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2017

Monday 20 February 2017

  • Jan Naert (UGent)"Ventre affamé n’a pas d’oreilles” Lokale besturen en voedselpolitiek: interacties en populaire percepties in bezet België en Noord-Frankrijk tijdens de Eerste Wereldoorlog
  • Heidi Deneweth (VUB), Ward Leloup (VUB) & Mathijs Speecke (Ghent University)Visualising urban social change, Bruges (Belgium) 1300-1700

Monday 6 March 2017

  • Manuela Martini (Université Lyon 2)Brotherhood and immigrant business from Southern to North-Western Europe in the 20th Century 

Maandag 20 March 2017

  • Lies Vervaet (UGent)Female wage labour in Coastal Flanders (15th-16th century) 

Monday 24 April 2017

  • Jordan Claridge (London School of Economics and Political Science)(Real) Wages in Late Medieval England: Evidence from Agriculture

Monday 22 May 2017

  • Thomas Verbruggen (UAntwerpen)De negentiende-eeuwse transportrevolutie en veranderingen in de rekruteringsgebieden voor dienstmeiden van Antwerpen en Brussel, 1850-1910

Monday 26 June 2017

  • Marjolein Schepers (VUB)Over de grenzen van de gemeenschap. Onderhandelingen over het behoren tot de lokale samenleving in de Lage Landen, 1750-1850 
  • Janna Everaert (VUB)Urban and Rural Elites: From Separate to Closely Entangled Worlds - The Cases of Late Medieval Flanders and Brabant

Monday 18 September 2017

  • Griet Vermeesch (VUB)Facing illegitimacy in eighteenth-century Antwerp. A mixed bag of experiences in shifting contexts.
  • Junior ECC (UGent), geschreven door Esther Beeckaert, Sander Berghmans, Dieter Bruneel, Hanne Cottyn, Pieter De Reu, Marjolein Schepers, Tobit Vandamme en Sven Van MelkebekeTSEG essay competition: Economic and social history in the next ten years

Monday 2 October 2017

  • Frederik BuylaertConstructing the Flemish nobility

Monday 16 October 2017

  • Pieter De Graef (UAntwerpen) and Wouter Ronsijn (UGent)From home food production to professional farming. A social continuum of urban agriculture: 19th-century Oudenaarde and Kortrijk, Belgium
  • Wouter Ryckbosch (VUB) and Wout Saelens (UAntwerpen)Industrialisation and the 'energy revolutions' in Flanders and Holland: the energy regimes of Leiden and Ghent compared, 1600-1850

Monday 30 October 2017

  • Esther Beeckaert (VUB)Growing social spending. The funding of poor relief in Flemish village communities during the crisis of the 1840s, a comparative analysis

Monday 13 November 2017

  • Matthijs Degraeve (VUB) and Jelena Dobbels (VUB)Spatial strategies of general contractors in the construction industry. An analysis of the industrial sites of the Louis De Waele enterprise in Brussels (1866-1988)
  • Heidi Deneweth (VUB)Rebuilding and renovating early modern Leiden. Opportunities and risks for the building trades

Monday 27 November 2017

  • Aniek SmitComparing the Belgian and Dutch (post-)colonial migration circuit 
  • Vitaly Volkov (VUB)Mobility policy in Antwerp, 1965-1985

Monday 11 December 2017

  • Kaat Capelle (Metajuridica, VUB)The ‘constrained’ or ‘self-limiting patriarchy’. Wives, household authority and law in sixteenth-century Antwerp 
  • Janna Everaert (VUB)Political Elites and the Mastery over Urban Space in Late Medieval Antwerp