2014 |

ESSHC European Social Science History Conference, Vienne, Autriche 23-26/04/2014

MàJ : 13/01/2015

La conférence sur l’histoire européenne des sciences sociales est organisée par l’IIHS (Institut international d’histoire sociale). Le but de cette dixième conférence de l’ESSHC est de rassembler les chercheurs sur le thème spécifique du rural et de provoquer un échange autour d’une vingtaine de sessions : l’agriculture et le recyclage des déchets, l’élevage et l’industrie laitière, les marchés alimentaires, le marché foncier, la main d’œuvre rurale, le crédit et le niveau de vie, le budget des familles, les  manifestations et les  luttes de pouvoir.



Wednesday 23 April 2014

Wednesday 23 April 2014 8.30 - 10.30

V-1 - RUR01: Waste into Manure. The Recycling of Urban Waste in Agriculture (16th-20th Century)

Network: Rural              Chair: Tim Soens

Organiser: Tim Soens   Discussant: Tim Soens

Vera S. Candiani: The Key to Survival: Urban Horticulture and Wastes in Early Spanish America

Pieter De Graef: The Sprawl of Urban Manure. A Micro-perspective on the Allocation and Recycling of Urban Waste in the Rural Economy of Early Modern Flanders

Sylvia Gierlinger: Pollution vs. Valuable Resource: Sewage in 19th Century Vienna

Marion W. Gray: The Berlin Rieselfelder: Intended and Unintended Consequences

 Wednesday 23 April 2014 11.00 - 13.00

V-2 - RUR02: Animal Husbandry in the 19th and 20th Centuries: Production, Importance and Conceptualization in Belgium, Scandinavia and the UK

Network: Rural              Chair: Abigail Woods

Organiser: Carin Martiin             Discussant: -

Maren Jonasson: Colliding Rationalities, Merging Realities: the 'Improvement' of Animal Husbandry in Finland as Depicted at Agricultural Meetings and Exhibitions 1840s to 1930s

Carin Martiin: Milk Production in Sweden from the 1860s to 1960s: Hundred Years of Different Parallel Production Systems

Karen Sayer: Perceptions of Change and the Emergence of Rural 'Modernity' in Britain 1900-2001

Yves Segers: The Influence of World War I on Livestock Improvement in Belgium, 1910-1920s

 Wednesday 23 April 2014 14.00 - 16.00

V-3 - RUR03: History of the Emergence of the Modern Dairy Industry

Network: Rural              Chair: Carin Martiin

Organiser: Markus Lampe         Organiser: Eoin McLaughlin      Organiser: Paul Sharp

Discussant: -

Markus Lampe: The Productivity and Efficiency Effects of Revolutionary Change in Agriculture

Eoin McLaughlin, Ingrid Henriksen & Paul Sharp: Contracts and Cooperation: the Relative Failure of Irish Dairying Reconsidered

Paul Sharp: How the Danes discovered Britain: the Rise of the Danish Dairy Export Industry form the 1830s

 Wednesday 23 April 2014 16.30 - 18.30

V-4 - RUR04: The Agrarian-Industrial Knowledge Society – a New Approach for a Better Understanding of the Interactions between Industrial Societies and their Agricultural Sectors

Network: Rural              Chair: Ernst Langthaler

Organiser: Peter Moser            

Discussants: Peter Moser, Anton Schuurman, Jakob Vogel, Verena Winiwarter

 Thursday 24 April 2014

Thursday 24 April 2014 8.30 - 10.30

V-5 - RUR05a: Rhythm and Evolution of Staple Food Markets, 1650-1950 I

Network: RuralChair: Niccolò Mignemi

Organiser: Laurent Herment    Organiser: Wouter Ronsijn      Discussant: Niccolò Mignemi

Gerard Beaur: Speculating on the Price of Wheat in Ancien Regime France. A Good Deal?

