Vergangene Tagungen und Panels

  • Workshop: Haushalten mit Verwandtschaft
    Universität Hannover, 12.-14. Oktober 2023,
    Organisatorinnen: Michaela Hohkamp (Hannover) und Margareth Lanzinger
  • Internationale Tagung: Mountain Entrepreneurs – Generations and Transformations (1740–1830)
    Universität Wien, 14.-15. September 2023
    Organisator*innen: Margareth Lanzinger, Jon Mathieu (Luzern), Juan Hernandez Franco (Murcia), Antonio Irigoyen (Murcia) und Ana Zabalza (Navarra)
    Programm
    Tagungsbericht

  • Panel ESSHC 2023: Guardians of children, custodians of wealth, opponents of widowed parents (16th to 18th century)
    Universität Göteborg, 12.–15. April 2023
    Organisatorinnen: Janine Maegraith und Margareth Lanzinger
    Chair: Craig Muldrew
    Discussant: Siglinde Clementi
  • Panel ESSHC 2023: Sibling Relations: Early Modern Noble Siblings. Situational Configurations between Alliance and Conflict
    Universität Göteborg, 12.–15. April 2023
    Organisatorinnen: Margareth Lanzinger, Siglinde Clementi
    Chair: Margareth Lanzinger
    Discussant: Michaela Hohkamp
  • Panel ESSHC 2023: Framing & Negotiating Family
    Universität Göteborg, 12.–15. April 2023
    Organisatorin: Margareth Lanzinger
    Chair: Dalia Lenarte
  • International Workshop: Debt - the Good, the Bad and the Hidden. Bringing Family, Kin, Commerce and Consumption Debts Together
    Universität Wien, 15.–17. September 2022
    Organisator*innen: Janine Maegraith, Margareth Lanzinger, Matthias Donabaum
    Programm
    Tagungsbericht
  • Tagung: Verwandtschaft und Geschäft. Recht, Geschlecht und Generationperspektiven (16.–20. Jahrhundert) / Conference: Kinship and Business. Law, Gender and Generational Perspectives (16th–20th Centuries) / Convegno Parentela e impresa. Diritto, genere e prospettive generazionali (secc. XVI-XX)
    Freie Universität Bozen, Bolzano, 16.18. September 2021
    Organisator*innen:
    Margareth Lanzinger, Siglinde Clementi, Andrea Bonoldi
    Programm
    Tagungsbericht
  • Panel ESSHC 2021: Undivided Property among Brothers in the Early Modern Period: Legal Norms and Social Practices. Four Case Studies in Comparison
    Leiden University, 24.-27 März 2021
    Chair: Margareth Lanzinger
    Organisatorinnen: Margareth Lanzinger, Siglinde Clementi
    Discussant: Benedetta Borello

    Siglinde Clementi, Undivided Property among Brothers – a Multifaceted Social Practice. The Case of Tyrolean Nobility in the Early Modern Period
    Michaela Hohkamp, Brothers between Cooperation and Competition: Strategies and Politics of High Noble Houses within the HRE in Early Modern Times
    Cinzia Lorandini, Between Business and Family Assets: Undivided Property among Brothers in Trentino (18th to 19th c.)
    Janine Maegraith, Undivided Fraternal Property among the Peasantry in Early Modern Southern Tyrol. A Legal Hybrid?
  • Panel SSHA Chicago „Modes of Transfer"
    Samstag 23. November 2019, 09:00 - 10:30
    Chair: Margareth Lanzinger
    Discussant: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux

    Janine Maegraith,
    Financing Transfers. Buying, Exchanging, and Inheriting Properties in Early Modern Southern Tyrol
    Johannes Kaska, The Influence of Partible Inheritance on Land Transactions. Schlanders, Southern Tyrol, and Lambach, Upper Austria, Compared
    Fabrice Boudjaaba u. Laurent Herment, The Civil Code, a Revolution in Modes of Transfer? Heritage and Marriage Contracts in France at the Beginning of the 19th Century

  • Open Kinship? Social and Legal Practices from Gender Perspectives (1450–1900) | 10th Conference of the European network “Gender Differences in the History of European Legal Cultures” | Vienna, Sept. 2019
    Universität Wien, 26.09.2019–28.09.2019
    Organisator*innen: Margareth Lanzinger, Julia Heinemann, Johannes Kaska und Janine Maegraith
    Programm

  • Panel Rural History Paris „Mobile Land - Contexts of Changes in Ownership"
    Donnerstag 12. September 2019, 14:30 - 16:00
    Chair: Margareth Lanzinger
    Organisatorinnen: Margareth Lanzinger, Janine Maegraith, Regina Schäfer
    Discussant: Emmanuel Huertas

    Regina Schäfer, Life Tenants? Mobility of Land in the Middle Rhine Valley (15th century)

    Birgit Heinzle, Inheritance, Marriage, Sales. Land Transactions among the Rural Society in the Aflenz region (Upper Styria), c. 1494-1550

    Janine Maegraith und Johannes Kaska, The Influence of Inheritance Practice on Land Transfers in Early Modern Tyrol. Expectations and Reality

    Aleksander Panjek, The Tangible and the Intangible. Peasant Land Market in the Slovene Countryside (Karst, 17th-18th centuries)


  • Internationaler Workshop „Der letzte Wille. Norm und Praxis des Testierens in der Neuzeit" | L'ultima volontà. Norma e pratica delle disposizioni testamentarie in età moderna“ | Freie Universität Bozen, Fakultät für Bildungswissenschaften, Brixen in Kooperation mit dem Kompetenzzentrum Regionalgeschichte, Freie Universität Bozen | am 19. Oktober 2018
    Tagungsbericht
  • Workshop „Material Culture in Context" | University of Cambridge, Newnham College | am 6. und 7. Juli 2018

  • Panel ESSHC Belfast „The Role of Wealth in Shaping Social Relations in Early Modern Europe"
    Freitag 6. April 2018,  14.00 - 16.00 | University of Belfast
    Chair: Raffaella Sarti
    Organisatorinnen: Margareth Lanzinger, Janine Maegraith
    Discussant: Marie-Pierre Arrizabalaga

    Siglinde Clementi:  Seperately Managed and Controlled: the Assets of Women. Marriage Portions, Inheritance and Testamentary Dispositions of Tyrolian Noble Women in the Early Modern Period
    Helena Iwasinski:  Property Transfers between Family Members of the Lower Nobility in Eighteenth Century
    Cinzia Lorandini:  Merchant Families and Undivided Patrimonies: a Case Study from the Prince Bishopric of Trento (Eigteenth Century)
    Janine Maegraith, Margareth Lanzinger:  The Role of Inherited Wealth among Siblings in Early Modern Southern Tyrol

  • Internationaler Workshop „Vermögen als Beziehungsmedium – Recht und Praxis in sozialen und rechtlichen Übergangsräumen" | Beni come veicolo di relazioni sociali – diritto e prassi in spazi di transizione“ | Freie Universität Bozen, Fakultät für Bildungswissenschaften, Brixen in Kooperation mit dem Kompetenzzentrum Regionalgeschichte, Freie Universität Bozen | am 26. und 27. Mai 2017