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

Programme

Showing: room D (all days)
Wed 4 April
    8.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00
    16.30 - 18.30

Thu 5 April
    8.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00
    16.30 - 18.30
    19.00 - 20.15
    20.30 - 22.00

Fri 6 April
    8.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00
    16.30 - 18.30

Sat 7 April
    8.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00
    16.00 - 17.00

All days
Wednesday 4 April 2018 8.30 - 10.30
D-1 - WOR06 : Close Encounters of the Third World: East European Engagements with the Global South, 1955-1975
MAP/OG/005 Maths and Physics
Network: World History Chair: Luciana-Marioara Jinga
Organizer: Jill MassinoDiscussants: Luciana-Marioara Jinga, Steffi Marung
Madigan Fichter : Imagined Solidarities: Yugoslavia Student Activism and Revolution in the Global South: 1965-1975
Rosamund Johnston : Ambassadors with a Microphone? Czechoslovak Radio’s Foreign Correspondents, 1958-1968
Jill Massino : My Brother’s Keeper: Ordinary Romanians and the Vietnam War



Wednesday 4 April 2018 11.00 - 13.00
D-2 - ANT04 : Ancient Social Structures: Patronage and Labour
MAP/OG/005 Maths and Physics
Network: Antiquity Chair: Arjan Zuiderhoek
Organizers: -Discussant: Arjan Zuiderhoek
Simone Ciambelli : 'The Roman Patronage, the Potlatch Ceremony and the Gift Theory by Marcel Mauss
Uiran Gebara da Silva : Late Roman Colonate, Patronage and Rural Labor Legislation
Charlotte Van Regenmortel : The Labours of War: Soldiers as Wage Labourers in the Late Classical and Early Hellenistic World



Wednesday 4 April 2018 14.00 - 16.00
D-3 - ANT01 : Citizenship and the Diversity of Identities in the Ancient World
MAP/OG/005 Maths and Physics
Network: Antiquity Chair: Edward Harris
Organizer: Jakub FilonikDiscussant: Edward Harris
Roger Brock : Civic Subdivisions and Citizen Identity in Ancient Greece
Mirko Canevaro : Greek Citizenship: a Renewed Institutional Approach
Jakub Filonik : Public-private Blends for Rhetorical Ends: Addressing Athenian Citizens’ Identities in Public Speeches
David Lewis : Prototypical and Institutional Approaches to Slave and Citizen Status in Classical Athens



Wednesday 4 April 2018 16.30 - 18.30
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



Thursday 5 April 2018 8.30 - 10.30
D-5 - RUR15 : Political Institutions and Agricultural Intensification in Pre-modern Europe (500 BC – AD 1,200)
MAP/OG/005 Maths and Physics
Network: Rural Chair: Mario Adamo
Organizer: Mario AdamoDiscussant: Daniel Curtis
Margaret Burr : Peasants to Entrepreneurs? The Intensification of Grain Malting in Roman Hampshire
Tim Sorg : Peopling the Land: Human Capital and Syracusan Land Allotment, 483-380 BCE
Paolo Tomei , Lorenzo Tabarrini : Insecurity of Tenure, Desire for Control. The Long History of Manentes in the Light of Tuscan Medieval Sources (9th-12th Centuries).



Thursday 5 April 2018 11.00 - 13.00
D-6 - MID06 : Certifying Inequalities in Late Medieval Europe. England, Italy and France in Comparative Perspective
MAP/OG/005 Maths and Physics
Networks: Middle Ages , Social Inequality Chair: Massimo Vallerani
Organizer: Marta GravelaDiscussant: Massimo Vallerani
James Davis : Social Stratification in the Streets and Markets of Medieval English Towns
Ian Forrest : Inequality and Trustworthiness in Late Medieval England
Marta Gravela : Unequal Citizenship. The Fiscal Assessment of Inequalities in Late Medieval Italy
Clément Lenoble : Microcredit and Inequalities in the Middle Ages



Thursday 5 April 2018 16.30 - 18.30
D-8 - ANT05 : Trust, Inequality and Cult in the Ancient World
MAP/OG/005 Maths and Physics
Network: Antiquity Chair: Neville Morley
Organizers: -Discussant: Neville Morley
Irene Salvo : Inequality, Education, and Religion in Classical Athens
Dies van der Linde : Dialectical Patterns and the Roman Imperial Cult
Arjan Zuiderhoek : Modelling the Middle? Stratification, Social Mobility and Status Bargaining in the Cities of the Roman East



