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The Society for the Study of French History

Twenty-Fourth Annual Conference

27 – 29 June 2010, Newcastle University, UK

PROGRAMME OF EVENTS

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All plenary sessions are in the Pybus Room Floor 3 of Old Library Building

Parallel sessions are in the Beehive, Old Library Building.

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Day One: Sunday 27 June 2010

Time   Event       Venue

18.00 – 19.30  Registration      Claude Gibb, Northumbria University

19.30 – 21.30  Welcoming Drinks Reception    Northern Stage

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Conference Organisers:

Máire Cross, Rachel Hammerseley, Matt Perry, Luc Racaut
Day Two: Monday 28 June 2010

Time   Event       Venue

07.30 – 08.30  Breakfast      Claude Gibb, UNN

08.30 – 09.30  Coffee and Registration    Beehive, Second Floor of Old Library Building
09.30 – 10.30 Plenary: Colin Jones: Laughter as the best Remedy in Enlightenment France
Chair: Rachel Hammersley
10.30 – 11.00   Coffee       Courtyard, Old Library Building
11.00 – 12.45  Parallel Sessions 1  

1A

1B

1C

1D

1E

Ageing and Health 1

Chair:

Early Modern

Chair:

The Colonial Other

Chair:

French Revolution 1

Chair:

Vichy and the Aftermath

Chair:

Jeanne Mesmin d'Estienne

Représentations de la folie et prise en charge des insensés en France avant 1838



Claire Barillé

L’Assistance publique à Paris entre 1849 et 1914



Mathilde Rossigneux-Méheust

La mort des vieillards parisiens



Daniel Thomas

‘A family affair: affinities, regiments and military evolution in France, 1598-1629’



Jenny Hillman

Pious Sociability: the devotional culture of the ‘elect’ in seventeenth-century France



James Tucker

The persecutions of the Vaudois in Crespin's Livre des Martyrs



Daniel Laqua

French and Belgain Anti-slavery Campaigning at the fin de siècle.



Maike Thier

La race latine face au yankeeisme: French geopolitics of desire in the Americas, 1848–1890s



Louisa Rice

Between worlds: French West Africans, psychological trauma and the end of Empire



Peter McPhee

Robespierre in Love



Jonathan Smyth

The peripatetic Guillotine and what happened to the bodies during the Revolution



David Andress

‘What can we say about being a Jacobin?’



Anne Simonin

The forgotten 9: the number that killed the Republic



Daniel Lee

Vichy’s ‘Chantiers de la Jeunesse’: Stations of sanctuary or breeding-grounds for the regime’s anti-Semitism?



Mathieu Bouchard

Les Juifs de France et le sionisme (1945-1958)




12.45 – 14.00  Lunch       Courtyard OLB [AGM provisional time]
14.00 – 15.45  Parallel Sessions 2     

2A

2B

2C

2D

Ageing and Health 2

Chair:

The French Book Trade

Chair:

Regional Questions

Chair:

History of Ideas 1

Chair:

Siân Reynolds

'Je doutais en moi-meme que l'apothicaire se soit trompé': Health, Sickness and Remedies in Amiens in the 1780s



Nahema Hanafi

De l' « âge critique » à la vieillesse: le vieillissement dans les écrits du for privé féminins du XVIIIe siècle



Aurélie Chatenet-Calyste

Les maux et les remèdes d’une princesse vieillissante : Marie-Fortunée d’Este, princesse de Conti (1731-1803)




Mark Curran

The French Book Trade in Enlightenment Europe Project: An Introductory Overview



Simon Burrows

The Société typographique de Neuchâtel and the French book trade revisited, 1769-1794



Louise Seaward

The Société Typographique de Neuchâtel and the Politics of the French Book Trade




Andrew Smith

Of blood and wine: Were the Comité Régional d’Action Viticole revolutionaries, terrorists or just another groupuscule?



Daniel DeGroff

Provincial Life and the Politics of Ethnographic Display: The French Case in European Context



Christelle Gomis

L’Allemagne en 1918, une situation coloniale française?




Avner Ben-Amos

Festival and Utopia:  the Rise and Fall of a Republican Tradition



Eleanor Davey

‘A powder keg called Islam’: Michel Foucault’s support for revolutionary Iran, in a humanitarian historical context



15.45 – 16.15  Tea       OLB 

16.15 – 18.00   Parallel Sessions 3     

 3A

 3B

 3C

 3D

Ageing and Health 3

Chair:

The French Revolution 2

Chair:

Selfhood and Society

Chair:

Interwar Activism

Chair:

Mlle Christel Chaineaud

"La vieillesse dans la Réforme sociale (1881-1939)" 



Danielle Bishop

“La vieillesse menaçante”: ageing in latter-day nineteenth century French society.



