History of twentieth-century, Historiography.

Antonis Liakos

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Aims of the conference

Although the character of nineteenth-century historiography was more or less defined along the lines of historicism, positivism and the rise of national histories, this was not the case in the twentieth century. In the first part of the century, historians (with a few distinct exceptions) followed the nineteenth-century paradigms. Yet, in the second half of the century, the disciplinary gates opened, boundaries and borders were reconsidered and certainties questioned. A flow of successive trends and turns in methods, theories and ways of approaching, researching, practicing, narrating, writing but also filming, staging and performing history emerged. A new landscape was formed. Ever since, we have changed, or at least we have reconsidered, our terminologies, concepts and perspectives. We have discussed memory, public history, history wars, historical cultures, and the traumas of the past. We have been exploring disciplinary transformations and changing questions

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Ενότητες

ANTONIS LIAKOS

  • Historising 20th-century historiography: Introduction to the conference

GEORG IGGERS

  • Reflections on the historiography of the 20th century from the perspective of the 21st century

Chair: Christina Koulouri


JULIO BENTIVOGLIO

  • Historical reviews and historiography in the 20th century

EMMA KEARNEY

  • Defining historical praxis: Intersections between academic history and the broader historical community

MARTIN WIKLUND

  • Experience lost and regained: Experiences of modernity and attempts to regain historical experience

Chair: Mitsos Bilalis


STEFAN TANAKA

  • Reconceiving pasts in a digital age

DESPOINA VALATSOU

  • History and the digital humanities

VASO SEIRINIDOU

  • Bringing nature into history: A plea for environmental history

LUCIA ANTONELLICARTER

  • Why Johnny does not understand the French Revolution? A reflection on historical content and cognitive skills

Chair: Timothy G. Ashplant


VRASIDAS KARALIS

  • The history of cinema and cinema as history: Historiographical questions about changing regimes of visuality

MAREN LYTJE

  • The historian, the psychoanalyst and cinema: Writing history in the age of film making

ANDREJ SLÁVIK

  • Microhistory and cinematic experience: Two or three things I know about Carlo Ginzburg

NATALIA TACCETTA

  • Image and movement in the construction of history: An approach to cinema from Walter Benjamin and Aby Warburg

Chair: Socratis Petmezas


DIMITRIS STAMATOPOULOS

  • Byzantium in the age of empire: Byzantine history in 20th-century Balkan historiographies

GEORGIA KOUTA

  • Redeem, complete and create: The historical consciousness of the Greek diaspora in London in the early 20th century

DESPINA LALAKI

  • Digging for democracy in Greece: Civilising and decivilising processes during the ‘American century’

GIORGOS AGELOPOULOS

  • Unfulfilled modernities: Jewish history in interwar Greek academia

JOANNA DE GROOT

  • Gender, imperialism and history writing since 1960

Discussant: Emilia Salvanou

Chair: Veronica Tozzi


DANIEL BRAUER

  • The past as a territory

ALEXANDRA LIANERI

  • Historia Magistra Vitae and future time: Complicating the temporalities of Greek historiography

RODRIGO TURIN

  • The (de)classifying of time: Theory, empiria and normativity

FRANCISCO AZEVEDO MENDES

  • Displaced crisis and historical theory: The critical ‘intervals’ of historiography in the 1990s

MARCELO ABREU, MARCELO RANGEL

  • The challenge of multiple temporalities: History teaching, simultaneous forms of historical consciousness, and the defiance to national identity

Chair: Efi Avdela


MARIA HADJIPOLYCARPOU

  • History and life: Postcolonial history and autobiography

TIMOTHY G. ASHPLANT

  • The personal is historical: The changing role of the biographical in historiography and society

CHIEL VAN DEN AKKER

  • Pierre Nora and the historian’s task

ROLF PETRI

  • Vita magistra historiae? Biographical experience and meanings of the past

CHRISTOS MAIS

  • (Auto)biographing revolution: History, memory and the Long Sixties

Chair: Dimitra Lambropoulou


MARIA CHRISTINA CHATZIIOANNOU

  • The biography of the entrepreneur and other life histories

CHRISTOS EFSTATHIOU

  • Labour history between crisis and renewal

STEFANOS IOANNIDIS

  • ‘Class’ in social history journals: From prominence to marginalisation

GEORGE ZEIDAN ARAÚJO

  • From social history towards a ‘post-social’ history?

