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MATILDA INTENSIVE PROGRAMME / SUMMER SCHOOL

University of Vienna, 1-13 July 2013

matilda-european-master.univie.ac.at


Theme MATILDA IPs 2012-2014:

Gender, Migration, Displacement: Perspectives on European History, 19th to 21st Century

Theme MATILDA 2013 IP:

'Europe on the move: gender, minorities and forced and unforced migrations in the age of the nation state' (19th to 21st Century)

MATILDA Coordinators Vienna:

ao. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Christa Ehrmann (christa.ehrmann-haemmerle@univie.ac.at)

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Carola Sachse (carola.sachse@univie.ac.at)

Mag. Martina Schmied (office_sachse.zeitgeschichte@univie.ac.at)

 

  • Open to MA and PhD students with interests in women’s and gender history who are registered at one of the five member universities of the MATILDA consortium: University of Nottingham, the University of Sofia St Kliment Ohridski, Central European University, Budapest, University of Vienna, and Université Lyon 2

  • An opportunity to study with leading scholars of women’s and gender history from five European universities along with a group of students from around Europe and the world

  • The IP–language will be English

  • Free tuition for all participants from the universities of the MATILDA consortium

  • Free accommodation in student residences and meals provided for MA and PhD students enrolled in one of the 5 universities of the MATILDA network (except students from Vienna)

  • 75% of travel costs reimbursed for MA and PhD students coming to Vienna from other universities in the MATILDA consortium*

* But with the following maximum total travel expenditure reimbursements, set according to the country from which participants are travelling: from France: 360 Euros; from Nottingham: 440 Euros; from Budapest: 120 Euros; from Sofia: 260 Euros.

IP PROGRAM:

Morning Lectures by professors and guest speakers will be followed by workshops developing themes from the lecture: to assist preparation, a list of readings will be provided by the end of May and a range of readings will be provided on the IP website to be set up in advance of the programme.

Work in progress workshops in the afternoons will offer students a chance to present and discuss their own work in progress with fellow-students and professors. Each participant will give a 15-minute presentation on her/his work to the rest of the group as the basis for discussion and feedback.

Participating professors from MATILDA member universities will be available for individual consultancy on students’ work towards their theses.

For MATILDA-students participation in the Intensive Programme is a mandatory part of the degree and worth 10 ECTS.

The grade for the IP will be awarded based on participation, an assessment of the presentation of the work-in-progress and active participation in the workshops.

Detailed Programme:

 

Day

Programme

Afternoon 14.00-17.30

Monday

July 1,

2013

ARRIVAL



14.00-16.30

Registration


16.30 Welcome address by Carola Sachse: Introduction to the Program of the two weeks


Reception

Tuesday

July 2,

2013

9.00-10.30 Lecture: Carola Sachse Department of Contemporary History, University of Vienna


From Minority Rights to Human Rights and back. Women’s rights and activism in international politics”


10.30-11.00 Coffee break


11.00-12.30 Seminar: Christa-Ehrmann-Hämmerle


12.30-14.00 Lunch



Presentations and Discussion of Students' Work (1)










14.00-14.30 Introduction to the afternoon sessions and setting up commentators by Christa Ehrmann-Hämmerle


14.30-16.00 (2 sessions, 45-minutes each)


Wednesday

July 3,

2013

9.00-10.30 Lecture: Birgit Sauer Department of Political Science, University of Vienna


Governing Muslim body-covering. A discursive-institutionalist approach”


10.30-11.00 Coffee break


11.00-12.30 Seminar: Birgit Sauer


12.30-14.00 Lunch


14:00-17.00

Methods course: “Discursive instititutionalism/Frame analysis”, Birgit Sauer


Thursday

July 4,

2013


9.00-10.30 Lecture: Alexandra Schwell

Department of European Ethnology, University of Vienna


Seeing it like a state: some ideas on the research into migration policies"


10.30-11.00 Coffee break


11.00-12.00 Introduction into field research: Alexandra Schwell


12.00-13.00 Lunch


13.00-18.00

Methods course: Ethnographical field research, Alexandra Schwell


19.30 "Heuriger"

