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Tuesday 13 April
   8.30
   10.45
   14.15
   16.30
Wednesday 14 April
   8.30
   10.45
   14.15
   16.30
Thursday 15 April
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   10.45
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   16.30
Friday 16 April
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   10.45
   14.15
   16.30

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  Friday 16 April 8.30 

A-13  -  RUR11: Agricultural Modernization in the 19th Century
Auditorium, muziekcentrum

    Network: Rural
Chair: Piet Van Cruyningen
Discussant: Piet Van Cruyningen
Angela Harre Failed democratization and peasant radicalization. Left wing peasant unrest in Eastern Poland, Romania and Russia during the early 1920ies.
Corinne Marache What type of agriculture is promoted by 19th century French agricultural organizations?
Miguel Cabo Looking North: the impact of Denmark as a model for agrarian development in Northern Spain, 1900-1936
Yves Segers Towards a modern knowledge network. Advices and practices in the horticultural sector in Belgium, 1880-1914
Isabel Mariano Ribeiro Agrarian Reform Ideas, attempts and Impasses (1910-1926): Beliefs and action of Tomás Cabreira
 

B-13  -  LAB18: Marxist approaches to Soviet History
Bibliotheek, muziekcentrum

    Network: Labour
Organiser: Wendy Goldman
Chair: Mark David Pittaway
Wendy Goldman Primitive Accumulation and the Formation of the Stalinist System
Donald Filtzer "The Role of 'Class' in Understanding the Nature of Soviet Society."
Marcel van der Linden Marxist Critiques of the Soviet Union, 1917-2010
 

C-13  -  WOR03: International Conferences and the Construction of a World United by Knowledge and Politics
Kraakhuis, muziekcentrum

    Network: World History
Chair: Steffi Marung
Discussant: Nico Randeraad
Joao Rangel De Almeida Between Science and Politics. The 1851 International Sanitary Conference and the Construction an International Sphere of Public Health
Nir Shafir Both Individuals and States: the Hybridity of Diplomatic Power in an Early International Congress
Michael Christopher Low The 1866 International Sanitary Conference through Ottoman Eyes
Ashley Wright The 1931 Bangkok Opium Smoking Conference and British colonial opium policy in Burma.
Fabian De Kloe Beyond Babel: Language and Internationalism in Early 20th Century Science.
Frank Eisermann The Maghrebian-European peace treaties between 17. and 19. century and the importance of the islamic maritime law for the forming and development of the modern international maritime law
 

D-13  -  LAT04: Historical Ethnographies of Latin American States II: State Institutions and Employees
Artiestenfoyer, muziekcentrum

    Network: Politics, Citizenship and Nations
Network: Latin-America
Organiser: Kim Clark
Discussant: Paulo Drinot
Kim Clark Public Health and State Formation in Highland Ecuador, 1908-1950
David Cahill Labyrinths of Power: Colonial Bureaucracy as an Ethnological System
A. Ricardo López ‘We Want Our Professionals to be Loved’: Middle Class Formation and State Ruling in Bogotá (Colombia) during the first years of the Cold War
Brett Troyan The Colombian central state 1958-1965: transforming rural inhabitants into indigenous citizens"
 

E-13  -  CRI11: Night Time in the City: Social Control and the Uses of Darkness
Zaal L 4, muziekcentrum

    Network: Criminal Justice
Organiser: Herbert Reinke
Organiser: Margo De Koster
Chair: Catherine Denys
Discussant: Herbert Reinke
Margo De Koster Night Spaces and Youth in Antwerp: Social Control and the Uses of Darkness, 1880-1940
Christine Hentschel Lights in the dark: on the uses of atmosphere against danger in the city, Durban, South Africa.
Gonçalo Rocha Gonçalves Managing a growing city: police reform and night policing, Lisbon 1890-1910
Sascha Schierz No Booze in the City: Public Space, Juveniles and Night Time Governance in German Cities
Klaus Weinhauer Clubcultures versus Subcultures? Nightlife in Clubs and Discotheques in Berlin during the 1960/70s
 

F-13  -  MAT13: Medieval Royal Treasuries: Consumption and Circulation of Luxury Goods
Vestibule, muziekcentrum

    Network: Material and Consumer Culture
Network: Middle Ages
Organiser: Ana Maria S. A. Rodrigues
Chair: Peter Stabel
Ana Maria S. A. Rodrigues, Adriana Almeida Luxury and fashion in the 14th century. Precious fabrics, pearls and gold in the wardrobe of Leonor of Portugal
Hermenegildo Fernandes Treasure and politics behind an Inventory: Denis of Portugal household accounts as a young king (1278-1283)
Isabel Guimarães Sá Inhabited spaces: chambers, churches and oratories. The example of Portuguese queens and princesses (1450-1550)
Luis Urbano Afonso Beyond gems and gold: interpreting secular culture in the treasures of Portuguese high-aristocracy and royalty (c.1280-c.1340)
 

H-13  -  HIS10: Computational Methods
Hortazaal, Pauli

    Network: Historical Computing and GIS
Chair: Gunnar Thorvaldsen
Discussant: Gunnar Thorvaldsen
Luis Mendes Gomes, Hélia Guerra & Mário Viana Studying portuguese royal inquiries: past, present and future
Gabriele Franzmann, Jürgen Sensch The creation of a search-supporting infrastructure for the Historical Social Research - HISTAT (research and download system) as a feature of infrastructural service
 

K-13  -  ETH28: Gender, Migration and Transnationalism
Room D13, Pauli

    Network: Asia
Network: Ethnicity and Migration
Chair: Irina Schmitt
Discussant: Irina Schmitt
Yvonne Rieker The migration of nurses from the Philippinies and Korea to Germany
Young-Sun Hong Germany's Forgotten Guestworkers: Asian Nurses and the Transnational (Re)Production of the German Nursing Force
Marina de Regt Gendered Memories of Migration: The Narratives of Ethiopian Women Following their Yemeni Husbands to Yemen in the 1970s
Nadia Bouras Gender and Transnationalism: Moroccan migration to the Netherlands
 

