Digital lecture Dr. Eliza Hartrich, 'Thomas More's Utopia (1516): A Commentary on Inter-Urban Inequality'

When
15-01-2021 from 16:00 to 17:30
Where
Digital: MS Teams
Language
English
Organizer
Stefan Meysman
Contact
Stefan.Meysman@UGent.be
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Lecture by Dr. Eliza Hartrich for the Belgo-British Research Network for medieval urban history

Lecture by Dr. Eliza Hartrich for the Belgo-British Research Network for Medieval Urban History

Friday 15 January 2021 (4pm CET, MS Teams) – For the first seminar of 2021, we are delighted to welcome Dr. Eliza Hartrich of the University of East Anglia. Dr. Hartrich will be speaking about Thomas More's Utopia (1516): A Commentary on Inter-Urban Inequality. She has told us that there will be consideration of Bruges and Antwerp too.

Dr. Hartrich’s (PhD Oxford, 2015) research focuses on late medieval Europe, with a particular interest in the history of towns in the British Isles during the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. In addition to her specialist research, Eliza is interested in interdisciplinary and comparative approaches to urbanism, political language, rebellion, networks, and empire.

To register, get in touch with Stefan.Meysman@UGent.be. The digital lectures are organized and hosted every fortnight by Somewhere beyond the Sea, the Belgo-British Research Network.

Please note that QMUL uses Multi Factor Authentication for digital security in its MS Teams. This means participants need to take into account additional authentication using the Microsoft Authenticator app or text message. You can do this in advance and will need to do it only once.