Digital lecture Niels Fieremans, 'Captured with malicious intent? Debt imprisonment of foreign merchants in late medieval Bruges'

When
03-12-2021 from 16:00 to 17:00
Where
Digital: MS Teams
Language
English
Organizer
Stefan Meysman
Contact
Stefan.Meysman@UGent.be

Lecture by Niels Fieremans (Ghent University, BE) for the Digital Medieval Urban History Network

Friday 3rd December 2021 (16h00 CET, 15h00 GMT), Niels Fieremans (Ghent University, BE) will deliver a paper titled 'Captured with malicious intent? Debt imprisonment of foreign merchants in late medieval Bruges'

Niels Fieremans is a PhD fellow at Ghent University's History Department and Department for Jurisprudence & Criminology at the Faculty of Law. He is a member of the Henri Pirenne Institute for Medieval Studies. He conducts PhD research on the law of commerce and formal and informal litigation methods in late medieval Bruges. He is the collaborator of the FWO-funded project 'Litigation strategies and the law of commerce in later medieval Bruges', directed by Prof. dr. Jan Dumolyn (History, Ghent), Prof. dr. Dirk Heirbaut (Law, Ghent) and Prof. dr. Dave De ruysscher (Legal history, Brussels).

This lecture is the 28th event of the Digital Medieval Urban History Network, directed by the Henri Pirenne Institute at Ghent University and the Department of History at Queen Mary University London.

The network's digital lectures are open to all, for registration to the MS Teams group please get in touch with Prof. Miri Rubin (QMUL) or Dr. Stefan Meysman (Ghent)