Economic Development and Environmental

International workshop

Economic Development and Environmental Transformations in Europe’s Extractive Peripheries (16th – 21st centuries)

EHESS – School for Advanced Studies in Social Sciences (Paris, France)
21 November 2018
EHESS, 54 boulevard Raspail 75018 Paris – Room 737
9.30 –9.40 Opening
Jawad Daheur (CNRS-CERCEC)
9.40 –11.00 Section I
Chair : Raphaël Morera (CNRS-CRH)
Chechesh Kudachinova (Humboldt University Berlin): « When Knowledge is not Power:
Siberian Mineral Wealth and Early Modern Resource Imaginations »
Discussant:Sarah Claire
Didier Boisseuil (University of Tours): «L’exploitation des ressources naturelles dans la Toscane méridionale et dans le Nord du Latium à la fin du Moyen Âge et au début des Temps modernes »
11.00 – 11.20 Coffee Break
11.20 – 12.40 Section II
Chair : Thomas Le Roux (CNRS-CRH)
Sarah Claire (EHESS): « La zone minière des monts Métallifères en Bohême : un bassin de ressources au cœur de l’Europe des XVIe-XVIIsiècles »
Alexei Kraikovski (HSE University Saint Petersburg): « “From Non being into Being” – Blubber Monopolies and the Governmental Vision of Marine Mammals Hunt in the Russian North, Late 17th– 18th Centuries. »
12.40 – 14.00 Lunch
14.00 – 16.00 Section III
Chair: Laurent Herment (CNRS-CRH)
James Stafford (University of Bielefeld): « ‘The Granary of Great Britain’: Farming and
Manpower in Ireland, 1780-1820 »
Marina Loskutova (HSE University Saint Petersburg): « Russian Timber Trade with Britain in the White Sea Coastal Area in the Second Half of the 18th– first Half of the 19th Century »
Marizio Romanuo (Catholic University of Milan): « Environmental Crises and Economic Transformations in Lombardy’s Extractive Areas. The Case of Wood (late 18th– mid 19th century) »
16.00 – 16.20 Coffee break
16.20 – 17.40 Section IV
Chair : Marc Elie (CNRS-CERCEC)
Elena Kochetkova (HSE University Saint Petersburg): « Forest Exploitation and Technological Innovations in the Soviet Union, 1945-1991 »
Iwona Bojadżijewa (University of Warsaw): « Environmental Degradation, Extractivism and Peripheral Status as Narrated during Round Table Talks in 1989 Poland »
17.40 – 18.00 Conclusion
Matthias Heymann (University of Aarhus)