Date / time
8 July - 11 July, 12:00 am
The next Medieval and Economic history seminar, the 12th of the series, will be held at Stirling over the second weekend of July 2016.
The theme for the symposium will be ‘Medieval Government and the Economy’ with Christine Carpenter as symposium chair. The symposium panellists will be Martin Allen, Chris Briggs, Nick Mayhew, Tony Moore, and Buchanan Sharp, and their papers will cover such topics as the money supply, local courts, governmental response to crisis, and war and taxation. As well as the symposium there will six plenary sessions, with papers by Mark Bailey, Alex Brown, Elizabeth Gemmill, Maryanne Kowaleski, Rebecca Oates, and Richard Oram, as well as the usual Sunday afternoon trip.
For further details please contact the conference organiser, Professor Phillipp Schofield at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can book directly at http://shop.aber.ac.uk/browse/product.asp?compid=1&modid=1&catid=151