Rebecca Earle (Warwick University)

Wednesday 11 November 2015, 11-12.30pm, Paul Hirst Room (102), 10 Gower Street, Birkbeck, University of London, London WC1E 6HJ

Prof Rebecca Earle is a cultural historian of Spanish America and early modern Europe at Warwick University. She is interested in how ordinary, every-day cultural practices such as eating or dressing, or using stamps, or reading poems, shapes how we think about the world.

This event is organized by the Birkbeck Institute for Social Research – Birkbeck Food Group in collaboration with CILAVS.

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