Formes, expressions et recompositions des solidarités dans l’Autriche-Hongrie en guerre

Quand :
1 juin 2017 @ 9 h 00 min – 2 juin 2017 @ 13 h 00 min
Où :
Université Paris-IV Sorbonne - Salle des Actes
La Sorbonne
1 Rue Victor Cousin, 75005 Paris

Jeudi 1er juin

8.30 Breakfast & coffee

8.50 Opening speech

Chair Catherine Horel University Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, UMR SIRICE

9.00 – 10.30 “The royal capital of Prague is day and night with you”: Solidarities between civilians and soldiers and their evolution during the First World War
Claire MORELON, Oxford University

Solidarities Behind the Isonzo Front: The Case of Town Bovec and Its Surroundings in Upper Isonzo Valley
Jernej KOMAC, University of Ljubljana

Heroic borderland? Provincial solidarity and nationalism among military volunteers in Carinthia in 1918
Tamás RÉVÉSZ. University of Vienna

10.30-11.00 Coffee break

Chair Isabelle Davion University Paris IV- Sorbonne, UMR SIRICE

11.00 – 12.30 Beyond the Fatherland, more than the Fatherland. Family as a psychological shelter and a transnational form of solidarity among Romanian and Italian soldiers of the Austro-Hungarian Army during the First World War.
Emanuela COSTANTINI (University of Perugia) & Ana Victoria SIMA (Babeş-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca)

Gender Roles and Limits of Familial Solidarity in World War I Correspondence
Jiří HUTEČKA, University of Hradec Králové

Les solidarités implicites. Livre d’honneur des soldats saxons de Mediasch, en Transylvanie
Catherine ROTH. CRESAT, université de Haute Alsace

12.30-14.00 LUNCH

14.00-15.20 From imperial inclusion to the loss of citizenship. Refugees in Austria-Hungary during the WWI (Keynote speech)
Francesco FRIZZERA

15.20-15.40 Coffee break

Chair Rok Stergar University of Ljubljana

15.40-17.10 The activities of the Italian Consul and the Associazione italiana di Beneficenza in Trieste in favour of the “regnicoli” (August 1914 – May 1915).
Matteo PERISSINOTTO, University of Trieste

Denunciation and the decline of the Habsburg home front during the First World War
Tamara SCHEER. Ludwig Boltzmann Institut für Historische Sozialwissenschaft, Universität Wien

From Warfare to war fears? Schools as hotspots of solidarities in the Czech lands at war
Étienne BOISSERIE, Inalco (CREE)

Vendredi 2 juin

9.00 Breakfast & coffee

Chair Mile Bjelajac Institute for Recent History of Serbia

9.30- 10.30 Frontline Fighters and Etappenschweine Solidarity and Egoism in the War Experience of Austro-Hungarian Soldiers
Rok STERGAR, University of Ljubljana

An Unexpected Camaraderie in Arms on the Eastern Front: Austro-Hungarian Solidarity and Kriegsfürsorge Extended to the Ottoman troops during the Galician Campaign in 1916-1917
Ozan ARSLAN. Department of Political Science and International Relations Izmir University of Economics

10.30-11.00 Coffee break

Chair Etienne Boisserie Inalco, CREE

11.00-12.00 The Carpathian Front (1914 – 1915) in Today‘s Eastern Slovakia and the Limits of Solidarity
Gabriela DUDEKOVÁ – Dušan KOVÁČ. Institute of History. Slovak Academy of Sciences

The Serbian Loyalty and Disloyalty within Habsburg Military 1914-1918
Dr Mile BJELAJAC. Director of the Institute for Recent History of Serbia

12.30-13.00 Conclusions

13.00 Lunch

Programme à télécharger : programme_solidarities