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26/11/2014 - 28/11/2014

Vivere la guerra. Pensare la pace (1914-1921​). Le esperienze delle donne, il pensiero femminista e le relazioni internazionali

DEP. Deportate esuli, profughe. Rivista telematica sulla memoria femminile
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Venezia, 26-28 novembre 2014/Venice, 26-28 November 2014

Vivere la guerra. Pensare la pace (1914-1921)
Le esperienze delle donne, il pensiero femminista e le relazioni internazionali

Living war. Thinking peace (1914-1921)
Women’s experiences, feminist thought and international relations

Programma
Programme

Mercoledì 26 novembre/Wednesday 26th November
14.30-21 Auditorium Santa Margherita

14.30-15 Presentazione e saluti/Welcome
Bruna Bianchi-Geraldine Ludbrook
Michele Bugliesi, Rettore dell'Università Ca' Foscari
Anna Cardinaletti, Direttrice del Dipartimento di Studi linguistici e culturali comparati

Vivere la guerra/Living war
Chair: Geraldine Ludbrook

15-15.30 Giovanna Procacci (Università di Modena), Le donne nelle manifestazioni popolari contro la guerra in Italia (Women in popular demonstrations against the war in Italy)

15.30-16 Carol Acton (University of Waterloo, Ontario), “I saw them die”: First World War Nursing Accounts and the Politics of Injury

16-16.20 Pausa caffè/ Coffee break

16.20-16.50 Liubov Zhvanko (Beketov National University of Kharkiv), World War I and a Woman-refugee: In Arms of Sorrow and Fear

16.50-17.20 Elena Dundovich (Università di Firenze) In fuga dalla rivoluzione bolscevica. L’esperienza di Irene Nemirovski (Fleeing the Bolshevik revolution. The experience of Irene Nemirovski)

17.20-17.50 Matteo Ermacora (Università di Venezia, DEP), Nella tempesta. L’esperienza femminile durante l’occupazione del Veneto 1917-1918 (Inside the storm. The experiences of women during the occupation of Veneto 1917-1918)

17.50-19.30 Dibattito/Discussion

19.30-21 Buffet dinner

Giovedì 27 Novembre/Thursday 27th November
9-13 Aula Baratto

Le voci delle donne/Women's Voices
Chair: Daniela Ciani

9-9.30 Teresa Fava Thomas (Fitchburg State University), Occupation, Hunger, and Disease: The Great War as Experienced by the Women of the Grava Family in Revine Lago, Italy, and in America

9.30-10 Catia Papa (Università della Tuscia), Lettere alla Regina: voci e vissuti delle italiane in guerra (1914-1918) (Letters to the Queen: Voices and experiences of Italian women during the war (1914-1918))

10-10.30 Bruna Bianchi (Università di Venezia, DEP), “Quella strage degli innocenti ci ha ossessionato per anni”. Testimonianze femminili della fame nell’Europa Centrale. (“That massacre of the innocents has haunted us for years”. Women witnesses of hunger in Central Europe)

10.30-10.50 Pausa caffè/ Coffee break

10.50-11.20 Marisa Sestito (Università di Udine), The lady and the soldier: Mrs. Dalloway and the Great War

11.20-11.50 Donna Coates (University of Calgary), De-Militarizing a Military Culture: Brenda Walker’s The Wing of Night

11.50-13 Dibattito/Discussion

13-15 Buffet lunch

Giovedì 27 novembre/Thursday 27th November
15-19.30 Aula Baratto

Pacifiste/Women pacifists
Chair: Bruna Bianchi

15-15.30 Laurie Cohen (University of Innsbruck), “Fighting for Peace Amidst Paralyzed Popular Opinion”: Bertha von Suttner’s and Rosa Mayreder’s Pacifist-Feminist Insights on Gender, War and Peace

15.30-16 Maria Grazia Suriano (Università di Venezia, DEP), The First Italian Section of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (1915-1922)

16-16.30 Dagmar Wernitznig (University of Oxford), Living Peace, Thinking Equality: Rosika Schwimmer’s (1877–1948) War on War

16.30-16.50 Pausa caffè/Coffee break

16.50-17.20 Deborah Thom (Robinson College, Cambridge), Feminism, socialism and organizing among women in the First World War in Britain

17.20-17.50 Amy Beth Aronson (Fordham University New York), “Pacifist Revolutionary”: Crystal Eastman, the Dilemmas of Intersectionalism, and the Struggle for World Peace

17.50-18.20 Dario Fazzi (Roosevelt Study Center, Middelburg), Eleanor Roosevelt as a Modern Pacifist Leader: Pragmatism, and Political Efficacy in Interwar America

18.20-19.30 Dibattito/Discussion

Venerdì 28 novembre/Friday 28th November
9-13.30 Aula Baratto

L'attivismo. Gli anni di guerra/Activism during the war
Chair: Maria Grazia Suriano

9-9.30 Ingrid Sharp (University of Leeds), Letting Our Hearts Speak: Love as Moral Imperative and Anti-war Strategy in the International Women’s Movement 1914-1919

9.30-10 Brigitte Rath (Vienna University), “Do women want war or peace?” Female Peace Activists in First World War Austria

10-10.30 Elena Bignami (Università di Bologna), Le anarchiche italiane di fronte alla Grande Guerra (Italian anarchist women and the Great War)

10.30-10.50 Pausa caffè/Coffee break

10.50-11.20 Marie-Michèle Doucet (Université de Montréal), Helping the German Children: French humanitarian aid and Franco-German reconciliation after the Great War (1919-1921)

11.20-11.50 Augusta Molinari (Università di Genova), Esperienze ed ambiguità di un pacifismo di genere. La mobilitazione femminile come pratica di assistenza. Il caso italiano (Experiences and ambiguities of gendered pacifism. The mobilization of women as a practice of assistance. The Italian case.)

11.50-12.20 Francesco Scomazzon (Centro di storia della Svizzera “Bruno Caizzi”), Donne di pace? Pensiero e azione dell’Unione Femminile Nazionale in tempo di guerra (Women of Peace? Thought and action of the National Union of Women in wartime)

12.20-13.30 Dibattito/Discussion

13.30-15.30 Buffet lunch

Venerdì 28 novembre/Friday 28th November
15.30-19 Aula Baratto

L’attivismo. Il dopoguerra/Activism after the war
Chair: Matteo Ermacora

15.30-16 Rebecca Shriver (Florida State University), Unwelcome Voices: War, Gender, and Feminist Pacifists in Weimar Politics

16-16.30 Angelique Leszczawski-Schwerk (TU Bergakademie Freiberg), “War as beginning of a new era?” Polish Feminists Thoughts, Reflections on Peace and their Visions about the Post War Era (1914-1921)

16.30-16.50 Pausa caffè/Coffee break

16.50-17.20 Vesela Tutavac (Intitut für Slawistik, Alpen-Adria Universität Klagenfurt), Women in the “old Yugoslavia”: Organizations and Activism during the Interwar Era

17.20-17.50 Renata Jambrešić Kirin (Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research, Zagreb), A Women’s History of World War One in Croatian (Post)Socialist Cultural Memory

17.50-18.20 Catia Cecilia Confortini (Wellesley College), The Post-War Moment: Transnational Feminist Praxis in the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom in the Aftermath of the Second World War

18.20-19.30 Dibattito/Discussion

LUOGO
Venezia, Università Ca’ Foscari
Italia

CONTATTI
Bruna Bianchi
E-mail: bbianchi@unive.it

Pubblicato da Laura DE GIORGI