Digital lecture Prof. Katherine French, 'Consumption and Domesticity after the Plague in Late Medieval London'

When
02-07-2021 from 16:00 to 17:00
Where
Digital: MS Teams
Language
Dutch
Organizer
Stefan Meysman
Contact
Stefan.Meysman@UGent.be
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Twenty-second lecture of the Belgo-British Digital Research Network for Medieval Urban History

Friday 2 July 2021 (16.00 CET): Dr. Katherine French (University of Michigan) will present on ‘Consumption and Domesticity after the Plague in Late Medieval London’. Prof. French is J. Frederick Hoffman Professor of History at the University of Michigan (USA). She is a specialist in the history of women, gender and sexuality of the European Middle Ages and early modern period. Prof. French is the author of, among many other publications, monographies People of the Parish (Philadelphia, 2001) and Good Women of the Parish (Philadelphia, 2008).

This lecture is part of the digital series organised by the Belgo-British Research Network for Medieval Urban History, hosted by Queen Mary University London and the Henri Pirenne Institute for Medieval Studies at Ghent University. The digital lectures are organised every fortnight on Friday afternoon. They are open to all. To register, please contact Stefan.Meysman@UGent.be.