The Queen’s Resources: Examining the Lands, Revenues, Networks, and Economic Power of Premodern Royal Women

Date / time
4 September - 6 September, 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm


The Queen’s Resources: Examining the Lands, Revenues, Networks, and Economic Power of Premodern Royal Women

 

Call for Papers, deadline – 25 April 2022

This conference, to be held at the University of Winchester on 4-6 September 2022 in hybrid form (in person or remote participation), seeks to examine the economic agency and activity of royal women across premodern Europe.

This event is linked to the ‘Examining the Resources and Revenues of Royal Women in Premodern Europe’ project (https://www.queensresources.org/) and seeks to provide both a venue for project participants to present their research and invite scholars working on related topics who may be interested in joining later phases of this developing initiative.

The conference will both bring together the themes of previous workshops on lands, resources, affinities and administration and cover other areas related to the financial practices of royal women. The conference will also include a workshop where participants will work together to map the next phase of the project and develop an application for funding for future plans for collaborative research.

For more information on this event, please visit: https://www.queensresources.org/post/cfp-the-queen-s-resources

 

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