The 5th Seminar in History of Domestic Violence and Abuse series, organized by Juliana Dresvina & Anu Lahtinen, University of Oxford & University of Helsinki.
October 1, 2021 at 10.00 LONDON TIME [Suomen aikaa klo 12!]
Elena Chepel, ‘How to complain about violence if you are a woman: language and gender in Ptolemaic papyrus petitions’
Despina Iosif, ‘Populus Exasperatus: The violent Graeco-Roman crowd’
Annette Volfing, ‘Beating the bride into Shape: Domestic violence within bridal mysticism’
Juliana Dresvina ‘The Uncomfortable Liber Confortatorius: Grooming in a monastery?’
Since January 2021, Lahtinen & Dresvina have been organizing online seminars on the long history of domestic violence and abuse. For more information about the following events, please follow the updates via https://tinyurl.com/histviolence
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Welcome to follow the second seminar on the history of domestic violence, coordinated by Anu Lahtinen, University of Helsinki, & Juliana Dresvina, University of Oxford.
History of Domestic Violence on Zoom Seminar
Feb 22, 2021 02:00pm GMT [04:00 pm EET]
Melek Karatas “Representations of Gendered Violence in Manuscript Illustrations of the Roman de la Rose”
Sara Butler “Who owns a wife’s body? Excusing Domestic Violence in Later Medieval England”
Chanelle Delameillieure “Family affairs: Age, authority and intergenerational relations in late-medieval Flanders”
Raisa Toivo, ”Why is violence against parents a useful topic of research? Insights from 17th century Finland”
Mona Rautelin ”Comparing intimate partner homicides in seventeenth-century and twenty-first-century heartland and hinterland Finland”
Anu Lahtinen ”Some early modern key texts to domestic violence”
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History of Violence Seminar on Zoom
Meeting on 14 January 2021 at 2pm GMT for short presentations and quick QAA
Hannah Skoda Domestic violence in late medieval France: What kind of a taboo?
Kristi DiClemente ‘Ultra modum conjugalem’: Domestic Violence in a 14th Century Parisian Court
Lucia Akard Methods for investigating spousal rape in French letters of remission
Kirsi Kanerva Preliminary thoughts concerning domestic violence in medieval Icelandic Family sagas and Chivalric sagas
Ilya Sverdlov A case of ramifications of (unconsummated?) incest in an Icelandic family saga
Satu Lidman Gender, Violence and Attitudes: Lessons from Early Modern Europe
Rebecca Crites English judiciary’s complicity and resistance to intimate partner violence