ANTONIS HADJIKYRIACOU, DAPHNE LAPPA

  • Early modernity as the reflection of the neoliberal subject

Chair: Haris Exertzoglou


KATE PAPARI

  • Historicism’s crisis and nationalism in the interwar period

TYSON ASHLEY RETZ

  • The logic of question and answer: The 20th-century’s answer to historicist naïveté

GEORGIOS GIANNAKOPOULOS

  • Britain, Zionism and the roads taken: AJ Toynbee and Lewis Namier on nationality and the Jewish question (1914–1945)

Chair: Berber Bevernage


ALEXANDRE AVELAR

  • Historical time and the haunting past: For a critique of recent Brazilian historiography about military dictatorship

RIKA BENVENISTE

  • Shoah survivors as Holocaust historians 

EUGENIA GAY

  • Time and experience in the 20th century: Historians and/as witnesses

DINA GUSEJNOVA

  • Civilisation in the camp: Rethinking the cultural history of internment in the two World Wars

Chair: Kostas Raptis


ELLI LEMONIDOU

  • Revisiting the historiography on the First World War

CHRISTINA THEODOSIOU

  • Writing the memory of the Great War in France and Britain

ANGELIKI SPIROPOULOU

  • Virginia Woolf and the call for women’s history

GABRIELLA VALERA

  • Cultural history and cultural art: History in the first half of the 20th century

EDUARDO WEISZ

  • Max Weber and postmodern historiography

Chair: Kostas Gaganakis


YARA HAWARI

  • Oral history and the Palestinian citizens of Israel

KOSTIS KORNETIS

  • Public history and the experience of torture under the Colonels

CECILIA MACON

  • On not to talk: Hope and joy as resilience. The case of female victims of sexual violence in the Argentinian crimes against humanity trials

GISELE LECKER DE ALMEIDA

  • Transitional justice and historiography: Similarities and differences in dealing with the past

EGON BAUWELINCK

  • Charles Péguy (1873–1914) on making history after progress

Chair: Maria Repousi


MANOS AVGERIDIS

  • History, politics and experience after the Second World War: The historicisation of the European resistance movements

JOHN M. REGAN

  • The exodus myth and ethnic cleansing in 20th-century Ireland

POLYMERIS VOGLIS

  • Rethinking violence in 20th-century history: From victims to agents of violence

EMILIA SALVANOU

  • Historiographical approaches to refugees

EFFIE VOUTIRA

  • From the unwanted to the undesirables: Can there ever be a refugee historiography? Some preliminary remarks on the question of ‘who speaks on behalf of refugees’

Chair: Georges Gianakopoulos


VILLE ERKKILÄ

  • From seers of history to deceived witnesses: Three historians and their stories in the kaleidoscope of the Second World War

REAL FILLION

  • Freedom in the archive: Foucault between La nouvelle histoire and French theory

MIGUEL PALMEIRA

  • Moses I. Finley and the ancient economy: logic and social logic of an ‘academic battleground’

JAKUB MUCHOWSKI

  • Politics, realism, and historical writing in the late 20th century

Chair: Pothiti Hantzaroula


PANEL Beyond ‘women were there’: New perspectives on black women’s history

Participants:

TANISHA FORD
BRITTNEY COOPER
TREVA LINDSEY

ANTHONY MOLHO

  • Historians in exile

Discussant: Vangelis Kechriotis

Chair: Kalle Pihlainen


JOUNI-MATTI KUUKKANEN

  • From truth-functionality to performativity in historiography: Great theory disputes of the postwar period seen through a debate on the Great War

MARÍA INÉS LA GRECA

  • What can performativity theory do for our comprehension of 20th century history and historiography?

MARÍA INÉS MUDROVCIC

  • The pathways between history and historiography

VERONICA TOZZI

  • Two approaches to the relationship between historiography and historical experience: Hayden White and David Carr 30 years later

ANGELIKI KOUFOU

  • The ‘sublime’ and utopian thinking: Considering the ethics of modern historiography

Chair: Rolf Petri


DIMITRIS PLANTZOS, ANTONIS KOTSONAS

  • Artifacts to things: The anthropological shift in archaeological discourse and its repercussions for the study of material culture

TIMO PANKAKOSKI

  • Hans Freyer and the political heritage of history

ZOLTÁN BOLDIZSÁR SIMON

  • The impossible possibility of experience: On history’s ambivalent attitude

ATHENA SYRIATOU

  • The rise, decline and constant resilience of the historiography of the ‘British decline’

THOMAS WOLFE

  • The legacy of flourishing: Division and the problem of purpose in the postwar American historical profession

Chair: Nikos Karapidakis


MOHAMMADREZA SHAHIDIPAK

  • A historiography of revaluations in the 20th century

VLADIMIR ALCANIZ LOPEZ

  • History after the sense of an ending: Georges Didi-Huberman and the survivals of time

LYDIA PAPADAKI

  • Inside-Outside the borders of Western modernity: History, culture and pedagogy in Latin America and the
    United States

ANNA MAHAIRA

  • The return of the narrative and the return of historicism: The unfolding of modern historiography in two distinct phases of the long 19th century
  • 'Representations of the Past: The Writing of National Histories in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Europe (NHIST)' series of books.