L-13  -  POL10: Defining and Re-defining Citizenship
Room D14, Pauli

    Network: Politics, Citizenship and Nations
Chair: Ido de Haan
Discussant: Ido de Haan
Anne Epstein Rendez-vous Manqué? Feminism and Female Citizenship in the French Third Republic
Yasemin Türkkan From Object to Citizen, the Rise of a Nation: Turkey
Elpida Vogli One Nation, One Citizenship: Irredentism and Citizenship during the Unification of Greece (1821-1947)
Linda Braun The Implementation of General Conscription in Prussia, 1814-1859
Larry Frohman The Politics of Personal Information and the Origins of Privacy Protection in West Germany
 

M-13  -  FAM10: Birth Attendance and Birth Outcomes I
Baertsoenzaal, Pauli

    Network: Family and Demography
Network: Health and Environment
Organiser: Alice Reid
Chair: Anne Løkke
Discussant: Ólöf Garðarsdóttir
Alice Reid Midwives, doctors, and infant survival in early twentieth century Derbyshire
Godelieve Masuy-Stroobant Birth attendance in XIXth Century Belgium
Signe Nipper Nielsen From the 'Workshop of Wonder': Thomas Bartholin, products of generation and the order of Nature
Bárbara Ana Revuelta Eugercios, Ramiro Fariñas, Diego Differentials in Maternal Mortality in Late 19th and Early 20th Century Spain.
Robert Woods Mrs Stone & Dr Smellie: birth attendants and their patients in the eighteenth century
 

N-13  -  ELI10: Cornerstones of noble identity
Auditorium D2, Pauli

    Network: Elites
Organiser: Bertrand Goujon
Organiser: Mirella Marini
Chair: Bertrand Goujon
Chair: Mirella Marini
Discussant: Francisco Chacón Jiménez
Nicola Cowmeadow Scottish Noblewomen, the Family and Scottish Politics in the Era of the Union of 1707
Anne-Valérie Solignat The Auvergne Nobility and the Constable of Bourbon’s Betrayal (1523)
Klaas Van Gelder Loyalty towards Anjou versus loyalty towards Habsburg. The elites in the Southern Netherlands in the aftermath of the War of the Spanish Succession (1716-1725)
Cristina Ramos Cobano Fighting oneself, or the transformation of the Spanish nobility at the end of the Old Regime
 

O-13  -  POL12: Decolonization and the Colonial Heritage I
Auditorium D3, Pauli

    Network: Africa
Network: Politics, Citizenship and Nations
Chair: Susan Pennybacker
Discussant: Susan Pennybacker
Virginie Roiron Thinking beyond colonialism: Britain and the Commonwealth experience
Paulo Fernandes The end of a virtual empire. The Portuguese South East Africa and the representations of colonial rule at home (1878-1898)
Melanie Torrent From the Loi Cadre to the short-lived French Community: British perceptions of the French transition to independence in sub-Saharan Africa (1956-1960)
 

P-13  -  ECO10: The Role of Hamburg in Early Modern World Economy
Auditorium D5, Pauli

    Network: Economics
Network: Urban
Chair: Jochen Streb
Discussant: Jeff Fynn-Paul
Frank Hatje Neutral Flags, European Trade and the Rise of Hamburg in the 17th and 18th centuries
Toshiaki Tamaki Hamburg as a center of Logistics in Early Modern World Economy
Klaus Weber Hamburg’s and Central Europe’s Links with the Atlantic Slave Trade and Plantation Economies, 17th to 19th Centuries
Pourchasse Pierrick The Huguenots in Hamburg
 

R-13  -  WOM02: Gender on the Move
Atelier R3, Pauli

    Network: Women and Gender
Chair: Elisabeth Elgán
Jennifer Sessions Fathers, Families and Colonials: The Gendered Origins of French Emigration to Algeria, 1830-1850
Carolyn Eichner ‘They loved me as if I belonged to their tribe’: Cultural Idealization and Gender in Louise Michel’s Anti-Imperialism
Judith Degroat Gender, Empire and Early Socialist Feminism: The Case of Pauline Roland
Julia Clancy-Smith The Trial of Giovanna Tellini, 1868, Tunis; Locating Female Migrants in an Imperial World
 

S-13  -  SEX09: Sexual Perversity from Early Modernity to Modernity
M101, Marissal

    Network: Sexuality
Chair: Lessie Jo Frazier
Discussant: Lessie Jo Frazier
Marianna Muravyeva How perverse is perverse: sex with birds in 18th century Europe.
Sarah Toulalan Child sexual abuse and paedophilia in early modern England
Julie Peakman Naming and Shaming of Sexually Perverse Behaviour in C18th Print Culture
 

T-13  -  HEA09: Health, Rights and Citizenship in Historical Perspective
M202, Marissal

    Network: Health and Environment
Chair: Iris Borowy
Discussant: Iris Borowy
Alex Mold Patient Rights and Wrongs: British Patient Consumer Groups and the Right to Health, 1960s-2000s
Beatrix Hoffmann Resistance to the Right to Health Care in the U.S.
Anne-Emanuelle Birn From Montevideo to Montparnasse and le Monde—Uruguay and the international circulation of child health/child rights ideas and movements
 

U-13  -  SOC10: Social Inequality in the Russian Empire
M207, Marissal

    Network: Social Inequality
Discussant: Gijs Kessler
Vladimir Vladimirov Occupational structure of the Russian Empire in the late 19th c.
Dmitry Sarafanov Occupational composition of Barnaul parish population (on the basis of Pokrovskaya church parish book registers of the second half XIX century)
Marya Markova Social structure of population of St.Petersburg in XVIII century
Irina Germaovna Silina The occupational composition of the repressed population in Western Siberia in 1919-1930
 

