Rural History 2015

Panel 73

Title: Student panel

 

Papers (part I)

Chair: Gerard Béaur

Paper 1: The peasant’s tableware: modelling the consumption of pottery in the rural surroundings of the city of Valencia in the later middle ages [+]

Luis Almenar Fernández, University of València, Spain

Paper 2: The lordship of Montecassino in the late thirteenth century: a rural lordship between abbots’ expressions of power and community development [+]

Elisabetta Graziani, Università degli Studi Roma Tre, Italia

Paper 3: “The kingdom of Siena”: the construction of the Dogana of Paschi and the development of transhumance in Maremma (mid 14th – early 15th centuries) [+]

Cristoferi Davide, University of Siena, Italy

 

Papers (part II)

Chair: Jackeline Velazco

Paper 4: Influence of Social and Economic Changes in Fertility Control: an analysis of rural Spain based on microdata (16th-21st centuries)

Francisco Marco, University of Zaragoza, Spain

Paper 5: Growing up in a Moravian village in the second half of the eighteenth century [+]

Vera Slovakova, Masaryk University, Czech Republic

Paper 6: Enclosures in nineteenth-century Catalonia [+]

Lluís Serrano, Universitat de Girona, Spain

Paper 7: Social dynamics, historical change and living standards. The district of Besalú, 1750-1850 [+]

Albert Serramontmany, University of Girona, Spain

 

Papers (part III)

Paper 8: Anti-Soviet Implications of Religious Opposition: A Case of ‘Recalcitrant’ Rural Communities in Eastern Galicia (1950s-1960s) [+]

Kateryna Budz, National University of ‘Kyiv-Mohyla Academy’, Kyiv, Ukraine, and Guest Researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology (Halle/Saale, Germany)

Paper 9: The Regulation of the Cheese Market in 20th-Century Switzerland

Dorothee Ryser, University of Basel, Switzerland

Paper 10: Framing the Dutch Landscape [+]

Peter Veer, University of Amsterdam (UvA), Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision (BenG) Hilversum, The Netherlands

Paper 11: Farming Modernization in Spain: Architecture, Productivity and Teaching.

Félix Zarzuelo Peláez, Universidad de Valladolid, Spain

 

Suggested deadline for sending completed papers 31 july 2015

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