Rural History 2015

Panel sessions

 

Panel Sessions
Panel 2: The rise of agribusiness in the second half of the 20th century [+] 1.3
Panel 3: Transnational networks, institutions and models in the shaping of national agrarian questions and agendas (1870-1940) [+] 2.3
Panel 4: Use of GIS in Agricultural and Landscape History: balance and perspectives [+] 2.5, 3.5
Panel 5: Land Reform: from the State to the Village, or the Village to the State? [+] 2.7, 3.7
Panel 6: The role of technology in the expansion of the High Middle Ages [+] 1.4
Panel 8: Technical change in agriculture, XIX-XX centuries [+] 2.2, 3.2
Panel 9: Rural servants: comparisons and contrasts [+] 6.1, 7.1
Panel 10: Rural cooperatives and their relationship with the State [+] 4.1, 5.1
Panel 11: Women and Daily Life in Medieval and Early Modern Rural Society I and II [+] 2.1, 8.5
Panel 12: Gender, labour and wartime agriculture in the 20th century [+] 12.4
Panel 13: The impact of extreme weather events on farming and the countryside with special reference to the twentieth century. [+] 3.4
Panel 14: Transforming the countryside and rural life? Rural electrification in Canada, Sweden and England [+] 11.5
Panel 15: Land reform programs in Europe in the 18th-20th centuries: a comparative perspective [+] 4.2, 5.2
Panel 16: Economic clusters of agriculture industries, 19th and 20th centuries [+] 4.7, 5.7
Panel 17: Crises and Changes in the European Countryside: Challenges, Achievements and Doubts of the International Research Network CRICEC (2012-2015) [+] 3.1
Panel 18: The provision of poor relief in rural Europe [+] 1.5
Panel 19: Wine: consumption, production and trade in the modern world (19th and 20th centuries) [+] 1.6
Panel 20: The making and the diffusion of agricultural progress in Europe (1760-1870) [+] 5.5
Panel 21: Ideologies and doctrines of the peasant and folk parties and movements in Europe [+] 1.7
Panel 22: Integrated peasant economy: the uplands of Europe compared [+] 6.4, 7.4
Panel 23: To go where the grass is greener - the crossing of geographical and administrative borders in an agricultural context [+] 6.2, 7.2
Panel 24: Storage of Staple Food and Commercial Networks from the late Middle Ages to the Twentieth Century [+] 6.8, 7.8
Panel 25: Feeding and Starving the Nation in WWI [+] 5.4
Panel 26: Post-war agricultural rationalization and the welfare state [+] 2.6
Panel 27: Survival strategies in the early modern European countryside [+] 2.4
Panel 28: Accountable commons. Rural communities and accounting records in historical perspective [+] 8.3
Panel 29: Rural elites in medieval and early modern Europe [+] 8.7,9.7
Panel 31: Neither elite nor poor. Middle classes and social change in countryside in historical perspective [+] 8.4, 9.4
Panel 32: Land and natural resources appropriation and re-appropriation, and their dynamics, 16th-20th centuries [+] 10.1, 11,1
Panel 33: Inequality in rural societies of the 19th and 20th centuries: approaches from a biophysical perspective [+] 10.3
Panel 34: Conceptions of Space and Time: Some Insights in the village [+] 8.1, 9.1
Panel 35: Pre-industrial agriculture between nature and society: the handling of stress and crises of local levels [+] 12.1, 13.1
Panel 36: The Socio-ecological Transition of Mediterranean Agriculture from a soil fertility point of view (1750-2010) [+] 3.3
Panel 37: Looking to the rural comunities from the retable [+] 11.7
Panel 38: The management of natural resources in the medieval Iberian Peninsula. Common institutions? [+] 12.3
Panel 39: The Land Question in retrospective: from colonisation to land grabbing (1700-2014) [+] 6.5
Panel 40: Finding the grain in the sediment: Agricultural production in medieval Belgium’s fertile plain [+] 7.5
Panel 41: Agrarian Virtues in Troubled Times: Food and Wine Production during War and Depression [+] 4.5
Panel 42: The making of the modern dairy chain: an economic and social perspective [+] 8.2, 9.2
Panel 44: Agricultural fairs in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries [+] 10.2, 11.2
Panel 45: Ruralizing Soviet Russia: The Countryside after the End of the Stalinist Period [+] 7.6
Panel 46: Rural Land Markets in Late Medieval and Early Modern Times: Central, Southern and North-Western Europe Compared [+] 4.6
Panel 47: The ‘embellishment of rural life’ in Europe, first half of the 20th century [+] 13.7
Panel 48: Continuity and change in crop diffusion and land uses in early modern period: a quantitative and spatial approach [+] 6.7
Panel 49: Famine and the village society in the context of international comparison: Revisited [+] 7.7
Panel 50: Climatic variability and agriculture during past centuries [+] 4.3
Panel 51: Tropical farming and agricultural knowledge networks in (post)colonial Africa, 1920s-1970s [+] 5.3
Panel 52: Credit and Consumption in the Late Medieval countryside [+] 12.2, 13.2
Panel 53: Globalisation - the midwife of the interventionist state in European and North American agriculture, 1875-1914? [+] 6.3
Panel 54: The Transformation of Religious Practices and Ethnic Landscapes in Rural Latin America [+] 7.3
Panel 55: Transport improvements between city and countryside, Middle Ages-19th century [+] 5.6
Panel 56: Common lands and conflicts: Historical and archaeological perspectives [+] 1.1, 5.8
Panel 57: East Central European Agrarian Elites ca. 1900: between globalization pressure, national identity and economic interest [+] 6.6
Panel 58: The difficulties in renewing the Rural History in Europe. Clichés, stereotypes and historiographical routines, from XVI to XX century [+] 1.2
Panel 59: House, family and Social History. New proposals and lines of research in the rural Europe, from XVI to XIX century [+] 12.6, 13.6
Panel 60: Rural Citizens: representations of people and politics in the 20th century [+] 4.4
Panel 61: Comparative rural history of the North Sea area: how meaningful are syntheses? [+] 13.4
Panel 62: Rural Home Fronts: Women's work, voluntary action and wartime experience [+] 10.5
Panel 63: The blurred boundaries between town and countryside in pre-modern Europe [+] 10.4, 11.4
Panel 64: Citizens and Corporations: Equalities and Inequalities on the efinition of the Land Property in the liberal State in Latin America (s. XIX-XX)D [+] 10.8, 11.8
Panel 65: Contract choice and rural history [+] 11.6
Panel 66: FAO actions in the rural peripheries of Europe [+] 9.6
Panel 67: The creation of national parks in England [+] 9.5
Panel 68: Rural pluralities in Europe. Histories from the countryside since the Interwar years [+] 8.6
Panel 69: Appraising the Rural History of the United States [+] 10.6
Panel 70: Social, political and economic agency in 19th century rural Europe: histories of children and women [+] 9.3
Panel 72: Open subject panel [+] 3.6, 10.7
Panel 73: Student panel [+] 11.3, 12.5, 13.5

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