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Queer History Conference 2019, 16.-18.06.2019, San Francisco [REMINDERIN]

Dienstag, Mai 21st, 2019

Committee on LGBT History and the GLBT Historical Society (Web)

Venue: San Francisco
Time: June 16 to 18, 2019

Historians, educators, and activists share, discuss, and debate the newest directions and developments in the histories of same-sex sexuality, trans identity, and gender non-conformity.

Full Programme (Web)

Selection of panels for an impression of the richness of the programme

  • Trans as a (Historical) Category
  • Sex and Sexual Identities in Mexico and Peru, 16th-20th Centuries
  • Fashioning Lesbian Identities in 20th-Century Australia and Poland
  • Queer Pornography in 20th-Century Mexico
  • Reclamation & Resistance: The Making of Grassroots QTPOC Histories
  • Finding Friendship in Queer Histories
  • Radical Queer Activism in the Bay Area, 1969-1999
  • Anthropology, Psychiatry, Sexology: Expert Discourse in 19th- and 20th-Century Germany and the US
  • Queer Youth Struggles for Recognition in the 1970s Repaired by Therapy: Queer Religion and Health in Modern America, 1880-1980
  • Queer Bodies, Representations, and Spaces in Mexico City, 1950-1990
  • Queer Colonials: Male Same-Sex Sexuality, Intimacy, and Desire Across the British Empire Before 1850
  • Representing Queer Sexuality in 18th- and 19th-Century France
  • Queer Histories of Human Rights
  • Mythologizing the Queer Past. Read more … (Web)

CfP: Welfare State and Violence: Comparative Perspectives on Western and Eastern Europe since the 1950s (Event: 01/2020, Konstanz); DL: 03.06.2019

Donnerstag, Mai 9th, 2019

Chair of East European History, University of Konstanz; Pavel Kolar and Rory Archer

Time: 23.-25.01.2020
Venue: Konstanz
Proposals by: 03.06.2019

This conference explores the role of state violence in European ‘peaceful times’ from the mid-1950s to the turn of the century, seeking to take issue with the optimistic accounts according to which violence was gradually disappearing during this period.

Our overall goal is to develop a comparative perspective on the transformation of state power across the Iron Curtain through the lens of violence. The conference will challenge the fact that three decades after the fall of the Iron Curtain a great deal of history writing continues to use the bipolar Cold War perspective (East and West, Democracy and Dictatorship etc.). The organizers contention is that the differences in the ways that state domination was justified should not hinder comparison, as even dictatorships require a legal framework and some degree of legitimacy.

The conference seeks to trace and bring to the surface modes of domination that have often remained outside the success story of the peaceful second half of the 20th century, but in fact continue to have a crucial impact on contemporary Europe. The organizers will attempt to weave the scattered research on past European violence into a more coherent picture that has the potential to substantially affect the debates on the memory of the 20th century. Read more and source … (Web).

Symposium: Familien-Bilder: Lebensgemeinschaften und Kino, 08.-12.05.2019, Bremen [REMINDERIN]

Freitag, April 26th, 2019

24. Internationales Bremer Symposium zum Film:  ZeMKI Universität Bremen, AG Geschichte Lateinamerikas; FB 8 und AG Filmwissenschaft; FB 9 CITY 46; Kommunalkino Bremen e.V. (Web)

Ort: Bremen
Zeit: 08.-12.05.2019
Anmeldung bis: 05.05.2019

Im Zentrum des diesjährigen Bremer Filmsymposiums stehen alte und neue Formen des Zusammenlebens. Seit seinen Anfängen reflektiert das Kino das Leben in Gemeinschaften: Neben klassischen Familienkonstellationen, ihrem Zerfall und ihrer Wiedergeburt finden sich dort familiäre Wohngemeinschaften und queere Lebensformen. Familien sind aber auch Arbeits- und Produktionsgemeinschaften, die Filme und Kino hervorbringen – Film und Leben als gemeinschaftliche Praxis miteinander verbinden. Film und Kino sind dabei zugleich Experimentierfelder, Reflexionsorte und Heterotopien („Andere Räume“, Foucault 1992), die aus der Enge von gegebenen Familien herausführen und neue Gemeinschaften begründen.

Neben dem Fokus auf die romantische Paarfindung hat das Kino immer auch Bilder von Familien präsentiert. Diese zeigen Familien sowohl als historisch gewachsene Zusammenhänge von Kultur und Gesellschaft als auch als Konstruktion oder Stereotypen spezifischer Ideologien, Ikonologien und Denkmuster. Der Variantenreichtum dieser Familien-Bilder hat insbesondere im jüngeren Filmschaffen dazu beigetragen, dominante Modelle der Kleinfamilie nicht nur der westlichen Welt wie auch die damit häufig verbundenen biologisch determinierten Verwandtschaften zu reflektieren, zu kritisieren und infrage zu stellen. Alternative, queere oder „diasporische“ Formen des Zusammenlebens und … weiterlesen und Quelle (Web).

Conference: Handling the body, taking control: Technologies of the gendered body, 23.-25.05.2019, Maó/Spain

Donnerstag, April 11th, 2019

10th European Spring School on History of Science and Popularization (ESS); Montserrat Cabré (Univ. de Cantabria) and Teresa Ortiz-Gómez (Univ. de Granada) (Web)

Venue: Institut Menorqui d’Estudis, Mao; Balearic Islands, Spain
Time: 23.-25.05.2019

The aim of the 10th ESS is to encompass a diversity of themes around the axis of the historical construction of the gendered body as a locus of both empowerment and disempowerment and the place of the natural philosophical and biomedical disciplines in shaping the political and subjective dimensions of human experience.

