Below you will find a table with the papers that will be presented during the most recent Economic and Social History Seminar series. Papers that were presented during previous seminar series can be found here.
For more information about the seminar series, please have a look at this page.
| The horns of a dilemma in colonial policies: rice, rubber and living standards in the Malay Peninsula
||Kostadis Papaioanno (University of Lund)
|Historical family and European contemporary developmental inequalities: is there a long-term effect?
||Mikolaj Szoltysek (Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology)
| Orphans and their money in times of urban growth and migration: explaining the orphan chambers of Holland, Zeeland and Utrecht
||Josje Schnitzeler (UtrechtUniversity)
|An episode in the era of mass migration: German-speakers and the transition from slavery in Sao Paulo, Brazil (1830-1880)
||Bruno Witzel (University of Gӧttingen)
|Social mobility in 14th century Ghent: in search of the social impact of the Black Death
||Wouter Ryckbosch (VU Brussel), Sam Geens (Antwerp University)
|A history of the political economy of markets in Western Europe
||Craig Muldrew (Cambridge University)
|Unequal socio-economic consequences of climatic shocks in 17th century western Finland
||Heli Huhtamaa (Utrecht University)