Digital lecture Dr. Charlotte Berry, 'Community, policing and marginality in the suburbs of late medieval London'

When
09-10-2020 from 16:00 to 17:30
Where
Digital: MS Teams group
Organizer
Stefan Meysman
Contact
Stefan.Meysman@UGent.be
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Seventh meeting of 'Somewhere beyond the sea', the Belgo-British Network for Medieval Urban History

For the seventh meeting of 'Somewhere beyond the sea', the Belgo-British Digital Research Network for Medieval Urban History, we have the pleasure of hosting Dr. Charlotte Berry (Bath Spa University, UK), postdoctoral researcher at the department of history at Bath Spa University, UK. Dr. Berry is a specialist in the history of medieval and early modern London. In her research she focusses on neighbourhood communities and social marginality. She is broadly interested in the social and economic history of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries and urban history. She tends to work in an interdisciplinary way, for example applying digital humanities methodologies, GIS and social network analysis to medieval and early modern sources.

Dr. Berry will speak on  'Community, policing and marginality in the suburbs of late medieval London'.

The digital sessions are free and open to all. Get in touch with the coordinator if you want to join: .

Somewhere beyond the sea is an initiative of the Henri Pirenne Institute for Medieval Studies at Ghent University and the School of History at Queen Mary University London (Prof. Miri Rubin).