Friday 6 April 2018 8.30 - 10.30
D-9 - RUR09 : Shock Cities: Medieval Cities Managing Food Crises
MAP/OG/005 Maths and Physics
Networks: Middle Ages , Rural , Urban Chair: Tim Soens
Organizer: Tim SoensDiscussants: -
Nicolas Barla : Political Responses to Food Crises in Narrative Sources. A Methodological and Comparative Analysis of Famine Narratives from the Southern Low Countries (XIth-XVth Century)
Antoine Bonnivert : Facing Food Crises in the Rheno-Mosan Area: the Political Responses of Medieval Bishops
Chantal Camenisch : Aldermen under Compulsion. Subsistence Crises, Coping Strategies and Market Regulation in the Town of Bern (Switzerland) from the 14th to the 16th Century
Stef Espeel : Shock Cities. Food Prices and Access to Food in Flemish Cities during the Age of Shocks (1280-1370)



Friday 6 April 2018 14.00 - 16.00
D-11 - ANT03 : Poverty, Impoverishment, and Perceptions of Social Status in Antiquity
MAP/OG/005 Maths and Physics
Network: Antiquity Chair: Neville Morley
Organizers: Structural Determinants of Economic Performance in the Roman World (SDEP), Hans KoppDiscussant: Neville Morley
Lucy Grig : Understanding 'Poor Landowners': Reading Ideology and Social Change in Late Antique Southern Gaul
Max Koedijk : Aristocratic Impoverishment and Society in the Late Roman Republic
Hans Kopp : Poverty and the Threat of Impoverishment in Archaic Greek Poetry



Friday 6 April 2018 16.30 - 18.30
D-12 - LAT07 : New Research on Latin American Politics
MAP/OG/005 Maths and Physics
Network: Latin America Chair: Jadwiga E. Pieper Mooney
Organizers: -Discussants: -
Raymond Craib : Libertarian Noir: Anarcho-capitalist Archipelagoes of the Americas
Joren Janssens : In Search of the Subaltern Voice a Critical Assessment and Ethnographical Adaption of Subaltern Theory for 20th Century Revolutionary Latin America
Jorge Nallim : History, Memory, and Politics: Contemporary Debates on Human Rights in Argentina
Brett Troyan : Memories of Marxism and the Colombian Indigenous Movement



Saturday 7 April 2018 8.30 - 10.30
D-13 - RUR17 : Rural Families and their Economic Strategies
MAP/OG/005 Maths and Physics
Network: Rural Chair: Dulce Freire
Organizers: -Discussants: -
Stefan Backius , Camilla Berglund & Anders Forsell : From Prosperity to Rust – Studies from the Post-industrial Bergslagen in Sweden
Haim Kim , Kwon Nae-Hyun : Strategies for the Survival of Local Elite Families against Natural Disasters in the Mid-18th Century to Early 20th Century
Olaf März : Spatial Aspects of Economic Diversity in Rural and Urban Societies. A Microstructural Comparison in Mid-18th Century Northern Germany
Manoela Pedroza : Some Possibilities of Non-market Accumulation by Members of the Elite in Nineteenth Century Brazil (The Imperial Estate of Fazenda de Santa Cruz, Rio de Janeiro, 1808-1860)
Lucas Rappo : Social Ties in Corsier-sur-Vevey (Switzerland) at the End of 18th Century: the Role of Neighbourhood and Kinship



Saturday 7 April 2018 11.00 - 13.00
D-14 - HEA06 : Nutrition, Identity and Improving the Indian Body Politic, 1925-1957
MAP/OG/005 Maths and Physics
Network: Health and Environment Chair: Harald Fischer-Tiné
Organizer: Ashok MalhotraDiscussant: Harald Fischer-Tiné
Catriona Ellis : 'If you cannot feed the Body of a Child you cannot feed the Brain’: Eduation and Nutrition in Late Colonial Madras
Julia Hauser : Internationalism or Nationalism? The World Vegetarian Congress of 1957 in India
Ashok Malhotra : Race, Class, Rats in Robert McCarrison's Coonoor Experiments
Joanna Simonow : Securing India’s Equal Share: American Delegations, the Indian Food Crisis and the World’s Hunger in the Aftermath of the Second World War



Saturday 7 April 2018 14.00 - 16.00
D-15 - CRI17 : War and its Impacts: Twentieth Century European and Global Contexts
MAP/OG/005 Maths and Physics
Network: Criminal Justice Chair: Marion Pluskota
Organizers: -Discussant: Marion Pluskota
Desiree Biehl : Politics of Memory after War Rape in Bosnia: are Women not Worth remembering as Victims of War?
Mikhail Nakonechnyi : GULAG Forgotten Victims: Early Release on Medical Grounds 1930-1955
Karol Siemaszko : Criminals and Criminality on the so–called Recovered Territories (Poland) after the End of WW II (1945-1950) in the Light of Judicature of the Selected Polish Regional Courts