10:00 – 10:30 Ute Frevert (MPI for Human Development)
Juliane Brauer und Stephanie Olsen (MPI for Human Development)
Panel 1: Schools, Space and Discipline
10:30 – 12:00 Chair: Heather Ellis (Humboldt University)
Jane Hamlett (Royal Holloway, University of London):
"The Moral Discipline of Common Life?” Space and Relationships in Dormitories for Public School Boys in South-East England, 1845-1918.
Roy Kozlowsky (Northeastern University):
The Architecture of Emotion.
Josephine Hoegaerts (University of Leuven):
Fatherly Pride, Filial Love and Repressed Anger.
Lunch 12:00 – 13:00
Panel 2: Media and Emotional Knowledge Acquisition
13:00 – 15:00 Chair: Juliane Brauer (MPI for Human Development)
Matthew Eddy (Durham University):
Learning to "See" the Order of Experience during the Scottish Enlightenment.
Diane Bjorklund (Illinois State University):
"Sad, Mad and Scared:" Lessons about Grief in American Picture Books during the Second Half of the Twentieth Century.
Harald Salomon (Humboldt University):
“Children in the Wind:” Representations of Childhood in the Media Culture of 1930s Japan.
Manuela Beyer (Freie Universität):
“Listen to Your Heart:” Historical Developments in the Advice on Emotions in a German Youth Magazine.
Coffee Break 15:00 – 15:30
Panel 3: Religion, Emotion and Children
15:30 – 17:00 Chair: Colin Heywood (The University of Nottingham)
Hugh Morrison (University of Otago):
"Torch Bearers in the Cause of Christ and Humanity": Religion and "Growing Up" in British Settler Societies, New Zealand and Canada 1890s to 1930s.
Susan Whitney (Carleton University):
Emotion in the Remaking of French Young Workers: Rereading the Jeunesse Ouvrière Chrétienne and the Jeunesse Ouvrière Chrétienne Féminine, 1927-1937.
Mary Clare Martin (University of Greenwich):
Children, Youth and Religion in Nineteenth-century Britain.
Keynote 17:15 – 18:45
Peter Stearns (George Mason University):
Obedience and Emotion: A Challenge in the Emotional History of Childhood.
Introduction: Stephanie Olsen; Chair: Juliane Brauer
Friday, November 30
Panel 4: The Nation and its Exclusions
10:00 – 12:00 Chair: Benno Gammerl (MPI for Human Development)
Marcelo Caruso (Humboldt University):
Patriotic and Republican Sentiments: Educating Children's Emotions in Early Independent Latin America.
Susan Miller (Rutgers University, Camden): Bloodties and Lifelines.
Elena Tabacchi (University of Florence):
Shaping the Good Citizen: Schoolbooks and National Education in Fin-de-siècle Italy.
Katharina Rowold (London Metropolitan University):
Johanna Haarer and Frederic Truby King; or When is a Baby Care Manual an Instrument of National Socialism?
Lunch 12:00 – 13:00
Panel 5: Emotional Education in Colonial Settings
13:00 – 15:00 Chair: Margrit Pernau (MPI for Human Development, Berlin)
Swapna Banerjee, (Brooklyn College, CUNY):
Exploring Emotional History: Everyday Practices of Fathers and Children in Colonial India.
Karen Vallgårda (University of Copenhagen):
The Ambiguous Politics of Love for Colonized Children: Danish Missionaries in Late Colonial South India.
Jack Lord (SOAS, University of London):
The Intellectual and Emotional History of Children in Colonial Africa: Fear and Security in the Gold Coast.
Kristine Alexander (University of Saskatchewan)
“The Mission of Happifying:” Cheerfulness and Colonialism in the History of the Girl Guides.
Michaela Riediger (MPI for Human Development Berlin):
Emotional Experiences in Adolescence: A View from Contemporary Developmental Psychology.
Lutz Sauerteig (Durham University):
The Emotional Turmoil of Puberty around 1900.
Beth Linker (University of Pennsylvania):
Brace Yourself: Scoliosis Treatment and the Inner Lives of Adolescent Girls in 20th-century America.
Ishita Pande (Queen's University):
Sexology, the Education of Desire and the Conduct of Childhood in Late Colonial India.
Saturday, December 1
Panel 6: Policing, Child Welfare and Child Observation
9:30 – 11:30 Chair: Bettina Hitzer (MPI for Human Development)
Tamara Myers (University of British Columbia):
Happy or Dead: Safety and Fear in Postwar Policing of Childhood.
Kaisa Vehkalati (University of Turku):
Policing Emotions: Youth, Gender and Delinquency in Finland, 1920-1965
Christine von Oertzen (MPI for the History of Science):
Emotions Emerging: Milicent Shinn’s Observations in Early Childhood Development, 1890-1910.
Anne Katrine Gjerløff (University of Aarhus):
"Today Ruth Was Happy:" Diaries of Childhood Development and Emotions.
11:30 – 13:00 Chair: Stephanie Olsen (MPI for Human Development)
Colin Heywood,Rainer SilbereisenUte Frevert, Peter Stearns
Christina Becher, M.A.
Max Planck Institute for Human Development
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