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9th European Social Science History Conference Glasgow, Scotland, UK Wednesday 11 - Saturday 14 April 2012
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Wednesday 11 April
   8.30 - 10.30
   11.00 - 13.00
   14.00 - 16.00
   16.30 -18.30
Thursday 12 April
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Friday 13 April
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Saturday 14 April
   8.30 - 10.30
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   16.30 - 18.30

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  Wednesday 11 April 8.30 - 10.30  

A-1  -  CUL03: Cultures of Modernity 1: Living Modernity
Boyd Orr: Lecture Theatre A

    Network: Culture
Organiser: Joris van Eijnatten
Organiser: Ed Jonker
Chair: Joris van Eijnatten
Discussant: Ed Jonker
Maren Tribukait Ambivalent Modernity: Crime Photography in German and American Tabloids (1920s/1930s)
Tiina Männistö-Funk Self-made Modernity through Vernacular Innovations
Philip Hoffmann-Rehnitz Informality and Modernisation in Cultural Historical Perspective

B-1  -  ELI08: The Persistence of the Elite Status - Aristocratic Methods against Declining Privileges
Boyd Orr: Lecture Theatre B

    Network: Elites
Organiser: Rafaella Pilo
Chair: Marja Vuorinen
Discussant: Marja Vuorinen
Rafaella Pilo Persistence and Surviving Strategy of the Spanish-Portuguese Clan of the Enríquez de Ribera-Moura (XVI-XVIII)
Kim Bergqvist Constructing Medieval Aristocratic Ideology
Blythe Alice Raviola From a Small State to a Kingdom: The Élites of Monferrato in the Savoy System of Honours. Titles, Fiefs and Historical Interpretations
Rodrigo Ricupero The Formation of the Colonial Elite - Honors and Graces: Patrimony and Power in the Brazilian's First Century

C-1  -  CUL18: Sacred Borders, Times and Spaces. Popular Religion and Magic in Early Modern Northern Europe
Boyd Orr: Lecture Theatre C

    Network: Culture
Network: Religion
Organiser: Miia Kuha (Kuronen)
Organiser: Emmi Lahti
Chair: Rune Blix Hagen
Miia Kuha (Kuronen) The Role of the Lutheran Church in the Religious Life of the Peasantry in 17th Century Eastern Finland
Emmi Lahti Using Sacred Spaces as a Part of Magic Rituals - Popular Beliefs Towards Cemeteries and Churchyards in 18th Century Finland
Göran Malmstedt In Defence of Holy Days; The Peasantry's Opposition to the Reduction of Holy Days in Sweden between 1500-1800
Esther-Beate Körber Media and the Organization of Time in Early Modernity
Jari Eilola The Significance of Borders and Control of Space in Early Modern Witchcraft and Magic

D-1  -  CRI02: Crime Stories: Justice, Criminality, Policing and the Inter-War Press
Boyd Orr: Lecture Theatre D

    Network: Criminal Justice
Network: Culture
Organiser: John C. Wood
Chair: Chris A. Williams
Discussant: Clive Emsley
John C. Wood The Constables and the “Garage Girl”: The Inter-war Press, the Metropolitan Police and the Case of Helene Adele
Andrew Davies Reluctant Gangsters? Street Gangs and the Press in Interwar Glasgow
Matt Houlbrook Commodifying the Self Within: Crook Life Stories in Interwar Britain
Paul Knepper Spotlight and Shadow: The League of Nations and Human Trafficking in the 1920s
Heather Shore "Up-To-Date Criminals": The Press and the Professionalisation of Crime in Interwar Britain

E-1  -  FAM13: European Censuses and NAPP Harmonization
Boyd Orr: Lecture Theatre E

    Network: Spatial and Digital History
Network: Family and Demography
Organiser: Per Axelsson
Chair: Per Axelsson
Discussant: Gunnar Thorvaldsen
Francesco Scalone, Martin Dribe & David Hacker Socioeconomic Status and Net Fertility during the Fertility Decline in Canada, Iceland, Sweden, Norway and USA: A Comparative Analysis Based on 1900 Censuses Data
Maria Wisselgren, Sören Edvinsson & Maria Larsson Testing Methods of Record Linkage on Swedish Censuses
Marianne Erikstad Variability in Coding Occupation in Norwegian Censuses
Zengyi Huang, Peter Razzell, Chris Dibben & Paul Boyle Linking Scottish Civil Registration Records into Individual and Family Histories: A Pilot Study

