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7th European Social Science History Conference Lisbon, Portugal March 2008
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Tuesday 26 February
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Thursday 28 February
Friday 29 February
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  Tuesday 26 February 14.15 

A-1  -  POL02: European Citizenship and Civil Society I
Cave A

    Network: Politics, Citizenship and Nations
Chair: Anne van Wageningen
Oonagh Breen European Regulation of Charitable Organisations in the Twenty-First Century: The path less taken?
Lia Versteegh The European Citizen: a Brick Stone to European Integration
Annette Schrauwen EU citizenship, free movement and solidarity

B-1  -  ELI01: The academe as an elite arena I: Early Modern Period to First World War
Cave B

    Network: Elites
Network: Politics, Citizenship and Nations
Organiser: Marja Jalava
Chair: Robert Anderson
Discussant: Robert Anderson
Laurence Brockliss, Michael Moss Advancing with the Army, the formation of the professional elite
Daniel Flueckiger Elite transformation and Democratization
Jan Eivind Myhre The Cradle of Elites - the University of Oslo in the 19th Century
László Szögi The Hungarian University and Academical System as Cultural Mediator in Eastern Europe in the 18th-19th Centuries

C-1  -  RUR01: Changing the rural in the Early Modern Period
Cave C

    Network: Rural
Chair: Anton Schuurman
Discussant: Anton Schuurman
Gareth Austin Moneylending and Witchcraft: The Moral Economy of Accumulation in Colonial Asante (Ghana)
Per Hallén Standard of living of farmers and rural workers in Sweden 1750-1900.
Clif Hubby Violence and Local Society in Late Medieval Bavaria: A Look at the Evidence
Reinoud Vermoesen Rural commercialisation of Inner Flanders (17th-18th century)
Isabelle Devos Environment, health and rural welfare in Flanders, 1700-1850

D-1  -  WOM11: Gender and Modernization in Balkan Societies
Cave D

    Network: Women and Gender
Chair: Berteke M.L. Waaldijk
Discussant: Berteke M.L. Waaldijk
Dubravka Stojanovic Misogyny as Modernization? The Case of Belgrade Vaudvilles 1890-1914
Krassimira Daskalova Women within the "communication circuit" in Modern Bulgaria (1878-1944)
Serpil Cakir Women's Movement in Turkey: Historical Process and Changing Paradigms
Polly Thanailaki The role of women's press in the shaping of female model in the 19th century Greek society

E-1  -  ELI14: Mobilities, integration and formalisation of social relationships in the urban context
Cave E

    Network: Family and Demography
Network: Elites
Organiser: Vincent Gourdon
Chair: Kari-Matti Piilahti
Discussant: François-Joseph Ruggiu
Antonio Irigoyen Clergy as migrant receiver in Early Modern Spain
Stéphane Minvielle Formalisation of social relationships in urban context : The integration of migrants in 18th century Bordeaux
Etienne Couriol How urban newcomers use spiritual kinships : Lyons in the seventeenth and the eighteenth centuries
Guido Alfani Immigrants and formalisation of social ties in Ivrea. XVIth-XVIIth Centuries

F-1  -  AFR05: Knowledge, Health and Utilities in colonial and Post-colonial Africa
Sala Leite de Vasconcelos

    Network: Africa
Chair: E. Ike Udogu
Tundé Zack-Williams African Leadership, Nation State and the Weberian Project
Ana Roque Knowledge and use of medical herbs and plants in the central Coast of Mozambique in the late 19th century. Contribution for a better understanding of the present day situation
Anna Bohman Framing the Water Challenge - Institutional Change within the Ghanaian Water Supply and Sanitation Sector 1957 - 2005
Markku Hokkanen Reflections of microscopic gaze – tensions in colonial imaginations in Central Africa

