Several HEX members will make their appearance in the European Social Science History Conference in Belfast at Queen’s University, 4–7 April 2018.
Wednesday 4 April
Riikka Miettinen: Pleading Insanity in Criminal Trials: Establishing the Insanity Defense in the Early Modern Swedish and Finnish Rural District Courts (17th Early 18th Century)
Pirjo Markkola & Antti Malinen: Child Welfare or Poor Relief? Missed Opportunities in Finland in the 1920s
Friday 6 April
Raisa Maria Toivo: Taming the Mother of God: Virgin Mary, the Lived Reformation and Bodily Practices in the North?
Johanna Annola: Poor Relief Records in England and Finland: the Agency and Experiences of Female Workhouse Staff, 1840–1920
Saturday 7 April
Kirsi-Maria Hytönen: “My mom was a whore, but I am a good mother”: Emotions Connected to Parenthood in Life Stories of Care Leavers
Full programme of the ESSHC 2018.