Digital lecture Dr. Michael Depreter, 'State Development, Merchant Diplomacy, and the Emergence of Lobbying in the late medieval Low Countries (14th-16th centuries). The Case of Flemish Interests in England'

When
09-04-2021 from 16:00 to 17:00
Where
Digital: MS Teams
Language
English
Organizer
Stefan Meysman
Contact
Stefan.Meysman@UGent.be

Digital medieval urban history lecture by Dr. Michael Depreter (University of Oxford)

Friday April 9th 2021 (4pm CET), we welcome Dr. Michael Depreter (University of Oxford, UK). He will present a paper entitled 'State Development, Merchant Diplomacy, and the Emergence of Lobbying in the late medieval Low Countries (14th-16th centuries). The Case of Flemish Interests in England'.

Dr. Depreter is currently a postdoctoral fellow and tutor at the University of Oxford (Harris Manchester College). He is a specialist of 14th-16th century politics, especially state-building processes that shaped Western European polities.

The digital lectures are organized and hosted every fortnight by Somewhere beyond the Sea, the Belgo-British Research Network. To register, get in touch with Stefan.Meysman@UGent.be or DM your email address @MedievalUGent on Twitter.