December GRS Programme

Tuesday 11 December 2018
Room G14Malet Street 

13h15: Tea and coffee 

13h25: Conveners’ Welcome  

Panel One: Twentieth Century 

Chair:   Sean Brady   
13h30  Cora Šalkovskis  ‘A very deaf indignant and verbose woman’: Julia R, psychiatric case notes and painful bodies at the turn of the twentieth century’ 
13h50  Katie Joice  ‘Mothering in the Frame: Film as Technology of Suspicion in Post-War Infant Psychiatry’ 
14h10  Seán Newman  ‘Northern Ireland’s Border: Unionist-Separatism and National Identity Among Ulster’s Protestants, 1910-1930 
14h30-14h45  Questions  ~15 minutes 

— Comfort Break — 

Panel Two: New Project Introductions 

Chair:   Kate Franklin   
15h00  Annalisa Martin  ‘Commercial Sex and the West German City, 1949-1990’ 
 15h10  Adeline Moussion  ‘The Production of Rape Experience: Distinguishing Between Unwanted and Unbearable Sexual Acts in Paris’ 
15h20  Jack Watkins  The emergence of rural communes in medieval papal Italy: Constructing collective identity among mobile populations. 
15h30-15h45  Questions  ~15 minutes 

— Comfort Break – 

Panel Three: 17th and 18th Centuries 

Chair:   Vanessa Harding   
 16h00  Aaron Columbus  ‘The Plague-Endemic Experience of a Suburban London Parish: St. Bride Fleet Street c. 1636-1648′ 
 16h20   Lisa Salje  ‘Fraud in the Forest: A study of administrative mentalité in seventeenth and eighteenth-century France, based on a case study of the Pyrenean forestry district of Quillan (1660s to 1740s)’ 
16h4016h55  Questions  ~ 15 minutes 

16h55: Closing Remarks 

After the symposium, we will be going to ‘The George,’ in Malet Street, followed by the BGRS Winter Party in G20. Register here for the Winter Party. We hope you will join us!

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