The School is particularly concerned with exploring how diverse intellectual and social movements have struggled to gain authority and cultural hegemony over women’s bodies by way of defining sexual difference and the gendered body.

Keynotes

  • Delphine Gardey (Geneva): Science as usual? A gendered reading of Masters and Johnson’s Laboratory and Clinic of Orgasm, U.S. 1950-1970
  • Barbara Orland (Basel): From humours to hydraulics. The gendered body in anatomy, experimental physiology and medical practice, 1630-1770
  • María Jesús Santesmases (Madrid): The reproductive body and the public fetus: Pregnancy, visual cultures and the origins of medical genetics, 1960s-1970s
  • Agata Ignaciuk (Warsaw): Abortion “cultures”: politics, activism and experiences in the Cold war era

Preliminary programme and more … (Web)

Source: H-Net Notifications

CfP: Health, Care and the Emotions (Event, 09/2019, London); DL: 01.05.2019 [REMINDERIN]

Donnerstag, April 11th, 2019

Surgery and Emotions University of Roehampton, London (Web)

Venue: University of Roehampton
Time: 03.-05.09.2019
Proposals by: 01.05.2019

The ‚emotional turn‘ has well and truly arrived. In the last few years, scholars across a range of disciplines in the humanities and social sciences have been paying increasing attention to the role that emotions play, and have played, in the elaboration of the self, in structuring interactions with others, and in shaping social and cultural norms and values. Nowhere does this attention to the power of the emotions have greater potential for enhancing our understanding than in the sphere of health and care. Caring for ourselves and others in times of illness and/or vulnerability can be one of the most emotionally rewarding, but also one of the most emotionally challenging, of experiences.

This conference seeks to draw together scholars from a range of disciplinary backgrounds to discuss what we can learn about health and care by paying attention to the role of emotions. The principal research interest of the organisers concerns the sphere of medicine and healthcare, but they hope to hear from scholars interested in other aspects of care, including social care, familial care and self-care. The organisers particularly welcome proposals for papers and panels touching on topics including, but not limited to:

Symposium: Familien-Bilder: Lebensgemeinschaften und Kino, 08.-12.05.2019, Bremen

Mittwoch, April 10th, 2019

24. Internationales Bremer Symposium zum Film:  ZeMKI Universität Bremen, AG Geschichte Lateinamerikas; FB 8 und AG Filmwissenschaft; FB 9 CITY 46; Kommunalkino Bremen e.V. (Web)

Ort: Bremen
Zeit: 08.-12.05.2019
Anmeldung bis: 05.05.2019

Im Zentrum des diesjährigen Bremer Filmsymposiums stehen alte und neue Formen des Zusammenlebens. Seit seinen Anfängen reflektiert das Kino das Leben in Gemeinschaften: Neben klassischen Familienkonstellationen, ihrem Zerfall und ihrer Wiedergeburt finden sich dort familiäre Wohngemeinschaften und queere Lebensformen. Familien sind aber auch Arbeits- und Produktionsgemeinschaften, die Filme und Kino hervorbringen – Film und Leben als gemeinschaftliche Praxis miteinander verbinden. Film und Kino sind dabei zugleich Experimentierfelder, Reflexionsorte und Heterotopien („Andere Räume“, Foucault 1992), die aus der Enge von gegebenen Familien herausführen und neue Gemeinschaften begründen.

Neben dem Fokus auf die romantische Paarfindung hat das Kino immer auch Bilder von Familien präsentiert. Diese zeigen Familien sowohl als historisch gewachsene Zusammenhänge von Kultur und Gesellschaft als auch als Konstruktion oder Stereotypen spezifischer Ideologien, Ikonologien und Denkmuster. Der Variantenreichtum dieser Familien-Bilder hat insbesondere im jüngeren Filmschaffen dazu beigetragen, dominante Modelle der Kleinfamilie nicht nur der westlichen Welt wie auch die damit häufig verbundenen biologisch determinierten Verwandtschaften zu reflektieren, zu kritisieren und infrage zu stellen. Alternative, queere oder „diasporische“ Formen des Zusammenlebens und … weiterlesen und Quelle (Web).

CfP: Domestic production and work in poor British homes, c. 1650-1850 (Event, 09/2019, Derby/UK); DL: 30.04.2019

Montag, April 8th, 2019

Organiser: Joseph Harley, University of Derby

Time: 12 September 2019
Venue: University of Derby, UK
Proposals by: 30 April 2019

  • Keynote Speaker: John Styles, University of Hertfordshire

In recent decades the ‘home’ has come to the forefront of historical investigations. Domestic production and work, such as spinning and farming, has received some renewed attention as part of this, yet there remain gaps in the literature and issues that need addressing.

Our most detailed understanding of the domestic sphere comes from studies of the middling sort and elite, and much less research has been conducted on the domestic activities of the poor, who (defined in their broadest sense) made up well over half of the contemporary population. There has been something of a growth in the study of the poorer sorts over the past decade, but more is still needed. For example, domestic work such as spinning and farming has been subject to historical study for long periods of time; however they are often considered almost in isolation of other activities, while other forms of production such as brewing and baking have not received quite the same attention. This is surprising considering that being involved in myriad activities was crucial for many to make ends meet.

This conference aims to address these issues by bringing speakers together who research a diverse range of domestic work. This will allow … read more and source (Web).