G-1  -  HEA01: Recent Public Health I: Research and Strategies
Amphitheatre 2

    Network: Health and Environment
Organiser: Signild Vallgårda
Organiser: Virginia Berridge
Chair: Signild Vallgårda
Discussant: Virginia Berridge
Luc Berlivet In the shadow of biomedicine. The transformation of public health research in France, 1941-1978
Alex Mold Health Consumerism and Public Health in Britain Since the 1960s: The Role of Patient Consumer Groups
Sigrid Stoeckel The Individual: the medical viewpoint versus the public health perspective in post-war Western Germany and Great Britain
Ivana Dobrivojevic Health and Hygiene Situation in Yugoslavia 1945 - 1955
Sabine Schleiermacher The Impact on Public Health of Return Medical Refugees in the Eastern Part of Germany after World War II

I-1  -  URB01: Urban Description and Urban Form (Portugal, 1800-1950)
Room 2.1

    Network: Urban
Chair: Magda Pinheiro
Discussant: Magda Pinheiro
Nuno Pinheiro Lisbon in films and photos
Conceição Tiago The urban frontiers
Maria João Vaz Unsecured places and disorder
Frédéric Vidal Lisbon in city directory and city guide at 19th
Paula Raquel Ferreira The city of scholars

J-1  -  CUL01: Dynamic Reconstruction of the Past in Societies of Transition
Room 3.1

    Network: Culture
Organiser: Nikolai Vukov
Organiser: Miglena Ivanova
Chair: Nikolai Vukov
Discussant: Nikolai Vukov
Miglena Ivanova Inscribing Global Identities into the Urban Space. Recent Bulgarian Graffiti Writers and their Identity Construction
Sylvia Stancheva (Re)presenting History in Museums in post-socialist Bulgaria
Marusa Pusnik Mediating Communism: Slovenian Media Coverage of the Recent Past and Historical Reprogramming

L-1  -  POL01: Postwar Europe
Room 5.1

    Network: Politics, Citizenship and Nations
Chair: Ido de Haan
Discussant: Ido de Haan
Diogo Moreira, José Reis Santos & José Tavares Castilho Parliamentary Elites and Political Regime: Theoretical Implications of the Portuguese Case
Sophie Bollen Unworthy to Serve the Nation. The professional purge of the government administration after Word War II in Belgium.
Maria Kyriakidou, Sotiris Themistokleous The ‘invisible’ resistance and the long road to democratization in post-war Greece
Liesbeth van de Grift From Fascism to Communism – The ‘purificaton’ of the security apparatus in Romania (1944-1948)
Russel Lemmons “Fight like Thälmann:” The April 1986 Dedication of the Ernst Thälmann Memorial,Political Memory and Legitimacy in the German Democratic Republic

M-1  -  WOR01: World Regions in Transnational Perspective
Room 5.2

    Network: World History
Chair: Katja Naumann
Discussant: Katja Naumann
Mathias Mesenhoeller Poland and the Polish Diaspora Communities in the 20th century
Maria Hidvegi Marketing strategies and economic nationalism in the interwar years
Jan-Frederik Abbeloos Whose multinational? The relationship between British and Belgian national interests in the Union Minière du Haut-Katanga (1906-1925).
Sarah Lemmen Czechs in the world: National representations and global encounters, 1890-1938

N-1  -  FAM0I: Construction of Blood I: Kinship Discourses from the Middle Ages to the Baroque, Part 1: Cultural Methaphors of Incorporation
Room 6.1

    Network: Family and Demography
Organiser: David Warren Sabean
Chair: Simon Teuscher
Discussant: Gérard Delille
David Warren Sabean Theological and literary discourses of blood in Baroque Culture
Max S. Hering Torres "Purity of Blood" in Early Modern Spain
Anita Guerreau-Jalabert Flesh and Incorporation in Medieval Texts
Bernhard Jussen Considerations on the semantics of sanguis and consanguinitas in the Middle Ages

O-1  -  ETH10: Emigration, Flight and Expulsion - Multiple Reasons and Settings of Migration around World War II
Room 7.1

    Network: Ethnicity and Migration
Chair: Heinrich Berger
Discussant: Johannes-Dieter Steinert
Andrea Strutz Labour migration from Austria to Canada after World War II
Barbara Luethi: no abstract
Barbara Stelzl-Marx Stalin's long arm: Soviet forced labourerers in the "Third Reich" and their fate after 1945
Traude Bollauf Escape from Nazi–Austria and Germany to England through a Domestic Permit
Siegfried Mattl Migration and community-building in Vienna after 1945

