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


Showing: Wednesday 4 April 2018 16.30 - 18.30 (single time slot)
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Fri 6 April
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Sat 7 April
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All days
Wednesday 4 April 2018 16.30 - 18.30
A-4 - ASI01 : Borders, Migration, Identity
LAN/OG/049 Lanyon Building
Networks: Asia , Ethnicity and Migration Chair: Ratna Saptari
Organizers: -Discussant: Ratna Saptari
Subhasree Ghosh : Border-Making, Making of Identity: a Case-Study of the Indo-Bangladesh Border, 1947-1971
Shyamal Chandra Sarkar : Origin and Development of International Boundary Problems between Berubari and Bangladesh (1947-1974)

B-4 - CRI19 : Criminal Offenders in the Twentieth-century Justice System
OSCR Lanyon Building
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Heather Shore
Organizer: Alana PiperDiscussant: Heather Shore
Lisa Durnian , Mark Finnane : True Confessions: their Fall and Rise
Lisa Featherstone : Medicalising Sexual Offenders: Psychiatry in the Courtroom in Late Twentieth Century Australia
Arlie Loughnan : Women’s Responsibility for Crime in Twentieth-century Australia
Alana Piper : Co-offenders before the Courts: the Joinder Effect

C-4 - HEA05 : Non-governmental Organisations, Scientific Associations, International Health Agencies and Governments, and International Health Cooperation during the 20th Century
Senate Room Lanyon Building
Network: Health and Environment Chair: Dolores Martin-Moruno
Organizers: María-José Báguena, María-Isabel PorrasDiscussant: Dolores Martin-Moruno
María-José Báguena , María-Isabel Porras : The Impact of the World Health Organisation (WHO) Country Programme E-25 on the Development of Virology in Spain
Rosa Ballester , Esteban Rodriguez Ocaña : Prematurity: Joint Activities WHO-UNICEF in the Field of Child Health Services (1949-1962). A Case Study
Maria Eugenia Galiana , Lucia Pozzi & Josep Bernabeu-Mestre : International Health Cooperation in the Fight against Poverty-related Diseases during the Inter-war Period
Kaisa Harju : Global or Local Strategy? Treatment and Decision Making in Somalia-Finland Tuberculosis Control Project, 1981– 83.
Ben Walker : The Spiritual and Secular in International Health: Medical Missionaries and Development in Ghana, 1919-1983

D-4 - ANT02 : The Political Economy of Ancient Greece
MAP/OG/005 Maths and Physics
Networks: Antiquity , Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Roland Oetjen
Organizer: Roland OetjenDiscussant: Roland Oetjen
Philipp Bösherz , Lauritz Noack : The Connection of Market Activity and Happiness in Plato's Laws: the Prelude on Retailers as an Example of Plato’s Thoughts on the Importance of Functioning Markets within a Polis
Brooks Kaiser : Resource Economics and Institutions in Ancient Athens
Carl Hampus Lyttkens : A Belligerent Democracy
George Tridimas : Why Ancient Greece Failed to Industrialize: Cost of Energy, Culture and City-State Multiplicity

E-4 - CRI04 : Justice Inscribed on the Body: Maiming Corporal Punishments in Antiquity and in the Middle Ages
MAP/OG/006 Maths and Physics
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Marion Pluskota
Organizers: Filippo Carlà-Uhink, Christine Alexandra KleinjungDiscussant: Marion Pluskota
Filippo Carlà-Uhink : Castration as Punishment in Ancient Rome
Christine Alexandra Kleinjung : Mutilated Popes and Blinded Bishops. Bodies, Wounds and Clerical Office
Judith Mengler : „…and if the nose is completely shattered and gulped down by the dogs...“. Some Remarks on the Perception and Relation of Corporal Punishment and Injuries in the Treatises of Late Medieval Surgeons
Christian Rollinger : A Wave of Mutilation. Facial Amputation as Punishment in the Late Roman and Early Byzantine Empire

F-4 - RUR10 : Consumption, Food and Social Change
MAP/OG/017 Maths and Physics
Network: Rural Chair: Rosa Congost
Organizer: Rosa CongostDiscussant: Julie Marfany
Gérard Béaur : Patterns of Food Consumption and Social Changes in the Long Run. The Postmortem Inventories of Meaux and the Brie Countryside (1600-1790)
Laurent Heyberger , Laurent Herment : Male Breadwinners’ Food Intakes and Estimations and Height of Conscripts in Nineteenth-century Rural France
Rosa Lluch-Bramon , Maria Soler-Sala : The Imposition of Bread in the Catalan Countryside in the Middle Ages
Rosa Ros , Rosa Congost & Enric Saguer : Consumption and Social Change. The Humble Social Groups in Rural Catalonia (the Girona Reggion, Eighteenth Century)
Ulrich Schwarz : Variation in Food Consumption Practices in Austria during the Crisis of the 1930s

