Early Modern Economic and Social History

Seminar or event series

Our seminar is interested in social and economic aspects of the sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries, in any part of the globe. We meet in the Faculty building on alternate Thursdays in Lent Term and in Easter Term. The convenors welcome suggestions for speakers.

This seminar does not take place in Michaelmas Term. It is one of the contributors to the Core seminar in economic and social history

This seminar will resume when physical meetings become possible.

Convenors

Amy Erickson

Craig Muldrew

Paul Warde

 

 

The support of the Trevelyan Fund (Faculty of History) is gratefully acknowledged.

Events

More information to follow

Page credits & information

Image: detail from Ox driver on the Isle of Wight by Lambert Doomer (1624-1700), British Museum collection