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The Lessons of Dispossession: Lost Property in the Long Eighteenth Century

Location
Arts Lecture Room 1
Category
Arts and Law, Lectures Talks and Workshops
Dates
Wednesday 14th November 2018 (16:15-18:15)
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Speaker: Dr Kate Smith (Birmingham) 

Kate will present from her current project Absent Objects: Lost Property in the Long Eighteenth Century. This examines material loss – particularly the impact of loss on relationships between people and their property – as an important and neglected aspect of everyday life and practice in eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century urban Britain.

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