Research Master students are invited to participate in the second Posthumus course in Globel Economic and Social History of this acadamic year. We ask all professors in Economic and Social History to encourage their ResMA students to participate in this course. 'Keys to the Treasure Trove. Methods and Sources in Economic and Social History' will be taught at Leiden University during the second semester (starting February 2014). REGISTER NOW!
Do not forget to write this in your agenda: our next annual Posthumus Conference will be held at the Fryske Akademy in Leeuwarden / Ljouwert, 5-6 June 2014.
On 10 December 2013, Jane Humphries, professor of Economic History and fellow at Oxford University, will give a lecture on her (and Jacob Weisdorf's) paper: 'How much did English Women earn in the past? Female wages from before the Black Death through the Industrial Revolution'. This lecture is organised by the department of Rural and Environmental History of Wageningen University. Venue: Leeuwenborch, building number 201, Wageningen. Time: 12.30 - 14.00 hours.