V-13  -  ETH12: The Dynamics of the Creation of 'Enemies from Within' in Belligerent Societies: The Case of German Migrant Minorities and the First World War (1913-1920)
M209, Marissal

    Network: Ethnicity and Migration
Organiser: Frank Caestecker
Organiser: Antoon Vrints
Chair: Panikos Panayi
Discussant: Panikos Panayi
Frank Caestecker, Antoon Vrints The clash of loyalty among German immigrants in Belgium during and after the First World War
Daniela Luigia Caglioti Anti-Germanism and economic nationalism: the fate of German communities and German capital and enterprises in Italy during WWI
Tammy Proctor “Technically” German: The Ambiguities of Nationality in World War I Civilian Internment Experiences
 

W-13  -  FAM15: Household Typologies, Coresidence and Care Across the Life Course
M210, Marissal

    Network: Family and Demography
Organiser: Alice B. Kasakoff
Organiser: Mary Louise Nagata
Chair: Alice B. Kasakoff
Discussant: Alice B. Kasakoff
Jan Kok, Kees Mandemakers Co-residence and proximity of kin in the case of elderly and single people in rural Holland, 1860-1940
Mikolaj Szoltysek Land of hope? Household formation rules and family welfare in the eighteenth-century Eastern Europe.
Kiyoshi Hamano, Mary-Louise Nagata Household Typologies, Co-residence and Care in Late Tokugawa Kyoto, 1843-70
 

Y-13  -  ORA12: Transmission of Memory through Life-Story and Family Narratives
M212, Marissal

    Network: Oral History
Chair: Marga Altena
Evelien Gans The Voice of Jewish Amsterdam in Concentration Camp Bergen Belsen
Nicole Immler Reconciliation and Life Story Narratives: Compensation and its afterlife in family memory
Arvi Sepp Historiography and Vox Populi. Auricular Witnessing in Third Reich Diaries
 

  Friday 16 April 10.45 

A-14  -  ELI12: Elites through material culture
Auditorium, muziekcentrum

    Network: Elites
Network: Material and Consumer Culture
Organiser: Jari-Matti Kuusela
Chair: Marja Vuorinen
Discussant: Jari Okkonen
Jari-Matti Kuusela Burials of the Finnish Iron Age as material discourses of the elite
Samuel Vaneeckhout The origin of prehistoric elites in Finland
Laura Giacomini The Life of the Milanese Elite in their Residences as Reconstructed through Estate Inventories (XVI-XVII century)
Danielle De Vooght Performing power at the table. Dining at the Belgian royal court of the nineteenth century
 

B-14  -  SOC15: Meet the author: Joanna Handlin Smith, The Art of Doing Good: Charity in Late Ming China
Bibliotheek, muziekcentrum

    Network: Social Inequality
Chair: Alice B. Kasakoff
Discussant: Mary Louise Nagata
Discussant: Thomas Max Safley
Discussant: Harriet Zurndorfer
Discussant: Joanna Handlin Smith
 

C-14  -  WOM05: Biography as Political Project I
Kraakhuis, muziekcentrum

    Network: Women and Gender
Organiser: Kirsti Niskanen
Organiser: Christina Florin
Chair: Elisabeth Elgán
Natalia Pushkareva The oral history of Russian Academy Community 1991-2010
Anneke Ribberink Margaret Thatcher and Gro Harlem Brundland: Two women Prime Ministers in the West from the spectre of a collective biography
Birgitte Possing An Unspoken Word does not Convince Anyone
Gunnel Karlsson The Making of Political Women – Inga Thorsson and Ulla Lindström in Swedish Politics
 

D-14  -  LAT05: Historical Ethnographies of Latin American States III: Local Entanglements with the State
Artiestenfoyer, muziekcentrum

    Network: Latin-America
Network: Politics, Citizenship and Nations
Organiser: Kim Clark
Chair: Lessie Jo Frazier
Discussant: Lessie Jo Frazier
John Collins Prostitution’s Bureaucracy and the Nation’s History: Buildings, People, and Moral Evaluation in the Cradle of Brazil
Karine Vanthuyne Authoritarianism as “Embodied Terror”? Surviving “non-citizenship” in postcolonial and post-genocide Guatemala
 

E-14  -  CRI12: Different Forms of Incarceration during and after the Second World War
Zaal L 4, muziekcentrum

    Network: Criminal Justice
Organiser: Dimitri Roden
Organiser: Lawrence Van Haecke
Chair: Xavier Rousseaux
Discussant: Xavier Rousseaux
Dimitri Roden The German military administration in occupied Belgium and the use of the Belgian prison system (1940-1944)
Lawrence Van Haecke Incarcerating suspects of collaboration with the enemy
Antoon Vrints, Frank Caestecker The clash of loyalty among German immigrants in Belgium during and after the First World War
Bas Kortholt Liberation without freedom. The life in the Intermentcamp Westerbork 1945-1948
 

F-14  -  RUR15: Roundtable: Agronomists as Actors of Rural Change, 1850-1945
Vestibule, muziekcentrum

    Network: Rural
Organiser: Peter Moser
Organiser: Ernst Langthaler
Chair: Peter Moser
Discussant: Peter Moser
Chair: Ernst Langthaler
Discussant: Ernst Langthaler
Discussant: Dulce Freire
Discussant: John Martin
Discussant: Jan Roobrouck
Discussant: Leen Van Molle
 

H-14  -  HIS06: Data Resources for Historical Research
Hortazaal, Pauli

    Network: Historical Computing and GIS
Chair: Onno Boonstra
Discussant: Onno Boonstra
Patrick Manning, Siddharth Chandra A Historical Gazetteer for Federated Datasets: Steps in the World-Historical Dataverse Project
Brett Abrams NARA and the Development of the Geospatial One Stop’s Historical Collections Community
Robert B. Smith Why Nazified Germans Killed Jewish People: Insights from Agent-Based Modeling of Genocidal Actions
 

