European Social Science History Conference, 13-16 April 2010, Ghent, Belgium
The session Gender and Crime in Early Modern Europe: patterns and explanations intends to discuss broader explanations for patterns in gender and crime from the late medieval to the modern period. We want to present both new research of young scholars and findings of well established scholars to stimulate the debate. The European Social Science History Conference gives scholars from various disciplines an excellent opportunity to discuss broader issues, such as changing patterns in gender and crime from the early modern to the modern period.
Please send your abstract of approximately 200 words by April 15 2009 via e-mail to: session organizer Manon van der Heijden (Leiden University, the Netherlands): m.p.c.van.der.heijden#hum.leidenuniv.nl
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Dr. Manon van der Heijden
Faculty of Humanities, History Department
2300 RA Leiden
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