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The First World War in a Gender Context – Topics and Perspectives

Erstellt am 03.11.2011 von Andreas Hermann Landl
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International Conference September 29 – October 1, 2011
Seminarraum Alte Kapelle – Campus of the University of Vienna
Spitalgasse 2–4 1090 Vienna

http://oe1.orf.at/programm/287561

Photo Impressions Program ::

Friday, September 30, 2011, 1:30 PM–3:45 PM
:: Panel IV: Visualization ::

Beatriz Pichel (Madrid/Spain): Photography and Masculinity during the First World War in France

Joëlle Beurier (Paris/France): Women, Photographs and Non-Fighting Men: A Redefinition of Masculinity in Wartime

 

 

 

 

 

Julia Köhne (Vienna/Austria): Visualizing War Hysterics: Strategies of Feminization and Re-Masculinization in Scientific Cinematography, 1916–1918

Commentator: Monika Bernold (Vienna/Austria)

Moderator: Nina Verheyen (Cologne/Germany)

Friday, September 30, 2011, 4:15 PM–6:30 PM
:: Panel V: Peace ::

Bruna Bianchi (Venice/Italy): Towards a New Internationalism: Pacifist Journals Edited by Women (1914–1919)

Ingrid Sharp (Leeds/UK): “A Foolish Dream of Sisterhood”: Anti-Pacifist Debates in the German Women’s Movement, 1914–1919

 

 

 

 

 

Thomas F. Schneider (Osnabrück/Germany):
“Then Horror Came into her Eyes …”: (De-)Constructions of Masculinity in German Anti-War Texts on World War I, 1914–1918

Commentator: Laurie Cohen (Innsbruck/Austria)

Moderator: Karin M. Schmidlechner (Graz/Austria)

Thursday, September 29, 2011, 2:30 PM–6:00 PM
:: Panel II: Front ::

Marco Mondini (Trento/Italy): The Construction of a Masculine Warrior Ideal in the Letters from the Front: an Italian Case
Matteo Ermacora (Venice/Italy): Women Behind
the Lines: The Friuli Region as a Case Study of
Total Mobilization 1915–1917
Susan Grayzel (Oxford, MS/USA): The Baby in the Gas Mask: Air Power, Chemical Warfare, and the Gendered Division between the Fronts during the First World War and its Aftermath
Jason Crouthamel (Allendale, MI/USA): “We Need Real Men”: The Impact of the First World War on Germany’s Sexual Reform Movement
Commentator: Christa Hämmerle (Vienna/Austria)
Moderator: Peter Becker (Vienna/Austria)

Friday, September 30, 2011, 9:30 AM–12:00 noon
:: Panel III: Violence ::

Dorothee Wierling (Hamburg/Germany): Communicating
War Violence: Imaginations and Descriptions in
the Writings of a Berlin Family during the Great War
Gabriela Dudeková (Bratislava/Slovakia): Suffering and Catharsis: Gendered Perceptions of Violence
during the Great War and its Aftermath
Marie-Emmanuelle Reytier (Hamburg/Germany) &
Dorota Kurpiers (Opole/Poland): Rape Victims and Rapists: an Introduction to Sexual Crimes Committed by German, Austro-Hungarian and French Troops, 1914–1925

Commentator: Michael Geyer (Chicago, IL/USA)

Moderator: Oswald Überegger (Hildesheim/Germany)

:: Wiener Vorlesung ::

Michael Geyer (Chicago)

Krieg und Gewalt im langen 20. Jahrhundert – Eine globale Perspektive – Tuesday, October 4, 2011, 19:00 Wiener Rathaus, Festsaal

Thursday, September 29, 2011, 9:30 AM–1:00 PM

:: Welcome and Introduction ::

Heinz W. Engl (Rector des.)
Michael Viktor Schwarz (Dean of the Faculty of Historical and Cultural Studies)
Karl Vocelka (Chair of the Department of History)
Christa Hämmerle, Birgitta Bader-Zaar,
Oswald Überegger (Concept)

:: Panel I: Home Front ::

Manon Pignot (Amiens/France): French Boys and
Girls in the Great War: The Use of Gender for a History of Childhood Experiences of the First World War
Silke Fehlemann (Düsseldorf/Germany): “Mobilization of Mothers”: German Mothers of Soldiers during World War I
Claudia Siebrecht (Dublin/Ireland): The Female Mourner

Alison S. Fell (Leeds/UK): The Afterlives of French and British First World War Heroines
Commentator: Gunda Barth-Scalmani (Innsbruck/
Austria)
Moderator: Birgitta Bader-Zaar (Vienna/Austria)

Saturday, October 1, 2011, 9:30 AM–1:00 PM

:: Panel VI: Citizenship ::

Nikolai Vukov (Sofia/Bulgaria): Women’s Public
Responses to War and Issues of Citizenship in Bulgaria
during World War I
Virginija Jureniene (Kaunas/Lithuania): Lithuanian
Women during World War I: Activities and Aspirations
Tina Bahovec (Klagenfurt/Austria): Of Women’s
Armies, Heroic Mothers and Insane Men. Strategies
and Discourses of the National and Political Mobilization
of Carinthian Slovene Women from 1917 to 1920
Allison Scardino Belzer (Savannah, GA/USA):
Making Women into Citizens: The Great War in Italy
Commentator: Birgitta Bader-Zaar (Vienna/Austria)
Moderator: Christa Hämmerle (Vienna/Austria)
We would also like to announce the following
public lecture:
Michael Geyer (Chicago, IL/USA):
Krieg und Gewalt im langen 20. Jahrhundert:
Eine globale Perspektive (working title)
Time: Tuesday, October 4, 2011, 7:00 PM
Venue: Wiener Rathaus, Festsaal,
Feststiege I, Lichtenfelsgasse 2, 1010 Wien

:: VISUALIZATION

:: PEACEThis
international conference intends to reflect on
the necessity and potential of a gendered history of
the First World War, focusing on five selected topics
that appear to be constitutive for the field: the complex
relationship between home front and front line,
experiences of violence, forms of visualization of the
war, peace efforts, and the impact of war on concepts
of citizenship.
It takes the upcoming centenary of 2014 as an occasion
for in-depth discussion, reviews of previous
studies, and conceptualizations of future research
perspectives. The conference is specifically interested
in strengthening comparative and transnational
approaches. In bringing together scholars from various
academic backgrounds it aims at reframing the
catastrophe of mass mobilization and mass killing in
the years 1914–1918 in a gender context.
Concept:
Christa Hämmerle (University of Vienna, Austria)
Birgitta Bader-Zaar (University of Vienna, Austria)
Oswald Überegger (University of Hildesheim, Germany)
Organization:
Michaela Hafner (University of Vienna, Austria)
Registration required until September 15, 2011:
neuverortung.geschlechtergeschichte@univie.ac.at
The conference is an event of the research platform
“Repositioning of Women’s and Gender History in
an Altered European Context. Networking – Resources
– Projects” of the University of Vienna in cooperation
with the “Arbeitskreis Historische Friedensforschung”.

www.univie.ac.at/Geschichte/Neuverortung-Geschlechtergeschichte
www.akhf.de
Design: Veronika Helfert & Brigitte Semanek
Research platform “Repositioning of Women’s
and Gender History in an Altered European Context”
Historisch-Kulturwissenschaftliche Fakultät

Tomorrow

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FRONT VIO

 

 

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