I-14  -  LAB20: Gender and Labour Practices
Room D1, Pauli

    Network: Labour
Network: Women and Gender
Chair: Ariadne Schmidt
Leda Papastefanaki Division of labour and gender in Greece: the case of mining industry, 1870-1950.
Fay Lundh Nilsson Female vocational education and training - rural Sweden 1870-1940 (preliminary title)
Conchi Villar, Carles Enrech Women's contribution to the working class families economy (Spain, 1930-1950)
 

J-14  -  Labsp: Roundtable: Labour and Working Class History Journals
Room D11, Pauli

    Network: Labour
Chair: Aad Blok
Discussant: Aad Blok
Discussant: Silke Neunsinger
Discussant: Juan Grigera
Discussant: Dorothy Sue Cobble
Discussant: Paule Verbruggen
 

K-14  -  ETH32: Refugees and Survivors
Room D13, Pauli

    Network: Ethnicity and Migration
Chair: Marlou Schrover
Discussant: Marlou Schrover
Wirginia Bogatic Polish female survivors from Ravensbrück concentration camp and their memory of migration
Eric Limbach Citizens and ‘Illegals’: Rejected East German Refugees in West Berlin, 1950-1956
 

L-14  -  WOR04: Area Studies in Eastern Parts of Europe (and Beyond)
Room D14, Pauli

    Network: World History
Chair: Attila Melegh
Discussant: Attila Melegh
Katja Naumann Introduction: Uncharted Territory in the History of Area Studies
Torsten Loschke The Contrasting Case: The history of Latin American Studies in the U.S.
Steffi Marung African Studies in the Soviet Union
Robert Wolff Remembering the Amistad; Narratives of Slavery and Abolition in the Atlantic World
Frank Hadler Historiography on Latin America and Africa in East Central Europe
 

M-14  -  HEA10: Birth Attendance and Birth Outcomes II
Baertsoenzaal, Pauli

    Network: Family and Demography
Network: Health and Environment
Chair: Helene Laurent
Discussant: Helene Laurent
Erla Dóris Halldórsdóttir Male midwifery and accoucheur in Iceland
Dipti Tripathi Birth Control Movement in Colonial India: Exploring Reproductive Health Issues
Elisabeth Lobenwein The Resurrection and Baptism of Stillborn Babies in Carinthia between the 15th and 18th Century
 

N-14  -  LAB23: Mobility and the labour market: migration, ethnicity and labour relations 1750-2000
Auditorium D2, Pauli

    Network: Labour
Network: Ethnicity and Migration
Chair: Irina Schmitt
Jordi Ibarz Skillness and geographical origin of the dockers of Barcelona during the early francoism
David Struthers The World in a City: Mobility and Affinity in Los Angeles, 1900-1930
 

O-14  -  HEA13: Nutrition
Auditorium D3, Pauli

    Network: Health and Environment
Chair: Kari Tove Elvbakken
Discussant: Kari Tove Elvbakken
Matthew Smith Into the Mouths of Babes: Hyperactivity, Food Additives, and the History of the Feingold Diet, 1970-Present
 

P-14  -  ECO12: Post-War Twentieth Century
Auditorium D5, Pauli

    Network: Economics
Chair: Jochen Streb
Olaf Mertelsmann On the Relation of Mortality and Income: An Example from Stalinism
Ophelia Ongena The history of the SERV and of the social economic dialogue in Flanders
Jeroen Touwen Paradigm or hyperbole? Categories of institutional change and the changing priorities in the post-war economies
 

Q-14  -  POL13: Decolonization and the Colonial Heritage II
Atelier R2, Pauli

    Network: Politics, Citizenship and Nations
Network: Africa
Chair: Paulo Fernandes
Rui Feijo Timorese Democracy and the Portuguese Inheritance
Maarten Vink, Patricia Jeronimo Citizenship in a Post-Colonial Context: the Portuguese and Dutch experiences compared
Ricardo Sousa Power-sharing prospects in the Angola peace processes
 

R-14  -  WOR05: Economic Thought: Past, Present and Future
Atelier R3, Pauli

    Network: World History
Chair: Matthias Middell
Giovanni Gozzini Economic History and Development Economics: Working Connections, 1950-2000
Gareth Austin The Making of a Global Economic Historiography? Towards the Reciprocal Integration of the Economic Historiography of the West and ‘the Rest’
Hagen Schulz-Forberg Fixing the Future: Social Imagination and Economic Thought
 

S-14  -  REL09: The Muse of Mysticism. Transforming & Recycling Catholicism, 1900-1950 II
M101, Marissal

    Network: Religion
Chair: Rajesh Heynickx
Discussant: Rajesh Heynickx
Agnès Desmazières Psychology against Medicine ? Mysticism in the Light of Scientific Apologetics
Pieter Verstraeten The Mystical and the Literary. Meanings and Functions of Catholic Mysticism in Flemish Interwar Literature and Literary Criticism
Evert Peeters Burning Bodies. Performing Mysticism in Catholic Medicine
 

T-14  -  EDU11: Crossroads of Correction, Education, Punishment and Protection
M202, Marissal

    Network: Education and Childhood
Network: Criminal Justice
Organiser: Veerle Massin
Chair: Margo De Koster
Discussant: Margo De Koster
Veerle Massin At heart of Education', Repression', and Rehabilitation's Strategies : a Paradox. Girl's Reform School's Practices, Belgium 1920-1965
Susanna Hoikkala Post-war constructions of youth social problems - Disciplining the rule-breaking boys in one Finnish reform school
Louise Jackson Youth Crime and Preventive Policing in England and Scotland 1945-1970
Timo Harrikari Exploring the governance of juvenile crime in the Nordic context. The case of Finland in 1890-1940
 

U-14  -  WOM03: Gender Orders and Socialism
M207, Marissal

    Network: Women and Gender
Chair: Maria Bucur
Discussant: Maria Bucur
Leo Goretti "Red shirts" and "beauties on bicycles": the gendered sport policies of the Italian Communist Party in the 1950s
Ildikó Asztalos Morell Collectivisation and the new gender order in rural Hungary during the sixties
Libora Oates-Indruchova Shifts and Conservations in the State-Socialist Gender Discourse
Hana Havelkova The Conceptualisation of Gender in the Recommendations of the Czechoslovak Population Committee
 

