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Rural History 2021

The Call for Sessions for Rural History 2021 has been very successful resulting in over 90 proposed sessions whereof several proposed as double sessions. We now launch the Call for Papers to fill the accepted sessions with papers. The Call for Papers is open from 27 November 2020 to 15 January 2021.

All researchers interested in presenting papers at the Rural History 2021 are invited to submit their paper proposals choosing one of the accepted session proposals. This also applies to those researchers who have already accepted to take part in proposed sessions.

See list of accepted session proposals and organisers further down on this site

Paper Proposal Guidlines:
A paper proposal must include a title, the full name(s) and affiliations(s) of the author and co-author(s), a short abstract (up to 400 words) introducing the topic, its scope and approach. Participants are asked to limit themselves to a maximum of two papers in different sessions.

Each session will last two hours and consist of 4 (or maximum 5) papers with a chair and a discussant.

Decision on acceptance will be taken after the deadline and notification of acceptance will be sent out at the latest on 15 February 2021.

Welcome to be an important part of Rural History 2021!

Please, choose a session, and a second-alternative if applicable, and submit your proposal here: https://appinconf.com/kas/Abstract?projectName=rh2021

Click the session number to jump to the session abstract.

  • S1 – (Trans)national Mobilization: The March 1971 Farm Protest 50 years on
  • S2 – A biophysical and socioeconomic perspective of Agricultural Growth on both sides of the Atlantic in the 19th and 20th centuries
  • S3 – A task based approach to the history of rural women’s work
  • S4 – Agrarian politics in early 20th-century Europe and beyond: new comparative and transnational perspectives
  • S5 – Agricultural associations and state intervention in the European agriculture, from the late nineteenth century crisis to the Great Depression
  • S6 – Between the Ivory Tower and the Farm: The Organization of the Agricultural Sciences in Twentieth-Century Europe
  • S7 – Beyond collecting: Exploring films as a means of communication for (rural) historians
  • S8 – Cattle and Colonization
  • S9 – Cheese and dairy products in the Mediterranean area (13th-16th centuries)
  • S10 – Class differentiation in contemporary rural societies
  • S11 – Climate variability and agricultural productivity in medieval and early modern times
  • S12 – Colonisation within and the internal subaltern
  • S13 – Common places: Settlements, local actors and collective property in an emic perspective
  • S14 – Consumer markets and services in the countryside, 1650-1950
  • S15 – Contested boundaries after the Great War – views from the former Habsburg countryside
  • S16 – Creating a New Peasant: Nation-Building, Modernist Discourses, and the Re-making of Rural Subjects in Interwar East Central Europe
  • S17 – Crisis narratives and strategies of women in transforming rural areas since the 1960s
  • S18 – Demeter in the Classrooms: Agricultural Education for Children, Mid-18th-20th Centuries
  • S19 – Developing a taste for the new: Global exchange and regional adoption of foods.
  • S20 – Digital Tools and Property. From the extraction of data to spatial analysis
  • S21 – Drought Effects on Rural Communities: Historical Perspectives in a Warming World
  • S22 – Enclosures and productivity
  • S23 – Environmental and Biological Hazards and Redistribution in Rural History
  • S24 – Evidence of Wage Labour in Early Modern Household and Farm Accounts
  • S25 – Experts, institutions and networks in international rural development in the second half of the 20th century
  • S26 – Farmers that count: standardisation and tutelage in farm accounting, 18th and 20th century
  • S27 – Food Security in the Early Modern and Modern Era 1
  • S28 – Food Security in the Early Modern and Modern Era 2
  • S29 – From Agriculture to Rural Development – Agro-Food Policies, Socio-economic and Environmental Issues in Agriculture and Rural Areas 1950-2020
  • S30 – From rural modernities to agricultural modernisation, 1930s-1960s
  • S31 – Global figures: tools for observing and governing agricultural markets
  • S32 – Global Pathogens, Local Pathologies: How agricultural epidemics are shaping global and local agrarian and environmental change
  • S33 – Grafted institutions. European transfers, institutional bricolage and the evolution of property rights in Latin America
  • S34 – Heritages of Rural Hunger: Comparative European Perspectives
