ESSHC: European Social Science History Conference 2021

 

The ESSHC goes digital from march 24 to march 27, 2021. This year, it will be a virtual conference. Several members will be present. We look forward to welcoming you to the following sessions

Wednesday, 24 March 2021 16:00 – 17:15

FAM04 Approaching Living Standards using Household Budgets from a Gender Prospective
Network: Family and Demography
Chair: Joana-Maria Pujadas-Mora

Organizer: Luisa Muñoz Abeledo – Discussant: Jane Humphries

  • Cristina Borderias, Luisa Muñoz Abeledo & Xavier Cussó : Family Budgets during the First Third of the Twentieth Century in Urban Spain
  • Corinne Boter : Living Standards and the Household Life-cycle in Netherland
  • Veronica Canal : Welfare Levels in Postwar Times: an Approach using Family Budgets in a North Spanish Port, Gijón, during the First Years of the Franco Dictatorship

Thursday 25 March 2021 11.00 – 12.15
WOM10 Women, Gender and Work in Historical Perspective: an Entrepreneurial Approach

Networks: Labour , Women and Gender
Chair: Katie Barclay

Organizer: Deborah Simonton Discussant: Anne Montenach

  • Anna Bellavitis : A Pig for Carnival or a Husband for Life? How did the Rights Women had – or did not have – in Early Modern Europe Determine their Participation in the Economy?
  • Janine Lanza : Keeping the Books and Rocking the Babies: the Productive and Reproductive Labor of Women in Artisanal Workshops ”
  • Deborah Simonton : ‘Mistress of the Managing Part of it’: Printers in Eighteenth-century Europe

Saturday, 27 March 2021 11:00 – 12:15S

SOC13 Beyond Charity: Economic Aspects Of Welfare Institutions (16th-19th Centuries)


Chair: Natalia Sitja-Mora

Organizer: Montserrat Carbonell , Céline Mutos-Xicola

  • Jesus Agua de la Roza “Charitable Institutions, Social Capital and Labor Market in Madrid during the 18th Century: the Case of the Colegio de los Desamparados”.
  • Céline Mutos-Xicola “Knitting Prosperity? An Approach from Some Spanish Poorhouses”.
  • Joana Pinho “The City as an Asset: the Properties of the Royal Hospital of All Saint in Lisbon during the 16th Century”

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