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The Economy of Death in Metropolitan Europe (16th-19th centuries), table ronde internationale, Londres 25 mai 2018

The Economy of Death in Metropolitan Europe (16th-19th centuries): sources, methodologies, and research experiences.

Table ronde internationale organisée par Diego Carnevale (Birkbeck, University of London & Marie Curie Fellow) et Vanessa Harding (Birkbeck, University of London).

25 mai 2018

Birkbeck, University of London

30, Russell Square, London

Room 102 (réservation nécessaire à ce contact)


10:00 : Accueil des participants

10:30: Diego Carnevale, Vanessa Harding — Introduction

11:00 : Mark Jenner (University of York) — Transient Print and the (Im)prints of Human Transience

11:30 : Jeremy Boulton (Newcastle University) —The economics of failure? Pauper burial in London and Westminster, 1747-1843

12:00 : Discussion

12:30 : Lunch

13:30 : Anne Carol (Aix-Marseille Université) —How much for eternity? Embalming and Economy of Death in France, 19th century

14:00 : Stéphanie Sauget (Université de Tours) — The Parisian coffin market in the 19th century. Sources and actors

14:30 : Discussion

15:00 : Coffee Break

15:30 : Conclusions

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