F-1  -  REL01: Civil Religion in Postwar America: A Source of Conflict or Appeasement
Main Building: Randolph Hall

    Network: Religion
Chair: Patrick Pasture
Discussant: Patrick Pasture
Richard Salter A Virtue of Ambivalence: American Civil Religion and the Peace Corps
Jana Weiss Civil Religion as a Rhetorical Instrument of Conflict or Appeasement? The Memorial Day Celebrations in the United States
Heike Bungert Civil Religion as a Source of Appeasement in U.S. National Anniversaries, 1957-1970
Anja-Maria Bassimir When God and Country Collide: Civil Religion as a Source of Conflict for US-American Evangelicals

G-1  -  LAB07: International Solidarity: Radical and Leftwing Networks during the Interwar Period
Main Building: East Quad Lecture Theatre

    Network: Labour
Network: Politics, Citizenship and Nations
Organiser: Holger Weiss
Chair: Aldo Agosti
Discussant: Bernhard H. Bayerlein
Holger Weiss Global Ambitions, Structural Constraints and Marginality as a Choice: the International Trade Union Committee of Negro Workers
Gleb J. Albert The USSR Section of the International Red Aid (MOPR): International Solidarity and Soviet Society in the 1920s and 1930s.
Kasper Braskén Activating International Solidarity: The Internationale Arbeiterhilfe, Willi Münzenberg and the Comintern in Germany, 1921–1933
Fredrik Petersson Decolonization & Postcolonial Historiography: League against Imperialism, Anti-imperialist Movements, Networks, & Place, 1927-33

H-1  -  LAB27: Industrial Relations in Theory and in Practice
Main Building: Forehall

    Network: Labour
Chair: Aad Blok
Discussant: Heiner Dribbusch
Ralph Darlington, John Dobson Objectivity and Partisanship in Industrial Relations Research
Johanna Wolf Modern Times and Old Concepts. West German Trade Unions in the 1970s
Erik-Jan Zurcher Towards a Taxonomy of Military Labour
Stefan Mueller German Trade Unions and the New Eastern Policy, 1969-89

I-1  -  WOR02: East Central Europe and Global History
Main Building: Humanities

    Network: World History
Chair: Matthias Middell
Discussant: Susan Zimmermann
Raluca Maria Popa International Activism of State Socialist Women’s Organizations in the 1970s: Shaping the UN Women’s Agenda
Beata Hock Inscribing Socialist Eastern Europe into a Socialist World through Art
Katja Naumann Poland, Hungary and Czechoslovakia in the International Labour Organization
Isabella Löhr Transnational Civil Society Networks and Academic Refugees from East Central Europe in the Cold War
Attila Melegh Trojan Horses: ‘Reform’-discourses Relinking Local and Global Hierarchies in State Socialist Hungary in the 1970s and 1980s

J-1  -  MAT08: Material Culture and Social Identities
Main Building: G466

    Network: Material and Consumer Culture
Chair: Harm Nijboer
Cecilia Bjorken-Nyberg "My Home is My Factory": Lady Pianists and Working-Class Discipline
Angela Jager Cheap, Gaudy and Spectacular. The Mass Market for History Painting in the Dutch Golden Age
Elizabeth Kim The Market Bubble and Julian Schnabel: A Case Study of the Structure of the 1980s Art Boom and Bust

L-1  -  SOC13: Repression in the Northeast Iberian Peninsula (16th-19th Centuries)
Main Building: Room 355

    Network: Social Inequality
Chair: Paulo Guimarães
Discussant: Paulo Guimarães
Laureano Rubio-Pérez Crime and Council Justice in Rural Northeast Spain (17th and 18th Centuries)
Alfredo Martín-García Delinquency and Forced Labour in Northeast Spain in the 18th Century
María José Pérez Alvarez Prison Living Conditions in Northeast Spain under the Ancien Régime
Oscar Fernández- Alvarez Charity and Social Control through Welfare Agencies in the Province of León, Spain (19th and 20th Centuries)

