Session 11

Saturday (May 8):
10.00-11.30 AM ET

CHAIR

Peter Vermeersch

(KU Leuven, Belgium)

peter.vermeersch@kuleuven.be

 

PAPERS

Heidi Hein-Kircher

(Herder-Institute for Historical Research, Germany)

heidi.hein-kircher@herder-institut.de

Birth Control as a National Issue: The Reflection of German Reform

Sexual Debates in the Polish-Jewish Journal “Ewa”

 

Elisa-Maria Hiemer

(Herder-Institute for Historical Research, Germany)

elisa-maria.hiemer@herder-institut.de

Pregnancy as a Matter of Choice or Fate? The Polish Interwar Borderlands 

as an Example of Divergent Policies and Convictions

 

Denisa Nestakova

(Herder-Institute for Historical Research, Germany)

denisa.nestakova@herder-institut.de

Pro-Natal/Anti-Women Policies in Slovak Republic During World War II

 

Agnes Laba

(U of Wuppertal, Germany)

laba@uni-wuppertal.de

Family, Birth and Maternity Care in Poland in the Aftermath of World War II

 

DISCUSSANT

Katarina Liskova

(Masaryk U, Czech Republic)

katerina@fss.muni.cz

PANEL CE11

Family Planning as a National Affair?

The Importance of Family Planning in Conflicting Ethno-Spaces in Eastern Europe

Saturday May 8, 10.00-11.30 AM ET

Central Europe