G-4 - MID02 : The Social History of Devotion and Christianization
MAP/OG/018 Maths and Physics
Network: Middle Ages Chair: Jesus Angel Solorzano-Telechea
Organizers: Jelle Haemers, Jesus Angel Solorzano-TelecheaDiscussants: -
Louise Berglund : Constructing Influence: the Cooperation of Queen Blanche of Namur and Birgitta of Sweden in the 1340s and Beyond
Fabrizio De Falco : Educate the Barbarians. The Unsuccessful Irish Church through the Eyes of the Anglo-Norman Invaders (XIIth Cen.)
Anna-Stina Hägglund : Birgittine Monasteries in the Baltic Sea Region and Benefactor Networks
Edoardo Manarini : A Bishop, his Flock, his Books. How to Build a Network for Salvation in Carolingian Italy: Leodoinus and the See of Modena

H-4 - WOR04 : Extensions of the State and Cultural Encounters in Africa, Asia and Europe from the 17th to the 20th Century
MST/03/004 Main Site Tower
Network: World History Chairs: -
Organizer: Otso KortekangasDiscussant: Lisa Hellman
Mari Eyice : Who’s afraid of the Turk?
Federica Guazzini : Questioning Flight and Displacement during the Italo-Ethiopian War and its Aftermath in a Regional Perspective
Patrik Hettula : Influencing British Colonial Policy – Expatriate Euro-Africans and the Gold Coast Press in the Change of the 20th Century
Otso Kortekangas : Inclusions through Exclusions. Education of the Indigenous Sámi in Early Twentieth Century Norway, Sweden and Finland

I-4 - CUL04 : The Heritage of Cultural Opposition in the Former Socialist Countries
MST/OG/009 Main Site Tower
Network: Culture Chair: Sándor Horváth
Organizers: Balazs Apor, Balazs AporDiscussant: Sándor Horváth
Balazs Apor : Jokes and Opposition in Hungary in the Stalinist 1950s
Lóránt Bódi : Circles of resistance. Artistic and community life in Pál Petrigalla's salon
Anelia Kassabova : The Power of Images. Non-conformist Art in Bulgaria from the 1960s towards the 1980s
Orysia Kulick : Ukraine and its Dissidents: the ‘Sixtiers’ as Reformers, Rebels, and Freedom Fighters

J-4 - SPA09 : Visitor Encounters with Warfare, Genocide and Slavery
MST/OG/010 Main Site Tower
Network: Spatial and Digital History Chair: Vanni D'Alessio
Organizers: Ria Dunkley, Laurie SlegtenhorstDiscussant: Norah Karrouche
Michelle Bentley : Conceptualising Genocide: Virtual Expression of Mass Killing at Rwanda
Angela Bermudez : Ten Narrative Keys to De-Normalize Violence in Historical Accounts
Ria Dunkley , Thomas Smith : 'Walking with Romans’. Digital Interpretations of Dissonant Heritage
Thomas Foley : Slavery, Memory, and Reconciliation through Digital Archives
Laurie Slegtenhorst : Exploring the Transnational Memory of WWII
James Wallis , Shanti Sumartojo : Conflicting Spaces? Encountering Digital Presentations of War in Historical Museum Exhibitions

K-4 - ECO07 : Epidemiological Shocks with not so Inevitable Consequences? Capturing and Explaining the Economic Effects of Pre-industrial Plague Outbreaks
PFC/02/011 Sir Peter Froggatt Centre
Networks: Economic History , Health and Environment Chair: Maarten Prak
Organizers: Daniel Curtis, Bram van BesouwDiscussant: Wouter Ryckbosch
Daniel Curtis : Reconstructing Mortality in the Face of Plagues and Warfare during the Seventeenth Century Low Countries
Joris Roosen : Plague, Death-blow or Window of Opportunity? Market Speculation in Times of Plague in the County of Hainaut, 1349-1500
Tarek Sabraa , Stuart Borsch : Charting the Population Effects of the Black Death throughout the Middle East
Nukhet Varlik : The Black Death and its Long Term Political Consequences in the Ottoman Empire

L-4 - TEC06 : New STS Perspectives on Innovation and Resistance
PFC/02/013 Sir Peter Froggatt Centre
Network: Science & Technology Chair: Peter Meyer
Organizers: -Discussants: -
Viktor Borisov : A Steel Bullet for Russian Army (1760 – 1762): between Magic and Science
Felicitas Söhner : Social Ethical Implications and their Medical-historical Framework of Human Genetics in Germany – in the Memory of Contemporary Witnesses

