Events

Conferences and workshops

International Conference Crime and Gender. Past & Future
27-28 January, 2018 (Leiden University). Poster.

This conference consists of two parts:

  1. The results of the research project Crime and Gender 1600-1900
  2. The future of the field of Crime and Gender in historical perspective
 
International Conference The Uses of Justice and Legal Pluralism 1600-1900: A Global Perspective 

17-18 March, 2016 (Leiden University). Call for papers & Programme

Main session: Legal pluralism in European and Colonial Cities, 1600-1940
EAUH, Helsinki, 24-27 August 2016.

International Conference: Crime and Gender 1600-1900. Comparative Perspectives
International  Conference, Leiden University, 27-28 November 2015. Programme

Session: Transgression, Community & Gender in Eurasia, 1600-1800
130th Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, January 7-10 2016

Session: Community, Gender and Criminality in the Early-Modern Period
40th Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association, Baltimore, 12-15 November 2015

Session: on Quantifying and qualifying violence in history, 1600-2000
39th Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association, Toronto, 6-9 November 2014, read more

European Urban History Conference, 3-6 September 2014, Lisbon
1. Main Session on The Uses of Justice in Cities
2. Specialist session on Patterns of Crime and Gender in an Urban Setting

Session: Crime and Gender in Comparative Perspective 1600-1900
European Social Science History Conference, Vienna, 23-26 April 2014, read more

Session: Crime and Gender 1600-1900: New Perspectives
Social Science History Conference, Chicago, 21 November 2013

Historical Criminology Workshop , 7-8 November 2013, Leiden University
Programme

 

Paper presentations

2017

  • 14-16 september 2017: 5. Kolloquium für Kriminalität und Strafjustiz in der Neuzeit, Gauting bei München, Presentation by Jeannette Kamp & Ariadne Schmidt, 'Excluding the unwanted? Banishment in early modern cities: Frankfurt am Main and Leiden'
  • 22-23 June 2017: Urban slavery in the age of Abolition, ca. 1770-1930, Leiden, Presentation by Marion Pluskota, 'Prosecuting criminal citizens: Penal code, urban centers and abolition of slavery in the French Caribbean'
  • 1-4 June 2017: 17th Berkshire Conference of women historians, Hempstead, Presentation by Sanne Muurling, 'Fighting with words and deeds. Women before Bologna's early modern criminal court'
  • 14-19 May 2017: 49th Annual Association of Caribbean History Conference, Tobago, Presentation by Marion Pluskota, 'Transnational crime in the Caribbean'


2016

  • 18 November 2016: Dresdner Frühneuzeitgespräch, Presentation by Jeannette Kamp, 'The prosecution of sexual offences in early modern Frankfurt: between agency and control'
  • 24-27 August, 2016: 13th International Conference on Urban History, Helsinki, Presentation by Jeannette Kamp & Ariadne Schmidt, 'Excluding the unwanted? Banishment in early modern cities: Frankfurt am Main, Amsterdam and Leiden'
  • 30 March - 2 April 2016: European Social Science History Conference, Valencia, Presentation by Marion Pluskota, 'National legal systems, regional fears and local criminals. Explaining gender differences in criminality in 19th century Europe'
  • 30 March - 2 April 2016: European Social Science History Conference, Valencia, Presentation by Sanne Muurling & Manon van der Heijden, 'Violence and gender in 18th century Bologna and Rotterdam'
  • 30 March - 2 April 2016: European Social Science History Conference, Valencia, Presentation by Jaco Zuijderduijn & Ariadne Schmidt, 'Comparative perspectives on crime. London and Amsterdam in the early modern period'
  • 30 March - 2 April 2016: European Social Science History Conference, Valencia, Presentation by Clare Wilkinson, 'Dutch newspaper reporting of sex crimes, 1918-1939'
  • 7-10 January 2016: 130th Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, Presentation by Jeannette Kamp, 'Coming back. Banishment and illegal returns in early modern Frankfurt am Main'
  • 7-10 January 2016: 130th Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, Presentation by Sanne Muurling, 'Sending for the restraining order. Women and their use of the criminal justice system in early modern Bologna'
 

2015

  • 27-28 November 2015: Conference Crime and Gender 1600-1900: Comparative Perspectives, Presentation by Marion Pluskota, 'Prosecution, gender and 19th century crime rates. Explaining women's criminality'
  • 27-28 November 2015: Conference Crime and Gender 1600-1900: Comparative Perspectives, Presentation by Jeannette Kamp, 'Coming back. Banishment and illegal returns in early modern Frankfurt am Main'
  • 27-28 November 2015: Conference Crime and Gender 1600-1900: Comparative Perspectives, Presentation by Sanne Muurling, 'Everyday violence and its (un)gendered motives in early modern Bologna'
  • 12-15 November 2015: 40th Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association, Presentation by Jeannette Kamp, 'Coming back. Banishment and illegal returns in early modern Frankfurt am Main'
  • 12-15 November 2015: 40th Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association, Presentation by Sanne Muurling, 'Everyday violence and its (un)gendered motives in early modern Bologna'
  • 16 October 2015: Symposium Overleven in Holland, Presentation by Jeannette Kamp and Ariadne Schmidt, 'See you in court? Recht en rechtsgebruik door ongehuwde moeders in Holland en Duitsland in de vroegmoderne tijd'
  • 2 July 2015: Conference Urban Society and the Borough Court, Paper presentation Jaco Zuijderduijn, 'Crime in the metropolis: Men, women and the law in early modern London and Amsterdam'
  • 28-29 May 2015: International Conference Migration Policies and the materiality of identification in European cities 1500-2000, Paper presentation Jeannette Kamp, 'Controlling strangers – Identifying migrants in early modern Frankfurt am Main'
  • 24 April 2015: Conference Considering Women in the Early Modern Low Countries, Paper presentation Manon van der Heijden, "Criminal Women in Early Modern Holland".
  • 6 February 2015: Symposium Intergenerational Offending in Historical and International Perspective, Paper presentation Marion Pluskota, Criminal families' and the Court: Co-offending in Amsterdam, 1897-1902'
  • 2-5 January 2015: 129th Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, Paper presentation Marion Pluskota & Sanne Muurling, 'Crime in the city. The gendered geography of violence in Bologna, 1600-1900'

 

2014

 

2013

  • 23-26 April 2013: European Social Science History Conference, Vienna, Paper presentation Manon van der Heijden, 'Leniency versus Toughening? The prosecution of male and female violence in 19th century Holland'
  • 23-26 April 2013: European Social Science History Conference, Vienna, Paper presentation Ariadne Schmidt, ' Profiling the female criminal in early modern Holland. Women before the criminal courts in Amsterdam, Leiden, Rotterdam and Gouda, 1600-1810'
  • 23-26 April 2013: European Social Science History Conference, Vienna, Paper presentation Marion Pluskota, 'Co-offending and gender interactions in Amsterdam, 1897-1902'
 

Interviews and press