Programme

Showing: room F416 (all days)
Tue 11 June
    11.00 - 12.30
    14.00 - 15.30

Wed 12 June
    09.00 - 10.30
    11.00 - 12.30
    14.00 - 15.30
    16.00 - 17.30

Thu 13 June
    09.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 12.30
    14.00 - 15.30
    16.00 - 17.30

Fri 14 June
    09.00 - 17.00

All days
Tuesday 11 June 2024 14.00 - 15.30
F416 -2 MIL1 Visual sources, material artefacts and military labour
SAL 32.5
Network: Military Labour History Chair: J. Kim
Organizers: - Discussants: -
B. Blum : Propaganda and Emotions: Official and private visual sources on British military families and military labour in war and peace, 1955-2019
C. de Matos : Visualising Domestic and Military Masculinities in the Work of Military Occupation
L. McDonnell : Seeing Early Modern Battle Anew: Warwork in the paintings of Pieter Snayers
O. Siitonen : Euphemisms and Passive Tense as a Means for De-visualising Narratives of Wartime Violence
A. Touloumtzidis : The Image of the Balkan Civilian Labourer at the Service of Armée d’Orient in the Macedonian Front: Photographs and propaganda in the British press during the First World War



Wednesday 12 June 2024 09.00 - 10.30
F416 -3 MIL2 Military labour in the early modern era
SAL 32.5
Network: Military Labour History Chair: A. Touloumtzidis
Organizers: - Discussants: -
F. Ansani : What is Military Labour? Evidence from the Italian Renaissance
J. Björklund : Mutiny and Discontent in the Swedish army 1605 – 1617
E. Larsson : Naval Officers as Merchant Skippers and Merchant Skippers as Naval Officers: The officers of the Swedish archipelago fleet 1756-1824
P. Nath : Military Labour and the Nature of the Mughal Empire
M. Neuding Skoog : Swedish Recruitment Agents on the German Military Market in 1543



Wednesday 12 June 2024 11.00 - 12.30
F416 -4 MIL3 Nations, states and empires: Military labour, gender, race and identity I
SAL 32.5
Network: Military Labour History Chair: O. Siitonen
Organizers: - Discussants: -
H. Droessler : Solomon Islanders “Going G.I. in the Matter of Clothes”: Taking Another Look at the Visual Archive of the Battle of Guadalcanal
P. Johansson, F. S. a. S. Strand : Military Conscription, Settler-Colonialism and Discrimination of the Sami People in 1900s Sweden
J. Lande : ‘To Go See My Relations’: Deserting Black soldiers and the negotiation of military labour, emancipation, and masculinity during the US Civil War
P. Pevetmi Amza : Participation in Military Service in the Premodern African armies: Case study of the royal Bamoun army between 1517 and 1813
S. Schiavone : The Utilisation of Scottish officers and Troops in the Swedish Military Apparatus during the Northern Twenty-five Years War
S. S. Ashraf : Metamorphosis of Weapon Makers from the Mughal regime to the British Indian Army
S. Strand, P. J. e. F. Sundevall : Military Conscription, Settler-Colonialism and Discrimination of the Sami People in 1900s Sweden
F. Sundevall, P. J. e. S. Strand : Military Conscription, Settler-Colonialism and Discrimination of the Sami People in 1900s Sweden
P. Wawrzeniuk : The Final Destination: The Royal Institution for Disabled Veterans in Ulriksdal, 1821–1849



Wednesday 12 June 2024 14.00 - 15.30
F416 -5 MIL4 Recruitment and refusal in military labour: Gender, race and identity II
SAL 32.5
Network: Military Labour History Chair: C. de Matos
Organizers: - Discussants: -
O. Aura : Planning of Recruiting Women as Military Labour in Finland during the Cold War
K. Bootsma : Voluntary Women and Involuntary Men: Gender, military labour and discussions on voluntary conscription for women in contemporary Dutch history
J. Kim : ‘Holidays on Duty’: Pan Am female flight Attendants’ service labour for R&R Soldiers during the Vietnam War
L. Robinson : The Masculinity of Refusal: World War I US conscientious objectors and the spectre of maligned manhood
M. Tsirtsikou : Civil workers and gendering military labour through the case study of the Military Clothing-Footwear Factory (MF 700) at Piraeus (1909-1951)



Thursday 13 June 2024 11.00 - 12.30
F416 -8 MAR1 LIBERALIZATION AND MARITIME LABOUR
SAL 32.5
Network: Maritime Labour History Chairs: -
Organizer: J. Ibarz Discussants: -
J. Cousin : The Impacts of Liberalization on Colonial Seamen (1925-1944)
D. Dominguez Cabrera : Slavery, dock labour and racialisation in Cuba (18th-19th c.)
P. M. Antón : Pilots of Navigation in Barcelona: A database of Names and Voyages of the second half of the XIX Century.
S. Srougo : Port Labor and Wartime Struggles: Jewish Workers of Thessaloniki During the Greek-Italian Campaign (1940-1941)



Thursday 13 June 2024 14.00 - 15.30
F416 -9 MAR2 MARITIME LABOUR AND SOCIAL MOBILITY
SAL 32.5
Network: Maritime Labour History Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
E. Garcia-Domingo, J. I. : “Patronos” of coastal trade and social mobility in the port of Barcelona, 1850-1872.
P. Guimarães : Intergenerational Social Mobility in Portuguese coastal town, 1880s to 1950s
J. Ibarz, E. G. : “Patronos” of coastal trade and social mobility in the port of Barcelona, 1850-1872.
D. Muntané Pueyo, B. J. v. : The maritime “patronos” of Tarragona, Spain, during the nineteenth century: a look at the of the elites of the merchant marine, fishing, and port labor.
E. Page : From artisans to industrialists: the socio-economic mobility of ropemakers and sailmakers in Barcelona
B. von Briesen, D. M. : The maritime “patronos” of Tarragona, Spain, during the nineteenth century: a look at the of the elites of the merchant marine, fishing, and port labor.


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