V-14  -  ETH13: Determinants of Movement: a Comparative Approach to Internal and International Migration
M209, Marissal

    Network: Ethnicity and Migration
Chair: Jelle van Lottum
Discussant: Jelle van Lottum
Christer Lundh Internal migration and regional wages in Sweden, 1865-1945
Nelly De Freitas Island’s Migration : Azores and Madeira Islands ‘s Case, 1850-1900
Colin Pooley Linking internal and international migration: a comparative study of the UK and Sweden in the nineteenth century
 

W-14  -  FAM17: Family Demography Beyond the Household
M210, Marissal

    Network: Family and Demography
Organiser: Hilde Bras
Chair: Christa Matthys
Discussant: Michel Oris
Hilde Bras Kin Ties and Old-Age Mortality in Nineteenth-Century Sweden
Nanami Toishi, Atsushi Yoshida Did a network of neighboring households mitigate the socio-economic crisis? :Empirical examples of a rural community near Tokyo in the Great Tempo Famine
Mattijs Vandezande Intergenerational clustering of infant and child mortality
 

X-14  -  MID07: The medieval 'towerscape': building towers in late medieval society
M211, Marissal

    Network: Middle Ages
Network: Urban
Organiser: Bram Vannieuwenhuyze
Chair: Mario Damen
Bram Vannieuwenhuyze, Jelle de Rock Medieval urban towers: stairways to heaven or architectural dominoes?"
Katrien Lichtert The towerscape in the oeuvre of Pieter Bruegel the Elder: looking for meaning
Jan Dumolyn The Architecture of Status and Power: Late Medieval Flemish Burghers in the Countryside
Frederik Buylaert, Andy Ramandt Pinnacles of power "Elite residences in late medieval Bruges
 

Y-14  -  ORA13: How Organizational and Collective Narratives Shape Identity
M212, Marissal

    Network: Oral History
Chair: Ela Hornung
Johanna Björkenheim, Synnöve Karvinen-Niinikoski A Biographical Approach for Social Work
Terry Brotherstone, Hugo Manson Oral History as Democratic Critique: the history of UK North Sea oil and gas and its significance for contemporary history
Sjoerd Keulen, Ronald Kroeze Lets talk business: The use of oral history for in the study of leadership, organizational and business analysis
 

Z-14  -  LAB25: Diverging interests in the labour movement: unions, factions and Marxist ideology
M204, Marissal

    Network: Labour
Chair: David Lyddon
Discussant: David Lyddon
Roger Johansson United States and the International May Day; Birth, Repression, Renaming and the Return of May Day
Ralph Darlington 'The Continuing Relevance of the Rank-and-file/Bureaucracy Model of Intra-Union Relations
Björn Horgby Changes in the Social Democratic Hegemony in some Swedish Trade Unions
Ad Knotter ‘Little Moscows’ in Western Europe: the ecology of small-place communism
 

  Friday 16 April 14.15 

B-15  -  ETH31: Roundtable on The Mobility Transition Revisited
Bibliotheek, muziekcentrum

    Network: Ethnicity and Migration
Organiser: Leo Lucassen
Chair: Leo Lucassen
Discussant: Leo Lucassen
Discussant: Jan Lucassen
Discussant: Jelle van Lottum
Discussant: Leslie Page Moch
Discussant: Adam Mckeown
Discussant: Josef Ehmer
 

C-15  -  WOM06: Biography as Political Project II
Kraakhuis, muziekcentrum

    Network: Women and Gender
Organiser: Kirsti Niskanen
Organiser: Christina Florin
Chair: Elisabeth Elgán
Discussant: Birgitte Possing
Kirsti Niskanen, Christina Florin Female Professors on Scholarship, Life and Power – Reflections from a Book Project
Tiina Kinnunen Male and Female Historians and the Cultures of Commemoration: The Finnish Case
Mineke Bosch Contesting biographical memory in science: two examples
 

D-15  -  ETH16: Migration Regimes and the Social Reproduction of Families
Artiestenfoyer, muziekcentrum

    Network: Ethnicity and Migration
Organiser: Eleonore Kofman
Chair: Colin Pooley
Discussant: Colin Pooley
Eleonore Kofman Stratified Social Reproduction and Migrant Families
Albert Kraler Together or apart? Family migration policies and patterns of family reunification in comparative and historical perspective
Ludovica Banfi The impact of migration on the families and the social security system of the country of origin. The Ukrainian case
Trinidad L. Vicente, Luisa Setién Ecuadorian families in Spain: a transnational experience?
 

E-15  -  CRI13: A New Order in the City? Controling Urban motorised Traffic and the Public in European Cities during the First Decades of the 20th Century
Zaal L 4, muziekcentrum

    Network: Criminal Justice
Organiser: Herbert Reinke
Chair: Klaus Weinhauer
Discussant: Margo De Koster
Herbert Reinke Enforcing Right-angled Street Crossings, Misconceiving Traffic Lights: (Dis-) Order, Control and ‘Eigensinn’ in Urban Traffic (German Cities, 1920s-30s)
Quentin Deluermoz The Prefecture de Police’s Car Service and the Parisian Traffic: Politics, Reglementations and Policing of a Public Problem (1892-1921)
Guus Meershoek Traffic control and the Amsterdam public 1918-1940
 

H-15  -  HIS12: Historical Research with GIS Data
Hortazaal, Pauli

    Network: Historical Computing and GIS
Chair: Trevor Harris
Discussant: Trevor Harris
Alexander Von Lünen "Small is beautiful" -- towards a Micro-Historical GIS
Onno Boonstra GIS, historical data and historical research - the NLGIS example
Torsten Wiedemann, Sven Vrielinck & Eric Vanhaute Making maps with HISSTAT, the database of local Belgian statistics (1800-1970): a project in progress
 

