Conference contributions

Forthcoming Conference Contributions

Martin Bauch, Stratosphärische Vulkanausbrüche als Ankerpunkte einer vormodernen Globalgeschichte / Keynote für die Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für die Geschichte der Wissenschaften, der Medizin und der Technik (GWMT), Bochum, 12.-14. September 2018.

Thomas Labbé, The Construction of the Vulnerability Concept in Disaster and Development Studies and its Use by the Historians of Climate: Paradox and Necessity (?) / Climate Change Adaptation and History: An Interdisciplinary Conversation, Eleonora Rohland, Georges Adamson and Matthew Hannaford org., University of Bielefeld (Germany), 11 September 2018.

Recent Conference Contributions (since 2017)

2018

Annabell Engel, Poster ‘Reconstructing the Climate of the Dantean Anomaly from Documentary Sources’ / 17th International Conference of Historical Geographers, July 16, 2018, Warsaw.

Martin Bauch, Vorstellung des Dantean Anomaly Projekts / Praha, Centrum Medievistických Studií (Czech Academy of Sciences), 19. April 2018  sowie Kolloquium des Lehrstuhls für Mittelalterliche Geschichte, Prof. Dr. Uwe Israel, Technische Universität Dresden, 10. Juli 2018.

Annabell Engel, The Onset of the Little Ice Age in 14th-Century Central Europe: Evidence from Narrative Sources and Deliberations about the Utility of Other Source Types / Session “New Approaches to Climate History of the 13th/14th Century: Tipping Points and Extreme events, 2 July 2018, International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 1-6 July 2018.

Thomas Labbé, Economic and Social Impact of Climate in Northern Alpine Regions, c. 1280-1330 / Session “New Approaches to Climate History of the 13th/14th Century: Tipping Points and Extreme events, 2 July 2018, International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 1-6 July 2018.

Martin Bauch, A Decade of Flooding. Infrastructural and Institutional Responses to Extreme Precipitation in Bologna between 1309-1321 / Session “New Approaches to Climate History of the 13th/14th Century: Tipping Points and Extreme events, 2 July 2018, International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 1-6 July 2018.

Martin Bauch, Annabell Engel, Die 1340er Jahre als Schlüsseljahrzehnt der Great Transition. Eine klimahistorische Perspektive auf den Vorabend des Schwarzen Todes, held on May 25, 2018 at the interdisciplinary colloquium for the preparation of the special exhibition “Pest” at the LWL-Museum für Archäologie – Westfälisches Landesmuseum Herne. See a video recording of the presentation.

Martin Bauch, Past Extreme Events and their Societal Impact: Approaches from Climate History / Colloquium, Max-Planck-Institute for Biogeochemistry, Jena, 25. April 2018.

Martin Bauch, Societal reactions to erosion, drought and extreme precipitation from Central Italy in the Late Middle Ages / Mediterranean Desert Margin and Drylands Workshop (MULTIPP), Institut für Geographie, Universität Leipzig, 6.-9. März 2018.

Martin Bauch, Update on the Working Group “Eruptions of the mid-15th Century / 3rd Meeting of the Volcanic Impacts on Climate and Society (VICS) working group, Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, University of Arizona, Tucson (AZ), USA, 12-14 January 2018.

Martin Bauch, Die Magdalenenflut 1342. Ein Jahrtausendereignis und seine Konsequenzen in Mitteleuropa / Mittwochsvorträge, Leibniz-Institut für Geschichte und Kultur des östlichen Europa (GWZO), 10. Januar 2018, Leipzig und Ringvorlesung Landesgeschichte, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, 25. April 2018.

 

2017

Martin Bauch, The flood of Saint Mary Magdalene’s Day 1342 in Central Europe and its aftermath: A perspective on urban and rural impacts with special regard to infrastructural responses / Shocks and Hazards in History: Vulnerability and Resilience, organized by Tim Soens and Maika de Kayzer, University of Antwerp, 27-28 November 2017.

Martin Bauch, Klimageschichte als Argument. Vom Gebrauch des Mittelalters in (außer-)wissenschaftlichen Debatten über den anthropogenen Klimawandel / Jahrestagung des GWZO: Ostfaktisch: Herstellung, Aneignung, Beugung – Geschichte(n) im Fokus von Politik, Wissenschaft und Kunst, 23.-24. Oktober 2017, GWZO, Leipzig.

Martin Bauch, A microperspective on ‚The Great Transition‘: Remarks of a historian of Late Medieval Italy and Central Europe / ESEH Biennial Conference 2017: Natures in between. Environments in areas of contact among states, economic systems, cultures and religions, 28 June – 3 July 2017, here: Session 3-E, Environmental History and Economic History, Bruce Campbell’s The Great Transition and the Late Medieval World I, 29 June 2017.

Thomas Labbé, Vulnerability and Resilience to Droughts from Narrative Sources (12th-14th centuries) / Adaptation and Resilience to Droughts: Historical Perspectives in Europe and Beyond, Alexis Metzger and Carmen de Jong org., University of Strasbourg, 1-2 June 2017 (Keynote).

Martin Bauch, Vorstellung des Forschungsprojekts „The Dantean Anomaly 1309-1321“ / Oberseminar des Lehrstuhls für Mittelalterliche Geschichte (W. Huschner), Universität Leipzig, 23. Mai 2017 / Oberseminar des Lehrstuhls für Mittelalterliche Geschichte (K. Ubl), Universität zu Köln, 5. Dezember 2017 / Kolloquium des Lehrstuhls für Mittelalterliche Geschichte (S. Schmolinsky), Universität Erfurt, 12. Dezember 2017 / Kolloquium des Lehrstuhls für Mittelalterliche Geschichte (G. Signori), Universität Konstanz, 21. Dezember 2017.

Martin Bauch, The flagellants, the volcano and the malign weather conditions of the 1250s / Session 8 (Volcanic eruptions: the thread connecting climate records, societal change and future climate projections?), 5th Open Science Meeting. PAGES, Zaragoza, 10 May 2017.

Martin Bauch, Keynote lecture: Volcanic eruptions and their societal impact – a perspective from the historical disciplines / 2nd Workshop of The Volcanic Impacts on Climate and Society (VICS) working group of the Past Global Changes (PAGES) project, Zaragoza, 9 May 2017.

Martin Bauch, The Dantean Anomaly Project: A comparative approach to a period of increasing extreme events and their societal impact / Climate and Societies in the Mediterranean during the Last Two Millenia. Current State of Knowledge and Research Perspectives, organized by Nicolas Maughan et al., Université Aix-Marseille, 8-9 March 2017.

Martin Bauch, Slow onset in slow motion. Eine Nahaufnahme der Dürre und Teuerung in Italien 1302/03 am Beispiel Siena / Ladenburger Diskurs „Katastrophen im Spannungsfeld von Kultur, Umwelt und Technik: Hitze, Hunger und Durst – Dürrekatastrophen im mediterranen Raum“, Daimler und Benz Stiftung, 3. März 2017, Ladenburg.