Antony Kitts

Le vieillard indigent en Haute-Normandie : entre bienfaisance publique, charité, privée et protection sociale (1793-1914)



Matthew D’Auria

The History of the Class: Bourgeois Historical Discourses before the Revolution



Kirsty Carpenter

Individual protest versus nationality and law during the French Revolution: the case of the female-authored novel



Rachel Hammersley

The English Republican Tradition and the Intellectual Origins of the French Revolution



Elizabeth C. Macknight

Nobility, Property, Inheritance



Sun-Young Park

“The Alcove has become a brothel”: the demi-monde and the construction of the bourgeois self.



Robert D. Priest

Ernest Renan from Seminary to Salon: Readings, Journeys and Networks in the Making of the Vie de Jésus, 1823-63




Tom Beaumont

Industrial Relations and Communist Culture in inter – war France: The case of the Fédération Nationale des Travailleurs des Chemins de Fer 



Alison Fell

World War I nurses as ‘anciennes combattantes’ in 1920s France




18.00 – 19.00  Plenary: Elinor Accampo: Overlooked Victims of 1918: War, Pregnancy and La Grippe ‘Espagnole’

Chair: Sir Miles Irving

19.00    Reception      Beehive

20.00    Dinner       Northern Stage
Day Three: Tuesday 29 June 2010

Time   Event       Venue

07.45 – 09.00  Breakfast      Claude Gibb, UNN

[08.15-09.00  SSFH Committee meeting at breakfast  Claude Gibb, UNN provisional time]
9.15 – 11.00  Parallel Sessions 4     

 4A

 4B

 4C

 4D

Ageing and Health 4

Chair:

The Body

Chair:

History of Ideas 2

Chair:

War and the Holocaust

Chair:

Marie-Cécile Thoral

Military medicine in a colonial setting during the Napoleonic wars: French doctors in Egypt and Santo Domingo (1798-1803)



Christine Peny

Les établissements spécialisés dans le traitement des insensés en Provence occidentale (XVIIe-XVIIIe siècles)



Muriel Salle

Alexandre Lacassagne et la Verte Vieillesse : une nouvelle prise en charge médicale du vieillissement



Margaret Carlyle

Amateur Access, Curious Consumption: Women and Anatomical Education in the French Enlightenment



Luc Racaut

The World Inside Out: Inversion of the Body in 16th c. interpersonal violence



Robin Briggs

Dangerous Medicine: witchcraft and therapy in early modern France and Lorraine




Máire Cross

“Recalled to Life”: Flora Tristan across the Political Ages



Julian Wright

‘Un vieux barbe de la Commune’: time past and time future in French socialism



Jim Allen

Freemason Women and Modern Civic Life in George Sand’s La Comtesse de Rudolstadt (1843)



Stephanie Hare

Changing Perceptions in How the French State Viewed its Role in the Holocaust, 1944-2009



Ludivine Broch

The SNCF on Trial: Judging the involvement of the French national railway in the Holocaust



Miriam Intrator

May 10, 1933: France, Germany




11.00 – 11.30  Coffee

11.30 – 13.15 Plenary Session: 

Armelle Le Bras-Chopard : La thématique de la vieillesse chez Simone de Beauvoir

David G. Troyansky: “C'est la nature seule qui est coupable”: Making sense of ageing in the 19thcentury

Chair: Colin Jones

13.15 – 14.15  Lunch       

14.15 – 16.00  Parallel Sessions 5     

 5A

 5B

 5C

 5D

Colonies and Disease

Chair:

Cultural Geography

Chair:

Caricature and Performance

Chair:

Religious Cultures

Chair:

Thomas Dodman

The colonial disease that never quite was: nostalgia in 19th century French Algeria



Charlotte Ann Legg

The invention of  « le peuple nouveau » : médecins de colonisation and colonial sensibilities in Algeria, 1870-1914



Denis Lamaison

Echec et déraison: Deux périphéries dans le processus de mondialisation (la Guyane et La Réunion au XIXe siècle



Ralph Kingston

Demography and the map depot



Chloe Jeffries

The Touring Club de France and the making of everyday map cultures, 1880-1925



Charlotte Jelidi

Le patrimoine urbain dans les Protectorats français de Tunisie et du Maroc. Circulation des modèles, des pratiques et de la législation



Alison Moore

The Spectacular Anus of Joseph Pujol



W. Jack Rhoden

Louis-Napoléon and Soulouque: A Haïtian doppelgänger in Parisian caricature, 1848-1851



Jessica Wardhaugh

Royalism, poetry, and democracy: the strange case of Dr Pierre Corneille (1862–1945)



Jeffrey D. Burson

Reflections on the contours of theological Enlightenment in pre-revolutionary France



Sean Alexander Smith

Tension between Salvation and Survival in some missionary territories of the Congregation of the Mission.



Alison Forrestal

Vincent de Paul:  Patronage and the Making of ‘Le Grand Saint du Grand Siècle’



16.00   Tea       Courtyard Departure


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