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Social Sites – Öffentliche Räume – Lieux d’échanges 1300-1800

An Academic Network of Historians
at the Universities of Dresden, Paris I and Warwick

[PROJECT COMPLETED]
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A seventeenth-century tavern scene [from the Roxburgh Ballads]
 

The international network 'Social Sites - Öffentliche Räume - Lieux d'échanges 1300-1800' was established among members from the Universities of Dresden, Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne and Warwick in March 2003 and supported by an 'Academic Collaboration' grant from the Leverhulme Trust (April 2005 to March 2008). This initiative investigated perceptions of space in premodern Europe, with reference both to contemporary awareness and modern theoretical approaches.
 
PLEASE NOTE THAT FUNDED NETWORK ACTIVITIES HAVE NOW BEEN COMPLETED AND THAT THIS SITE IS NO LONGER MAINTAINED. BASIC PROJECT INFORMATION REMAINS AVAILABLE BUT WEBLINKS ETC MAY NO LONGER BE OPERATIONAL.
 
The University of Warwick was represented by Dr Beat Kümin (Department of History) and history postgraduates / network facilitators Tobias Hug and James Brown.


The (shortened) address of this webpage is http://go.warwick.ac.uk/socialsites

Contact, Information & Webmaster
Beat Kümin (e-mail)
 

Network Publications (New: Proceedings of 3rd Workshop)

Workshop III:
Economic Space 2007
Programme
Conference Report (French)
Conference Report (Italian)

Workshop II:
Religious Space 2006

Workshop I:
Political Space 2005