Daily living in English vernacular houses 1500-1800

This upcoming talk on the daily life of English houses in the early modern period may be of interest to curators and museum staff and is free to attend for all.

Professor Matthew Johnson teaches in the Anthropology Department at Northwestern University, and was formerly Professor of Archaeology at the University of Southampton.  He is one of the world’s leading experts on the history of material culture and interdisciplinary archaeology.  His many books include:  Ideas of Landscape (2006), Behind the Castle Gate: From Medieval to Renaissance (2002) and An Archaeology of Capitalism (1996)

This seminar is part of the Uses of Space in Early Modern History series, funded by the LSE Annual Fund.

Thursday 10th November, 6pm

LSE, London, New Academic Building, Room 2.14



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