Ingrid Henriksen: Seasonality of Staple Food Markets during the First Era of Globalization

Laurent Herment, Wouter Ronsijn: Provisioning Staple-food Markets in Belgium, France and England in the Middle of the Nineteenth Century

Stephen Hipkin: The Seasonality of London’s Coastal Corn Supply in the Late Sixteenth and Seventeenth-centuries

 Thursday 24 April 2014 11.00 - 13.00

V-6 - RUR05b: Rhythm and Evolution of Staple Food Markets, 1650-1950 II

Network: RuralChair: Eric Vanhaute

Organiser: Laurent Herment                Organiser: Wouter Ronsijn     

Discussant: Eric Vanhaute

Richard W Hoyle: How are we to Understand Seasonal Movements in English Grain Prices?

Pablo-F. Luna: An Ancien Régime Crisis : Nueva España, 1692

Vicente Pinilla, Gema Aparicio: The Dynamics of International Trade in Cereals, 1900-1938

 Thursday 24 April 2014 14.00 - 16.00

V-7 - RUR07: Production and Productivity in European Agriculture C. 1700 to 1939

Network: RuralChair: Gerard Beaur

Organiser: Vicente Pinilla       Organiser: Patrick Svensson   Discussant: Jose Miguel Lana

Pedro Lains, Dulce Freire: The Development of Portuguese Agriculture in the Long Run, 1700-1939

Miguel Martín Retortillo, Vicente Pinilla: Productivity in the European Agriculture, 1870- 1914

Socrates Petmezas: Land Tenure Systems and Agricultural Productivity in the Southern Balkans (ca. 1870-1940)

Patrick Svensson, Mats Olsson: Total Factor Productivity in Scanian Agriculture 1700-1900

 Friday 25 April 2014

Friday 25 April 2014 8.30 - 10.30

V-9 - RUR08: Rural Factor Markets in Different Legal and Institutional Contexts. Towards a Methodological Framework

Network: Rural              Chair: Michael Limberger

Organiser: Nicolas De Vijlder    Organiser: Michael Limberger    Discussant: -

Frederic Aparisi Romero: Good Debt. The Credit Activities of the Wealthy Families in the Rural Communities of the Valencian Midlands during 15th Century

Nicolas De Vijlder: Manors, Manorial Accounts and Land Transfers in the Early Modern Low Countries. A Short Note on their Legal and Institutional Context

Martin Khull Kholwald: Early Modern Land and Credit Markets in the Duchy of Styria, c. 1550-c. 1700. The Influence of Interest Rates, Civil Law and “Informal Institutions” on the Price of Land

Eline Van Onacker: Small but Significant. The Micro-level Functioning of Markets for Land and Credit in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries (The Campine area, Low Countries)

 Friday 25 April 2014 11.00 - 13.00

V-10 - RUR09: Private Credit and Social Change in the Countryside.

Network: RuralChair: Gerard Beaur

Organiser: Gerard Beaur         Discussant: Gilles Postel-Vinay

Thomas Brennan: Life and Debt in 18th Century Champagne

Rosa Congost: Becoming Richer through Debt: the Impact of a Reduction of Interest Rates on Humble people (Catalonia, 18th Century)

Ricard Garcia Orallo: Indebted Landlords or Rentiers with a New Strategy? Landlords in Face of the Agrarian Crises of the End of the 19th Century. The Catalan Example

Arlette Schweitz, Beaur Gerard: Standard of Living and Credit in the Brie in 17th and 18th Centuries

 Friday 25 April 2014 14.00 - 16.00

V-11 - RUR10: Becoming Richer, becoming Poorer: the Emergence or Decline of "Middling" Social Groups in the Countryside

Network: RuralChair:  Rosa Congost

Organiser: Rosa Congost        Discussant: Gerard Beaur

Rosa Lluch-Bramon: Becoming Richer in Medieval Catalonia: Unfree Peasants (XIV-XVI Centuries)

Gilles Postel-Vinay: Becoming Richer, becoming Poorer through Inheritance

Enric Saguer, Rosa Ros: Beyond Life Cycles, Inheritance Strategies and the Industrious Revolution. The Rise of a Middling Social Goup in an Ancient Regime Society (Catalonia, 18th Century)