M-1  -  WOM05: Gender, Political Thought and the Shaping of Early Modern Politics
Main Building: Melville

    Network: Theory and Historiography
Network: Women and Gender
Chair: Silvia Evangelisti
Discussant: Lynn Botelho
Anna K. Becker Machiavelli and the Early Modern Conception of Politics: Rethinking the Relationship of Public and Private in Renaissance Political Thought
Claudia Opitz-Belakhal Jean Bodin, Gender, and the Origins of the Modern State
Sari Nauman Gender, Power and the Oath – The Early Modern State and the Oaths of Allegiance

N-1  -  EDU02: Child Saving - Institutions and Moral Judgements
Main Building: Senate

    Network: Education and Childhood
Chair: Mona Gleason
Discussant: Mona Gleason
Daniela Marza The Child between the State, the Church and the Family – the Case of Transylvania (1850-1918)
Nicoleta Roman Shaping Orphan Lives in Wallachia: Customs, Laws and Institutions (1800–1860)
Shurlee Swain Florence and Rosamond Davenport Hill and the Development of Boarding out in England and Australia: A Study in Cultural Transmission

O-1  -  ORA01: Trauma and Mourning
JWS Room J355 (J10)

    Network: Oral History
Chair: Albert Lichtblau
Devereux Powers From Voices to Visible Text: Complexities in Transcribing the Narratives of Mississippi Chinese World War II Veterans
John Powers, Gwendolyn Gong Making Sense of the Stories of Mississippi Chinese World War II Veterans
Michaela Raggam-Blesch “Der Riss der Zeit geht durch mein Herz”. Nostalgia and the Narrative of a “Lost Paradise” in Jewish Oral-history Documents after the Shoah

P-1  -  CUL02: Popular Culture and Media Diversity
JWS Room J361 (J7)

    Network: Culture
Organiser: Jeroen Salman
Chair: Jeroen Salman
Roeland Harms The Influence of the Early Modern Popular Media on the Dutch Literary Stories of 'Jan Klaasz' and 'Jan de Wasser'
Talitha Verheij Processes of Popularization in Dutch Popular Print Media
Patricia Fumerton Vexed Impressions: Toward a Digital Archive of Broadside Ballad Illustration
Angela McShane Ballads on Affairs of State in 17th Century England. Some Myths and Legends
Marie Léger-St-Jean Mid-19th Century Cheap Novels: Speeding Towards Global Mass Transmedia Culture

Q-1  -  HEA03: Industrial Accidents and Disasters: Security, Compensation and Care (France/England, 17th-19th Century)
JWS Room J375 (J15)

    Network: Health and Environment
Organiser: Thomas Le Roux
Chair: Thomas Le Roux
Liliane Perez, Marie Thébaud-Sorger Claiming for Fire Damages at the Sun Fire Office: A Map of Artisans' and Entrepreneurs' Activities in Industrializing Britain in the XVIIIth Century
Christelle Rabier Compensation by Quest? The Role of Parishes in Accident Compensation, 17c-18c
Claire Barillé Thinking of the Care for People Injuried by Industrial Accidents

R-1  -  POL16: Imperial and Post-imperial Visions
Maths Building: 203

    Network: Politics, Citizenship and Nations
Network: World History
Chair: Jennifer L. Foray
Discussant: Jennifer L. Foray
Stefan Vogt Zionism and “Weltpolitik” in Wilhelmine Germany
Laura Cerasi The Necessary Empire. Italian Colonialism between Anglophilia and Anglophobia, from the Adwa Defeat (1896) to the Conquest of Addis Ababa (1936)
Zuzana Polackova, Pieter van Duin The Bewilderment of a Scottish Historian: R.W. Seton-Watson and the Hungarian Minority in Slovakia, 1918-1923

S-1  -  RUR01: Common Rules. The Functioning and Regulation of Institutions for Collective Action at the European Countryside
Maths Building: 204

