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Mobility in History Working Group - Second Reading Session

Dates:
  • Mon 30 Nov 2020 11.00 - 13.00
  Add to Calendar 2020-11-30 11:00 2020-11-30 13:00 Europe/Paris Mobility in History Working Group - Second Reading Session

You are warmly invited to the second reading group meeting of the Mobility in History Working Group. For this session we decided to engage with a different kind of mobility than previously discussed: social mobility. This will allow us to consider to what extent non-physical mobility is important when talking about mobility in general. We will discuss two readings that give an overview on social mobility during the Middle Ages, and on social mobility in England, between 1500 and 1700. This will hopefully allow provide a good starting point to discuss social mobility more broadly, and how this type of mobility fits with the discussions we have enjoyed so far. Ludwig Pelzl, 3rd year researcher in the HEC Department, has kindly offered to join us and kick off the session. The readings are:

  • Sandro Carocci, Social mobility and the Middle Ages, Continuity and Change 26 (3), 2011, 367–404.
  • Lawrence Stone, Social Mobility in England, 1500-1700, Past & Present , No. 33 (April, 1966), pp. 16-55.

We are also very happy to welcome everyone who could not attend our first meetings but is still interested in joining us!

Please do not hesitate to get in touch with Daniel Banks or Friedrich Ammermann to get the ZOOM link and if you have any questions. Please also feel free to subscribe to our discussion group if you want to follow all the events and activities of the working group: https://tempopedia.org/groups/mobility-eui/.

the coordinators (Daniel, Friedrich and Sebastian)

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You are warmly invited to the second reading group meeting of the Mobility in History Working Group. For this session we decided to engage with a different kind of mobility than previously discussed: social mobility. This will allow us to consider to what extent non-physical mobility is important when talking about mobility in general. We will discuss two readings that give an overview on social mobility during the Middle Ages, and on social mobility in England, between 1500 and 1700. This will hopefully allow provide a good starting point to discuss social mobility more broadly, and how this type of mobility fits with the discussions we have enjoyed so far. Ludwig Pelzl, 3rd year researcher in the HEC Department, has kindly offered to join us and kick off the session. The readings are:

  • Sandro Carocci, Social mobility and the Middle Ages, Continuity and Change 26 (3), 2011, 367–404.
  • Lawrence Stone, Social Mobility in England, 1500-1700, Past & Present , No. 33 (April, 1966), pp. 16-55.

We are also very happy to welcome everyone who could not attend our first meetings but is still interested in joining us!

Please do not hesitate to get in touch with Daniel Banks or Friedrich Ammermann to get the ZOOM link and if you have any questions. Please also feel free to subscribe to our discussion group if you want to follow all the events and activities of the working group: https://tempopedia.org/groups/mobility-eui/.

the coordinators (Daniel, Friedrich and Sebastian)


Location:
via ZOOM -

Affiliation:
Department of History and Civilization

Type:
Working group

Contact:
Friedrich Ammermann - Send a mail

Organiser:
Friedrich Ammermann
Daniel Forrest Banks (EUI)
Sebastian Majstorovic

Attachment:
Stone_Social Mobility in England, 1500-1700_1966-1.pdf
Carocci_Social Mobility and the Middle Ages_2011-1.pdf

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