M-4 - ELI05 : Family Strategies and Career Possibilities in Composite Monarchies, 16th–18th Centuries
PFC/02/017 Sir Peter Froggatt Centre
Network: Elites and Forerunners Chair: Jonathan Spangler
Organizers: Veronika Hyden-Hanscho, Klaas Van GelderDiscussant: Jonathan Spangler
Karin Friedrich : Kinship and Power across Borders: Boguslaw Radziwill (1620-1669) as Governor of Ducal Prussia
Veronika Hyden-Hanscho : Transterritorial Families from Border Regions: the Cases of Carretto and Arenberg between Madrid, Brussels and Vienna in the 17th and 18th Centuries
Klaas Van Gelder : Vienna, Naples, and Brussels: the Composite Habsburg Monarchy and the Career Strategies of the Counts of Harrach (1728-1749)

O-4 - POL04 : Anarchists and Antifascism during the 1930s
PFC/02/026 Sir Peter Froggatt Centre
Network: Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Bert Altena
Organizer: Tom GoyensDiscussant: Bert Altena
Morris Brodie : ‘Crying in the Wilderness?’: Emma Goldman, the CNT-FAI and the Solidaridad Internacional Antifascista in London
Montse Feu : Jesús González Malo: Antifascism and Anarcho-Syndicalism in the United States
Tom Goyens : Against the Current: Robert Bek-gran and the German Antifascists in New York
Victor Lundberg : "The Antifascist Kick". Aspects of Antifascist Violence in Sweden

P-4 - FAM04 : The History of Health in European Port Cities
PFC/02/025 Sir Peter Froggatt Centre
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Hideko Matsuo
Organizer: Angelique JanssensDiscussant: Ingrid van Dijk
Renzo Derosas , Cristina Munno : Nineteenth-century Venice: Mortality and Health Disparities in a Port City
Yannis Gonatidis : Public Health in a New Port City: the Case of Hermoupolis (Syros) in the First Half of the 19th Century (1821-1854)
Angelique Janssens , Evelien Walhout : The Epidemiological Profile of Amsterdam, 1875-1899. An Analysis of Causes of Death and Public Health Interventions
Michail Raftakis : Mortality Patterns in a Greek Port-city, Hermoupolis (1859-1940)

R-4 - FAM14 : Kinship and Child Mortality
PFC/03/006A Sir Peter Froggatt Centre
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Christa Matthys
Organizer: Tim RiswickDiscussant: Kai Willführ
Emiko Higami , Ken'ichi Tomobe : Perinatal Mortality and Infant Mortality in Osaka in the Early 20th Century : Influence of Industrialization on Maternal Health
Heejin Park , Bongoh Key : Intergenerational Transmission of Child Mortality in Korea in the Mid-twentieth Century
Paul Puschmann , Katharina Pink & Kai Willführ & Eckart Voland : Early Life Mortality Experiences and Risky Sexual Behavior in Adulthood. A Case Study on the Effects of Sibling Death Experiences on Out of Wedlock Fertility in 18th and 19th Century Krummhörn, Germany
Tim Riswick : Between Rivalry and Support: Differences in the Mortality Chances of Brothers and Sisters in Taiwan (1906-1946) and the Netherlands (1863-1910)
Alice Velková : The Effect of Grandmothers on their Grandchildren’s Survival (West Bohemia, 1750-1850)

S-4 - SEX03 : The Varying Effects of Pathologization of Same-sex Sexuality in Four Countries of the Former Austro-Hungarian Empire
PFC/03/006B Sir Peter Froggatt Centre
Network: Sexuality Chair: Mark Cornwall
Organizer: Johann Karl KirchknopfDiscussant: Mark Cornwall
Franko Dota : Defining "Unnatural Fornication": Homosexuality in Yugoslav Legal and Medical Debates (1918-1977)
Johann Karl Kirchknopf : ‘Sodomy’ versus ‘Homosexuality’. How the Juridical Practice in 20th Century Austria made Use of Two very Different Interpretative Models
Roman Kuhar : Decriminalization of “Unnatural Fornication” among Men in Post-War Slovenia as a Side Effect of Criminalization of Marital Rape
Judit Takács , Tamás P.Tóth : Liberating Pathologization? The Historical Background of the 1961 Decriminalization of Homosexuality in Hungary

T-4 - ETH07 : The Simultaneity of Belonging: Migrant Letters and the Transnational Social Field
PFC/03/011 Sir Peter Froggatt Centre
Network: Ethnicity and Migration Chair: Linda Reeder
Organizer: Félix KrawatzekDiscussant: Linda Reeder
Marcelo Borges : Here, There, and On the Move: Narratives of Space in Migrant Letters
Sonia Cancian : Re/constructing Language and Memories in a Migrant Love Letter Collection: the Intersubjectivities of Multiple Journeys
Félix Krawatzek : Local Conditions and Ideas of Belonging in Migrant Letters
Emma Moreton : Using Corpus Methods to Explore Notions of ‘here’ and ‘there’ in Digitised Migrant Letter Collections

