colloque: « En guerre sans armes » réfugiés et prisonniers du front austro-italien (1915-1918), 2/3 février 2017, maison de la recherche

EN GUERRE SANS ARMES

Réfugiés et prisonniers du front austro-italien (1915-1918)

2-3 février 2017

Maison de la recherche

28 rue Serpente

 

JEUDI 2 FEVRIER – MATINEE

9.00 – Breakfast & coffee 9.20 – Opening speech

 

9.30-10.30
ORGANIZING CAPTIVITY IN THE EMPIRE Chair : Catherine Horel (UMR S-IRICE)

Julia WALLECZEK-FRITZ : Österreichisches Staatsarchiv, Wien
Between Confronta-on and Coexistence. POWs in Austria-Hungary and their Experiences at the Southwestern Front, 1915-1918

Jana ZAŤKOVÁ Ins1tut for Military Archives, Slovak Academy of Sciences,

Bra1slava Italian Prisoners in the Military Region of Bra-slava

 

10.30-11.00 – Coffee break

 

11.00-12.00
FACING THE CAPTIVITY EXPERIENCES IN TESTIMONIES Chair: Etienne Boisserie (Inalco, CREE)

Marco MONDINI Università di Padova & Is1tuto Storico Italo-Germanico

Il racconto della cattività. L’umiliazione del vinto e la scoperta dei fratelli negli scritt di tesmonianza italiani

LUCIANO ZANI, Sapienza Università Sapienza, Roma

Le tesmonianze sui campi di Rastatt ed Ellwangen

 

12.00-13.00 – LUNCH

JEUDI 2 FEVRIER – APRES-MIDI

13.00-14.00

THE VARIOUS FORMS OF CAPTIVITY IN ITALY  Chair : Julia Walleczek-Fritz (Österreichisches Staatsarchiv)

Tomáš RUSEK Silesian University of Opava, Czech Republic

Czech and Slovak prisoners of war in Italy

Petra SVOLJŠAK Historical ins1tute, ZRC SAZU – University of Nova Gorica

The Slovenian Prisoners of War – the Captvities on the Austro-Hungarian fronts

 

14.00-14.30 – Coffee break

 

14.30-15.30 WOMEN BEHIND THE ISONZO FRONT LINE Chair : Rok Stergar (University of Ljubljana)

Petra TESTEN Ins1tiut of Cultural History, RC SASA – Department of History, University of Ljubljana

(War)Fare: everyday life and survival challenges

Ana Cergol PARADIŽ, Department of History, University of Ljubljana Irena SELIŠNIK, Department of History, University of Ljubljana Military courts in gendered perspective

 

15.30-16.00 – Coffee break

 

16.00-17.00

Anna GRILLINI Deutsches Historisches Institut. Max Weber Stiftung, Roma.

Le me inermi. Le donne e il trauma della guerra

Tina BAHOVEC Department of Eastern and South-Eastern European History – Alpen-Adria University
of Klagenfurt, Austria
Embodied nations, engendered bodies: visualising contested territories in the war and its aftermath

 

VENDREDI 3 FEVRIER

9.30 – Meeting and coffee

10.00-11.30 THE REFUGEES : LIVES, ASSISTANCE AND TRAUMAS
Chair : Marco Mondini (Università di Padova & Instituto Storico Italo-Germanico)

 

Jernej KOSI Department of History, University of Ljubljana

The Evacuationon of the Civilian Population aber the Opening of the Isonzo Front (1915)

 

Paolo MALNI Instituto regionale per la storia del movimento di liberazione nel Friuli Venezia Giulia, Trieste

Il Barackensystem in Austria: origini, funzioni, percezioni

 

Bohuslav REJZL Faculty of Education, Charles University, Prague

Social and cultural aspects of the temporary stay of Tren-no “refugees” in Bohemia in 1915–1919

 

11.30-12.00 – Coffee break

 

12.00-13.00

Urška STRLE Department of History, University of Ljubljana

The migrants of war: shedding light upon women

Irene GUERRINI, Università di Genova Marco PLUVIANO, CRID 14-18

Case del Soldato nel Paese, American Red Cross e Y.M.C.A.: aspetti dell’assistenza in Italia ai profughi dalle terre invase

13.00 – Lunch


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