I-15  -  LAB21: New approaches to (international) labour history
Room D1, Pauli

    Network: Labour
Chair: Magaly Rodríguez García
Discussant: James Jaffe
Sjaak Van der Velden Collecting and sharing micro data on labour conflicts
Fredrik Håkansson Worker Internationalism in the Western Window Glass Industry in 1969
Leonid Borodkin, Irina M. Pushkareva & Irina V.Shilnikova Before the 1st Russian Revolution: Analysis of Data Base on Strikes in Russian Empire.
Widukind De Ridder Wage systems and labour organization/relations: Towards a cultural history of the wage (19th and 20th century)
 

J-15  -  HEA05: Bridging Heridity and Environment : Aetiological Explanations, Public Problems and Population Politics in the 19th and 20th Centuries I
Room D11, Pauli

    Network: Health and Environment
Organiser: Emmanuel Betta
Organiser: Luc Berlivet
Chair: Emmanuel Betta
Discussant: Emmanuel Betta
Luc Berlivet From ‘degenerates’ to ‘Grandi Vecchi’. The Sardinian population in the eye of its beholders (c1880-c1980)
Marius Turda Heredity and Environment: The Case of 'Latin Eugenics' in Europe and Latin America, 1912-1939
 

L-15  -  POL14: Leftist Politics and National Belonging before WWII
Room D14, Pauli

    Network: Politics, Citizenship and Nations
Chair: Jose Reis Santos
Discussant: Jose Reis Santos
Zuzana Polackova, Pieter Van Duin Social democracy and the Hungarian minority in Slovakia after World War I
Gerben Zaagsma Transnational dimensions of Jewish political practices in Western Europe before WWII
Carl Levy Italian and Spanish Anarchism Compared: Nation, Region and Patriotism, 1860-1945
Kim Christiaens Belgian trade unions and the creation of transnational solidarity during the Cold War (1950s-1970s)
 

M-15  -  THE10: Discourses on History
Baertsoenzaal, Pauli

    Network: Theory and Historiography
Chair: Chris Lorenz
Discussant: Stefan Berger
Milada Sekyrková Contribution to the Institutionalisation of the Czechoslovak Social History in the Interwar Period and Assessment of the Impact of the Communist Takeover in 1948 on its Subsequent Development
Raf Vanderstraeten The Evolution of Scientific Communities: Sociology Journals and Communication Practices
Christine Collette Who is history history and identity
Eleni Andriakaina Towards a Reflexive Historiography: a critical approach of the post-modern challenge
 

N-15  -  MID09: Using Tax Surveys for Microhistory in the Medieval and Early Modern Periods: A European Perspective
Auditorium D2, Pauli

    Network: Middle Ages
Organiser: Jaco Zuijderduijn
Chair: Tim Bisschops
Discussant: Tim Bisschops
Tine De Moor, Jaco Zuijderduijn 'Households in the tax registers of Edam en De Zeevang (15th-16th centuries)'
Jeff Fynn-Paul Manresa: Reconstructing a Fifteenth-Century Town from Tax Survey Records
 

O-15  -  POL15: Transnational Visions of the Nation
Auditorium D3, Pauli

    Network: Politics, Citizenship and Nations
Chair: Ido de Haan
Discussant: Ido de Haan
Lidia Jurek The influence of Italian Risorgimento on the construction of the concept “Pole-Catholic”
Eleonora Naxidou The characteristics of a national identity: Georgi Rakovski and the origins of the Bulgarians
Paula Portas Narrating colonialism: the UPG and the struggle for the nation.
Tadeusz Kopys Nationalism and Processes of Globalization in Central Europe
 

P-15  -  FAM18: Methodological Tools for the History of the Economic Role of Siblings in Traditional Societies
Auditorium D5, Pauli

    Network: Family and Demography
Organiser: Fabrice Boudjaaba
Chair: Vincent Gourdon
Discussant: Fabrice Boudjaaba
Francisco García González Brothers in the Household. Relationship and Corresidence in the Ancien Regine of Castile.
Gérard Le Bouedec Dynasties and siblings in the coastal navigation (golf du Morbihan 18th century)
Stéphane Minvielle The economic role of kinship : brothers and sisters in merchants families (Bordeaux, 18th century)
Llorenç Ferrer Alos Younger sons, economic progress and social mobility in Catalonia (XVIII-XIXth century)
 

Q-15  -  FAM19: Culture and Demography
Atelier R2, Pauli

    Network: Family and Demography
Organiser: Bart Van De Putte
Chair: Bart Van De Putte
Discussant: Hilde Bras
Martin Dribe, Bart Van De Putte Seasonality in marriage and changing work intensity: Southern Sweden
Theo Engelen, Xingchen C.C. Lin Culture and demography. Marriage as a cultural phenomenon in historical Taiwan and the Netherlands
Velislava Botova Family Models of Turks in Bulgaria
 

R-15  -  WOR07: Comparisons and Connections: the global and the local
Atelier R3, Pauli

    Network: World History
Chair: Patrick Karl O'Brien
Discussant: Patrick Karl O'Brien
Chair: Katja Naumann
Alessandro Stanziani Captives and slaves in Eurasia, XV-XVIIIth century: a global history at a local time
Attila Melegh Non-teleological Comparisons in the History of Nationalisms and Imperialisms in the Early 20th Century
Eric Vanhaute Global and local peasantries: comparisons, connections, and systems
Birgit Tremml Who reaped the benefits of the transpacific trade?
 

