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Centre for Metropolitan History, (1997)
Languages: English
Types: Book
Subjects: HIS
The Centre produces a short report each year covering its activities. This is the report for 1 August 1996 - 30 November 1997.
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    • C.M. BARRON, M.A., Ph.D., Reader in History of London, Royal Holloway, University of London (from 1 August 1997)
    • I.S. BLACK, B.A., Ph.D., Lecturer in Human Geography, Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Eucation (from 1 August 1997)
    • S. FREETH, B.A., D.A.A., Keeper of Manuscripts, Guildhall Library (from 1 August 1997)
    • E. GREEN, B.A., Archivist, Midland Bank plc (to 31 July 1997)
    • V.A. HARDING, M.A., Ph.D., Lecturer in London History, Birkbeck College (to 31 July 1997)
    • S.R. PALMER, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Senior Lecturer, Queen Mary and Westfield College (to 31 July 1997)
    • December 1996; 'A metropolis and its state', at the University of Durham History Seminar,
    • February 1997; 'Long-term considerations in the development of London, A.D. 600-
    • 1900', at the Symposium on Health, Mortality and Environment, Stockholm,
    • March 1997; 'The work of the Centre for Metropolitan History', at the Early Modern
    • History Seminar, Cambridge, April 1997; 'Business districts in the long-run, 1300-1870', at the 'Business space in
    • the city of London' Study Day, CMH, June 1997; 'Thirteenth-century revolutions in civic record-keeping: lost and surviving
    • London, June 1997; 'Metropolitan values. Migration, mobility, and cultural norms: London,
    • 1300-1700', at the International Conference on the Standardisation of English,
    • University of Cambridge, July 1997; 'Introduction: the City of London and its Bridge', at the Metropolitan
    • River Crossings Conference, London, July 1997; 'Guilds in English towns, A.D. 1000-1500', at the International Workshop
    • China' Tsinghua University, Beijing, July 1997; 'Wardrobes in the City: houses of consumption, finance, and power', at
    • the Thirteenth-century England Conference, Durham, September 1997; 'The metropolitan phenomenon: England and Japan compared', Anglo-
    • Japanese Conference of Historians, Keio University, Tokyo, September 1997; 'Reconstructing medieval London', at the Seminar on Comparative Urban
    • History, Waseda University, Tokyo, September 1997.
    • Bill Luckin, Graham Mooney and Andrea Tanner: 'Mortality in the metropolis, 1860-1920', at the Metropolitan History Seminar, IHR, March 1997; 'Patient pathways: solving the problem of institutional mortality in late nineteenth-century London', at the Annual Conference of the British Society for Population Studies, Exeter, September 1997.
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