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2019

Maandag 18 februari 2019

  • Oscar Gelderblom (Universiteit Utrecht) en Joost Jonker (UvA-IISH), ‘Growing apart together. Patterns of private debt in the Northern and Southern Low Countries, 1500-1780’

Maandag 4 maart 2019

  • Jelten Baguet (VUB), 'Urban patriciate or open elite? The ruling class of sixteenth-century Ghent
  • Wout Saelens (VUB), ‘Energy and economy in eighteenth-century Ghent. A view from the consumer side.’

Maandag 18 maart 2019

  • Kaat Capelle (VUB), 'Familiale structuren in testamenten'
  • Peter Solar (Vesalius College) & Liam Kennedy (Queen's University Belfast), 'The famine that wasn't? 1799-1801 in Ireland'

Maandag 1 april 2019

  • Anne Winter (VUB) and Hilde Greefs (UA), ‘The democratization of long-distance migration? Foreign newcomers to Antwerp, 1850-1910’

Maandag 6 mei 2019

  • Anke Verbeke (VUB), 'Last days. Social networks and formal care provisions at the deathbed of urban elderly in Ghent, Brussels and Antwerp, 1797'

Maandag 20 mei 2019

  • Tine De Moor (Universiteit Utrecht), 'Shared patterns in long-term dynamics of commons institutions’
  • Matthijs Degraeve (VUB), 'Urban industrial districts on the move. Locational patterns of housebuilders in Brussels (1830-1970)'

Maandag 3 juni 2019

  • Arie Van Steensel (RUG), 'Social and Economic Governance in Late Medieval Leiden'
  • Anne Winter (VUB) and Wouter Ryckbosch (VUB), ‘Stedelijke nijverheden en ambachten in 18de-eeuws Vlaanderen & Brabant: Een verkenning aan de hand van de Oostenrijkse enquêtes’

Maandag 24 june 2019

  • Gijs Dreijer (VUB), ‘Southern European merchants before the Great Council (1511-1542): a case study of maritime transport’

Maandag 23 september 2019  

  • Esther Beeckaert (UGent-VUB), ‘How common were the commons? The distribution of land rights and economic inequality in the Belgian Ardennes in the second half of the eighteenth century’

Monday 21 oktober 2019   

  • Dennis De Vriese (VUB), ‘Eating apart together? Commensal relationships and social inequality aboard Ostend Company ships (1722-1731)’
  • Ruben Peeters (Universiteit Utrecht), ‘The rise, persistence, and decline of the golden age of Dutch SME finance, 1945-1980’

Maandag 4 November 2019    

  • Amaury de Vicq (UU) & Christian Van Bochove (RU Nijmegen)

Maandag 25 november 2019  

  • David Briscoe (Trinity College Dublin), ‘Constructing Poverty in Appeals for Assistance in Revolutionary Bordeaux’
  • Robin Philips (Universiteit Utrecht-IISG) & Wouter Ronsijn (UGent-VUB), ‘A tale of two transitions: the effect of proto-industrialization on modern industrialization in 19th-century Flanders and Eastern Netherlands’

Maandag 9 december 2019  

  • Matthijs Degraeve (VUB), ‘Social Inequality in Urban Middling Groups: Brussels’ City Builders ca. 1865’
  • Thijs Lambrecht (UGent), ‘The Emerge and Development of Labour Legislation in the Low Countries c.1350-c.1600’