Konferenz-Kalender

23.-24. Februar 2017

"Acting Together: Political and Economic Spaces of Collective Action in Modern Rural Europe, ca. 1850-2000"

Veranstalter: Dr. Anette Schlimm, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München. Junior Researcher in Residence des CAS der LMU im WS 2016/17

Ort: München, Center for Advanced Studies der LMU München

The workshop provides the opportunity to present case studies of collective action in rural Europe and discuss them in the light of more general questions.

24.-25. März 2017

"Biodiversity and its Histories"

Veranstalter: Helen Anne Curry (Department of History & Philosophy of Science, University of Cambridge); Paul White (Darwin Correspondence Project, University of Cambridge)

Ort: University of Cambridge, Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities, UK

The conference will bring together scholars and researchers in ecology, biology, geography, anthropology, cultural history, and history and philosophy of science. The organizers will draw on what is already a rich body of historical research on hybridity and exchange, habitat and distribution, civilization and extinction from the eighteenth century onwards, and will seek to broaden and deepen this genealogy.

Direkt zum Call for papers.

3.-4. April 2017

"Agricliometrics III. Quantitative Approaches to Rural, Agricultural and Environmental History"

Ort: Magdalene College, University of Cambridge

Veranstalter: Francisco Beltrán Tapia (University of Cambridge), Giovanni Federico (University of Pisa), Vicente Pinilla (University of Zaragoza) and Patrick Svensson (Lund University)

This conference aims to offer scholars working on quantitative rural, agricultural and natural resources  history (and related issues) an opportunity to discuss their work in progress.

Der CFP ist archiviert beim Rural History Newsletter

4.-5. April 2017

"Threatened, forgotten and lost foods. Causes and mechanisms of their decline 14th - 21st centuries"

Veranstalter: Corinne Marache, Philippe Meyzie

Ort: Bordeaux, Université de Bordeaux

Within the framework of the TERESMA programme, which is interested in the links between terroirs, territories, spaces and markets both yesterday and today, this conference is therefore focusing on understanding the causes and the mechanisms of the decline of certain products from the 14th to the 21st century.

4.-7. April 2017

"Sachkulturforschung und Museum: 'Wegpacken oder Ausstellen'"

Kommissionstagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Volkskunde

Ort: Kassel

CFP

 

2.-3. Juni 2017

"Agrarian Reform and Resistance in an ‘Age of Globalization’: The Euro-American World, 1815-1914"

Ort: National University of Ireland, Galway

The purpose of this conference is to explore the myriad experiences of agrarian reform and resistance that characterized rural regions of Europe and the Americas, whether based on either free or unfree labour, between 1815 and 1914.

CFP

September 2017

"Working in the Countryside: Subsistence, Pluriactivity, Mobility"

Veranstalter: RU-LAV Lavoro e lavoratori rurali (gruppo di lavoro SISLav), Andrea Caracausi (Università di Padova), Pietro Causarano (Università di Firenze), Michele Colucci (ISSM – CNR)

Ort: Mailand

The introduction of the pluriactivity concept marked an important turning point in rural studies. As a wider outlook of research on the countryside led the agricultural world to be more open, the care in the ways of integrating and structuring the different activities allowed to get a new point of view on the ways of socially organizing farming world and its material and symbolical spaces. Furthermore, the subject of pluriactivity has undoubtedly the merit of being in the crossroads of the most recent tracks related to renewal of rural history: it played indeed a central role in the enhanced prestige of the marginal farmers, who are no longer a powerless victims pushed in the background of the market, but actors able to disrupt the traditional picture of the still countryside, both from the geographical and the socioeconomic point of view (Bevilacqua 1990; Béaur 2015).

Quelle: RHN

11.-14. September 2017

"Rural History 2017"

Veranstalter: European Rural History Organisation

Ort: Leuven, Belgien

Call-for-panels bis 15.10.2016

Konferenzwebsite: http://www.ruralhistory2017.be

20.-23. September 2017

"Wirtschaften. Kulturwissenschaftliche Perspektiven"

41. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Volkskunde (dgv)Veranstalter: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Volkskunde

Ort: Marburg, Germany

CFP bis 1. September 2016

Wenn sich der 41. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Volkskunde mit dem Wirtschaften beschäftigt, so will er sich diesem komplexen Thema aus einer kulturwissenschaftlichen Perspektive nähern. Es soll danach gefragt werden, welche Erfahrungen die Individuen in gegebenen gesellschaftlichen Strukturen und wirtschaftlichen Verhältnissen machen, welche Strategien und Praktiken sie dabei entwickeln und welche Formen gemeinschaftlichen Handelns und der Gruppenzusammengehörigkeit sie konstituieren.

Website der DGV: http://www.d-g-v.org

 

 

4.-7. April 2018

12th European Social Science History Conference

Ort: Belfast

Website: https://esshc.socialhistory.org/esshc-belfast-2018

Spätsommer 2019

Rural History 2019

Veranstalter: European Rural History Organisation

Ort: voraussichtlich Paris