Dr Laura Gowing, ‘Gender, Custom and the City: Female Apprentices in Late Seventeenth-Century London’, Birkbeck, 24 May

 

We are delighted to invite you to our next event a talk on Friday 24 May, by Dr Laura Gowing, ‘Gender, Custom and the City: Female Apprentices in Late Seventeenth-Century London’

The talk will take place in Birkbeck Malet Street building room 152 at 6.30 and will be followed by refreshments. The charge for this event is: members free (membership £7), non-members £4, donations welcome.

Dr Laura Gowing is a Reader in early Modern History at King’s College London. Her research interests include Early modern England; women, gender, the body, sexuality; crime, disorder; London.

And after this there will be one event left for this academic year:

Thursday 6 June, June: Prof. Lyndal Roper, ‘Love, Anger and Envy: Emotions and the Early Reformation’, room tbc, followed by our end of year party.

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