S-15  -  WOM04: Gender Regimes under Communism
M101, Marissal

    Network: Women and Gender
Chair: Ildikó Asztalos Morell
Discussant: Ildikó Asztalos Morell
Yulia Gradskova Childcare in Soviet Russia – expert discourses on preschool education and parents’ memories on kindergarten
Milica Antić Gaber, Sara Rožman & Irena Selisnik Gender and everyday life in Socialist Slovenia
Georgeta Nazarska Muslim Women and Women’s Movement in Bulgaria (the 1940s-1970s): Emancipation, Modernization, Assimilation
Stefan Wiederkehr “… if Jarmila Kratochvilova is the future of women’s sports, I’m not sure I’m ready for it.” Sport, Gender Verification, and the Cold War
 

T-15  -  RUR19: Farm Account and Rural Patterns of Development
M202, Marissal

    Network: Rural
Organiser: Annie Antoine
Chair: Annie Antoine
Discussant: Giuliana Biagioli
Elizabeth Madeleine Griffiths The Accounts of Lady Alice Le Strange: the modernization of an early seventeenth century English estate
Richard W Hoyle, Bethanie Afton ‘Turning a diary into accounts: Peter Walkden of Chipping, Lancashire, 1733-34’
Jose Miguel Lana Was there an “Iberian” pattern of agricultural management? Evidence from farm accounts in the Ebro Basin, 1780-1913
Enric Saguer, Ramon Garrabou & Jordi Planas Management of Large Rural Estates in Catalonia (XIX-XXth centuries): an Approach through Farm Accounts
Paul Brassley Sources of increased output in UK agriculture, 1935-85
 

U-15  -  SOC11: Beyond Male Social Mobility
M207, Marissal

    Network: Social Inequality
Chair: Ineke Maas
Discussant: Ineke Maas
Rense Corten, Richard Zijdeman Changing patterns of witness selection
Richard Zijdeman, Marco van Leeuwen, Jean-Pierre Pelissier & Danielle Rebaudo Social inequality and mobiity of women
Paul Lambert, Richard Zijdeman Trends in registration of women’s occupations on marriage records.
Sabine Veits-Falk Careers, mobility and networks of women doctors in Austria about 1900
 

V-15  -  ETH14: Macro-regions, Political and Cultural Borders and Identities
M209, Marissal

    Network: Ethnicity and Migration
Chair: Anne Kuhlmann-Smirnov
Dirk Hoerder Migrants and Migration in Modern North America: Cross-Border Lives, Labor Markets, and Politics in Canada, the Caribbean, Mexico, and the United States
Frans Huijzendveld Jack of all Trades: Greek Diaspora communities in East Africa
Jerome Teelucksingh Mastering the Midas Touch: The Indo-Trinidadian Diaspora in North America and England, 1967-2007
Bina Sengar Dynamism in the Trans Himalayn Trade in the 18th Century
 

W-15  -  FAM16: Care Across the Life Course
M210, Marissal

    Network: Family and Demography
Organiser: Mary Louise Nagata
Chair: Katherine A. Lynch
Discussant: Katherine A. Lynch
Nanna Floor Clausen, Hans Jorgen Marker Were the Elderly a Burden in 1801?
Hilde Leikny Jaastad Northern Cohabitaiton across Generations
Jeffery Deal, Alice Bee Kasacoff Living arrangements of elderly women: women’s agency among the present-day Dinka of the Southern Sudan and the 19th century US North America
 

X-15  -  CUL15: Subtitling the World Wars
M211, Marissal

    Network: Culture
Chair: Frances Gouda
Discussant: Frances Gouda
Conny Kristel To fight or not to fight. Images of soldiers 1914-1918
Eveline Buchheim Interning civilization, civilizing internment
Kees Ribbens Anne Frank as a global comic book hero? Visualizing a holocaust victim in transnational popular culture
 

Y-15  -  ORA14: The Master Narrative and the Negotiation of post-Holocaust Identity
M212, Marissal

    Network: Oral History
Chair: Marga Altena
Katarzyna Madoń-Mitzner Polish Ravensbrück Narratives across Time and Context
Piotr Filipkowski Doing oral history and rethinking historical master-narratives. Interviews with Polish forced laborers for the Third Reich.
Alexander Prenninger Holocaust Remembrance in Migration Societies
 

  Friday 16 April 16.30 

A-16  -  LAB26: Early modern labour market dynamics. Guilds, wage work, gender and migration
Auditorium, muziekcentrum

    Network: Labour
Network: Urban
Network: Women and Gender
Chair: Jan Lucassen
Discussant: Elise Van Nederveen Meerkerk
Ekaterina Kirillova Renunciation of the Craft: Reasons & Consequences (Reims, 15th-18th Centuries)
Eleonora Canepari Temporary works. Professional and geographical mobility in XVIIth century Rome
Joern Janssen Gender Equality in Wage Labour Relations: the example of statutory regulation in late medieval and early Tudor England
Beatrice Zucca Micheletto Families under pressure : women work and male work in the household economy in Turin, 18th century
 

B-16  -  POL17: Transnational Nationalism: Political Relations and Intellectual Transfer between Nationalist Ideologies and Movements in 19th and 20th Century Europe
Bibliotheek, muziekcentrum

    Network: Theory and Historiography
Network: Politics, Citizenship and Nations
Chair: Ido de Haan
Discussant: Ido de Haan
Martin R. Gutmann An Irreconcilable Ideology: The Germanische Leitstelle and ‘Nationalist-Internationalism’, 1930-1945
Dean J. Kostantaras Intellectual Transfer and Revivalist Discourse in the Age of Nationalism
Stefan Vogt Between Socialism and Fascism: Nationalist Socialism in pre-War and inter-War Europe
 

C-16  -  WOR08:History of Technology in a Global Perspective
Kraakhuis, muziekcentrum

    Network: World History
Chair: Steffi Marung
Discussant: Johan Schot
Maria Paula Diogo Shaping the African Landscape: Portuguese railways in Angola and Mozambique
Dirk van Laak Europe in a Global World
Matthias Middell Portals of Globalisation
 

E-16  -  CRI15: Jewish Victims and Villains in Historical Context: Adventures in Ethno-criminology
Zaal L 4, muziekcentrum

