Événements passés

Women often appear as footnotes in the history of 19th and early 20th century criminal justice. This may be accounted for by the fact that there weren’t many women in prison throughout the period. In the 1860s, 20% of those sentenced to imprisonment (i.e. for less than two years) were women. For…

Menika Dirkson (Temple U.), "Hope and Struggle for the Inner City: Tough on Crime Policing and Juvenile Reform in Philadelphia, 1958-1976”

Gwendolyn Gawarkiewicz Franklin (Temple U.), “West Philadelphia: Public Education and the Role of the University”

Marion Marchet (HDEA-…

Bryant Simon is the Laura H. Carnell professor of History at Temple University. He is the author of four books, including his most recent book, The Hamlet Fire: The Tragic Costs of Cheap Food, Cheap Labor, and Cheap Government, and numerous essays. He has, in addition, edited three…

Docteure en histoire et maîtresse de conférences en civilisation américaine à l'Université Lyon III, Irène Delcourt est l'autrice d'une thèse intitulée Surveiller et guérir: émergence, professionnalisation et déclin d'une première médecine de l'addiction (New York, 1860-1920), rédigée…

Voici le programme 

18h-18h05                Mot de Bienvenue des Organisatrices : Marion Marchet, Claudia Oberst et Louisa Perreau

18h05-18h15            Barbara Fontyn : “Vers une ‘révolution sexuelle’? : l'accès aux méthodes de contrôle des naissances en Angleterre, 1918-1967…

Unfortunately travel restrictions around COVID-19 mean we will not be hosting Andrew K. Sandoval-Strausz.

1) Lisa Bitel (University of South California), “But Why Did the Princesses Have to Die? Landscape and Christianization in 7th-Century Ireland.”

2) Dominic Janes (University of Keele), “The Madonna and the Diva: Religion, Sexuality and Glamour in interwar Britain.”