Workshop: Gender & Security in Historical Perspective

Thursday -Saturday // 20.-21. September 2018

C03 — The 'House' as Security

Justus Liebig University Giessen, Senatssaal, Ludwigstraße 23

 

We kindly ask you to register via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. until the 5th of September 2018.

 

Thursday, 20th September 2018

 

10am // Sigrid Ruby (Art historian, Subproject C03) und Inken Schmidt-Voges (Historian, Subproject C03)

Introduction

10.30am // John Egle (Historian, Subproject C03)

Das Haus als Raum der Versicherheitlichung der Geschlechter
(The 'House' as space for gender securitization)

11.30am // Elisabetta Cau (Art historian, Subproject C03)

Die Frau als Sicherheitsproblem und ihre sichtbar gemachte Domestizierung als Lösungsversuch
(Women as security threats and their uncovered domestication as an attempted solution)

12.30am - 1.30pm // Lunch break

 

1.30pm // Anja Krause (Historian, Subprojects A03)

Vorstellungen von Geschlechterordnung und Sicherheit in englischen Eheverträgen des 16. Jahrhunderts
(Ideas of gender hierarchy and security in English marriage settlements of the 16th century)

2.30 Uhr // Christian Wenzel (Historian, Subproject A03)

Überlegungen zu Deutungsmustern von weiblicher Herrschaft als Problem und Ressource von Sicherheit während der Französischen Religionskriege
(Deliberations on interpretive schemes of female reign as resource for and threat to security during the French Wars of Religion)

3.30-4.00pm //  Coffee break

 

4.00pm // Marie Scheckenbach (Art historian, Subproject C03)

Wehrhafte Dorica und entblößte Vigilantia. Zur architektonischen Semantik von Sicherheit und der geschlechtsbezogenen Konstruktion architektonischer und skulpturaler Formen
(Belligerent Dorica and denuded Vigilantia. Concerning architectural semantics and gender-based construction in architectural and sculptural forms)

5.00pm // Heidi Hein-Kircher (Historian, Subproject A06)

„Familienplanung“ zwischen individuellen und gesellschaftlichen Sicherheitsvorstellungen (19./20. Jh.)
('Family planning' amidst individual and social conceptions of security)

6.30pm // Dinner

 

Friday, 21st September 2018

 

10.00am // Tobias Bruns (Historian, Associate member of the integrated graduate school ) 

Prostitution and the Security Culture of the German Empire

11.00-11.30am // Coffee break

 

11.30am // Christine Krüger (Historian, Subproject C02)

 'Womanly Fear' and 'Motherly Carefulness'? Gender and Security in the late 19th Century

12.30am - 1.30pm // Lunch break

 

  • Chair: Angela Marciniak (Political scientist/Academic coordinator of SFB/TRR 138)

1.30pm //  Ulrike WeckelKarsten Köhler und Nicolas De Keyser (Historians, Subproject C09)

Suspects and Victims: The Salience of Gender in Real Crime Shows

2.30pm // Regina Kreide (Political scientist,  Subproject C10) und David Álvarez (Political scientist, University of Minho, Braga, Portugal)

Engendering Transnational Threats: Romani Feminism and the Articulation of State Correlative Violence

 3.30pm // Carola Westermeier (Sociologist, Subproject C05)

Gendered Epistemologies of Security and Economy

4.30-5.00pm // Coffee break

 

5.00pm // Gabi Schlag (Political scientist, Universität der Bundeswehr Hamburg)

Resume

6.30pm // Lene Hansen (Political scientist, University of Copenhagen)

Public Keynote Lecture: Gender and the Field of International Security Studies: Past, Present, Future?

8.00pm // Dinner („Dachcafé“, Ludwigspl. 11, 35390 Gießen)

 

 

 

 

 

Workshop: Gender & Security in Historical Perspective

Thursday -Saturday // 20.-21. September 2018

C03 — The 'House' as Security

Justus Liebig University Giessen, Senatssaal, Ludwigstraße 23

 

We kindly ask you to register via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. until the 5th of September 2018.

 

Thursday, 20th September 2018

 

10am // Sigrid Ruby (Art historian, Subproject C03) und Inken Schmidt-Voges (Historian, Subproject C03)

Introduction

10.30am // John Egle (Historian, Subproject C03)

Das Haus als Raum der Versicherheitlichung der Geschlechter
(The 'House' as space for gender securitization)

11.30am // Elisabetta Cau (Art historian, Subproject C03)

Die Frau als Sicherheitsproblem und ihre sichtbar gemachte Domestizierung als Lösungsversuch
(Women as security threats and their uncovered domestication as an attempted solution)

12.30am - 1.30pm // Lunch break

 

1.30pm // Anja Krause (Historian, Subprojects A03)

Vorstellungen von Geschlechterordnung und Sicherheit in englischen Eheverträgen des 16. Jahrhunderts
(Ideas of gender hierarchy and security in English marriage settlements of the 16th century)

2.30 Uhr // Christian Wenzel (Historian, Subproject A03)

Überlegungen zu Deutungsmustern von weiblicher Herrschaft als Problem und Ressource von Sicherheit während der Französischen Religionskriege
(Deliberations on interpretive schemes of female reign as resource for and threat to security during the French Wars of Religion)

3.30-4.00pm //  Coffee break

 

4.00pm // Marie Scheckenbach (Art historian, Subproject C03)

Wehrhafte Dorica und entblößte Vigilantia. Zur architektonischen Semantik von Sicherheit und der geschlechtsbezogenen Konstruktion architektonischer und skulpturaler Formen
(Belligerent Dorica and denuded Vigilantia. Concerning architectural semantics and gender-based construction in architectural and sculptural forms)

5.00pm // Heidi Hein-Kircher (Historian, Subproject A06)

„Familienplanung“ zwischen individuellen und gesellschaftlichen Sicherheitsvorstellungen (19./20. Jh.)
('Family planning' amidst individual and social conceptions of security)

6.30pm // Dinner

 

Friday, 21st September 2018

 

10.00am // Tobias Bruns (Historian, Associate member of the integrated graduate school ) 

Prostitution and the Security Culture of the German Empire

11.00-11.30am // Coffee break

 

11.30am // Christine Krüger (Historian, Subproject C02)

 'Womanly Fear' and 'Motherly Carefulness'? Gender and Security in the late 19th Century

12.30am - 1.30pm // Lunch break

 

  • Chair: Angela Marciniak (Political scientist/Academic coordinator of SFB/TRR 138)

1.30pm //  Ulrike WeckelKarsten Köhler und Nicolas De Keyser (Historians, Subproject C09)

Suspects and Victims: The Salience of Gender in Real Crime Shows

2.30pm // Regina Kreide (Political scientist,  Subproject C10) und David Álvarez (Political scientist, University of Minho, Braga, Portugal)

Engendering Transnational Threats: Romani Feminism and the Articulation of State Correlative Violence

 3.30pm // Carola Westermeier (Sociologist, Subproject C05)

Gendered Epistemologies of Security and Economy

4.30-5.00pm // Coffee break

 

5.00pm // Gabi Schlag (Political scientist, Universität der Bundeswehr Hamburg)

Resume

6.30pm // Lene Hansen (Political scientist, University of Copenhagen)

Public Keynote Lecture: Gender and the Field of International Security Studies: Past, Present, Future?

8.00pm // Dinner („Dachcafé“, Ludwigspl. 11, 35390 Gießen)