    Network: Rural
Organiser: Tine De Moor
Chair: Angus Winchester
Discussant: Guido Alfani
Francisco Beltrán Tapia Collective Resources, Human and Social Capital: The Emergence of Agricultural Cooperatives in Early 20th Century Spain
Jose Miguel Lana Neighborhood Rules: Natural Resources, Belonging and Regulation in Northern Spain before 1850
René Van Weeren, Tine De Moor The Carrot and the Stick. An Exploration into the Sanctioning of Freeriders on the Dutch Commons in the Early Modern Period.
Claudio Tagliapietra Evolving Rules in the Commons: an Empirical Analysis of the Regulation in the Italian Alps 1200-1800

T-1  -  POL02: Grey Areas of Multiethnic Citizenship: Shifting Borders, Changing Claims
Maths Building: 325

    Network: Politics, Citizenship and Nations
Network: Ethnicity and Migration
Chair: Anne Epstein
Discussant: Anne Epstein
Ida Al Fakir Swedish Gypsies and Welfare Practices in the Post-war Period
Ariel Salzmann Citizens in Search of a State: Imperial Sovereignty, Local Claims, and Ethno-Religious Violence in Ottoman Syria (1820-60) and Anatolia (1880-1915)
Anna Novikov-Almagor The Godfathers of the ‘New Citizen’: Politics, Borders and Nationalization in Interwar Polish Silesia

U-1  -  SOC01: Authority and Resistance in Plebeian Spaces in 19th Century England
Maths Building: 326

    Network: Social Inequality
Organiser: David Green
Chair: Susannah Ottaway
Discussant: Susannah Ottaway
Discussant: David Green
David Green Plebeian Spaces: Streets, Homes and Institutions in 19th-century London
Jane Hamlett A Veritable Palace for the Hard-working Labourer? Space, Material Culture and Inmate Experience in Rowton Houses, Ltd., London, 1892-1914
Samantha Shave Spaces of Female Sexual Violence and Consolation in New Poor Law Workhouses, 1834-1871
Paul A. Fideler "Statistics and Society: Ameliorating a Manchester 'Little Ireland' in the Mid-Nineteenth Century"

V-1  -  ETH01: Marriage, Migration and Control: International Marriages in Discourses and Practices
Maths Building: 416

    Network: Ethnicity and Migration
Organiser: Saara Pellander
Organiser: Johanna Leinonen
Chair: Elli Heikkilä
Discussant: Elli Heikkilä
Saara Pellander, Johanna Leinonen Mechanics of Inclusion and Exclusion: Marriage Migration in Finnish Immigration Discourses
Anne Lavanchy Love Boundaries: Suspicion and the Search for Evidence in the Everyday Practice of Swiss Registrars
Alexandra Stam Migration-generated vulnerability: the example of domestic violence in the Swiss context

X-1  -  ECO01: Revealing the Black Box: Measuring Economic Performance during and in the Aftermath of World War II
Wolfson Medical Building: Seminar room 1

    Network: Economics
Organiser: Tamás Vonyó
Chair: Albrecht Ritschl
Discussant: Albrecht Ritschl
Tamás Vonyó, Pieter J. Woltjer & Nikita E.S. Bos The Economic Consequences of the War: Productivity growth in German, British and American manufacturing during the 1940s
Taylor Jaworski, Joseph Cullen, Price Fishback & Paul Rhode World War II and the Changing Structure of the American Economy
Jonas Scherner, Jochen Streb 'Outsourcing and Supplier Networks in the German Aircraft Industry during World War II
Harry X. Wu, Tangjun Yuan Measuring Economic Performance in the Wartime China, 1937-49

Y-1  -  WOM01: Brothers of the Sisterhood? Men and Masculinities in 19th and 20th Century Feminisms
Wolfson Medical Building: Seminar room 2

    Network: Politics, Citizenship and Nations
Network: Women and Gender
Chair: Elisabeth Elgán
Discussant: Gunnel Karlsson
Cristina Wolff The “New Man”: Discourses on Masculinity and the Feminism in Left-wing Movements of the Southern Cone in the 1970s
Katherine Hubler “Shall men’s strengths therefore be doomed to idleness?” Feminist and Pro-feminist Masculinities in the First Wave of German Feminism
Hélène Quanquin “With feebler voices?” Thomas Wentworth Higginson (1823-1911) and Men’s Contribution to 19th-century American Feminism