Albert Serramontmany: The Fulfilled Expectations of Farmers: Property Rights, Social Status and Consumer Choices in Catalonia (1750-1850)

 Friday 25 April 2014 16.30 - 18.30

V-12 - RUR11: Budget of  Ie, Family and Household: an Empirical Historical Study for the Paralleling and Contrasting of Regions in Japan and Europe

Network: Rural              Chair: -

Organiser: Moto(yasu) Takahashi          Discussants: Janine Maegraith, Beatrice Moring

Martin Dackling: Reinventing the Lineage: Regulation of Inherited Land in Sweden, 1850-1950

Tine De Moor, Richard Zijdeman: Making the Household Work. Non-kin Deployment as a Survival Strategy in the Early Modern Household (The Netherlands, 18th Century)

Hiroshi Hasebe: The Formation of 'Ie' and the 'Family Budget' in

Judit Klement: The Economic Role of the Family in the Second Half of the 19th Century in Hungary

Craig Muldrew: Household Income and Expenditure in English Labouring Households in the Eighteenth Century

 Saturday 26 April  2014

Saturday 26 April 2014 8.30 - 10.30

V-13 - RUR12: Interdependence among Rural Households: Farm Diaries, Informal Work Groups and Local Networks, 1790s - 1950s

Network: Rural              Chair: Richard W Hoyle

Organiser: Catharine Wilson      Discussant: Richard W Hoyle

Maths Isacson: Co-operation among Peasants in Sweden during Industrialization, 1890 to 1950

Mats Morell: Horizontal and Hierarchical Work Organization Explored in Peasant Diaries: 18th and 19th Century Sweden

Nicholas Van Allen: On the Farm, in the Town, and in the City: Farmers’ Lives and Community in Rural Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada, 1855-1908

Catharine Wilson: The Intersections of Family and Neighbourhood: Understanding the Persistence of Reciprocal Work Using Farm Diaries: Ontario, Canada 1830-1920

 Saturday 26 April 2014 11.00 - 13.00

V-14 - RUR16: Rural Protest

Network: Rural              Chair: Ruth Sandwell

Organiser: Dulce Freire            Organiser: Anton Schuurman

Discussant: -

Oscar Bascuñán Añover: Tax Protests and Rebellions in Rural Spain (1875-1931)

John Bulaitis: The Tithe War in Kent 1925-36: an Example of English Militant Agrarianism

Judith Carbajo: Political Persecution and Repression in Rural Galicia under the Franco Regime

Antonio Herrera, John Markoff: Democracy and Rural World in Contemporary Spain: First Results of an Ongoing Research Project

Tanalis Padilla: Rural Teachers and Political Radicalism in Twentieth Century Mexico

 Saturday 26 April 2014 14.00 - 16.00

V-15 - RUR14: Global Agro-Food Histories

Network: Rural              Chair: Peer Vries

Organiser: Ernst Langthaler                   Discussant: -

Benoit Daviron: An Ecological History of Fats used in Europe Since 1800

Ernst Langthaler: Food or Feed? Soybeans in a Globalizing World since 1870

Martine Napoléone: Between the Local and the Global: which Reconfiguration within the Dairy Production Basin? A Comparative Analysis from North to South Case-Studies

Rudolph Ng: Sweetness for the World. Chinese Coolies and Sugar Production in 19th Century Latin America

 Saturday 26 April 2014 16.30 - 18.30

V-16 - RUR15: Lobbies and Agrarian Organizations in Europe (19th and 20th Centuries)

Network: Rural  Chair: -

Organiser: Jordi Planas            Discussant: -

Juan Pan-Montojo: Aristocratic Landowners and Mass Politics: National Agrarian Associations in Europe, 1870-1940

Jordi Planas: Winegrowers' Lobbies in France and Spain in Early Twentieth Century

Gloria Sanz Lafuente: Food Control and Lobbies. Germany and Spain in Comparative Perspective. (End of the 1870s to the First Third of the 20th Century)

 Pour en savoir plus : https://esshc.socialhistory.org/esshc-user/program/?room=50

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