    Network: Criminal Justice
Organiser: Michael Berkowitz
Chair: Susan L. Tananbaum
Discussant: Susan L. Tananbaum
Michael Berkowitz The Madoff Paradox: Sage, Savior, Thief?
Paul Knepper The Usual Suspects? Jews in Nineteenth Century Malta
David De Vries Diamonds, Jews and Trust
 

F-16  -  RUR17: Multifunctional Rural Worlds
Vestibule, muziekcentrum

    Network: Rural
Chair: Peter Moser
Discussant: Peter Moser
Chantal Bisschop, Rien Emmery Agriculture and the multi-purpose countryside: the ‘Year of the Village’ (1978) in Flanders
Ana Gomes The "Rocha do Oeste": the growing of a regional identity in the shade of pear orchards
Korrie Melis Changing rural societies: the case of rural youth in North-Groningen, the Netherlands, 1959-2009.
Mats Morell Land use and population mobility
Elena Barbulescu Working the week-ends – building a rural/urban connection. The ‘Sunday peasants’
 

I-16  -  LAB22: Labour militancy, working-class formation and the state in Europe and Asia
Room D1, Pauli

    Network: Labour
Chair: Constance Bantman
Discussant: Marcel van der Linden
Raquel Varela Nationalizations: workers control or salvation of capitalism?
Reza Jafari, Morteza Ghanoun Oil, Labour and Revolution in Iran
Mark David Pittaway, Anikó Eszter Bartha Rethinking labour history in Eastern Europe: Legitimacy, consumption and socialism
Gorkem Akgoz Tracing the Subjective Levels of Transformation in the Bakırköy Labor Force:
 

J-16  -  HEA15: Bridging Heredity and Environment: Aetiological Explanations, Public Problems and Population Politics in the 19th and 20th Centuries II
Room D11, Pauli

    Network: Health and Environment
Organiser: Luc Berlivet
Organiser: Emmanuel Betta
Chair: Luc Berlivet
Discussant: Luc Berlivet
Emmanuel Betta Heredity and Environment in artificial fecundation: science and religion in the making of reproduction (1799-1914)
Nadav Davidovitch, Dani Filc Environment, Health and Social Conflict in Israel: The Democratic Potential of Contested Science
Diane Paul Phenylketonuria and Public Health in the U.S., Britain, and Continental Europe, 1955-1975.
 

N-16  -  ELI13: Elites by the book: novels, diaries, autobiographies, account books, recipe books, inventories
Auditorium D2, Pauli

    Network: Material and Consumer Culture
Network: Elites
Organiser: Nikolaj Bijleveld
Organiser: Yme Kuiper
Chair: Paul Janssens
Discussant: Nikolaj Bijleveld
Yme Kuiper Nobility and Fiction: the representation of the nobility in the 'roman fleuve' around 1900
Hanneke Ronnes The memory of the noble house
Jon Stobart Tea and cakes: elite consumption of groceries in eighteenth-century England
Jaap Moes Some aspects of the life style of Dutch aristocracy around 1900
Wybren Verstegen Private landownership, nobility and nature conservation in the Netherlands 1928- 1973
 

O-16  -  EDU07: Policies on Children, Care and Education
Auditorium D3, Pauli

    Network: Education and Childhood
Chair: Sonya Michel
Esbjörn Larsson, Johannes Westberg The Economics of Education: The Financing of the Swedish Common School, 1842-1936
Victor Satzewich, Linda Mahood The Save the Children Fund and the Russian Famine of 1921-23: claims and counter-claims about feeding 'Bolshevik’ children
 

P-16  -  CUL16: Ritual, Cultural Performance and Ideology
Auditorium D5, Pauli

    Network: Culture
Chair: Sabil Francis
Discussant: Sabil Francis
Eva Deak Ceremonial and Social Representation: The marriage of Catherine of Brandenburg and Gabriel Bethlen in 1626
Alexandra Silva Cultural consumption in the University of Coimbra in the 1980s
 

S-16  -  WOM12: Gender and Citizenship in Post-1945 Europe
M101, Marissal

    Network: Women and Gender
Chair: Pat Thane
Discussant: Francisca De Haan
Elisabeth Elgán Mothers' right to work. Swedish feminism in the 1970's
Maria Bucur The Everyday Experience of Women’s Emancipation in Romania in the Twentieth Century and Beyond
Riikka Taavetti Between Socialism and Feminism: The Case of Marxist-Feministerna in Finland, 1974-1978
 

U-16  -  SOC12: Social Mobility
M207, Marissal

    Network: Social Inequality
Chair: Jan Kok
Ineke Maas, Marco H.D. Van Leeuwen, Jean-Pierre Perllissier & Danielle Rebaudo Changing patterns of class endogamy: a study of France over the past three centuries
Wouter Ryckbosch Inequality, Poverty and Economic Change in the Pre-Industrial Era. A Small Town in the southern Low Countries, 16th-19th centuries.
Antti Häkkinen The Finnish pre-industrial family and the occupational inheritance
Marco Van Leeuwen, Ineke Maas, Danielle Rebaudo & Jean Pierrre Pelissier Social mobility in France 1680-2000
 

V-16  -  ETH15: State Action and Migrants Identities
M209, Marissal

    Network: Ethnicity and Migration
Chair: Frank Caestecker
Discussant: Frank Caestecker
Leslie Page Moch Eurasia on the Move: Migration in the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union, and the Post-Soviet States
Arkady Levin Russia's citizens of different formal ethnicity: Ethnic self-definition and desire to live in Another Country.
Philippe Rygiel The "Institut de droit International" and the regulation of migration
 

Y-16  -  ORA15: The Construction of the Account: Biography and Autobiography as Testimony
M212, Marissal

    Network: Oral History
Chair: Arvi Sepp
Timothy Ashplant Making a New Man: Communist Autobiography as
Csilla Kiss Literary reflections of the left in postwar Europe
Maruta Pranka Biographical Approach in Research of Social Processes in a Case Study