PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

Poniższa lista zawiera sesje zaakceptowane przez Zgromadzenie Ogólne ICHS w Moskwie we wrześniu 2017 roku. Kilka dodatkowych sesji zostanie przyjętych w wyniku dodatkowego naboru aplikacji (do 31 stycznia 2019). Lista nie zawiera sesji organizowanych przez międzynarodowe organizacje historyczne (komisje, towarzystwa, komitety) afiliowane przy CISH. W nawiasach podano jedynie nazwisko osoby do kontaktu.

 

 

 Major Themes (3)

  • Intertwined pathways: animals and human histories (Regina Horta Duarte, Brazil)
  • Memory – Archeology – Identity: The Construction of Identity on the Antiquities (Tanja Itgenshorst, Switzerland)
  • Towards a Balanced Historical Knowledge: State and Nation in a Comparative Perspective – Paradigms of Investigation, Narratives, Explications (Tomasz Schramm, Poland)

Specialized Themes (30)

  • Appeasing the Civil Wars in the Greco-Roman World (Luca Fezzi, Italy)
  • Cities and Citizens: Constructing Identity, Shaping Modernity (Andrew J. May, Australia)
  • Courage and Dictatorships: Cultures of Dissent, Cultures of Control in the 20th Century (Sandor Horváth, Hungary)
  • Court and Courtiers in the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean (Ignazio Tantillo, Italy)
  • Crime and Politics: the Cultural Construction of the Social Enemy (18th-21st Centuries) (Francesco Benigno, Italy)
  • Do Continents Exist? (Lex Heerma Van Voss, Netherlands)
  • Ecrire l’histoire de l’Indianocéanie (Yvan Combeau, France)
  • Empire, System Building and Society Administration in Ancient World (Hao Chunwen, China)
  • Gendered Work, Gendered Struggles: Women’s Activism at the Work-place in Long-term and Comparative Perspective (Susan Zimmermann, Hungary/Austria)
  • Holy Virgins and Blessed Rulers: Eastern and Western Perspectives (4th-6th Centuries) (Rita Lizzi, Italy)
  • Is a Conceptual and Historian History of Science Possible (12th-17th Century)?/Peut-on faire de l’histoire conceptuelle et « historienne » de la science (XIIe-XVIIe siècle)? (Nicolas Weill-Parot, France)
  • L’histoire du mot dans le vocabulaire politique et social (Jean-Pierre Deschodt, France)
  • Les Parlements transnationaux dans leur évolution historique après la Deuxième Guerre mondiale: limites et perspectives (Maria Sofia Corciulo, Italy)
  • Living for Terror, Living with Terrorism (Armando Pitassio, Italy)
  • Man and Nature. Between Destruction and Creation (Tadeusz Janicki, Poland)
  • Medical Knowledge, Technology, Research Networks of Tropical Medicine and the Political History of East Asia and Southeast Asia after the WW2 (Wataru Ijima, Japan)
  • Medieval Urbanism in a Real and Imaginary Space of a Present-day Town (Pavel Uvarov Russia)
  • Migration and Socio-political Innovation. Comparing Historical Case Studies (Francesca Falk, Switzerland)
  • Modern imaginaries (re)built in Contemporary Americas – Connected Histories Approaches (Gabriela Pellegrino Soares, Brazil)
  • National Self-determination and Colonialism in the Aftermath of World War I (Roisin Healy, Ireland)
  • New Trends in the History of Human Biological Diversity (Ana Carolina Vimieiro Gomes, Brazil)
  • Resilience as a New Paradigm in Historical Sciences (Lukas Clemens, Germany)
  • Shared Spaces, Conflicting Memories? Interreligious lieux de mémoire (Ferenc Toth, Hungary)
  • State Formation and Economic Development in the Long-term Perspective (Matti Hainnikainen, Finland)
  • The Councils and the Churches: History of an Institution between Texts, Ideas and Practices (Alberto Melloni, Italy)
  • The Industrial Revolution and the Rise of the Modern World: A New Environmental Perspective (Terje Tvedt, Norway)
  • The Saints of Rome. Diffusion and Reception of their Cults from Late Antiquity to the Modern Period (300-2000) (Marianne Saghy, Hungary)
  • Through the Ocean: the Ibero-American Empires and the Circulation of Goods, People and Ideas (Junia Furtado, Brazil)
  • Transnational Agents. Interwar Intellectuals of the Right: Networks, Circulations and Exchanges across South Europe and Latin America (Anarita Gori, Italy)
  • World War Two and the Rebuilding of International Order (Lan Xu, China)