  • S35 – Hidden Modernizers. Working Animals in 19th and 20th Century Agriculture
  • S36 – Historical forms of sustainability – collective forests and pastures since 1600 in a European perspective
  • S37 – Inequality and differentiation among medieval peasants
  • S38 – Institutions and Socio-Economic Change in the Medieval Countryside: Case-Studies and Comparisons across Italy and Europe (1100-1500)
  • S39 – Land conflicts and property rights in the Iberian empires
  • S40 – Maize for the people. Cultivation, consumption and trade in the northeastern Mediterranean (16th-19th c.)
  • S41 – Mechanisms of food preparedness and narratives of hunger in 20th century Western Europe
  • S42 – Meet the author: Paul Brassley et al. The real agricultural revolution – Farmers, large and small, in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries
  • S43 – Meet the Authors: Oxford Handbook of Agricultural History
  • S44 – Meet-the-author: “Peasants in World History”
  • S45 – Meet-the-author: Zsuzsanna Varga, The Hungarian Agricultural Miracle? – Sovietization and Americanization in a Communist Country
  • S46 – Microcredit as an Economic Rural Resource. Comparing Models in the Historical Perspective
  • S47 – New Evidence about Women, Rural Places, and Gender Relations during the Nineteenth Century
  • S48 – New model peasant. Income integration in peasant economies in central and eastern Europe
  • S49 – New Perspectives on Grain Storage
  • S50 – New Perspectives on Hunting in Pre-Industrial Europe
  • S51 – New theoretical approaches to pre-industrial rural household labour
  • S52 – Organising and Practicing Seasonal Labour: Rural Livelihoods, Mobility and Regulation (1920s-1940s and Today)
  • S53 – Public intervention and the birth of the new Viticulture and Winemaking in Europe (end 19th- 20th Centuries)
  • S54 – Re-inventing rurality? Contemporary debates and historical perspectives
  • S55 – Representations of the Countryside
  • S56 – Rural history as rural labour history: a Mediterranean perspective on social and economic change?
  • S57 – Rural Museums Session 1: Museums and collections and the production of local histories and historical knowledge
  • S58 – Rural Museums Session 2: Rural and agricultural museums as sites for connecting past with present
  • S59 – Rural Politics and Society: Representing and representation in rural society
  • S60 – Rural Women and Farm Work: Gender Relations, and New Research on the Lives of 20th Century Farm Women
  • S61 – Rurality, Literacy, and Democracy: Southern Europe in the 1st half of the 20th century
  • S62 – Seeds and agricultural changes in Europe (XV-XX centuries)
  • S63 – Social conflicts in early modern Europe: New tools and new perspectives
  • S64 – Starch: Production, commercialisation and effect on agrarian system.
  • S65 – The Great Depression and the rural world in South-eastern Europe; evaluating and representing the agrarian change
  • S66 – The History of Horticulture
  • S67 – The long history of short-term jobs 1560-1860
  • S68 – The Provision of Rural Credit in Pre-Industrial Europe
  • S69 – The role of agriculture in economic development and structural change: a 20th Century macro perspective
  • S70 – The Seamy Side of Rural Commons? Inequality and Exclusion in the Management of Early Modern Collective Resources
  • S71 – The Seasonality of Rural Work and its Experience in Preindustrial Europe
  • S72 – The social construction of the market. Market land transfers in customary systems in Europe and developing countries, 18th-21st centuries
  • S73 – The technical background which link us. (The technical background of agriculture in the early modern and modern Central Europe), UBB, Cluj
  • S74 – The ‘Rural Consumer’ – Consumer Goods, Consumption, and Material Culture of Rural Households in Early Modern Europe
  • S75 – Tourism and rural communities
  • S76 – Trading Encounters in the countryside – on practices of petty trade in Norden, 1860-1940.
  • S77 – Transforming the Hinterland. Labour Relations and Livelihood Options in European Forestry and Timber Trade, ca. 1700 to 1950
  • S78 – Widows, Family, Economy and Survival
  • S79 – Women in European Agricultural Extension Services in the Twentieth Century: Prominence versus Policy
  • S80 – Wooded meadows and grazed forests – The history of multiple-product land use in wooded agricultural ecosystems
  • S81 – Young rural history scholars – a network introduction
  • S82 – ‘Secondary products’: Production, consumption and trade of the forgotten goods of pre-modern Europe


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