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2012

Monday 4 July 2012

  • Boris Horemans (VUB) and Bram Vannieuwenhuyze (KU Leuven)Bâtir pour la ville, bâtir pour la cour: architectes et artisans à Bruxelles (XVe-XVIIe siècles).
  • Boris Horemans (VUB)Deughdigh ende loffelyck werck. Ambachtsmeesters en bouwondernemers in het Brusselse Vier Gekroondenambacht tijdens de achttiende eeuw.
  • Griet Vermeesch (VUB) and Marie Charlotte Le Bailly (Huygens Institute), Explaining the great litigation decline. Processes of social change and changing litigation patterns in early modern Europe.

 Monday 29 August 2012

  • Vicky Vanruysseveldt (VUB)Ambulant entertainment in het Hertogdom Brabant in de tweede helft van de achttiende eeuw.

Monday 13 September 2012

  • Anne Winter (VUB)Settlement law and rural-urban relief transfers in nineteenth-century Belgium: A case study on migrants’ access to relief in Antwerp.

Monday 9 October 2012

  • Heidi Deneweth (VUB)‘Good fences make good neighbours’. The built environment and neighbourhood change in early modern Bruges.

Monday 23 October 2012

  • Wouter Ryckbosch (VUB & UGent)The consumption of ‘new luxuries’ in the eighteenth-century Southern Netherlands: A changing material culture and its relation to the social.

Monday 6 November 2012

  • Griet Vermeesch (VUB)Access to justice. The pro bono procedure in the early modern Low Countries.
  • Dave De ruysscher (VUB) and Griet Vermeesch (VUB), The early modern family economy as legal entity: towards an analysis of the legal position of married women in cities in the Southern Netherlands.

Monday 4 December 2012

  • Brecht Dewilde (KU Leuven)The economics of multiple guild membership in the southern Low Countries, 1600-1800.
  • Heidi Deneweth (VUB)The Cost of Health Care in the Netherlands,1650-1900.

18 December 2012

  • Bart Lambert (University of York)England’s Immigrants, 1330-1550