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Economic and Social History Seminars

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This list compiles information on the different seminars in Economic and Social History (ESH) at Cambridge (Medieval ESH , Early Modern ESH , Modern ESH , Quantitative History, Financial History, History and Economics, and the Cambridge Group for the History of Population and Social Structure Seminar).

Times and venues vary: for lunchtimes there is usually a sandwich lunch provided, and evening seminars are followed by drinks and dinner at a local restaurant.

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If you have a question about this list, please contact: lmws2; Dr AM Price; Amy Erickson; Jenny Bishop. If you have a question about a specific talk, click on that talk to find its organiser.

12 upcoming talks and 600 talks in the archive: show first 500.

Quantitative History Seminar

The Social Origins of Democracy and Authoritarianism Reconsidered: Prussia and Sweden in Comparison

UserErik Bengtsson (Lund University), co-authored with Felix Kersting (Humboldt University of Berlin).

HouseRoom 5 (Faculty of History) and on Zoom.

ClockWednesday 24 April 2024, 13:15-14:45

Quantitative History Seminar

Income Inequality in Imperial Austria, 1911

UserMichael Pammer (Johannes Kepler University Linz).

HouseRoom 5 (Faculty of History) and on Zoom.

ClockWednesday 08 May 2024, 13:15-14:45

Quantitative History Seminar

Regional Variation of GDP per Head within China, 1080-1850: Implications for the Great Divergence Debate

UserStephen Broadberry (Oxford University), co-authored with Hanhui Guan (Peking University).

HouseRoom 5 (Faculty of History) and on Zoom.

ClockWednesday 22 May 2024, 13:15-14:45

Early Modern Economic and Social History Seminars

The intoxicant economy in early modern England

UserPhil Withington, University of Sheffield.

HouseHistory Faculty Room 11.

ClockThursday 23 May 2024, 17:00-19:00

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