Round Tables (20)

  • Borders and Borderlands: the Slavdom over the Centuries – Culture and Society (Monika Saczyńska, Poland)
  • Current Tendencies in Medieval Economic History (Germán Navarro Espinach, Spain)
  • Disciplined Dissent: Political Recognition and Forms of Negotiation Beyond the Public Sphere. Some Case Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Europe (11th to 17th Centuries) (Fabrizio Titone, Spain)
  • Dynastic Loyalties, Multinational Loyalties, and National Loyalties within Imperial Armies (18-21 Centuries) (Ioan Bolovan, Romania)
  • Encounters and Concurrences: New Theoretical and Methodological Developments in Global History (Stefan Amirell, Sweden)
  • From Gender as an Useful Category to Anti-Genderism (Maria Bucur, USA)
  • International Law and History in East Central Europe (Stefan Troebst, Germany)
  • Les élites nobiliaires et la promotion de l’industrie en Europe des XVIIIe-XXe siècles (Marcela Efmertová, Czech Republic)
  • Limits to Free Expression about the Past (Antoon de Baets, the Netherlands)
  • Liquid Roads through Europe. Historical Aspects and Contemporary Projections (Raviola Blythe Alice, Italy)
  • Los lugares de la memoria en el mundo (Veronica Zarate, Mexico)
  • Medieval History and the Great War: Historiography and Politics (Alexandru Simon, Romania)
  • Mediterranean as an area of Intercivilizational Exchange in Modern Epoch (Aleksander Tchoudinov, Russia)
  • Multiculturalism and Coexistence: Ethnicities and Religions in the Medieval Mediterranean (Angel Galan Sanchez, Spain)
  • Reassessing Historical Methodology: the Value of Experience in Historical Knowledge (Veronica Tozzi, Argentina)
  • Rescuing and Preserving Historical Documents and Materials during and after Natural Disasters (Hiroaki Ozawa, Japan)
  • The Holy See and the Revolutions of the 19th and 20th Centuries (Emilia Hrabovec, Vatikan)
  • The Woman and Global Migration (Zlatica Zudova-Leskova, Czech Republic)
  • Theorizing Historical Culture (Antonis Liakos and Alexandra Lianeri, Greece)
  • Transnational Histories of the Political (Pertti Ahonen, Finland)

Joint Sessions (15)

  • Biographies de savants du XVIe-XXe: genres, enjeux, écritures, usage (Chantal Grell, France/Poland)
  • Civilians in the War. Women, Children, Refugees and Prisoners of War on the Eastern Front (Ana Victoria Sima and Ioan Bolovan, Romania)
  • Doing Comparisons and Social Change (Angelika Epple, Germany)
  • Exploring Nordic Colonialism (Johan Höglund, Sweden)
  • Family Memory and Intergenerational Transmission of the Past (Radmila Slabakova Slovakia/Czech Republic)
  • Histoire et vérité: la fabrique du procès/History and Truth: the Making-of Trials) (Audrey Kichelewski, France)
  • Le Second Empire, bilan et renouveau historiographique (Dominique Barjot, France)
  • ‘Modernization’ and ‘modernity’ in the History of History Education (Susanne Popp, Germany)
  • Pouvoir, autorité, religion et identité dans l’Europe médiévale (Xe-XIVe siècle): Occident et royaumes de l’Europe centrale (Jerzy Pysiak, Poland)
  • Revolutionary Nationalism in a Global Perspective (Yamazaki Koichi, Japan)
  • Sources of Historiographical Methodology in East Asia and Europe (Eiji Takemura, Japan)
  • Stepfamilies: the Making and Remaking of Families over Five Centuries (16th-20th Centuries) (Gabriela Erdélyi, Hungary)
  • The History of World Heritage Activities: Origins, Concepts and Actions/L’histoire des activités pour le Patrimoine mondial: Origines, concepts et actions (Poul Duedhal, Denmark)
  • The Publishing of History/Éditer l’histoire (Martyn Lyons, Australia)
  • Uneasiness with Minorities throughout the 20th Century? Lessons from East Central Europe Compared (Jan Kuklik, Czech Republic)

Evening Sessions (3)

  • The Global Sixties (Martin Klimke, USA)
  • The Near East at the Crossroads of the Civilizations (Edvard Danyelyan, Armenia)
  • Religion and Politics in Historical Perspective (Tinatin Karosanidze, Georgia)