Hengl-Haselbrunner

Iglaseegasse 10

1190 Wien

Friday

July 5,

2013

9.00-10.30 Lecture: Georgeta Nazarska

Department of Philosophy and Social Sciences, University of Sofia


"Gender, Minorities and Migration: the Case of Bulgaria, 19th-21st century"


10.30-11.00 Coffee break


11.00-12.30 Seminar: Georgeta Nazarska


12.30-14.00 Lunch


Presentations and Discussion of Students' Work (2)


14.00-15.30 (2 sessions, 45-minutes each)


15.30-15.45 Break


15.45-17.15 (2 sessions,

45-minutes each)

Saturday

July 6,

2013


9.00-10.30 Lecture: Tolga Esmer

Dep. of History, Dep. of Medieval Studies, Central European University


The Confessions of an Ottoman Paramilitary Soldier: Gender, Self-Narrative, and Muslim Interpretive Communities in the Nineteenth Century”

10.30-11.00 Coffee break


11.00-12.30 Seminar: Tolga Esmer/ Tijana Krstic


12.30-14.00 Lunch

Presentations and Discussion of Students' Work (3)








14.00-15.30 (2 sessions, 45-minutes each)


15.30-15.45 Break


15.45-17.15 (2 sessions,

45-minutes each)

Sunday

July 7,

2013

13.00-15.00

Guided City Tour


Monday

July 8,

2013

9.00-10.30 Lecture: Liz Harvey Department of History, University of Nottingham


'Space, "race", displacement and gender: population transfers and forced resettlement in Nazi-occupied Europe'


10.30-11.00 Coffee break


11.00-12.30 Seminar: Liz Harvey


12.30-14.00 Lunch


Presentations and Discussion of Students' Work (4)





14.00-15.30 (2 sessions, 45-minutes each)


15.30-15.45 Break


15.45-17.15 (2 sessions,

45-minutes each)

Tuesday

July 9,

2013

9.00-10.30 Lecture: Rosaria Franco School of International Studies, University of Nottingham Ningbo China


Migrant mothers, left-behind children: gender, migration and motherhood past and present”


10.30-11.00 Coffee break


11.00-12.30 Seminar: Rosaria Franco


12.30-14.00 Lunch


14.00-17.00

Archive Visit,

The “Sammlung Frauennachlässe” (Collection of Women´s Personal Papers),

Department of History, University of Vienna, Christa Hämmerle/Li Gerhalter

University of Vienna

Department of History

Universitätsring 1

Seminar room 1/1st floor


Wednesday

July 10,

2013

9.00-10.30 Lecture: Susanne Heim Institute for Contemporary History, Munich/Berlin


"At the fringes of global migration policy: Gender relations in the Jewish settlement project Sosúa"


10.30-11.00 Coffee break


11.00-12.30 Seminar: Susanne Heim


12.30-14.00 Lunch


Presentations and Discussion of Students' Work (5)




14.00-15.30 (2 sessions, 45-minutes each)


15.30-15.45 Break


15.45-17.15 (2 sessions,

45-minutes each)

Thursday

July 11,

2013

9.00-10.30 Lecture: Irene Messinger

Department of Political Science, University of Vienna


Austrian Migration Policy: an historical overview from the 1960s till today - with a special focus on family migration, its legal restrictions and loop holes using the example of sham marriages from an intersectional perspective”


10.30-11.00 Coffee break


11.00-12.30 Seminar: Irene Messinger


12.30-14.00 Lunch

Presentations and Discussion of Students' Work (6)








14.00-15.30 (2 sessions, 45-minutes each)


15.30-15.45 Break


15.45-17.15 (2 sessions,

45-minutes each)


Friday

July 12,

2013

9.00-10.30 Lecture: Marianne Thivénd

University of Lyon


"Gender, immigration, literacy and education, 20 Century France"


10.30-11.00 Coffee break


11.00-12.30 Seminar: Marianne Thivend


12.30-13.30 Lunch


Presentations and Discussion of Students' Work (7)



13.30-15.00 (2 sessions, 45-minutes each)


15.00-15.15 Break

15.15-16.00

IP Evaluation


END


Saturday

July 13,

2013

Departure



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