ESSHC Glasgow

11.04.2012 - 08:30
14.04.2012 - 18:30

9th European Social Science History Conference Glasgow (ESSHC)

Glasgow University

Wednesday, 11 April 2012, 11.00 - 13.00
Panel V-2 - ETH02: Remembrance of Migrations and Cultural Diversity in Europe: Museums and the Public Space
Maths Building: 416

Network: Ethnicity and Migration
Chair: Lavinia Stan
Discussant: Lavinia Stan

  • Christoph Rass: What Have we Done to Armando Rodrigues?
  • Christiane Hintermann: Migration Memory Gap: Searching for Lieux de Mémoire of Migration in Public Space in Vienna/Austria
  • Laurence Gourievidis: Remembrance of 19thC Highland Migration in Scotland: The Making of Transnational Memories
  • Christina Johansson: Swedish Museums, Migration and Cultural Diversity – Contacts and Conflicts in the Production of Exhibitions and Events
     
Wednesday, 11 April 2012, 14.00 - 16.00
M-3 - WOR10: Humanitarianism and the Media, 1900-1930
Main Building: Melville

Network: World History
Network: Labour
Organiser: Volker Barth
Organiser: Daniel Roger Maul
Chair: Thomas Lindenberger
Discussant: Thomas Lindenberger

  • Volker Barth: The San Francisco Earthquake and Fire of 1906: Humanitarian Intervention, the Local Press, and the World Communication Order
  • Daniel Roger Maul Selling: "Red" Relief - American and British Quakers and Famine Relief in the Soviet Union 1921-
  • Carl Emil Vogt: Fridtjof Nansen's Humanitarianism and the Media
  • Friederike Kind-Kovács: Picturing the Poor Child: Photography as Social Politics of (Trans)national Child Philanthropy in Interwar Hungary
     
Thursday, 12 April 2012, 8.30 - 10.30
R-5 - POL22: Making and Unmaking of Border Populations
Maths Building: 203

Network: Politics, Citizenship and Nations
Network: Ethnicity and Migration
Network: Oral History
Chair: Libora Oates-Indruchova
Discussant: Thomas Lindenberger

  • Dariusz Stola: Social space and state frontiers: migrations from communist Poland to Germanies and Israel
  • Muriel Blaive: Changing Generational Identities on the Hungarian-Slovak Border
  • Astrid M. Eckert: The East of the West: The Making of West Germany‘s Borderlands
  • Alena Pfoser: The Meaning of the Border in Life-story Narratives of Russians Living in Narva, Estonia
     
Thursday, 12 April 2012, 14.00 - 16.00
O-7 - ORA09: Czech Oral History
JWS Room J355 (J10)

Network: Oral History
Chair: Bea Lewkowicz

  • Pavel Mücke: Looking for Roots of Oral History in Czech Republic: A Short Analytical Outline of Czech Oral History Projects 1996–2011
  • Miroslav Vanek: Encounters and Passings. Czech Oral History in Global Perspective.
  • Anna Kopecka: Turbulent History of Czech Sociology in the Period of Communist Regime in the Narratives of the Contemporaries
  • Libora Oates-Indruchova: Nostalgia Forbidden: Ethics and the Narrative Voice in Presenting Politically Marginalized and Controversial Recollections