Medieval Economic and Social History

Seminar or event series

Cambridge has a strong tradition in the economic and social history of the middle ages, and this seminar has long been at the heart of it. While its focus remains the history of the British Isles, the seminar has recently begun to expand its geographical scope to feature work on the economies and societies of continental Europe and beyond.

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

Events

May
11

Prices and Crises. The Grain Economy in Fourteenth-Century Flanders

Stef Espeel (University of Antwerp)
May
25

Health inequality, life chances, and social change in medieval Cambridge: what the skeletons say

John Robb (Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge)

At a glance

Term
Easter Term
When
5.00pm
Where
Walters Room, Selwyn College
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