mining Activities on Human Capital Formation in Zambia and Congo
Felix P. Meier zu Selhausen , Shane Doyle & Jacob Weisdorf : The Returns to Religious Conversion: Lessons from Ugandan Hospital Registry, 1908-1970


K-4 - MID04 : Policies of Disciplined Dissent in the 12th to Early 16th Centuries
Aula 8, Nivel 0
Network: Middle Ages Chair: Jelle Haemers
Organizer: Fabrizio TitoneDiscussant: Jelle Haemers
María Asenjo-González : Political Dissent through Complaints and Petitions to the Royal Power in the Towns and Cities of Castile-León (13th-15th Centuries)
Peter Coss : Forms of Disciplined Dissent in 13th and 14th Century England
Jeffrey Fynn-Paul : Disciplined Dissent: Party Politics and Political Language in Manresa on the Eve of the Catalan Civil War
Fabrizio Titone : How Marriages were Reformed by Plaintiffs in the Court of the Bishop in the Diocese of Catania (End of XIV Century-mid of XVI Century)


L-4 - EDU04 : Schooling and Childhood - Contested Territories. New Perspective
Aula 9, Nivel 1
Network: Education and Childhood Chair: Antonella Cagnolati
Organizer: Mona GleasonDiscussants: -
Ramona Caramelea : An Instrument of Education: School Buildings in the Second Half of the 19th Century Romania
Ning de Coninck-Smith : The School at The Elbow – a Micro History of School Design and Children’s Geographies
Mona Gleason : Families Without Schools: Rurality, Remoteness, and the Promise of Schooling in Western Canada, 1930 to 1960
Tamara Myers : ‘Les policier-éducateurs,’ or Cops by any Other Name, in Schools: the History of a Quiet Invasion


M-4 - HEA04 : Environment, Health and the Soldier's Lot
Aula 10, Nivel 1
Network: Health and Environment Chair: Mary Dobson
Organizer: Margaret HumphreysDiscussant: Maureen Malowany
Anne Hardy : 'A Good Friend to the Private Soldier': Meningitis Research in Britain, 1915-19
Annika Hartmann : Doctors with Guns? - Civil War, Health and Medical Practice in Guatemala, 1960-1996
Margaret Humphreys : Environment as Weapon in the American Civil War
Sebastian Pranghofer : Rural and Urban Health Environments during Wartime in Eighteenth-century Germany


N-4 - SEX04 : LGBTQ Heritage and History across Twentieth Century Europe
Aula 11, Nivel 1
Network: Sexuality Chair: Matt Cook
Organizer: Alison OramDiscussant: Matt Cook
Claire Hayward : LGBTQ Monuments and Memorials as Les Lieux de Mémoire
Johann Karl Kirchknopf : Female and male homosexuality in the files of criminal court procedures from 20th century Austria – Challenges and opportunities of a LGBTQ history project
Alison Oram : Ticking the Boxes or Walking the Talk?: the Impact of Equality Policies on the Management and Curatorship of LGBTQ Heritage in England and Wales
Frédéric Stroh , Regis Schlagdenhauffen : Compensation and Recognition of “Homosexuals” as Victims of Nazism in France (1945 until Today)


O-4 - POL24 : Establishing the Nazi Dictatorship: New Approaches to the Formative Period of the Third Reich
Aula 12, Nivel 1
Network: Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Constantin Iordachi
Organizer: Richard WetzellDiscussant: Constantin Iordachi
Robert Beachy : Instrumental Homophobia? The Nazi Crackdown on “Sexual Perversion”
Norman Domeier : The Rise of National Socialism and the International Press
Richard Wetzell : Science, Ideology, and Nazi Racial Policy: Conflicts over Racial Theory during the Formative Period of the Third Reich, 1933-1935
Will Wilson : “Measured by the Size of the Keg of Free Beer”: Working-Class Dissent and the Politics of Public Celebration in Nazi Germany


P-4 - CUL09 : Travel as a Commodity in Twenthieth-century Cultural Industries
Aula 13, Nivel 1
Network: Culture Chair: Ingo Zechner
Organizer: Nico de KlerkDiscussant: Nico de Klerk
Paulo Cunha : Cinegraphic Missions and Image Hunters
Kristin Kopp : The Geopolitics of Travel: the Colonial Representations of Colin Ross
Sofia Sampaio : Miguel Spiguel: Filmmaker, Propaganda-maker and Tourist
Joachim Schaetz : Branding Colin Ross


Q-4 - FAM03b : Siblings and Life Transitions II
Aula 14, Nivel 1
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Jan Kok
Organizer: Tim RiswickDiscussant: Ineke Maas
Lisa Dillon , Alain Gagnon & Marianne Caron : Shared Fertility Histories: Biosocial Influences of Siblings on Intergenesic Birth Intervals, 18th-century Québec
Stephanie Klages , Christine Fertig : The Impact of Sibling Composition on Family Strategies in 19th Century Westphalia
Diogo Paiva , Paulo Teodoro de Matos : To Stay or to Migrate: Siblings and Life Transitions in 19th Century Ribeira Seca, Azores
Joana-Maria Pujadas-Mora : Siblings and Intergenerational Transmission of Social Status and Occupations in the Preindustrial Area of Barcelona, 16th – 17th Centuries
Alice Velková : Selection of Heir to Rural Property and its Influence on Marige Conditions of his Siblings, Štáhlavy 1650-1850


