Session 11

Saturday (May 8):
10.00-11.30 AM ET


Peter Vermeersch

(KU Leuven, Belgium)



Heidi Hein-Kircher

(Herder-Institute for Historical Research, Germany)

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)

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)

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


Agnes Laba

(U of Wuppertal, Germany)

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



Katarina Liskova

(Masaryk U, Czech Republic)


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