Bob will give a talk with the title Gender en mobiliteit. Vrouwen en mannen in de straten van vroegmodern Amsterdam (Gender and Mobility, Women and Men in the Streets of Early Modern Amsterdam) as part of the society’s annual congress. This year, the theme is ‘Perspectives on gender in the early modern period’ and the whole program is certainly worth taking a look at.
Members of the Freedom of the Streets Project are organizing two sessions at the biannual conference of the European Association for Urban History, held 2-5 September 2020 in Antwerp. The deadline for submission through EAUH’s website is 27 October. For more information on the two sessions, click below on one of the links:
Danielle will give a presentation entitled ‘'Work, space and gender in the early modern city’' at the worlshopWorking Women in Pre-Industrial Europe. Perspectives on the Gendering of Urban Labour Markets. The conference will take place at the KU Leuven. For more info click here.
Antonia will give the keynote at the international ENCOUNTER conference on castles and countryhouses, together with Erik de Jong. Their talk is entitled ‘'The city a garden, the garden a city: shifting perspectives on city and countryside”. For the program and the abstract click here.