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CONSIGNING THE 1970S TO HISTORY: A GLOBAL
PERSPECTIVE
Expert meeting: 13-14 May 2014
Convenors: Prof. Dr. Duco Hellema and Prof. Dr. Beatrice de Graaf
PROGRAMME
TUESDAY, 13 MAY 2014
Location: Kanunnikenzaal, University Hall. Domplein 29, 3512 JE Utrecht
12:30-13:30
Welcome and Lunch
13:30-14.00
Duco Hellema (Utrecht University)
Opening
14:00-14:45
Bruce Schulman (Boston University)
The Global Crisis of the Welfare State and the Rise of NeoLiberalism
Nigel Ashton (London School of Economics and Political Science)
The end of the Golden Decade and the impact of the oil crisis
14:45-15:00
Break
15:00-16:30
James Kennedy (University of Amsterdam)
Neo-conservatism: the 1970s and the moral ‘Tendenzwende’ in the
Netherlands revisited
Kim van der Wijngaart (Utrecht University)
The Year of Europe: transatlantic tensions of the 1970s revealed
Referee (to be announced) and discussion
Drinks and Dinner afterwards
WEDNESDAY, 14 MAY 2014
Location: Sweelinckzaal, Faculty of Humanities. Drift 21, 3512 BR Utrecht
09:30-10:00
Welcome
10:00-11:15
Katharina Kunter (Ermittlungsausschuss Frankfurt)
The churches and the moral revival of the 1970s: between
evangelical dawn and social engagement. An international
perspective
Stefan Bekedam (Utrecht University)
Legal fights, moral fissures. The struggle over abortion in Europe in
the 1970s
Floribert Baudet (Netherlands Defense Academy)
The rise of the human rights paradigm in the Netherlands and
abroad, an international comparison
11:15-11:30
Break
11:30-12:30
Referee (to be announced) and discussion
12:30-13:30
Lunch
13:30-15:00
Frans Becker (Wiardi Beckman Stichting)
Social-democracy at a turning point? The Den Uyl Administration
in comparative perspective
Beatrice de Graaf (Utrecht University)
Law and order. Towards a new intransigence
Referee (to be announced) and Discussion
15:00-15:30
Break
15:30-16:30
Jeremy Black (University of Exeter)
The rise of consumer’s society. Democratization of consumption in
the 1970s, an international perspective
Referee (to be announced) and discussion
16:30-17:00
Closing remarks and farewell reception
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