R-4 - REL10 : Antisemitism in Muslim Communities and Islamophobia in the Context of Conflicts in the Middle East (2000-2014): France, Great Britain and Austria
Aula 15, Nivel 1
Networks: Ethnicity and Migration , Religion Chair: Sabine Veits-Falk
Organizer: Helga EmbacherDiscussant: Albert Lichtblau
Bernadette Edtmaier : Pro-Palestinian Demonstrations in 2010 and 2014 in Austria. “Grey Zones” between Antisemitism and Anti-Zionism
Helga Embacher : Debates about “Muslim Antisemitism” in Great Britain from the Second Intifada to the Gaza-War in 2014
Alexandra Preitschopf : « Nous sommes tous des Palestiniens » / « We are all Palestinians ». Solidarity with Palestine, Anti-Zionism and Anti-Semitism among Muslims in Contemporary France
Bernhard Trautwein : “Austrian Turkish” Organizations and “Turkish Antisemitism” in the Context of the Gaza wars (2010-2014)


S-4 - LAB04 : Roundtable: From the Local to the Global: Relocating Women’s Labor History (Special labour session 2)
Aula 16, Nivel 1
Networks: Labour , Women and Gender Chair: Cristina Borderías
Organizer: Eileen BorisDiscussants: -
Eileen Boris : (On Home Labors)
Mónica Burguera : (Rethinking Women’s Work. A perspective from Spain.)
Silke Neunsinger : (Women, Unions, and Labor Federations)
Elise Van Nederveen Meerkerk : (De-industrialization or Overlooking the Local?)


T-4 - THE03 : Narrative Explanations and Historical Objectivity
Salon de Grados, Nivel 1
Network: Theory Chair: Berber Bevernage
Organizer: Karsten StueberDiscussants: -
Paul Roth : Reviving the Philosophy of History
Karsten Stueber : The Cognitive Function of Narratives
Eugen Zelenak : Non-representationalist Evaluation of Historical Narratives


U-4 - URB02 : Cities as Centres of Knowledge Creation in Early Modern and Modern Times
Aula 17, Nivel 1E
Network: Urban Chair: Peter Stabel
Organizer: Karel DavidsDiscussants: -
Karel Davids : Cities and 'Open Air' Sciences in the Early Modern Period: Antwerp and Amsterdam as Global Centres of Accumulation of Knowledge, 16th- 18th Centuries
Bert De Munck : Disassembling the City: a Historical and Epistemological View on the Agency of Cities
Oliver Hochadel , Agusti Nieto-Galan : Barcelona: an Urban History of Science and Modernity (1888-1929)
Daniel Margócsy : La magie du Pont Neuf: the Circulation of Knowledge and Manners in 17th-century Paris
Simona Valeriani : Knowledge Formation between Centres and Peripheries: Medical Practitioners in Plymouth, Exeter and London in the 17th Century


V-4 - WOR09 : Maritime Areas: Spaces of Changing Expectations
Seminario E, Nivel 1
Network: World History Chair: Rolf Petri
Organizers: Deborah Paci, Rolf PetriDiscussant: Marta Grzechnik
Jussi Kurunmäki : Baltic Sea and Mediterranean Region in Quasi-Parliamentary Assemblies
Deborah Paci : From Isolation to Connectivity: the Views of European Union on Mediterranean and Baltic Islands in the 20th and 21th Century
Vasileios Petrogiannis : Layers of Spatial Identification: European Mobility from the Baltic and Mediterranean Regions to Sweden
José Damião Rodrigues : Widening the Ocean: Eastern Atlantic Islands in the Making of Early-Modern Atlantic


W-4 - LAB07b : Perfect Cosmopolitans. South-European Experiences and Approaches
Aula Ramon y Cajal, Nivel 1
Networks: Labour , World History Chair: Bert Altena
Organizers: Bert Altena, Lucien van der WaltDiscussant: Steven Hirsch
Martin Baxmeyer : Una conquista libertaria? The Reinterpretation of the Spanish Colonization of Latin America in Anarchist Literature during the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939)
Daniel Evans : ‘España para los españoles’. 'National Anarchism’ and its Discontents during the Spanish Civil War
Davide Turcato : Anti-colonial Struggles in the Italian Anarchist Pres: Egypt, Cuba, India


X-4 - ORA04a : Remembering Repression I
Seminario F, Nivel 1E
Network: Oral History Chair: Terry Brotherstone
Organizers: -Discussants: -
Rory Archer : “It was better when it was worse.” Working Class Temporalities of 1980s Yugoslavia
Sevil Cakir Kilincoglu : Diverse Memories and Making Sense of the Past: Remembering the 1970s with Iranian and Turkish Radical Leftist Activist Women
Rutt Hinrikus : From Written to Oral
Pavel Mücke : Passing through the Iron Curtain and Beyond. Metamorphosis of Czech Abroad Travelling and Tourism Experience Before and After 1989 in Oral History Perspective
Irina Rebrova : Traumatic Childhood: Narratives about Evacuation of Jews and their Surviving in the Holocaust in the North Caucasian region of the Former USSR


Y-4 - POL28 : Conceptual History/ies of Politics
Seminario Ha Sciencia, Nivel 2
Network: Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Pertti Ahonen
Organizers: -Discussant: Pertti Ahonen
Eleni Braat : Tensions between Secrecy and Democracy. Parliamentary Argumentation on Intelligence in France and the Netherlands, 1975-1995
Charles Lenoir : Conservatives and the Rise of the Modern State: a Struggle against Nationalization and Regulation at the Turn of the Century, France and the United States, Early 20th Century
Sérgio Matos : Iberisms and Pan-Hispanism: a Historical Reflection from the Viewpoint of Conceptual History