U-4 - REL04 : Religion and Economic Resources in a Catholic Society (Portugal, 16th-19th centuries)
PFC/03/017 Sir Peter Froggatt Centre
Network: Religion Chair: Sarah Moran
Organizer: Isabel dos Guimarães SáDiscussant: Silvia Evangelisti
Paula Bessa : Donations for Portuguese Parish Churches and Chapels in the Sixteenth Century
Luciana Gandelman : Rituals of Exchange: Conflicts over Economic Relations in Daily Life through Felipe III’s Pardon Letters in Portugal (1598-1621)
Ana Mafalda Lopes : "As Soon as God Takes Me: Widows and Provisions for the Afterlife
Isabel dos Guimarães Sá : Material Provisions for Spiritual Concerns: Profane and Sacred Objects in the Afterlife (Porto, 1500-1700)

V-4 - CUL17 : Animals in the Family
6 CP/01/035 6 College Park, School of Sociology
Networks: Culture , Family and Demography Chair: Kate Smith
Organizer: Jane HamlettDiscussant: Kate Smith
Jane Hamlett : 'It was Quite Extraordinary how the Little Animal had Inserted herself into our Lives': Pets in Families and Households in England and Wales, 1837-1939
Claudia Soares : 'The Many Lessons which the Care of Some Gentle, Loveable Animal would give': Animals and Pet keeping in the Waifs and Strays Society, 1881-1914
Julie-Marie Strange : How much is that Doggy in the Window? Pets, the Market, Emotion and Morality in the Long Nineteenth Century
Ingrid Tague : Pets and the Evolution of the Eighteenth-Century Family

W-4 - WOM22 : Women's Movement and Activism
6 CP/01/037 6 College Park, School of Sociology
Network: Women and Gender Chair: Lessie Jo Frazier
Organizers: -Discussant: Henk de Smaele
Nancy Forestell : Rethinking Canadian Suffrage Politics in the Context of British Settler Colonialism, 1914-1918
Luciana-Marioara Jinga : Women Nurture, Men Protect, or Not? Gender Roles in the Transnational Humanitarian Commitment for Children in Romania (1980-2007)
Cristina Scheibe Wolff : Reason and Emotion: Women Activism against Dictatorships in Southern Cone do America. 1968-1985

X-4 - WOM09b : Women’s Wages and Time Allocation in Western Europe during Pre-industrial and Industrial Times (16th- Early 20th Centuries) II
6UQ/OG/006 University Square
Network: Women and Gender Chair: Cristina Borderias
Organizers: -Discussants: Raffaella Sarti, Ariadne Schmidt
Corinne Boter : Female Wages and the Gender Wage Gap: the Impact of Industrialization on Dutch Women’s Position in the Labour Market Mirrored in the British Experience, 1750-1914
Victoria López Barahona : Wool Hand-Spinning Wages in Eighteenth-Century Inland Spain
Manuela Martini : Gendered Division of Work and Wage Conflicts in the Lyon Slk Trades at the End of the 19th Century

Z-4 - SOC06 : Mutual aid and State Provision: Mutual Insurance, Social Policy and Individual Welfare in Europe in the 19th and 20th Century
Music Lecture Theatre School of Music
Network: Social Inequality Chair: Marco H.D. van Leeuwen
Organizer: Jonathan Fink-JensenDiscussant: Marco H.D. van Leeuwen
Lars Fredrik Anderson , Liselotte Eriksson : Adverse/Propitious Selection in Swedish Mutual Health Insurance Societies, 1905-1930
Jonathan Fink-Jensen : Mutual Sickness Insurance Traditions and Social Policy in England and the Netherlands, 1870-1950
Fernando Largo Jiménez : “Cooperate or Perish“. The Public Social Insurances in Spain and the Strategies of the Federation of Friendly Societies of Catalonia

ZA-4 - ORA04 : Understanding AIDS Activism and Public Health Policy in Europe through Oral History
Mc Mordie Hall School of Music
Network: Oral History Chair: Beate Binder
Organizer: Christopher EwingDiscussant: Beate Binder
Agata Dziuban , Todd Sekuler : Tracing the Contours of Europe in Oral History Narratives about HIV/AIDS
Christopher Ewing : The Emotions of Anti-Discrimination Activism in the Deutsche AIDS-Hilfe
Ulrike Klöppel , Eugen Januschke : Struggling to Open up the Narrative Harmonization of the AIDS Crisis in Germany
Emily Nicholls : Mapping AIDS Activism and Policy in the UK through Oral History Interviews
Justyna Struzik : Mapping Tensions: Polish HIV/AIDS Activism through the 1990s