P-1  -  CRI01: Military Justice
Room 8.1

    Network: Criminal Justice
Organiser: René Lévy
Chair: René Lévy
Discussant: René Lévy
Stephen Miller "Duty or Crime?: Defining Acceptable Behavior in the British Army in South Africa, 1899-1902"
Bob Lilly, Bobbie Ticknor & Brandy Girton Murder in the Military: US Soldiers in the European Theater of Operations, WW II
Guillaume Baclin "Unpatriotics " facing military jurisdictions. Belgian military justice at the end of World War One (1918-1919)

Q-1  -  LAB27: Gender and Labour
Amphitheatre 3

    Network: Labour
Chair: Elise van Nederveen Meerkerk
Discussant: Elise van Nederveen Meerkerk
Christine Collette 'The Newer Eve': women, feminists and the Labour Party
Carles Enrech Gender and textile trade unionism in Spain (1840-1923)
Jordi Ibarz The sexual division of work in the glass industry in Spain (1884-1931)

S-1  -  ANT05: Social Order in Antiquity
Instituto de Arte

    Network: Antiquity
Chair: Nicholas Fisher
Discussant: Nicholas Fisher
Hans Van Wees 'Social (dis)order in archaic Greece'.
Natalie Angel Beyond the Pale: Lower Class Women in Ancient Roman Society
António Joaquim Ramos Dos Santos 'Social Order in Ancient Babylonia

T-1  -  THE07: Ways of Constructing the Other in Norway - past and present
Room 9

    Network: Theory and Historiography
Chair: Claudia Lenz
Discussant: Claudia Lenz
Øivind Kopperud “He didn’t mean to harm any good Norwegian” – the acquittal of Knut Rød, one of the organisers of the Norwegian Jew’s deportation to Auschwitz
Irene Levin Norwegian Jews being "the others" of the Nation?
Cora Alexa Døving when your group becomes your destiny - stereotypes and identity politics

U-1  -  EDU11: Gender and professionalism in teaching

    Network: Education and Childhood
Network: Women and Gender
Chair: Frank Simon
Discussant: Annemieke Van Drenth
Lies Van Rompaey, Marc Depaepe & Frank Simon A different kind of activism: the position of catholic women teachers in their union. Belgium, 1950-1965.
Bart Hellinckx, Marc Depaepe & Frank Simon The educational work of women religious: a historiographical survey
Isabela Cabral Félix De Sousa, Cristiane N. Braga & Cristina A. Ferreira & Telma M. Frutuoso & Diego S. Vargas The female predominance of a vocational and scientific program in Brazil for high school students
Maria Mogarro Social Origins and Teacher Training: Female Students at Teacher Training Schools in the second half of the 19th Century in Portugal

V-1  -  WOM02: Feminism and Transnationalism I: Transnational Networks and National Contexts
Room 2.10

    Network: Women and Gender
Network: Ethnicity and Migration
Organiser: Julie Carlier
Chair: Francisca De Haan
Discussant: Ulla Wikander
Julie Carlier Shaping Belgian feminism. Transnational transfers and the forging of a national women’s movement (ca.1890-1918)
Carolyn Eichner "The Veil and the Vote: Race, Sexuality, and Feminist Imperialism in Late 19th Century France"
Judith P. Zinsser Gendering Transnational Topics: Benefits and Liabilities
Rochelle Ruthchild Russian Feminists: From Global Sisterhood to Silence
Maria Anastasopoulou The American Influence on Callirrhoe Parren at the turn of the 19th Century Greece

Y-1  -  LAB28: Stalinization and Beyond: Problems of International Communist History
Room 2.14

    Network: Labour
Organiser: Matthew Worley
Chair: Matthew Worley
Discussant: Kevin Morgan
Brigitte Studer Stalinization: Balance Sheet of a Complex Notion
Aldo Agosti Stalinization and the Italian Communist Party
Tauno Saarela Comparative Communisms: The Scandinavian Example
Norman Laporte Proletarian Tribunes: Thalmann and Pollitt