Stefan Berger, Effi Gazi, Vangelis Karamanolakis, Athena Syriatou

Chair: Ada Dialla


KRZYSZTOF BRZECHCZYN

  • Class analysis of real socialism: Old approaches and new perspectives

IURII GERASKIN

  • Рaradoxes оf modern Russian history

KOSTIS KARPOZILOS

  • History does nothing: Ex-radicals and the disillusionment with history

GERALD MAKO

  • A tale of two wars: Lev Gumilev, the Eurasianist school and the turning points of the 20th century

Chair: Neni Panourgia


SRIA CHATTERJEE

  • Writing fields: Stella Kramrisch and historiography in 20th century India

DAVID CORRALES

  • The Americanisation of Spain: A new historiographical contribution to the international debate

FIQIH RISALLAH

  • Al-Attas’ decolonisation in Malay historical studies: A refutation of colonial historical theory

WILLIAM GALLOIS

  • The triumph of the Western historical imagination

Chair: Masayuki Sato


VISARUT PHUNGSOONDARA

  • Gossip, misinformation, disinformation and the rise of modern Thai historiography

JUN TANAKA

  • The personality of historical essays: The historiography of Yoshie Hotta’s Hōjōki Shiki (A Personal Note on Hōjōki)

JO-LAN YI

  • A new history of women in 20th-century China

Chair: Marius Turda


CRISTIAN ROIBAN

  • (Re-) thinking history: Historiography as an ideology-diffusion channel in communist Romania (1964–1989). A begriffsgeschichtliche approach

SORIN ANTOHI

  • Pasts continuous: Distancing the short 20th century in East Central Europe 

AURIMAS SVEDAS

  • The age of extremes and the Lithuanian historianploughmen, historianfighters and historianfiremen 

IGOR VRANIC

  • Historiographical decline and the collapse of transnational connections among Croatian historians after 1945

ADA DIALLA

  • The great divide of 1991: Writing histories in Russia in times of crisis

Chair: Anna Karakatsouli


SAKIS GEKAS

  • The absence/presence of anticolonial and postcolonial discourses in Greek historiography

ANDRÉ LUIZ JOANILHO, MARIÂNGELA PECCIOLLI GALLI JOANILHO

  • Diagnoses on the nation: Brazilian cultural history in the 1930s

CÉSAR AUGUSTO DUQUE SÁNCHEZ

  • Colombian historiography in comparative and connected perspectives

NILS RIECKEN

  • Modernity as rupture: Analysing Abdallah Laroui’s epistemology of history as a postcolonial intellectual practice

Chair: Stefan Tanaka


MICHAEL FACIUS

  • Japanese historians and the ‘early modern’, ca. 1900– 1955

EIJI TAKEMURA

  • Confucian origins of modern Japanese evidential scholarship

MASAYUKI SATO

  • The role and purpose of historiography in East Asia

Chair: Lina Ventura


MARIA KOUNDOURA

  • The form of the present: Transnational contemporaneity and the narration of history

LUIS TRINDADE

  • Cultural history and the 20th century

IOANNA LALIOTOU

  • From cosmopolitanism to cosmopolitics: Historical past and futurity in contemporary cultural theory and critique

NICHOLAS DOUMANIS

  • World History in world history: The return of largescale historical analysis

PEDRO CALDAS

  • Uncanny past: On a chapter of Thomas Mann’s The Magic Mountain

Chair: Chris Lorenz


LUIGI CAJANI

  • The historian and the law

DIMITRIS KOUSOURIS

  • Justice, historiography and the quest for historical truth: The case of Raul Hilberg

STEPHAN SCHEUZGER

  • Writing history in the age of human rights: Truth commissions and the representation of historical injustices

Chair: Dimitris Kyrtatas


THEODORE ARABATZIS

  • The turn to practice and the rapprochement between history and history of science 

COSTAS GAVROGLU

  • Social constructivism and history of science

VASIA LEKKA

  • The relations between history and history of science: The case of the history of psychiatry

MANOLIS PATINIOTIS

  • Moving localities and creative circulation: New approaches to 20th-century historiography of science

ARISTOTLE TYMPAS

  • The historiographical challenge of 20th-century technological enthusiasm

Chair: Vangelis Kechriotis


ANTONIS LIAKOS, EFFI GAZI, VANGELIS KARAMANOLAKIS

  • Identity and modernisation: The two concerns of Greek historiography

THOMAS GALLANT

  • Greek historiography as a sample of contemporary trends in historiography

STEFAN BERGER, BERBER BEVERNAGE, CHRIS LORENZ


Closing of the conference: Effi Gazi


Chair: Vangelis Karamanolakis

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